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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE 1ETHBRIDOE HERAID Thuisdpy, September 2, 1971 This is how it's dons today THOSE WERE THE DAYS The Intricacies of modem agricultural technology gives miny farm types the willies when first watching the giant threshing machines moving In military style uniformity the hugh acreages in Canada. But for a true test of patience, perserverance and and hard work, this turn of UK century photo shows one of the stages of harvest and the number of men and hors- es needed to complete the job. The women In the pbolo must have arrived in Ihc car- riage at the right, perhaps with lunch. MLA salaries are an unkent secret One topic always good for an argument is the salaries Serving you with INTEGRITY STABILITY EXPERIENCE For over 60 years write all kindi of INSURANCE HOME-BU5INESS-FARM- AUTO-ond LIFE and can save you MONEY SEE US SOON- fORSTf R AGENCY A continuous family enterprise for over 60 yean 7063rd Ave. S., Lethbridge Phgni 327.2793 paid to elected representa- tives in all levels of govern- ment. What will the newly-elected members of Alberta's Legis- lative Assembly earn? According to the Canadian Parliamentary Guide, eacli member's sessional indem- nity amounts lo plus expense allowance plus S15 per day for each day during the session when the member is "necessarily absent from his ordinary place of residence." Both the sessional indem- nity and the expense allow- ance ETC tax-free. In addition Lo the sessional indemnity, I he premier re- ceives a Other ministers rcc'Civo Slii.QOO. The leader of the opposition gets a sessional indemnity of plus SS.CQO expense al- j lowance, plus office allowance, plus ?lo a day while absent from his ordi- nary place of residence. Social worker appointed City planning director to review building code Building standards mainte- nance for existing commercial establishments will receive the attention of the city planning director during Uie next week. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EnDY DIETRICH Certified Denial Mechanic Capitol Furniture Bldg. Hi PHONE 328-7684M [Ic Ji.is iK-'On ;i.skcd by the Municipal Planning Commis- sion to look inlo Ihe pos.sibilUy of forcing building mvm-rs, through legislation, to keep their buildings clean. The request came from Al- clcrman C. W. Chichesicr. n member of MPC snggfs.lrd Uie MFC consider recommend- ing such legislation to cily council. Envin Adderley, director of planning, said lbf> zouing by-law deals with applications for de- velopment hut that he would ciicck wilh the t-ily suhrilw lo determine if the maintenance after development, Noel Isadoi'e, a social worker I with the Edmonton office ol the j dc-parlment of Indian affairs, i lias been appointed to the post of director of social services for Ihe Blood-Peigan district of southern Alberta. The appoint- ment is effective Sept. 1. Mr. Isadora will replace Rein i Ecgienemnn has accepted the post for the past two years. Mr. j Berincneman has accepted the position of executive director of. the Red Deer Family Service. Trip i ffi PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING SCHEDULE Thursday, September 2nd Monday, September 6rh, 1971 DATE Thun. Sept. 2nJ Frl. Sept. 3rd Sat. Sept. 4th Sun. Sept. 5th Mon. Sept. 6lh "Labor Day" FRITZ SICK POOl Closed Closed Closed CLOSED CLOSED UONS POOl HENDERSON POOl Public Swim Public Swim Public Swim Public Swim Public Swim Public Swim Public Swim Public Swim Public Swim Public Swim iUnivcrsilv I t service CumiiHilcr 1ms service brnin SVjpL 7 ilo-.vn- Imvn r.ethbriflpe nml (lie v CM- s i I y of Lolhhridge Wcsl The first, 15 minute run leave from the norllnvt st cor- ner 'lib Avc. fith SI. S. through Friday ;il Subsequent, runs will bn at. n n.in., 9 a.m., 11 a. m. and p.m. In Iho aflcnioon. I ho bn.s will leave rUnmUnvn ;il nnd fii.'M. Kvo- ning runs IK; at nml A shntlle KIT vim h ('tween Ihc (i i id West Campuses was cnncellcd .'10 hill will ro- Mime, when chi.s.sos Srul. ires out Um'.nt rainfall in Watcrton park li.n.s rc- (iuccd 111? fire hnza.nl to zero. Ke.Mriclinns on open fires, imposed when dry re- filled in an cxrcmc hazard, have 'KTII lifted. Wrsl nf Ilic Forme, Crar.brook and Creslon region had cooler temperatures and rain uliieh put a damper on Ihe fire in lhat area. and rain helped re- duce the hazard in the Kam- loi.ps and Nelson districts Mon- day, bill lightning created new problems. TjiRhlning strikes were blamed for new fires. Til? lire hnziml remains bipli aniiiixl Peniiclon and Kelowna, nicthcr of which has had rain. City pioneer dies at 76 A weJl-known district pioneer and politician, H. G. (Sieve) Houllon, 7G, died Aug. 30. Mr. Houllon, who immi- grated to Canada in 1905, moved to this area in the 1920s where he was employed by Smilh Farms Ltd., then consid- ered the largest and most ad- vanced irriealion farm in op- eration in Canada. In 10M he became the farm's general manager until 1947 when the farm was sold. While the general manager of the farm. Mr. HouUon won the WVeat King title at the To- ronto Royal Ffiir and Tvas also i n s t r u mental in introducing swrar beets into southern Al- berta. He was also one of the ori- ginal directors of Hie Alterta Beet Growers' Association and at one time was the group's vice-president. Mr. Houlton also helped to or- ganize the S'c. Jlary Milk River Irrigation District. Jn 1936 he was presented with the King George VI cor- onation medal for distinguished community service. During the late 1930s and early 1940s he became presi- STEVE HOULTON dent of tire Leflibridge Fair Board. In 1947 he purchased part of the Smith Farms and lived there until the time of his death. An active politician, Jfr. Houlton was elected to the council of the Municipal Dis- trict of Letlibridge in 1954. He continued to serve as a councillor for the district until it was dissolved in 1M3 and the County of Lcthbridge form- ed. Mi'. Houlton was re-eleeled ns councillor for the County of LcLhhridgc. Later Ilial year he was elect- ed reeve of the a position he retained until his death. He is survived by his wife Andrce. two sons, Alan of Cal- gary and Harold of Havre, Montana and seven grandchil- dren and a brother and sister in England. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed by Martin Bros. Ltd. Friendship centre will wait for new government's action Directors of the Lethbridge Friendship Centre Society de- cided Wednesday not to support a one-day protest closure call- ed by the provincial society to protest the threatened perma- nent closure of the Calgary cen- tre. Unless centres in Calgary and Edmonton receive more operating funds from the pro- vincial government they may he forced to close their doors, the group was told in a letter from the Calgary centre of- ficials. The Lelhbridge centre, which is 90 per cent financed by pro- vincial grants, decided to wait until Alberta Friendship Centre president Erick Cormack had spoken to the new minister of social development before tak- ing any further action. CGA will have full slate for Oct. 13 civic election As the Sept. 11 nomination deadline for the Oct. 13 civic electfom draws closer, tire Civic Govern ment Association is moving closer to its goal of a full slate of candidates. Bill Russell, who chaired a CGA meeting Wednesday in the absence of Charles Virtue, as- sociation president, said the group was hoping for a full state and was "moving toward" this objective. He added that while the as- sociation intended lo present a full slate of candidates to a public nominating meeting Sept. 8 in the Fleelwood-Baw- den Elementary School au- ditorium, it was also looking for nominations from the floor. He advised anyone wishing to attend the meeting as a nom- inee to bring along a nomina- tor to present him at the meet- ing. The CGA is a non-partisan group whose aim is to ensure there are enough candidates to fill all vacancies on local elec- tive bodies. All positions on city council and hospital and schwl boards are open this year for the first time, under a 1968 change in the Municipal Gov- ernment Act, the full effect of which is now being felt. The CGA will organize and pay for a moderate campaign for each candidate It endorses. Motorists urged to take extra care Retired Thomas E. Harris, retired public works superintendent, was presented a silver tray and savings certificate on behalf of the City of Lethbridge at a re- cent council meeting. The presentation was made in recognition of Mr. Harris' 35 years of service to Lcthbridge as a city employee. Jlr. Harris began as a la- borer for the city in 1936. He became a public works fore- man in 1947 and three years later was promoted to public works superintendent, a posi- tion he retained until his re- tirement earlier this summer. The Lethbridge subdivision of the RCMP appeals to all mo- torists to drive with extra care and caution during the Labor Day weekend, when heavy traf- fic conditions will prevail throughout the province. RCMP traffic patrols will be increased throughout the area in a continuing effort to con- trol the number of traffic acci- dents. Many of Alberla's fatal traf- fic crashes recur under Ideal conditions on straight roads, in daylight. They often occur near home on roads the driv- ers are familiar with. SMILEY'S PLUMBING GIASS LINED WATER HtATEKS SI 10 up Installed Phone 329-3176 Thinking of Furniture, TV, Appliances TH.NKOF SIDORSKY'S OPENING SOON AT 542 13fh ST. NORTH, LETHBRIDGE IF SIDORSKY'S CANT SELL FOR LESS-WHO CAN? INVITATION The DEPARTMENT of REGIONAL ECONOMIC EXPANSION invites the PUBLIC to visit their Mobile Information Center located at 6th St. and 5th Ave. S. PURPOSE? An audio visual presentation and documentation centre will inform on the department's OBJECTIVES and PROGRAMS. COMING: Fri., Sat., Sun. Mon., Sept. 3, 4, 5, 6 OPEN: 12-10 P.M. DAILY ;