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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Snow removal slowed; church construction set NATAL (HNS) - District of Sparwood council recently heard public works foreman Avelino Cimolini report on-street parking of vehicles is still a problem to the snow-plowing crew. Provision is made in the building bylaw for off-street parking areas for all properties. His request is that people make use of these areas during the winter rather than parking on the streets. If the streets arp clear of parked vehicles, he is able to clear the streets and provide a better service to rest, dents. Council is also looking into a bylaw which will put some legal "teeth" into the problem. If a parking bylaw is passed it will be necessary for all vehicle owners to park in off-street locations, Council was informed there is to be a change in the provincial grants for recreation. In a letter from the department of travel and industry, council was informed there will be a change in the recreation grant structure and details of the change will be made known at the beginning of the new year. Consensus of council was that regardless of changes in provincial grants, more money will have to be budgeted for recreation in this area. Accordingly, the letter was passed to the recreation commission for consideration and recommendations to council. A letter was received from the Roman Catholic Diocese of East Kootenay indicating the contract for the new St. Michael's Church complex in Spar-wood has been awarded to Mod Industries Limited of Langley, B.C. and that construction will commence Jan. 2, 1971. The project includes a church, hall, rectory and convent. A letter from the minister of municipal affairs, Dan Campbell, advised there have been changes in the municipal loan fund and that projects in the past which have been postponed are now eligible for provincial loans. Included are water and sewage systems, paving and sidewalk projects. The communication indicated that with ratepayer approval money can become available for these projects. Council referred the letter to the administrative and finance committee for consideration and recommendation. Aid. Earl Tabor reported to council on the recent meeting of the Regional District of East Kootenay. On the matter of the zoning of the Elk Valley he reported that there will be a public hearing in January. On the matter of Natal urban renewal he reported that the latest land acquisitions cost in excess of $386,000 bringing the total to date to more than $1,550,000. About 109 properties have been levelled and there are about 25 more to be levelled in the present project. Aid. Tabor also reported on the meeting of the regional hospital board. He indicated a survey has been ordered into the hospital needs in Spar wood. He also said that he opposed the concept of a diagnos tic clinic for Sparwood in 'lieu of a hospital. He reported to the regional board the people of Sparwood would settle for nothing less than a full service hospital. For their work on the new promotional brochure on Sparwood, the students of the Sparwood Secondary School have been given a donation of $100. Originally the money was to have been given in prizes to contributing students, but because so many were involved in producing the brochure the student council indicated a pre-ferencefor no individual awards. Miss Perini revealed as candidate TABER (HNS) - The only candidate annnounccd so far in the sugar queen competition here is Miss Darlenc Perini, in the running under the sponsorship of the Tabor Lions Club. Candidates will be announced soon for the honor. The queen will be crowned at the banquet here, sponsored by the Taber Chamber of Commerce, Friday, Jan. 22. Taber Klwanis Club has announced intention to enter the race, though their candidate has not been selected. Taber Sugar Beet Growers' will select by lot at their annual banquet Jan. 8 one of five nominees for candidacy. Girls from which the selection will be made are the Misses Virginia Brizinello, Dianne Powell, Put Sekura, Cathy Simek and Re-nee Harris. A fourth candidate is necessary if the offer of a free car for a year is to be won by the queen of the festival. A week- end at Vancouver Jan. 29 to 31 is in store for the queen. Tentative plans include the Vancouver - Minnesota hockey game Friday, a tour of shopping areas and the restored Gastown Saturday with dinner on Grouse Mountain in the evening, end visits to university campuses, conservatory, museum and park Sunday before returning home in the evening. Judging Jan. 21 by an independent committee will be b a se d on knowledge of the sugar industry 30 points, knowledge of Taber and related industry 30, personality and poise ?5, talent 15 and appearance IP points, all adding up to 110. The west coast trip will in-elude tickets for the queen's chaperone, and is being ar ranged by Canadian Sugar Factories Ltd. in suppport of the local sugar promotion. -Ross Gibb Photo SO LONG, SANDY - Miss Sandy Longman, Taber's recreation program director for the past two years, receives a token of appreciation from recreation board chairman Jock Kinniburgh, Miss Langman takes over Jan. 4. as assistant recreation manager at one of the recreation centres in Kitchener, Onf. She is a native of Elmvale, Ont. nearOrillia. "Self insurance9 principle accepted by Taber trustees TABER (HNS) - The principle of self insurance for school administrations in Alberta was accepted by Taber school division trustees recently. The board will recommend the principle to the deputy minister of education and to the South Alberta School Authorities Association at its next meeting. Self insurance was suggested to the trustees by the board of governors, Lethbridge Community College, on a recommen- dation by Don Livingston of Lethbridge. It provides that insurance premiums remain in the province for payment of fire and casualty losses, or that the school (or other) system becomes its own insurance carrier. Concerned about the cost of fire insurance and other coverages under present policies, the board directed a review be be made of all insurance coverages in order to locate areas COMING SOON At ECONOMY T0M-B0Y COALDALE and ELLERT'S F00DMASTER MILK RIVER ENCYCLOPEDIA OF COOKING By MADAME BENOIT Watch For Further Details where costs might be reduced The study is expected to take place during March following the heavy business months when the annual audit is being completed and the 1971 budget prepared and annual meetings are held. Meanwhile, the division has been advised by its insurance agent J. A. Robinson that stu dents engaged in work experience programs at W. R. Myers High School should have student accident insurance policies available. The board agreed these students, not covered by the regular student insurance policy, should obtain this necessary coverage as well as compensation insurance. Greet Hirohito TOKYO (AP) - Massive crowds jammed the grounds of the Imperial Palace Saturday for New Year's audiences being given by Emperor Hirohito and his family. Officials said more than 120,000 persons will have seen the imperial family by the end of the day. Hirohito and Empress Nagako greeted the crowds from behind a bulletproof glass panel. NATURAL FERMENTATION Hard cider is apple juice that has been allowed to ferment naturally. . RDEK objects to pollution NATAL (HNS) - The Regional District of East Kootenay will send a letter to W. N. Venables, pollution control board chairman for British Columbia, objecting to Kaiser Resources being allowed to discharge effluent from its plant, which began operation this year, allegedly before a permit has been granted by the pollution control board. The mention was made at a recent meeting by director George Fedorek and seconded by director Andrew Rosieky. Board members felt that in this case they must act as public watchdogs. Other matters of' pollution were considered by the board, including a letter objecting to the pollution caused by an asphalt plant owned by Dawson Construction Ltd., which operated from August until recently. Lloyd Phillips, president of the Fernie Stockbreeders' Association, said his organization is seriously concerned about the health of people and cattle. He said a thick, yellowish smoke has belched from a stack and adhered to every blade of grass. Because the plant is not now in operation, no action will be taken. However, the pollution control branch should have some control of air pollution by next year. Board members wondered if Medical Officer Dr. J. M. H. Hopper could not have closed the plant. Probe sliops in schools CLARESHOLM (HNS')-Wil low Creek school board will study school simps in the dis trict. A committee comprised of superintendent H. R. Ross and trustees Kathleen White, Ger aid Loree, George Willis and Agner Johnson will make study of school shops in the division some time this month The Stavely advisory board has asked for she shop courses carpentry, welding, electricity mechanic automotive, metal work and drafting over a three-year period. Assessment roll ready for inspection at Taber TABER (HNS) - There will not be a general properly reassessment in Taber this year. Notice has been given property owners here that the assessment roll for 1971, based on the 1970 assessments, has been prepared and is open for inspection at' the town's administration office during January. Any person wbo desires to the entry of liis name, or that of any other person, on the roll or to the assessed value placed upon any property, must' lodge his complaint in writing with secretary - treasurer T. M Anton during January. The public notice was made under the provisions of the Municipal Taxation Act. , -Monday, January 4, 1971 - THE LETHE-RIDGE HERALD - 3 The BIGGEST -'����k:' 1971 MARK II 22" CONSOLE COLOR TV  Locked-ln Fins Tuning (AFT)  locked-ln Flesh Tones (AccuCetor) JANUARY SPECIAL NOT EXACTLY AS ILLUSTRATED PORTABLE TV SET  VHF and UHF Tuning  Walnut Grain Finish  Dipele Antenna Manufacture'* Suggested List-$249 $173 WITH TRADE AU0MATIC WASHER & DRYER Suggested List 9 Price $618 | SPECIAL BOTH FOR ONLY 493 WITH TRADE SMITH'S FOR ON 13TH STREET NORTH OPEN THURS. AND FPU. TILL 9 F.M. ClOSED ALL DAY MONDAY Gerard PWrr.ll r_3 I 1 i Conrad Pletttll ;