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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Disaster meet was disaster WARNER (Staff) A re- cent Disaster Services conference at Edmonton resulted in only one worthwhile announcement, Coun. Victor Pittman of Warner told his fellow coun- cillors Tuesday. He attended but intimated it was a useless exercise. "The purpose of that conference was only to make one worthwhile announcement the new government policy to start in 1976 of making a grant of 10 cents per capita for each municipality for the education of their local delegates, to send them to conferences. I thought this one announce- ment could have been given t.o the municipalities in a cir- said Coun. Pittman. "It was a conference, not a convention. I believe I could have learned everything they told us from a circular. If the department had of sent out a circular, I would be just as well informed as I am now." He said toward the end of the session, a delegate got up and demanded that time be taken for resolutions. By that time it was too late, said Coun. Pittman. p; >-5', Saturday, Ftbruiry 15, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD IS Stavely's future still in limbo Taber approves day care centre TABER (HNS) Town council this week approved a day care centre for preschool childrlen that could require as much as from town coffers this year or half a mill in taxation. Coun. Helen Wentz's motion in favor of the centre was sup- ported by councillors Mike Powell, Donald G. Windrum, Cecil M. London and Bruce Milliken. Opposed were Mayor Arthur H. Avery and Coun. Dennis M. Turin. The centre will care for children of working single mothers. Council also rejected Coun. Turin's motion to refuse a re- quest for the centre made by a dozen or so mothers who had spent several weeks researching the need. The total budget, including building preparation, is Revenue will be a minimum of based on accom- modation fees of per day, five days a week. Should the centre operate at full capacity, the revenue would be This would reduce the town's contribution this year from to The centre is expected to open April 1. INCREASE DIVIDENDS PARK RAPIDS, Minn. (AP) The 3M Co. increased its quarterly dividend on com- mon stock to 33% cents a share, up for 31% cents. It was the 234th consecutive quarter- ly payment on the stock. CABINET DEALER AND INSTALLER SHOULD BE K.R.K. CONTRACTORS Cirdiloi: Ftem 653-3778 or 653-3295 for Smfei FARMERS AND RANCHERS FENCE POSTS FOR SALE and 8' lengths. Tamarack all sizes. Peeled and sharpened. Also peeled rails and split cedar posts. CHEAP We will arrange delivery or posts can be picked up at the mill at KITCHENER, B.C. Phone Eirl it 1-604-428-2229 after 7 p.m. South in short Councillors increase own rate WARNER (Staff) The Warner County council this week Increased the per day allowance for councillors attending coun- cil meetings from to It is paid at this rate regardless of the length of the meeting. Automobile expenses were increased by one cent to 15 cents a mile. The convention allowance is for an overnight stay, for hotel and meals. Returning officers named Returning officers have been named for most of the 75 Alberta constituencies in preparation for the March 26 provin- cial election. Among those named at district points in the South are: Little Bow, Ellwood E. Meyers of Vulcan; Cypress, Herman A. Weidemann of Irvine; Medicine Hat-Red Cliffe, Rebecca Weiss of Medicine Hat; Highwood, Clarence L. Ryasen of Nanton; Bow Valley, Mrs. William Bell of Bassano. Leavitt abbatior approved CARDSTON (Staff) Dean Leavitt of the Cardston district this week received approval from the Cardston Municipal District to operate an abbatoir for the processing of his own livestock. "They have no intention at the moment of handling other people's secretary-treasurer R. W. Legge told coun- cil. Candidates reviewed today TABER (HNS) Town council will meet in a special ses- sion today to interview candidates for the positions of assistant secretary-treasurer and storekeeper. Applications from 11 persons interested in the office posi- tion and seven for the stores job were reviewed by council this week. Two from each group were selected for initial interview. Of interest is the fact that five applications in each depart- ment were received from local people. Council agreed that the person filling the assistant secretary-treasurer position should be qualified to take over the position of secretary-treasurer on the retirement of Thomas M. Anton. Mr. Anton told the council that his plans include that of ear- ly retirement an May 1, 1976. Sentence suspended in theft of auto A 16-year-old Cardston youth who pleaded guilty to LUCKY COUPLE WINS ALL EXPENSE PAID TRIP FOR 2 TO MAZATLAN, MEXICO! Pictured above In the middle are the lucky couple, Mr. and Mrs. Stu Crelghton of Bridge Villa Estates. Congratulating them are; left: Bob Lien and Fred Kiever at the right, both of Bridge Villa Sales. Mr. and Mrs. Crelghton won this fabulous prize of a 2 week all expense paid trip to Mazatlan, Mexico In recent draw held by Bridge Villa Sales. breaking into two Lethbridge homes, stealing a car and be- ing in possession of a stolen car was given an H month suspended sentence when he appeared in provincial court Wednesday. Terry Lee North Peigan earlier pleaded guilty to steal- ing a 1969 Buick Sportswagon from Brian Holland, 822 18th .St. S. Feb. 3 and being in possession of a 1969 Chrysler on Jan. 25 that had been reported stolen in Edmonton. On Wednesday he pleaded guilty to breaking into the Jacob Harder residence, 329 25th St. S., and stealing three rings, valued at about He also pleaded guilty 'to breaking into the Mike Tkacheuk residence, 2504 4th Ave. S. Nothing was taken. Both break-ins occurred Jan. 29. A warrant was issued for the arrest of William Cour- toreille, 21, of no fixed address who failed to appear in court Wednesday to face four forgery charges. Mr. Courtoreille is charged with forging three cheques and a bank draft in the Lethbridge area in August. Total value of the cheques and draft is about MOO. Clearing it away A snowplow cleared snow and ice from a relatively dry patch of .Highway 3. Other plows had a tougher job, particularly in the mountains, where residents are still digging out from under snowfalls. Snow showers continued to sprinkle The South yesterday. New Brooks hatchery to boost pheasant crop Herald Legislature Bureau EDMONTON Construc- tion will begin this year on the new Brooks pheasant hatchery that is to eventually provide birds a year for the Alberta countryside, says Lands and Forests Minister Allan Warrack. The facility an- nounced in this year's budget will replace the present hatchery which has a capacity of birds per year. By 1976, the hatchery should produce birds, up to 000 by 1977, and each year thereafter. A similar unit is to be phased in to bring production to the mark. The hatchery is being built east of Brooks between the horticultural station and the trans-Canada Highway to provide easy access for visitors. The hatchery is intended to with other fish and wildlife programs in southern Alberta aimed at improving wildlife habitats. By D'ARCY RICKARD Herald District Editor CLARESHOLM (Staff) A four-man delegation received no assurance this week from the Willow Creek Municipal District council that the MD will apportion the northern .One-third of.the MD to the new Nanton and district senior citizens foundation. The Willow Creek Founda- tion is affected and council is somewhat hesitant as to ex- actly where the boundary should be placed. Stavely may or may not be included in the new Nanton foundation. The Willow Creek Founda- tion operates lodges at Fort Macleod and Claresholm. Member towns have always held the view a third home is not needed in the region as the two homes seldom operate to capacity. Ralph Nixon and Rev. Dwight Powell of the Nanton town council and district residents Gerald Loree and Albert Fox appeared before the MD council to invite the MD's northern .one-third to join the town and be part of the senior citizens foun- dation." Some MD councillors would prefer to Have the proposed Nanton home operate under the Willow Creek Foundation and institute three boards of management for the three homes. But Nanton officials don't want it that way. At present there is a 2'A mill-levy on the whole MD to raise about for the two homes. If this week's council meeting is any indication, three separate, or at least two, foundations may be formed, each requisitioning the MD for operating funds. The Town of Stavely will alsq, be invited to join the new Nanton foundation, said Coun: Nixon. The invitation will go to the Feb. 19 town council meeting. The MD council decided to await the Town of Stavely Crowsnest Pass Bureau VERNON DECOUX, nip., H2-214) tttfffftUfffffftfffffffffffffttttfftffffffffffftfi TO ALL. EX-SERVICEMEN AND THEIR DEPENDENTS Your are invited to take advantage of a Free Legion Service Provincial Service Officer from Calgary will be at the Legion Branch in The Cahoon Alberta, Wednesday, February 19th from a.m. to Noon. Anyone, wishing to receive information on any of the benefits are urged to attend. decision before it takes any action. Coun. Nixon said Nanton paid into Creek Foundation from 1965 to 1972 but then "decided to go it alone." A third home at Nanton will affect the demand for ser- vices and financing of the two homes now said Coun. John Zoeteman. He said Willow Creek Foun- dation representatives from member towns had voted against a third home. In light of this, why should the MD lose one-third of its area to the new Nanton lodge, he asked. Also discussed Wednesday was an April MD mo- tion which resolved to divide the MD into three areas by assessment for purposes of dividing the Willow Creek Foundation for senior citizens lodges into the three areas of Fort Macleod, Claresholm and Nanton. The boundaries were to be defined upon receipt of public opinion from the Town of Stavely. All contributing authorities were to pay re- quisitions at the required rate Willow Creek Foun- dation. The division was to be made upon completion of the proposed senior citizens home at Nanton. This was in response to a re- quest from Nanton officials that one-third the MD be apportioned to the Nanton lodge. But in effect it creates three foundations and the question is where Stavely will fit into the picture. An official announcement that a lodge has been approv- ed for Nanton is expected soon, said Mr. Loree, chairman of the citizens group, that surveyed the northern area of the MD. Mid Provincial Water Well Drilling for Agriculture Donwitic Industrial Pump Sales and Service Henry Steftensen Vulcan Ph. 485-2339 WATCH AND WAIT FOR SHELDONS PROMOTION SALE 1 DAY ONLY-THURSDAY, FEB. 20th 516 3rd A venue South N.xt Door to Sink of Montrul ATTENTION FARMERS! The ALL-NEW 1975 MODEL TRACTORS FOUR 7060 MODELS 160 Horsepower Complete with 3 point hitch, cab, air-conditioner, heater ONE 7050 MODEL 155 Horsepower Complete with 3 point hitch, cab. air-conditioner, heater TWO 7040 MODELS 135 Horsepower Complete with 3 point hitch, cab, air-conditioner, heater TWO 7080 MODELS 180 Horsepower Complete with cab, air-conditioner, heater TWO USED MODEL 4420 John Tractors With 3 point hitch, cab, air-conditioner, heater JUtd. 214-31st Street North Phone 321-8952 PROVINCIAL PROGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVE MACLEOD CONSTITUENCY MEETING Granum Hall Thursday, February 20, 1975 8 p.m. Financing for Business MR. A. R. HOFFMAN one of our representatives Will be at VENTURA HOTEL Coaldale, Alberta Tuesday, February 18, 1975 Phone 345-3080 DMiOPMtNJ BANK 740- 4th Avenue South LPTHBRIOOE, ;