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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, October 21, 1974 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD 13 Sighting in One of a horde Of hunters .checked the sights on his rifle before setting out on a fall hunting expedition. Landowners and hunters have found themselves polarized on access issues recently. Engineer to outline plans FOREMOST (Staff) A parks engineering technologist from the provin- cial department of lands and forests will be invited to at- tend a County of Forty Mile council meeting to comment on plans for Golden Sheep, Red Rock and Granlea Dam areas, council decided Friday. Council hopes the parks man will also comment on the possibility of recreation in a lake area about 11 miles north of here. The lake is surround- ed by landowners Anthony T. Schlachter, Alex and Irene Onody and Matt and Christian Lantz, (as named on most re- cent county "In connection with our re- quest on Golden Sheep park we never did hear back from said Coun. William Kenneth Babe Coun. Frank Romeike said there are "all kinds of poten- FRAME STYLES From AROUND-THE- WORLD tial" for developing the 880 acre Red Rock area (now tagged a "natural the province) into a park. Quipped Coun. William George McFall: "If you really want to develop it, you will have to supply a posh tourist hotel with a bar." Council noted a ditch has been cut into the road to Red Rock to prevent people haul- ing the rocks away. Council doesn't want roads there, said to be virtually im- possible anyway. But it does want trails and facilities. After bearing an explana- tion from Bob Sender of 4he lands and forests department, council agreed to the department's plan for a land swap. The northeast quarter of section 9, township 10, range 8, about four miles south of Wbitla, leased to G. W. and M. H. Murray ranches, will be traded to them for land they own between Tillebrook Provincial Park and the Trans Canada Highway, thus forestalling a commercial development in this area east of Brooks. Coun. Marg Dragland's sub- mission "so many people have complained to me" about the tPWP! f uKTAisTo NOW ON THE AIR SPORTS NEWS with BRENT SEBLY Sports Director Herald' District scarcity of crop insurance agents in the county prompted council to suggest that elevator operators take care of this coverage. It will be brought up in question form at the Alberta Association of Municipal Districts and ties convention at Edmonton Nov. 19 to 22. "Maybe other counties and MDs are having the same she said. Council noted elevator agents handle hail insurance. Coun. McFall says the payoff on insurance for crop failures should be limited to f prevent larger operators from 'collecting and doubling their acreage over a short period. Council noted it is now limited to Council set the next meeting for Nov. 29. The municipal committee meets Nov. 26. All councillors and partners will attend the convention ending Nov. 22. Barley harvested from the Alma Grabautzki farm here, managed by the county under the reclamation act, has not yet been sold, said Coun. Ge- jdos. The lands and forests grazing lease has been return- ed to her. A 20 per cent hike in chemicals prices is forecast The county will obtain its supply from Oliver Chemicals, Lethbridge. YAMAHA ORGANS and Used COLLEGE MALL Phone 328-3694 South In short Taber chamber committees set TABER (HNS) The Taber Chamber of Commerce com- mittee structure were set at a recent meeting, the first for the current board of directors. President James L. George explained a modified assign- ment of responsibilities with fewer and more general com- mittees, with sub- or ad hoc committees to be set up for specific duties within the general framework. The president and vice presidents Cyril J. Brown and T. Kenneth Stoddart, past president Gordon S. Saunders and secretary treasurer Roscoe F. Gibb will make up the executive committee. Committee chairmen approved by the board are Lynn S. Grant, agriculture; Gordon S. Saunders, member and public relations; Morris E. Thompson, transportation and tourism, Patrick R. Phillips, membership and finance; Ken Kurio, public affairs; and Ryo Nagata, youth activities. New reservior site acquired STIRLING (HNS) The village has purchased a 10 acre plot from Alex Dudus. It will be the sight of the new water reservoir. The present reservoir will continue operation and the new one will supplement it. Disaster agency established STIRLING (HNS) A village by law was passed and approved to establish a Municipal Disaster Services Agency here. The directors will have power to declare a state of local emergency and to direct needs of such. These directors have not yet been appointed. Blairmore council formed BLAIRMCRE (CNP Bureau) Blairmore council ap- pointed the following committees with the first named to be chairman. Finance and property, Roy Amundsen and Frank Capron; light and water, Ernie Luini and Wallace Aebli; recreation, Frank Capron and Sam Goodman; public works, Wallace Aebli and Ernie Luini; health and welfare, Malcolm MacQuarrie and Frank Capron; fire, water and sewer, Sam Goodman and Wallace Aebli; police, Malcolm MacQuarrie and Roy Amundsen; Alberta disaster service, Malcolm MacQuarrie; Chinook Health Unit, Roy Amundsen; Old Man River Regional Planning Commission, Mayor Ernie Fantin; preventive social service, Sam Goodman; Crestview Lodge, Malcolm MacQuarrie and safety committee, Wallace Aebli. Three resign positions BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) The Crowsnest Pass School Division Board of trustees at its meeting this week accepted three resignations from the school staffs. Mrs. Joan Vare has resigned her position as secretary of the Blairmore Isabelle Sellon school and has accepted a position at the Forestry offices in Blairmore. Mrs. JoAnn Grand resigned her position from the teaching staff as of Dec. 3L The family win be moving to Calgary. Tony Cocciolone has tendered his resignation as janitor bus driver from the Horace Allen School in Coleman as of Nov. 4. Mr. Cocciolone has accepted a position with the Department of Highways. The board will hold a special meeting on Oct. 28 to study the 20 applications received for the position of superintendant of the Crowsnest Pass School Division. Association meets Wednesday COALDALE The Coaldale Home and School Association will meet at p.m. Wednesday in the John Davidson School here to discuss health services for school children. No more free poison FOREMOST (Staff) Agricultural committee chairman Coun. Bill Gejdos told the County of Forty-Mile council Friday that rat .and mouse poison now must be purchased. LETHBRIDGE FAMILY Y Pre-School Classes Fall '74 A new station of Pro-School begins October 29th with in classes as follows: A, B C D 0IAPER GYM AND SWIM Tuoodqr and p-m. October 29th to Docombor 12th instructor: CAM BROWN 14 Classes PROGRAM FEE TODDLER GYM AND SWIM Instructor: SHERRYL OtCOSTE 14 Classes PROGRAM FfcE KINDER GYM AND SWIM Tueoday and Thunday Ocfobor 29th to Doconibar 12th Instructor: CAM BROWN 14 Classes KINDER GYM AND SWIM Wadnooday and PROGRAM FEE Formerly it was free but now the province will supply it free only to people living along the Saskatchewan border everyone else in this nation's rat free province will have to pay for it Said agricultural fieldman Vern Arnold: "The best price we've been quoted is 91.49 for a three pound package." "The intention is to sell it as close to cost as said Coun. Gejdos. In other business, he said the county will not put out 10- 80 coyote bait this winter because the price of furs makes it attractive for pelt hunters to nab the pesky predators busy kill- ing sheep in the Rosedale Hutterite Colony area south of Etzikom. Pension plan man visits Taber A representative of the Lethbridge district office of the Canada Pension Plan win visit Tfiber Oct. 31 to meet with pensioners in Taber and uK HfuiTH HI ruling October 9001 to Instructor: CAM BROWN l4C4asses ......................................PROGRAMFEE denotes cWBd capable of moving in the water using no floating aids. Family Y Street South Field officer R. F. Viney will answer on the pension {Man, old age security and the guaranteed iuuuiue supplement Mr. Viney win be at the Taber Administration bonding from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 31. Regional play plan could add facilities FOREMOST (Staff) Bon- nie Ully of Skiff, Crowsnest Pass recreation director for the past 4V4 years, says a regional program could take recreation' to the people in smaller centres in the County of Forty Mile. Speaking to the county coun- cil Friday, Mrs. Ully said rather than having people drive, 30 miles to get to a recreation program, these could be established by train- ing leaders in places like Etzikom, Conquerville and Manyberries and by taking a recreation bus to outlying centres. "I brought to the 'Pass area (in provincial she told council. "This year before I left, I brought in (to the But councillors 'Pass communities are bunch- ed together and Forty Mile County centres are spread over the biggest county in Alberta, wondered if that kind of money would be available here through operational assistance grants under the Alberta Recreation Develop- ment Act. Coun Bill Gejdos of Skiff said the county is losing out on grants for recreation. Under Project Co opera- tion there is a basic grant of per incorporated municipality and H per capita per year may be shared equal- ly by municipal councils and community organizations. Fifty cents of this grant is available for the municipality and fifty cents to community organizations for use in in- dividual projects or in joint projects with -the municipality. Community organizations, tiowever, will be required to contribute an amount not less than that provided by the province. There is also the regional recreation incentive. This op- tion applies to municipalities with a population under and provides additional funding to the amount of 65 cents per capita per annum where two or more municipalities agree to pool their resources in the provi- sion of recreation services. The uses to which Project Co operation could apply are numerous: professional plans for cultural facilities such as hockey, skating or curling rinks, art galleries, oldtimers' recreation centres, snow- mobile parks, summer camps, golf courses, children's playgrounds, ski hills, trails for hiking, cycling, or skiing and trim tracks. Project Co operation will help renovate recreation facilities or construct new ones. It will help in the purchase of land, clearing or preparation of land, retire- ment of capital debt, and purchase of equipment. At the same time grants are available on the basis of per capita for the first pop- ulation of a municipality for the operation of recreation facilities. Asked county administrator Roy Wallman: "Of this 000 to you brought in, how much did the local people have to put up to meet said Mrs. Ully. "Not a cent." Said Coun. Russell Scratch of Foremost: "Some of it is outright. Some has to be met." Said Coun. Marg Dragland of Conquerville: "In this coun- ty I always think it is facilities we need lakes with some facilities; parks with facilities. There is a lot of things people can enjoy themselves that doesn't in- volve going to a school. When you are living on a farm you get quite busy. Some of these things seem like more work. Said Coun. Scratch: "We have talked about this quite often. This is something I have tried to say many times. Well, certainly card games are recreation. That is part of the whole thing. She enjoys somebody else enjoys something else." "A lot of said Mrs Ully, "is to get people out and socialize. To get people away from the TV." She outlined a plan she conceived to pump more interest and enthusiasm into minor hockey and coaching. It made sense to the councillors. It involves "thanking" coaches by giving honorariums of about "The coach is really happy he got that The next year he got training so he could get a 25 cents per game honorarium added on If you upgrade your coaches you will find a lot more kids getting back into hockey because they realize hockey is for everyone, not just the said Mrs. Ully. Coun. Frank Romeike said the county started out with a regional approach but now has three areas. He said Bow Island and Foremost would want to keep local autonomy Mrs Ully said the County of Stoney Plain bought a bus to take recreation programs out to the people. She said many programs are going on within two miles of the farm where she grew up with nothing in the way of recreation. She said a recreational trailer could be moved into a lake area for the summer and people would schedule their holidays to be near it. Sportful Goods Wfcoteiltr Specializing in firearms and fishing tackle re- quires a re-buyer.- Ex- perience an asset but not required. Reply in own handwriting to Box 96, Herald. Career for SALES PERSONNEL with opportunity for advancement. at me SERVICO CENTRE 33161st Ave.S. Company Benefit Program On the Job Training Apply in Person AUCTION MONDAY, NOV. 4 J 974 A.M. (M.S.T.) EDMONTON, ALBERTA NOTICE: This to a complete diaperaal for Disney Bros. Construction Ltd. of Prairie, St Paul Trucking Service of St. Paul, Alberta; Pederson A Martin Logging of Armstrong, B.C. and others: LOCATION: The Sale Lot is 2 miles West of Edmonton on Highway 16 to the Winterburn Interchange and 1 mile North. SALE SITE PHONE (403) CRAWLER TRACTORS: 4 Cat DSH's, (72, Cat D9G, Cat D8 3 Cat DTE's ('67, '66, Cat D7; 7 Cat D6C'S A-C HD16, ('69, IHC TD6, IHC TD142; Komatsu D50A Massey- Harris 500, WHEEL, CRAWLER LOADERS A BACKHOES: Cat 977H crawler loader; Cat 955H crawler loader; Cat 95 loader; Cat 933G crawler loader; Deere 544A loaders: Case 680C Terex 72-51 wheel loader; Komatsu D55S crawler loader; Hein-Wemer C12HD hydraulic crawler backhoe; Insley H2250B crawler backhoe. MOTOR A PULL SCRAPERS: Cat 619C motor scraper; Cat 619B motor scraper; Cat 80 pull scraper; Cat 70 pull scraper. GRADERS GRADALL: Champion D600 motor graders; Gallon T600B motor grader; Cat 70D motor grader; Gradall G1000 SKIDDERS: Timberjack 404 Timberjack 360GP Ranger 668 3 John Deere 540 (70, John 440 2 Tree Farmers C7 DUMP TRUCKS, WINCH TRUCK A WATER TRUCKS: 72 Chev. 70 dump; '67 G.M.C. 7500 dump; 71 Ford 8000 dump; '66 Ford 750 dump; I.H.C. R185 tractor; I.H.C. 1700 dump; 71 Ford 700 winch; 70 Kenworth 923 winch; '67 Kenworth winch; 73 Hayes H.D. gin pote truck; '66 G.M.C. 9500 tank. TANDEM AXLE TRACTORS: 74 Mack RL700; 73 Hayes Clipper 3756; 72 Hayes HD; 71 Hayes HD; 70 Hayes Clipper Hayes HD; 70 Kenworth 923; 70 Hayes HD3376 Log; '69 Kenworth W923; '69 Kenworth 923; Hayes HD; Mack R700; '68 Hayes HD: Hayes HD; Chev 80; G.M.C. 7500. SINGLE AXLE TRUCKS, PICKUPS: 74 Ford 100; 73 Ford 100; 72 Ford 100; 70 Ford F100; 70 G.M.C. ton; 70 I.H.C. 1200 crew cab; 72 Ford 250 crew cab: 72 Ford 250; 71 Ford 700 cab and chassis; I.H.C. 1800 flat deck; 74 Ford 250 73 Ford 250 Ford 250 G.M.C. 4 wheel drive. CARS: 70 Cadillac Sedan DeVilte; 72 Chev: Dune Buggy. VAN TRUCKS: 71 G.M.C. 5500; '68 I.H.C. 1700; '65 Ford 350. LIGHT PLANTS, POWER UNITS A WELDERS: 73 E.M. light plant: 31 K.V.A.; Uster 7 K.V.A. light plant: Lister 3 K.VJL light plant; Lincoln 200 amp wekJen Lincoln 225 amp welder; Honda 4 K.W. dfeseJ light plant BOMBARDIER: 72 Bombardier Model 71. TRAILERS: New Fruehauf single- drop lowboy: 3-9 foot wide lowboy's; 3 Fruehauf oilfield floats. ALL POLE TRAILERS WILL BE SOLD COMPLETE WITH BULL BOARDS: 5-Page Page log trailers; S Columbia log trailers; 1 Pacific iog trailer; 1 Fruehauf log trailer, these are 20 and 25 ton capacity, 16 PIECES OF CAMP EQUIPMENT: Cook- house; Office Trailers; Bunkhouses; Utility Trailers: ATTACHMENTS: Cat 3 position parallelogram rippers; Cat No. 8 hinge rippers: mobile forkfift Hyster power shin winches; Hyster power shift logging winches; Carco winches: 29 C.C.U.; 25 C.C.U.: Gallon snow plow and wing. MISCELLANEOUS: Ib. cherry picker, Gardner-Denver portable air compressor; Allied model 6000 Ho Ftam Boom Mount "pneumatic impact hammer: air chipping hammers; fuel tanks: pressure washer; grinders; vices; press; assorted shop tools; miscellaneous office furniture. Tiwro AUCTIONS MJ H T7E 5T2 ;