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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Courtesy Of Days Past Recalled At Old lime Dance FORT MACLEOD It was a grand ball. Old-fashioned cos- tumes, coupled with graceful oldlime and modern dances, lent an air of regality to the Oldtime Second Anniversary Ball, held hi the Fort Mac'lcod Elk's Hall recently. Many visitor's from all parts of southern Alberta, Creston, Kimtorly, B.C. and Riding Mountain, Man., were present to join in a gala evening of en- tertainment. Presentations were made t floor manager Lee Orr and hi; wife, Viola, and to the mem bci's of the Watmough Orches tra. Prizes donated by the or cheslra for the best costumes were awarded to partners Mrs Gladys Wuotilo and Jim Dov of Lethbridge. Mr. and Mrs. Len Tilbe o Macleod and partners Mrs. In, Johnston and Mr. Hugh Tracy received honorable mention. Beauty and Comfort the Year Round Combination Aluminum Windows and Doon Sterm Doors Trailer Windows made to your specifications FREE ESTIMATES NO OBLIGATIONS HUMPHREY ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS 433 24th St. S. Box 931 Days-328-7432 Nights-327-6724 -From The Fashion Centres of the World! fAST EFFICIENT SERVICE Specializing in the fitting of Eye Doctor's prescriptions Prescription Sunglasses Children's Frames Magnifiers Repairs Reasonable prices OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. 368-71h. ST S .LETHBRIOGE Phone 327-3609 88 Natal Homeowners Reject RDEK Offers By PAUL C11ALA Herald News Service NATAL Members of the Natal Homeowners Association vigorously qppose the state- ment of Frank Bertoia, admin- istiator of the Regional Dis- trict of East Kootenay, that he is looking to Dec. 31, 1970, as the deadline for having every- one moved out of Natal. Members of the association are ready to let the administra- tors go as far as expropriation and will fight it every possible way they can. They are in no hurry to accommodate Mr. Bertoia. The officers and ex- ecutive of the association go along wholeheartedly with the stand taken by the members. Their main objection is the manner in which they, the homeowners, are being treated. Their' president, Alex Walk- er, staled the homeowners are I dividual homeowner. definitely not getting a "just! T h e homeowners in turn 'stress that they will not be in- timidated by the administrator of the regional district and want to be given a chance to get a decent compensation for what they are leaving. The homeowners say that they are being offered an aver- age of for their homes and that a lot in the relocation site at Sparwood would cost 000. It was also stated (hat costs of moving, building and labor have also increased. and fair treatment, "and are .being considered as "chattels that have to be, moved." The initial promise of gener- ous compensation has not been fulfilled, he said. Mr. Williams, director of housing, department of munici- pal affairs, last year assured council an offer would be made to the people concerned. They could accept or refuse or make counter offers. The RDEK administrator al- legedly made offers to the peo- ple but did not suggest they make counter offers. He had refused to meet with the home- owners association, with any representative of the associa- tion or its lawyer. The association was told Rate Cut would meet only with the in-1 ed in 1X6. A suggestion was made to bring in an independent ap- praiser. To date there are approxi- mately 88 homes in Natal that have not sold out and whose owners are members of the he I homeowners association form- Max Gibson Named To Hospital Board CLARESHOLM cil of the MD of Willow Creek has appointed Max Gibson of Stavely to the board of the llaresholm Municipal Hospital. Mr. Gibson is also secretary of the MD. He will fill the term of Neil Ohler who resigned after leav- ing the district. The term ends in the fall of 1971. CLEAN FILL WANTED UP TO CU. YDS. CLEAN EARTH fill Mayor Magrath Drive CONTACT BOX 26 Council approved an applica- tion from Franklin Watson of Stavely to have the 40 acres oE his farm, now inside the cor- porate limits of the town of Stavely, designated as being in the MD for taxation purposes. Application was made through The school foundation gets mills compared to last years 36 mills. The school sup- plimentary requisition is set at 3 mills compared to 12 mills in 1969. Municipal expenses takes 15 mills this year, down five mills. the Oldman River Reg i o n a 11 In Nanton district recreation Planning Commission. i contribution is three mills but Mildred Cochlan and Roger Ohler were appointed to the Stavely recreation board. Council set the budget for municipal purposes at 146 for 1970. School foundation will cost The mill rate is down this year but the land assessment is up in most cases. Taxes will generally be lower this year. NORBRIDGE MARINE SERV1CENTRE 1252 3rd Avenue North Lehbridge, Alberta Phone 327-6960 Now is the time Jo bring in your lawnmowers, boats and outboards for spring tune up or repairs. JOHN BACtDA SERVICENTRE FOR: jT Outboard Motors. Boat and Trailer Repairs. .Engines Snowmobiles. All work backed by years of experience Free pickup and delivery .service.. BEAVER USE BEAVER'S CONVENIENT BUDGET PLAN GREAT DO-IT-YOURSELF IDEAS! 5clect a Braver Fence lor besuty, protection, snd privacy. facft fence fe designed lor maximum strength anrf a minimum of waste .in materials. The Albertan Privacy at Low Cost! 6 feel Irish, square pickcl. Simple, economical construction yd at- tractive in appearance. Complete per Hn. ft. 99' your favorite design give us your hi mcjsurc- iiicnts a prompt and tree estimate. Foil iiofe augers available to the job. -1 inly one mill in the Clares- liolm, Fort Macleod and Slav- ery areas. Court of revision on the re- assessment is May 25 to June 5. Assessment was increased froth 12 million to million. The MD plans to pave the road from the Claresholm In- dustrial Airport to the Green Banks School and a road east of Granum at a cost of about By VEHN DECOUX Crowsncst Pass Bureau BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Taxpayers here learned the mill rale has been reduced by five mills from last year's 91 mills tx> 86. Council passed on savings .'rom tlte reduction of the sup- I plementary requisition of the Crowsnest Pass school division. Last year the school founda- tion requisitioned for 29 mills and this year the requisition was 32.21 mills. Last year the school requisi- tion called for a 21.3 mill levy and this year the requisition was reduced to 13.12 mills. Tlie hospital requisition also dropped from 4.15 mills last year to 3.97 mills this year. A breakdown of the mill rati calls for 32.21 mills for schoo foundation; 13.12 mills to school supplementary; 3.9 m i 11 s for hospital supplemen tary; 1.88 for the .Chinook Health Unit; .26 of a mill foi the Home for the Aged; .17.62 mills for the debenture deb and 16.94 mills for municipa. purposes. Council also approved a six per cent, discount on curren taxes paid before Sept. 30, 197( and a three per cent discount if paid before Oct. 31, 1970. Soturdoy, Moy 30, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAtD 17 Named To Co-Op Post P1NCHER CREEK (Special) A. Climie of Wctaski- win is office manager-account- ant of the Pincher Creek Co- operative Association Ltd. His j appointment was announced by Bob Nlshikawa, general man- ager. Mr.. Climie has experience in rental co-operative work. Dur- ing the past five years he has been an auditor with Federated Co-operatives Lid., conducting I a udi ts of Alberta's retail co- ops. He has been active in com- munity affairs. He served as a director and president of Welaskiwin Pioneer Savings and Credit Union. Interested in youth, he has so taken an active role in church work. He has served as a lay reader in the Anglican Church. SUBWAY CONCRETE PRODUCTS CONCRETE PRODUCTS SEPTIC TANKS, etc. 128 North Mayor Magrarh Dr. Phone 328-2298 Teen Club Mooted NOBLEFOHD (Special) The North County recreation director, Wendy Rassmussen, recently met' with a group of interested teen-agers. She outlined the aim's and ideals of a teen club, also pro- jects for money-raising club ac- tivities, and programs the club could get involved in. A temporary executive was elected to get the club started. Ths club is open to all teen- agers, 14 j'ears and older and to all teens from Barons, Mon- arch, Coalhurst, Nobleford and area. Recommend Patrols COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale police commission has recommended to town counci that council permit the police to patrol a two-mile radius of the area outside the town only as the need arises. It has been the experience of police that misdemeanors often PAVING TOLLESTRUP and GRAVEL Construction Co. 'Ltd. Highboy 6 feel high. Simple to build. Both sides have an identical view. Complete per lin. ft. Easily yours the iun and satisfaction that come with collage ownership. The 24'x16' 384 sq, two bedroom "Hcalhcr" open beam, as illustrated is economical lo build and full of extra features. Complete basic package includes: .standard foundation package, prc- aissemblcd wall sections, window unila, asphalt shingles, assembly in- structions. a month UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE NEW FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF REQUIRE ACCOMMODATION 2-3-4- BEDROOM HOUSES 1-2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED RENT OR BUY CONTACT Housing Office University of Lethbridge 327-2171 Extension 288, 289 '995 The Shadowall The patio fence. The 5' 6" height gives privacy yet lets the gentle breezes filter througt. Complete lin. ft. F'nis'1 fence FRESH WHITE EXTERIOR PAINT Per Gallon .95 Easy to build and buy! If the prospect of mother "gartgeleis" winter doesn't appeal to you Beiver invitei you to select gerege package to suit your needs and pocketbook right nowl Build yourself or have one built for you! 12'x20' Economy Package Features practical design and eco- nomical construction. Includes 8'x7' "up and over" (tee! doer. Cement extre. S299 116.00 i month LETHBRIDGE Phone 328-4461 1707-3 Ave. South OPEN DAILY TO INCLUDING SATURDAY THURSDAY Till P.M. SPECIAL ONE OWNER FURNITURE AUCTION SALE HURLBURT AUCTION ROOMS 1920 2nd Avenue South, Lethbridge MONDAY, JUKE 1 7 p.m. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE Good Nordheimer upright pianoj swive! piano stool; beautiful dining toble wilh 6 chairs; nice old china cabinet; nice old buffet; 2' beautiful single brass beds with good box springs and mattress; birds eye maple dresser with mirror; birds eye maple 7-drawer chest of drawers; good Zenith 23" TV; small office desk; nice old combination writing desk and radio; beautiful inlaid coffee table wilh drop leaves; console radio-record player; nice red ches- terfield and chair; gold upholstered choir and stool; 10x15 India rug; 9x12 India rug. Kelvinotor fridge (square very Bentty automatic washer and matching electric dryer; nice pole lamp; good odd wood chairs; chrome kitchen suite; ceclar chest; kitchen counter; silver chest; silverware; gas range; Hoover upright planf stand; electric fan; clothes hamper; spice set; ash stands; linen; lawn mower; dishes; pots and pans; ornaments; pictures, books; small table; TV tables; drapes and curtains; table lamps; magazine rack; lawn mower; lawn chairs; garden tools; electrical appliances. Many more items too numerous to mention. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Ai the owner of this furniture is sell- ing his home we are offering all his furniturt and effects for sale af this special auction sale. Having personally in- spected these items we find them in very good condition and well taken of, strongly urge in of any furniturt to be lure to attend this sale. VIEWING SUNDAY 2 TO 4 P.M. AND ALL DAY MONDAY SALE CONDUCTED BY HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. 1920 2nd Ave. S. 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