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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Coleman citizens troubled by dust COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Coleman town council at its meeting June 13 were faced with a delegation of more than 20 irate citizens. Residents expressed their un- happiness at the dust problem emanating from coal stock piles and the company coal cleaning plant located south of town. Citizens felt there was no need for the problem of the greasy dust to continue, and felt action should be taken im- mediately to alleviate the prob- lem. Council will direct a letter to the department of environment requesting a number of dust monitors be set up in town to check dust intensity. A letter will also be direct- ed to William Yurko, minister of environment, requesting his presence at a meeting to be held in Coleman. Council also gave approval Blood grads honored 011 Thursday STANDOFF Thirty five Grade 12 graduates from the Blood Indian Reserve here will be honored Thursday at a spe- cial banquet in the White Cap hall. The students, all residents of the reserve, have graduated from several different schools, including St. Mary's school ibere. Others in the group have graduated from high schools in Cardston, Magrath, Calgary and Fort Macleod. The banquet will be held at p.m. to formation of a Crowsnest Pass Re-Broadcasting Society to establish a CFCN-TV re- broadcast tower in the Pass. The society will be formed so that hearings can proceed in Ottawa in September. Town foreman Rudy Szymanek reported that the sewer lines have been installed in the new subdivision and that repair work on the town dam is now complete. Blairmore library growing BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Blairmore Public Library board has announced that the library will remain open every Tuesday evening from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. during the summer months on a trial basis. The board members were very pleased at the last meet- ing to learn that there has been a steady increase in t h e adult subscription and figures indicate the increase is more than 50 percent. Junior readers will be pleas- ed to find many of their favor- ite books back on the shelves after repairs. New books arc constantly be- ing placed on new shelves and the board has announced a buy- j ing trip organized for this sum- mer. I The library board invites ev- eryone to visit the library in its new premises in the town hall basement. DISTRICT NEWS de JOURDAN'S photo Noble Central grads 1973 Front row; Patty Stoller, Alina Bakker, Debbie Pier- son, Laurie-Ann Stoller, Mary DeKreek, Diane Rogers, Wilma Hummel, Wanda Luchia. Middle row: Jirh Van Egmond, Gerald Postman, Debra Molenaar, Carolyn Nav- ratil, Laurie Stewart, Karen Konynenbelt, Trudy man, Ross Borggard, Owen Peters. Back row; Duane Mc- Curraeh, Aldo Zanorri, Harvey Sinnema, Rick Knock, Galen Konynenbelt, Alex Hann, John Davy, Vernon Smith, Byron Harbers. Wednesday, June 27, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGI HEftALD J. Blair more gives support to RCMP BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Blairmore council at its meeting last week pledged sup- port of the RCMP Centen- nial planned for 1974. The police centennial delega- tion, present at the meeting, in- dicated that attempts would be made to have the RCMP mu- sical Ride visit the Pass and Taber school re-opening may be delayed TABER (HNS) Undue de- lay in acquiring proper mate- rials for the roof deck and sup- port columns for Taber Central School indicates that the school may not be ready for school opening on August 27.. The report made by building supervisor William Malinsky concerned repairs being made by Glen Little Construction made necessary by an evening fire in the spring, and was made at a regular trustees' meeting. The board has agreed on an insurance settlement of for the furniture and contents, but settlement on the building loss will await completion of repairs. The settlement made in- cludes for books. for furniture, for audio visual equipment, and rent for storage space. Because insurance payments are on depreciated values, the board approved a special re- serve of to make up the deficit, and to provide a wind barrier at the south-east door of the school. that a re-union of local former RCMP officers be held. Rock cairns may also be con- structed in various areas of the Pass and the possibility of set- ting aside a section of the pro- posed local museum for RCMP artifacts was also brought up. TENNIS Council discussed and found the estimated expenditures for a two court tennis court pre- sented by the Opportunities for, Youth group was too high to fi- nance at the present time. Council estimated the two court area, paved and with a chain link fence would cost in the neighborhood of It was suggested that the Oppor- tunities For Youth group seek other sources that could assist in meeting the cost of the courts. The town will assist in level- ling the for the courts which will be built on "the north side of the Pass community pool grounds. CROSSWALK Permission has been granted by the department of highways for the installation of a pe- destrian activated crosswalk traffic signal to be installed at 29th Street (near the CPR sta- tion) on Highway 3. Resulting from an appeal by the'town, the equalized assess- ment on which foundation pay- ments and requisitions are based has been reduced from to More district on Page 8 FINAL WEEK! m m CAPITOL FURNITURE'S Annual Store-wide i. Bloke invites you to come in and fake advantage of the exception- al low prices now in effect on Leth- faridge's biggest selection of Liv- BLAKE BARTEL ing Room Suites. Our Annual Homemaker's Sale ENDS SATURDAY, June 30th This is your LAST CHANCE to SAVE During This Big Sale! When Casey and Dale FUTTON (the new mem ber of Capitol's friendly staff) toy they have great values in Carpets You better belie ve it Our entire stock is being sacrificed at rock bottom prices you had better hurry in before Saturdayl Just look at these few examples: n Assorted colors and fabrics. Regular June Bride Sale Assorted colon. Regular June Bride Sale CASEY DE JAGER Heavy traffic. Two ton- ed. Colors: Olive, gold', OrQnge' With chesterfield, 2 chairs and foot stool. Assorted colon. Regular June Bride Sale To complement the above suite finished in nut wood and black top. r-sr Regular June Bride Sale............set i 4 Sealer Contemporary Styled In assorted fabrics and colors. June Bride Sale, Only 3 Sealer Contemporary Styled red. June Bride jjf% Sale, sq. yd. 5 I Patterned Gold only. June Bride Sale, sq. yd. Three toned. Heavy traffic. Red, avocado, beige, Ro- man gold, white, green. June Bride Sale yd. A NICE SELECTION OF All sizes Priced TO CLEAR AS LOW AS VINYL In green herculon fabric. June Bride Sale, Only DALE FLITTON Asst. colors. Priced from, only each 12' CUSHION FLOOR UNO sq. yd. 12' CUSHION FLOOR June Bride Sale, from, sq. yd. By Ozite, 12'. Six col- Call 327-8578 for fn-home ors: Gold, green, red, service. We will pleas- ovocado, orange, rust. erf fo your a mate! June Bride Sale, sq. yd. Not Exactly As Illustrated. EMILE LAMBERT Emile invites you to take advant- age of the many great buys now offered at Capitol on Bedroom Fur- niture. This is just one example of the many available: 5-PIECE MODERN STYLED Triple dresier, door chest, headboard and 2 night Regular June Bride Jake says you'll have to go a long way to match the terrific values being of- fered in Kitchen Suites and Din- ing Room Suites See him now and really JAKE LANGEMAN Walnut table and 4 Marlyn Celery Chairs. Regular June Bride Sale....... With Walnut table and Bella Gold chairs. Regular June Bride Dave invites you to save big money on our en- tire stock of qual- ity appliances Every single one has 'specially I O w priced for our an- nual June Bride Sale! Check these examples: DAVE GODDARD WESTINGHOUSE FRIDGE FREEZER Double.door, gold. 19 cubic foot. (Slight mark.) Mfgr. Sug. list WESTINGHOUSE TWIN TUB DRY White. (Slight mark.) Mfnr. Sug. list f 5250.00____Special WESTINGHOUSE 2 SPEED AUTOMATIC WASHER Reg. list Juno Bride Sale WESTINGHOUSE MATCHING DRYER Reg. list Salt 1 ONLY 30 INCH ADMIRAL In White. Mfg. Sugg. D List Price June Bride Special 1 ONLY 30 INCH WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC In White, with auto, oven controls. Reg. Manu. IT ;sr, Sugg. List "f June Bride Sale 1H 13 CU. FT. WESTINGHOUSE Pros; r In Gold. Manu. Sugg, tf List June Bride Sale 10 CU. FT. WESTINGHOUSI White in color. Suga. Jiinn Bridfl Sale George invites you to look into the many great bargains offered in our Bedding Department. GEORGE TAYLOR AND f fr p 7, Including Mis-matched Units Now Going At Terrific JUNE BRIDE SALE SAVINGS! ......J! ;