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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Board to tour schools 1I7I-THE LITHMIOOI Low truck bid accepted TABER The an- nual tour by trustees of the schools in the Taber School Division has been scheduled for late November. The tours have been successful in acquainting trustees with the physical con- dition and needs of the various school and in Grazing leases hear end TABER Cultiva- tion and grazing leases on town-owned land expiring at the year-end will be up for renewal by tender. In setting the town council directed that all 'lessees be notified of the new procedure. Leases are now renewed on an annual basis unless previous agreements determine otherwise. providing opportunity to dis- cuss budget priorities with the principals and to meet the teachers. -The Chamberlain Barnwell and L. T. Westlake schools will be visited Nov. 27. The following day Enchant and the two schools at Vauxhall will be toured. Nov. the trustees will- visit Dr. Central and W. R. Myers schools in Taber. Boy Scouts Girl Guides OF CANADA SOUTHERN ALBERTA REGION CHINOOK AREA STORES FULL LINE OF SUPPLIES BADGES UNIFORMS PUBLICATIONS GIFT ITEMS 217 12th StrMt 'A' SCOUT GUIDE SUPPLY CENTRE HOURS MONDAY THRU FRIDAY SCOUTS 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. GUIDES 1 to 5 p.m. Phone 327-4647 Phone 328-0733 TABER The lowest of two leaders for the supply of two pick-up trucks has been accepted recently by town and Wallace McDdnald Sons wilLJufely the Chevrolet units at a price of 16.780 with no trade In of used Perdue Motors Ltd. offered CMC trucks for oa a cash basis. With the prices were for McDonald's and for Perdue's. Poultry executive named TABER Nick operator of Leth's Turkey Farm six miles south of Taber. has been named a director of the Southern Alberta Poultry Council for 1973 and 1.974. Art Layfield of Lethbridge has been named president. Coaldale is vice-president and Wendy Fry of Lethbridge is the new secretary-treasurer'. Other directors are Bill Bartel and Ralph Karsten of Ralph Arend tagemaat and Walter of Eli Walter of and Leo Donahue of Fort Macleod. Wind-blown Wind in the Cardston area caused dam- age when it tossed two pound granaries around the K and D Im- plements yard. Airport runway termed excellent Built by Nu-Mode Homes Ltd. 125 Park Meadows Blvd. Phono 328-8476 Open November 4th Until November 2-5 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. Daily 2 Bedroom Semi Detached 4 Level Split FULL PRICE Down Payment CONTACT US FOR INFORMATION ON ASSISTED HOME OWNERSHIP Nu-Mode Sales Representative Garry Nagel 327-0287 1277- 3rd Ave.S. Realty 328-8011 Bob S.pcford 32B-BM1 TABER Ministry ol Transport officials from Edmonton were in Taber recently on official business which included approval and acceptance of the airport construction. After landing their light plane on the paved the officials indicated the con- dition of the strip was but the landing field was a bit hard to locate. Signing the papers 'at the airport wer'e Don W. C. Kehoe. and R. R. Hunter for MOT. and for the town secretary-treasurer Thomas Anton and Industrial Co- ordinator Roscoe Gibb. Acceptance of the construc- tion by MOT indicates that the government grant of will be paid on submission of a lisl of and now authorizes the town to apply for an airport license. Christmas project under way NEW DAYTON Mrs Stewart Mrs. Del Fuller and Mrs. Forest Greeno are in charge of the community Christmas program. Christmas treat bags will be filled by Mrs. Lawrence Kaupp. Mrs. Joseph Schoen and Mrs. Howard Kaupp. Mrs. Victor Kaupp will erect the community Christmas card. Proceeds will be given to the Canadian Men- tal Health Association. Yes The Bugs Are Out of Color TV You Have The Right Color TV is perfected these obediant as a busfull of boy and as much fun. But the most expensive set made only works fight if a pro installs it. Professional Color TV service started at Smith's Color TV. Ourvstaff cannot-only lift a they out wit it with their professional know-how. Point to the position in your home where you want your beautiful Zenith Color and we'll ease it into its new surroundings with such aplomb it will _soon be out- coloring the rainbow. GIANT SCREEN Brilliant Color One Button Color Over solid-state Smith's Color TV and Appliances 236 13th St. N. 328-5541 Smartly styled Modem lowboy console. Qenulne oil finished Walnut veneers lop and ends. Front ind legs of richly- grained simulated wood material. Titan 101 Chassis. Solid-State Super Video Range Tuning System. AFC. Illuminated Channel Numbers. CLOSED MONDAYS Open and Fri. Till 9 Yet to be completed at the airport is grassing the sides of the taxi-way and parking and the painting of runway numbers 05 and 23 and centreline markings. The airport administration committee.. with the 'co- operation of is now planning a small building in which to house telephone and aircraft the provi- si.ojo.-of radio-operated landing -lighting for night and the necessary power services which will allow for installa- tion of fuel pumps. DUNLOP FORD Salesman of the Month Mr. Lyndon Potter'.'General Sales Manager 'of- Dunlop is pleased announce that Denny KJeldgaard is the Dunlop Ford Salesman for the month of September. Denny is to be-con- his line efforts In at- taining this prestigious achieve- ment in the Sato of Ford quality new cars and trucks. Denny extends his thanks to all who helped make this achieve- ment possible Danny KJeldgaard DUNLOP FORD COR. 16th AVE. AND M.M. DRIVE SOUTH ;