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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Plante Best Fishermen By VEHN D1CCOUX Pass Btireuu COLEMAN 1'erlect wenlh- ur favored the fii'sf annual Coleman Fish ar.d Game Asso- ciation picnic held at Allison Creek Dam. It was attended by more than 300 people. Races, games and other events were held for the chil- dren. Hot dogs, pop and ice cream were provided by the associa- tion. .Winners of the fishing con- i tests for children 11 years and Andre Plar.te .ml Harvey Ber- 12 to 16 years Lea Plante and Penny Planlc. The largest fish was caught Tommy Plairlc and Hie big- gist calcb i Tommy prize went Plante. to ilmailes! fisherman taking part in the competition was Tia Filtnrich who also received a prize. Tile association announced the next meeting of the mem- bcrs, now 173. will be held in the Lions Scout Hall July 13. President of the association, Patients Pay I To Enter Hospital TAKER (HNS) A policy re- garding hospital entrance char- ges, established by Tabcr Gen- eral Hospital's beard of trus- tecs, following changes in pro- vincial policy, will be rigidly enforced. New regulations from OK provincial govcnvim'iii, with re- spect to the Alberta Health Cere Insurance Commission, provide that the commission will ro longer, after July 1st, pay bad debts incurred at hos- Grcid Banquet COWLEY (HNS) The re- cent graduation banquet of the Livingstone High School Class of '70 was held in the Cowley Community Hall. Guests included Jack Welsh, subdivision trustee, Ken Mc- Dowoil. chairman of the Pin- cher Creek divisional board and C. Emard, divisional sup- erintendent of schools. Gregg Tompldns gave the loast to the parents. It was responded to by Mr. Welsh. Miss Arlene Leskosky offered the toast to the teachers with S. Naslund responding. A surprise least came from Peter IWasiuk, master of cere- monies, to Mr. and Mrs. Steve Kubasek, celebrating their 27th wedding anniversary. A presentation lo Mrs. Marion Ccnreily. v.Tho retired this year could net be made 35 she was absent through illness. i Dante Filaiilo, expressed thanks to Mi-, and Mrs. Doug Planlc, Mr. and Mrs. Lome Planie, Henry tiberghien ar.d Hi-, and Mrs. Wilf Lacrois who i were in charge of kitchen I duties, delivery Co-Ahead I el" gGods anci er.tertainment and j games respectively. Wednnidiiy, Juno 24, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HCRALO 29 Bellv River Area Farjiiers j Protest Flood Erosion Scuds Four Units Down To Defeat Border County Team By MACK IIACKK Herald News Service I Individual ti presented to The US admission charge, which is nut insurable. must he paid on admission of lie pa- tient. Sewage Plan! _ meats for sewage treatment for the Town of Talrei have now been established. progress a fe river. specified completion date this year. A recent meeting was called Honor Julians FORT MACLEOD Members of Trinity United Church recently gathered in the hall to say farewell to the bv the town's engineers Reid, Julian Family, leaving at the Crowther and Partners to clari- end of June. I fv requirements set down by Master cf ceremonies for the the department of health, evening of music was Rev. plans are to augment the George Peters of the Presby-j lagoon system with anaerobic terian Church. j a storage lagoon, and ir- The '.Villa- resources board but have CLAIIESHOLM (HNS) recent meeting of the MD coun-1 had no satisfaction." Calgary t< cil of Willow Creek received a Lee said he had lust more j The fiv< delegation of six farmers from the Belly River area near Fort Maclead. The delegation w a s ram- prised of Chauncey Lee, chair- man; Mel F'cale, Joe Doyle, Leylon Buckwell, MLA. Ted Skcene, ami Vern Seely all with land bordering on the Belly River. Thay appealed to the MD to land since the dam was than before. Mel .Footc thought if there was a more steady in the liver and not so much fluctua- ting in Ihp level of the water llurc would be less damage to the riverbanK's. Mr. Bticltwcll said the lake winner of the Alberta Emer- gency Measures provincial res- cue competition, bringing the honor to Coults for the third time. Last year it lost to the City of 1 team. teams participating built j in the provincial finals were Border County, City of Calgary. County of Leduc, Two Hills and Wapili Unit. The competition was held at team this year consisted of jCouIl.s mi.-ii. Capl. men Huckc; deputy Warren llacke; Paul Thiclen, Chuck Whippk-. Bob .Peterson, Jack Schcnk. Darwin i Roberts ar.d Lto Allcmekinders. not for help io put pressure on senior governments to solve Ihe r problem of their flat land being JL' eaten away by the action of; water flociiing when the dam on the Waterlon River was opened a" Du full control, tion. Once too much. Mr. Lee said he had to but the jie water has to the damage was "You would think nb had hit it. You to deal because of cf his new land j channel i" Musical numbers were per- rigation with the effluent with formed. Jim Allen presented the Ju- lians with a gift of crystal and a purse of money. HURI.BURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd Ave. S., lethbridge THURSDAY, JUNE 25th SALE STARTS P.M. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE Philco 21" TV: chrome, table and 3 chairs; double dresser and mirror; of drawers; Lg. air cooler: 2-desks; ping pong table; Crosley fridge; rugs; Zenith dryer; Viking automatic washer; GE dryer; Viking wringer washers; mattresses; single beds; large sliding door; air compressor with large tank: sink with metal cabinet; mowers; McClary 30" gas range; electric sewing machine; comp. 54" bed; twin rinse tubs; Kayak; large commercial sewing machine; basin; nice brown lounge and chair. swing set; picture frames; baby bug- gy; coffee tables; picnic table; set pots and pans: vacuums air compressor; vise; electric drill; ice cream maker; camp stove; electric clippers; bike parts; dishes; electric appliances; Martin lever action .22; 2-wheel utility toiler. PIUS MANY OTHER ARTICLES. SALE CONDUCTED BY HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. Phoiw 328-4705 1920 2nd S. AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN tic. No. lie. No. 458 limited discharge to the river. The design is flexible so that additional treatment oavi be readily added. The open ditch from the under river syphon to new anaerobic pits will remain for another year and steps are to be taken to prevent sludge de- posits. A minimum of two anaerobic cells, with two days detention time each, will be constructed near the holding lagoon with by-pass facilities. A 40-acre storage cell. 10 feet deep, will be constructed by the existing lagoons, using recog- nized construction principles. Present lagoons were strip coal mining pits and have unsuitable holding capacity. A recording sewage flow meter will be installed, either a weir of a measuring flume, on the final effluent to the river. Land to be irrigated is the west half of Section 19 and the middle north-south portion of Section -25 north of the river. Water resources will set up the irrigation procedure, recoin- ment the type of cover crop to be used, and initiate a soil sampling, ground water testing and analyzing program. Later tin's work will be carried out by the town. It is expected that design of the project will allow tor the calling of tenders sometime in July, allowing the summer and fail months for actual construc- tion of the necessary works. 322 13th Street N. Phone 327-5687 1st QUALITY SYNTHETIC WIGS SPECIAL .00 Women's Dresses 41 Pant Suits 0 Maternity Wear All Slacks (Including blue jeans, cords and forlrel) All Sports Wear (Sizes junior, Misses Women's) Sweaters Blouses Skirts Special Rack! COTTON DRESSES 2.95 SALE OF CHILDREN'S WEAR CONINUES WITH FURTHER REDUCTIONS THIS WEEK ONLY! CHILDREN'S IMPORTED UNDERWEAR Underwear ik, (Flowered pcilterr. only) Poelman Wins i think we have to lock to PFRA and water resources to conduct an investigation.1' Reeve George ap- i pointed a committee to mvesti- Public works supervisor Dave Peterson said wet weather had hield up work on the Williams GKANUM (HNS) Glen i cooley read '.vest of Nanton. Poelman. son of Mr. and Mrs. vVork'on black topping ths road Bill Pcelman. won the provin- from ciareshojm Industrial dal prize for Ihe best farm j Airport to Greenbank School fire safety essay for Grade begun. in a contest sponsored by the Blacktop patching was com- Alberia Safety Council. j pleted en (he Bl Accompanied by his parents of Fort Macleod. pleted en (he Blue Trail south I and tea oiier. Mrs. Ethel Do-j Fred Gorman told council his Maere, he attended a luncheon 40-acre barley crop was dam- at Edmonton recently when Lieutenant Governor Grant MacEwan presented each of the Four winners with a plaque when it was flooded by water after a grade let go. An 18-incl) culvert was said to have been taken out resulting in (or the school. ?50 and a pin. i water building up. the National Survival Training Siie, Camp Sarcee. Calgary. This year's event was a tougher competition with highly skilled teams competing. Scor- ing for all teams was very close. Although Border County won on overall points, all teams were so close that some came first in at least one of the tests cl the five events required. These were: lashing and knots, party leader reconnaissance, j ladder slide and lower by rope, I rescue from voids, and derrick erection. The L. C. Halmrast Trophy was presented to tie Border j County Team by Welfare Min-! ister Edgar Gerhail, also EMO chief. OK Pumps CRANBROOK (Special) Al- j ready rationed to alternate days j and limited hours for lawn sprinkling. 70.7 per cent of Cranbrook owner-electors ap- proved immediate short-term borrowing of for more water pressure in the city's sys- tem. About one-third of the rate- pavers voted. Hard of Hearing? See The New "DISCREET" available at EATON'S HEARING AID CENTRE Stereo Floor MR. H. W. MATHESON OUR CERTIFIED HEARING AID AUDIOLOGIST Will be in LETHBRIDGE on Thursday, 25th a.m. till p.m. You won't believe your eyes or ears when you hear and see the "Discreet" by Qualitone. The most natural sounding eyeglass hearing aid we have ever made. Gone forever is artificial sound. No cost or obligation. Come in, call or write tomorrow. EATON'S HEARING CENTRE Second Floor Dial 327-8551 Mr. H. W. Mathcson See WAYNE McNAMARA, our Floor Covering Manager CARPET REMNANTS-UP TO i PRICE EXAMPtES Size Carpel Regular Solo 9'xl2' Gold Shoo 9M2' Green Shag 9'x 12' Gold Embossed 10'xl2' Green Tweed PLUS MANY MORE SI 20 S120 99 S130 S52 S66 O SPECIAL FEATURE 26 beautiful colors NOW, ONLY SQ. YD. Free Shag Rake Included o NICE 'N EASY INDOOR- OUTDOOR CARPET Focim Bach or All Weather Cushion ONE PRICE 3 .99 SQ. YD. We Specialize In Wall To Wall Installations i REVY'S UNIQUE FOLDING PICNIC TABLE COMPLETELY ASSEMBLED (NO. P.B. 17) Enjoy Canada's Outdoor: 5eats folded make table set- tina easier and economical on v, inter storage space. You can paint or stain to suit 1S.95 SPECIAL STAINED 32.95 FENCES FOR 197P ML4 DESIGN Package includes 4x4 posts. 1x8 and 1x4 selected spruce Pick up a copy of boards and a 2x4 our fence bra- spruce top and bot- chure and see the torn rail. Posts are many other styles cut to length and available. cupricide treated. All necessary naila sup. 48" HIGH plied. Reg. 1J6 QCr 36" HIGH Special "C per ft. Special per ft. TRANSLUCENT Flbregbss Panels Yellow, While and Mint 4 or. 28" x Rsg. 5.25 Sheer 5 oi. 26" x 96" Retj. 6.95 Shset REGAL WHITE HOUSE PAINT 1st QUALITY ONLY GAl. ALL WEATHER WHITE EXTERIOR OR BRIGHT RED BARN PAINT OA, PAINT BRUSH SETS 1-1 1-3" 2.98 vcilue. ONLY REVY'S 8'xl6' CATTLE FEEDER CAPACITY 10 TONS ROLLtO GRAIN 595 bushels whole qrain. SPECIAL ROLLER COATER and TRAY Self feeder Rigid construction Designed and approv- ed by feeder people 2-4x6 fir skids 2x10 wearboords V ssleci ply V standard ply wdb 9 whalers and steel support rods Painted Regular includes hauling up fo 50 miles ONLY OPEN 8 A.M. TO 5 P.M. MONDAY THRU FRIDAY. 8 A.M. TO 12 NOON SATURDAY BUILDiG MATERIALS Cor. 17th St. and 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5777 ERVIN H. BUCK Mgr. 1500 BUSHEL CIRCULAR TWIN PLY GRAIN BIN No studs Pointed 0 Lift awuy augur door Double thickness plywood walls Vcntiiatcd peak load hatch Steel bonds Deliveied Within 50 mil- REVY'S 70 BUSHEL CALF CREEP FEEBER SAFETY DESIGNED R Open artn Two side fcccl.'ng 8 Calves cannol 90! hunq up P Lmge feeding capacity 6 3-4x4 fir skids 6 2x4 framing plywood Reg. 141.50 in- FW flft eludes haulinci ti up to 50 miln ;