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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, October 26. 1174 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD 21 South In short Selling liquor draws jail COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Kate Danyluk of Coleman has been sentenced to a three-month term on conviction at Blair- more by Provincial Judge F. S. Radford of a charge of keeping liquor for sale. n She pleaded guilty. The term will be served at Fort Saskatchewan. RCMP prosecuted the case.. Clothing articles donated ETZIKOM (HNS) Sunshine Orders met recently at the home of Annetta Oorsey and donated articles of children's clothing to the Sifton House at Lethbridge. Members decided to save tinfoil in a project that will purchase a seeing-eye dog for a blind girl. The club will meet Nov. 6 at Betty Cooper's residence. Monument to be unveiled A monument to the RCMP Alberta centennial and the peaceful relations between the United States and Canada will be unveiled Nov. 8 at the Del Bonita Port of Entry. Invitations to the ceremony, set for 3 p.m., have been sent to the governments of Alberta and Montana, as well as police, customs and immigration officials. The Magrath-Cardston Marching Band is scheduled to perform beginning at 2 p.m., and organizers hope the Cutbank High School Band will also be there. The ceremony is sponsored by the Magrath and District Chamber of Commerce, and coffee, punch and doughnuts will be provided by the Magrath Lions Club. The monument was built by Alva Bair and Lawrence Hahnrast of Milk River. School committee to elect WARNER (Staff) The Warner County school committee, comprising all members of the county council and represen- tatives from Raymond, Coutts, Milk River and Warner, will elect its chairman at a meeting scheduled for 9 a.m. Nov. 1. Coun. Murray Holt of Raymond is the present chairman. Twins celebrate birthday FORT MACLEOD (Special) Fort Macleod's oldest twins, Mrs Nellie Folkins of Fort Macleod and Mrs. Bella Rettie of Lethbridge, marked their 80th birthdays here recently. A family reunion was held to honor the twins. Warner councillors purchase roller By D'ARCY RICKARD Herald District Editor WARNER The County of Warner council Thursday approved purchase of a roller machine for road construction at an actual cost of The county has already paid for four months' rental on the machine from Pioneer Machinery (Rentals) Ltd. of Calgary. This firm will credit 85 per cent of this amount toward the purchase price, Normally they only give 80 per said secretary- treasurer Ken Duncan. Coun. Victor Pittman was assured by Reeve John Otto and deputy-reeve Jim Blackmer that having a government assessor carry out the assessment duties in the county is the simplest and best method. But Mr. Duncan said it is rumored the province may turn these duties back to the MDs and counties. "The tendency of this ad- ministration is to kind of get out of these said Reeve Otto. Said Coun. Elda Mueller: "I had a complaint (about assessment) the other day. I think around this table we should take care of some of these things. Bring them to the assessor's attention." Coun. W. Jay Snow agreed NAMED FOR FOUNDER Pennsylvania is the only state named for its founder, William Penn, wtio wanted to call it "sylvania" because of the extensive forest areas. "in a sense you are penalized if you pick your rock." "This has been rolled over and over again and nobody ever comes up with the said Reeve Otto. Said Coun. Mueller: "I am not saying this is the assessor's fault. It is the whole thing. But it all works down to the fact that the peo- ple that work the hardest pay the most." Said Coun. Don Christensen: "The moral of the story is, quit working." Council approved increasing the subsistance allowance for councillors by to Coun- cillors will now receive per day for out of town meetings and subsistance. Councillors receive for attending regular meetings, even if they end early in the afternoon. Council agreed to review all rates to councillors Jan. 1. Rancher Tom Gilchrist has about three truckloads of old tires he must dispose of, says Coun. Jim Blackmer, but council decided they cannot be burned in a county dump. The tires turned up when Alberta Government Telephones took out a rural line. About four tires had been placed around each pole to keep cattle from rubbing up to them. Coun. Victor Pittman suggested that "all sorts of garbage" be allowed in the dumps with burnable garbage segregated so county crews could burn it. The idea was re- jected after Reeve Otto said: "The county just can't take on that because before you can get the right weather con- ditions or the time it has probably blown all over the county." He said individuals must take care of their own com- bustible garbage. Lethbridge's Ron J. Knight, regional administrator of the water resources management division of the department of the environment, will be con- tacted in regards to a water- soil erosion problem on the Milk River at Ed Turner's ranch west of Milk River. Hear more clearly without irritating background noise. OPEN FOR VIEWING Sunday, Oct. 27th, to p.m. Home located in centre of Coaldale. 2 blocks from all elementary schools and walking dis- tance to all churches Ideal location. 1611-21st Ave. HoM JOHN NIUFILDT Late harvest This farmer takes advantage of the clear, warm October weather to finish combining his field just south of Fort Macleod. Cranbrook limits may be increased Crowsnest Pass Bureau VERNONDECOUX.I -Phi Zenith's -new Directic Hearing Aid- If you find that much of the sound you hear is harsh, irritating noise, then our new Directional hearing aid, the "Royal D" could be just right for you. This comfortable aid brings you clear. rich sound at a pleasant level as it softens and reduces harsh unwanted background noise from the side and rear. Come in for a demonstration of the "Royal D" or any other aid from Zenith's line of more than 20 quality aids at no cost or obligation. Batteries for all makes of hearing aids The quality goes in before the name goes on >p_ LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. F. A. LEISTER, CmWM llMrtng AM AudteHiglrt Helping the hard of hearing since 1943 Paramount BMg. Phono 328-4080 827-2272 PROCLAMATION INTERNATIONAL TOASTMISTRESS WEEK WHEREAS, the unlcative skills of effective Mayor A. C. Andoroon, signing ttw Proclamation of Wook. TlMkiM MacUmum of Winnipeg, First Canadian to bo PrMidonl of International ToaaUntolraai Club, tooka on. speaking and listening are the basis for achieving greater understanding throughout the world, and WHEREAS, the development of leadership skills is necessary for the efficient functioning of our modern society, and WHEREAS, individual's self improvement provides the key whereby women can realize their full potential as a motivating force in today's world, and WHEREAS, the 237? INTERNATIONAL TOASTMISTRESS CLUBS throughout the world, including the BRIDGE CITY CLUB in Lethbridge. are dedicated to providing the opportunity for developing these talents- NOW THEREFORE, r. A. C ANDERSON, of the City of Lethbridge do hereby proclaim the week of October 28th as INTERNATIONAL TOASTMISTRESS WEEK in recognition of the achievements ot the Inter- national Toastmistiess Clubs, and urge all citizens to avail themselves of this oppor- tuntty to acquaint themselves with the fine program carried on by these dubs. Mayor A. C. Anderson A NOMINATION MEETING to select a candidate to represent the Progressive Conservative Party in ttw Cardston Constituency Raymond High School on Wednesday. November 13th at 8 p.m. Doors ofwn 6 fMit. for Safe of MomboraMpo. Anyone seeking the nomination must advise the President, Robert Campbell of Del Bonita, or the Regional Director, R.F. Babki of Lethbridge at least 48 hours prior to the meeting time. Eligible voters must present a 1974 Membership Card, and proof of residency in the Con- stituency before ballots will be issued. Guest Speaker for the meeting will be the Honorable James L. Foster, Minister of Advanced Education. By NANCY MILES Special Correspondent CRANBROOK Regional District of East Kootenay planner W. G. Stilwell, unveil- ed his recommendations for Cranbrook city limits expan- sion at a special committee meeting of council this week. City limits would move out- ward in all four directions, quadrupling city acreage from its present acres to 895 acres. It would place within the city limits people to br- ing the population to Twelve 'farms, and three Christmas tree permit areas would also be included. Largest expansion would be southward, about acres, and at present offering 335 in- dividual dwelling. Present south limits are just outside Gordon Terrace, S. 10th St and include the Silver Ridge sawmill and Confederation Park. The ex- pansion here would be about two miles south, and to the east would include the new city reservoir and more than acres of the Yahk Provincial Forest Westward limits would add acres including Cobham Avenue, El Camino Drive, some of Woodland and Pautsen subdivisions, King Street and west on the Kimberley highway: New north limits would be located halfway to St Mary's Indian Reserve, adding nearly acres. The proposed eastern ex- pansion, would include more than acres in Panarama Heights including 51 dwellings and the industrial area beyond the present north limits. The regional planner emphasized his terms of reference involved only plann- iflg principles without reference to municipal finance or political represen- tations which would probably alter the projected boundaries to some extent He said the terms of reference of bis report started with expansion of urban areas now under pressure by city limits, the foot altitude limits of where the new city water system would supply, and rural areas requesting annexation. He also said expansion should assure a single local Showing their fine line of Single Wide, Double Wide and Modular Homes MEL HANSON Sales Rep. NARL WILDE, Manager JOHN GEJDOS, Sales Rep. ROY HODGSON, Sales Rep. MYLES DUNN, Service Personnel I LOTS AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE FOR YOUP DOUBLE WIDES AND MODULAR HOMES WILDE ROSE HOMES OTTO Open House Sat., Oct. 26th (9 a.m. 6 Oct. 27th (2 p.m. 5 p.m.) ;