Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
t THS IETHBRIDOE HERALD Wednesday, Kay J4, 1972 Lose one ton SPARWOOD (HNS) Coal trains IravPllinf! helv.'een Spar- wood and Roberts Bank, B.C., are losing one ton of coal along the way. Regional District o[ East Kootenay director Lloyd Phil- ips o[ Fernic quoted the li.s'iire at the last meeting of the RDEK. He also said tiicre was more dispersal o[ coal dust from empty cars than [nil ones. The RDEK members had heard a letter from the Corpor- ation of Delta, asking them to Join a protest to the Canadian Railway Transport Commission about the dust nuisance from I "The price of a man's land CPR unit coal trains.