Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
26 - THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD - Saturday, February 10, 1973 _ Happy Oldtimers The Picture Butte and District Happy Oldtimers Drop-In Centre is opened with Mayor Alex Chronik, centre, left photo, cutting the ribbon. On hand are Mrs. Sylvia McKay, Reeve Dick Papworth of the Lethbridge County 26 and Happy Oldtimers' president Art Goode. Mr. Goode and Mrs. McKay try to blow out the candles on the cake but the candles tricked them and kept flaming up. A total of 105 members enjoy outings. The former United Church building was renovated and furnished by the oldtimers. Mayor Chronik and Reeve Papworth commended them for their foresight and hard work in making the drop-in centre a reality. A total of 252 attended the opening, A total of 132 were served at the evening party. S. P. JOHNSON photos BENY'S are out 1% mm just for f-f. -rr-W i, general manager Whether you come to Beny's to dea! on a new or used car or truck from our sales dept.... or come in for car servicing, body work, parts and accessories from our parts dept., we're ready to roll out the Red Carpet for you. Well try our utmost to please so that you will come back again . * . and again. We'll give you the Red Carpet Treatment. gerry wagenvoort general sales mgr. joe chenger USED CAR MGR. 4 louis larock bill gibson steve tomie chester pocza alex tokariuk Mi At BENY'S You Can Our courteous Sales Leaders are anxious to serve you. george campbell on our quality USED CARS and TRUCKS Means you can buy with confidence and drive with pride 50,000 WILE IUBRICAJ GUARANTEE rati J'iSFlh ^ ^ MOTORS INSURANCE (CORPORATION CONVENIENT Can be tailored to suit your budget boris koreshenkov Recently appointed Credit Manager, and also our Insurance and Leasing representative with many years experience is eager to give you "The Red Carpet Treatment." ApKtalMi In �u1cm�bH� pliyileal damiga Inturtnc* ' MncSid by ovw 10,000 General Moiori deaim. �m.......- jim McLaren body shop foreman Jim says . . . May we have your next "DENTS" please! From the smallest dent to a complete body and paint job our modern fully equipped body shop is at your service - with a new bake oven to serve you even better. morris irvine service manager chuck stotz service shop foreman Our complete modern service facilities and a friendly staff of factory trained experts will assure you of expert car servicing and repair. We have specialists in air conditioning servicing, tune ups, alignments, automatic transmission servicing, etc., backed by a fully stocked parts dept. of over 12,000 Items and an experienced parts staff to serve you. george davidson parts dept. mgr. MAIN GARAGE AND SHOWROOM 2nd Ave. and 8th Street S. Phone 328-1101 Connects All Depts. OK SUPERMARKET LOT 2nd Ave. and 9th Street S. Ferine board okays budget NATAL (HNS) - Trustees of the Fernie school district met recently to adopt the 1973 budget of more titan $3 million. In terms of money, administration, instruction, operations and maintenance would cost $2,-510,392, up almost $400,000 from the previous year. Transportation and auxiliary services would cost $117,204, up 8.731 from last year. The total operating section of the budget would cost $2,627,596, up just over $400,000 from last year. The debt and capital section of the budget amounts to $395,-897, down almost $30,000 from 1972. In total the budget is $3,043,793 which is $377,849 more than budget of the previous year. The largest single item in the budget is teacher salaries and benefits at $1,806,351. Salaries, wages and benefits for all non-teaching employees of the board amount to $417,418. The next largest section of the budget is the retirement of sinking funds established for previous construction of school buildings. This amount is $268,-438. All other budget items amount to less than $100,000 each. Significant among the other items is about $92,000 for teaching supplies. School board secretary E. T. Chambers predicted that the school bus fleet will travel a total of 183,000 miles this year. Mr. Chambers made the remark during his presentation of the 1973 revised budget for the school board. He said his prediction is based on the known mileage the buses must travel during school days and on projections of mileages entailed in extra trips such as sports tournaments. PARKSIDE C0IN-0P LAUNDRY DRY CLEAN 2634 south parkside drive 12 INGLIS WASHERS plus 25-LB. WASHER 6 INGLIS DRYERS QUALITY DRY CLEANING BY THE LOAD PHONE 3270811 r Requires Maintenance Mechanics Maintenance Machinists Offering Permanent Employment Company Benefits Competitive Rates of Pay Relocation Grants - We have openings in our expanding Nova Scotia plants for experienced Maintenance Mechanics. Duties will involve the modification and repair of bur modern tire-making equipment. Successful applicants will haveathorough knowledge of their trade and the ability to follow specialisation courses in .hydraulics and pneumatics. Machinists will also be considered for the above positions if they have the necessary background and experience to enable them to convert to Maintenance Mechanics with a minimum of training. Please write in strictest confidence, giving details of.your training and experience to our Personnel Department, michelin, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia.