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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, July 31, 1971 Carmangay fair plans are great CARMANGY Carmangay anl district residents are pre- paring for the big annual fair to be held in the school here Monday, Aug. 16. It is sponsored by the Car- Teaching positions are filled CRANBROOK (Special) With one possible exception, all teaching positions are filled in the Cranbrook School District for the terra which opens Sept. 7. Staff totals 172 including su- pervisors and consultants, and two spring term added "rov- ing" teachers, Mrs. Gordon Kline and Mrs. Maria Phillips. Their function is to minimize with consent of the attending doctor, school interruption for youngsters emporarily disabl- ed by bringing the teaching as- sistance to the youngster for home study. Enrolment is expected to be little altered from the 1970-71 school year of about pupils including rural schools and the four half day kinder- gartens which operate two shifts at Tenth Avenue, T. M. Roberts, Amy Woodland and Central Schools. Work on the 10 school plants including rural toward term opening is proceeding systema- tically. Major item is the new roof at Tenth Avenue School, expected completed prior to term start. Tile school board has post- poned for various reasons the heaing system alteration au- thorized in spring for Tenth Avenue School. Teacher staff turnover, resig- nations and new appointments, was slightly down from the past few years. Preparation for two overflow Muriel Baxter Elementary pri- mary classes in premises leas- ed from the Cranbrook Public Library are near completion. mangay Agricultural Society. The Carmangay Hospital Auxiliary will serve a light lunch the school and provide a place to rest and visit. The Taber Polka Band will lead off the parade at a.m. Judging starts at 9 a.m. Brian White and Harold Lehto are parade marshals. The Carmangay Lions Club has a full slate of entries for its sports day activities. Ball games start at 9 a.m. I There will be a Little League tournament Lions will serve barbecued beef on a bun from noon to 6 p.m. There will be a concession booth at the ball park. The gymkhana will start at 2 p.m. with stake races, pole bending, barrel races and a potato race scheduled. Glenn Church is in charge. A dance win follow the day's activities. It will be held in the school with the Taber Polka Band supplying the music. Re- freshments will be served The fair prize list may be ob- tained at White's Hardware, at the agriculturalist's office at Vulcan, Champion Bank of Commerce and at Daymen's Store at Barons. Membership in the agricul- tural society entitles a family to enter any exhibit. All details are listel in the prize booklet. C. W. White will supply addi- tional information. Mail tax bills NOBLEFORD notices for the Village of Noble- ford have beta mailed togeth- er with details of grants of in- direct assistance of the govern- ment of Alberta. Also sent were homeowners tax discount cards which are for the amount of for 1971. These cards should be re- turned as soon as possible after signing, whether taxes have been paid or not paid, as they will then be credited to the ac- count of the taxpayer. THIRD ANNUAL CLARESHOLM QUARTER HORSE SHOW Monday, August 16 a.m. Claresholm Stampede Grounds Entries Close Tuesday, Aug. 2 POST ENTRIES ACCEPTED TILL SATURDAY, AUGUST 14 AT DOUBLE ENTRY FEE ENTRY FEES: HALTER CLASSES PERFORMANCE CUTTING PURSE CUTTING CATTLE OFFICE TOTAL 4.00 4.00 150.00 20.00 15.00 35.00 OPEN CLASSES OPEN CUTTING WESTERN HORSEMANSHIP 1 4-H EQUITATION-OPEN TO ANY 4-H MEMBER ENGLISH PLEASURE OPEN ENGLISH JUMPING OPEN WESTERN PLEASURE TRAIL HORSE SHOWMANSHIP AT HALTER FOR INFORMATION AND ENTRY FORMS CONTACT: DR. S. CORNISH BOX 8. CLARESHOLM, ALBERTA PHONE 235-3014 Entry Forms may also be picked up at all Bradley Stores Warble control program favored at Pincher Creek PULLED BACK-A 24-year-old patient of the Montreal Allan Memorial Psychiatric hospital threatens to jump from a balcony in Montreal firemen below hold a safety net. She was pulled back to safety by hospital workers. No pollutants from old truck PERRIS, Calif. (AP) Four men say they have adapted a 1960 pickup truck to run on a mixture of hydrogen and oxygen that emits no pollutants. Dwight B. Minnich, one of the four, said here that they chose the hydrogen-oxygen com- bination as the basis of their ex- Shower held IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Laurie Michelson of Calgary, whose marriage to Leslie Wiel- and will take place August 7, was the guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower held in Iron Springs. She was assisted in the opening of her gifts by Mrs. S. Hornberger of Calgary and Carolyn Cross of Iron Springs. A total of 45 women attended the function. periments because the fuel mix- ture would burn without harm- ful leftovers. "The best way to avoid pollu- tants is not to make them in the first place, rather than to try to clean them up he said. Minnich, who has worked as an engineer in aerospace pro- jects, and three engineer col- leagues have worked on the pro- ject in a garage during their spare time since January, 1970. PINCHER CREEK (Special) The results of a petition cir- culated to all cattle owners with regard to establishing a warble control program in the Pincher Creek MD have now seen completed and Of the 496 cattle owners in the municipality, 404 or 01.5 per cent favor the institution at a compulsory warble con- trol program. Some 85 persons were op- posed to the proposed program and seven did not indicate any opinion. As a result of the petition, a bylaw will be introduced to the council which will authorize the istablishment of the warble control program. The bylaw will provide for all cattle in the Pincher Creek MD, except those milking dairy cows and calves under three months of age, to be treatel annually from Aug. 1 ot Nov. 31 with a systenic insecticide registered for warble control, under the pest control products act. Such systenic insecticides as Rue- lene, Neguvon, Co-Ral and any other that may be named from time to time may be used ac- cording to instructions issued on the container label. Milking dairy cows shall be treated from March 1 to May 31 with rotenone. Calves under three months weighing less than 300 pounds and or animals under severe stress may be exempt from trict the Alberta depart- treatment but shall be properly ment of agriculture. treated upon reaching the re- quired age weight or recovery from stress. The municipal district will be making chemicals for treat- ment of warble} available at subsidized prices. The cost of subsidizing the chemical is This system of warble con- trol program is now in effect in most of the municipalities in Alberta. The municipalities of Cardston and Pincher Creek have recently passed bylaws which authorizes the establish- ment of a warble control pro- shared by the municipal dis- gram in their areas. Specialist cast doubts WASHINGTON (AP) A medical specialist cast strong doubts Friday on advertised claims that artificial football turf is safer than grass. In effect, Dr. James G. Gar- rick told a Senate committee, artificial turf increases chances Repair courts NOBLEFORD (Special) Work commenced on repairing of the tennis courts. Resurfacing will soon be com- pleted. New gates will also be needed. Haroll Urvold is in charge of the project. Tests reservoir NOBLEFORD (Special) Village foreman John Warmink reported Mr. Christie of the Lethbridge water resources di- vision had been testing on the east reservoir since the sum- mer of 1970. It was reported the seepage was not too bad and that evaporation had a lot to do with earlier trouble. The west reservoir was dry and had been worked and was now ready for treatment and relinement with Bentonite. It was suggested that a recorder installed at the powerhouse would be an asset in recording when water was running high or low. that a halfback will elude tack lers, but if he doesn't it also in creases his chances of getting hurt. Garrick, an assistant profcs sor oi orthopedic surgery and head of the division of sports medicine at the University of Washington, studied 238 high school football games in Saattle last season. About one-thirl were played on artificial surface and the rest on ordinary football fields, he said. "There is a significantly higher injury rate observed on dry artificial turf as compared to either wet artificial turf or grass !n any his re- port said. BEARDED BEATLE George Harrison, the former Bealle who has emerged as major composer and perfor- mer in his own right, is in New York City for two per- formances Aug. 1. The pro- ceeds are going to East Paki- stan refugees who fled to India during recent turmoil. 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