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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta To tour Europe Miss Yvonne Mclvor, Taber recreation director for the past two years, has decided to travel throughout Europe. She organized and coached a girls hockey team. Recreation superintendent Roy Blais presented Miss Mclvor with a travelling bag from her many friends at a recent staff party. Golf lessons offered PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) Beginner's golf lessons are be- ing offered by the Oldman River northern district recreea- tion board to residents within INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS ft AUTO FIRE ROSS1TER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABLISHED 1911 Lower Floor 517 4th Ave. S. Phone 327-1541 the boundaries of the County of Lethbridge. Four one-half-hour lessons will be offered, beginnning at p.m. The lessons will take place Tuesday evenings at Nobleford and Thursday evenings at Pic- ture Butte. For further information, con- tact the recreation office, 732- 4774. Beauty Salon 503 7th St. S. PHONE 328-0197 CONDITIONER THE BEST MONEY CAN BUY... from S1099 For normal installation Btuh NOW WITH EXTRA RELIABILITY Solid state control system monitors every critical circuit. Shuts down compressor before damage is done. Compressor motor runs cooler because of big coil surface, lasts longer. Crankcase heater, refrigerant accumulator, brass service valves all add to expected life of your equipment. Call Today For A Free Estimate Breathes Easier All Year Round With ELECTRIC CHINOOK MAKERS Tax burden eased PINCHEB CREEK (Special) Residents of Pincher Creek will receive some tax relief this year as the tax rate has been reduced from 85 to 83 miles. A breakdown of the structure is 50.32 for municipal; 24.38 for school foundation and 8.30 for school supplementary. Public and separate schools will have the same mill rate. For the past three years the separate school rate has been one mill higher. A new bridge wiE be built on Bridge Avenue. The engineering firm of Underwood, McLellan and Associates has recom- mended an 85-foot structure, uncil Iwk lulu ilie fea- sibility of a shorter and less costly bridge. Erosion of the creek bank on the south side near the Water- ton Ave. bridge is being at- tended to. New sidewalks have been in- stalled in the business area of town and the old have been used to shore up the bank. The government share of the cost will be for creek bank erosion control. After a discussion on the price being charged to pur- chase a Town owned residential lot a resolution was passed that the price per foot on lots be in- creased from to for lots without sidewalks and from to Saturday, May 19, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGB HERALD Champs Coleman Eaglet all-girl hockey team won the re- cent Taber tournament, de- feating teams from Medi- cine Hat, Bow Island, Fort Macleod, Bellevue, Cal- gary and Taber. Front row, from left, Debbie Morkosky, Dixie Trotz, Judy Evans, Glenda Cur- tiss and Shannon Cunning- ham. Middle row, from left, Marianne Hummel, Joanne Graf, Kim Larose, Tammy S y g u t e k and Brervda Baher. Back row, Caroline Wavrecan, Dianne Raffan, Susan Macleod, Debbie Duncan, Patty Mer- oniuk and coach Doug Raffan. Debate set TABER (HNS) Night shopping in Taber will be de- bated by Taber Business- men's Association members in a general supper meeting called for June 12 at the Ta- ber Cafe. Fewer teacherr concerns parents IRON SPRINGS (HNS) The Iron Springs Home and School Association met recent- ly to discuss changes which are taking place within the Lethbridge County 26 in regard to reduction of staff in smaller communities. The Iron Springs and Turin communities are among those likely to be affected. Another meeting was held in the Huntsville School and fur- ther discussion took place re- garding the feasibility of com- bining the Huntsville and Turin schools. Of concern to people through- out the community is the necessity of having facilities available for a community cen- tre. The Huntsville School has had much use in this respect through the years. Trial date set for June 18 on trespass, assault charges 1709 2nd Ave. S. Ph. 328-5973 FORT MACLEOD Trial has been set for a.m. Monday, June 18, in the court house here for a Willow Creek municipality councillor and three others charged with trespassing. Councillor John S. Zoete- man, Herman Emimelkamp, Bram Vandervalk and Marvin Vandervalk, all of the Fort Macleod area, pleaded not guilty yesterday to charges of trespassing. Marvin Vandervalk also pleaded not guilty to a charge of assault. This was alleged to have taken place March 31 at the Mrs. Jane Whipple Golden Valley Ranch five miles north of here. The trespass charges also arose after an alleged incident March 31 at the ranch. Mrs. Whipple had earlier posted "no trespassing" signs on a well on her property. Prior to that the North Mac- leod Water Haulers Co-opera- tive had used the well, built during the Second World War by the department of defence. A FUN MACHINE ATA For the young at heart, here's a great new Honda the CD175-T4... a rugged, light sporls-tourer with firecracker get- Totally new styling, with Honda's famous 4-stroke, smoke-free engine and, we believe, the best warranties in the business! It's beautifully packaged at an amazingly affordable price. And, remember, when you buy Honda, there's nearby parts and service wherever you go! See it at your Honda dealer, now! Yes! You can handle a Hon CD 175 DISTRIBUTED BY: CLARKE SIMPKINS HONDA 760 Alderbridge Way, Richmond. B.C. n Taber storm sewer another 6pipe dream' r TABER (HNS) Tabers proposed storm sewer system for the business district went "down the drain" at a recent meeting of town council. The project was tabled in- definitely. Council received a cost esti- mate from Reid, Crowther and Partners, engineering consul- tants, which placed a figure of for the system. It would carry surface water underground to 56th Ave.. then by open ditch to the Taber Lake reservoir. Work in the business district would cost Council agreed the total cost was beyond present means even with some available under a recently announced provincial government p r o- gram to assist urban munici- palities in street improvement. The grant is based on and per capita which would add up to the Work is now to proceed (as soon as drawings have been approved by the local author- ities board) on the replacement of water mains downtown. It had been hoped that storm sewers could also be laid in the same area prior to repaving. now set for 1974. Mayor Arthur H. Avery was authorized to obtain approval of the water system drawingi at Edmonton at an early date. Council also considered a "winter capital projects fund" program for the coming years. Under this, grants are avail- able for full labor costs in win- ter and half of labor costs in summer months. A committee com prising Mayor Avery, secretary-trea- surer Tom Anton and counillor Mrs. Helen Wentz will set up a proposed program. It will in- clude the water line replace- ment, replacement and rerout- ing of the sewer outfall line, street paying and construction of a third water storage reservoir. SAND GRAVEL ASPHALT TOLLESTRUP SAND AND GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. PHONE 328-2702-327-3610 QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furniture Bldg. PHONE 328-7684 attention i with senior niatnculanon standing This bursary ensures graduates a job! It covers a 2 year program of University training designed to help students obtain Diplomas as Dental Hygienists and Certificates as Dental Auxiliaries INCLUDES allowance pet month while in training Full tuition fee paid "Textbook allowance expenses as required for field woik LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE SALES SERVICE 1117 2nd Ave. S. Phono 327-8889 IMMMHH Southern largest and Most CHARGEX Progressive Motorcycle Dealer Send Now For Full Details To DIRECTOR OF DENTAL SERVICES Health and Social Development Administration Bldg 109 St. 98 Ave. Edmonton, Alberta. T5K OC8 NAME......... ADDRESS POSTAL CODE. HFALTH AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT GEORGE ROBINSON ESTATE FARM MACHINERY AND LIVESTOCK AUCTION TERMS: CASH "JNCH SERVED 2 Miles West of GRANUM JUNCTION on Calgary High- way, then 2 Miles North and 3 Miles West. JUNE 1 a.m. NO RESERVE TRUCKS I.H.C. 3 ton A-160 series, model BD 240, Serial No. 5679C, grain box, hoist and stock racks, new motor. 1965 Chev ton, new 6 cyT. motor, 3 speed std., new tiret, stock racks. TRACTORS Case 830 tractor, Caseomatic drive, cab, PTO, hyd. A-C A.C gas tractor, front end loader, bale LIVESTOCK of Hereford yearling heifers, replacement quality, of Blood Limousin yearling heifers. 20-Head Hereford stock cows with calves at foot. MACHINERY Kirchner automatic bale wagon, pull type, used only one season, 70 bale capacity. No. 7213; Owatonna 160 model 117 grain mixer Hay cutter and grain grinder combo, liko new, PTO drive. I.H.C. model 150 12' hoe drill with Kirshman fertilizer attachment; M.F. 12' pull type swather, with doubla swath attachment; J.D. 12' No. 500 rod weeder; Jeoffroy 12' cultivator, with rod weeder attachment; M.F. No. 12 PTO Boler; M.F. PTO mower, draw bar mount; J.D. 12' discer; Noble 3 sections diamond harrows; M.H. Super 27 combine; Diamond chaff saver; Cockshutf SP 137 combine, good for scrap; Pollard wheel rake; A-C round baler; Weed sprayer, tank PTO pump, booms 30', M.H. ground drive manure spreader. MISCELLANEOUS AND SHOP EQUIP. Cattle oiler, cattle squeeze, low boy wagon, farm wagon, wetmore hammermill, Renn front end mount post driver, grain auger with trsp., bale elevator, propane bottle and branding torch, B D drill, post drill, 3 hydraulic rams, vet supplies, benzomatic propane torch, Thompson 230 amp welder com- plete with mask, electric cream separator, anvil, 3 fire ex- tinguishers, jigsaw. Hardy US spraye- with pump, blacksmith forge, skill saw, windmill (to be calf puller, hy- draulic jack, Shop Tools socket and wrench sets, grease guns, battery charger, new 12v battery, saws, hammers, ear protectors, large tack feeders, fencing equip- ment and supplies. HOUSEHOLD AND ANTIQUES Camp stove, picnic cooler, beds, electric hor 100' garden hose, crib and mattress, lawn mower, assorted anli- que jars, antique EZE wooden washing machine, corn plant- er, plough, old saddle, harness end homes. TANKS gal. singly comp furl lank gel. 2 comp. fuel tank SALE CONDUCTED BY Ken Hurlburt- 004041 Bob Dyck 062045 Brant Hurlburt 062044 Annett 062043 ;