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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Aujuil 1, 1970 THE IflHBRIDGE HERAID 3 Kinsmen Rodeo Today COALDALE (HNS) Coal- dale Kinsmen are ready for ac- tion at their annual Kinsmen Amateur Rodeo scheduled to begin at 2 p.m. today on the annual Settler's Day. The big day opened this morning with a pancake break- fast sponsored by the Coaldale Chamber of Commerce. Ktaettes will operate a con- cession booth, selling hot dogs, soft drinks but nothing harder. Earlier plans to have a liquor outlet were aborted by Die Al- berta liquor control board. Donald Miller Enters College Of Dentistry TABER (HNS) Donald K. Miller, who graduated recently with a bachelor of science de- gree from the Brigham Young University, majoring in zool- ogy, will attend the Marqiiette College of Dentistry a t Mil- waukee, Wis. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Miller of Taber. Protests Fee TABER (HNS) A Hed Deer firm protested this town's fees charged peddlers, suggesting the fee be waived or reduced. A representative of Pyrosonic Industries Ltd., makers of a device that is said to warn of potential fire conditions by the detection of gases, mat council and said the firm should re- ceive consideration because it is a service business. It is also not competing with an estab- lished Taber firm, said the rep- resentative. No decision was made at the meeting. Wilted Plants In Creek Area Council Probes Alleged Spraying Near Water Intake By PAUL ANDERSEN Herald News Service CLARESHOLM. --dart, holm town council is vita concerned that "toxic herb cide chemicals" may have gi ten into the town's water si ply- Council has asked the provi cial department of health to in vestigate. Mayor Ernie Patterson sail "I'm not going to take th. lying down. There has bee aerial spraying with herbicid on several locations on Willo Creek both south and north laresholm's water plant in take. 'As far as I'm concerned t] Glass Of '45 Gathers At Magrath MAGRATH Ma- grath High School graduating class of 1945 held a reunion with an open house and supper. Jteed Coleman of Magrath master of ceremonies for the following program: Speech of Welcome Mar- tha Harker Wright of Edmon- ton; Invocation Lester Hen- derson, Las Vegas; Toast to teachers Douglas Nelson, 4 POSITION WANTED By intelligent, mature, bondable and conscientious male in early thirties. EXPERIENCE Includes ac- counting, office mancgs. merit, wholesale and re- tail sales and sales man- agement. POSITION required should 'be Interesting and challenging with growth potential In key company position. SALARY open to negoti- ation but of secondary consideration to type of position. Further details available by phoning 327-5553. Las Vegas; Reply Calv: Merkley, Edmonton; Toast tc Students George Hamilton Cardston; Reply Alice Ben n e 11 Chalterton, Claresholm Comments by Public Schoo Principal H. C. Poulsen, Ma grath; Vocal solos Maxin McClain Moser, St. Albert, ai comparu'ed by Maude Ririe Comments by High School Prin cipal G. G. Woolley, L e th- bridge; Teachers representa live W. E. Brown, Magrath Several former students en joyed recalling school expen ences and all had a good tim visiting, taking pictures an> Seeing familiar places. Letters were read from for er teachers Grace Fletcher Miller, Martha Houston an Bert Dow. The reunion for class of '4 was such a success it was de cided to meet again every fiv years. Visitors came from Leth- bridge, Calgary, Edmonton Clares holm, Medicine Hat Portland, Oregon; Colton, Ore- gon; Las Vegas, Salt Lake City Lorenzo, Idaho; Surrey, B.C. Logan, Utah1; St. Albert am Saskatoon besides those from Magrath and district. FIELD DAY TUESDAY, AUG. 4th at P.M. To Be Held At The FELGER COLONY 2 MILES SOUTH OF THE liTHBRIDGi AIRPORT If Wild Qats Hays Caused Ysu Problems In The Tg Attend This Field Day, Demonstrations Of Application Of New Granular Avadex BW. Use Rates And Yield Data. 41 Local Field Test Reports. S Crop Inspections. MonSanto Personnel Will Bs On Hand To Answer Quesiions. SPONSORED BY Canadian Sugar Factories Ltd. and Won Santo provincial government is to have to let us know that definite steps are being taken to prevent this from happening "Water in a creek does no belong to any one particular individual but is public prop- erty. the government issuec permits for the spraying of creek banks it is definitely ir- responsibility on the part of the province. "I'm surprised that anyone would even apply for a permil to destroy brush on ihs cree'k banks." UNLAWFUL According to the agricultural chemicals act it is unlawful to put pesticides in any open body of water without first getting a permit from the department of health. The act came into ef- fect April 1. It provides for a penalty of not more than or 90 days in jail for contraven- tion of the act. Norman Thompson, director of water resourcss at Leth- bridge, has begun an investiga- tion into alleged spraying south- east of Claresholm. Bill Willows, wildlife officer here, says the department in Lethbridge has received com- plaints from sportsmen of brush spraying on Burk Creek on properly occupied by Dr. (Jordon Burton, Claresbplm rancher. Biologists and research peo- ple will investigate as soon as possible, he said, to determine if any substances have been put in the water that may cause damage to marine life. WON'T DRINK IT Orin Hart, district fanner, asked for a comment, said: "I wouldn't want to drink the wa- ter after it was sprayed. It's pretty dangerous chemical from what I hear. We don't need so many willows but we can use the grass. If they keep on taxing us we've got to make the land produce." Dave Jantzie, district agri- culturalist for the Willow Crsek district, said as far as he knew 1-4-5-T chemical was not used in the spraying. It was done to control willows. He said he had spoken the man who had applied the herbi- cide and he had told him only 2-4-D had been used. It's heart- ening to know that the more dangerous 2-4-5-T bad not been used) he said. Reeve of the MD of Willow ?reek, George Whitehead, said is wouldn't mate a statement on the spraying. He did say people should comply with pro- vincial regulations. Another farmer suggested h a fc some day the ranchers vill have to plant irees 8Jid willows as shelter fof cattle and he thought some irerej !oing "a little oi'erboard" in! aking out ths brush. Public Hearing COALDALE (HNS) There ill be public hearing on the losing of streets proposed for la Handlcy subdivision at the ext regular meeting of coun- il, p.m. Monday, Aug. 10. Tliis land, on the town's west de, was annexed Jan, 1, 1970. An entire replottmg schema die subdivision will be ctais. Tiere will he three main treet and laite changes made ccordiig to Jhe proposed by- aw. Persons wishing lo make rep- eseritation regarding the pro- losed bylaw must indicate cir intent in writing to Hie unicipal secretary by 12 noon ug. 10. They will be given op- 3rtunity to speak at the pub- e hearing (ho evening of Aug. Cenotaph Shoved Out By Taber Merchants lly KOSS GIBB Herald News Service TABER Town council re- cently voted to convert the present cenotaph park, op- posite the courthouse, into a for parking vehicles. As many trees as can be will be left. A delegation of four mer- chants representing the Taber Retail Merchants waited for council to make its decision. A similar representation attend- ed the July 13 meeting when a decision was deferred until all members of council were pres- ent at a meeting. The change of land use was championed by businessman- councillor Gordon W. Oddie who moved "that the green strip (cenotaph park) be turn- ed over to the merchants of Taber for use of parking and that the cenotaph be moved, with the consent of the Royal Canadian Legion, to Confedera- tion Park. Voting for the movo were council lors John Malinsky, George .Ikebuchi and Kenneth McDonald. S u p p o r t ing the mayor in opposing the move was councillor Wayne Gougn who previously headed a com- mittee in selection of a site north of the civic administra- Beavers Entertain Gtizeiis MONARCH (HNS) bridge Green Acre and Leth-1 lion building for tire cenotaph. bridge Golden Acre lodges sen- ior citizens were entertained by the Monarch Beavers Club recently when they by bus to tliis village west of Lethbridge. They played bingo, held a sing-song of oidtime tunes and then enjoyed lunch. Fewer Meetings TABER (HNS) White re- taining the committee struc- ture during the coming year, the number of committee meet- ings will be materially reduced in Taber School Division No. 6. Regular meetings will con- tinue at 10 a.m. the third Mon- day of each month, with a preparatory meeting to be held at 6 p.m. each first Monday commencing in September. The September meeting, however, will be held on the Tuesday, Sept. 1 Monday being the Labor Day holiday. It was understood the town would provide the base for the war memorial monument. Additional parking spaces to be gained by the use of the park site was reported from 14 to 20. James Stewart Entertains On Birthday Ditch Problem I COALDALE (HNS) St. Mary Hiver Irrigation District will be asked by the town whether1 it will assist in some work necessary on the east ir- rigation ditch within the town. The culvert must be en- larged to allow for better drain- age and water flow. A gate must be installed so that in the event, of flash floods the water will not back up. MONARCH (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. James Stewart enter- tained friends, neighbors and relatives at the Monarch School auditorium recently on the oc- casion of Mrs. Stewarts' birth- day. A spaghetti supper was served by members of the I Beavers Club. The evening was I rounded out with dancing to the i music of Two Ps in a Pod. Mrs. Stewart was the re- cipient of a combined gift from the assembled guests. Mr. and Mrs. William Van Lohuizen, and daughters of Lynden, Wash., were visitors at the home of the formers' sister, and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Hobbelink recently. Word was received recently of the death of Mrs. W. J. Van Lohuizen of New York, former- ly of Monarch. a cost comparison, town of some though there trinlcndent Bent N. Mad- no budget appropriation for th told (lie council that it! project in 1970. In supei sen ivould cost lo bring the park up to a desirable stan- dard, as opposed to approxi- mately to install curbs and paving in the area. While paving would not be considcved before 1S72, council agreed that a gravel base should be installed at a cost Two years ago. merchant on 48th Ave. successfully op posed a program of paralle parking on Ihe Ave., eve though this pattern contributes much to the looks of the stree in favor of the additional park ing stalls obtained by parkin at an angle. Sportplex Is Council's Baby completely respon- plamiing regarding COALDALE (HNS) Town council is sible for the building of the Coaldale Sportplex. This was emphasized at a re- cent meeting of town council. The matter of responsibility was brought forward. Mayor Ron Low said town council is the body which has the authorization to "clear the whole Sportplex program." Mayor Low said council must act. Councillors agreed fund-rais- ing must be stepped up. Definite information on costs must be obtained from the southern county regional rec- reation board. It was assigned to conduct preliminary planning for the Sportplex. Mayor Low will co-ordinal a meeting with representative from the various groups in volvcd "to get some thin done." Councillors present were un animous the Sportplex is com til's project and action is n cessary. No Opposition COALDALE (HNS) A pul b'c hearing on the propose new zoning bylaw was he: during a recent meeting i town council. J i m Stendebeck, associa planner with the Oldmaji Rivi Regional Planning Commis sion- presided. one was in attendance present objections. Council passed the bylaw. INGER'S CERAMICS STUDIO Things to do and how to do them' JOIN IN THE WORLD'S MOST FASCINATING HOBBY IVENINS end AFTERNOON CLASSES Phone 328-2189 COUNTRY NEWS These Are Herald Correspondents In Your Area GRANUM MRS. ED. CESAR Gsnorol Dolivtry GRASSY LAKE MRS. MARY TURNBULL Qensral Delivtry PICTURE BUTTE S. P. JOHNSON Gen, Del. RAYMOND MRS. DELIA TURIN Mrs Paulm WOOLF Gen. Del. Juhor 738-4394 Contact theio people for your 'Jlstritt Newi or Classified Advertising BOX 690 FORT MACLEOD, ALBERTA July 29lh, 1970. KEN HURIJURT AUCTIONEER JOHN MILNE MANAGER PHONE 234-331S "CROSS, ROADS OF CANADA'S CATLE COUNTRY" Dear Customers: Due to increase receipts of fat cattle during the first half of this year, commencing Tues- day, August