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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturdiy, Jinuiry 25, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 21 South In short Metric session Jan. 30 VULCAN (Special) Conversion to the metric system will be discussed at a meeting to be held at 8 p.m. Jan: 30 in the County Central High School auditorium here. Prof. Sid Lindstedt of the University of Calgary faculty of education will answer questions on metric measurement. He is organizing workshops to develop a large group of resource teachers who will build metricated programs in Alberta schools. Fires involved trucks VULCAN (Special) The fire department was called three times in 1974 to fires involving trucks, Fire Chief Bob Johnston reported to council last week. There were no major fires involving buildings during the year, he said. The only sizeable losses during the year involved vehicles a burning truck on the highway, one on the district road south of Vulcan, and a truck that caught fire at the garbage disposal grounds when dumping refuse. New treasury man in Taber TABER (HNS) Hugh Doll of Beaverlodge, west of Grande Prairie, has been transferred here to manage, the Alberta Treasury Branch in Taber. He succeeds Russell W. Bradley who has been transferred to a Calgary branch. Mr. Doll is married and has two children. Award night Tuesday at Brooks BROOKS (Special) The Brooks 4 H Beef Club will hold its awards night at p.m. Tuesday in the Royal Canadian Legion Hall here. Couple to celebrate Jan. 29 IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kolk of Iron Springs will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary at their Home Jan. 29, receiving guests'in the afternoon and evening. They were married Jan. 21, 1925, in Holland and came to this country in 1951. The couple will also be feted at a family reunion to be held at Edmonton Sunday. Physician fills Kootenay post CRANBROOK (Special) Dr. Arnold G. Lowdon of Pen- ticton has filled the post of medical director for the East Kootenay Health Unit, vacant since October, 1973.. He graduated in medicine from the University of Toronto in 1951, interned and did postgraduate studies at St. Paul's Hospital, Vancouver, then graduated in public 'health in 1957, again at Toronto. He served with the Saskatchewan public health service then re entered practice at Moose Jaw before moving to Penticton. Unit director in the long-interim has been Margaret Vogan, supervisor of public health nursing. Airport at Taberpasses daylight operation inspection TABER (HNS) Taber's municipal air- port has passed its inspection for daylight operations, subject to minor alterations found necessary by a four man inspection team from the ministry of transport, Edmon- ton. Heading the team were Robert R. Hunter, civil aviation inspector, and William C. Kehoe, the design engineer who was responsi- ble for the airport layout. Alterations are required to the threshold lights which were installed to MOT specifications, but recent changes in regulations make the change necessary. The six lights at each end of the runway are green. However, they must show green only from the approach side and red for take-off from the runway side. New globes have been ordered. The daytime licence will not restrict flyers from using the lighted airport during night hours the licence for night operation is dealyed for the delivery of a rotating beacon which will be installed on the hangar. It will operate from the same light sensitive switches which light the runway. Taber MD may seek flood control project Exceeding maximum Stolen tools sought The gust of wind that almost tore this sign in half on a highway west of Leth- bridge was probably exceeding the maximum quoted. The brisk winds of this week are expected to be replaced by calm, cooler weather, beginning tonight. RCMP in Fort Macleod are looking for at least two thieves who made off with a heavy metal box containing about worth of tools. The theft, reported Jan. 12, had to have been committed by more than one person, according to RCMP, because the owner of the tools, Louis Gorman of Fort Macleod, said the box was very heavy. The tools, which included socket sets, ratchets, drill sets and wrenches, were contained in a brown metal box in the back of a half-ton truck parked near the Fort Macleod skating arena. Macleod has new minister FORT MACLEOD (Special) Rev. Gordon Haynes has been inducted as the official minister of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church here. Mr. Haynes was ordained into the ministry in the same church in May, 1973. Rev. Gordon Firth of Knox Church, Calgary, conducted the induction service. Marion" Maclean played the organ, accompanying Glenda Hamilton who sang, Breathe On Me Breath of God. Recreation board named HIGH RIVER (Special) Six new members have been named to the High River recreation board four from the town and two rural representatives. They are Dave Arnold, John Blake, Bob Mason and Bruce Laing, all of High River; and Gerald Handle and Harold Smith, rural representatives. Mr. Mason and Mr. Laing have one year terms. The others will serve for two years. Blairmore realized from land sales last year BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) The town realized more than from land sales last year and Coun. Roy Amundsen says this type of revenue should be used to develop more building proper- ty- He told town council this week it Is poor management for the town to use this money to operate. Council approved his suggestion that eight more lots in the new housing sub- division be prepared for sale. Mayor Ernie Fantin was named to a board comprised of officials of all Crowsnest Pass towns and the improve- ment district that will hire an industrial project co or- dinator. Five 'Pass communities favor the project. The co or- dinator's salary will be mostly paid with a per annum provincial government grant, although the communities in- volved will share lesser costs. R. P. Flis, project director for the department of industry and commerce, informed council the project co or- dinator will gather informa- tion regarding local services, housing and the location of in- dustry. This economic data will be available to attract new in- dustry. Most of the fluoridation equipment has been installed at the town chlorination plant, Foreman John Gibos told Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS-CIRCULATION-JOBPRINTING VERNON DECOUX, fls.ld.nl P.p.. Bllllrnwrt-Phom 512-2149 Settlement 'supports contract validity' council, but some equipment is still needed to complete the job. All the equipment will be checked by supply firm engineers. Council approved a bylaw authorizing a grant to Blairmore Community Library. the ski hill will be posted to inform snowmobile operators their machines are not allow- ed on the hill. Council approved an from Dick 'Koentges, owner of the Pass Red Devils, to operate a hockey school in the Blair- more arena, date to be an- nounced. Council learned Scurry Rainbow property in west Blairmore near the Crowsnest River is being sought as an auxiliary well pumphouse site. The town foreman will try to find a sewage disposal site for travel trailers. TABER (HNS) The Taber Municipal District dis- cussed the preparation of a submission to the Alberta department of environment for a water resources and management project. The MD is interested in flood control and flow regula- tion of drainage waters which erode coulees tributary to the Oldman River. This will be French progriam brief KIMBERLEY (Special) School trustees here say a French language program is inefficient: Kimberley elementary school pupils will soon be conversing in French while frolicking in adventure playgrounds if two federal government grants are used to best advantage. The French language program for kindergarten and Grade 1 pupils, made possible by a 1974 grant, has com- menced. The school board has receiv- ed an Local Initiatives Program grant to upgrade playgrounds at Kimberley's elementary schools. School trustees have ex- pressed doubt the French program is being used to the best advantage. They say the lessons are too short and too infrequent. Under the present plan, two aides will visit each class once a week for 15 minutes. The previous twice a week schedule was scrapped because of rising costs. Trustees say a 15 minute lesson is an inefficient way of teaching a subject. However, once the program is established, they hope itcan be expanded to higher grades in succeeding years. Work on the playground must start by Feb. 3. The LIP grant will be used to hire five people to build adventure playground equipment. The board will subsidize the program by as much as a week. Material costs are not covered by the grant and the school board is encouraging parents to gather materials that can be used. Farmers and Ranchers FENCE POSTS FOR SALE and 8' Lengths. Sizes. Peeled and Sharpened. CHEAP We will arrange delivery or posts can be picked up at the mill at KITCHNER, B.C. Phone Earl at 1-604-428-2229 Officials of Canbra Foods Ltd. were pleased this week when civil action in Alberta Supreme Court favored them in a case involving'a rapeseed contract. Canbra was awarded in a consent judgment after a farmer on contract failed to deliver bushels of rapeseed as agreed earlier. Mr. Justice M. B. O'Bynie varified the claim and award- ed damages after the plaintiff and defendent, Willard Huether, a Drumheller dis- trict farmer, agreed on a settlement. Huglj Michael, president of Canbra, said following the court appearance the judg- ment shows Canbra contracts are legal and the company and grower are obliged to fulfill them. Ninety nine per cent of the growers fulfill the terms of their contracts, he said. Nominated BENTLEY, Alia. (CP) A 25 year old instructor at Red Deer College, Ed Kamps, was nominated by acclama- tion Wednesday night to con- test the Lacombe con- stituency for the NDP party in the next provincial election. He said the security of raw materials is essential to the operation of the company. Canbra sells its finished product taking into considera- tion the price it pays for its raw materials. When the com- pany buys raw materials, it has got to know it will receive them at the price agreed up- on, he said. Marlin Moore of Calgary, who represented Mr. Huether, said after the judgment that during the slow rapeseed season of 1975 farmers were caught. "The companies were able to capitalize on the rapidly es- calating world market in he said. The farmers sold top early and the companies capitalized on the world market situation. Hear more clearly without irritating background noise. Zenith's new Directional Hearing Aid. If you find thai much of the sound you hear Is harsh, irritating noise, then our new Directional hearing aid, the "Royal D" could be just right for you. This com- fortable aid brings you clear, rich sound at a pleasant level as it softens and reduces harsh unwanted back- ground noise from the side and rear. Come in for a demonstration1 of the "Royal D" or any other aid from Zenith's line of more than 20 quality aids at no cost or. obligation. Batteries for all makes of hearing aids. The quality goes in before the name goss on. LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. F. A. UEI8TER, CtrtifM Htarlng M Artiotoglit Helping the hard of hearing since 1943 OWDIAN SHOOT STORYfWttM 51 8 26 Street South Lethbridge 329-0493 Starts January, 1975 Subscription: for 1975 Name Address CLIP THIS COUPON AND MAIL the basis of the submission. The MD is in receipt of an interim licence from the department of water resources authorizing the diversion and use of irrigation water from the Bow River system for the domestic water system of the hamlet of Enchant. The permanent licence is expected once the water system is finally approved. The original system was recently enlarged under the PFRA program by forces from the Fort Macleod office of the environment department. In other business, the MD council was authorized under the department of environ- ment to reclaim a former coal loading site in the southeast part of the village of Grassy Lake, as recommended by the reclamation council. The council was given until March 31 to remove the debris and coal slag with their own or hired equipment. However, due to the winter season, the MD is asking for an extension of the cleaning period. Because of its heavy agen- da, and the many delegates and delegations, the agenda was not completed and the meeting will continue at 10 a.m. Monday. Highway setback revised SPARWOOD (HNS) Highways Minister Graham Lea has announced buildings may now be 15 feet from the highway right of way boun- dary. The old regulation had a blanket requirement that no building was allowed within 25 feet of the right of way. The setback for a-building near a lane or alley that provides secondary access to the property is 10 feet. A n-ew clause in the Highway Act also qontrols the height of hedges, fences, or other objects on the corners of lots at an intersection. New DA meets folks at Warner WARNER Warner area farmers Wednes- day afternoon met Walt Pier- son, the new district agriculturist here, at a public gathering. Mr. Pierson was born at Spokane, Wash. In 1961 he attended the Washington State University where he majored in agricultural engineering. The following year he transferred to California Polytech where his major was animal husbandry. He graduated in 1965 with a bachelor of science degree and then entered graduate school at Washington State University where he majored in animal nutrition. He left the graduate school in 1967 with a teaching cer- tificate in vocational agriculture. With his master's work completed, Mr. Pierson taught vocational agriculture in Washington until 1972. Then he leased a acre hay and cattle ranch in British Columbia. He joined Alberta Agriculture when his ranch lease expired last year. Mid Provincial Drilling Strvicas Waur well Drilling for Agriculture Domestic Industrial Pump Sales and Service Henry Stefftnten Vulcan Ph. 435-2339 PICTURE BUTTE LIONS 1974 GREY CUP TICKET WINNERS FIRST QUARTER Bill RMdyk John Furlotte Belly Juris Dorothy Shaw SECOND QUARTER Ed Zala.ak Harpo Moriyarria Scolt Richardson f. Vogel Earl Koenen THIRD QUARTER Doris Balcouskl Diane Charlesworth Lorne L. Miller FINAL Audrey Hudjock Tony Wolak Edwin Rusting Larry Hudson S. Kuliska Financing for Business Mr. P.P. MAIER one of our representatives Will be at FLAMINGO MOTEL, Cardslon, Alia. Tmtdfy, Jnuiry PIMM: 653-3952 740- 4th AVOTIM South LETHBRIDOE, Alberto ;