Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
September 24, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD District Taber approves hotel access Stubby has a friend Six-year-old Charlotte Heavy Runner of Cardston is especially fond of her kitten, Stubby, because he came into the world with two very short hind legs and a stubby tail. Both Charlotte and Stubby live at the Jay Moore home at Cardston. Remodelled In Observance of the Jewish New Year PROGRESS OLQTHINO LTD. WILL BE CLOSED All Day Thursday, Sept. 27th arsd Friday, Sept. 28th OPEN FOR BUSINESS AS USUAL ON SATURDAY, SEPT. 29th a.m. 112-114 5th Street S. Phone 327-2717 open at Taber (HNS) Doors were recenth opened for regular classes at Taber Central School: they were closed bv fire last April. During the interim the" school's 260 students were ae- ro m mod a ted in other available school rooms, in- cluding the lunior high school Knrolment is up by 30 pupils Irom last vear. The school's new principal. Morgan Johnson, (succeeding H and I he other 12 staff members are enthusiastic about the remodelled building in which thv open tCdfhing area con- cept was modified to provide privacy lor certain classes TABER (HNS) The Town of Taber will enter into agree- ment with the provincial department of highways for construction of an access trom Highway 3 to the Heritage Motor Hotel proper- ty. The access, one quarter mile west of 50th Street on the south side of the highway, in- volves a median cross-over along with accelleration and deccllcration lanes to accom- modate through traffic going either way on the highway. Under the agreement, the town will assume the costs of the entire construction. An existing agreement between the town and Heritage, provides that the motor hotel company will pay one-third ot the costs of the access, the amount of which is vet to be estimated. In other recent business, the town council appointed coun- cillor Wayne L. Gough as depuU mavor for the ensuing three months succeeding Mike Powell in that position Deputy-mayor Gough and councillor Dennis M. Turin, with Mrs Helen Wemtx alter- nate, were named to an ad hoc committee to review provisions of present licensing bvlaws. The committee will recommend changes to a sub- sequent meeting of council. The committee was set up on the recommendation of the Taber Businessmen's. Association President Peter Campbell said that licence fees for out-of-town contrac- tors and tradesmen should be increased, to be more in line with fees charged by other civic governments in the south Council ylso approved pay- ment of the cost of a municipal government train- ing course for assistant secietary-treasurer Larry Flexhaug. Westminster Drugs Ltd. corner 5th Ave. 13 St. N. PHONE 328-7833 S Pharmacy Ltd. 1644 Mayor Magrath Drive PHONE 328-3760 Decongestant to relieve the misery of colds 24 tab- lets. Sugg. 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Persons interested in serv- ing on an investigatory com- mittee or providing informa- tion should contact Hugh Wad- dle at 627-4322 Further to recreation, organizations wishing to book gymnasiusms and classrooms lor recreational usage are reminded that bookings are to be made through the parks and recreation office. Requirements should be made known soon if organizations wish to get the school or times they desire. Hockey puck drops in South Hockey officials in the south half of the County of Lethbridge are looking forward to a banner year this season. Registrations were to take place at the Coaidale and District Sportsplex Saturday The new executive for the coming season has been lormeri. Chairman is Doug Campbell while directors named include Jim Calder. Doug Reynolds. Keith Conquergood, Elwin Miller, and Steve Tokariuk a r t h Larson in the secretary-treasurer sion discussed with council the possible future direction of residential development in Taber. It was suggested that the area from 53rd to 57'2 Streets between 62nd and 64th Avenues be reserved for mobile homes and trailer park, with normal housing to be located in an under- developed area south of 62nd and in the area in the north-west portion of town. Pre-school program at Cardston CARDSTON (HNS) An earlv childhood education program has been instigated in Magrath, Cardston and Glenhill schools. This program provides a halt-day period of activities and socialization for pre- school children One-way bus- ing is being supplied by divisional buses to make the service available to rural students. In addition to the provincial grant, a tuition charge of per vear is required to provide the program to as many children as possible Present enrolment figures of approximately 160 pupils in- ti icate considerable enthusiasm lor the program An agreement has been reached between the Cardston School Divisional Board and the Caretakers Association on ;i 16-month contract which will be in ettect until Dec 31, 1975 S a 1 ar v increases amounted to as much as SI.225 per vear spread over 16 months lor full-time caretakers and proportional amounts lor part-time workers Calvin Olsen was appointed assistant maintenance super- visor for the division. His duties will be to assist Ray Loavitt in all aspects of the division's maintenance program David Rasmussen resigned Irom the divisional teaching stall Dall has been appointed to fill the vacancy lor this school term Taber court convictions change little TABER (HNS) Convic- tions in provincial judge's court here during August totalled 72, representing little change from the 76 reported last month and K8 for the same month last year Nine Criminal Code cases covering a variety of charges including live of theft, two of impaired driving, and one each of common assault and causing a public disturbance. Twenty-nine persons were convicted on various charges under the Liquor Control Act. and jn additional 17 were in- carcerated overnight for in- toxication, being released without charge There was one minor injury and property damage totalling resultant from 17 motor vehicle accidents, nine ot which being categorized as minor Besides the accident toll, 34 persons were convicted on charges under the Highway Traffic- Act. mainly for speeding. Losses from unlocked motor vehicles continue to plague the police department, in- cluding a purse with money (purse later recovered) and a set of golf clubs recovered from a local youth. Theft of money during a break-in at a highway service station was traced to a local thiei and the money was recovered Open Mon., rues., Wed. 9 a.m. to p.m. Thurs. and Fri. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sat. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. FREE DEL.'VERY WESTMINSTER DRUGS LTD. Corner 5th Ave. and 13th St. N. 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FREE DELIVERY Located in Zellers Shopping Centre 1644 Mayor Magrath Drive Phone 328-3760 PRESCRIPTIONS MAX FACTOR POST OFFICE Pincher gas plant starts drill program The (lull Oil gas plant at I'mcher Creek has started a drilling d o v c I o p in e n t program plant superinten- dent Mob Thomson said l-'ndav Mr Thomson said that one new well was now I lowing Bui boloiv the gas can be used bv Cull, permission must be obi lined Irom the other two partners of a field." he said It is one of several fields that Iced I ho plant lie was commenting on a rumor that the plant was lac- ing ,i shutdown because it was running out of gas lie said there was ''absolutely nothing" in the rumor "In we're undertaking a program ol development drilling The plant which emplovs 45 men .produces natural gas. propane butane, condensates ,iiid sulphur Mr Thomson s.nd oslim.itos ol the lite ol the range Irom about 10 lo vears Best school citizen Blairmore Catholic Women's League winner Mrs. Mary Price, centre, presents the "best school citizen" award to Cheryl Markosky. 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