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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Experimental well could lead to new Blairmore water supply DISTRICT By VERN DeCOUX CN'P Bureau BLAIRMORE Town coun- has given the go-ahead for a 3-ew to dig a test hole for a jroposed new water supply for town. The approval came at a re- Mnt council meeting after coun- cillors heard a. report that a tesl hole near the town chlorina- tion plant could lead to a much- sought auxiliary water supply.. The town has been searching for an alternate supply to use each year when the local reser- voir is cleaned and dredged of the accumulated silt. A new supply of water will also provide for the increasing Mellow sliower at Turin TURIN A commu- nity shower was held recently in the Turin School auditor- ium to honor Mrs. M. recent bride of Merton Mellow of Turin. Mrs. J. Hammon introduced the bride and was in charge of the entertainment. Miss Denise accom- panied by her mother on the piano presented two vocal solos. Mrs. E. McBeath presented the gifts. Mrs. P. sister-in-law of the assisted the bride at the gift table. McBeath sliower at Turin TURIN Mrs. McBeath was B. the guest of honor at a community shower held in the Turin School auditorium. She is the recent bride of Brian McBeath formerly of now residing in Calgary. The auditorium was decor- ated with white streamers and bells. Musical notes surrounded the name of the bride and groom. Mrs. J. Hammon played sev- eral musical melodies on the piano. The guest of honor was as- sisted at the gift table by her Mrs. B. Gostola of Calgary- demands now being felt. The test hole will be checked every day to determine the quantity of water available a the site. Crowsnest Pass towns may be enjoying cable television in the near future if the applica- tion to C.R.T.C. for the installa- tion of cable service in the Pass by Crowsnest Cable a Cranbrook B.C. firm is approv- ed. Council endorsed the applica- tion for the service. If approved the cable television would give improved reception in this area as well as providing additional Canadian and some United States channels. The old barnyard type of lighting in west Blairmore may be improved by installation of mercury vapor lamps if the town and Calgary Power can negotiate proposals for the change. A meeting of the two Jxxlies is planned but no date An application by the Pass Red Devils Hockey team to have ice available in the Blair- more arena by Sept. 16 was approved. Mayor Ernie Fantin in- formed council that four cabi- net David of municipal W. J. minister of en- D. min- ister of mines and minerals and F. H. minister of In- dustry and Commerce would be meeting with council during the tour of the cabinet in the Pass on Sept. 17. Other ministers will also be present and a reception is being planned. Town crews will be plac- ing additional markings on the streets in town in an effort to have crosswalks more easily recognized by motorists. Mayor Fantin and munici- pal secretary Alrik Tiberg will travel to Jasper to attend the Alberta Urban Municipalities Convention to be held in that i centre on Sept. 25 to 28. Fernie Credit Union hits deposit mark Augun rut itlrtDKIDOE HtKALD y. Trustees do own school contracting B.C. De- posits at the Fernie and Dis- trict Credit Union reached the mark for the first time recently. A payroll deduction cheque from Kaiser Resources Limit- ed brought the assets to the record level. The credit union has grown steadily since it moved from Fernie to Sparwood. Member- ship is now about 350. The union has been under the supervision of the British Col- umbia Central Credit Union since the re-building process began about a year and the objectives have been met. The major objective of assets of met well ahead of the anticipated date. The next ob- jective will be to further in- crease the asset position. The largest portion of assets is re-introduced into the com- munity in the form of loans to time all of the available loan money has been used and the credit union has sought permis- sion to borrow funds from oth- er sources to fill the needs of its members. By P. .1. CHALA Sparwood Correspondent B.C. At a recent meeting cf the board of school trustees for School Dis- trict No. 1 the board decided to serve as its own con- tractor for the extension to of some 1 low of to a high of The low bid from Delta In- stallations Limited of was accepted by the board subject to the firm's acceptance revisions which To encourage members place more savings with the Credit the rates on de- Sparwood Secondary School. Only one tender was received j for the contract with the bid posits have'' recently been in- and now stand better than the rates offered by most banking institutions. For ex- members. At a five-year term deposit will earn the deposit zr eight per Cent per a three- year deposit earns seven and one-half per cent. The one- year deposit earns seven per cent and the working called special earns six per cent. The Credit Union office is lo- cated in the basement of the new Union Hall in Sparwocd. The manager is Mrs. Norma to I at the funds avail- able for the as approved by the taxpayers in amount to only plus whatever fund's the board can transfer from other projects and which have been declared as surplus. present Turner the board can call for bids for the sub-contracts and 'can authorize the progress of the work as favorable bids are received. The architect hired to design the additions has agreed to for a fee. as the con- struction supervisor for the contract. The board also studied the bids for additions to the Elkford Elementary School. Three bids were received ranging from a would reduce the contract price to a saving. If such a saving is realized on the contract the funds could be de- clared surplus to that project and applied to other capital projects in the district. The board also learned that permission had been granted by the Village of Elkford _ for the additional trailer pads on the school property there. SAW BRAZIL TYRRELL'S LAKE Kent Furness. recent mission- ary to Brazil and now of visited here re- cently. Karpiuk sliower in Edmonton ETZIKOM A re- cent shower honored Glo- ria Marie daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bye of Milk River. Assisting the bride-to-be with her gifts were the prospective groom's Rita Kana and Teresa Naglar. A gift from the Faith Cath- oiic Women's a table- was signed by each wom- an at the door. it ENERSON'S CONDITIONED CAR much as Sivini instructors Nina on lifeguard Mike Peter- and Karen show signs of relief that three sessions of summer swimming lessons at the Picture Butte pool are just about over. The pool closes Sept. 3. 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Valencia saddle interior air 400 radio vinyl roof honey comb steel belt Retail Price CCflHQ NOW ONLY 9DUU9 No. 9181 SAVE POKTIAC CATALINA 4-DR. Burma white interior. air 350 vinyl custom Retail Price NOW ONLY No. 9428 SAVE BUICK CENTURY 4-DR. SPT. sandalwood in- air 350 tilt bumper 2 tone paint. Retail Price NOW ONLY.................. I U No. 9314 SAVE BUICK CENTURION 4-dr. brown and sandalwood in- air 455 reor 4 note tilt two tons Retail Price NOW ONLY No. 9453 SAVE BUICK CENTURION 4-DR. air 455 vinyl power power cruise tilt rear speed bumper Retail Price NOW ONLY f No. 9445 SAVE S1373 BUICK CENTURION 4-DR. gold-sandalwood air 455 rear speak- block tilt Retail Price CC7QO NOW ONLY f 9U No. 9564 SAVE S175O BUICK ELECTRA LIMITED 4 DR. cream saddle air power deck power power limited trim and tint- ed bumper elec. tilt cruise vinyl AM-FM radio and steel belted Retail Price NOW ONLY Air Conditioned MTE FINANCING CARS IN STOCK 1 Alt MAKES ALL MODELS ALL YEAR-END PRICED SAVE ALBERTA CORK COMMITTEE 1973 TOUR AUGUST 30 Canada Research Lethbridge View hybrid trials Birch Taber Forage harvesting demonstrations The latest corn forage equipment from Allis Chalmers Fox John Deere and New Holland will be operating in a corn field lunch Farms Vauxhall View grain corn field silage corn grown under center pivot sprinkler systems at Lakeside Feed- Brooks and at L and K Basso no. ANYONE INTERESTED IN THE CORN INDUSTRY A.T.-TURBO HYDRAMATIC P.S.-POWER STEERING P.B.-POWER BRAKES WIDE OPEN 9P.M. EMERSON'S Of PONTIAC G.M.C. DONTOWN en 4th S. PHONE 327-5705 BUICK ;