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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Farewell supper NATAI. (HNS) Members of St. Michael's Parish in Spar- wood, through Hie combined ef- forts of the Catholic Women's League, Mount Carmcl Society and Father Anthony OMl Coun- cil to Ihe Knights of Columbus, r e c e n t iy attended a farewell supper in SI. Michael's Hall in Itcv. Fattier Leslie honor of Trainor. Father Tratnor, who has liccii the parish priest in Natal and Sparwood since 1954, is being transferred and will shortly leave for Ilutland, B.C. where he will reside and continue his duties as parish priest in thai community. With a number ol priests being transferred in tho Nelson Diocese, Father Trainer's replacement as par- ish priest in Sparwood wilt be Uev. Father J. Smith. Pension session Canada Pension Plan official It. K. will lie in attcnii- ance at: Plan, the old age security and the guaranteed income supple- ment. lie will also provide assist- Federal ions. Building, Sept. 7, 10 a.m. lo p.m. I'INCIIKH CItKKK Town council chambers, Sept. 8, 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Mr. Viney will answer que- ries on the Canada I'cnsion ance in Ihe filing of applica- Dust pollution complaint rerouted COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) -1 ly submitted a complaint re- Coleman council has learned from flic Hon. William Yurko of the department of environment garding dust pollution from the local coal-cleaning plant should direct its complaint to E. E. that the delegation that recent-1 Kupchanko, director of pollu- Mail Orders Will Promptly Be Attended To STERLING SHOES 320A 6th St. S. Lethbridge, Alberta OPEN THURSDAY TILL P.M. tion control, department of en- vironment, Edmonton. A delegation from the Cole- man Credit and Savings Union discussed with council several problems that have arisen from the steep incline and wat- er seepage at the site of the. new Credit Union building un- constructiorffvcast of the Satellite Cafe. Council will send a letter of support to the Lethbridge Win- ter Games Committee in its bid for the 1975 Canadian Win ler Games. Permission was given to C Slraathof to open a plumbing and heating business in town providing he meets tbe neces- sary fiflancfal requirements. A cheque for was receiv ed from the 'Pass pool com millee for use of the Colemai arena for the Calgary Rcuniqi Club social that was held the arena. A letter was received from Tion Norclquist of CFCN-TV ad vising that he is proceeding with details regarding installa ilon of a satellite station 01 Bluff Mountain lo serve thi Crowsncst Pass area. He wi] meet soon for a confercno with council. Ace construction has been en gaged to assist town crews in installation of power lines t Pine View Drive, the town's new subdivision. Mrs. Irene Filafilo, on a tw months leave of absence, wil resume duties on a part-tun basis at the town office. Stubble burns School division purchases buses -----------------Thundoy, Augujt 3T, 1972 THE LnHfiRIOGE HERALD I i Mobile homes welcomed By HOSS (illili Herald News Service TABER Taber School Div- kion No. 6 has purchased six new 54-passengcr school buses from Thomas Built Bus Sales for -jJSi, COAI.DALE (HNS) The Joaldale Volunteer Fire lartment recently answered a call to a fire on the Androko- 'ich Bros, farm about f o u miles east and six miles south of town, A stubble field had caught 'ire. Owners of the land said about SO acres of stubble, with baled straw and straw not yet baled lad burned. Shower held GfiANUM (HNS) Patricia Mackintosh was honored recent- ly at a community shower held in Ihe United Church lull. The backdrop behind the bride-clccl was decorated with streamers and nosegays while the centre giEt table was dec- orated with a replica ot Kt. Mi- chael's Hospital and bouquets of fresh garden flowers. Loma Jean Mackintosh and Mrs. A. Mackintosh assisted in unwrapping the gifts. The committee gift was a number of pieces for a tea set. Meet Sept. 11 COALDAU: (IKS) Due to the Labor Day holiday, Ihe next meeting of the Coaidale Com- munity Hospital Women's Aux- iliary will be held at 8 p.m. Monday, Sept. 11, in the hospi- tal hoard room. Wins gold watch WARNER (UN'S) Wilford Peterson, former agent for the Federal Grain Company here, has been awarded a gold watch and a 25 year pin for his ser- vices to (lie company. Mr. Peterson is now an agent for the Alberta Wheat Pool. THe busesJSgMS: set or. Inter- national The trustees accepted the low- est of seven tenders from five suppliers, including options on Chevrolet and International chasses. The price range was from to Added to the Thomas bid of were 332 cubic Inch en- gines and automatic transmiS' sions for two of the units des ignated for use in Vauxhall and Taber. The larger motors were priced at each and the transmissions were each. Trustees turned down a sug- gestion that school buses be covered with glass insurance at a cost of more than in annual premiums. The question arose after ap- proval was given for replace- ment of a windshield which was considerably less than the premium increase. Trustees turned down a pro- posal that re-refined oil be used in the bus fleet. This is oil recovered and reclaimed after oil changes. Thougli such oil is reputedly top grade, the saving to the division would be only per year (oil and gasoline Is pur- chased by tender) anO not worth the chance and nuisance of purchasing outside the an- nual agreements, Of two offers driver training to car ,-ly a the year, Ihe board elected to use a Chevrolet from Wallace Mc- Donald and Sons of Tabcr. Driver training classes will again he held at (he W. R. Myers Higli school here. If en- rolment warrants, a class will bo held at the Vauxhall High School CQAMIALH (HNS) tovai will soon have sites ready for 20 mobile home units. At i recent meeting ol town council, a bylaw was passed paving the way for 14 mobile home sites. Each site has provisions for two homes. The 10 new mobile home sites, enough for another 20 units, are located in a newly-developing area which was purchased by (he town in the past year. Final arrangements on regis- tering and approving the subdi- vision plan are under way. When this is completed, servic- ing will be done. New Imildiiig CRANBROOK (Special) With excavation already done, Taylor Construction I-.M. of Penlicton has started tho single-storey MacDon- ald-Beattie-Noble Ltd. building on the former post office site at Baker and 10th Ave. Canadian Imperial Bank will lease tho Baker St. frontage, on the corner and the pioneer drug store will occupy lie oth- er Baker St. frontage, jus la few doors from its 72-year-old present site. Early 1973 occupation is plan- ned. alive with deep-down satisfaction Take a Closer Look! Look at our Business Stationery ft 's Xour show window to the busi- ness world! LeJ The Herald's Printing Division show you how to give your firm a new look modern, smarlly designed office stationery. We ore Printer! of Letterheads Envelopei Statement! Invoices iorfgor NCR Formi One-Time Carbon foimt Butinest for Estimiies and Service, Call The lethbridge Herald Printing and Lithography Division PHONE 327-3203 or 328-4411 Brewed from the heart of Alberta's world famous Conquest barley malt. trawd waAwtffff MS _-ir> jOiT ift Come on overto Calgary Export. It's brewed from the world's finest Conquest barley malt ripened io golden perfection under the western prairie sun. Here's beer the way beer should taste bursting with flavour, alive with deep-down satisfaction from the very first glass. Earned a man-sized thirst? Reach for Calgary Export, Come on over to Caigary Export. It's big, bold and beautiful! The Canadian Union of Public Employees... service, not servitude! More than strong throughout Canada and growing at a rate of more tlian new members every month. Municipal employees. School hoard workers. Hospital employees. People from Hydro and olher public utilities.The CBC. Policemen and provincial government employees in some provinces. University employees. Workers at homes for the aged. Library workers. CUPE is all types of workers blua collar, clerical, technical, manual and professional. We're proud of the service vva provide to the public. Our CUPE membership guarantees that we provide that service sorvitudel Have a happy Labour Day Weekend it's ours to enjoy I CANADIAN UNION OF PUBLIC EMPLOYEES 207 13th Street North lethbridge-327-6133 ;