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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, June 19, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD MacLeod briefs South games parade route set Project begins Macleod faces sewage project costs of FORT MACLEOD (Staff) Fort Macleod has been ordered to install a sewage disposal system and trunk line sewer down 8th Avenue. The work must be completed by July, 1975. Monday night council received a report on the proposed services from Underwood. McLellan and Associates, the town's engineering consultant firm. Mayor Charlie Edgar said, "I want to study this a lot more just like we said, it looks life half a million dollars." 20-unit motel development approved for Fort Macleod Peigan Chief Maurice McDougall and Lethbridge Conservative MP Ken Hurlburt shovel some prairie at the future site of a new office-recreation complex ai Brocket. The million building was hailed by Band Manager Henry Potts as the beginning of an economic development boom on the reserve. FORT MACLEOD (Staff) Council this week approved the route of the Southern Alberta Summer Games parade scheduled to be held Aug. 7. It will go along the south side of 23rd St. and down 3rd Ave. Five people will direct traffic along the north lane of 23rd St. The Games will be held Aug. 7 to 10. Secretary Roy White has drafted a set of regulations for companies that dig trenches in town. In sum total, these call for the lanes, streets and sidewalks to be left in the original condition. A request for a business licence from the United Farmers of Alberta Co operative was tabled until the July 2 meeting to enable the secretary to discuss the re- quest with the Oldman River Regional Planning Com- mission. Council discussed its regula- tion that new property owners must begin construc- tion within six months. The secretary noted "they must start within six months but can finish it within 10 years." Council will draft a new regulation. Council is prepared to accept a written application from L. A. McPheat of Fort Macleod to add two units to the Rest A While Motel located across the street from The Herald- District the Kozy Motel and beside the D and j Motel. Mr. McPheat wants to buy lot four on 24th St. to add two units. The name Rest A While will be changed to Century 2 Motel. "I would like to see the plans." said Coun. John Davis. Council rejected a request from mobile home site renters to provide per lot for grass seed. Council decided it would set a precedent that could develop into requests for ad- ditional improvements. Council will reconsider its plan to extend sewer service down the (Jth Avenue lane pending news on a proposed development in the area that mav fold. Hugh Craig of Fort Macleod was authorized to purchase lot l.'i south of 16th Street and west of 5th Avenue. Mayor Charlie Edgar noted all applications for lots must have cheques attached. Council filed employment applications from Ed Sponholz and Lome Trotter. Crowsnest Pass communities seek improvement grants BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Crowsnest Pass communities have applied for in funds from the provincial government's Neighborhood Improvement Program. The Village of Frank has applied for for a paving project and for sewage installation and Bellevue is seeking S15.000 to replace the arena lobby floor. for an ice cleaning machine for the arena and S40.000 for a paving program. Coleman's application includes a lighting program for the arena, installation of new bathrooms and showers in the arena and dressing rooms. Blairmore is seeking which com- prises S150.000 for acquisition of land for development. for upgrading the town's electrical system. for improv- ing recreational facilities. for new header pipes for the arena and for ten- nis courts. The hamlet of Hillcrest is asking for 200 including for a sewage system. to renovate the community hall. S27.000 for dredging and channeling Drum Creek and creation of a park and fitness track and 000 for installation of a floor and ice plant in the arena. Improvement District No. 5. east Coleman. is applying for the biggest grant including for a sewage system. for water mains. improvements to the community hall and for improvements to playgrounds. FORT MACLEOD (Staff) Town council this week approved a 20 unit motel development providing it meets with the approval of the Oldman River Regional Planning Commission. It is planned by A. G. Swinarton of Fort Macleod for the site of the former Kingston China Shop and Kingston's Sports Centre building that was destroyed by fire. The site is opposite the Queen's Hotel and near the Fort Museum. The motel design calls for a brick veneer finish. Coun. Ron Tilbe said he was "not all that enthused about it" because if might fail to meet fire regulations for the class one area of town. But Coun. Hodnett approval motion passed after he noted the development is ''so removed from any other building." District calendar The Taber Chamber of Commerce will hold a general meeting to elect directors and officers at p.m. Thursday at the Heritage Motor Hotel at Taber A reception to honor retiring vice-principal and Coaldale Little Theatre stalwart Murray J. Robison will be held at 9 p.m. Friday in the R.I. Baker School auditorium at Coaldale Building changes tenant TABER (HNS) The Southland Cycle facia sign will come down June 30 and the name Radio Station CKTA will be erected at the business premises at 5314 48th Ave. when H. W. Hal Brown of Lethbridge takes over the year-old building. Proprietors of Southland Cycle Len Danforth and Reg Saunders announced the closing at the end of the month. Pressure of personal farming operations and inability to hire additional service help prompted the building sale. Now Killy hunts ribbons Stirling show Sunday By RUTH ZAUGG STIRLING (HNS> Achilles" ancesters used to hunt leopards and antelope but now he hunts ribbons and rozettes! -I u n e 8. "Killy" as nicknamed, won again. This time at the dog show spon- sored by the Calgary Kennel Obedience Club at the Big Four Building on the Calgary Stampede grounds. This outstanding Afghan cnursinp hound, owned by John and Shirley Clark of. Sliding, competing against 28 dogs came out with three rib- bons one as first in his one as winners male, and one as brsl of winners. "Killy" is only 21 months but has won 70 ribbons, seven roz7c11cs and 14 trophies He has come out with ,1 nbbnn nf some degree in even- show rnlrrcd. The history oi Afghan cours- ing hounds is gleaned from the native tribes of Afghanistan. They are treasured for their keen sighl and smell, agilily ;ind speed in hunting big gamr They ran run full tilt, rnouch 1" ralrh and bring down an antelope, and come to an abrupt slop. The Afghan hound has only been in North America fifty five years. Even though natural hunters they are gentle animals. Their appearance is much like todays 'shag hair- however their coat crows ihis way without any Inmmir.'g The saddle or bark hair is while thai along Hunting ribbons Shirley Clark o1 Stirling with prize-winning Afghan Killy. the head, legs and under body is long 11 lakes a dog four years 1o gel their full roal Thnr ha by hair does not shH Ml mats under 1he new hair needs much groom- ing 10 ar-hieve 1he full beauty The purchased Achilles when a pup in On- tario. Mrs, Clark is Ihe reai enthusiast in the family and is chairman of 1he Lelhhridge Kennel Club which is sponsor- ing a dog inn show in Stirling Sunday a1 1 p.m. '...STARTS HERE foods Coffee Maxwell House Regular Grind 11b. package net wt. 99 Pear Halves Lynn Valley 19fl. oz. tins Nectarines Canada No. 1 California, !b. Cucumbers Canada No. 1 Queens, each Lettuce Canada No. 1 California, Ib. Onions Canada No. 1 Medium 79' 29< 33< 2i37< Cream Corn 3i79< Clarks 14 fl. oz. tins..... Pricas effective June 20 to 22. 1974 Flour Robin Hood 20 Ib. net wt. bag 2 39 Watermelon 10" Ib........... I W SUNGOLD ORANGE 3599 Nabob Crvstals. twin pack................................... FRUIT COCKTAIL MEAT DEPT. Chickens Aylmer, 02. tns STEWED TOMATOES Libby's, 14 fl. oz. tins W R W W BARBEQUE SAUCE 0 Lilydale Whole Fresh Ib. Bacon Mayfair Sliced, 11b. pkg. Kraft Regular, 18 fl. oz. bottle LONG GRAIN RICE CAKE MIX Betty Crocker Angel Food 2 varieties. 16 or. net wt. Catsup j Aylmer. 32 fl. oz. 59' 39' Olympic, 1 ib. pkg. SANI FLUSH Bowl Cleaner. 34 oz. net wt. 10 WAX PAPER c Cut Rite OS BATHROOM TISSUE QCO _ ._ Purex Assorted.-a roll pack WW _- ,S2SSST. 2s I" MOUTH WASH 89 A Listerme. 39 fl. oz............................... I BLEACH OQO BRIQUETTES 159 French Maid. 128 fl. oz......................... Kingsford. 20 Ib. net wl.......................... I Pork Sausage Olympic Bulk ..........T.. Ib. W Hams 7Qc Ready To Eat Olympic M Halves or Quarters ..........Ib. FROZEN FOODS DAIRY COUNTER ORANGEJUICE York Cone.. 12fl. OZ................ LAYER CAKE Peppridge Farm Vanilla. 13 ot. pkg. GREEN BEANS I Fraser Vale French Cul. I0oz.net wl. MARGARINE 2' flQ< Imperial. 3 Ib. net wl. 69 65' 29' CHEESE Slsck Diamond Past. Proc. Medium Slick. I2oi. nelwl. 1 95' We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities! Support Your Local Independent Grocer MIHALIK'S Finest Quality Meats Cut To Your Requirements 642 13th Street North Phone 328-5742 FREE City delivery on large orders. Store Hours Monday Tuesday. Wednesday 8, Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.. Thurs. Fri. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. ;