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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta MAiy, July II, THI UTriHIWI HttAlD If DISTRICT NEWS Fernie Elks gather Fernie Eiks wound up the season with a steak becuc at the Fsrnie Elks Hall recently. Chefs were Ken Oicken, left of barbecue; Bud Dicken, in dark shirk and Hugh Buchan, with salt shakers. Elks from the more, Coleman and lodges were present. COALDALE (HNS) Raft- dall H. Scott was recently hired as the fourth man on the Coal- lale police department. Mr. Scott is originally from Montreal. He is fluent in English and French. Previous to his appointment iere he was in a business in Regina and at Calgary. Chief of Police Victor Mayer is on holidays at present. JEAN SWIHART photo Fashions of 1874 Mrs. Ruth King of Fort Madeod wears a gown that was the height of fashion in 1874. She is the granddaugh- ter of E. H. Maunsell, cattle drover NWMP officer of the famous trek of 1874. Mrs. King is a hostess at the Fort Museum end chats with visitors daily, telling them stories handed down to her by her family. Centennial gowns are turning up at Fort Madeod for the P.CMP Centennial and will continue to be worn for the Fort Madeod Cen- tennid of 1973-74. 13tli Street paving wanted by Coaldale petitioners COALDALE (HNS) Resi- dents on 13th St. bete have ex- pressed concern over the dust problem existing on the street. It is nut paved. Don Fracbe, D. V. Ober and Vent Scheldt appeared as a delegation to complain to cmmaL A list of signatures of resi- dents in the area was also re- ceived. The group slated it was the most-travelled street In town, other than main street. Council, in later discussion, did not concur but felt dust was definitely creating a problem. The delegation ateo wanted to sse more control enforced on speeders. Councillor Abram En? of public works said that street paving this year had received ietback. The grant, tterogh Fourth policeman for Coaldale Const. Tim Utas Is acting chief of police. Const. Glen Thompson is the other constable in the depart- ment. The provincial police act has been revised in recent years making it possible for the town police department to have jurisdiction outside of the town limits and in all parts of the province. I District lews In Brief i PRESENT CONCERT CLARESHOLM (Special) The Sunshine Singers from the Lutheran at Outlook, Sask., gave a recent concert to a capacity audience the Peace Lutheran Church. A wel- come was extended by Pastor Richard Hanson. Pastor Paul Nostbakken, who travels with the group on its tour, spoke briefly. HEALTH INSPECTOR COALDALE (HNS) Ken- neth Blom was recently ap- pointed senior public health in- spection for the Barons-Eureka Health Unit. Mr. Blom was health inspector for the Moun- tain View Health Unit at Dids- bury for 10 years. DON'T TAMPER FERNIE Anglers and others enjoying local creeks and rivers are warned by Fer- nie Rod and Gun Club not to tamper with any test station located in the Elk River, Kootenay River, Bull River, Fording River, Michel Creek, Erickson Creek, Pine Creek or Grave Creek. Tests to deter- mine numbers and classifica- tions of insects and aquatic life are being carried out by the pollution control branch. THERAPIST COALDALE (HNS) The Eureka Health Unit recently announced the appointment of Miss JacM Mil- scon of Raymond as speech therapist for the unit. She win assume her duties in Septem- ber. LONG SERVICE IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Mrs. Bonnie Stachofski was recognized here recently for more than 20 years service as a bus drivtr for the Huntsville School. The school children pro- vided entertainment for tie au- dience by singing severa songs accompanied by Mrs Jean Hanunon. ATTENDS WEDDING LOMOND (HNS) Mrs Rayna McCombe was a recent visitor to B.C. to attend the wedding of her son Calvin to Miss Heather McKay. SHOP THESE SPECIALS AND SAVE really care! TONIGHT and SATURDAY July 13th and 14th THESE SPECIALS IN EFFECT ONLY AT CENTRE VILLAGE IGA LETHBRIDGE WE RESERVE THE MOW TO LIMIT OUANTIil Prices in effect until closing Saturday, July 14th FREE DELIVERY WE HONOR ALL COMPETITIVE FOOD COUPONS PINEAPPLE CHUCK STEAKS TABLERITE, CANADA GRADE A PRIME RIB ROASTS LETTUCE B.C. LARGE HEADS KRAFT CHEESE .69 SLICES. SINGLES BATHROOM TISSUE ZEE ASST. DELUXE............... 4 roll pack NABOB COFFEE REG GRIND 59 95 TOMATOES VINE RJPE the government's street 1m- proveuieul will not be forthcoming this year. It will be a priority for 1974, the town has been informed. Town administrator Mrs. Rae YamasaM will include the list of signatures received in a let- ter to be forwarded to the gov- ernment expressing the town's dissatisfaction that the grant was not approved. Councillor Ens, along wilh the entire council, stated the mat- ter will be considered. WIN PAY HIKE COALDALE (HNS) Water and sewer project laborers for the norihside water and sewer extension project were granted a 50 cents per hour increase. The rate prior to the increase was per boor. NATIONAL COURTESY LEASING motor venicto en tnt back o' identifi- cation iMMd from Ford Autnonzed ijtaslni SyHKti of Canada inter (named it would 6t appreciated eourmy including prompt infl any approanati discounts on atm M to tM operator of tnii Notional Identification Cord Predictable Coin Con tncludt licenM Insurance Maintenance FREE'S Total Jess than Adaptable to private individual ot well os Current model prmtige Easy way to get second cor Contact our leasing dept. for the one best rott Division of SUPWIOt MOTOtS TAKt ITU. LEASING Phorw 223-3537 RADISHES CALIFORNIA CANADA NO. 1 CILERY HEARTS CALIFORNIA CANADA NO. 1 5 _. 25' W FRYING CHICKEN PEACHES or NECTARINES CANADA GRADE UTIIJTY ;