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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Bellevue must install sewage system The department of the environment has ordered the Village of Bellevue to install d sewage collection and treatment system to service the village. With a population of Bellevue is the largest village In Alberta with no sewage collection and treat- ment facilities. Bellevue ordered to end pollution ByVERN DECOUX Crowsnest Pass Bureau BELLEVUE This village has no sewage system and has been ordered to get one. The village is polluting the Crowsnest River. The order to install a sewage system comes from the depart- ment of the environment. It is authorized by the Clean Water Act, It is a "water quality control order" and was issued recently under the signature of Robert B. Briggs. PROfflBITED The document orders the vil- lage to refrain from dischag- ing or permitting the discharge of private sewage, disposal ef- fluents, and household waste water in a manner that is pro- hibited by the act. The village was also ordered to install a sewage collection and treatment system to ser- vice the entire village. It must improve and extend the waterworks system to ser- vice the entire village. Bellevue must obtain permits from the "director of standards and approvals" prior to the construction or installation of any equipment associated with these projects. T. T. Higo, professional engi- neer, head of the municipal en- gineering branch, has indicated the Village of Bellevue, with a population of is tire largest village in Alberta with no sewage collection and treat- ment facilities. Each house has its own sew- age disposal facility primarily consisting of a septic tank, cesspool and field. A few privies are still being used. Concern has been expressed with regards to contamination of ground water which is being used as a water source by some residents. There is also concern with respect to the contamination of the public water supply when repairs are being made to the wooden water lines. It is known that much bath, wash and sink water, and per- haps sewage, is going into the drainage ditches and creeks in Bellevue and eventually reach- ing the Crowsnest river. It is for these reasons that the water quality control order was issued. Dust probe reaffirmed COLEMAN (CNP Coleman council met with R B. Briggs, William Almond and Gary Lack, all of the depart ment of the environment, to discuss the pollution problem that exists here. They advised that a mobile unit will be placed in the area for three weeks to check dairy on dust monitors that are set up. This will be done after the local mine returns to work after the holidays. Council and members of the 'department of environmen met with representatives of Improvement District 5 to dis- Wrehdding a table... Where memorable evenings made 7 days a week, impeccable service complements a dining standard of exoeSence. At Enoksen's Famffy Restaurant en atmosphere of oongematey surrounds a tradition of -western hcsptetay. exemplified in the Dong Room. Go once and you! return 320-7756 family restaurant cuss a new location for a nuis- ance grounds to serve both areas. James Burger, Chinook Health Unit inspector, will be contacted and requested to as- sist in locating a new site. The location will have to be ap- proved by the provincial board of health. Complaints about large bail- er trucks parking and blocking the front of the new Credit Union offices and other busi- nesses on the north side of Highway 3 were received. Council agreed to provide tem- porary parking space on the site proposed for a new shop- ping centre. Playground equipment pur- chased by the town has been installed in Flumerfett Park and is being used. Council has added a liability insurance coverage clause in its group coritract to cover everyone participating in the town rec- reation programs. Paving is now completed in front of the Credit Union build- ing complex, the Esso garage and many other small areas hi town. Council endorsed a request from the City of Lethbridge soliciting the support of Cole- man for a new airfield in the tity. Bakery bingo enjoyed by oldtiiners CARMANGAY (HNS) Lit- tle Bow Community C3ub members met at Champion re- cently for a bakery bingo. Some bad more hick than others but it was an enjoyable afternoon for all. Recently the dub travelled to Vulcan where they visited and entertained at the Peter >a-wscm Lodge. Mrs. Lcnora Baldwin played She piano for a sing-song Nettie Ware also provided some entertainment. RscenUy three carloads of oktamers travelled to Fort Madeod to view the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Mu- sical Ride. Another recent outing was to the Little Bow Park where members enjoyed an afternoon of fun and a fish supper. 1 Kerry Brewin shows top calf TABER (HNS) Kerry Brewin of the Grassy Lake Beef Club won the grand champion award at the recent Taber District 4-H show and sale conducted at Prairie Live- stock auction yards. His calf, weighing pounds, was purchased at per pound by Perlkfa Bros, of Lethbridge, bringing The reserve champion, rais- ed by Bobert Koocz of the Taber Big Banner Charolais Beef Club, weighed pounds and was purchased by Prairie Livestock at 80 cents per pound, bringing Average price of the 125 calves sold was 56.61 cents per pound. Average weight was pounds and average return was Seven 4-H clubs were in- volved in the show and sale. The Grassy Lake club held the highest average weight per calf of pounds which, at 56.60 cents per pound, returned about per calf. Vauxhall Cross club re- ceived the highest price per calf trf at 57.58 cents per pound for an average of 1.070 pounds. The highest average price of 58.67 cents per pound was fetched by the Big Banner club, average weight being pounds and average re- 'tum about Calf weights, average price and return for the other four clubs were: Vauxhall Hereford pounds, 53.92 cents per pound, for Enchant pounds, 54.94 cents per pound for Taber Beef 936 pounds, 56.88 cents for and Bon Ayr pounds at 56.60 cents for an average price of about For each club, champion and reserve were determined at the show, along with best rate of gain, best records, showmanship, stall competi- tion, and other areas repre- senting good performance in the raising of calves to 4-H club standards. My 30, THI UTHBRIDOI HMALD District News In Brief BENEFIT DANCE TABER (HNS) A "come as you are" benefit dance for the Frank Kondas family will be held at the Taber Commu- nity Centre auditorium at 9 pm. Saturday, July 21. Admis- sion will be by donation. The Kondas'family was burned out of their farm home two miles west of Barnwell. PICNIC AUG. 12 NOBLEFORD The annual Manitoulin Picnic is slated for Keho Park, Sun- day Aug. 12, at 1 p.m. Those wishing to golf can meet at the course at 10 a.m. LEARNING HOW NATAL (HNS) Two stu- dents of coal technology at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology are gaining practi- cal experience in their chosen fields by working at Kaiser Re- sources' operations. They Edward Ogloza and Darrel Voaklander. DONATES ISM NATAL (HNS) Kaiser sources Limited recently donat- ed to the Sparwood Recrea- tion Commission. The money is to aid the commission to pay for bus transportation from wood to Fernie for Sparwood youngsters taking swimming lessons at the Fernie pool. FRIENDS MEET NEW DAYTON (HNS) A group of friends met at Stew- art and Ela Skeith's home for a surprise visit. The Skeiths re- cently moved into the family home on the farm, A sing-song and social time was enjoyed by all. Proof that your tire dollar goes farther Sears 33 month wearout guarantee 33 month wearout F78-14 48 month wearout guarantee! 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