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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta It - THIIITHMIDGI HERALD - Saturday, March. 27, 1971- Enchant women plan canvasses ENCHANT (HNS) - The Ladies Community Association held Mb March meeting recently in the hall kitchen. Mrs. Esther Gillespie called the meeting to order and 15 members answered the roll call. The main business was arranging the Cancer and Red Cross drives. These will be held next month. The hostess gifts went to Mrs. Ermina Prouty and Mrs. Edith Wiest. The entertainment was led by Mrs. Ev Steen. The hostesses, Mrs. Win Ton-neson and Mrs. Annie Tonne-son served lunch. Recreation cost 12 mills By DELIA WOOLF Herald News Service RAYMOND - Mayor Robert Graham reported on recreation, saying, "recreation is fast becoming a major part of our lives and it is our aim to keep up with the needs as fast as the town can finance these needs without making recreation a burden." Recreation cost the taxpayers 12 mills last year. Speaking at the annual meeting, he expressed appreciation for those who donate time towards operating the programs during summer and winter. The mayor presented a list of top work priorities for the current year: drainage; upgrading of water and sewer JACK KIRKLAND AUCTION SALE ON STAKMNE ROAD - 10'/* MIUS EAST OF CIARESHOIM, ALBERTA V/i MILES NORTH OF BARONS, THEN 10 MILES WEST ON STARLINE ROAD WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7-12 Noon TERMS CASH - LUNCH AVAILABLE Having been favoured with instructions from Mr. Kirkland, wa will offer for sal* at public auction tho following items with minor additions or deletions. TRACTORS 1-1962 Oliver 1800 diesel. Good rubber, new battery, real nice condition, 1796 hrs.j New Idea 501 front end loader, hyd. bucket loader, hyd. bucket loader to be sold separately. 1-Cockshutt 1850 diesel. Real flood condition, 1000 hours. 1- IHC 450 diesel, good. COMBINES (Consigned) 1-No. 77 Case PTO combine. 1- Massey Harris 82 combine with pickup and reel, straw cutter. SWATHER 1-Cockshutt 402 15' PTO swather, real good. TRUCKS 1-1964 6MC 1 ton, box and hoist. This unit Is like new, only 10,000 original miles. TRAIL BIKE 1-Honda 90 Trail bike. 221 originol miles, extro seot. Set of bumper bike carriers. MACHINERY 1-12 ft. Cockshutt hoe drill with feltiliier attachment, late model, done very little work; 1-12 ft. Cockshutt chisel plow; 1-12 ft. Victory Blade. Double markers, hyd.; 1-12 ft. CCIL discer; 1-12 ft. IHC rod weeder; 1-14 ft. single disc; 1-12 ft. Massey Harris press drill (consigned); 1-26 ft. Robin grain auger-8 h.p. Wisconsin motor. Like new.; 1 - Victory rod weeder attachment; 1-National weed sprayer, aluminum tank, 40 ft. booms; 1-Cockshutt 311 parallel bar side rake; 1-6' Ford 3 point hitch mower; 1-7 ft. Massey Ferguson 3 point hitch dyna balance mower. MISCELLANEOUS 1-16 ft. hay loader; 1-PTO wire roller; 1-flax roller; 1-wooden cattle squeeze; 1-portable cattle chute (wooden) 1-Propane torch and branding box; Quantity barb wire, some new; Quantity old cedar posts; Quantity 16' poles and 20' poles; 1- field marker; 1-tractor umbrella; 1-Case hyd. ram; 1-Oliver hyd. ram; 25 gallons trans, oil; Quantity small tools and misc. items; 1-sectional chesterfield, real nice condition; I-RCA Victor 21" TV, real good; 3-occasional arm chairs; 1-adjustable pole lamp; 1-% bed; 1-end table; 1-Magazine table; 1-Lazy Boy uphostered rocker; 1-12 gauge Stevens pump gun; 1 - 12 gauge Stevens pump gun, for part�, BY CONSIGNMENT 1-20 ft. house trailer with stove, fridge, bed, etc.; 1 - 4 burner gas range; 1-wringe washer; 1-double wall tub; 1-sink; 3-natural gas heaters; assortment of windows; quantity of 2x10 and 2x12 - 10' to 20' lengths; quantity of hardwood flooring; 1-old pump organ, collector's item. GRAIN 500-600 bushels oats. Suitable for seed. FUEL TANK 1-300 gallon fuel tank, hose and nozzle. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: We are pleased to have the opportunity to conduct this tale for Mr. Kirkland. The machinery hat been under cover and it In very good condition. There are not very many small Items, to be on time for the larger units. Thank you. SALE CONDUCTED BY ROY'S AUCTION SERVICE - AUCTIONEERS -OF GRANUM - PHONE 236-2102 ROY FJORDBOTTEN DON WALPER Lie. 010237 Lie. 010259 system; streets and roads; sanitation and pest control. There was an indication the mill rate for the current year may be higher as the municipal hospital will need more money to operate. Total revenue for the year was $271,360; revenue received from taxation totalled $164,283; licences and permits, $970; rentals, including public housing, $9,812; portion of fines to the town $2,060; interest on money and tax penalties $11,763; service charges $7,251; recreation Awards night banquet set PINCHER CREEK (Special) - The Pincher Creek Fish, and Game Club will hold its annual awards night banquet March 29 at 7 p.m. in the Pincher Creek United Church Hall. After the roast beef dinner to he served at 7 p.m. the awards presentation for big game and fish taken in 1970 will be given. There will be 12 trophies for first place and 12 prizes for second place for sportsmen who were successful in getting the following species: lake trout, rainbow trout, dolly var-den, whitefish, pike, elk, white tail deer, mule deer, caribou, antelope, moose and sheep. Sportsmen who are eligible are those who purchased their 1970 memberships before Sept. 1, 1970. The evening will be rounded out by "tall tales" competition, a draw, and a film. and community service $4,739; there were contributing grants of $45,282; home-owners tax discount, $25,196. The main portion of the expenditure went for education, $70,730. Recreation and community services claimed $26,542; public works, $35,032. There was a deficit for the year of $5,200 taken from past surplus of funds. A program to upgrade the town's * domestic water supply was started during the past year. The program calls for more work to be carried out each year. The town operated on a mill rate of 75 mills with the business mill rate at 20. The mill rate was broken up into figures: for municipal, 81; schools, 14; school foundation, 28; municipal hospital 2. Councillor W. M. Brooks of the water and sewer committee drew more direct questions from the floor of the meeting than any other. He said the capacity at the storage reser voir for the town water supply had been doubled. New equipment will have to be purchased to replace some units. The first will be a new pump. The sewer system will have to have some improvements. Both the water and the sewer system have had increased pressure placed on them with the population increase. This, he said, will have to be taken care of as fast as funds are available. From the report presented by. councillor Mun Takeda it was shown Ridge View Lodge has 49 guests; the lodge oper-aetd at a deficit of $2,000. $infffand, l^jereditk (Jhi5umnce) CtJ. INSURANCE IS JUST NOT PART OF OUR BUSINESS -IT IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS Phone 327-3009 CONN VAN HORNE JACK WARBURTON 507A 7th STREET SOUTH SPRING CLEANING? HOW ABOUT YOUR DRAPES HAVE THEM ECONOMICALLY DRY CLEANED BY THE LOAD 8 LBS. NORMAL MATERIAL Parkside Coin-Op Laundry Dry Clean Ltd. FIRST IN LETHBRIDGE WITH COIN-OP DRY CLEANING 2634 - South Parkside Drive For further information phone 327*0811 BtOO am.>9:30 p.m. WEEKDAYS 8:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. SAT. Iayment i lan SIGN UP FOR "PEP" P- ANDPAY ^ IjQUALIZATION THE SAME AMOUNT EACH MONTH FOR GAS SERVICE Our PAYMENT EQUALIZATION PLAN provides a convenient method of paying your regular monthly gas bill in equal installments during the year. Under this plan, your gas bill payments never vary. Your annual gas consumption is calculated, the total cost divided by 12, and you pay this amount each month - building up a reserve in summer for the higher bills of winter. Actual consumption is of course recorded monthly, and noted on your bill - and adjustment to actual consumption is made every 12 months. It is available to all customers on request. May is the month such regular payments normally are started - so we invite interested customers to contact us now. cancoan uuesTern jnaruraLGas company LimrreD Wins contract COALDALE (HNS) - Craig Construction of Pincher Creek recently was awarded the contract for the north side water and sewer extensions here. The bid of $146,549 was the lowest of several received for the project. Council noted the highest bid was $50,000 more than the one accepted. The town will make application for a loan to the Alberta Municipal Finance Corporation. It will be for $182,000. This amount is needed to cover engineering, surveying and installation contract costs. Win mention PICTURE BUTTE - At the recent Lethbridge Regional Science Fair held at the Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion, three local junior high school girls won an honorable mention in the earth and space science division with their project entitled "Fossils." Denise Woj-towicz, Carrie Elfring and Marie Schwartzenberger, all of Picture Butte, attend St. Catherine's School. $50 needed COALDALE (HNS) - The Coaldale Home and School Association was reminded by James Parks, principal of the R. I. Baker School here, the entry fee to the Lethbridge and District Kiwanis Music Festival in the amount of $50 must be raised. Paul Liska, co-ordinator of the Coaldale Junior High Science Fair, won approval from the meeting for funds for the science magazine subscriptions to be given to the fair winners. Try Before You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION yffi MAICO SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE RIPLEY OPTICAL 618 3rd Ave. S. _Phone 328-5447__ Plan food fair COALDALE (HNS) - The International Food Fair will once again be sponsored by the Coaldale Home'and School Association. The date will be announced when arrangements are made. Mrs. John Sfanko Is the convener. She will be assisted by Mrs. Kenneth Lyon and other volunteers. Anyone willing to assist or contribute is requested to eon-tact either Mrs. Stemko or Mrs. Lyon. Proceeds from the fair will go towards the Coaldale Sport-plex Fund. ^ IFF is . . I, . i.-r- 426 13th STREET NORTH PHONE 328-4536 LESSONS I IsHlfl  BASIC SEWING (Bishop Method) O TT Instructor-Mrs. M. Miller  INTERMEDIATE SEWING (Bishop Method) Instructor-Mrs. M. Miller  CREATIVE STRETCH FABRICS Instructor-Joan Plsko 8-2 HOUR LESSONS FOR ONLY $20 HURRY, NUMBER PER CLASS LIMITED CREATIVE STRETCH FABRICS (Tuesdays and Wednesdays) (Beginning Tues., April 6th) 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. We carry a full Una of patterns and book* for stretch fabric* BASIC SEWING (Mondays and Tuesdays) (Beginning Men., April 19th) 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m., Tuesday 7 to 9 p.m. INTERMEDIATE SEWING (Mondays and Tuesdays) (Beginning April 19th) Monday 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday 2 to 4 p.m. |~~ REGISTER NOWI Bring or send to Baker's Fabric Centre |  NAME....................................PHONE............ i ' ADDRESS ..................................................... ' J CLASS REQUIRED.............................................. J LTIME AND DAY................................................ 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