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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Police resign over money at Coaldale Wednesday, December 11, 1974 THE LtTHBRiouc HCKALU Big mobiles spark Claresholm dissent COALDALE (HNS) Three-quarters of the Coaldale Town Police have resigned effective Dec. 31, leaving one constable for persons. Resignations of Chief Victor Mayer, and Constables Randy Scott and Tim Utas were read Monday at a town council meeting. Only Const. Art Nernberg will remain. Reasons given during the council meeting for the resignations were: long hours of work, extra time on calls without compensation, no monetary or day compensa- tion for work done on statutory holidays and the present salary range. Mayor Al Blakie said the people should decide what kind of police coverage they want. If they want 24-hour coverage they will have to pay for it, he said. No other department has to deal with the same type of people as the police, added the mayor. Town administrator Earl Mcllroy later said the town would hire a chief of police and two new constables. He Fire engine purchased at Cardslon CARDSTON (Staff) The Cardston Municipal District council Monday purchased a fire truck from the Saskatoon Fire Engine Com- pany Ltd of Calgary. Council decided to sell its present truck, recently equipped with a new tank and engine, to the Magrath volunteer fire department for the trade-in price offered by Ihe Calgary firm. Delivery on the new machine will be within six weeks, said the sales agent. It has a 361 cubic-inch engine and a 600-gallon tank that can be refilled in less than four minutes would not reveal the town's police salary scale. Mr. Mcllroy said he under- stood the three peace officers had other jobs arranged. Cardston road costs ran high CARDSTON (Staff) The Cardston Municipal District roads should be in good shape if last summer's expenditures by individual councillors on road improvements are any indication. Last spring, councillors decided to try to hold the line at each but only divi- sion seven, now represented by Coun. Mike Schneyder of Magrath, came close. Expenditures in this divi- sion were for govern- ment grant road work and 528 for patching for a total of 71 o iy. With government grant work listed flirt anJ patching second, expenditures in the other divisions were: Division one, and divi- sion two, and division three, and division four, and division five, 583 and and division six, and Coun. Bryan Smith of Hillspring urged secretary treasurer R. W. Legge to start immediately to ask the provincial government for a grant to repair secondary roads that are breaking up un- der heavy traffic. Council agreed that if the government can afford to build a new highway from Lethbridge to Standoff it can upgrade the MD secondary roads "We have had nothing for secondary said Mr Legge. CLARESHOLM (HNS) Claresholm town council has tabled for investigation a complaint by citizens over allowing establishment of double-wide modular homes in a new subdivision here. A delegation of residents from the "Alberta Housing Corporation Sub-divison" on the west side of the town approached council seeking a change in the zoning bylaw to disallow modular homes from establishing among frame houses. W. R. Hodgson, a resident of the area, told council the whole area will be harmed if council "allows double-wides to go in next to expensive homes." Council- decided to turn the matter over to its planning committee for study. The committee is compris- ed of Mayor Ernie Patterson, Coun. Don Johnstone, an ex- ecutive in a mobile home building firm, and Coun. Esper Esperson, manager of Crown Lumber, a supplier of house building materials. Mayor Patterson told coun- cil there should be no problem with the councillors' outside interests as their job was only to collect facts on the situation. Concern over the establish- ment of the modular homes arose when two of the 129 lots in the area were sold to owners of modular homes. About 25 houses have been built in the area. The town, acting as an agent for AHC, has the right to sell any lot if the building meets national building standards. The town's residential zoning bylaw does not differentiate between deluxe and moderate homes. The "double-wide" homes meet the national building code, Coun. Johnstone said. The homeowners delegation complained that the "trailer type" homes are going in at random, and there should be a set place for them. Coun. Esperson said if the modular homes are allowed to locate anywhere in a residen- tially zoned area "we may end up with a big trailer park." Coun. Johnstone said: "These houses can get the same mortgage loans as other houses." Lots began selling in the area in the summer of 1973. ARTIST DON SHANNON TOUCHES UP BIG JOHN _ Statue may be bought Ten choirs to participate PINCHER CREEK About ten choirs have agreed to par- ticipate in the llth annual carol festival sponsored by the ministerial association here. The festival will be conducted in Matthew Halton High School at 8 Wednesday night. Sugar executives transferred TABER (HNS) Dwight W. Purdy, general manager of Canadian Sugar Factories Company, has announced staff transfers and appointments effective Jan. 1, 1975. Herbert M. Hayward of Lethbridge, superintendent of operations is being transferred to Vancouver headquarters to work on special engineering and operations projects. Clifford D. West, plant superintendent at Taber for the past four years, will become superintendent of operations for the company. He will continue to reside at Taber. M.D. Alberta Hail and Crop Insurance Corporation requires FIELD PERSONNEL for Counllis of WARNER. LETHBRIDGE VULCAN of CARDSTON. PINCHER. TABER WILLOW CREEK Main responsibility will be to call on farmers within an assigned territory to explain "All Risk" Crop In- surance and take applications; to outline program changes, price and coverage options to existing policyholders and secure Election of Coverage forms; to perform other services as required. This position offers good remuneration as well as travel and living expenses. Applicants must have a farm background and be available on a full-time basis February through April; be in good health; provide own transportation and be eligible for bonding. APPLY AT ONCE IN OWN HANDWRITING TO: Director of Fields Services Alberta Hail and Crop Insurance Corporation 1110-lst Street, S.W., CALGARY, T2ROV2 BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Big John, a nine- foot wooden coal miner-carv- ed by Don Shannon, a 'Pass resident, may be displayed for tourists this summer. The town of Blairmore is considering buying the carv- ing and setting it up inside the fence which protects the old steam dinkey, a steam locomotive used in the mine yards here for many years. The miner was carved from a fir log which came from a tree estimated to be 300-years old. The project was perform- ed in 1967 as a centennial pro- ject. Since then, the statue has stood in Mr. Shannon's yard. The artist does much interpretive carving from juniper roots, specializing in faces. He attempts to show the nationalities now living in the Crowsnest Pass. His work is sold across Canada. Many miners walking down his lane have noted the nine-foot carving of the un- dergrounder and said, "I wish I had him for my partner in the Mr. Shannon said. Seasons Greetings and Best Wishes to you in 1975 VANTA'S ECONOMY MEATS CHARGEXand MASTER CHARGE on or more FINANCING AVAILABLE 16.94% 904-7th Ave. South Phone 329-4545 Groceries Next Door at Wilsons and VANTA'S RANCHLAND MEATS Westminster Shopping Plaza Phone 328-0637 CHARGEXand MASTER CHARGE on or more FINANCING AVAILABLE 16.94% GROUND BEEF LB. GROUNDPORK ID. MOTOR COACH PACKAGE TOURS TEN YEARS OF SERVICE SEE NORTH AMERICA FROM AN EASY CHAIR ESCORTED CAREFREE NOW SERVING ALBERTA from EDMONTON California andtheWild WestTour 17 GLORIOUS DAYS SEEING WONDERS OF NATORE DEPARTURES A. FEB. 1st B. FEB. 22nd C. MARCH 8th D. April 5th Highlights: Salt Lake City Bryce Canyon Las Vegas Tijuana Mexico San Diego Zoo Disneyland Busch Gardens Hollywood San Francisco Redwood Forest and the Canadian Rockies ever changing scenery and adventure OUR FIRM HAS CONDUCTED MOTOR COACH TOURS FOR TEN YEARS AND OUR PASSENGER IS OUR BEST SALESMAN SAMPLE CUSTOMER QUOTES: "My first conducted bus tour and my impression completely WINNIPEG "It was an excellent tour one of the best we have "All in all, I wouldn't have missed any of it, and am looking forward to another one" VIRDEN SASKATOON really enjoyed the tour, and must compliment the tour driver and hostess" "The Circle Tours are a great way to see the country, and it is RESTON WINNIPEG PLUS Also enquire about our tours to Florida Canadian Maritimes and Canadian Rockies FANTASTIC COMPLETE PACKAGE TOUR INCLUDES LUXURIOUS BUSES. FIRST CLASS NIGHTLY ACCOMMODATIONS. BELL BOYS PLUS INTERESTING SIDE TOURS For fret Information complete ENQUIRE NOW! PHONE 424-0572 EDMONTON CIRCLE TOURS LTD. 103 10244 103rd St. Edmonton Alberta and mall this coupon or See Your Travel Agent i N Q U I R e N 0 W CIRCLE TOURS LTD. 103 10244 103rd St. Edmonton, NAME ADDRESS PHONE TOUR CHOICE For your own interest don't overlook your freezer beef experts at Vanta's. Come and join your friend's in successful meat buying. Ask them about Vanta's. They are satisfied. You will be satisfied. HANKTAMS ONLY AT VANTA'S LEAN 01 CHUCK STEAKS 59' Lb. ERNIE PANKHURST ONLY AT VANTA'S LEAN D1 CHUCK ROASTS ANDrDEJAGER GROUND BEEF 1. Shoulder Round Steak Grade A 2. Round Steak Grade A 3. Sirloin Steak Grade A 4. T-Bone Steak Grade A 5. ClubSteak.............. 1.O9 1.69 2.19 2.39 2.39 6. 7. Prime Rib Roast Sirloin Tip Roast 8. Baron of Beef Roast 9. Boneless Hip Roast Cross Rib Roast 10. SIDES of BEEF D1 NOW ONLY Ib. 69 ib 1.49 ib 1.49 ib 1.49 ib 1.49 ib 1.49 SIDES of BEEF GRADEA4 NOW ONLY Ib. 99 0 NUPAHL VICTOR ZIELINSKI CLAY RICHARDSON GROUND BEEF STEAK GROUNDPORK ib Even Still 11. ChUCk Steaks Grade A 12. ChUCk RoastS Grade A 13. Beef Patties 14. Hamburger............ 15. Random Stew PARTY STICKS IValb. Min. 18 Varieties Each 1 Olden Days Prices for Quality Meats at Vanta's 67e 16. Visking Picnic Hams.......... ID. lb 17 Ranch Style Picnic Hams ib ib 18. Swifts Cryovac Picnic Hams it> 89e ib 19. Gainers Picnic Hams lb 89C ib 20. Van's Picnic Hams it> COIL GARLIC U.K. GARLIC SAUSAGE 4 Different Varieties Ib, 29 EDTAMS 1 SAUSAGE 4 Varieties Ib. HUGO VAN SETTERS 1 GROUND BEEF STEAK FRESH HERRING ib. Shop at Vanta's Meats You Made These Prices by Shopping at Vanta's. It was your decision when you con- cluded that coupons and gimmicks and give-aways are (or the birds. All you wanted is just good plain olden days' values for olden days' prices. You decided on good advantageous inexpensive buys at Vanta's Meats. Eleven People and 2 Stores to serve you. Hot Dogs 20c each, Coffee or Hot Chocolate 10e per cup. ROIL MOPS Jar HERRING Jar MAKERS HERRING Keg KIPPERS Each.......... PICKLED HERRING Jar......... FRANCES 60UW EDAM CHEESE EDAM CHEESE GOUDA CHEESE Mild, lb GOUDA CHEESE Med..lb GOUDA CHEESE LINDA PIDRUCHNEY The above Prices are effective Dec. Shop at Your Most Dynamic Meat Markets in Town. ESTHER HOUGHTON ;