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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _________________________________________......________________, Thundgy, May 18, 1972 THE IETHBRIDOE HERALD 15 mobile home park started for 118-unit occupancy in August Ily .IIAI MAYH1K -for SliS a month and single !ol.s Hi-raid Staff Wriii-r [or Slid. RcnUil includes water, Construction lias started on a and garbage collection SH''51100 mobile home park in i charges and cable television. North Lethbridge. i Home owners have to pay then- Giant earth movers are pre- iown electricity (individual me- BRIDGE VILLA ESTATES Construction of this 16-ocre mobile home park is under way immediately west of 13lh St. N. Another 20 acres is available to the north for de- velopment in the future following completion of this 000 first phase. Rectangles designate the 118 mobile homes which can be accommodated in Bridge Villa Es- totes. Access will be from 22nd Ave. at the north end of the property. A park and playground area is located in the centre of the development with o community services building at a north-centre location. The park will feature paved roads, street lighting, landscaping and large treed buffer areas on the east, west and south sides. Upper left is storage areas for boats, trailers and campers. paring the Hi-acre site and ten- lei's) and natural gas charges, ders have been called for sewer' One area of the park will he and water. restricted to adults only whilo The park, which will aeconi-1 the rest will be for families, modate 118 mobile homes, in- There will be a J.ti-acre corn- eluding 39 douhle-widcs, is to i munily area in the centre of be ready in August. the development with p 1 a y- Bridge Villa Estates, as the i ground and grassed park area, park will he known, is located North of the community area west of 13th St. N. Access to I will he a brick the park will be off 23rd Ave. N.. the most northern part of the first phase of de- velopment. Developer Kay Chambers said he has obtained an addi- tional 20 acres north of the first phase for future develop- ment. The first phase runs 840 feet in a north-south direction and extends 950 west of St., said Sam Lurie of J. C. Ncu- feld and Associates Ltd., en- gineers and planning consult- an's- A bench warrant for the ar- Features o! Bridge Villa Es- ,.est of Lewis Crow tales include paved roads with of Brocket was issued mercury street lighting. i Monday by Chief Justice J. There will be a 50-foot but-, y. H. Miivaine at the F o r t fer strip at the south end of; Macleod sitting of the Alberta the park and 15-foot buffer' Supreme Court, strips on the west and east The warrant was issued sides. fjrow Eagle, charged with Lots lor the mobile homes i the theft of a truck on Nov. 20. will be larger than required, j ig-j failed to appear lor his the majority running -10 by 85 j scheduled trial, feet. A bench warrant is an order Each lot will have an asphalt-' for the arrest on sight of the paved driveway 40 feet long by person it names and may be 10 feel wide, compacted gravel i issued by a judge when a per- pads on which the mobile; son fails to appear at a set home sits, and the rest of each i court date, lot will be grassed and have Crow Eagle, when arrested, trees planted on it. said Mr. will be held in custody and re Luric. nianded every eight days until Double wide lots will rent the next available court date. i service building with a 24 by i struction of a swimming pool I 40-foot recreation room w i t h j al of service kitchen and open lireplacc. an 1 office, laundrv room with four: driers and four washers, saun-1 lllc ul" als" havc a" as and washrooms. enclosed storage area fur boats irmnro am] bulky items wiiich cannot be accom- modated on the individual lots. The city has assured that bus service will be provided into Bursaries available 'rest warrant issued ervicc will be proviuc-u um> '.he park. .Mr. Chambers said. A number of bursaries will be awarded by the Ladies' Auxiliary. Alberta Command, Royal Canadian Legion. Children of ex service per- sonnel who graduated from high school this year and are enter- ing a recognized post second- ary institution are eligible fur the awards. Appiieation forms are avail- able from Hazel Black. 328- 75UO. Adrienne Hcrter. or Vivien Odney, :J27-0847. The average summer temper- ature in Lethbridge is 58 de- grees while the average win- ter lemperature i.s 29 degrees. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furniture 328-7684IM HOPE AND CARE WILL YOU SHARE? FLOWERS OF HOPE MARCH 14fh to 20th WATCH FOR THE SEEDS IN YOUR LETTERBOX Mall Your Donations NOW! There will be nc door-to-door canvass. RETARDED CHILDREN NEED YOUR HELP! Dairies stress public health riy K1C NWHI.MiT Herald .Staff Writer GUELPH. ONT. Public health in relation to farm prod- ucts has long been a strong point in Canada and in Ontario the control of the milk industry falls under the control of the j provincial ministry of agricul- i ture. John Andrews, assistant fieldman for the County of Wel- lington milk com mission, has 65 producers and two large pro- cessing plants to keep track of. Ontario, Canada's leading milk province, keeps tabs on the quality control of milk on a county basis. Located here about 50 miles west of Toronto, the two-man staff is responsible for all raw product.; from the farm to the processor in the designated county. Inspection, including farm, hauling and delivery trucks and processing plants (mostly pro- cessed milk plants which prod- uce cheese, butter and powder- ed milk) is a large part of th e job. As the regulatory body, Mr. Andrews checks the milk for such things as bacteria and added water, pestitcide content and butter-fat percentage. He said part of the job is on the "nasty" side in that occa- sionally he has to shut down some producers for not follow- ing regulations to a tee. Part of the role of the com- mission is extension work with- in the industry. The commission aids farmers in layout and de- sign of new milk houses. everything's coming up U i at SINGER! Sensational Introductory Offer! HERE'S SINGER'S NEW BUDGET SURPRISE OF THE SEASON! A hard-to-believe price for Singer's newest arrival! It's a FASHIONMATE- and it's brand new! Singer Exclusive Front Drop-in Bobbin Zig-Zag and Straight Stitch Sewing Three Needle Positions Soft Pastel Green Complete with a "Go-anywhere" Carrying Case Start sewing up your warm weather wardrobe at your local Singer Center TODAY! 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