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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta South in short Fire guardians appointed CLARESHOLM (Staff) Willow Creek Municipal District Assistant General Foreman Bill Gatenby, Assistant Secretary treasurer Warren Valstead, Agricultural Fieldman Richard Berringer and Assistant Agricultural Fieldman Gerald Cofield were appointed fire guardians Wednesday by the MD council. The lands and forests fire prevention act calls for the ap- pointments. These men are authorized to issue fire permits from April 1 to Oct. 31. Urban post service pushed TABER (HNS) The possibility of an urban postal delivery service here is slim but the Taber and District Chamber of Commerce is working toward that end. A rural delivery service may come sooner, chamber of- ficials say. It is unlikely that urban delivery can be instituted now because drops are required for this service. A rural delivery service can be instituted if petitions are signed by residents in areas affected. Contacts are being made by the chamber on at least one possible route. Taber market considered TABER (HNS) Is it feasible to establish a farmer's The Taber and District Chamber of Commerce agriculture committee, headed by Lynn S. Grant, is going to answer that question. An Alberta department of agriculture grant of up to is available to finance the chamber's feasibility study. Mr. Grant says his committee will survey producers in this area. It will be determined if they are interested in bringing produce to a fanner's market for direct sale to consumers. Several successful markets in this province operate one day each week, Taber chamber officials have learned. Little britches rodeo Aug. 4 NANTON (Special) The annual Little Britches Rodeo will be held here Aug. 4 as part of the Lost Lemon Mine Day celebration. Wid Ransome of the Nanton Booster Club told the organizational meeting that it is difficult to get bands for the parade. Commendations planned for Macleod groups FORT MACLEOD (Staff) The Fort Macleod Chamber of Commerce, Lions, Lionettes, Rotarians and women's curl- ing club will be commended by letter, council decided Monday night, for good com- munity work in sponsoring luncheons. The Fort Macleod Auction Market Ltd. will be offered a chance to rent Canada Winter Games bleachers, now in the curling rink here, for J25 a month. Coun. Jim Coutts, chairman of the water committee, told council he is dealing with a number of frozen water ser- vices these days. "We have got to get people to realize when this warm weather com- es along, that is the time peo- ple have to keep their taps running." It will take about a year to obtain a new transformer for equipment for thawing pipes, he said. Garbage collector Art Bohle is being asked to dp the im- possible, said Coun. Ralph Webb, in the way of emptying bottomless garbage cans. Council agreed Mr. BoMe should refuse to service dif- ficult cans. These should be reported to the town office. A pack of dogs is forming on 10th St. here but Coun. Webb hopes they won't be turned into-the town pound because they will "freeze to death" (in the Instead, he hopes the dogs will be nabbed and detained by complaining citizens. In this regard, Mayor Charlie Edgar said: "I see other towns have sure raised their dog licences." Coun. Ian Bennett said there should be no crackdown on dogs until people have had a 'chance to remember to buy their licences. Council decided to form a committee to study the possibility of a licensing bylaw here but Coun. John Viens said "I would like to see all towns get together and do away with it. It just leads to Other towns have licence fees of and higher for visiting tradesmen and, "If they can do it, why the devil can't asked Coun. Webb. Lydia Hatton will be advis- ed that lot 36 on the north side of 17th St., west of 5th Ave. will be offered for sale as a site for a small house. She applied to purchase it as a garage site. Mrs. Hatton will also be advised that her house does not infringe on this lot. The Fort Macleod Lionettes Club will be officially notified by letter that the old library building has been assigned to them by council for storage purposes. Council accepted the Cana- dian Western Natural Gas Company offer to sell its natural gas engine, used for making ice in the local arena, for The engine is about four years old and will be used by the town as a pumping unit, possibly for fire protection at the industrial airport site. The offer included "no rental costs" for 1975. Statues still missing FORT MACLEOD (Staff) Still no Jerry Potts, no Crowfoot and no Col. James Macleod. These are the life size statues town coun- cil ordered months ago for its RCMP Centen- nial celebrations last year. The celebrations are over but still, no statues. "What about our Town Ad- ministrator Roy White asked at the regular council meeting Mon- day night. "They are standing said Coun. Jim Coutts. "We ordered them in August, 1973, and we were promised them in nine months which would have been June, said Mr. White. "We haven't received anything." Council ordered the statues from an Ed- monton sculptor at a price of each. He has been paid of requested. The RCMP Century Committee is also interested in these works of art. The com- mittee provided in grant money to get them sculpted, about half the cost. Coun. Ian Bennett said he would try to locate the artist during an upcoming trip to Ed- monton. February II, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 15 New ambulance delivery expected in March FORT MACLEOD (Staff) The new town ambulance may be delivered the first week in March; town council learned Monday night. It has been purchased from a Red Deer firm for about "The chassis is supposed to be delivered Friday and then modifications will be said Coun. John Viens, chairman of council's am- bulance committee. "It could be the first week in March before we get it." Meanwhile, the old am- bulance had to be retrieved last week from Calgary, where the generator burned out. "We will have to determine a policy for out of town said Coun. Viens. Town Administrator Roy White assured Coun. Ian Bennett easements are being checked thoroughly for a water line that will run from the water tower to the in- dustrial airport. Town solicitor Ron Jacobson of Lethbridge is drafting a leasing agreement form for mobile home court tenants. Leasing prices were not divulged. Mayor Charles Edgar serv- ed a notice of motion that he will ask for an increase in councillor fees at the March 3 meeting. The mayor is now paid and each councillor per meeting. The mayor said this is not fair "because if you miss a meeting you don't get paid." Joe Hornberger was reap- pointed town weed-inspector. "Don't let him look at quipped Coun. Phil Hodnett. Council learned its letter to a citizen who parks a school bus on 5th Ave. near 21st St. is being disregarded. The re- quest that he not park the bus there will be reaffirmed. ATTENTION FARMERSI 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 4320 John Deere Tractors With 3 point hitch, cab, air-conditioner, heater StUeA 214-31st Street North Phone 328-8952 TOMORROW SHELDONS DOES IT AGAIN SHELDON'S 12-HOUR TOMORROW L 9A.M. TO 9 P.I ONE DAY ONLY-THURSDAY, Feb. 20th SALE! 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. J Here's another tremendous opportunity for the budget minded mothers of Lethbridge and Southern Alberta to clothe the family at Fantastic Savings. Don't miss this great Savings Event! LOOK WHAT 00 WILL BUY Boys'and Girls'Nylon Shell JEANS AND SLACKS Boys'and Girls', SIzM 8 to 18. KMdits' Sizts 3 to 9x. Including Bnnd Nim Wnnglir ind Top Gun Plir Kiddies'Tops Long sleeves, sizes 4-Sl. Each Each Boys'Sport Shirts Long or abort "leaves, perma preaa. Each Kiddies' Sport Shirts and T-Shirts Long or short sleeves. Sliee 3 too. Eech I Kiddies'Rain Boots Sine 6 to 3. Pair I Men's Sport Shirts Long or short sleeves. Each............... I 100% Nylon Kail Boys' and glrto' abort Each Flannelette Shirts Fall and Winter. Long atom. 3.11. Each Ladies1 Rain Boots Boys'and Kiddies'Runners High andlow cut. Pair Ladies'Tee Kay Runners Sim 5-10. Pair I Men's and Boys'Tank Tops I Boys' and Kiddies' Flare Pants Long Sleeve Turtle Neck T-Shirts Boys'and QMS'. Canadian by Penman's. Each Shkls and T-shirts Boya'andqirta'.ShortHiivid.Each LOOK WHAT WILL tm BUY Brand Names, Including WrangUra and Top aim. Man'a aim M to M. Ladlaa' aiiaa I lo 16. 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Each '2 '2 '2 ALL SALES ARE FINAL-NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES SHELDONS OPPOSITE OALT GARDENS ON 3rd AVE. 8. 518 3rd AVE. 8.-NEXT DOOR TO BANK OF MONTREAL LOOK WHAT WILL r Boots Ladlae' and Borg lined. In Canada by Pair Men's Shirts knit. Each Rubber Boots and Boys'. Pair Boys' and Girls' Sweat Shirts Long atoevedCFL. In Canada by Penmena.Each Winter Parkas and Jickets Ladles'and kiddles'. Each ImW Boys' and Girls' Wrangler Jeans Blue denim, H'Aoz. Pair tja9 Novelty Tops Men's or ladies', long Each Men's and Ladws' Dress Sweaters Acrylic, long sleeved. Each............. Ms or Boys'kvuMBdWMtf Boob PUa lined hig V Boys' and Girls' Snowmobile Boots With Ml liner. Pair lit Men's 4 Buckle Overshoes Prtr..................................... O Men's Thermal Drawers Long or thermal shirts in Canada by Penman's. Each...................... LOOK WHAT 00 WILL BUY Boys' Striped Cuffed Pants In Canada. Pale Men's and Flare Slicks Culled caeuels. Made In Canada. 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Each Don't miss the biggest 1 DAY SALE in Lethbridge's history, Unbeatable Values 9 to 9 p.m. February 20th ;