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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Coleman Awards Contract For Five Miles Of Paving COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) A contract for paving approximately five miles of Colcman streets was awarded lo Everall Contractors of Ed- monton by Coleman council. Work on Hie project is ex- pected to start early next week. Greenlighc to go ahead on ex- tending Coleman water lines to service Blairmore Road and Grafton town residents was given by the department of mu- nicipal affairs which had re- quested this work be done by the town. Blairmore Road and Grafton- town are in Improvement Dis- trict 10 adjoining Colemai proper. Cost of the project is to be borne by the depart ment of municipal affairs. Colei.'ian Light and W a t c i Company, a town-owned utility passed a bylaw requiring a deposit from residents of Blair- more Road lo be serviced wit! water when the new lines are installed. The department of lands and forests advised that price for acres of land north of the forestry offices in Coleman was The which wants the property for a residential area, feels the price is high Water Safety Program Held For 40 Peigan Childeii PINCHER CREEK (Special) Red Cross water program was held for some 40 Peigan children at the Pincher Creek swimming pool recently. Scott Gayler and Tom Plup- ek, water safety leaders from Edmonton, taught pre-begin- ners and beginners courses. At the conclusion of the week's instruction 20 pre-begin- ners and six beginners were passed. The Indian children were brought to town by the Peigan Co-op bus every morning for the swimming held from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. The water safety leaders reported that the chil- dren were enthusiastic and a pleasure to work with. Life Centre Seeks More Participants PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Family Life Centre of Pincher Creek is still accepting applications for several "Basic Encounter" Groups to begin here in September. Each group is made up of about 10 persons (Grade 12 and up) meeting for two hour's weekly for a minimum of six weeks. The group experience, quite different from a "discus- sion" group, focuses on the in- terpersonal relationships which take place among tlie mem- bers. This provides a setting for learning and enhancing the basic skills needed for more meaningful and deeper rela- tionships in daily living. This will be the second year that tlie Fanu'ly Life Centre is offering the Basic Encounter Group experiences. Trainer will again be David Hembh'ng, director and counselor here in Pincher Creek. So far, there are 14 applica- tions with a few more women than men. This experience is phone 627-4022, or drop in at the office on the lower floor of the M.D. building. and will contact (lie depart- ment to further discuss tlie matter. The town is taking steps ti annex one block of land in the northeast section of town along Highway 3 which would be des ignated for commercial pur poses. The secretary was instruct ed to make enquiries as to the present whereabouts of the ra dar unit that was purchasec jointly by the towns of Cole- man, Blairmore and Bellevue several years ago for use by local police. J. Burger of tlie Chinook Health Unit is to be advisee that consideration is being given to the town instituting a modified landfill type of refuse disposal system. The secretary will write to Ihe Coleman Branch of the Royal Canadian Legion enquir- ing if they desire a section set aside in the town's cemeteries for a "Field of Honor." The local Forest Wardens tvere given permission to erect :otem poles near the Coleman Mcns Club Piggy Bank and near the east entrance to the .own. Tenders have been called for the town apart- ment over the town offices. Tenders must be sent in to tlie secretary by Aug. 25. 'Complaints have been re- ceived that local residents haul- ng refuse to the town's nui- sance grounds have been dumping the garbage in piles n various spots on the grounds and not over the edge of the lump area. This practise lauscs problems for others wishing to dump the garbage ver the edge. Persons using he nuisance grounds are urged o put their refuse over the edge or as near to the edge of he dump area as possible. Retailers Seek Late Shopping TABER (HNS) Tabor's second annual potato festival and night shopping on a year- round basis were prime topics discussed at a recent meeting of the Taber Retail Merchants Association. Members agreed to request the town council for amend- ments to the business closing bylaw extending the hours of shopping to 9 p.m. each Satur- day night for the entire year. Delegated to present the pro- poal to council Monday were RMA president Harden Atkin, Roy How and Kenneth Parker. More active participation by the merchants to create a car- nival atmosphere in promo- tion such as last year's potato festival was _ most practical means of busi- ness promotion, on which Mr. Atkin advised that the festival would be the main topic for dis- cussion at the next RMA meel- ing. A representative of a Leth- bridge television station was at the meeting on invitation, dis- cussing means of promoting the town as a whole as a shopping centre, but no positive action was taken. It was also agreed that the matter of moving the cenolaph from the uptown park to Con- federation Park be discussed with Jay Edwards, president of the Taber Branch, Royal Cana- dian Legion. Saturday, Auguil 22, 1970 THE IETH8RIDGE HERAID 3 Joining Of School Districts To Be Discussed Next Month NATAL, B.C. (HNS) The trustees of five school districti in the East KooLonay are plan- ning to meet Sept. li) and 20 to discuss ramifications of amal- gamation of the boards as sug- gested by D. L. Brothers, min- ister of education. Mr. Brothers suggested early in July that such a move would result in considerable savings in operational cost: and dlso in improvement to the educational facilities. Points suggested by the minister were that with one large district, ex- pert personnel, such as direc- tors of secondary education and elementary instruction would be possible; that there will be advantage in having Recreation Events Studied TABER (HNS) Events scheduled for the fall season of activities at the yet unnamed community here were recreation reviewed centre by the local recreation board. Taber Roping Club's amateur rodeo, delayed for one week will now take place in the hoc key arena, Sept. 18 and !9. For this event, some six inch es of soil vrfll be moved onU the concrete floor for the pro hection of rodeo animals anc contestants. Immediately following the in door rodeo, the dirt floor wil be removed and ice made with out delay. Sept. 26 will see the kick oft here of 12 games lo be play ed throughout the winter, in which the Calgary Centennials iunior hockey team will host visiting teams from the Prairie provinces in exhibition games. Seats are to be numbered, and tickets will be printed for No Pollution Control Bylaws open to couples, courting, as well duals. married or indivi- Times and dales of meeting will be determined by the par- ticipants once the groups are constituted, either day or eve- ning possible. For applications call the Family Life Centre, While They Last! 1970 TOYOTA COROLLAS TOYOTA TRAVEL CENTRE located at General Farm Supplies Coutfs Highway Phone 327-3165 NATAL, B.C. (HNS) Tlie Regional District of East Koo- tenay has decided against any immediate attempt to establish pollution control bylaws, but il has asked for better communi- cation with the provincial Pol- lution Control Branch. The board has recently been criticized for its actions in han- dling applications for permits to discharge effluent within the regional district. The criticism has been based on the assump- tion that the board could have held up applications to the Pol- lution Control Branch for per- mits. In fact, as B.C. legislation stands, the board's only option is to endorse any application that does not contravene any of its bylaws. The board has not passed any pollution control bylaws, and applications that it has pro- cessed, have contravened no other1 bylaws such as zoning or building bylaws. In an attempt lo fully clarify procedures in getting effluent discharge permits, the board at its last meeting discussed the matter with the district en- Mr. Adamache told tlie board gineer in Cranbrook for tlie Pollution Control Branch, LaiTy Adamache. Mayor R. Lcnardon of Fernie initiated the discussion, and he wondered if this board as a governing body in an area where there are many sources of pollution, should institute some bylaws lo conlrol it. Both Stan Wilson of Kimber- ley and. Earl Tabor of Spar- wood reported that their coun- cils had initiated pollution legislation, only to abandon it before putting it in force be- cause administration of such legislation would be next to im- jossible. Any attempt to en- force a bylaw at the present ime, director Wilson said, would be an exercise in futility. As the province has not set down standards for water pollu- tion, the RDEK would have to hire someone to set standards, devise ways to ensure that they were observed, and police them. Director of the Elk Val- ley, George Fedorek suggested that "our budget would have to be two or three times what it is that tlie legislation had been de- signed as it was so that the municipal government 'involved would have to know of the ap- plication before it reached the Pollution Control Branch. When it does, any interested party can make a submission to op- pose the granting of a permit. Administrator Frank Bertoia suggested that the HDEK does not even have tlie expertise lo adjudicate applications and know whelher it should or could oppose them. Nor does it have any feedback from the Pollution Conlrol Branch lo tell it whether or not permits are granted. Mayor Lenardon moved that the board write the Branch to suggest that more effective lines of communication be set up between it and the board. The motion was carried. Tlie board then directed Mr. Bertoia to endorse an applica- tion from permit lo Kaiser Coal for a discharge the by- products of its coal preparation plant on to adjacent land. Stavely Show Winners STAVELY (HNS) Prize winners in the 18th am Stavely, flower, vegetable anc baking show were: VEGETABLES White Stan Waters, Sr, Slayely; red Don Stavely; netted Percy Risvold, Stavely; carrots- Mrs. Soren Frisk, Stavely; kohl Mrs. John Perrott, Stavely; GUARANTEED CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT Compounded Semi Annually Interest on Savings Accounts (calculated monthly) Interest on Fie? Chequing Accounts FARMERS TRUST LETHBRIDGE 309 7th St. S. Phone 328-5548 Calgary Edmonton Grande Prairie Lethbridge Red Deer Medicine Hat Vancouver Montreal D. Morrison pickling D. eating Don Stavely; AAorrison; Graham; John Perrott; yellow beans Wes Carey; wax Wes Carey; broad John Perrot; Percy Rlsvol'd; vege- table John Perrott; Wes Carey; green lo- Wes Carey; ripe toma- Carl Nelson; Ivan Scott; Ivan Scolt; cu- cumbers Wes Carey; cucumbers Wes Car- ey; o. Morrison; vege- table Wes Carey. FLOWERS John Perrotl; lilies- Mrs. Roy Duncan; lace D. Morrison; corn Wes Carey; Golden Arthur Scott; D. Morrison; dah- lia Gail dahlia Myrtle Spencer; Gladiolus Don Gra- ham; best gladiolus Jim Crowe; best Dana Fan- cy; .child's Fan- cy; Roy Duncan; Mixed Don Gra. ham; mixed Wes Carey; blooming house Gall Hus- fcd; non-blooming house Roy Duncan; shadow Don Graham; Table Don Graham; sweet Don Graham; Afrl- can Myrtle Spencer; asters-Mrs. Ivan Scolt; Don Graham; pansies Carl Nelson; Jeanetle MaJchow; Myrtle Spencer; sweet Tom Mil- ler; PctunlB Hilda Olsert; ruffled Slan Lewis; hoi- Malchow; tidy tips M. Spencer; M. Spsncer; j John Perrott; mar Wes Carey; Wes Carey; Don Gra ram; M. Spencer; bel of D. Morrison; zinnia Ward Bulman; candy Wes Carey. BAKING White Tom Miller whole wheat S L bran A. Rsdgers; din ner D. Graham. Baking powder Ivai. Scoil; sweet yeast D. Gra ham; cake Georg Lucas; Tom Miller; White George Lu date Arthur Scott; choco lale Penny Cochlan; chiffon George Lucas; lemon Tom apple Fooss S. drop cook D. Morrison; angel foot Tom Miller; Tea dainties George Lucas; shortbread- Mrs. George Lucas. events being held in the arena. Seaitng capacity is said to be with standing room avail- able for a few hundred more people. Also on tlie last weekend o( September, pubic skating is being planned in the skating area adjacent to the curling rinks. Dates and schedules will be announced when finalized. A seven-day hockey school is also in the books for the Taber centr'e with future announce- ments expected shortly. The recreation board was ad- vised that the Taber Lions Club has accepted an agreement by which they will operate the centre concessions on a no- profit basis. All equipment will be provided by the town, and all proceeds from the conces- sion booths will revere oack to the recr'eation account. The recreation board is cur- rently advertising for volun- teers desirous of participating on a committee to plan and direct program events in con- Confirmations To Be Mailed Of Registrations TABER (HNS) In prepara- ;ion for school opening at W. R. Myers Junior-Senior High School here Sept. 1, confirma- ion of June registrations will ie mailed to each student dur- ng the week of Aug. 24. Students with problems in or those moving n t o the district during tlie nmmer, are asked to contact he school for completion of egistration before Aug. 28. A list of student school sup- ilies has been issued to stu- [ents, along with a schedule of extbook rental fees applicable o the various courses being of- !red. On tho Sept. 1 starting date, ormal classes will take up the orenoon, the afternoon being eserved for students to pick p text books and other school iecds. one large district negotiate sal- ary schedules; one major re- source centre could serve all five and on.o maintenance crew could do likewise. Fernie board chairman Jack Pidgeon said lu's board will School Starts On Sept. 3 seriously consider (lie minis- ter's suggestions, although there is doubt of the practica- bility of some. Mr. Pi-Jgcon said he personally can see other advantages which may be possible through such an arrangement, but a thorough study is necessary. R. E. Dale, chairman of tho Cranbrook board, has written a letter to the minister point- ing out that centralization in some respects will mean great- I ly increased travelling costs, PINCHER CREEK (Special) llolGl ancl overtime The board of the Pincher Creek School Division No. 29 lias announced that the 1970-71 term will start Sept. 3 for all students. The board requesls that all students in Grades 1 to 6, who are new lo Pincher Creek, re- port at Canyon School (phone 527-3118) on or before Sept. 3 from S a.m. to 12 noon. High school students, Grades 10 to 12 should register at Mat- thew Halton High School: Sepl. 1, Grade 1 p.m. to p.m.; Sept. 2, Grades 11 and i neclion with the grand c-pen-; ing of the complex. A committee of nine will be selected at the board's next meeting Sept. 1 at which time the "name the recreation centre" contest will be announced. The recreation board discussed the pros and cons of inviting the Southern Winter Games to Taber, along with the possibility of interlocking the games with the official opening, a move which would give Ihe centre wide publicity. Finally, the recreation board reaffirmed its former opposition to the conversion of the up-town Cenolaph park into a parking area, and voted to request tlie town council to reverse its decision to do away with the only green area in the business section of 9 a.m. to 12 neon. Students of Livingstone High Wool in Lundbreck will rcgis-er as follows: Sept. i, Grade 10, 1 p.m. to p.m.; Sept. 2, Grade 11, 10 a.m. to 12 noon and Grade 12, 1 p.m. to p.m. Planned COALDALE (HNS) A community shower honoring bride-elect Miss Karen Malm-nerg of Coaldale will be held 8 j.m. Aug. 27 in the Coaldale United Church Hall. Lunch will be served. Al friends arc invited to attend. Miss Malmberg will become he bride of Ben Reiner of Coaldale on Sept. 5. COUNTR These Theletlihti Correspondents MAGRATH MRS. MILDRED MARKER MASINASIN MRS. FRANCIS MUEUER MONARCH MRS JACOB NEWS Are Jgc Herald In Your Area P.O. Box 97 P.O. Box 329, Milk River P. O 61 NANTON MRS MARY BENSON P O- Rnx MOUNTAIN VIEW MRS. MAXINE HANSON Contact ihess people f or your District New! costs. The Fernie board is planning a special meeting prior to Ihe group meeting in order to pro- pare a brief. Boards lo attend the joint meeting represenl District 1, Fernie; District 2, Cranbrook; District 3, Kimbsrley; District 4, Windermere and District 86, Creston. IX FIVE One out of every five West German women over 17 years of age lakes birth control pills, a survey by the Wickert Institute showed. SALE is WHAT WE MEAN) Trinhfent, Appbncn Hat Motod 1 Perfect for patio, den, kitchen and bedroom. ONLY SMITH'S 236 13th St. N. Phone 328-2235 or 328-6964 Main Street, Coaldale Phono 345-3272 Corral Feed lot Lumber Granary Floors Cribbing for Elevator Style Bins Silo Material "'fiber for Root Cellars, Garages, WE HAVE THE IUMBER YOU NEED AT REASONABLE PRICES! Johnson Brothers Sawmills Ltd. ON NO. 3 HIGHWAY-COWIEY, AlBERTA P.O. Box 100 Telephone 628-3818 REVELSTOKE BUILDING MATERIALS LTD. GRAIN STORAGE 1500 BUSHEL TWIN PLY CIRCULAR GRAIN BINS No studs Painted Lift awoy auger door Double thickness plywood walls Ventilated peak load hatch Steel bands DELIVERED WITHIN SO MI1E5 TEMPORARY GRAIN STORAGE Predrilled plywood walk 6 mill polyethylene cover Bolts included Can ba let up in 1 hour REVELSTOKE BUILDING MATERIALS Cor. 17th St. and 3rd Ave. S. ERVIN H. BUCK Mgr. Phone 327-5777 ;