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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta frirfoy, jBi'jory 56, 1973 THl 1ETHSRIBGE HEKAID 3 Faster receiving wanted Taber area beet men BV noss Herald News Srrvicp TABER Resolutions call- ing for improved handling of sugar beets during the har- vest season approved at the r o c e n r meeting of Tsber Barmvell Yauxhall Sugar Beet Growers Associa- tion for presentation a1- the annual meeting 01" Alberta growers scheduled for Feb. 7 si the El Rancho. Lethbridee. The local growers called for faster receiving facilities at the Taber factory through better maintenance to reduce down-time of the sis pliers here and through upgrading of the receiving equipment. Also found desirable is a filer for the Vauxhall Big Bend area, a repeated resolu- tion, to reduce the trucking haul to the factory receiving station. Growers also want the load- ing station at Cranford re- tair.ed. They want to be kept open during the same hours and period of harvest as the Taber receiving station. Maintaining there is a loss in tonnage by computer con- version of pounds to tons be- fore deducting tare, growers approved a resolution re- questing that tare be deduct- ed before conversion of weight. Growers called for better control of digging after frosts, rnanv of their number disre- garding the specified waiting period required for frost to leave the crowns oi the roots. -Miscellaneous resohi lions concerned a desire for night shopping a; Tabar on Satur- days, particularly during day- light saving time. It was said that night shopping A Tahsr. bt-al laborers go west to CoaMsle, where stores are ODCTI. to do their week-end business. The local annual meeting returned Mike Fulici and Ed- ward J. Shimbashi and elected Rudy Gregus to the local board. The board relumed Mr. Pu- Uci and Mr. as president and nee-president. Miles Pevka is secretary treasurer of the local. A total oi 40 delegates ar-d five alternates were named to represent the local organiza- tion st the central annuaj meeting. Re-elecSed as directors to the cen'ral board were Jeny Kuryvial for Taber Bums Wood for Taber east, and Peter Vanden Dun- gen for Vauxball. Reports presented by cen- tral and local directors con- cerned operations during the 1972 .season when 657.253 tons cf beets were produced for an average of 15.71 tons per acre. High tonnage grower in the local district was Fritz Pavka who raised 23.5 tons acre on a 57 acre crop. Canadian Sugar Factories7 demor-Stration farm produced "6 tons per but was ineligible in the competition. Because of the lower sugar content of the IS71 beet crop, to'-al receipts per ton are S2.31 lower than for the previous car. say; centra] board di- rector Burns Wood. Reports from last year's op- eraticn indicated a sugar pro- duction of 218 pour.ds per ton as compared with 2S5 for the .Manitoba factory where har- vest aid growing conditions vcre more conducive to high production of sugar. A shrink of 3.5 per cent be- tween bests purchased and processed and a four per cent tare (indicating clear, beets on delivery) were quite satis- factory. A total of 27 electronic thin- ricrs replacing hard labor vere in use during the spring of 1972. anfi some 10 per cent of the beet crop was sprayed for web worm. In Uiis con- nection, growers will request thai the sugar company carry the credit for the spraying operation as they do for seed fertilizer supplied. The meeting heard reports of a S300 housing grant per bee; laborer and of long-term Joans now available for fi- nancing the purchase of beet equipment. Toii'n council plans to use Mike's name PENCHER CREEK t Spe- cial! Town courcti wruid lite to remember the late Lester B. Pearson, subject to the approval of tr.e Pearson fanvEy, by naming the mun- icipal library the Lester B. Pearson Library. Town welcomes suggestion; from [he general public as tc a filling re-em- bran ce. Top priority: water mains mated st Siw.noo for which a Crcwiner and Partners of Cal- w'-jch application for depart- wss given first reading gary. s_nd recommendatiors as me.-, of the envronjiisn ap- hy co'.mcil. Department of the to routine of the outfall along proval be made. environment approval has been with genersl features of the o- an sdc't- nrionjes for 1S73- received fo- ;his Con. 55Ttenr 37e evpeclcd for the tional 100 million gallon storaee r v, struction details are in be sub- council's consideration at its reservoir for im'Eation water ,0 (h, meeting Feb. 5. supply for winter "use. Detail; project should be ready tn pro- e Replacement of the ;i- of this project are corapietc B' ceed as soon as wesTher per- inch sewer outfall line norih of ready for tender invitation. "The p7esen. boundary with cost is estimated at w insrallation of a storm a so-inch line, rerouted to free Paving of the burir.ess dis- Sy-tem burine." land north of T.-ber for indus- tic! areas in the residen- o F.eDlacernent of the busi- a-ea which would iit into a trial development. Tne cost is tisl districts where deve'cp- ness c i s t r i c t s water mains general drainage scheme. This estimated at s-is-i.onn. Enei- ment has occurred since the prior ;o a paving program in project is in LV study stage by neers' cost estimates are now paving year. m T1055 GTBB llprald News Service K v I w t j v, jec.5 have been established by town councj. ,v i, y, trie top o> tne ust. _ in oraer o; acccepiea prior- Lie project are. grain elevator rises A FEW i c-ain e'evctor up ct Cicresho'rr 73.- me Wheel Fee1. will Ihe 'nrgest in the! 90 iong, 35 wide end 110 resi high. ocercte this elevator. Tr.e N'c. 2 roe! efevafor 's ceerc'ed by Wcyne Carl. -cc.j: P'neTD. Cost of this work is esti- consuliine enrineer.- R e i d. being developed, Pincher parents may go to school hand in hand with their children Meeting council were R. H. and Law- son of the consulting firm, find further investigation is mdcr way into the reduction of FJrn- offensive odors from the lagoons north of the riverr Under consideration are i Tloatir.2 aerators for seasonal use and alternatively chemical Raymond wins highway Herald News Scn-icr Mavor Robert additives to the inflow which Graham, h a s confirmed z By MARG LI NX be offered during the day and Sdiool concept by the people sufficient applications to piaran- Special Correspondent the evening. of Pincher Creek area has been tee that four of the offerings The cost of such an experi- Eiost encouraging. uill be taught, with a number PEN'CHZR CREEK P-inch- mental program -.-ill be mini- Withtn -.-ecks of the ori- of inquiries 'received about er Creek school trustees have mal. Staff members within the final sthertisenieiit there were i other courses, approved an e Xpert rr. en lal pro- school system have volunteered gram involving adu.is in, the their services for this period, i The principal problem is com-' n-.unity response. If the people of this area desire an opportun- niv control the odors. second semester of the present school year. This program attempt to enlist the co-operation of citi- zens here to deve'os MafJhe-.v ity to develop their interests or upgrade their present education- i Halton School as a Com- ai standings, the program will munity Sch.... Ln essence, the school wa'd atiempt to serve as learning centre for ir. the area, rot bv simply scl'.ool tiiroueh but by chiid and adult educator.. Mattr.c-.v Ha'ron Kip School would cease under S'jch a sys- tem to br? reserved :or chiAiren. It WLVJJG hecpme a place of learnbg for both future ar.d prefer.: adults curt-g an ex- terced scNxii cay Credit cotirses woutd succeed and Matthew Halton High School will eventually be reorsaiu'zed as a Community School. Th.is would mean a more eco- nomical use of capital equip- ment and school buildings. It would also lake advantage i of the new grant structure by i which local education authori- i ties can now obtain funding for adul: students from the CLP.; government. Sinew tnistees approved the cxrvn'mt-nlal program. Lhe sronse to the Co mm unity. Council okays bee hid The Town, of Kaymmd assume all legal cosis COALDALE (HNSi There may soon be a bee supply m.iriufacturing firm here. proved an application submit- j ted by Alan Graham. j The approval was subject !o zoning. The building is in an area zoned transitional. It is a puonset adiacent to the cheese factory. also be available in the town's industrial sites area. ft was indicated the firm verbal agreement by tele- The department tr hirh-, phone to the effect the hiphsa--- for y-crts cmtnict linking the Raymond Main ihe dtrt ivork 1 Street to the secondary high- pavtr.c tvay runnirc north to Wilson StdLng Mil! be built this sum- mer. Tne last lirjt. joining the sec- ondary highs-ay vnith Highway 32. v.ill eater Raymond afRaii- Sj-eet and proceeed to the aiready n.v. cd portion of main street north There r e rt a t n on.-y tna- veli-- ihe htr.h-.vsv w-jii co-e ir'.D Esymond to meet High-fy !n tin? o' land ?_nd through tiie !ov-.. Tl-is is or; of the main higr.wa-. s for gram and livestock delivery. tnvr. was paved to v.-ithL- tva bi-ocks of Kails-ay Street, north IO-.VTI limits. Sine- that data ing on the to have it completed The secondary hirh- CctLn'.y of T.'amer. has Four Leth- join planning commirsioii It re-ns bricce County T5 to iis rorrion of the hirhway to link the area -.vith a paved trrottch Cfaidai? t.i a main Arli pla-nttjig commission front appointments by the :-MTI catmcti. The members are Mrs. Josn Paradee. Claude I-sss. Da'e E. Clifton and Paul Iti-tos. 1 ot etgtr. apphca-ts for Lr Rettrinc fro.T. the MFC are Peter Ltr.dctii" Vnj. -ver> BLAIF.VORE CV? Eurciul -An exhibition and o: and crafts Tril t he'd in the hai! above Strnr- Sears here Feb. 2 and re is .Airs. Chris Thompson licads UCW COLTTS "t cc-t. Mrs. Chris Tbomnsti ntiii n-cctt-: o: ro president. Mrs, Made! Coutts Tr.ited C'tv.t-c't i'C.-.ri Ihc Hac'-tc: secrelar.-. Lucv For a-nua! Cict' fti'.'.v in cetilre auditorium, c.immcno- donee Kt-V'.vv rivd- nc at S p.m. GIBBS REALTY Barons Phone reck No. 9: '.OUTI o' Pin- nnd 0. Ihic.i, admini.-tralor cber Creok; the Villacc nf uill .iitrnrl Cir on TIEECED A -r ,-nvl ill (W.uc-fon iTiapen r.icdicnl ard 1ms. n.t.-l nisn.iccmcnl. It mil lie T. V. Hr.nininnil M-S iicld at Fniiff Vob. 1 and rd rli.iirm-ii -nd Tl-o Mms.-tcn.il AsNVir.lion vicpvlinimi.-n. of Hi- advisory of Pincl-er Creek for o-io-yc.ir nsimi.il c.irol 'cstivnl diina'.ion> Mrs. A. A. Pelldicr, n. should be civcti lo St. Vincent's Patrick, nnd F. Frfy acroed In llospiinl assist In the sen-c on the lio.ird for .1 further clinsr of Ili-I.o Ix-dv oncMcar lornv Mv? 1 At tlic niocim.5 i: roi-on1.- KTII cniplovpd lo take charce I mcniird Out tJir liospil.il par- of IJic rtielnfv rorvlct SECTION SECTION All f firmed- 3 miles Parani Eaif Clarffho'm, atrti en pnvcmc-l. Quoniet and fenced grait, 340 ocrei grain Dotage. fall good pf '.llr birth co.'l ficrtr. Jro n -.-'I IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND These- are belli owor lhan you wou'd 1 ;