Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
MLA asks townspeople to wait Coleman dust committee to press for control She seals 'em with a kiss COLEMAN Coleman Collieries Limited is attempting to curb the Coleman dust ac- cording to members of a 30- Derson committee formed to the dust pollution. Committee members decid- d to give the company a hance to curb the dust with 'dilution control measures ow being tried. The decision came during a meeting last week. The move was requested by William minister of the department of the environ- ment and was supported by MLA Charles who pointed out that the mining company and the goverment are working together in a attempt to correct the regardless' of what errors have been made. The committee was advised that contracts have been tendered which are to bring the coal cleaning plant up to provicial standards. Materials for the plant improvement have been ordered. The possibility of removing the coal cleaning plant from Coleman was discussed Since the Tent Mountain area of Crowsnest Pass is said to hold the largest known proven members said the plant should eventually be moved. Both federal and provincial funds are available. The commiitee was advised it should not proceed with ac- tions which could lead to the closure of the mining but should instead continue to press for control of the dust problem Magrath anniversary to be celebrated MAGRATH Hagrath Town Council ipproved plans for the town's '5th anniversary celebration luly 26 through July 28 According to Cal July 26 include a 5 p.m. track neet at the park for i 6 p.m opening and 7 p.m. odeo at the fairground follow- by a lawn dance at the kating rink. Events the following day nclude a 7 a.m pancake ireakfast at the Lions an i a.m. RCMP ceremony at the lohce barracks and a 9 a m tfagrath Cardston band lemonstration on Mam Street ollowed by a 10 p m. parade A box lunch will be eaten lorth of the school gym- lasium at noon and the rodeo vill resume at 1-30 p.m An arts and crafts display will be conducted at the gym- nasium and will feature the work of the students of Mrs. Wallace Dudley and Mrs. Wren Holladay. A barbecue will be con- ducted at Jubilee Park by the Elders Quorum at 5 30 p m and a 9 p.m. dance will be con- ducted Special pioneer-oriented services are scheduled for the following day at many Magrath churches. District health officer spoke at national meet Dr Kurt medical health officer of the Chinook Health was a guest speaker recently at the 65th annual Canadian Public Health Association's national conference at St. New- foundland Dr an expert in the field of communicable dis- presented a paper on food with a special discussion of salmonella infections B.C. horse club to sponsor show WE'VE MOVED QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic 301 Metcalte Building 328-7684 CRANBROOK Wycliffe Exhibition grounds here will host some 150 horses and riders this weekend as the Kootenay Light Horse Association sponsors their eighth annual summer show Saturday morning's classes include trail horse reining and pleasure classes Afternoon classes include Appaloosa family class and English matched pairs A gymkhana will begin at 7 p m. Equitation and pleasure classes are set for the follow- ing morning. Afternoon classes include child's western matched pleasure classes and Arabian costume classes. 1st ANNUAL OLDMAN RIVER CANOE RALLY SAT. JULY 13 and 14 STARTING Pincher Creek Station Port Macleod Bridge 50 Mile Trip Down River Run CANOEIST ENTRANCE PER PERSON Campsite Available on Peigan Indian Reserve. Entertainment at Peigan on Eagle Tail Society Dancers Joe Crow Peigan Indian Elder. TWO DAY TRIP STIPULATION All canoeists must have Life Preservers and One Extra and a 12 ft. Drag Line Calgary Canoe Club will be SUPERVISING the Run FOR FURTHER INFORMATION 627-4224 Pincher Creek SPONSORS Napi Friendship Association Parks and Pincher Creek Parks and Fort Macleod infection is a common cause of diarrhea but is generally more of a nuisance than a Adler says. The symptoms of salmonella food poisoning are indistinguishable from dysentry except by laboratory even though each may be caused by the same set of circumstances involving food It is estimated that over two million cases occur each year but only about one to two per cent are reported after proper laboratory investigations this is because the patient has recovered before the tests have been com- Dr Adler explains There were 12 cases of Salmonella infection reported at the Chinook Health Unit in a decrease from the 1972 total of 18. During the routine follow-up of the cases last three carriers were dis- covered Many patients even after a complete recovery re- main carriers of the disease for a prolonged he said They must therefore be kept under complete surveillance by the health unit staff The normal habitat of the Salmonellae organism is the intestinal canal of any of a very large number of man Dr. Adler pointed out in his report. is probably the greatest reservoir although cattle and sheep are also commonly Dr Adler says In his Dr Adler cited a particular out- break of food poisoning that occurred in the Chinook Health Unit some years ago. 70 persons attending a farewell dinner became sick shortly after the affair. The source of infection was traced to a food service worker who had been infected by live chickens Riley McCormick MEN'S WESTERN SHIRTS Specially priced for Whoop-Up Days Group No. 1 Men's First Quality. Otherwise Reg. to 14 95 Group No. 2 Men's Short and Long Sleeved Shirts from our reg. stock. 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But maybe the boys held a slight edge in this activity they were handed out by seventeen year old Cheryl Tokariuk of recently elected princess for the Southern Alberta Hereford Club. Miss elected June attended her first official function Monday and Tuesday. Later during her she will perform similar duties And she will be kept busy on tours and taking part in other activities of the Hereford club until a new princess is crown- ed next year In the farm girl who has been a member of the Lethbridge-Coaldale 4-H Beef Club for four will com- pete for the Alberta Hereford seamstress. Miss Tokariuk in Miss Tokariuk Queen title in Lethbridge dur- 'llles but avoids doing plans a university ing the annual meeting of the dishes. She wants some type of course Alberta Hereford Association Entering Grade 12 this fall dealing with likely An avid sports fan and at Kate Andrews High School social work Chamber sets special meet The Fort Macleod Chamber of Commerce has invited Highway Minister Clarence Copithorne to a special meeting on the proposed new highway route through town. Some citizens have express- ed concern that the new highway may bypass the town of Fort Macleod. The chamber has been un- able to procure a dentist for ihe according to Presi- dent Andy Mackay. Lucky 4-H winner George of exhibitor of the champion steer for the Ready- made 4-H Beef Club at the Lethbridge and District 4-H Show Tuesday got a con- gratulatory smack from Cheryl princess for the Southern Alberta Here- ford Club. 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