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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGE KESAID Ftidry, Ocloljcr 6, 1972 KKDDBI1 Budet WINS MEDAL Kevin Jess, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Jess of Claresholm, receives the Governor General's Medal from Alan Macteod, school superintendent, at the recent Claresholm Junior High School awards preservation ceremony. Mr. Jess received the highest marks in the Willow Creek school division. Seven olher medals were won in past years, all by girls. Principal Marcus H eck says he is relieved to see a member of the stronger sex finally came through. Andersen Photo Trtide Unionist tind Friends of Labour We ask for your support by patronizing Ihe Follow- ing Union Houses under contract with Ihe under- signed Union. Alexandra Hotel Dallas Hotel Garden Hotel Lethbridge Hotel Marquis Hotel Plainsman Hotel York Hotel Lethbridge Lubour Club Miners Library Club El Rancho (Outrider Bevcrago Room only) HOTEL AND RESTAURANT EMPLOYEES i BARTENDERS INTERNATIONAL UNION LOCAL NO. 73, IETHBRIDGE Honor couple BARONS (HNS) Flccentl an "open hovLse" at Ihe Con munily Hall was held for Tilli and Linus Atkinson in honor o (.heir recent wedding. Friends and neighbors cam from Claresliolm, Granum, Vu can, Granum, Baron and Lcthbridgc. Mr. and Mrs, Alkinsyn no' reside at Ijethbridgc. COALDALIC The next meeting of council, lo he held "Monday, OcL. 10, will be a spe- ial meeting lo discuss Hie fi- im-i.il picture of the town, deal- ng with debentures and the ive-yuar capilal bllllgel. IL is (he beginning of prelim- nary planning for the 1973 bud- jel. Numerous meetings are icld annually lo establish the imual Lmdijel. Town council and office pcr- onnel want to have a firmer jolicy set for building inspec- ions, building permits and er and sewer hook-ups for tilling procedures- Town officials wish (o sec clc but if must meei standards and regulations set. An office policy is to es ablishccj to have a closer con rol on water inpler hook-ups Some problems have been en countered. Testing is being done on tin Sportsplcx pool. It is to be com pleted in about weeks. Th Lovrn will be informed i lias been completed so that th bond will stay in effect for on year's maintenance after tha date. Council learned recently tl provincial noxious weed act wi expire in January, 2973, and b replaced by the weed conlr act. Copies of the new act wi lie circulated ami discussed the next regular meeting council Oct. 23. A new dog kennel bylaw w be drafted. A new fire siren will be pu chased. The one in use now causing problems. During II lasL snowfall it froze up. T] new siren will Iw limc-contr led. LETHBRIDGE INDEPENDENT ORDER of FORESTERS has a new Depuly. To become a new member, or to have your present policy updaled, or any complainls, or small please phone. 328-8776 HAPPY OLDTIMERS Officers of ihe Picture Bulte Happy Oldlimers club are, from leflv Ralph Bosnjok, vice-presideni; Mrs. Sylvia McKay, secretary; and James Ostrup, presidents Sixty-one members meet on ihe Ihird Wednesday of each monlli in the Library building. They also hold a social once a monlh or more. P. Johnson Pholo renovation set Church opens CHAMPION (HNS) are invitee] to use Uio 'inpion Church as a centre Uic week of Oct. 15 through 22. From 2 to 5 p.m. each day of :liat week the world outreach of Ihe church will be visible in the Torm of glossy posters and oili- er material. Visilors may browse and visit over lea or colfec informally. Religious music will form a background. Sample copies ol Christian periodicals will be available, and subscriptions accepted. Hiblcs, religious books and music, will be on sale, as will (he Canadian Churcli Calendar for 1973, and tlic new hymn book. Hie evenings, from ID will afford the same op- portunities as above, plus some- thing more specific in the way Christian fellowship and dis- cussion: some gospel singing, iopics of interest and concern, but also informal. The week will begin with tbs celebration of the Sup- per at Champion at a.m., Carmangrry at It will conclude with a pot-luck supper .it the Champion church Oct. 22, liy ROSS GIIII1 Herald News Service TABER Extensive modifi- cations to grain handling equipment at the United Gram Growers' elevator here, expect- ed to cost arc under way. During the 00-day renovalion period, customers of the Taber Local, UGG arc delivering their grain to the company elevators at Turin, Uarnwell or Fmcnslle, whichever is most convenient. The work involves the re- moval of the present office build ing, driveway entrance. collected COALDALE (1JNS) A tola of h a s been collected foi the Canadian Arthritis and Kheumalism Society here b' the Goodwill Club of thy Coal dale Mennonile Conference Church. Mrs. David Dyck, campaign canvasser, reported recenll> Lhe tally was completed exactly one week alter the blitz held. "It was most successful am encouraging to sec the gcneros Ky of Ihe she said. Last year's amount was This is Lhe third year the clul has conducted the canvass. c a 1 e s, grain cleaner, pit and eg (elevator) along with the building housing these items, i A d-rivcway, 50 foot scale of pounds capacity, a new hinher capacity leg with improved gerber (distributor) and new rail car loading facili- ties for the new hopper-type cars, and new housing for the above, are included. The work also includes new, liighcr capacity "drag-in" fa- cilities to move grain from the annexes to the new leg; and a new office building complete wilh water and sewer services previously not enjoyed-. The grain cleaner, wiilch be completely rebuilt at Ihe Calgary shops, will be reinstall- ed at a higher elevation to .ic- commod ate the Ion gc r farm trucks now being used for grain delivery. Negotiations for the changes were made earlier in Ihe sum- mer by members erf the board of directors, Tabcr Local William E. Valgardson and Howard E, Francis. Local directors met with company president A. M. Runci- man and manager of the west- ern region, Blake SLilllngs, toi complete the arrangements- The work is being done by the Alberta construction crew of United Grain Growers Ltd, The Campbell Clinic Is pleased to announce that DR. R. KINGSTON Has joined the department of Family Practice the COALDALE OFFICE Phone 345-3072 The Campbell Clinic Is pleased to announce that DR. A. R. F. WILLIAMS Has joined the department of Family Practice in ils LETHBRIDGE OFFICE ati 430 Mayor Magrath Drive Phone 328-8101 FRIDAY SATURDAY OCTOBER 6th and 7th THESE SPECIALS IN EFFECT ONLY AT CENTRE VILLAGE IGA-LETHBRIDGE .WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES MARTENS COALDALE in effect until closing Saturday, Oct. 7th TURKEYS TURKEYS Ulility, 10-20 Ibs.....Ib. Fresh and never frozen Ib. 47' 59' HAM WHOLE OR SHANK HALF Ready to Serve...... Ib. PINEAPPLE BLUE MOUNTAIN 5 14-oz. tins PINEAPPLE HAWAIIAN GOLD 48oz. tins GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS RED LEAF MARGARINE ALOHA SHELLED WALNUTS PIECES.....16-oz. TOMATOES VINE RIPE CANADA NO. 1 DINNER BUNS 79C 2 Dozen PUMPKIN PIES 69C Each on sale week Volume COLUMBIA ENCYCLOPEDIA Volume One scai thereafter at ;