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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE IE7IWRIDGE HERALD Saturday, May 11, 1972 IVobe inul decision (HNS) Nearly from ihc nonh- sult of Coaklale were rcsenlcd fit the rweitl meclinq uilh town council to discuss Uio decision lo not extend waiur niifi sewer services lo (he area [his yoar. There are -19 homes and 55 people and nil members oi" r-ouncil pivsenl. A poii- (jon containing a long Idler and 49 signatures was sonL lo coun- cil. Uie meeting was nvcr. finer Ihrt'C hours of talking, e-omc of Ihc residents paid they were not sutisfied they did not receive a firm tommit- l.nicnt from cotuicil, Mayor A, V. Blakie, in sum up. said the first step by couni'il would be to establish the exact per-foot frontage levy lo be charged lo the owners. He said this would now be done Jti new of the opinions pressed by the people indical (heir willingness (o pay the frontapc levy. The town lies bad approval to borrow 5225.000 for the project since January, 1972. Council's main reason for holding up was the high cost to the homeowner. Mayor A. F. Blakie explained in clear detail the way the lav dollar is spent and why there have been delays. GARAGE EQUIPMENT MACHINERY AUCTION SALE DAVE'S GUtF SERVICE WARNER, ALBERTA FRIDAY, JUNE 2nd SAtE AT A.M. LUNCH AVAILABLE NO RESERVE Having received instructions from Dove Wipf who lias other Liusinesi inleresls, we will sell, by Public Auction, fne following Irslcd Machinery, Truck, Equipment oremises on Hiqhwav 4 in Warner. ,viih 1200-gnllon fuel molor, 825x20 tires, TRUCK SNOWMOBILES BOATS 1966 60 scries Chevrolel truck, !anV, 4-300-gol. compar'nicnls, 327 actual miles, A-1 shape. 19 h.p. ArcMc Cal snowmobile, Yamaha snowmobile, 1 Paddle boats. MACHINERY 3o-ft. M.H. wide level, HD 2 14 fr. Noble blade, 27-fl. Groin auaer with 7 3 h.p. Wisconsin motor, 4 4-ft. Ma I CD 8-in. auger. MacLsods 8-in. grinder with 30-ft. endless belt, bushel Wesieel grain bin with wood floor, 14 h.p. Wisconsin itah'anory mo'or, 500-gal. water lonk and Iroiler, Tumbla fork hay stacker, como'era with hyd. GARAGE and TIRE EQUIPMENT Coois 1010 tire changer, Goafs inflation ilation, Tire spreader, Portable air lank, T lire racks. Tire balancer, Tire studding machine. Ih. airlifr jack, 6-in bench grinder, Ma roue He bat levy charger, Grato portable luber, Portobfe Meaner and wosher, Robin bench Hydraulic and -V, for hoses, Pump and motor, Gorman pump and molor For Chloriding lirei, Ingersol impact wrench, Creeper, Gas merer with flowing tank, Quanlrry new porfs, flench vise, Bof'prici incw end Tires fnew and used, oil QuonilY OFFICE EQUIPMENT and MISCELLANEOUS 6 drawer officg desk, McCaskey service slafion liH, Coffes machine. Mimeograph duplicator, Therm of ax copying machine. Bill dispenser, Counleri, Bins, Display cases, 6 ;u. ft. deep 2 office chairs, 2 arm chain. Chesterfield and chair, 5partdn TV, Tape declc and rapes. Moisture testers for hay and grain, 1 8" cultivator sweeps, Spinning wheel, 3 granary jacks. HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. 1920-2nd Avenue South Phone 328-4705 Lethbridge, Alberto AUCTIONEERS: TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN liconjn No. 41 licenic No. 45r GIGANTIC AUCTION SAtE Of "NEW" Sporting Goods, Appliances Furniture All Quality Brand Nome MONDAY, MAY 29th P.M. SHARP AT Hyrlburt Auction Service Warehouse 1930- 1 Ulhbridq. No Having 'rom 'hi vho of WK io hiohwi bidder following: Furniture und Appliance' washer and dryer; GE M' froslguard refrigera- tor; GE 13' automatic defrost refrigerator; Inglii washer and dryer; Inglii gas Fleetwood 19" polabla Tynan chesterfield and chair; Electrohome module itereo tel; GE pot able dishwasher; Armless lounges; Weslinghousc up- right freezer Entarpriie gas GE electric mower, ?-Toro gas mowers; Casselte players and recorders; Toro underground sprinkler system, Pole and Table lamps; GE irons, toasters, fry pans, kettles, can openers, coffee percs, nnd Jrnoll appliances, GE washer and dryer; Baseboard hoot' er; Sunbeam electric hedge clippers. Sporting Goods 5 Professional go'f sals, Wilion, Aristocrat, Gary player, MVS; Assortment of putters; Golf carts; Atlantic golf bags; Husciuavarna 7 mm rifle; Savage 16 ga. automatic thotgun- fJercllta target rifle; Mossberg Mark 3 drop down rifle'; Remington automatic .22; Fishing rods and reels; Coleman lanterns water jugs; Tackle Shakespeare 6 or 12 volt trolling motor; Belair deluxe ladies golf cart; Rifle scopes; Sleeping bags; Air mattresses; life jackets; Hunting jackets; Hunting vests; Row nnd arrows, Ball gloves; Bal[ ipikes; Puptcnls. Miscellaneous Plastic pipr, Elnctric wire; Circuit panels; Light fjlturei; largo garden tractor and altochments; Many, many more items too numerous to mention. It U vary joldom thnt new itomi of this quality are offered for tola by Public Auction. Wo therefore onyonft needing or wanting ony of (heie items to bn sure to atlencf Ihii iale. Ifcmj moy he Sunday, Mny 28th 1-4 p.m. All Doy Monday, May 29th. ITEMS SUBJECT TO CHANGE TOR FURTHER INFORMAriON CONTACT: HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. PHONE 328-4705 1Q20 ?nd AVE. S. LETHBBID08 AUCTIONEERS: TED NEWDY KEITH ERDMANN lit. 41 Lie. 458 iVoniiiiii lions arc awaited PINCIIER CREEK (Special Nominalion clay lot- Uio by election to fill Hip position of mayor and councillor will be I lielrl from 10 a.m. lo 12 noon Wednesday, May 31, at lire Town Hall. i The byelection is necessitated by the resignation of flfayar Arthur Ames and Councillor Bradford Sawyer. The election will he held .Tunn 211 at the town hall meeting room. Mrs. Ed (Margaret) Lunn is returning officer. Holiday sef COALDALE (I1NS) Town tolliK-'il recently supported A letter from tlte provincial gov- ernment to have the first Mon- day in August declared an an- nual public holiday under tha nnmc Native People's Day. OLD BOTTLES Tlie nollle Craze is America. Over million nr fayinp Inrjtilous prices lor old bolllea all descriptions. ocn-oa Oollle LJ SldQ. J150.09 dQ.OO 5325.QD This is your opportunity lo mate BIG pro- tils fasl. Complele information on what m celled, where lo sell, ONLY 51.00. Sat- isfaction Eiiniantccd, COLLECTORS GUILD DEPT. 14 P.O. BOX 672, DON HIL14 ONTARIO CANADA VISIT SUNRISE RANCH-One thousand people loured I he Sunrise Ranch Garden of Oprrmism recently. The Coal da Is "ranch" is for odull- retardates. The occasion was Ihe official opening of (he new residence. Tymburski Sunrise Ranch residence opens By MARY TYMBtnSKI Herald News Service COALDALK The official opening of the new residence for arlnll relardaLes at the Sun- rise Ranch here held re- cently Master of rcrcmonie? was Rev. L, D Uankinson, chairman of the residence com mill ec nf the I.i'thhridgc Association for 1 thfi Retarded. '_ The rihhon-cullinp was per- formed by fiiibur Mihaly aur i Siccfned Reibcr. The dcdiCi'ilion prfiycr u'ris ol fcrcfl In Mr H.inkiason. Doup McCall, rxr-rulivc dirrc- lor for Alberta II n u s inp CoriviiMlinn, This wn- in chance of planning -ini-f Mir rrs Grad dance set COALDALE (HXS) The Kale Andrews Higli School Grade 12 graduation banq u e t and dance will be held Friday, June 2- Thcr? be graduands. Speakcr will be George Brown, manager of CJOC-radio and CIOC-TV, Lethbridge. A dance will follow in (he Bcliool auditorium. INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO 9 FIRE ROSSiTER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABLISHED 1911 Lower Floor 517 41h Avo. J. Phone 327-154] Fi f'lair IlrmvnnH nf Lnlhb rn'rpl Mm Iln Cnrporptjnn. ;i I I r n rl nancing Ilirough f'Mlir. The Lion? Club provided the funds for lha down -pa ymenl.. Present on be- half nf Ihe chib was .Jirn Miya- gnwn. president. Mr5 G I o i) prrs- idenf of Lethbridge Asso- ciation for l.he M e n I n 1 1 y Rg. Ten permits i larded, brought greetings. About 100 people attended the ceremonies. Thc.v ivere given opportunity to lour Ihc new lacilities. The house parents are Mr. 1 and Mrs. Mike Jolmson of LcUi-j bridge. The residence is large' enough lo house 14 adult relar-! 1 dale trainees. They working jjj the gj'ceohousc and carpentry shop. Total cos! of the residence, was estimated at about 5100.000, t I including furnishings. This is' Ihc firsl of IJircc propowfl, TJie! plan is to cvcmilally acc-omino-! dale about pcnplp. The L'i.'ition now has no acres of land known the Sunrise Ranch. The Greenhouse., or Garden n[ OplimisiT) 3P if Jin.5; puilalily named, is managH by. Uavp, Allen. A n-jcJc fflHrly nf hoflfljpf: nut j nnd pnllrri planls are grown i1 hero finO are available for pur- chase. Vine-ripened tomatoes; I are also grown. j About people came to: 1 Ihe Garden of Optimism lo sec and buy plants ami toured new residence. j, For fier safety and comfo, HARDLITE lenses Only half the weight on her pretty little nose. Shslterprool (or majimum proleclion. 55.000.00 warranty against eye injury. Protective lenses are Law In some countries advisable everywhere! Available in all prescriptions. in the fitting of Eye Doctor's prescriptions Sunglonei Mcignifieri Repajri 1 ChiMrsn'i Prlcci OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. _ ST.S.1ETHBRIDGE- Phone 32? 3609 FOR SALE BY OWNER LOVELY 5 Perfect For A Big Happy Family 639-16th St. 5. 328-9790 Special loans for homeowners at Associates If you're're eligible for a special Homeowner Loan at Associates any lime you need cash. Thai means we mjy be able lo give you a better de.J. Lower rales... or longer or even both. The amount you can borrow is limited only by the equity you have in your home. maybe or more. So ifvcm havehiph-Nirercsl dcbls mi Islanding, nr jf vou need cash for a seconci csr, a boat, or any other pood reason, talk lo Associates about a low-interest Homeowner Loan. Sec how much belter off you'll bc-long-lerm. 1014 Third Avenue South 327-5711 ASSOCIATES MORTGAGE CREDIT LIMITED puiol i UN'S j Nr-.v; homo cnnMruction here hrcn boomins duiiivT: April ;uid May. During April, four porniils for hcmcs were cnnslniciion is esiimalcri at i In Mav. 10 pt'ir.iits is- sued for couslruclion valup WKVjOO, LONG DISTANC tf.TS Allicr- la (ifivmimrnl 'I'rlcplionrs is foul in tin- ciuTcnl nf nf ihr himl- srapi1. I'lisiKliMy pules dril- ling Ilir srcnr ;MT IT moved. This nincliino ran lav nhoiil of n mile nf ral'lp in (JiiTr Iti Ihis rase, tin- filled :nnl ;ill eijuip- mrni n rn.ilipr of i.'j Tnihiitri. I ONSUNDA Only Albnrla has it! SUNDAY-50 ODD ralos'. You can phone anyone in AlhRrla from any other Albert poml al lilly cents or less for Ihrcn great mtnulGS if you dial direct. Bosl of all, low SUNOAY-50 rates arr; in effect every week from Saturday midnight to 6 a.m. Monday. rtafes do not ;o third parly billing, limo nnd charge, pay or credit card calls. II you happen lo live in an aiea without ODD seivice, SUNDAY-50 rales apply to stalion-lo-station calls placed with the Operator. ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES ;