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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, July 57, WO THE LETHBRIDGS HERALD 3 Tenders Called NATAL, B.C. (HNS) -The ward of trustees of the Femie school district has received lulhorization to call tenders or construction of three of its ocal projects. Approval was announced for Ihc addition the board ilans to erect at Fernie Isa- rclla Dickon School, the 000, six classroom elementary school in the Upper Elk Valley and the extension to the industrial education wing at Sparwood Secondary School. Chicken Dancers Strut Stuff At Calgary Championships Morning Bull World Champion Chicken Dancer By ED LUNN Special Correspondent PINCHER CREEK Ronald Morning Bull of Brocket, was named World Prairie Chicken Dance Grampian at the Cal- gary Stampede, this year. He was chosen from approxi- mately 40 contestants, in front of a crowd'. capacity Morning !s Champion Dancer Willow Creek Rumor Probed He wins a trophy, miniature cup and in prize money. Mr. Morning Bull, 25, marri- ed with one baby daughter, has been dancing for seven years at Ms home on the Peigan Re- serve. He explained1 that he started when he joined the Central Tribe Society in 1963 and w a s taught a variety of traditional Btockfoot dances. Since that time he has danc- ed at many celebrations and Indian Days. He was one of a Peigan group who received prizes at YaMma, Wash., a few years back. He makes his own costumes and is happy to note that many young people arc now learning the tradition- al dances of his people. For many years he attended the Protestant Resident i a 1 school on the Reserve, which closed in 1962. "I only went as far as Grade 8, but I managed to keep work- CLAHESHOLM (HNS) Town council is asking the pro- vincial department of health to immediately investigate the prevailing rumour here that Willow Creek or its tributaries have been contaminated by the use of 2.4.5-T and 2.4.D and other herbicides. The town Is also asking for a written report to be submitt- ed to council as soon as possi- ble. The department of health Is to be asked to obtain samples of the source of supply of water at the inlet to the water plant immediately and also periodically in the future. Copies of the request will be sent to Premier Strom the minister of health, the Chinook Health Unit and MLA Leyton Buckwcll. The town will get tough with people who use oil drums for garbage cans. Effective Aug. 1 only regula- tion size garbage cans will be allowed not exceeding 75 pounds in weight when filled. Council approved to he allotted for mosquito spraying this year. Council appoi n t e d Julius Meier to be the official dog catcher. He was the only appli- cant. Council gave first reading to a bylaw to borrow for the improvement of alleys in the downtown area. Council decided to hire Carl Smedstad to level and seed the Mobile Home subdivision at a cost of per hour for man and machine. Town will ask the dept. of transport to help financially with the application of slurry seal application on the run- ways of the Claresholm Air- port. KCMP is to be asked to crack down on motorists who block traffic in the town alleys by parking. Council agreed to open up the west half of the centre por- tion of the new cemetery as soon as marked. plots are adequately ing. I know some educated In- dian boys that still don't work and opportunities don't seem to be many. Since leaving school he has concentrated on construction work. For the last 11 months he has been the only In-diaTi employed on the giant hew 35- fkrpr International Hotel build- ing in downtown Calgary. "The height didn't bother me. I liked it up there, where the breezes were cool while it was hot down at ground level." He lists hunting, leather-work, country and western music arid sports as his other interests. When asked about future plans, he mentioned a vaca- tion on tlie Peigan Reserve where he and his wife Mary would be staying with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Morning Bull. "My ambition is to take an Indian dance group on a tour of North America to stow the many dances of our people.' He confessed with a shy grin that maybe one day he will do it. His people on the Peigain Re- serve are justifiably proud 01 his achievement and after the reaction of this year's Stain- pede crowds have little doubi about public interest in Indian culture. There is no where go but up. Things Look Better For Greg And Jeanie By PAUL ANDERSEN Herald News Service CLARESHOLM Jeanie Newman, Greg and whose story appeared in the Lethbridge Her- ald July 15 on the problems they had with Mr. Newman wearing his hair long, report the story has changed (lie atti- tude of people here. "People are slopping us on the street and asking us not to move to Vancouver. We aren't getting any more 'dirty looks.' On the very same night the Shopping Centre Agreement In Abeyance At Sparwood NATAL, B.C. (HNS) It was noted at a meeting recent- ly of council of the District of Sparwood that Lenrice Engi- neering still had not signed its shopping centre agreement. Acting Mayor Earl Tabor said Len Rice stated he had not got the final draft agree- ment and that he did not agree with three items of the agree- ment which the lawyers had put in since his meeting with council. THREE PER CENT Council could not see why Lenrice had not got the final draft but went on to deal with the items Lenrice disagreed with. The items in question were that of a penalty clause of a day for each day after the deadline that the complex was not completed; the mini- mum per year which the dis- trict should receive if his total gross revenue was not that high. The district gets three per cent of total gross revenue ac- cording to the agreement. Nor did he agree with putting up a performance bond. Council agreed to drop the penalty clause and the minimum as they had not been discussed at their meeting with Lenrice. Council moved that Lenrice Bicycle Takeover Each Sunday from, late April or early May through Septem- ber Seattle, Wash., bans cars from six scenic miles of Lake Washington Boulevard. The winding route past parks, lake shores and private homes is turned over to bicycles. 211 Appeals Against New Land Assessment CLARESHOLM (HNS) The council of the Willow Creek MD passed a motion to adopt the 1970 assessment role next year and make changes when assessment regulations are changed by the province. There are 211 appeals against land assessment this year. Council agreed to provide crests for about 200 young con- testants- from the Willow Creek area participating in the South- ern Alberta Summer Games at Pincher Creek Aug. 10 to 14. The request was made by Miss Audrey Gale, recreation director from Claresholm and district, who said the cost would be under Miss Gale pointed out the MD did not have an official crest or symbol and the pro- rosed crest would therefore o n s i s t of a circle with the Seagram's Five Star outsells all other whiskies in Canada. How come? Easy taste and easy to look at. Plus the Seagram name and quality. Go prove it for yourself. That's the easy part. The easy whisky. FIVE STAR CANADIAN RYE WHISKY JOSEPH E. SEAGRAM SONS UMITCD WATERLOO. ONTARIO. CANADA CH5IB 25 ecn damaged and one plane ad sprayed right over the uildings of one of the most, cauliful farmsteads. Norman Dalil. who farms about eight miles southeast of Claresholm, says his fruit and shade trees were damaged two weeks ago by aerial spraying against weeds and his rapeseed crop was hit hard. "It's so hard to get trees to grow, one has to try and stop them or there won't be any trees left. They got a little too close, I guess there's more chance of drift with aerial Mr. Dahl said in an interview after the meeting. Council will write a letter to the Alberta Association of Mu- nicipal Districts to see what can be done. The spray companies are expected to pay for damage but trees that die are hard to replace. Council passed a motion to supply Neguvon and Roulene at the cost price of per can to ranchers for use in warble fly control. Tom B1 u n d e n councillor from Fort Macleod, asked if tests were made for residue in meat after the chemical was applied. Mr. Blunden added: "I had some fish tested the other day and there were traces of three different poisons." Councillor Jim Lowe said it was important that cattle were not treated for warble flies shortly before going to market. ia had lost only one cow after .reatmcnt with roulene. Mr. Jantzie reported that cattle were sampled for the residue at the packing plants. Council passed a motion to co-operate with the Town of Claresholm hi establishing a new dumping pit for garbage from the town and district to be located at the airport west of town. The town would pay for gravel, fence and posts and the MD would grade a road to the area, dig the pit and install the fence on lajid owned by the town. The dump would only be opened certain hours of the day and dumping would be super- vised. The present dump in the northeast comer of Claresholm would be dosed. should put up a performance bond or a guarantee from Fort Gary Trust which would meet with the district lawyers' ap- proval. If Lenrice did not wish to agree with these terms council felt Lenrice should be let go and another shopping centre looked into. A last request was received from Woodspar Plaza to come into Sparwood. The letter gave council 30 days to accept or refuse their offer and council moved to hold their offer in abeyance till the next council meeting when results of the Lenrice plans should be known. Council also moved that Len- rice's option of first right of refusal on the 10 lots behind the shopping centre be re- scinded in view of the fact the firm is not using all the land it already has bought. Health Officer To Be Hired PINCHER CHEEK B. Wells, chartered At the recent meeting of the advisory board of St. Vincent's lospital it was decided the lospital will arrange to enlist he services of the medical jfficer of health. His department is needed to supervise the infection as auditor. The ladies auxiliary will be asked to assist in purchasing a new incubator to replace the existing one purchased 12 years ago. Fire drills were held during the month and a revised EFFICIENT SERVICE! program in the had been member of the the lire commissioner for his irapcr canto out a car stopped as we were walking says Greg. "The driver said :Dcn'l move.' I said, 'What do you thinking we were in for more insults about my long hair. The man repeated, 'Don't move away from Clares- holm We're with He has had two jobs stacking hay for district farmers. This helps pay for groceries. "We've been living on unem- ployment insurance since being fired from the town crew for refusing to cut my hair, but it's now run out." says Greg. "We haven't had any luck try- ing to sell our furniture. If I oouid get a job here we would like to stay in Clareshohn but I still don't feel the length of my hair should interefere with get- ting a job. I don't mind hard work, and no one has said I was not a hard worker." 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