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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 IFTHB5IDG! HE1AID Schjrdov. 5, 19'J District News Speaks Cotr.m-l'.r. Hospital relative to BO'an Gretn of Eng- i- -mel A--CJE.--- at oners-Jon of 5feak 5 2 Vo-.-is1--. 4. b the Church (Anglican: Sunday recent M EMO suggestions 2-c in r.vea. FOREMOST 'Special: The Can ri Memorial evenr Meels Tuesday CN--j LI the Coirnty rf have its (HNS) The _ c-sr. [or meeting eir.erge-- Cos'.dale and District Fis'n and o-S- may arise. Garr.e Association will mee'. a! 5 were 3 p.m. Tuesday. Dec. 5, in the --e V't-V nil recently by the John Davidson School. school committee and ac'.icr. is KaulLt? of travel to tr.e trout tj taken The p.-.-d deve'-jrrr.e.-c v.-ill be dis- --N? Bureau Shower held A mwtL-.i ci the 'Pass Trail- -ire c( teschers ard sfJtie-ts. ETZIKOSI A shcrr- he such as or er he'.d ir. the I CommiiiMly Hall to hocor Mrs. Emil Hci'-ricn tree Brenda Mrs. John (Mynle) Schmidt K charge acd Mn. Ruth Collirs at the luncheon c'.oth that tvery guest signed. New role for Eugene Mission School [o public schools Wi Ihh fiscal year lor building r retarded closed tv-rj vears aro, rvi the federal governing conversion to aduh VIM, ar.d' resident V-J-G the property. Jx'.CO1) expenditure the fiy- j some of tnc-m 'o boa ruin a FEEDERS FARMERS WELDERS HANDYMEN HOMEOWNERS We tntrf a taaip'e'a ilsck of IM F'.ATS BEAMS WIDE FLANGES RAILS IOUNOS SCUASES PLATES SHEETS _ RECTANGULAR AND SQUARE TUNING REINFORCING STESL Wl'E MESH PIPE GAIO3E FOS FENCc POSTS CtOTKESllfiE POLES C3LUVNS C! FC5 OTHER USE YOU MAY HAVE. 2.000 TONS TO CHOOSE FROM Bring in your and load up at bargain prices We aho E''-g in sertp iteel cast ircn bolteriai radialcn copper !hs bast trcd; valu5 ever clia pa ccjM STEEL YARD LOCATION 22Q3 2nd Ave. N. SCRAP LOCATION 3402 2nd Ava. N. Christmas tea is 011 again at Fort todav FORT NLACLEOD (Special' The Sslvation Army Horr.e I League hei'e is rc-introducirg its tea ar.d bazaar. The Citade! mi-out offi- cers (or cto-e than f.vo years and the work fell back. T'A-O voting lay officers, En- voys Caro'.e Pickering ar.d Dar- icne Colter. -A-ere staiioned here a ago and have v.-ork- Ln? to btJid cp the congrega- ticn. otstcsl today at by Mrs. Ken wiie of the member of Parliament for the Ixshbricse rtdins. By NANCY MILES Special CorreBfxiDdcDt L. T. Nlm- has announced provincial approval to St. Eurene MLsion School, a from Cranbrook, [or and care of the re- tarded, i Tit'e is held by the five Kco-: tenay Indian bans. well maintained, tvt'o- storey, stone b'jilding (on sulv cultivated acreage with existing r e c r e ation facilities and equip me nti formerly housed nearly 100 children in its many years' operation as In- dian Residential School for the Kootenays. It the location of the orig- ins! Roman Catho'jc Mission s-tar.ed nearly a century aeo two pnssts wajked to the St. %'ar.''s River site from Roc'i Creek over the Dewdney Trsil to mission (o the IlxLians ot the Rocky Mrjuntain Trench. First Cranbrook hospital there to" f i 2 h t "rvMi'ain fever" 'typhoid) brrite oui in !5y? railway Tr.e res'dentia1. school srss oc-erated by Oblate Fathe-s then boardins res- idence when Indian children transferred and the proper Mr. Nimslck report-, provin- eel period cial approval o[ '.Vr.en T.-anquillc home for the !o In this district. 14 men show up for seed cleaning parley TABER (RNS.'-Seven farm-' er direytors ar.d seven non-di- rector members made up the meagre attendance at the re- cen! annual meeting of the 230-. member Taoer Seed CiearJn? Co-operative Association. Reports [or the Jure 30 year- end covered bushels o! grain cleaned and VA bush- els chemically treated against disease, by scir.e ar.d bushels respectively from previotis v'ear. The experience of the Taber Co-op was similar to that oi oth- er cleaning irn-t! in Re- gion 1, says zone represerita- tive Greer.o rs. A difference -.'S5 tha! the Ta- ber b'isi-ecs ner'xd ftr the year a7airst fcr the other uriU in Lhe regto.i, Replace rcent of mercury- based chemicals. TOT by federal legislation, dis- closed. Revenue for the year at H.4M [or depreciation re- incluoed 517.4J52 derived! sen'e. cleaning and treating i Assets al M5.W7 include seed. plant worth Ilii.SM, invtst- t'xpenditures were JI3.833 for g operations. S3. 707 [or adminis- trative arid general expenses. Heavy Masons ease burden on Daughters FORT MACLEOD (Special) Forty-five Ma -.teigber! J22.04I ihj'Ie liabilities al riet a 15-vear surplus of Directors Cr-ts Grassy ar.d H a r ry 'iVolosiJk. were return- ed to the for th-ee year! by acclamation, ar.d Henry Danforih. Tat-er added another year tn his decade in chair he was scain narr.ed pres- idect. are in at lO.W) pomds at a T a b e r ar.d Larry lucl: rj' by o see'n, Crarjord, Don of the Order oj Job's Daugh- I Po-tar to the ttrs. i Efttrr'-jr---E-jci-j3r Geil Roi'l-.g. honored qtieec, ore yeir. cor-vored af'air. Forty-five Ceiling Co-op Is attsnfed the dinner al ser.-icer, of a a cent a The idsa -jras lo manager. Frank EM-idea raise fbr.ds for projects carried resigned ore en by the I year on th< job. TURN SOD FOR COMPLEX Crcwir.eir Pcii Wjjr.'ocsl chcirrr.on V.el Co'nett cf Coierr.cin, left, or.rf MLA C c? S'cirrre.-B !u.-r. lK- to ir-C''< the of conjtrurtio- of ihs ciiizsr.i hiT.e end r.uritr.g to acjacent end connected to A hciT ot -rcrn 'Psii on hand to thi cr.d icr.g overdue ty.cs- by Cir.nrurtiEr. c? re x wil! 20 isrvcr ei'izsr.i o'jo prodc- 20 r.ri'-j bedl. Ct't b< J95-} CCC. De'.o-jx I Invi'ed guests A Preaching Mission at Magrath MAC RATH Rtv. Albert Magra-J-.. ;ay ev NO1K PJVER Ealdeo uf Coaldale, fcmr.erly of Ir? the Trinidad, -sill at soecii! ter-.-.ces Ln the ifajrata of the P.oya. a Sunday, sr.-i Elks KaU E'jrylay, 3, Tuesday, Dec. 3 to 5. Ii is entitled A Preiching la fc- SAND GRAVEL ASPHALT TOUESTRUP SAND AND GRAVEL Conitruclicn Co. Ltd. r PHONE 528-2702- 327-3610 k open w tr.e p' only. Think Big. -'-f 'Aiir.O'jg'n l'r.e Iciliichts red e 20 improve" iee-e fc- 1973. LAUNDL, V HERE! PARKSIDE COIN-OP LAUNDRY MY CLEAN 5634 SOUTH PARKSIDE DRFVE t r.c6 rV" 12 INGLIS PtUS 25-LB. WASHER 1973 QUALITY DRY CLEANING BY THE LOAD PHONE 3270811 The Knelson Furdy vrJ! pro- vide music Tith their eighA- piece orch'istra. I! srffl at 1! a rr.. to- day Ser-ricei also te 'r.z'A at p.m ori each of the three M.-s. T. A. Carte: arx! Mr3. A. Oven.- both of RETAIL STORE MANAGER REQUIRED rr.i.nimum 3 yean experlinn In nfc'l ulli 2 yesri H and wear, iporling sli. IETHBRIDGE RANGE Send tc-fnpltli rtturrvi In car.fidir.ct Is BOX 117, e-'o UTHSRIDGE HEJULO our rs'r.r, por a day a Treasury Erarcri isfs Deposit Box is an ;n Protect irr-ooriar.! ar.o to 2 Treavjry B'snta Manager Sale toiay. irreplaceable t renting a Our Inendly services make your money work lor yen "SPECIAL OFFER" If you rent loday, will prelect you until 11, 1973 Branches ;