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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta The South In short Council approves lot sales FORT MACLEOD Town council Monday night approved the sale of five subject to the usual building commitments and presentation of plans. Lot 17th Street west of 5th was sold to Cordell Swinarton. Donald Beattie of Swan Hills purchased Lot 16th Street N.. west of 5th Avenue and Ron Lauder bought Lot St. N east of 5th Avenue for a used car lot This sale was tabled until council can inspect plans for the structure proposed. Council sold Lot 15th Street the corner lot on 4th Avenue to George Bustard of Pincher Creek He plans to move a house on to the property. Robert Brehaut of Sask bought Lot or Lot on the south side of 16th Street. Council also approved the purchase by Roy Malec of lot on which he plans to erect a residence Libraries receive gift books Four Southern Alberta community libraries will receive kits of 200 book titles each from Canada Council in the second year of its book purchase program in aid to Canadian publishers. The and Nanton libraries are among 287 organizations across Canada which lack sufficient funds for purchase of books There were a total of 304 with the remaining 17 being distributed abroad by the department of external affairs. A total of worth will be distributed across the country to rural community groups and senior citizens drop-in centres and high school libraries serving their communities. The recipients were chosen on the basis of a nationwide which attracted close to 500 applications. Homecare program commences COALDALE The Barons-Eureka Health Unit homecare program has commenced here and at Taber It has been approved by the provincial department of health and social development John director of social and preventive social services for the says the program is designed to allow elderly people to live in their homes instead of going to nursing homes Volunteers help the oldtimers cut their cook keep the home neat and perform provide transportation to clinics and hospitals and aid with minor repairs The services are provided when an emergency need said Mr Boon Further information can be obtained by telephoning Coaldale 345-3388 or Taber 223-3911 Sunshine Circle buys share ETZIKOM Members of the Etzikom Sunshine meeting at the Kay Shelgen have approved the purchase of a share in the proposed Etzikom Co- operative store Ella Robinson will host the June 5 meeting Town reviews custom work FORT MACLEOD Town council Monday night decided it is losing money on custom work The entire rate structure will be revised At present the operator's wages are not paid by the renter of town equipment although the rate is higher when the operator goes with the machine For a private citizen can rent a jackhammer for an hour With an the price is only 50 an hour and the extra 50 doesn't begin to pay the wage council learned Secretary Rov noting a grader rents for and for 50 with an operator don't agree with this I think it should be plus the man's wage Mayor Charlie chairman of the town finance will bring in a set of recommendations at the next meeting Tea planned at Hoping Centre ETZIKOM The Sacred Heart Catholic Women's League will hold a tea and card party in the Hoping Community 'Centre May 11 to honor newlyweds Mr and Mrs Albert Dorner The Rogers9 Prize- winners are here. Fifty delicious prize winning recipes of the more than entered in Rogers' Recipe Contest have now been assembled m a new cook booklet that's yours FREE for the asking Just send your name and address to THE Rogers' Recipes. P 0 Box B C V6B 3V2 Here's a sample from that new collection of bright ideas using Rogers' Golden Syrup You'll find everything from Fruit Flip drink to Do-Ahead Beef Stew among The Prize-Winners Applesauce Cookies Vz c shortening c granulated sugar Vt c Rogers' Golden Syrup 1 egg 1 c. applesauce 1 tsp baking soda 2 c all-purpose flour tsp salt tsp nutmeg tsp cinnamon tsp ground cloves 1 c raisins c walnuts Beat Rogers' Golden Syrup and egg Stir soda into applesauce Mix salt and spices CoTibine all ingredients and mix well Chill Drop by spoonfuls on greased cookie sheet Bake at for 12 to 15 minutes or until golden brown Makes about 4 dozen Foundation preparing brief on lodge COALDALE The Green Acres Foundation is preparing a brief to urge the provincial government to build a senior citizens home here. Lethbridge County 26 Councillor Steve Slemko is chairman of the management committee here that is spurring the development Coaldale Town Councillor John Gossen is a committee member Green Acres Foundation Slemko met recently to Post time coming up Trainers are out at the fairgrounds these days working out their horses in preparation for the thor- oughbred racing season. The horses start in Ed- monton this Friday. Spring racing season opens m Lethbridge June 3. Ron McRae of Calgary is running Mr. Bill a 12-year-old. Fire protection eyed for airport FORT MACLEOD Town council is considering a expenditure in its 1974 still under for fire protection at the Fort Macleod industrial airport Mayor Charlie Edgar Monday night ordered that every piece of advice and helpful hint from the town office or any councillor or town employee be in writing from now on He said a home builder had been told the sewer was in the lane but dug his trench at the front anyway he wants us to pay for said the mayor Town foreman George Bota told council the street sweeper should be in operation within three days A committee was named to inspect a boom and posthole digger on a 1963 three-ton recently overhauled and for sale at DeWinton for Coun John Davis suggested the machine be brought to Fort Macleod to dig some test holes in rocky ground Mr Bota noted the road behind the Fort Museum is caving in It will be closed to preclude accidents The sewer will be extended down 15th Street to the bulk station Mr Bota noted the pipe has been ordered but there is a three-week waiting period Mayor Edgar reaffirmed council's plan to upgrade the pavement on Main Street and 2nd Avenue before July centennial celebrations are asking for a price on 2nd Avenue and any other pieces we have to said the mayor we do this other we better have a contract on said Coun Davis Council is still awaiting proper drawings of the Macleod Feed Mill 'Ltd plan for construction of six new two of which run three feet over on to a lane council will close The town wants to retain access to sewer and gas lines The town will call tenders for a new ambulance after further consultation with local officials Coun Phil Hodnett said the province will reimburse municipalities for equipment they own when the province takes over all ambulance service in Alberta. This could be a year away. Coun Grant Day suggested buying a used model as cities are buying new vehicles The court of appeal on tax assessments will be held at District calendar The annual meeting of the Coaldale and District Chamber of Commerce will be held at p m. Thursday in the town office building The Crowsnest Pass Nursing Home and Senior Citizens Lodge will be the scene of a Mother's Day tea and social afternoon from 2 to 4 30 p m Friday. .The Coleman Fish and Game Association will hold a special meeting at 7 30 p m May 13 in the Lions Scout Hall. The second annual open pit mine rescue competitions for southern British Columbia will be staged June i on the Harmer Spur operations of Kaiser 6 30 p.m. May 13 The house plans of Barry Hornberger were approved with the provision that his 40 feet from the corner remain open. The Oldman River Regional Planning Commission said the plans are excellent council thought the carport was too close to the sidewalk The Herald- District Coaldale carnival June 22 COALDALE A carnival will be held here June 22 to provide an off-season use for the Coaldale Ice Arena Fund-raising is a primary objective A F arena management committee said the event should be something for the entire family The committee will meet May 15 in the Sportsplex administrator Don town administrator Rae Yamasaki and Coun Drug abuse workshop Saturday BROOKS Frank manager of the Brooks office of the provincial department of health and social spoke on alcohol and drug abuse here as a prelude to a drug abuse workshop for parents this Saturday. Mr Clampitt spoke at the recent meeting of the Brooks Home and School Association Strong interest was voiced by 40 parents and six young people at the meeting Parents feel that a major problem for young people is lack of communication with parents and other adults in the community discuss the bnet. It is hoped the home will be included in 1975 capital projects The site will be donated by the Town of Coaldale. In the applications are being taken from oldtimers here who want to live in the planned self- contained suites New Dayton girl gives valedictory NEW DAYTON Celeste Schoen was the valedictorian at the recent Warner High School graduation exercises in which five New Dayton girls participated Pamela Greeno and Diane Schoen gave the class prophecy New Dayton graduates are Pamela Greeno Connie Sandra Ranck Celeste Schoen and Diane Schoen NESTLES QUICK VALUES Pineapple or Strawberry 48 oz tm PINEAPPLE ESE SLICES LUNCHEON MEAT 7QO Kam12oz f O CRACKER BARREL CHEESE OATMEAL COOKIES JQ MARGARINE Chase Sanborn 1 Ib. pkg. GREEN BEANS Green Giant Kitchen Slice or French 14 oz CREAM CORN Libbys14oz R W TOMATO JUICE SOUP Aylmer Vegetable 10 oz. 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