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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1946 Taxation Of Veterans' Small Holdings Before Pincher Council PIKCHEB this fixed taxation will be effective lengthy meeting of the Fincher Creek town council was held on Mondav evening as a heavy agenda of business was dealt with and sev- eral delegations interviewed. A committee of the local rehaoEita- lion organization met- with the council for the discussion of the small holdings in relation to taxa- tion. Negotiations were completed wish the rehabilitation committee several meetings ago whereby the I council set aside some seven or business. They made an official! visit to the Church ranch on the Cochrane, also looked over the town of Cardston for possible sites for two new chapels that are to built when material becomes available. Young Michel Girl Dies At Coast in case or veterans taking advant- age of the small holdings. It is hoped that other towns interested in these projects will-also contact the department along these lines. Properties are still moving at a brisk pace with several more par- SATAL. reia- cels being sold at the meeting for tives of VioJet. B'Andrea, young the construction of homes. Michel girl hvsng in Vancouver. B.C.. were shocked to hear of her sudden death late Monday night. She just marked her 21st birthday Appointment to the health'board for the vear include Dr. J. Mc- health officer. C. v for the purpose of holdings and veterans homes. When it comes so the question of assessment and taxation the coun- cil find shat they are bound by the assessment act and that no special fixed taxation may be made for these small holdings for veterans in towns as is done under a citv the balance of the board. A delegation of two ladies. Mrs. O. Schoening and Mrs. C. Eoch- stein. interviewed the council in regards to a rest room for the town and country people. This question has been under discussion for some time. The project will be re-opened charter. The council of the town an interview will be arranged of Pincher Creek went oa record at with .the country municipal council their regular meeting in request- ing the minister of municipal af- fairs to look into tlus matter and to stars the necessary machinery in motion to bring an amendment to the assessment act in order that in this regards. Together with other business it has been Tecided by the council to extend sevtral blocks of new water line to supply new buildings and to complete needed loops in the line. 'Church Conference at Cardston; Leaders View Possible Chapel Sites con- j Smith. ference of the LJD.S. church was A large gathering of mothers and held here Saturday and Sunday, daughters was held with theme. Special representative from Salt "Mother and the Home." with Mrs. Lake City was Slder Joseph Feild- ing Smith. Accompanying him was his wife Jesse Evaas Smith, noted singer, who sang special numbers throughout the conference. Theme of the entire conference was more spirituality through increased study of the scriptures, s5so "Mother's Day" wss observed throughout the Sunday sessions. Sunday morning priesthood work was featured in a soecial meeting with the theme, -Ward wiih following speakers: Reginald Smith, Jr.. Laurence Head. Ranald Edward Leavitt and Elder last Wecnesday. Born at Michel on May S. 1925. she leaves to mourn, besides her parents. Mr. and Mrs. DISTRICT NEWS Busy Southern Alberta jMSTSu OjT 2trSOi ers. one ai Miche! and the other still serving in the R.CA J. station- ed at Kapuskasing. Ontario. She left, only a year ago for the cossz where she was employed. Funeral arrangements have not yet been completed. AUTO HEATERS To Fit All Makes of Cars or Trucks Seventy-Seven Service Station 320-9th Street South Phone 2823 J. S. Stake Relief Society president in charge. At the afternoon session of con- ference O. D. Steed was sustained as the new Stake Sunday school superintendent, but his board had not been completed. A total of 25 missionaries were named from this stake, an all time high since pre- war days. This session of confer- ence was filled to overflowing both in the main hall and the basement and President Wood said it was the largest attendance in his 45 years as a leader in the Alberta stake. President W. K Smith called for the people io live their religion. keep the Sabbath Day holy and be j a self-sustaining people. Elder Smith spoke in detail of the future state of man. The stake choir were in attend- ance both as the Sunday school and afternoon session of conference, conducted by Mrs. J. S. Smith with Mrs. Thelma Smith at the organ. Walter Anderson rendered special solo numbers. The Stake MXA. was in charge of the evening program with Stake i President S. A." Earl- conducting. The Eillspring ward choir sang I special anthems conducted by Mrs. Ruta Wynder with. Mrs. Betty Pet- erson at the organ. The program was based on the MXA. "reading course book the "New Cal Merkley as reader announced the numbers taking part. Elder Smith then spoke on the standard works of the church. During the past week Elder Smith and Bishop Jos. Wirthlin from Salt Lake City have been here on church Brant Road To Be Gravelled HIGH J. Graham district engineer of the de- partment of pubiic works, n-et re- cently with Highwood council cuss the road grant for purposes and the road on which It might best be used. He stated that the goveniment share would te This would bring a total of and it was agreed that it should be used in srravelling the Brant road. This will take care of about 12 miles of A grant of S250 was authorized for the Social Service branch of the Salvation Armv. and S100 for the Canadian Institute for the Blind. Probable expenditure for the cur- rent vear was estimated as S94239. A tax rate of 10 mills fc-r the muni- cipal portion of the amalgamated tax was set. There are half a dozen school divisions ar.d districts to be considered in school reoub5- tions, which total almost S75.0CO. The hospital reeuisiMon is with a rate of 2U mills. RED CROSS DRIVE HIGH Officials j of the High River branch of the] Red Cross are much gratified with the total returns from the recent Red Cross drive. These amounted to with coining from town subscriptions and 53.372 from ruraS Although this is not'as much as the peak contribu- tions cf the war years, it. is much greater than was anticipated vay through the campaign. Last- minute donations swelled the total satisfactorily. The membership is 1.027. HEAR HALMKAST WARNER. (HNS) Oa Sal- citizens from here. New Dayton. Milk River and met in the hall and heard Leonard Halai- rast. M-L-A., speak on the possi- bility of enlarging the municipality district in the near future and other items of interest. Chairman Holroyd and Geo. Moreland also answered different questions on school problems. DAMAGE TO MUSTARD WARNER. Seeding is about completed in the Warner district, the high winds and frosts damaging to some extent. It is feared some mustard may have to be resown. MOBILE X-RAY CLINIC MILK RIVER, (HNS) The Miik Lions Club is spoiisoricg the Mobile X-ray Clinic tuber- culosis division to be in Milk River June 3, 4, 5. and 6. Residents are asked to call at fYank community. Win. ESaschuk present- ed each with a signet ring, and cig- arettes from, the Red Cross. The Melody Four orchestra of Lomond it is necessary PAGE FIVE B.C. Brings In New Hours of Labor FERNTE, B.C. (HNS) To Cemetery Ckan-Up Set For May 22, Milk River MILK ETVER. (HSS) Much credit is due Mrs. Julia, PSscher, comply with recent legislation j president of the Cemetery Asso- passed by the provincial taent relative supplied the muisc. with C. McAr- thur as floor manager. The dance was largely attended and a very en- joyable tune was had by ail. L.D.S. Conference; Church Welfare Canneries Planned to reduce their hssirs. ccal cinders, new cement posts are At present the stores are opea 43: set. and cabie ropes will be put in hours per week. The new regulation next calls for a 44 hour week. Ciean-up day is set tor May 22. The new schedule for local mer- 1 AJI "ue-esied are asked to come a At New Dayton SEW DAYTON. CESS) Chriag to the dry spring, seeding Is irell ahead this year. i winds have hart all crops, chants will be as follows (effective i j Monday. June business meeting will follow later to in town at the E2ks hall to :oj to to to VACCINATION' CLINIC MRS. EHLERT LAID TO REST AT RAYMOND probably "se under five per cent. Grass pastures are very poor, as ro moisture is beisg in April. and the is jsrr. A li'.cle more -sinter wheat has bees seeded r.'aan in the Abovt The same acreage has been i PERNIE. B.C. (HNS) will be a final free vaccination j i clinic for the public Monday, May 1 vear" J 20. from 2 to pjn. the Femie school. Adults and? pre-schooi chil- j D. (HNS) Mineral services for the late Mrs. EhJert. wife of Theo. Ehlert, xel: knos-n contractor and builder, were held in the LJXS. Stake Tabernacle dren who have not been vaccinated for smallpox in the las" five years are urged to attend. RAYMOND. (HNS> The. LDJS. quarterly was i held ia she Stake House Sunday. Bishop J. Wirthlin. of the pre- siding bishopric of she church, and E. O. Anderson, the church archi- tect, from Salt Lake City, being in attendance. A 3 3JS1. SHHG3V A morning lor the mothers and here today. L. U Palmer, bishop of er-'s Da? was fittingly observed here j MILK 3TVSS. Gladys rbA nf SESrcial services. I Tjiix oa A bear? fall aoisttirs :s need- 'jo give the crops a good sart -Jr.f MARK MOTHER'S DAT BARNWEIiu Moth-' HOSOR BBIDE-TO-BE the Second Ward, was i the service. charge of office in Milk River for cards, ad- 2ge of j2 to 20. Veterans Housing Survey In B.C. FERNIE. B.C. (HNS> The Department of Affairs is conducting a housing survey throughout the province to deter- mine the number of veterans who are inadequately quartered or who are seeking housing accommodation. The object of this survey is to ob- tain complete and accurate infor- mation on the housing situation in respect to veterans so that reports and recommendations can be made to the proper authorities. Local veterans who are seeking housing accommodations are requested to contact Leon A. Rushcall. veterans' officer, Post Office Builoing. at an early date as the list must be for- warded to the department on Mav 14. raiting them :o be examined. Resi- dents hi Ccuiis will call at the R.C.M.P. barracks. Cards must be in not later than Mav 20. CHURCH SERVICES COALDALE. mothers of j 17. The many useful gifts were ar- was offered the children was younger groups assistirig. he} ranged hay rack. through the sale of hand-made j 4. vocal solo by Joe McLean de- carnations and the regular Moth- lighted the audience. The Second er's Day collection, which amount j ward choir, with Karl Gehmlich as will go forward to headquarters for leader, furnished the music for the ten people were present to be again j wood, and interment was in the thrilled with words ot counsel and Magrath cemetery. Christensen Bros. fine music. Bishop Wirthlin spoke j were in charge. of the adult aaronic priesthood and j how necessary it is that part HONOR BRIDE-TO-BE of the church work is not over-j NATAL. B.C. A num- ber of relatives gathered at the Chas. McXeely home on Sunday last to mark their silver wedding anniversary of May 31. A no-hostess i dinner was served at one o'clock and a social afternoon was spent j with buffet lunch being served The couple received attractive i gifts suitable to the occasion. MR. FARMER We give 24-hour service on any make of small gas engine.... See us soon about converting your washing machine from electric to vice versa. PROMPT, GUARANTEED REPAIRS TO ALL MAKES OF WASHERS Lethbridge Appliances MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE 317 Eighth Street S. Phone 4456 MST in EXTRA VALUES EXTRA VALIES THAT GIVE NUMBER TfiE SIPER STRENBTH EXTRA LONG LIFE POSITIVE SAFETY MOST MILES PEI DOLLAI Only FIRESTONE gives yoa these famous extra values that have enabled Firestone tires to establish the envi- able record of being the only synthetic tire to stand tip on the Indianapolis Speedway for 500 miles at an average speed of 100 miles per hour. When baying new tires DEMAND FIRESTONE tires that STAY SAFER LONGER FIRESTONE TIRE RUBBER COMPANY OF CANADA, UMTED HAMILTON CANADA FOR SERVICE ON ABOVE APPLY IO 'I'HE FOLLOWING LETHBRUXJE DEALEKS Artie Service Station Third Ave. and 13th St. S. Gait Service Station Fourth Ave. and Ninth Street S. Short Stop Service Station Fourth Ave. and Eighth S. Ted's Terminal 410 Third Avenue South Mechanics Sales Ltd. Eleventh St. and Third Ave. S. General Farm Supplies "For all TOUT farm equipment" 1621 3rd Ate. S. Phone 4363 NEWS PA PER fl R C H1V E ;