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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, September LETHBRIDGE South in short Cable TV construction to begin TABER (HNS) Kenneth Greentree, president of Taber Cable Television Ltd., has announced that construction of the first phase of the cablevision system will begin early in October. Initial construction will include the receiving tower atop the south Taber water tower. The system to serve residences south of the highway. The company's office will be located at 5309 48th St. in the building formerly known as the Taber Cafe Rose Room and the office of CIS insurance. Servicing the area north of the highway will proceed progressively as long as weather conditions permit the installa- tion of buried service cable. Mr. Greentree says that the system will carry CBC, CTV, NBC, CBS and ABC television programs in addition to some programs of local origination. Basket social Wednesday FORT MACLEOD The Midnight Squares will hold its regular square dance at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the Fort Macleod elementary school. Women may bring basket lunches. Everyone is welcome. Crocuses blooming at Cowley COWLEY Mrs. John Percevault and her son, Eugene, 3, picked crocuses on the weekend four miles north of here. Elks9 deputy to tour lodges BLAIRMORE (CNPBureau) Charles Wesley of Granum, district deputy grand exalted ruler of the Elks, will visit lodges in October and November. He will visit Elkford Elks Oct. 8; Coleman, Oct. 10; Pincher Creek, Oct. 16; Fort Macleod, Oct 22; and Blairmore, Nov. 7. Fernie and Granum visits have not been scheduled. The grand exalted ruler was to visit Fort Macleod today and will visit Coleman Thursday. The Granum lodge will take the travelling gavel to Fernie, Fernie will take it to Coleman, Coleman will take it to Blair- more, Blairmore to Elkford, and Elkford to Fort Macleod Elks, who will return the gavel to Granum. Inquest ordered at Sparwood SPARWOOD (HNS) An inquest to determine the cause of death of Alfred Charles Hailes, 18, of Sparwood, killed at about 3 a.m. July 9 when the car in which he was a passenger went out of control, will be held at p.m. Thursday in the Sparwood Court House. The accident took place one mile east of here on Highway 3. Raymond Joss, 18, of Sparwood was the driver. He suffered severe injuries in the crash. Pension officer to visit Canada pension plan officers will be visiting four Southern Alberta centres this week to answer resident's queries in the Canada pension plan, the old age pension and the guaranteed in- come supplement. R. F. Viney will assist in filing applications for benefits. He will be at the Taber Administration Building Thursday from 1 to 4 p.m. Other CPP officers will visit the Nanton Town Hall Thurs- day from 10 a.m. to noon; Claresholm Senior Citizens' Drop in Centre, Thursday from to 4 p.m. and Friday from 8 to a.m., and Fort Macleod Town Hall, Friday from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Evening to honor RCMP BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) The Crowsnest Pass RCMP Centennial Com- mittee, a branch of the local tourist association, has an- nounced that plans are being made for an Appreciation Night to honor the RCMP. Mrs. Olga Krugg of Coleman and Veno Pozzi of 6t Lithe iaann QUALITY PRODUCTS ------.4 TMrVa Wail f Business Forms DESIGNED AND MANUFACTURED IN LETHBRIDGE Hillcrest have completed the arrangements for the banquet supper to be held in the Elks Hall here Oct. 5. An evening of dancing will follow the supper. Admission has been set at per person. Tickets may be obtained from either Mrs. Krugg or Veno Pozzi and only 200 will be sold for the banquet and an ad- ditional 50 for the dance. The committee has advised that all RCMP members now serving the Blairmore detach- ment and those who served during the past two years will be invited to the event. Replacement officers will be on duty during the evening. To mark the RCMP centen- nial, the local committee con- tacted the Canadian Mint and has a large number of nickel dollars and a lesser amount of sterling and gold coins minted for souvenirs and sale in the area. Healing Substance... Shrinks Piles, Checks Itch healing suhstano: proven to shrink hemorrhoids...and repair damaged (issue. A renowned rexcjrch anMiUrtc wnh a hcatac wi3Ti.pioTu.-nl IViio fioiinpllj nni? wnlK or] IPII Kin u offered inoinlmcnlJTid 5 Inn fonn II. k.ik-. .ind climnw- Vvs ip.i nifiil. ll licljv. lJPTI wbl4.ll Is .T CJllM." .llJvl ,lvV And I'lciMLilion H J in.im1.nned in I'jeiMl.ilion wnc otfi .1 pcTjixJ of 9 ItNK.wt' on with a wu3c of JwmoTllioHJal All llii-. ivl for Tks OT illi f Vulcan program." Mr. and several staff members will visit Vulcan to learn about the new machine. Council agreed to offer the following lands for sale by tender Jan. northeast quarter of Section 20, Township 12. Range 9: the southeast quarter of Section 28. Township 12. Range 9: southwest quarter of Section 33. Township 12, Range 9; and the southeast quarter of Sec- tion 12. Township 7, Range 7. all west of the Fourth Meridian. Thank You! THE COALDALE ROTARY CLUB Would like to thank the business and citizens of the Coaldale area who supported and contributed to the Coaldale Rotary Community Auction whic'i was held September 13th. 1974. The proceeds from th'S auction are to be used for the Rotary Community Services. THE COALDALE ROTARY CLUB COALDALE ALL BREEDS EXOTIC SALE Tues., Oct 1st at p.m. Killam Auction Market KILLAM, ALBERTA APPROX. 100 LOTS ON OFFER Stood Slnrmwtal Cow wWh Sbnnwnufl vim Bull S-1A Blood Slmtrwrrtal Bred 13-14 Bl od Open 1-% Blood Ptnzgnwr 35-% Blood Opvn Bred Anjou Blood Tr Hrftort Blood Nomwndy Bleed Bl HMter 2-V> Blood Umourtn HMtan 20 Comnwroto Blond PAqoMin and V, Blood StmnwnM Birth 1 Brown Swfe. 3M. ...MORE COMING CctBloquts Available For Information Contact: Camrose and Killam Auction Markets fcox 1808 CamroM, Alberta e'T2-44f6 Forty Mile ponders grants to cemeteries FOREMOST Coun. Ed Torsher of Bow Island told the recent County of Forty Mile council meeting it should formulate an orderly policy for grants to cemeteries. He said he is sure many more requests for grants will follow one the county council approved Friday a grant to supply 100 fence posts to the St. Anthony's Roman Catholic Church cemetery on the Etzikom road about 14 miles south of Whitla. Coun. Torsher said he knew of one case where two people will each put in one half a day's work on a private cemetery. "I am going to expect their request will be honored the same as this said Coun. Torsher. "I would certainly say they said Coun. Marg Dragland of Conquerville. "I feel what's fair for one is fair for said Coun. Torsher. He said the policy should be retroactive for one year. Coun. William George McFall of Etzikom said the county has been supplying fence posts to cemeteries for years. But he was corrected by Reeve Dan Vanden Berg. The reeve said: "Not for active church cemeteries." Coun. Dragland says she favprs grants to all cemeteries because with some effort they can start to look like something. Said Coun. McFall: "Some people get some big ideas as long as they don't have to do the work." Reeve Vanden Berg, Coun Carcasses at dump prompt county check William Kenneth Babe and Coun. Bill Gejdos have been named to a committee to review applications for the post of assistant ad- ministrator of the county. They were given authority to act. Raymond Smith's resigna- tion was accepted with regret. He has accepted a similar position at Olds. Councillors Torsher and McFall Friday began studying applications for the position of county utility officer. His salary will be paid by a per annum provincial govern- ment grant. Council scheduled its annual tax recovery sale for 2 p.m. Dec. 12. Reserve price is six times the assessed value. To retain 1971, 1972 and 1973 tax arrears must be fully paid, said secretary treasurer Roy Wallman. Charles Coverdale of Foremost will get a refund of paid in lieu of reserve (planning stipulation to provide recreation areas) because he has decided not to subdivide land north of the railway tracks here. CLARESHOLM (Staff) An irate Fort Macleod resi- dent has sent Willow Creek Municipal District councillors to various dumps, checking to see if signs are erected prohibiting the dumping of animal carcasses. Coun. Jim Lowe of Nanton says the Nanton dump has at least two signs prohibiting dumping of dead animals. These were erected after a Nanton area piggery burned down and the dump was littered with dead pigs. A Fort Macleod citizen wrote council recently that he had spotted a dead pig at the Fort Macleod dump. The com- plainant said this dump is over the watershed that drains into the Oldman River. He wants the dump posted. He also wants local veterinarians to co operate with the RCMP so that offenders can be instructed to have their dead animals removed for rendering. Coun. John Zoeteman of vort Macleod said the town dump has a special area set aside for a rendering plant pick-up. Reeve George Whitehead instructed councillors to check their local dumps and report back to the October meeting. The Nanton dump is posted with signs that read: "Notice, no dead animals allowed by order town council 1971 health act." and the sign gives a telephone number for a free animal carcass pick-up. Councillors check signs This sign at Stavely dump doesn't pro- hibit dumping dead animals. COMING! Check your home for pre-winter needs new! Aluminum Storm Windows Priced from up Aluminum Self-Storing Doors With Safety Glass Caulking Compound New heavy duty caulking compound.........Par Tube Weatherstrip Aluminum and PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW1 Insulation Roofing ADVANCE LUMBER CO. LTD. PIONEER LUMBER DEALER SINCE 7925" Corner 2nd Are. and 13th SI. S. Phone 328-3301 ;