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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Juna 1, 1974 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD-21 Foremost Cole man and then a wiener roast Foremost School pupils in Grades 1 to 6 tidy the school grounds. Several truck loads of garbage were hauled to the town dump. Litter and tumbleweeds were burned. Then pupils and teachers had a wiener roast and barbecue on the school grounds. School division secretary elected to chartered group PINCHER CREEK (HNS) Robert J. Roth, secretary- treasurer of Pincher Creek School Division 29, has been elected an associate of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators. His diploma carries with it the privilege of describing himself as a chartered secretary and of adding the letters ACIS after his name. The institute is a world-wide professional organization of executive administrators with a membership of and 35.000 members. iMemberstnp is available only to those who pass a number of examinations on business or public administration subjects. Residential mill rate set at Blairmore Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS-CIRCULATION-JOBPRINTING VERNON DECOUX. 592-2149 If you live in the MILK RIVER WARNER AREAS MR. V.E.J. LEROUX one of our will be at the TOWN OFFICE in MILK RIVER on Monday, June 3rd from to 12 at the VILLAGE OFFICE in WARNER on Monday, June 3 from to p.m. To meet with interested For appointment or other information please phone our office at 328-9681 Lethbridge INDUSTRIAL DMLOPMNJ BANK 205 ProfMatonal Building 740-4th S. Lathbridga, Alberta BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Coun. Wallace Aebli has resigned after serving on town council for the past 2Vz years. He said his business is pressing him for time. He resigned at a recent budget meeting. Council has set the tax rate at 68 mills for residential properties which is an increase of .9 of a mill from last year's 67.1 mills. The commercial assessment is being evaluated before council sets the commercial rate which is Clean-up PINCHER CREEK (Special) The spring clean- up will continue here until Friday. Residents have been urged to support this campaign and clean up their properties. Debris should be placed in an accessible location for town crews. Oancrcs APPOINTMENT Save ppe bending fo your specs. IAHPIPES TRAILER BARS DUALS EXHAUST PIPES SOU BARS FORMING I EXPANDING rOnritr MR. J.E. (Jim) WILSON Mr. Fred Sparrow, Super- intendent of Treasury Bran- ches, is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. J. E. Wilson as Manager of the Treasury Branch, Cardston, Alberta. Mr. Wilson was formerly Manager of the Treasury Branch at Fort Macleod, Al- berta He has over 12 years experience in the financial field. Mr. Wilson assumes his new position on June 4th, 1974. ADV1 CRROINHL MUFFLER CENTRES l.RL GALVANIZED STSTtJAS A cwnoWa airhaint aya- tam and abode afcaorb- aanrica. Duata our apadatty. 2710-12 Ava. South Phona 328-6353 Gov't installing pollution monitors (CNP Bureau') Coleman council has disclosed the department of the environment pollution control division is setting up four pollution checking points here. The units are being established at the water pump station in west Coleman, near the arena, at the pump station on Blairmore road and near the town garage. Regular readings are going to be made by the department. Council agrees Coleman Collieries is proceeding with its attempts to lessen the dust emission from the coal cleaning plant and the mine yards as sprinklers are being installed, windbreaks being constructed and other steps are being taken to curb coal dust pollution. A local business expressed its concern at the fact that town employees are on strike and asked who residents should contact in the event of an emergency such as gas leaks, sewer or water problems. Mayor John Holyk replied, "I have enough faith in our The Herald" District that should an arise they will based on the 28-mill School foundation program. Mayor Ernie Fantin says the town has applied for a NIP (Neighborhood Improvement Program) grant for aid in acquisition of land, to improve the town electrical system and for recreation projects including a cement arena floor, headers for the ice plant and for contraction of tennis courts. WE BEND ANY TAILPIPE, INSTANTLY (most exhaust pipes, too) employees emergency turn out." Problems of dirty water, due to spring runoff, were brought up as complaints are being received. Council is looking into alternate systems of providing water but is waiting until location of the highway through town is decided. Some of the alternate systems suggested would be in the Nez Perce Creek area where the highway may be located. Recreation director Garry Nelson was given approval to hire local students under STEP to do such projects as keeping the grass cut in the town parks, cleaning up local cemeteries and tearing down old. unsightly, abandoned buildings. leaseholdings back to towns and communities. The railway is planning to subdivide for developments by turning it over to Marathon Realty, its subsidiary. The Crowsnest Pass Band Booster Club was given approval to proceed with a ______________house to house blitz Council disclosed it is 'campaign June 11 tc.raise unable to arrange a meeting Lunds to help send the band to igrath Magratn prepares anniversary show MAGRATH (HNS) Magrath is preparing for its 75th annual celebration July 26 to 28. Opening ceremonies will precede a track meet at the town park Friday at 5 p m. Class reunions are planned for that night Parade and program will be Saturday morning. Rodeo events will take place at the fair grounds east of the golf course. The Magrath Agriculture Society and Rodeo Club are spending long hours developing the new arena, chutes and track for the events Portable bleachers have been purchased for the occasion. A barbecue at Jubilee Park and special dance at the elementary school gymnasium will conclude Saturday's schedule. Sunday will be devoted to pioneer oriented services at local churches. The Magrath History Association is hoping to finish the Magrath and district history book before the celebration. The biography committee, with Mrs S. C. Brewerton and Mrs. Harold Boucher in charge, is striving to get family histories and pictures compiled in albums and files as only brief sketches can be included in the book. Mr. and Mrs Burns Marker arranged the pictures. To promote Magrath's birthday celebrations, town council has diamond shaped decals available in letterhead size or larger for car windshields or bumpers. These may be seen and purchased at the Magrath Trading Company or the post office. Street signs have been posted on main roads and general cleaning is in progress to prepare for the three days of festivities. with cabinet ministers at Edmonton to discuss the location of Highway 3 through Coleman. Coun. Ted Kryczka suggested council invite "unbiased" members of the Oldman River Regional Planning Commission to visit Coleman so they can have a first hand look at Coleman's problems with the highway location and possibly suggest a route or offer an opinion This will be done. Coleman Elks and the Town of Coleman received a letter from the CRTC advising that the rebroadcast station to be set up on Bluff Mountain near Blairmore, to serve the entire Crowsnest Pass, must be constructed within one year. The station will rebroadcast CFCN-TV Calgary over Channel 8. Council will look into cost of repaying the local tennis courts as it was reported that holes have developed and the surface is uneven. A number of tournaments are planned. Council approved payment of the Pincher Creek Crowsnest Foundation requisition for the Crestview Lodge which has increased from last year to Council approved signing a resolution that is being circulated suggesting that the CP Rail revert its Expo at Spokane, Wash. Firechief Zak will attend a convention at Wainwright June 9 to 12. New tennis courts will be ready PINCHER CREEK (Special) Due to joint efforts of the Municipal District of Pincher Creek and the town, four new regulation- size tennis courts will be in operation this season. Upgrading and hard- surfacing courts will cost about It increases the number of courts from two to four. Tennis club members will put a rubber base surface on the courts this season They would like to install lights for evening playing at a later date. Beginners' lessons are scheduled to start Wednesday. June 5, with young people under 14 playing from 6 to 7 "30 p.m. and adults from 7.30 to 9 p.m. Tournaments and participation in the Southern Alberta Summer Games will take place here. ABLE IRRIGATION LTD. Consultants Designers Distributors Sales Service Installations Kindling ALL MAKES of Sprinklirs and Mitid Equipminl for all sins Cill or Writo for your Agricultural and Turf Nwds Dealer Inquiries Welcomed! Member Phom48Z-Z774 482-1143 aftor hours SPRINKLER IRRISITIOK USSOCISTIOH No. 208.10235-124 Strut. Eliionton, Alta. NOW SHOWING Big Deals for'74 1969 CMC 1973 INTERN ATION With Camper_V8.4 Speed, was SPOTUTEVALUE........ 1965 VOLKSWAGEN New Brakes. 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