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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, January 15, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 17 'Neighborly' road planning sought by MD CARDSTON (Staff) Coun. Bryan Smith of Hillspr- ing told his fellow Cardston Municipal District councillors Monday they must be "neighborly" when planning road paving programs. Pioneer lots collected CARDSTON (Staff) The last of the lots plotted by Cardston pioneer Charles Ora Card in the Grandview District here have been ac- quired by Mrs. J. D. Hamilton of Cardston. Monday the Cardston Municipal District approved the transfer of several of these historic lots to Mrs. Hamilton. It completed an acre for acre land swap in which Mrs. Hamilton provid- ed land for the Grandview Nursing Home in south Card- ston. She provided land east of the highway for the nursing home and acquired lots west of the highway to finally assemble all the historic lots into her ranch. Her father, the late George Kearl, began buying up these lots many years ago. They were held by people "scattered far and she said. Grant earmarked for pit CARDSTON (Staff) The Municipal District of Cardston has won a grant from the department of the environment to reclaim a gravel pit at Hillspring. The MD council applied for four different projects and the Hillspring project won approval. The work must be com- pleted by March 31. "One day's work can cover all that said Coun. Bryan Smith of Hillspring. "Take the money and do the other three projects instead of one and let it grass suggested Coun. Ken Beswick of Spring Coulee. Council applied for reclamation projects at Hillspring, Glenwood, Spring Coulee and Kimball. "With that kind of money we thought we could do a nice job at. least three of said Secretary Treasurer R. W. Legge. "I wonder if he would give us the 15 grand and let us go ahead and work with ask- ed Coun. Beswick. The secretary will make the necessary inquiries. "We have got to be neighborly. If we think that road from Mountain View to Hillspring should be paved, you start on your end and I will start on my end. In two or three years, we'll get it done." He was answering Coun. Bob Molcak of Leavitt who wondered if there was any plan to highway paving throughout the MD. He thought councillors were building "a mile here and a mile there." Why not put all the work into one main road, he asked, and let the work in one or two divisions slide for a year or two. Coun. Ken Beswick said every division has important roads that must be upgraded. And Coun. Bob Arnold said "you always start at a payed road and build on to it." Coun. Mike Schneyder told Reeve Shelton Ririe "you and I are going to have to get together on that Bradshaw Road (Spring Coulee east, south of the main Asked secretary treasurer R. W. Legge: "will you go through Taylor "Not until that cools said the reeve, referring to a difference of opinion as to the course of the road. The secretary reviewed ex- penditures last year on road construction as follows: Divi- sion one, grant work, and patch work, Total, Division two, grant work, patch work, Total, Division three, grant work, patch work, Total, Division four, grant work, patch work, Total, Division five, grant work, patch work, Total, Division six, patch work, Total Division seven, patch work, Total, Welling subdivision stymmied CARDSTON (Staff) The Welling Development Com- mittee's application for a 20- lot subdivision of land owned by the LDS Church at Welling is going nowhere, the Cardston Municipal District council learned Monday. The committee sent its application for the subdivision to the Oldman River Regional Planning Commission last July. "Planning insists this is number one agricultural Reeve Shelton Ririe told his fellow councillors Monday. "This was going to be subdivided real small, just in lots, but so far we have got nowhere." He said "according to the planners, Welling is finished." The reeve says he agrees it is prime agricultural land but he also wants to see the hamlet expand. Going home John Lelek drives his truck 16 miles from his summer grazing pasture to his home corrals, leading the way for 200 head of cattle along the Red Deer River north of Patricia, 18 miles northeast of Brooks. The lack of snow this winter, while creating possible mois- ture shortages this spring, has allowed ranchers to keep their animals on native expenses on feed grains. grass longer, saving Lake level to be maintained despite Cardston MD objections I South In short Frank electricity costing more FRANK (CNP Bureau) Power rates have increased here as the village council passed along a hike in electricity costs which originated with Calgary Power. Most residences must now pay a minimum rate of per connection and the first 200 kilowatts will cost three cents each. Additional power will cost two cents per kilowatt. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS-CIRCULATION-JOBPRINTING VERNON DECOUX, RMktont Hip., 512-2141 THE OSHRKIF CONNECTION is almost ready... CARDSTON (Staff) Police Outpost Lake west of here will be raised with water from Boundary Creek despite the objections of some Cardston Municipal District councillors Monday. Alberta fish and wildlife people plan to pump water from the creek into Police Lake to keep the water level up for the fish, councillors learned Monday. Coun. Bob Molcak of Leavitt said he would rather see his cows drinking the water than the fish. "I guess I'm just not recrea- tion he said. Council agreed to cancel a road allowance lease held by the Boundary Creek Com- munity Association as it will be inundated. Coun. Ken Woolford of Cardston saw no objection to the plan, "as long as there is enough water in the creek so the other end (east of there) doesn't go dry." Said secretary treasurer R. W. Legge: "Fish and wildlife will be asked that an adequate supply of water be maintained in the creek for the people downstream." Coun. Ken Beswick of Spr- ing Coulee received authoriza- tion from council to have road workers put several hours of effort next summer into building up Keith Hansen's driveway. Private road work costs are shared equally between the ratepayer and the MD. Council learned rates for the use of MD equipment are: Cat, per hour; scraper, per hour; and grader, These rates will be increased soon, said Mr. Legge. Highways Minister Clarence Copithorne informed council by letter that district highways engineers (Joe Glowach for the Lethbridge region) now have the authori- ty to close highways in emergent conditions. The move follows December blizzard problems at Claresholm. Pete Gagan has founded Oil and Surfacing Company Ltd. and is planning construction of an emulsified asphalt producing plant at Lethbridge, council learned. Council backed his plans for the plant to be built on a two acre site in the Lethbridge In- dustrial Park area. "I'm quite sure that is where we will do our said Mr. Legge. "That will be a real good thing for said Reeve Shelton Ririe. The bridge branch of the department of highways will inspect locations for bridge requests soon, council was in- formed. Councillors will take part in on site inspections. A bridge across the Belly River south of Hillspring will be repaired. Hand rails and approaches will be fixed. The best to you from Palm. Milk. PRLM PALM DAIRIES LIMITED MANAGER'S PRICES EFFECTIVE JANUARY WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES TOP VALU Carnation Partly Skimmed EVAP. MILK COFFEE Regular grind lib. net wt. 99' Catelii Dinner MACARONI CHEESE 7Vi oz. pkg. Scott TOWELS Assorted colors 2 roll package 89 Fruit Cocktail SUNRYPE ORANGE OR GRAPEFRUIT JU ICe SwMliiwd or uniwHtomd 1011. oz. lint........................... BURNS Luncheon Meat LIBBY'S Kidney Beans 14 fl. oz. 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