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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Oclobtr 21, 1974 THE LfcTrtdmDliJi Macleod asks Yurko to ease deadline for sewage treatment South In short Coleman workers given raise COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Coleman Collieries Ltd. employees have received a mid contract adjustment in wages which gives them a basic rate of 35 an hour. Workers at the top of the scale will receive 10 an hour, parity with Kaiser Resources Ltd. employees in B C. United Mipe Workers of America secretary John Sanyshyn says the pay increase is retroactive to Oct 1 Pension official to visit A Canada Pension Plan official will visit Claresholm Thurs- day to answer quenes on federal payments to senior citizens. R. F. Viney will be at the Senior Citizens' Drop in Centre from a.m. to p.m He will answer questions on the Canada Pension Plan, old age security and the guaranteed in- come supplement Assistance in filing applications will also be available to those who are qualified or will soon qualify for benefits FORT MACLEOD (Staff) Town secretary Roy White said Friday Mayor Charlie Edgar has instructed him to apply to Environment Minister Bill Yurko to have the final deadline for installation of a sewage treat- ment plant here delayed for at least six months. The present deadline is September, 1975. "If we have to change the sewage plant to accom- modate this new packing plant, then we better change it before we build the darn Mr. White said. The new council, with five new members and veterans Phil Hodnett and Mayor Edgar, faces heavy TABER (HNS) expenditures for upgrading of water and sewage facilities. Councillors Jim Coutts, Margaret Moses, Ralph Webb, Dr. Ian Bennett and John Viens will be assigned committee duties at the town council organizational meeting Monday. Taber teachers appointed Forest resource This stack of freshly-hewn logs lies near Beaver air to the scene. Could it be that part of this woody Mines in the foothills west of Pmcher Creek. The stockpile will provide a cheery blaze in someone's stately conifer in the background lends a Yuletide living room Christmas Eve? BUI eroenen photo YOU can make a DREAM come true! Knights of Columbus KCINOVISION Just by purchasing a KCINOVISION card you could win a DREAM FAMILY TRIP FOR 4 TO DISNEYLAND Return Jet Transportation Stay in Disneyland Hotel or similar Accommodation Transfers SEE Knotts Berry Farm Hollywood Wax Museum Universal Studio You receive entrance and attraction passes for Disneyland PLUS in Thomas Cook Sons Travellers Cheques. Arranged by Thomas Ltd. and Chinook 309 5th St South KCINOVISION GAME DREAM PRIZE from Tomorrow's Furniture Hems not exactly as illustrated. VALUE OF OVER G.E. Self Cleaning Range Kitchen Aid Dishwasher (Avocado) 5 Piece Ideal Chrome Suite Swivel Chairs Dieteraft Bedroom Suite Simmons Box Spring-and Mattress Sealy Frame Two Dresser Lamps 1 Sklar Sofa and Chair 1 DieJcraft Coffee Table 2 Dieteraft Commode Tables 2 Betty Lee Copper House Table Lamps Electrohome Color TV and Stand i Beclrohome Console Stereo with built-in Tape Deck. Radio 1 Bedspread 1 Pair of Fallows Sugg. Retail 2 OTHER CASH 6MNES TO IE FUYED! WATCH FOR KITS ARRIVING BY MAIL Rani Pwple... witch HmU for Points of Distribution! GAME WILL BE PLAYED NOVEMBER 6, 1974 Lions governor in Pincher PINCHER CREEK (HNS) Lions district governor Hughbert H. DuBois of Butte, Mont., will visit the Pincher Creek Lions Club this evening, when a social evening and dance in his honor will be held. He is governor of Lions International Distnct 37D CWL supper set for Nov. 1 PICTURE BUTTE St Catherine's Catholic Women's League will hold its annual supper from 5.30 to 8 p m Nov. 1 in St Catherine's School here Mary Renner, chairman of the arthritis fund -raising drive committee, reported a total of was raised by CWL can- vassers and other helpers. A recent CWL bingo raised which was donated to the local Girl Guides and Brownies organization. Wrestling coming to Blairmore BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Blairmore Lions will spon- sor the first professional wrestling match of the season next Sunday in the Crowsnest Consolidated High School auditorium. The main event will feature Les Thornton and Duke Savage Pat and Mike Kelly will meet Kevin Sullivan and Hiroshi Yagi in a tag team championship match Art course offered PICTURE BUTTE Lethbridge artist Cathy Evins will instruct a four-week sketching class here starting Oct 24 Classes will be held from 7 to 9 p m Oct. 24, Nov. 14 and 28, and Dec 12 These classes are designed to prepare students for an oil painting course to be offered here after Christmas The registration fee is It should be paid at the recrea- tion office here before Oct. 23. pointments to Taber school division's staff have been made by the board of trustees Del Cleland of Bow Island has been appointed biology teacher at the W R Myers High School at Taber com- mencing Nov 1 He replaces Mrs Anne Mane Bulhs who is moving to Calgary Married with two children, Mr Cleland attended school in Taber, has a major in physical education from the University of Alberta, and has recently been recreation director at Bow Island He will move to Taber soon. The second appointment is of Stan Bartram as night caretaker at the Myers school The position is necessitated by the extensive use of the school building for as many as 28 night classes a week. Six Taber school division trustees will attend the Nov 3 to 6 annual meeting of the Alberta School Trustees Association. In preparation of the convention, a study has been made of resolutions to be presented at the convention WATCH AND WAIT FOR SHELDONS PROMOTION SALE 1 DAY ONLY THURSDAY. OCT. 24th 516 3rd Avenue South Next Door to Bank of MontfMl Now! 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