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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Wcdimday, March 13, W4-THE LETHBRIDQI HERALD -15 Mobile home rents to rise at Coaldale Cardston council considers moving South Hill trailers CARDSTCW (HNS) Cardston town council has agreed to consider moving trailers in the South Hill area to a designated zone following .presentation of a petition from area residents asking that house trailers be removed from a residential zone. in other council business, a letter from Glen Steed, hydrologist with the technical services division in Lethbridge, stated his concern about damage being done by seismograph bulldozers in the Lee Creek water shed. Mr. Steed said indiscriminate destruction was being allowed in the unprotected area, and suggested there is an urgent need for a conservation district in the area. At a special meeting, council members concluded that a 12-suite apartment development planned for below the east hill and west of the Dr. Robert Russell The Herald" District residence couid go ahead. The project must, however, provide an easement to the property on the north so that residents may have access to the rear of their property across the land of the developer, Art Way Development. Other matters included the approval of the purchase of a caterpillar wheel loader from R. Angus Alberta Limited of Lethbridge and a program for the eradication of biting insects with the assistance of available provincial government grants. Dwane Quinton, an employee of the town, will serve as an electrical lineman apprentice with the town electrician, Grant Lamb. There was some discussion concerning difficulties in attracting men for the heavy summer work. Prairie lean The constant pressure of prairie winds has become too much for this old structure east of Monarch, it seems, so it gives up the battle and sags eastward. Or maybe the wind stopped blowing and it sagged westward. At any rate it seems photo- grapher Rick Ervin caught it just in time it might not be upright next week. Some win, some lose with subdivision plans CARDSTON (Staff) The Cardston MD council pursued a number of applications for subdivisions at its regular meeting Monday, noting some approvals and some rejections. No names were mentioned, but the locations became public. An appeal regarding a subdivision of the southeast quarter of section 28, just west of Magrath, was denied by the provincial planning board. The old Gunning property, southeast of Welling, designated as the southwest quarter of section four, township six, range 21, has been approved for a subdivision provided there is an amalgamation of some parcels. Council was not in favor of subdividing the northwest quarter of section 28 in township six, range 21, owned by George Bullock of Welling. Create something great on an Eaton Viking machine One of. these lightweight Viking portables is just what you've been looking for to sew up a storm. Create fashions for you, for your home and save! This lightweight Viking port- able has 27 cams to pro- duce a fascinating range of embroidery patterns that will bring out the artist in you. Is a fully automatic zig- zag that makes buttonholes, blind hems, stretch stitches and overcases. Has twin needles, automatic bobbin winder, drop feed for darn- ing. With kit, accessory kit, carrying case. 229.95 Now thto lightweight Viking portable has its features built in. It automatically makes buttonholes, blind stitches, stretch stitches and overcasts. Does the jobs in jig time. Automatic bobbin winder, drop feed for darning and embroid- ery. Complete with acces- sory kit, variable speed foot control, instruction manual and moulded plastic carry- ing 199.95 Sewing Machines, Lower Floor Check Eaton's Fashion Fabric Ad in Today's Paper! EATON'S Buy Line 328-8811. Shop Thursday and Friday to 9. Use your Eaton Account. Credit Terms Available. More district page 18 (HNS) Mobile home owners will be paying higher rental rates when the old trailer site is phased out during the next year, Coaldale town council has decided. Rental rates for a lot in the new trailer site, to begin operation later this year, will be increased to per month per trailer and water and sewage and garbage disposal services will be increased to a month per lot. Rates at the old trailer site are a month rental and for services each month per lot. On behalf of the mobile home owners, Rae Yamasaki, trailer site administrator, told council that it should take into consideration that the average yearly charge on a mobile home is only less than Coaldale home owners are paying each year for larger homes and larger lots. The average mobile home owners is paying the province and the town a year, she claimed. Mobile home owners must buy an annual licence from the province at an average cost of The licence cost is based on the square footage of the trailer. In other business, council expressed concern with house moving and building that is taking place in Coaldale without a town permit. As they have done in previous years, the councillors will urge their police department to report monthly on all building and. moving taking place in Coaldale. Council also .decided that the Coaldale and district sportsplex arena will close for the season April 1, unless the Water users to meet at Taber The annual meeting of the water users of the Taber Irrigation District will be held March 27 in the Taber Legion Hall. One director and the chairman of the board of directors will be elected. Included in the agenda are reports from the board of directors. district superintendent and manager. weather turns cold. With the suggestion that it saves money on law enforcement when youth are fully occupied, the council applauded the efforts of the Kate Andrews High School Gaels basketball team and then gave it a grant. The grant is to offset some of the cost of sending the team to St. Paul March 22 to compete in the championships. Nursing home full BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) All 126 beds in the Crowsnest Pass General Hospital, Senior Citizens Home and Nursing Home are filled. Assistant administrator George Siska reports that the three units are filled to capacity, with 28 persons on a waiting list for the senior citizens lodge and 20 persons waiting admission to the nursing home. Trophy night scheduled COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Coleman Pish and Game Association will hold its annual trophy night April 20. At a meeting held here last week it was decided that due to the many wind up curling bonspiels and other events being held in Coleman during the month of March the trophy night be held the following month. We carry the largest stock of WESTERN WEAR IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA Over pair of JEANS and CASUALS Our new spring stock of WESTERN SUITS IS IN by Prince Clothing and Society Brand Sizes 36-50 in regulars, tails and shorts VISIT OUT NEW TAG DEPARTMENT Featuring a Mtoction of SADDLES and TAG EQUIPMENT WESTERN WEIB 308 5th Street S., Lethbridge Phone 328-4726 CHAR6EX CHARGE DOWNTOWN MARCH A limited number off TV SETS and RANGES left-clearing at Greatly Reduced Prices! OHVCI BRC Campus Sport 10 Speed DELUXE if BICYCLE Special Only '105 HUMIDIFIER SPECIAL! Hoover Model U-4023 VACUUM CLEANER 89" CLEANING TOOLS 19" Regularly 104.95 Special Only Special Oniy Just Arrived! A Good Supply Of SPALDING CSA APPROVED HOCKEY HELMETS Phone 327-5767 SPORTING GOODS You always do better at. DOWNTOWN 606.3rd Ave. S Lethbridge ;