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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thuriday, Mny 18, 1972 THE IETHBRIDCE HERALD _ 15 mobile home park started for 118-unil occupancy in August BRIDGE VILLA ESTATES Conslruclion of Ihis 16-ocre mobile home park is under way immedialcly wesl of 13lh Si. N. Anolher 20 acres is available lo the norlh for de- velopment in Ihe future following completion of this 000 first phase. Rectangles designate Ihe 118 mobile homes which can be accommodaled in Bridge Villa Es- tates. Access will be from 22nd Ave. at Ihe norlh end of the property. A park and playground area is located in Ihe centre of ihe development with a community services building at o north-centre location. The park will feature paved roads, slreet lighting, landscaping and large treed buffer areas on Ihe easl, wesl and soulh sides. Upper lefl is storage areas for boots, trailers and campers. Hy .MAI MAYII1K IIcniM Staff Wriln- Jia.s1 .slartcd on a S325.000 mobile liumc park in Ncrlh LcLlihridcc. Giant earth movers arc pre- paring the Hi-acre sile and len- ders have been called for sewer and wsler. The park, which uiil accom- modate 118 mobile homes, in- cluding 39 double-widc.s, is lo be ready in August. Bridge Villa Kslalcs. as the park will he known, is located of St. N. Access Lo (lie park will he off 23rd Avc. N., the most northern part of the first phase of de- vclopjjienl. Developer Kay Chambers said he has obtained an addi- tional 20 acres norlh of the lirsl phase for (utnre develop- ment. The first pliuse runs 3-JO feel in a norlh-south direction and extends 930 west of St., said Sam Lurie of J. C. Ncu- feld and Associates Lid., en- ginuurs and planning consult-' ants. Features of Bridge Villa Ks- tales include paved roads with I mercury street lighting. There will be a 50-foot buf- fer .strip al. the south end of, the park and 15-foot buffer' strips on the west and casi sides. Lots lor the mobile bomc-s v.'ill be larger than required, j the majority running -40 by 85 feet. Each lot will have an asphalt- paved driveway 40 feet long by 10 feel wide, compacted gravel pads on which the mobile] home .sil.s. ami Uie rest of each lot will be grassed and have trees planted on it. said Mr. i Lurie. Donhlo wide lots will rent for a monlh and single loLs for RenUil includes water, .sewer and garbage collection, charges and cable television, Home owners liavc to pay their own electricilv (uidividuaf me- ters) and natural Ran charges. One area of the park will he restricted to adults only whilo tlie rest, be for families. There will be a J.G-acre com- munity area in the centre of the development with p 1 a y- ground and grassed park area. Norlh of the community area J will he a brick Arrest warrant service building with a 2-1 by i birtiction of a swimming pool 10-fool recreation room ihe service kitchen and open fireplace, unl, oflitc, laundry room with four. driers and four washers, iaun- nic wl" alMI havo an as and washrooms. enclosed storage area for boals plans call for cnn- trailers and ulhcr bulky items wiiicli cannot be aecunl- modalcd on Ibu lols. JjlU'iSiirjCS llas assured that bus v.-ill bt pi-ov-ided into '.he. pai'k. Mi-. Cbambers said. sares available A inimluT of j-jso bursar-it'.- will be awiirdrrl by the Ladies' Auxiliary. Alherla Conimaiul. Hoya! Canadian Legion. Children of ex .sc'rvk-e per- sonnel who graduated from high school this year and are enter- ing a recognized post second- ary in.stikition are eligible Tor Ihe awards. Application forms are avail- able from Hazel Black, ffifi- 7.MJO. Adriennt llerler. or Vivien Odney, The summer temper- ature in Lelhbridec is 5tl de- grees while Hit average win- ler lemperalnre is 29 degrees. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Denial Mecharic Capilol Furniture Bldf. Hi PHONE 328-7684IM A bench warrant for Ihe ar- rest of Alfred Lewis Crow Eagle of Brocket was issued Monday by Chief .luslice -J. V. H. Miivaine al Ihe F o r t MiicJcod .silling of Ihe Alberta Supreme Court. The warrant was issued after Crow Eagle, charged with the theft of a Iruck on Nov. 1971 failed to appear lor his scheduled trial. A bench warrant is an order for the arrest on sight of the person it names and may be issued by a judge when a per- son fails lo appear at a set court date. Crow Eagle, when arrested, will be held in custod> and re mantled every eight days until (he next available court date. HOPE AND CARE WILL YOU SHARE? FLOWERS OF HOPE MARCH 14th to 20th WATCH FOR THE SEEDS IN YOUR LETTERBOX Mail Your Donations NOW! There will be nc door-to-door canvass. RETARDED CHILDREN NEED YOUR HELP! Dairies stress public, health I Hy H1C SUIIIAHT Herald Staff Writer GUELPH. Public health in relation to [arm prod- ucts has long heen a strong point in Canada and in Ontario thr control of the milk industry falls under the control of the provincial ministry of agricuJ- i lure. John Andrews, assistant ficldman for the County of Wel- lington milk commission, has 65 producers and two large pro- cessing plants lo keep track of. Ontario, Canada's leading milk province, keeps tabs on the quality control of milk on a county basis. Located here about 5" miles wesl of Toronto, (he two-man staff is responsible for all raw products from the term 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 In c job. As the regulatory body. Mr. Andrews checks the milk for such things as bacteria and added water, pestilcide content and butter-fat percentage. He said part of the job is on the "imsly" side in that occa- sionally he lias to shut down some producers for not follow- ing regulations to a lee. Part of the role of the com- mission is extension work with- in the industry. The commissicn aids farmers in layout and de- sign of new milk houses. coming up at SINGER! 95 Sensational Introductory Offer! sinnoFF HERE'S SINGER'S NEWBUDGETSURPRISE OF THE SEASON! A hard-to-believe price for Singer's newest arrival! ll's a FASHIONMATE- and it's brand new! Singer Exclusive Front Drop-in Bobbin Zig-Zag and Straight Stitch Sewing Three Needle Positions Soil Pastel Green Complete with a "Go-anywhere" Carrying Case Starl sewing up your warm weather wardrobe at your local Singer Center TODAY! EASY BUDGET TERMS AVAILABLE SEW CREATIVE (or just S218.951 These fabulous Singer Stretch Slilch Sewing Machine features make it easy! 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