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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta INTER CONTINENTAL PIPE BAND COMPETITIONS CANADIAN NATIONAL EXHIBITION AUG. 17 TO 20, 1972 Special Excursion Only Re fur n Including Airfare, Accommodation and Adnmlions Far Booking! Contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The LetMnidgc Herald SECOND SECTION Alberta, Monday, March 20, 1972 PACKS 11 TO 22 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 10T PROFESSIONAL BIDG. 740 4lh AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE, AlBERTA Ask oboul Phologray Tho Icni that changes with light. IN A CORNFIELD The lileya Dance Group of Ed- monton demonstrate the talent that brought them first place in the Ensemble Ballef-Characrer (open) Class for their donee, In a Cornfield. The group performed twice in the Saturday night Dance Festival Highlights, also per- CLosc to computers miles north of Edmonton, to forming In the Girls' Ukrainian Lyrical Dance, was uwcrcted a mark of 85. The Festival of Highlights was performed before an audience of 500 in the Yates Mem- orial Centre. participated in tlie ninth annu- al Alberta Dance Festival ivhich ended Saturday after a day run in tlic Yatcs Memorial Centre. The dancers travelled from ES far away as S'c. Albert, 10 ence of 500. compete in the festival. The competitions ran from 7 a.m. to midnight daily, con- cluding with a performance of the Dance Festival Highlights -Saturday night before an audi- A workshop to he conducted by the three adjudicators line] boon planned for Sunday, but was cancelled due to the small number of competitors who were able to stay an extra day iti the city, The festival is sponsored by Specialises in the area of in- ternational affail's will lecture in Lcthbridge this week. Beginning tonight, liie first of five diplomats owl specialists in internal! Olio I affairs will open a week-long non-credit program at Lclhbridge Colle- giate Institute about Canada's relationship with other nations. The program is sponsored by the continuing education divi- sion of the University of Lcth- bridge, in co-operation with the Southwest Regional Social Stu- dies Council. D. A. McLeod, first secretary of the British High Commision in Ottawa will lecture about Canada and starting at Trophy- Bain School of Ddncinu, Red Deer. House of Trophy Maureen cram f.Tearp, Calgary. Acs Trophy Jo-Lynoe Culler, Cal- gary. Leinwehber Aggrcgale O'Con- ncr, Calgary. Eaton's Aqgregale V.'enda Craw- ford, Red Deer. ?ga1a Susan Smllh, Six local industries are assessed for sewage dis Edm ntcf Jig Natalie Wilson, Calgary. Senior 1 Jig V.'entf a Craw- ford, Red Deer. Ian Wood Memorial Trophy Natalie Wilson, C.ilgnry. Senior Sailor's HorfipJpe Wmda Crawlwd, Red Junior Highland Mali on a! Diane Lynn Walker, Shenvcod Park. Senior Highland Nations! Wenrfa Crawford, Red Deer. Ballet Scholarship moo each) Barbara Dc-Jtls, Sherwood Park; Card Jollifte, l.eIribridge; Kellle Mac- IrrrilBn, Calgary. H-U years Tao Scholarship A'.vrjia Lccky, tiimoMcn, Open Tap Scholarship ISIOO) Mvrrtc Pewter, Edmcnlon. Tap Section Scholarship each) Detcrnn Ska Icy, Rc-d Geor. Senior Hichlrncl Scholarship [SSO enrrO Kcl1i2 MacLachlart, Calgary; Cdlhy Cameron. Calgarv. Junior Highland (SH each) O'Connor, Canary; Lynn Waiter, Sherwccd Bailer Gold Medal Carol Jollitfe, Lr-l hi: rid go. Rf'rf Datr. Highland Gctd Medal Wcnda Crnw'crd, Red Deer. Junior Ballel Scholarship Eftjmrnlnn. Junior Tap Schclanliip (S2S) Ndncv LsLan, tdnicnlon. Junior Highland Sthalnrship fS15t- Erin O'Ccnncr, Cnlrarv, Duel Junior Hinhl.'-nd or Irish jsii fach) Teresa Cad man, Calgary; Erin O'Connor, C.ilrnry. Pallet Teachers TrnpTiy Muriel Jollifffe, Tan Trophy Arlpne Drer. KifMard Teachers TfopTiy Eve- lyn 'l.cinwctcrr Junior Ballet Scholarship (SIS) Tern-Jo Utly, Building permits The inspection ,ind develop- ment department, issued hnild- ing permits last totalling Eleven permits were token out for construction of single family houses worth Smith's Color TV and Appli- ances Lfrf. was issued a permit for construction of a addition to the existing build- at JlWi St. N. Hv RICHARD BURKK Herald Staff Writer Six local industries arc be'.ng billed an extra a month by (he city for sewage dis- charge. The surcharge is based on cither the volume of sownge washed into the lines at a par- ticular time, even though the amount of suspended solids and I10U (bacterial oxygen demand) is below the maximum allowed by ttie sewage bylaw, or on the amount of (lie pollutants in excess of the bylaw require- ments. The maximum accepted vol- ume, measured over an eight- hour period, is cubic feet per month. The limits on pollu- tants arc set at GOO milligrams per litre of suspended solids, 500 milligrams per litre of ROD and 350 milligrams per litrn of ester-soluble grease, The surcharge is applied to cncoura ge Indus tries to con- struct their own pollution abate- ment equipment to minimize the heavy loading of the new sec- ondary sewage treatment plant. The estimated operating cost of the plant is per year. The sewage is tested by Ma- terials Testing Laboratory out- side each of the industrial plants. The tests are conducted oncu every six months, and are pa ill for 'out of a ac- count for all industrial sewage testing. Eight Industries arc tested. From a recent test, two were found to meet the bylaw re quiremcnts in both categories and were not surcharged. Western Canada Seed Proces- sors treat the effluent before it is allowed to go into the sewer lines. Primary treatment facil- ities were installed at the plant and have been operating since December, Hugh Michael, plant manager said. Ho said the facilities cost the company more than Cornwall Canning, at this time of year, produces only soda pop, which creates little in the way of pollutants, manager Harold Vosburgh said. j However, when the fresh veg- cfable production is started iti the summer, the situation will require a closer lock, he said. The company has plans to add facilities by July which will min- imize the BOD and suspended solids contained in ttie sewage, he said, AH of the six companies which were surcharged have either be- gun installing sewage facilities at their plants or have plans for treatment. Canada Packers started work on a primary treatment facil- ity last year and is wailing for parts to arrive for completion. Ross Held, plant manager, snid the unit will cost about and when operating, in about six weeks, should elimin- ate the surcharge. At Lilydalc Poultry Sales, the quality of the sewage was ac- ceptable, hut the volume was excessive, Ralph Effler, plant manager said, One way of combatting the problem of excess waste is 10 use a holding tank at the source and allow (he effluent to ba let out over a 2-1 hour period in- stead of over eight hours. With the present rate of pro- duction and (he union contract at Lilydale, it is not economical- ly feasible to nrovi'V a holding tank, Mr. Effler said. However, plans lor plant ex- pansion "may include a hold- ing be said. The pollution strength of the effluent from Canadian Dressed Meats is also under the limits set out in the city bylaw. The company is surcharged on vol- ume, CDM manager Archie Murphy said. Introducing COLIN McLAY Our New Sales Representative To Our Many Cutlomers and Friends ____ 'ec' Colin is well qualified COLIN McLAY '1's u'most serve you. CHINOOK STATIONERS LTD. 306 13 St. North Phone 327-4591 An extensive clean up pro- gram has been carried out at the plant to cut down on pollu- tants, lie said. There are also plans pending for installation of n primary sewage treatment facility in the near future, he said. Sick's Lellihridgc Brewery lias facilities now which cut down on the effluent released into the sewer linos, Bill An- derson, Sick's accounting man- ager said. However, the company has re- ceived its first billing from tlio city, he said. The matter is be- ing studied, he said, but he would not elp.ljorate. Alberta Canning produces french fried potatoes involving a process which creates high amounts of suspended solids and BOD in the sewage. There is a holding lank at the plant, but it is insufficient to keep the pollutants to llio standards in the bylaw, Davo Dyck, company manager snid. However, progress is being made In correct the situation, lie said. Tentative plans call for a change in the production pro- cess h i c h will "greatly de- crease" the amount of pollu- tants going into the scv.ngc, A baste primary treatment fa- cility has been in operation at Swift Canadian Co. Ltd. since the plant was opened, manager Jim Gough said, The process involves an over- sized holding tank equipped with link licit skimmers which re- move the grease and solids from the sewage. f Th? company !s analyzing its j in house responsibilities to de- termine if further treatment is required, Mr. (loufjh said, From the city's standpoint, some assurance is needed that the ncvv" million second- ary sewage, treatment plant lasts it.s lite expectancy. The coin nan kv- involved seem willing to CM with the city. It is benefkril to them to cut down on the pollutants com- ing out of their plants. At least part 01" the surcluirge they pay, which goes into a funded re- serve, cxiuld hs returned to them, Kandy Holfdd, engineer- ing director said. The city benefits hy having its secondary sewage treatment plant hist longer. tans to meet rising By ROX CALDVYFIJ, Herald Staff Writer BANFF The president of the Alberta Teachers' Associa- tion has called for a stiffer fi- nancial rap on the knuckles for Albertans in order to meet the sky-rocketing cost of education, Walter L. Hughes told dele- gates to the seminar here en educational finance Sunday that this province still has not tappet! all Die resources that are available. He said Alberta is now the 'b only province in Canada that has not yet adopted sales lax. "The economy is gocd, not only in Alberta, but in Can- he said. "Take a look at the amuse- ment centres and other luxury areas and you will see they arc being used as never before people can afford it." Mr. Hughes said it Alberlans could afford all these extras, then perhaps it is Lime they did seme belt tightening and start- ed spending their money where it would do some real good. The topic is MONEY BANFF The topic is mon- ey this week at the Banff Springs Hotel. Educators fro m across Al- bert a are spending tho next Illegal shooting costs money Two young Lethbridge men were fined each m magis- trate's court when they pleaded guilty to a charge of illegally discharging a firearm within the city limits. Court was told Stephen Grun- don, Randy Fc rreria a ntl a n unidentified juvenile were ar- rested and their firearms seized Sunday when n cons- table answered a of shooting in the eculces direct- ly across fro m the Universi f y of Lethbridge west campus. A police investigation re- vealed Ferrcria had been fir- ing n calibre British rifle, Grundon had been shooting a .22 calibre rifle and the juv- enile had using a pcllcl gun. In setting the fine Judge L. W, Hudson said, "No one wants 1o stop you from trying out a gun, but you must find a safe place to do The guns we re re turned to the pair. "You are lucky you aren't facing a civil suit of some sort for wounding the judge said. Police Chief TJalph Michel- son said the police will be strictly enforcing the city's bylaw against shooting in the city limits in an attempt to prevent gunshot wounds which have resulted in pasl years from illegal shooting. (four days discussing one of the I most pressing problems facing j education today how to pay I for it. In addition lo the Alberta educational expertise, the opin- ions of knowledgeable outsiders will also enter the picture. John Young, chairman of the Prices and Incomes Commis- sion, will take part, as will A. S. Huhinoff, director of the fed- eral-provincial relations divi- sion of the federal government. The seminar, sponsored by the Alberta Teachers' Associa- tion, started Sunday and will conclude Thursday. The ATA president also sug- gested thai. Alberta .should be charging move for its natural resources as a means of raising for education. He said some areas are receiving four lo five times as much for their resources as Alberta is. People who purchase luxury items .should also be made to feel more of ;i he said, and a move should he made to plug existing loopholes in in- come tax. In an interview with the Her- ald, Mr, I i lilies said there is no one proposal (hat lie favored over the- other, but rather, he said n cf these suggestions wouM be the besL course of acliuti. ''In this he said, "the odds wcif.Jjri stacked against p.r.y one group, every- one would lie in en it." Mr. Hughes expressed disan- poin'.mciit with a society that continiKs to demand progres- sive education hut wails when they realize it's going to cost them money, "If society is going to con- tinue Jo dcmnnd services, then it is going to have to pay for ii." wing makes it Spring fiiKillj' made il. People seemed to gclting a Liltle bit skeptical about Lethbridge was gohig to have one at all this year, but the welcome season officially arrived at (his morning, Albert Bruce of 517 SI. S. discovered spring in his gar- den this morning.....- his p-eonies were sprouting three inches itbove ths ground. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC ScWariz BUg. 222 5lh SI. S. Phone 328.4095 Spring Into Savings at Koyl's during our Spring Opening Sole ENGLISH BONE CHINA AND STEMWARE ON CHINA Pieces Dclieioui Kentucky fried Ctwken Golden Brown French Fries. AUCTION BARN REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE AUCTION BARN 2508 2nd AVE. N. SALE STARTS TUESDAY, MARCH 21 P.M. TERMS CASK NO RESERVE The folfowing heim will go on- nudion fit p.m. Bridgesfone 350 GTR MOTORCYCLE; HONDA 125; SUZUKI model 80 MOTOR BIKf CANUK CAMPERETTE 8 fl. 40 Inches High wilh hulh in bed. POOL TABLE 4'x8' complete with snookor ond number Along wifh our usuol line of merchandise Ino numerous 1o list, we will havo also ihc following; BenufHI set of beige fiberg'ais drapes 120" wide 8-1" longj two golf carfs in. good condition; regulation size.- Ping Peng tabfe complete net and very I rein Gc Innday Mangle; New Holiday Tape pfoyer with two speaksrij 70 Ib, propane botflcs, petite aporlmpnt sire monilor wringer wosher; ffle drawer (smalfl; larqn bamhco cfrapci end our usual fine line of beds, TVs, ranges, h line wiih our new policy, we shall only if tncso Items we fetil arc of special interest. Remember our draw of delirious A >V Chubby Chicken FOR FURTHER fNfORMATION CONTACT AUCTION BARN Phone 327-1222 2508 2nd Ave. N, Auctioneer: BILl HOPE-lic. 843 Sales Mnncifjcn RAY CUUEY ;