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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald- District Taber School Division incumbents aclaimed November Taber meeting with cabinet pays dividends TABER Elected by acclamation to the Taber School Division were trustees Mrs Mary Cunningham for subdivision Taber and Marvin H Tome for subdivi- sion Grassy Lake Both will serve terms of one year only at which time all members of the board will face re-election under the new election regulations set down by the provincial government Division secretary- treasurer Richard M Greenaway was returning of- ficer for the school division VVWVVVVVWWVVWUVVVWVVVVVVVVVVWWVWV1 Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS-CIRCULATION-JOBPRINTING VERNON Resident Rep Town construction hits S million for year PUBLIC NOTICE A Very Important MEETING Will be Held at the CANADIAN WESTERN NATURAL GAS COMPANY AUDITORIUM Nov. 7 p.m. COUNTY OF LETHBRIDGE RATEPAYERS ASSOCIATION PERMANENT FIELD REPRESENTATIVE for WESTERN CANADIAN SEED PROCESSORS LTD. LOCATION Central Alberta QUALIFICATIONS- Agricultural and Sales experience necessary. Must be a self-starter REMUNERATION Salary plus plus car allowance Good automobile necessary Submit applications in complete with ref- erences and salary expected to WESTERN CANADIAN SEED PROCESSORS LTD. P.O. Box 99 Alberta Report your news to.... The Lethbndge Herald Correspondent in Your Area 754-3324 223-2252 STIRLING MRS.F.B.2AUQQ TABER ROSSQIBB TURIN MRS. PAUL JUHAR 731-4394 TYRELL'S LAKE MRS. HOWARD HAMLINQ M2-22M VAUXHALL SH-23M WARNER MRS.PtARLLIMELT M2-N10 SPARWOOD MRS. MOLLY LATKA 4H-M17 Contact theee people for your District f'tmtmmtnm J Or WMWWIIVD Oldsters' antics The Crowsnest Pass Senior Citizens Home was the scene this week of hilarity often thought to be re- served for the young. At the home Halloween Hardie Chnstensen ogles over a centrefold while Laddie Poch and Mary Tworowski bob for apples VERN DECOUX photos TABER Thirty- two building permits issued during October at the town of- frce amounting to worth of construction brought the 10-month total to 189.500. compared with for the same period last year Residential permits includ- ed 17 new houses valued at last year for a total to date of Two commercial permits at 200 brought the total in that category to Taber General Hospital renovations completed this year made up the in in- stitutional and there were two industrial permits at prepared Recreation head named for applying fertilizer Important guidelines for applying nitrogen fertilizer in the fall have been outlined by Doug soil specialist with the Alberta Plant In- dustry Division Ice machine purchase next project MAGRATH Purchase of an ice machine for Magrath Municipal Hospital will be the next pro- ject for the Hospital Aux- iliary Cost will be president Irene Grumnger in- formed the October meeting In other business Mrs Grumnger was appointed to attend the Calgary conven- tion A tea and raffle will be held Dec the Silver An- niversary of Magrath Hospital Auxiliary New officers elected were first Darlene second vice- president Lydia secretary Maxine Kraft Code system for accounts TABER A new municipal account coding system is to be presented by the Department of Municipal Affairs at information seminars in Lethbndge Nov 7 and 8 Both secretary-treasurer Tom Anton and assistant Larry Flexhaug will be attending the which begins at 10 a m The new accounting which will become effective for municipal governments in Alberta in designed to plug in to electronic data processing whenever com- puter accounting is adopted Police seek stolen- baler TABER Police Chief Gordon Hacking is seeking clues here on a stolen baler Valued at it was tow- ed away from a lot in the In- dustrial Park in East Taber A reward of has been offered for. information leading to the conviction of the person or persons respon- sible Chamber head to speak TABER Robert W Chap- president-elect of the Alberta Chamber of will speak at the annual banquet of the Taber Chamber of Commerce to be held in conjunction with the Taber Sugar Festival Nov IS to 17 The banquet and dance will be held Nov. 16 To insure the nitrogen is not used by application should be delayed until the fall where the delayed- seeding method of weed control is going to be used in the should not be fer- tilized in the fall. To avoid leaching losses on samjy a fertilizer that doesn't contain nitrate should be used and should be applied in the late fall Fall application of fertilizer reduces the spring work load and the prices are usually lower in the fall than in the spring A possibility of fer- tilizer shortage in 1974 is an added incentive NEW DAYTON Richard Duell has been elected chairman of the New Dayton Recreation Association Past-president is Forest Del Fuller and secretary- treasurer is Mrs Howard Kaupp Directors are Joseph Schoen Stewart Charles Cecil DePratu Leonard Hass and Mrs Victor Kaupp Badminton and table tennis are scheduled to start at the hall Nov 4 Otto Cronkhite and Mr Duell will arrange for equipment TABER The meeting here in September between provincial cabinet and members of the town council and the public is now paying dividends The town was advised Thursday that lighting for Highway 3 through Taber is now on the drawing board The question of lighting was raised by Mayor Arthur H Avery when the council met with the ministers Highways' chief engineer R H Cronkhite said that the highway lighting has been inspected by his and acknowledged current difiencies and those an- ticipated with the develop- ment of business south of the highway He of these circumstances in the Taber area we propose to extend il- lumination to cover the sec- lion between the north and south junctions of Highway 3 and Highway 36 and our engineers are advancing with the development of a lighting design and plan Mr Cronkhite also advised that because of the difficulty of obtaining fhe steel lighting standards the department is planning to program the work for 1974 The shppery-when-wet con- dition of IS miles of Highway 3 from Barnwell to raised in the public meeting here by H George has already drawn positive action A request to the department for highway signs directing traffic to the new municipal airport also received prompt response The six signs re- quested have been and will be erected as soon as received bv the Lethbndge district highways engineer More district page 29 BELCOURT FURS CO-OP LTD. 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