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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ftWoy, 39000'fool rumcay pkuuied at Taber Action taken for airport land TABER UINS) Following Hie announcement, made by Agriculture Minister II, A. 01- Sfm of a (irant for n municipal mt'porl for Tahcr, I own council l.ikcn action toward long-term leasing of the required property from I he Dc- pnrlmont of Lanif.s mid Forests. The airport is to he located on Uic north half of Section 13- 10-I7-W4 which lias received Ministry of ' approval 'Hie land is currcnt 1 y under a long-term grazing to 1'JIJQ which has lo IMS lifted, citficr by consent of the lessee or by expropriation of the leas- ing rights, cither of which Uic council authorized to proceed at once. Consideration of actual con- struction work will await for- mal advice from MOT of the grant, and construction details which will he supplied hy de- partment engineers who will supervise the work, The project includes a 75 fool wide by foot long paved landing slrip running in a west south- westerly i reel ion, toget- her with taxi way and aircraft GRADUATES Dr. Mark L. TCvans of Raymond has graduate1 tl from dental sur- M llio University of Al- berta. A graduate of (lie Hny- Tii n ml High Schonl, lie fs Ihn of former Raymond major A. G. and Mrs. Kvnns. His wife is Uifi former Carolyn Anderson, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. James E. Anderson of Raymond. Dr. Evans will practise dentistry in Lcth- bridge. School term dates set at Taber TABKR fllNS) All schools In Taber School Divi.sion No. 6 and the Taher Roman Catholic separate schools will officially open for tlic .school year on Monday, 2fl when the teachers will "in prepara- lion" and the .students will not iji nttcruliincc. Tuesday, Aug. 2f) will a half-day of school for all stu- dents. Hiwcs will opci'iito at (lie usual time in the morning nnd will return the students home durinfi the noon hour. Wednesday, Aug. 30 will com- mence (he regular full day of classes, lo he interrupted r Monday, vSept. 4, Labor Day. The 1072-73 school year as now approver] hy hotli public- ami separate school boards will have, instructional days as well as six (toys scattered throughout Ihc yonr for teacher preparation and professional development which will be holi- days for tho students. Taber backs Games' bid TAUKK fllNS) The Town of Taber will co-operate with other south Alberta centres in the development of an appli- cation lor Ihc Cnnada Winlcr Games lo he belli in Ihc Ix'th- bridgc district. fl c c rcalum Roy fllai.s was nnmod lo rep- resent Tabor on a planning committee lo which rojiummily agreed at a rc- cenl meeting. Others from Taber at tbe prc- liminnry meeting were Mayor Arthur II. Avcrv ami deputy mayor Kciinc'lli MrDonatil who reported in progress lo town council. In oilier run rational busi- ness, council approved closing Ihe. roads In Cotifrdrriilion Talk on August and 20 when the Alberta Midget bast-hid! finnls will Iw held on Ihe park dia- monds. Passiwords Service sessions next week SPARWOOD (HNS) Ron V. Viney of the Lethhridge dis- trict oftice of the Canada Pen- sion Plan will visit the Koote- nay area next week. He will answer queries on the pension plan, old age security and the guaranteed income supplement, lie will also provide assistance in the filing of applications to those who arc now or wiil soon qualify for the benefits. He will be at the town hall In Sparwood Monday morning from to and at the city all in Fernic Tuesday af- ternoon from one to three o'clock. He will he in Cran- brook Tuesday from 9 a.m. to p.m. at the Federal Build- ing and in Kimberlcy at the Union Hall on Wednesday from 10 a.m. lo 4 p.m. Day use facilities urged SPARWOOD (HNS) The Regional District of East Koot- cnay will continue to prod the B.C.'s parks branch to com- plete -promised day use facili- ties in the region and relieve Wasa Lake Park. A letter received from Ken Kiernan, minister of recreation and conservation, has told the RDEK that plans for a campground anil day use facili- ties at Nrirhury Lake have been completed, but no specific date lias set for construction. It, is hoped that it can he in- cluded in the 1973-72 estimates. Mr. Kiernan also said that al- though further building of campsites at Moylc 1-akc is pro- ceeding, day use facilities there are "still under consideration" and a proposal is not likely to be put out to the treasury board before the 1973-74 fiscal year. "As you arc aware, there are serious drainage problems in- his letter said. In a discussion about the in- crease of tourists in the region and parks acute overuse of ex- isting facilities, particularly at Wasa Lake Park, the RDEK agreed that the administrator should continue correspondence to encourage more work as quickly as possible. Time plebiscite sought SPAKWOOD OjNSj-Wcslcy Black, B.C. provincial secre- tary, has told the Regional Dis- trict of Kast Kootenay that he has reported the lime situation of tbe East Kootenay lo the executive council. The RDEK had asked the minister lo consider a plebis- cite on tbe time issue after the City of Cranbrook requested it. Only the provincial government has the power lo set out regula- tions and although Ihe of II.C. is on Pacific time, daylight in the summer and standard in winter, the Kootenay has followed Alberta on Mountain time. The problem was accentu- ated this summer as Alberta, for the first lime, went on {lay- light time. Most of the EK fol- lowed suit. Plan outdoor craft camp BLAIKMORE (CNP Bureau) The Opportunities for Youth organization, in conjunction with the recreation board, is planning an outdoor crafts camp from August 1ft through August 21 inclusive. The camp will be held at Cany on Creek Ch urch C a m p, Water-ton Lakes, and will be staffed by five Opportunities for Youth members, a cook, nurse, manager and program director provided by the camp. The program will be planned to give the Ixiys and girls (age 10-13) an opportunity lo at- tempt carving, clay modelling, as well as a variety of nature crafts. Nature hikes, camp- fires, RinR-songs, barbecues and special events will be co-ordin- al ed by all staff Involved. parking area. Lighting for night flying was not included in the announcement. Funds granted arc expected lo cover tho cost of the project, the town being responsible for acquisition of land and fencing the airport proper to keep live- stock off the runway. In other council news, en- gineering work on two sewer projects was authorized by council. The work will Include survey and design by retained engineers Reid, Crowlher and Major of Ibc two projects is the relocation and enlargement of more than one mile of 24- inch outfall line north of Ihe boundary to a manhole near (he syphon screen house. Enlargement of the line will in- crease its capacity lo equal that of the inverted syphon under the Oldman River and the line feeding the lagoons which sup- ply the farm irrigation sys- tem. The rerouting of the line will generally clear the west half >f Section 8 for future indus- .rial development. The second project approved ror design, and in this case con- struction, is a sewer line cx- cnsion west on 60th Avenue to S2nd Street, south lo 56th Ave- nue, and east lo the service road running along (he easl side of Highway 36. The line will serve the dom- estic requirements of Canadian Sugar Factories Lid. whose of- 'er of Sfi.OOO contribution to the construction was accepted b> he council after considerable iebalc. Estimated cost of ine, less engineering fees, is IOT DEBATE Whether or not to host some 400 AUMA delegates lo din- ner at the community centre auditorium October 25 was ques'.ioa hotly debated by coun- cil. No decision was reached, and the matter will come be- 'ore council again at Ihe Au- gust 21 meeting. The Alberta Urban Munici- palities Association convention will be held at Oc- lobcr as it had been in I960, 1064 and 19H. And during each of (hose years, Taber has played host '.o a mid-convention dinner en- :ertainment. Council was- divided In opin on as to the monetary value of the public relations gener- ated by such n "goodwill ges Mayor Avery contending bat projected expenditures of public funds should rule out such an unnecessary expense It was noted [hat o local bank has each year taken over thi cost and management of the pro-dinner reception, and thai Iho dinner could cost up ti 5800. Mayor Avery's motion lo lim it expenditure of town funds lo SJOO was withdrawn in favo ot a survey lo investigale olhc organization support to Ihc cos of the dinner. Pollution brief planned spAmvorm (HNS) At recent mectinc of Ihc Regionnl Dislricl of Koolenay. it was decided to request Hie lorms o( reference fnr submil- liiif; Imefs In Uic April. hearings nf (lie lirilisli Colum- bia pollution control branch inlo municipal waste disposal. The move should lead to sub- mission of a brief to the hear- iiifis, slated or Victoria Anri 30. "Since Ihc RDEK works In Ihe field of garbage disposal, we may have something to say lo (lie cmnmcntcc administrator Frank ficrlnia. Brief ruses for Kolarinn.s SPAflWOOD HNS) Fernic City has decided lo pre.senl Iho Kernie Ttotary C'hih with engraved brief cases. Tbe hrirf cases arc n jii" from Ihe city fo mark (lie Mltb anniver- sary nf Hofary. The for itie mr-menlo lo fjive gale.s at an inlrr-clnb parly. "All my said Mayor VrrrHJii Uphill, "we'vo been re- hit! giants from Ihe Rotary. fnr UK- hinpifal. tile swimming pool, Iht- ;irena and olhcr This is Iho first, lime licen able lo (lo anylhing Ihem. Wr've always been on (tie end. ThrvYc done Social evening Colenuui COI.I3MAN (CNP Bureau) The Hocky Mountain Progres- sive. Conservatiye Association wih he holding a social evening at Ihe Poli.'h Hall in Colcman Saturday evening, Aug. in, Guesl speakers wili be Dr. l'aid Ycwchuk. Progressive Conser- vative of Parliament for Atlinbasca, and Joe Clark, Progressive Conservative can- didate for tin' llrx-ky Mounlai constiluency. IMoily .Strickland honored (CNI" Bureau) I as a worker for several years roleman Community Library Board members presented Mrs. Molly Strickland with a fare- well on the occasion of the family's departure for Grand Cache. Mrs. Strickland has served as a hoard member and as well EIS Ix-irig president for R year. Mrs. Slrickland introduced f weekly library Forvice to pa lients in Ihc Crowsncst Pas.s Municipal hospital during her (lamp opens next week (CNP nure.-uii Tbe Crowsncsl Pass lien ra tion Bom'd and Ihc. Uniicd rinireh will tx; co-sponsoring n Senior Citizens Camp August 14-17 nt Canyon Church Camp in Walcrlon Lakes. Located near Coppermine Creek on the Hod Dock Canyon IJoad, the ramp's facilities include cabins, a large dining hall, meeting area, showers and specially de- signed Ij-ails with railings, etc, All aurl hnildmgs arc easily accessible. The camp will have a full slaff which includes a registered nurse, camp dire.C' lor and cook. Also, the Town of Blair- more has consented to make the old premises of Ihc Blair- more Public Library available for use hy Ihe senior as a social centre. The Town has also agreed to do Ihc neces- sary renovations llccreation laud sought in Kootenay SPARWOpI) (IINS1 Th Regional dislricl of East Koo lenay will continue its effort lo have Ihe nlkali flats are cost of Cranbrook designate for future recreational use i the name of Ihe RDEK, despit a numlwr of problems lha have arisen. The area, now a park rc- SCITC, would be given lo tti RDEK for development as park, (he proviti cial parks branch has sait However, Ihe foroslry brand which has been allowed to grai grazing objects to ing Ihc liDBK lillc becau? there is '-important .sprin range for a nuinlwr of jwrmi Ices in Ihc approximate acres or so immediately arijr cent on Ihc north, on Ihc sail basis." Administrator Frank Bcrtoi commented lhat actual dcve opmcnt of Iho area as a n park could not be dor soon, bill it is the aim of 11 RDEK to sec thai eventually would he under regional conlrr and dedicated lo park use, Fu Ihcr discussions will proccc wilh forestry' officials. To Ihn JlRKK's nbjeclion I x permit application of ihc cil of Cranbrook lo me part laud between I wo lakes in th alkali flats area for a sanilar; land fill, the pollution conln. director has said thai the land fill silc is not in the area in eluded as park reserve. 11- roulfl not be ascertained a the meeting whether or not mistake had been made hy Hi cily, (he liDRK or the PC dircc lor about, (lie. file applied for. II, 1975 THJ LfTHBRIDO! HEFAIO 3 SAFEWAYS the place to buy... SUPER SAVER POTATO CHIPS MUSHROOMS GROUND COFFEE ISPARf III Parly Prido, 4 flavour! nel wl. pkg. Gardensido Stems end Pieces m 10 fl. ox. tin for Edwards Regular, Ping or Elec. Perc Grind, vac pak 2-lb. tin Jade Temple While Tips 10 fl. oz. im for Toste Tells, Canada Choice Ira 14 fl. 01. tin W for SUPER SAVER JUICE BARS FRENCH FRIES BEANS PORK JUICE Bel Atr frozen, grape, omnge, lemon ff ...............Ctn. of 6-3 fl. or. OK for Carnation Shoestring Julienne. 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