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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta -SolurtJay, October 51, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Prize money okayed TABER (HNS) Prise money totalling in eight events was approved for the 1973 Taber rodeo by the board of directors. The CRCA-approvcd two-day show has been arranged. Purses to be added to entry fees, along with entry fees for the approved events are: sad- dle bronc riding 5300 and 520; bareback bronc riding and bull riding and calf roping and slccr and wild cow milking and ama- teur bronc riding SIM and and women's barrel racing for two days, and Danvin H. Lund was named rodeo secretary; entries will close at 6 p.m. Saturday, May 19; and stock will be provided by Rosemary contractor Reg Kesler. The rodeo is slated for Sun- day and Monday, May 20 and 21, with the annual registered quarter horse show on the Saturday, May 19. Lund will head a dele gation to the CRCA annual meeting at the Calgary Inn Nov. 16 through 19, and a num- ber of rodeo association person- nel and partners will attend the SARC annual meeting and banquet to be held at Brooks Oct. 26. The rodeo ed the formation of the Taber Agricultural and Exhibition As- sociation to be organized at a meeting in the local community centre on Oct. 25 and authoriz- ed the payment of an ment of to finance the or ganization during its initial es tablishment. The association also pledged its full support lo the southern Alberta application for the 197.. Canada winter games to be held at Lethbridge and othe; district centres. Lundbrcck water study ordered by MD council riNCHKH CREEK (Special) The regular meeting of Ihc 1 Pincher Creek MU was held recently. Expenditures In all functions are within budgeted limits. Elks plan New Year's party COLEMAN fCNP Bureau) The C olem an B I3 0 K patrol team under Captain Peter Mer- oniuk .is planning the annual Elks New Year's Eve party. It will be held in the Cole- man Elks Hall. Invitations will be available from Elks patrol team mem- bers. Lodge members are urg- d to get their tickets early. Total expenditures lo date were out of an esti- mated total budget of In addition lo in the genera! bank account, an amount of is hold term deposit certificates. Council accepted an offer by Ihc engineering firm of Under- wood and McLellan and Asso- ciates to make a study of three possible sources of water sup- ply and distribution system foi the hamlet of LuncJbrcck. The cost of the study was not to ex- ceed Oldman River Regional Plan- ning Commission members wil meet with council to discuss policies that would govern location and operation of feed lots, location of country resi dences, and the control of de- velopment along streams. This meeting will take place Oct. 23 The Tax Recovery Act sab will be held Dec. 12. RECEIVES CHEQUE Mayor Arnold Lubbers present Mrs. Msrtyce Jankunis, Ireasurer of the Nobleford tennis Club, with The village pledged 52 for every the club raised for improving local tennis facilities. The tennis club will use this money for repaving t'ne tennis ccurfs. Photo REMOVE RINK Community-minded men and teen-age boys join forces to remove the old original curling rink, paving the way for the erection of a new building at Nobleford. -Lucinda Luchia Photo Waterfowl habitat an begins CRANBIiOOK (Special) Development toward an inten- sive waterfowl habitat at Lake Elizabeth just outside south- west city limits has started. Ducks Unlimited (Canada) and the British Columbia Fish and Wildlife Branch, along with the City of Cranbrook, are carrying out the program. The shallow variable marsh- land is about 300 acres, drain- ed by Jimsraith Creek. Game biologist Ray Demarcbi terms the area an ideal biotic com-' m unity which runs from algae to moose. Its open waters, spring and fall, attract migra- tory birds but varying depth in spring runoff to July handicap successful hatches. Ducks Unlimited has dredged a firm course for creek flow northward in the soft mud bot- tom. The city has improved torn outlet flow with culverts. 1972 roll lo be used for taxes TABEK (HNS) Inability of jrovincial assessors to complete i scheduled general assess- ment this year for the Town o1 fabcr, for use in levying 1973 ;axes, has necessitated the aciop- ;ion of the 1972 assessment roll for next year. Adoption bylaw by town coun- cil followed receipt of a mini- sterial order providing for such action. Council also considered lav orably the adoption of a supple mentary assessment byl a M, which would provide for the tax at ion in any year of new prop erties (buildings) completet daring that year on a proper tional basis. The question undecided the effective date of such bylaw, M being thought inat visablc to implement the for 1972 with retroactive prov si ons previous notice ha not been given. The matter was tabled to I council meeting on Oct. 30. will start at 7 p.m. and con chide by 9 p.m. Council approved a revisio in lot size for the property north of 52nd Ave. ai west of 47th St. Originally planned for frontage lots, the new plan will provide three 70-foot lots and GOLF CHAMP-The 1971 Keho Park Golf Club champ. ion Karl Lang of Nobleford has done it again by becom- ing the 1972 champion. He ii shown holding the Sicks' Lethbridge Brewery and Barons branch of the Royal Bank cf Canada trophie. He defeated Gordon Luchia of Noble- ford by one stroke and Richard Deimuth, also of Noble- ford, by strokes. The women's championship to Mrs. Jean Thompson of Lethbridge as she defeated Mrs. Lou Milroy by one stroke. Luchia Photo six US-foot lots, reducing the number of building sites from 10 to nine. Council also, on request, can- celled the lease-purchase agree- ment of Anderson and Ikeda on a corner lot at 54th Ave. and 56th St. which proved to be too small for the four-plex proposed for the property. A five per cent per month for the 2M> months the property was held will be charged, based on the 1990 paid for the lot, A lease sale agreement for a lot on 57th St. was ap- proved for Beaver Lumber Ltd-, tbe price includes prepayment of services. Council agreed that a request from Parker's trailer court be referred (o the 3973 budget es- timates this covered street lights and additional road work on 57th Ave. west of 50th St. ivoinen at McNally School True, we all mark our bal- lots on election day accord- ing to lha way we see it. Those who see the issues clearly will be marking their ballots in the Crowfoot con- stituency GREEN, Jim SOCIAL CREDIT I Arts crafts COALDALE (HNS) The cont sPanvood council meet- ing. He said not all the pollution Coaldale Arts and Crafts club I is from the streets. vill meet at p.m. Monday, black and black pretty Oct 23 at the borne of Mrs! often. It's pretty he said, da Wiens, 171022nd Ave., Coal- "These sidewalks gave got to be somet hi ng else with d ust mrt dirt. Has Kaiser got a prob- em their plant? We should et them know were not com- pletely satisfied." Council agreed to phone Kais- er Resources and also agreed to urge an early meeting Ixrtween Kaiser and Dr. J. M. H. Hop- per, East Kootenay health offi- JIM GREEN With the number of can dales running we now have to make Canada free and prosperous nation ifeod of o weak satellite to troubled world. This con and must he done by of financing wilh which our lenders are well n quainlcd because they ha made it their business to find out. It is regreltoble thai ihe public are not as well infc-med. We hove had switches in Gov- for over a hundred bul each has used Ihe ID me old methods and our present dilemma is Ihe result of built-in limitations. The public have been let I in (he dark because there arc people beyond our borders lhat have qainnd much from ihc preieni methods and Hand to gain even more from their power Thn sovereign right o sick ami i ship calls were made by mem- bers during tbe past month. Members were informed of a meeting planned for p.m. Nov. Hi (lie home of Miss Margnri't Baldwin lo try to organize the Brownie and Girl Guides groups here. COUNTRY NEWS These Arc lie Lethbridge Herald Correspondents in Your Area PINCHER CREEK MRS. EDWARD IUNN (Spciiol Corrcifiondenl) Bex 213 FORT MACLEOD- MRS. Tfr> SWIHART 7J4-36I3 DEL DONITA ERNIE DMTOK Gen. Del, NOBLEFORD Special-MRS. 1. LUCHIA Phono 824-3346 Contact these people for your District News or Classified Advertising BUY 6 TICKETS AND GET 2 FREE! ASSOCIATION OF KINSMEN CLUBS KINsUkes III P.O. Box 3973, Edmonton, A1t PItasK send following nUmWr of tickets, (Check quantity) 1 ticket S2.00 2 lieVtU S4.00 4 tickets SB.OO 8 tickelj-1.12.03 TOTAL AMOUNT ENCLOSEB S Mike cheque or money ordtr payable ta lit. ADDRESS CITYVTOWN............................-....... PROV, ASSOCIATION OF KINSMEN CLUBS KI-Nstakes 111 P.O. Box 1973, Edmonton, Alt Please send ms IhR following number cf [Check quantity) 1 ticket 5700 2 licVel! J< CO t, tickets SSOO a tirtEls 7OTAL AMOUNT ENCLOSED 1 cheque or money order payable to KINstakes III, TMME.......................................-....... PHONE............- CITWTOVJH....................................... PROV................. for KINSMEN Projects Throughout Alberta FINAL DRAW MARCH 8th, 1973 First Prize Second Prize Third Prize 30 EAFRY BIRO PRIZES OF EACH DRAWS ON DECEMBER 7, 1972 4 JANUARY 25, 1973 Liwnsed by the Alberta Attorney General's Depsrtmsnt ASSOCIATION OF KINSMEN CLUBS (Alberts) P 0. BOX 1973, EDMONTON ;