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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Decoux Photo CHARTER PRESENTED-Fernand Paquefte, left, pro- duction manager of Phillips Cables (Western) Lid. of Sentinel and president of the Foothills Chapter of the Industrial Management Clubs of Canada accepts the charter from National President Rober! Fraser at a social held at the Turtle Mountain hotel. nit i.ciHBRiuor 3 Ma for Topic Of Recrwiluni Admiidslniiors M____J____________M_________________________________________________ TABliR (HNS) The pre- servation as a wilderness area scmHiiig's Camp and the Beaver Mines Lake area southwest of Pinchcr Creek was (lie major item discussed at a recent meeting here of the Southern Area (Zone 1) recrea- tion administrators. The meeting considered in de- tail, and gave its1 full support (o. a written brief prepared by W. D. "Buck" Geldert. rcerea- ion administrator for the Coun- ty of Lelhbridgc, and H. F. "Bob" Jenkins. Southern Alber- ta region executive, Boy Scouts of Canada. With tile development of the Impeesa campsite over the past four years, the Beaver Mines Lake lias become attrac- tive to sportsmen and spoilers and the resultant pollution and jestruction of property have developed to a matter of major concern. The campsite, for which cense of occupation was grant- ed by the department of lands omen Guild PINCHER CREEK (Special) i bers met weekly to sew, darn fabric of the church.' He felt The Church Women's Guild of St. John the Evangelist Par- ish was organized by the An- i glican women on Ascension Day, May 18, 1390. It is be- lieved to be the first organized group of its kind in Alberta. Their purpose was to promote interest and -do more church work in the parish. The mem- 1 Neiv Officers PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Pincher Creek Kinder- garten has completed a suc- cessful year of operation. At a recent meeting of the mothers the following executive was elected for the coming year: president, Mrs. R. C. Louns- bury; treasurer, Mrs. H. Dewart; secretary, Mrs. Gary Moore. Mrs. W. A. Riley will again be instructing the children. Classes were held in St. John's Anglican hall. and knit. Their work was in much demand by the police and bachelors of the district. On June 5th, at a luncheon, church women from St. John's Anglican church and repre- sentatives of other denomina- tions gathered to commemorate Ihe SOth anniversary of the founding of (heir group. the women had had a very suc- cessful 80 years, but looked for an even more exciting and eventful time because of. the changing role of women within the church. He urged the wom- en to push for partnership in the ministry. Women were now being ordained1 as deacons in I the church, the question is The oldest member presen Ulcy be allmved to Proceed as pri was Mrs. Stephen Lunn, wh has been a continuous membe; for 55 years, acting as secre tary for 34 years, until her re tirement in 1S68. Mrs. Brad Sawyer, presiden of the ACW introduced the Ver Rev. David J. Carter B.A L.Th. S.T.B., Dean of Calgary Rector of the Cathedral Church of Calgary and son of Arch deacon Carter of Medicine Hat Dean Carter is also author o. "Where the Wind a his- tory compiled on the Dioceses of Calgary. In addressing the ladies, Dean Carter referred to them zs the 'warp and woof of the Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Residenl Rep., Blairmore Phone 562-2149 Let T. J. (Tom) NICOL Help you start in a highly profitable HOG PRODUCTION OPERATION with THE PREMIUM HY-GRADE MEAT HOG Selected breeder gilts ore a 3- way cross of Landrace, York- shire and Hampshire. Gilfs are crossed with purebred Duroc Boars Bred to produce lean meat-typo hogs. More disease free than other hogs, RO YALE AN fastcr 9ainins breed- We specialize in s LIQUID FEEDING A special blender is used fo make up your "liquid" slurry. After mixing a pump unit distributes the feed through a pipe line for delivery to individual strip R the men do, even to the point of a woman primate. The changing rule sees the negative tilings throughout the years being overcome because of the change in transportation and communication. New pat- terns are established in what Ministry is all about. Dean Carter urged all pres- ent to be part of the world wide Christian community, with an increased awareness of other denominations. In closing Dean Carter sak: St. John's was the oldest church in the diocese in continuous use. It was also one of the few parishes that had kept up its history. He urged them to con- tinue to do so. UK! forests, located ,-it Hie with the intent of the j loyally lrc.spass on Hie leased nk'ipjil "District of Tfihor No'. west .side of a area known Lake. reerealional water Mines lea .he water feet. T h c wilderness aspect of the area and recreational facilities were provided mainly for (he use of Ihe scouting movement. Though the camp is in in- fant stage, last year (lie camp was used by 8C3 people for 2.'JG camper days. Further camp developments level by some 1C j are required, including im- l provement to the pressure wa- granted in after an access road had been constructed to the 311 acre (met of forestry, and Hie following year a dam and spillway were built to raise Impcesa recreational area. .iriicipate in II meeting agreed that the effects! ci.-il government's pi- of (lie wilderness c a m ping a r c a are being destroyed by the illegal public presence in- camp was developed Child Clinics PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Chinook Health Unit will conduct I'm following baby clinics: HILLCREST: Friday, June 12, Credit Union office, to a.m. BELLEVUE: Friday, June 12, Town Hall, to p.m. PINCHER CREEK: Wednes- day, June 17, Health Unit Of- fice, to a.m. and to p.m. CLARESHOLM: Thursday, June 18, elementary school, to p.m. PINCHER CREEK: Friday, June 19, health unit office. 10.30 to a.m. and to p.m. GRANUM: Friday, June 26, High School Lunchroom, to p.m. to" system, additional building faeilities. and better off-season control of the property. The access road to (he lake site, installation of the dam and spillway, End the subsequent slocking of tlic lake with fish have all created a situation al- tractive to large numbers of people to the lake. Physical damage to the scout property, increase in fire haz- ard, trespassing on privately leased property, oil, gas and garbage pollution of the lake area with consequent dcs'.mc- tion of fish, have created an un- savory condition which requires the full co-operation of every- one to control and eliminate. side (he camp and around the council vuled lo implement Ill- program in ro-opri-atji.ro I'.ilii vicinity of (he camp. municipal govern- The administrators noting j menls within the iiarans- that fishing in tlic lake is en- 1 Eureka Health Unit, excepting coin-aged by the fish and wild- life branch, department of lands and fcr'esls. felt that this the cily of IjCthhridge. The health unit covers basi- ca.lly Ihe County of U-lhbrklgc public agency has a moral and the Municipal District of responsibility to at least, assist Taber. and participating in the or formulate a solution to what is seen as a mammoth prob- lem. A number of alternatives sug- gested to remedy tile situation were presented: Destroying the fish in '.he lake, which is sure under pres- ent increasing rates of pollu- All were in ni'.'.'jl.ing coifvcncd frum 10 !o flsii'inn wliii'ii time MLA nnuql.T. Mil- Icr presenter! ;i f'-'j.KI'; l.o ret'vn .Vepl.'i lie- half of the department M' yuulh. The cheque represent e'i lhr> AlD's i'ive-yonr pninl fur roational prop'uin tis recommended T.-ihri1 Regional Recreation tion from motor boats, etc., would reduce and eliminate the attraction of Ihe spot lo fisher- men. Removing Ihe road into the camp, leaving only a trail, would prevent Ihe access of rs and boats to the lake, thus i TABER (HNS) A general Hospital mill rate of 74.1 mills, was set j for Alberta IIosppji Monday by the council, Tabcr Municipal 'District M, fol- lowing approval cj estimates of revenue a n d expenditure for This is nine per ecnt low- er than the 31.5 mills paid last j nicipal requirements 11.1 MII.OI. fius Act discontinued this Barons-Eurcka lleallh n 11 2.3 Taber Fouwlr.licn fl.n 10.81: agricuturc! service board 1.8 ci.2': lire piotcclion area iVo. l.u inn Under ncv.- IcpsblM The brief also points lo noise restricting the use and reducing} The mill ralr quoted cnn. i trie, power and pipe linn: pollution from horns, motors, j pollution of the area. i cerns the bulk of ratepayers in i cial assessments are party noises and (he like as detracting from file solitude peace and quiet so much seen as identified needs to be pre- served for youth. In summary, the brief stales that these forms of water, garbage, noise, fires, trol of people boundaries without controllable contribute to the eventual depreciation and pos- sible destruction of the wilder- ness environment both inside Obtaining support and laboration of other agencies in- cluding municipalities interest- ed in the camping area, in leas- ing the remaining side of the lake in order to prevent unwar- j For supporters of Tabcr Sep- ranled use and increase con-1 arate School District No. 54. the i Barons-E ti r c k a The the area, administrators agreed mill rale wenl down 5.5 mills I Tnbcr i Unit School that proper use of the wilder- ness area by the public is de- sirable providing destruclion of lie beauty and solitude of the and outside the Camp Impcesa j park is prevented. However, (he area. i scouting movement has neither While t h e public is legally tile finances nor the manpower enlitled to use the access to police iis own leased prop- road to the area, and to use crty. lei alone the vast areas the lake for fishing, it may not i ava'-.'able to public use. Pageant On June 26 This feeder is 2 sided and serves as a pen divider. Mods of strong sanitary stainless steel they are available in sev- eral different sizes for finishing barns, dry sow. barns, and nursery areas. We also carry a full line of LEJOHN FARROWING STAUS AUTOMATIC WATERERS THOMPSON'S WATER SEAt FOR COMPLETE WATER. PROOFING DRINKERS VENT-MATIC VENTIIATING FANS AND CONTROLS FILTER FLOORS PINCHER CREEK (Special) It is time again for Alber- ta's Indian Princess Pageant. This year, it will be held in the Stampede City Calgary. It will be held at the Palliser Hotel June 26 at p.m. Girls interested in entering should note that sponsors must supply transportation to and :'rom Calgary as well as na- ive costume. Contestants must be single and_ between the ages of 18 and 25. Meals, accom- moddation and transportation while in Calgary will be paid ror by tile princess committee. The lucky winner will get to appear in the National Indian Princess Canada finals at Yel- owknife, N.W.T. July 9. For further information and entry forms, interested persons should contact: Peter Cress- well, Napi Friendship Associa- tion, Box 657, Pincher Creek, Alberta. Entry forms must be mailed in no later than June 15th. iHANY CROSSINGS Thirty-one bridges cross the River Seine in the heart of Paris. NATAL, B.C. (HNS) At a recent jcint meeting of the Planning End Recreation Com- mittee of the District of Spar- a letter passed from Council for study by the Plan- ning Committee, from Wood- spar Shopping Centre request- ed permission to establish a second shopping centre in Spar- WOCfl. The letter proposed a 15-acre Shower For Bride-Elect WRENTHAM brjd al miscellaneous shower1 was held in the school auditorium recently honoring Miss Dianne Bauer, Calgary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bauer, Medi- cine Hat, bride-elect of Jerry Kubik, Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kubik of Wrentham. Misses Man' Kubik, sister of the groom-to-be: Janet Rudd and Charlene favor- No Money For Sportsplex NATAL, B.C. (HNS) At Ihe last meeting of the District of Sparwood council a letter was received from the depart- ment of municipal affairs ad- vising council that in all prob- ability money could be borrow- ed for a new municipal com- plex of municipal offices and fire hall, but that it is highly unlikely in the present money market that money could be borrowed for a new sports com- plex for the area. Tire letter informed council that the municipality would not be allowed to go into debt for1 recreation purposes. According- ly, council is to inform the Natal-Michel Community Fund Society that their services will be required for the replace- ment of the curling rink and skating arena. Such an organi- zation can go into debt for such a project, but municipal affairs will not approve of Council doing so. For all your needs including Ihe hogs To gel you starlet) in the highly profitable field contact our local Represonlalivo- T. J. (Tom) NICOL 2002 9th Avenue S. Phone 327-1285 COUNTRY NEWS These Are Thektltkidge Herald Correspondents In Your Area PINCHER CREEK AND BROCKET KORINE YELLOW HORN PINCHER CREEK MRS. EDWARD ILJNN (Spctial Correspondent) Box 213 WRENTHAM MRS. RALPH WHITROW P 0 Cos 9? CIARESHQIM PAUL ANDERSEN P Q Bo. -MR COUTTS ra COAmi'iERANC's MUCllER p'a B8X MMk MRS. PETER TYMBURSKI..................Box )005 Contact these people for your District Nows or Classified Advertising wrote "advice to which was later rea ed the guests with piano solos. The guests were then present- ed with slips of paper on which they bride' by the bride-to-be. The bride-elect was assisted in the opening of her. many gifts by Mary Kubik, while they were recorded by her sister-in- law, Mrs. Patty Bauer of Wyo- ming. shopping centre with a chain grocery, a chain departm e n I store and a chain hardware alcng wilh Ihe usual shops as- sociated with a shopping cen- tre. The proposal provided a list of the types and number of shops UiEt a ccmmunil'- of should support. The committee recommend- ed dial Council arrange to meet with representatives of the firm proposing the Woodspar Centre. The committee also express- ed considerable concern about the late slart on construction of the shopping centre pre- viously proposed by Leurice Engineering. from 82.2 to 76.7 mills. ridge ispital mil experience a 9.5 mill rate trict S4.821 reduclion from 77.-1 lo 67.3 mills......... A comparison of taxation rates with last year in the va- rious areas of expenditure is as follows: Provincial school foundation program 32.3 Taber School Division No. 6, 18.5 Taber Separate School District No. 54 21.1 Lcth- bridge Municipal Hospital Dis- trict 0.8 Taber General Included in the year's enuc arc the municipal tance grant of 200) and the liighways rlepail- menl road grant of 5119.343 (S115.128) for a balanced budget for the year of Sl.fi.15.680, being lower than for the pre- vious year. The reduction is due mainly to lower school and hospital costs for the current vear. BEFORE YOU BUY CHECK OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICES A special invitation is extended to everyone in Sparwood and Fernie FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL LTD. 909 3rd AVE. S. PHONO 327-545'! i Get of the good times with Old Vienna Lively sip after sip. BREWED RIGHT HERE IN ALBERTA. BOHEMIAN MAID BREWINU COMPANY ;