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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 'nuajr, Harvest of Values Environment essayists Fort Macleod Fish and Game Association on the environment were, back row, Berendma president Julius Moltzahn, left, and Noel, Do- Van Eck and Ed Kropmak Front elementary herty, club education director, present cheques to school winner Lorna Emmelkamp and tied for essay contest winners at Fort Macleod Writing second, Jacqueline Massey and Kerry Doyle Village sewer, water project halted until costs are revised WHOLE TOMATOES Town House Canada Choice 19 fl. oz. Tin F O R FRESH BREAD GROUND COFFEE Skylark Sandwich White or Brown Sliced 20 oz. Net Wt. Loaf 4 Safeway All Purpose 11b. Bag ea. KERNEL CORN Town House Whole Vac. Pak Canada Fancy 12 Fl. oz. Tins icy Ui O BELLEVUE (CNP Bureau) The sewer and water mams project tor the Village of Bellevue is at a standstill until the town's engineering firm of Strong Lamb and Nelson Ltd meets with Robert A Bnggs. director of the division of pollution of environment, to revise costs and plans The village will make an application under the capital projects fund (winter works program) for a grant of 300 of which will be for materials The project planned will include installing a cement pad on the ice surface in the arena so that the arena can be used year-round for various functions An extensive upgrading of the arena proper, improved lighting and seating repairs to the west wall and stuccoing the exterior of the arena building will be done Plans also include a perma- nent addition to the arena building to be used as a senior citizens drop-in centre If the government gives approval to the application, work would begin Dec 1 and continue to June 1 The 'Pass ambulance budget for 1973, for Bellevue's share) was approved A bylaw to have a supplementary assessment done in October was approved An application from Calgary Power for permission to extend the electrical dis- tribution system to provide five new -services was approved An application from Cana- dian Western Natural Gas to install an additional IVi-mch line in the village was approved -The Herald- District 2iTH 4tPUMPKIN PIE JUICE CHEESE SLICES Town House Sweet or Unswt. 48 Fl. oz. Tin Indian tribal court powers at issue in gambling charge 2 APPLE PIE FILLER 2 Lucerne Can. Pimento. Swiss or Nippy Process 8 oz. Net Wt. Pkg. MISSOULA, Mont (AP) The question of power delegated to Indian tribal courts is at issue in a case taken under advisement by U S District Court Judge Rusell Smith He heard arguments in the case which arose from con- fiscation of slot machines from a bar on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation The tribe claims FBI agents were in violation of a tribal court order which had directerd the FBI to appear before the trial court for a hearing on the matter An attorney representing the Blackfeet tribe said removal of the slot machines came despite a tribal court order that the FBI not remove them Federal attorneys argued that gamlmg is illegal on the reservation and the federal agents had to remove the machines to conduct their investigation At Helena Governor Thomas Judge says the Mon- tana farm industry s share of U S agricultural exports totalled million during the fiscal year ending June 30 Judge said wheat accounted for million, feed grains represented more than million, and hides and skins from Montana brought another million at foreign market places The governor said the healthy contribution to the state's economy should con- tinue to grow if export efforts are expanded Named Salesman of the Month Murray Bullock Beny Chevrolet Oldsmobile is pleased to announce that Murray Bullock has achieved the honor of "Salesman Of The Month" for August, 1973 Murray a recent addition to Beny's transportation experts, has had a wealth of experience in the automobile industry He welcomes his many friends and customers to come in and see the new 1974 cars and trucks As an experienced transportation expert his advice to you is with BENYfit Beny Chevrolet Oldsmobile OK SUPERMARKET CAR LOT Phone 328-1101 Threshing bee slated Sunday A thrashing bee in the Nanton area that was rained out has been rescheduled for Sunday Open house LOMOND (HNS) A meet the teachers evening will be held at the Lornond School before the end of the1 month Miss Gloria Weldon of Calgary is the one new teacher this year at the Lo- mond School, teaching com- mercial subjects, social studies and elementary school music Organizer Norm Edey said the event, complete with steam tractors, will take place at 1 p m at a location one mile north on highway 2 from Nanton and a naif-mile west Signs will mark the way Mr Edey said that a com- plete steam threshing outfit will be in operation with grain and bundles hauled by horses This show isn't duplicated in North America he claimed Admission is for adults and children under 12 free FROZEN TURKEYS Canada Utility 6 to 16 Ib. Average SIRLOIN STEAK RACON Canada Grade A .1 Sliced Side Swifts Premium or Lazy Maple Rindless Ib. Pac. ELECTRICIANS INSTRUMENT MECHANICS MILLWRIGHTS OPERATORS STEAM ENGINEERS, Applications are Invited from persons qualified it the above occupations CANCARB LTD. INFO SUNKIST ORANGES California Valencies All Size most moderr1 black facilities Carbon blac1. ror domestic and export markets. Apply in confidence to: MR. R.C. WADE, Personnel Mgr.' CANCARB LTD. BOX 310, MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA Wins new post Tom Buchanan, secret- ary-treasurer for the Town of Claresholm for the past five years, has been em ployed by the Alberta Municipalities Associa- tion He will leave Clares- holm soon for Edmonton Prices Effective in Calgary Sept. 19 221973 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES SAFEWAY C A N A D ;