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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD MortTi lit, Coalhurst taxpayers active COALHUnST (HNS) The Coalhurst Taxpayers Associa- tion is more active in Coal- hurst than people realize. The following problems were attended to in recent years. Telephone poles from (lie old party lino were removed. A protective culvert at. tlie Irrigation canal at the main road into Coalhurst was put in by tho Northern Irrigation IMs- trict. The pay phone by the Gen- eral Store was reinstalled. Sewage disposal in the school yard of the elementary school ''was taken care of. Back lanes were put in -'behind tho Takacs property and the subdivision on tho main road into Coalhurst. A petition was submitted to the department of municipal ..affairs to propose the forma- tion of the hamlet to village status. The proposal was turn- i ed down at this time by ths minister of municipal affairs, J. Russeli, based on tho low per capita assessment of Coal- hurst. A petition for a survey lor a sewage and upgraded water system was done and submit- ted to the Lcthbridge County 26. The survey was completed by J. C. Ncufeld and Associ- ates. After a meeting at Coal- hurst, called by tho county, a first rending took place at a county council meeting, March 20. Letters were sent to CPU of- ficials at Lcthbridge, Calgary and Ottawa, pertaining to com- plaints received, that CPR trains tie up the crossing from Highway 3 into Coalhurst for as long as 20 minutes at a time. An inspector from the CPU office attended an execu- tive meeting and the matter was corrected. The following information was asked from the Coalhursl Athletic Club, formed in Feb- ruary, 1972, if the 1972 avail- able recreation grant was re- ceived or held over by the coun- ty and what action the club had taken to establish its sta- tus. The grant is being held at (he bank. The LcLlibridgo County 25 may supply Coalhursl with a playground for preschoolers. The county is studying this pro-, posal and r, playground, by the Legion Hall, might be 'com- pleted by the fall. Also a preschooler program Wiis approved by the county council and will bo sent to the provincial government for fur- ther approval. At the meeting most ques- tions pertained to the upcom- ing plebiscite for.the sewage and an upgraded water system planned for' Coalhurst. It was requested to ask Mr. Neufcld out to the next general meeting for detailed informa- tion, and to give a breakdown of the proposed costs. LIFE MEMBER FORT MACLEOD (Special) Haug and the honor- ed guest at Die recent meeting of the Order of the Royal Pur- ple. She was presented with a 15-year service pin and a life membership. Elks hall progressing BLAinMORE (CNF Bureau) A (acclitliiig job at Ihe Blair- more Eks Hall Is progressive. A new entrance has been vul on the building, new fire exits have been installed with new doors, the rear and stage walls have been covered with a new siding and work crews are put- ting new paint on Un walls -and ceiling. A new, tile floor was install- ed and bathrooms are being re- modelled. Another work bee will be held soon.. Study India NEW DAYTON (HNS) An interesting afternoon was spent learning about India when the UCW oE New Dayton, Milk River and Coults met re- cently at Milk River. Presenting the study were Mrs. Shirley Stcintey, Mrs. Stewart Skeith and Mrs. Don Skeith. Slides were shown and an Indian meal was served. Save Up To 25% Fiesta Pre-Pasted Vinyl Coated Scrubbabte WALLPAPER Good qualify vinyl coaled wallcover- ings or a price you can't afford 10 miss. Excellent sfock of up-to-dole par- tems for every room in your home. Sold in double rolls only. Reg. Woolco Price 3.48 to 3.93 double roll. SAVE 25% Thai's right, save 25% on premium Fieila paints Tn your choice of finishes. Visit the Fieila Colour Centre in the Paint Deportment and see our -full range of 1500 decor- ator shades including accents! No charge for timing! Save 25 Fiesta Antiquing and Woodgraining INTERIOR IATEX: rich, smooth, easy- o-work with. Reg. Woolco Price 8.89 gal., 2.59 at. ha e. let dry, wipe on hnmo glozel No need to remove old Covers 50 sq. colours. a Pr 2.97 SEMI-GLOSS ENAMEL: tough, scrub- bable, oil based finish. Reg. Woolco Price 9.47 gol., 2.99 qt. 12 colours. Reg. Woolco Price 3.97 LATEX SEMI-GLOSS: durable semi- gloss finish in latex paint. Reg. Wool, co Price 9.97 gal., 3.19 qt. Fiesta Spray Inamel sylo-apply durable enamel m choice eluding fluorescent! Reg. Wool co Price 1.39 HIGH GLOSS ENAMEL: Interior- exterior gloss finish. Reg. Woolco Price 9.97 gcil., 3.19 qt. HOUSE PAINTS: Choose Oil or Latex base for quality finish. Reg. Woolco Pricci 9.97 gal., 3.19 qt, Tremclad Paint 'It Stops Rust' Colourful, rvi no primer. Apply righl over ruifl 1 ,69 14-02. can STORES Interior Trelspar int smoolS finish. Spilli clean op with soopy No exlra charge for or high gloss enamel. Timing at no extra reeds righl YOUR JBfc filler for piaster, dry-wall, wood or brick. 4-lb. Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 Thursday ond Friday 9 COUEGE SHOPPING MALL to 9 p.m. 2025 Mayor Magrath H IF YOU TAKE AWAY OUR LOW PRICES 1 YOU'VE GOT A REGULAR DEPARTMENT DISTRICT Coaldale food fair is ivinner Abe Enns foolcs over many foods from many countries at Ihc recent 25th Annual Coatdaie Home and School Association Inlernalianal Food Fair. From left, Mrs Y P Mat sumiya, Grace Tsukishima, Mrs. Tom Tsushima and Mrs, Ken Other Mrs. Ivan Meyers opens the fair which she helped launch 25 years ago. Delbert and Howard Klassen play Battle Hymn of the Republic with the Baker Brass Band, direct- ed by Cliff Harvey. Good music and good food made Ihe fair successful. Two Fernie school trustees honored Meet tonight COALDALE (HNS) The annual ratepayers meeting for this town will be .held at o'clock tonight in the Coaldale Sporlsplex. Financial reports will be given by town officials. NATAL (HNS) Two for- mer members of the Fer- nie school district board were honored recently at a testi- monial banquet at the Gras- nvere Community Hall. Doug McDonald, former school board chairman who served 14 years on the board, and Bruno Bevilacqua of Sparwood, who had served five years were honored by 70 guests who attended the af- fair. Board chairman John Bct- enia introduced head table guests Mr. and Mrs., McDon- ald, Mr. and Mrs. Bevilac- qua, Mr. and Mrs. Gris Naccaralo of Fernie, Mrs. Betenia and Mrs. E. Madson, of Radium. Mrs. Madson, a director of the B.C. School Trustees' As- sociation, represented the president of the BCSTA, Jack Smedley. Board secretary E. T. Chambers introduced former trustees Mrs. B. Drew, Mrs. 15. Ungaro, A. V. Martin, for- mer board chairman D. Ches- ter and Dr. S. East, Mr. B. Buckley, president of Ihe East. Koolenay branch of the B.C. School Teachers' Association, and Mr. D. Hayes-O'Sullivan, president of the Fcmie Dis- trict Teachers' Association. Mrs. J. Betenia presented Mio. McDonald and Mrs; Be- vilactjua with bouquets of flowers and Mr. Belf.iia pre- sented a silver tea service to Mr. McDonald and a wall clock to Mr. Bevilacqua. Mr. McDonald presented ttie board with an engraved gavel block. A CAR SHOULDN'T HAVE DISC BRAKES JUST TO MAKE IT SELL BETTER. Disc brakes are a hot selling item. _ So several manufacturers are beginning to make them standard on their front wheels. Volvo has power-assisted disc brakes on all four wheels. Not to sell you. To stop you. Disc brakes have been standard with us for years. Because we believe they're more efficient than conventional drum brakes. They resist fading, even after repeated panic stops. The law says all cars must have two braking circuits. Volvo did better than that before the law was made. With two triangular circuits. Each controls three wheels. So if one circuit fails, you still have about 80% of your braking power. We also have a device to help prevent your rear wheels from locking in an emergency stop. Great brakes are one of many features that, have long been standard on Volvo. For some time we've also had f irm suspension and radial tires to keep you in touch with the road. A rear window defroster. Bucket seats with adjustable back supports. Front and rear ends which absorb the impact of a collision instead of passing it on to the passenger compartment. Other manufacturers are beginning to ''introduce" some of these features because people are beginning to want them. We keep putting them all in Volvo, .because we think you need them. VCMLVO SHORT STOP AUTO LTD. 538 61h Street S outh, Lethbridge 328-6586 ;