Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
Dust problem tackled again NATAL (HNS) - The District of Sparwood council has written to Kaiser Resources requesting a permanent solution to the dost problem caused from overloaded hauling trucks. Dr. J. M. H. Hopper, health inspector for the East Koote-nay Union Board of Health, and Jack Johns of Kaiser Resources are working on the problem. Dry weather will increase the problem, council said. Council felt Centennial St. would be a major street and does not want parking (which would have the effect of narrowing the street). Although the advisory planning committee had recommended permission of angle parking in front of business establishments on Centennial St., council did not accept this view. Aid. Altbmare reported the garbage dump needs of Spar-wood had been discussed with the pollution authority in Cran- brook. A request will be made to Crows Nest Industries for continued use of the present dump site for a sanitary landfill disposal, site. Crows Nest Industries recently reminded council that because of the fire hazard the agreement is to be terminated prior to the forest fire season. Jim Wayde was named poundkeeper and a temporary pound will be set up in the public works garage at Natal. A pound building for Sparwood is in the planning stage. The commission also recommended zoning be established for the area on the east side of Highway 3 opposite Sparwood. Although council would like to have zoning in this area, it is not able to establish it without having jurisdiction over the property. Council will provide zoning in the area should it become available to them under the land assembly scheme. It has been included in the official community development plan which outlines "intended uses." Budget wins OK COALDALE (HNS) - Town council has accepted the budget of the Lethbridge County southern regional recreation board amounting to $56,131. The town's portion is $10,000. Henke wins NOBLEFORD (Special)-The Norm Henke rink, skipped by Gordon Watson of Lethbridge, won the jackpot bonspiel held in the Nobleford Community Ice Centre recently. They outlasted the Gordon Luchia rink of Nobleford to win the A section. B section winner was the Buck Spencer rink, skipped by Ray Cultey of Lethbridge They defeated the Louis Siray rink of Nobleford. JOINS BENY'S SALES STAFF JACK HOVAN Beny Chevrolet Oldsmobile with to announce that Jack Hovan recently joined their Sale* Staff. Jack was brought up in lethbridge and received his schooling here. He spent two years in the Royal Canadian Navy. Jack is very interested in Scuba diving as a sport. He welcomes his many friends and acquaintances to see him at Beny's for their motoring needs. The county tax levy is $9,603. The provincial government will give $30,528 for capital grants and $5,000 in current grants. Other revenues will be derived from program fees, admissions and donations. On the expenditure aide of the ledger $14,319 is for administration. Councillor Hans Pfef-fel was strongly opposed to spending this much for administration compared to $6,100 for programs. Public health nurses busy WARNER (HNS) - Public health nurse Mrs. Dorothy Hirsche of Raymond and Mrs. Kay Croteau of Warner made 3,327 office calls last year, 50 people attending the recent annual meeting of the Warner County learned. There were 552 homo calls and the nurses attended 15,025 school children. They carried out the immunization and tuberculosis testing program. They attended preschoolers during the summer before starting school so that they could attend their own doctor or dentist. Health Unit budgeted for $39,197, which is $3.20 per capita on a population of 8,556, with a refund of $1.50 per capita to contributing authorities. The 1971 budget is $42,788 or $3.63 per capita. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-4095 CALGARY STAMPEDE R0DE0 COLLEGE BOYS' STEER RIDING APRIL 24-25, MAY 1-2 (Boys only between the ages of 8-14) $25 per SeSSiOn (limited to 25 students) WITH TOP CRCA INSTRUCTORS SADDLE BR0NC RIDING MAY 10-15 $200 - 6 DAYS Instructors: WINSTON BRUCE, MEL HYIAND General Instructor: TED VAYRO BAREBACK RIDING MAY 10-15 $200- 6 DAYS Instructors: Malcolm Jones, Dale Trotter ENTRIES LIMITED TO 25 in Saddle Brone 30 in Bareback I I CALGARY STAMPEDE RODEO COLLEGE I BOX 1060 CALGARY, ALBERTA PLEASE SEND REGISTRATION FORMS FOR I ( ) Saddle Bronc ( ) Bareback ( ) Boys' Steer Riding J NAME ....................................... j ADDRESS....................................j BIG PIKE FROM RESERVOIR - Stan Schwartzenberger of Milk River shows a 35-inch northern pike he caught while ice fishing at the Ridge Reservoir. It weighed 11 pounds, two ounces. - Thomas Willock Photo Hoop test interest high RAYMOND (HNS) - Winners of the LDS Church basketball finals in the junior division, the South Jordan Third Ward Team, will meet the Raymond Third Ward Team at 7 p.m. Saturday, March 27, in the Raymond High School. The exhibition game has been arranged with the South Jordan winners of the 32-team tournament held at Salt Lake City recently. Included in the Third Ward lineup are a number of players from the Raymond High School Comets, all who hold membership in the Third Ward Team. Enthusiasm is running high. Sewer disposal contract awarded to Taber firm Friday, March St, 1971 - THE IETHMIDGI HERALD - 3 TABER (HNS) - Taber contractors Cunningham and Shannon will construct phase 3 of the sewage disposal system How to sew knit fabrics now offered PICTURE BUTTE - Ten classes will be held giving instruction on how to sew with knit fabrics. It is sponsored by the north regional recreation department and the Lethbridge Community College and is available to 16 women throughout the north area of the county. It will be held tor 10 sessions beginning April 5 in Picture Butte. Only 16 registrants will be accepted. The course will entail drafting patterns that will fit the individual, demonstration of stretch sewing, and will also touch on lingerie sewing. Interested women are asked to phone the recreation office. Red Cross objective set in mail drive COALDALE (HNS') - The Coaldale Rotary Club is conducting the annual Red Cross campaign for Coaldale and district. This year the method of canvassing has been changed to a mail canvas rather than a door-to-door o n e as was done in previous years. The local objective is $1,100. POLICE CHECK COALDALE (HNS) - The police department will check whether business licences are held by those operating in town. comprising the laving of sonc 5,000 feet of 27-inch concrete pipe from the river syphon 10 the lagoon system, and the 1 and 18-inch steel irrigatit pipe along with construction of the pump house. (Cunningham's bid of $158,320 was the lowest of three. Oti ers were Glen Little, Lett bridge at $214,089 and Craig Construction, Pincher Creek 11 $178,538. Opposing awarding the ten der to Cunningham and Shan non was Mayor Arthur 11 Avery, on the grounds that lc thought the town crews coull do the job which would keip town crews and equipmei i busy. The town had not entered a tender "because no one on stall was considered qualified lo make a firm bid.' The lowest bid was somewhat higher than estimates prepared by town superintendent Bent Madsen. Roundup of District News Reunion planning meeting set BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) - A meeting of persons interested in organizing the Blair-more Elementary School reunion will be held in the town office at 7 p.m. April 8. The event will be held in conjunction with the town's 60th anniversary. Interested persons are urged to attend the April meeting. Plans to date call for the event to be held on July 2, 3 and 4. It will include a variety of Drama, music, arts, crafts evening set COALDALE (HNS) - A drama, arts and crafts and music evening is to be sponsored by the Kate Andrews High School drama and art classes at 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 2, in the Yates Memorial Centre, Lethbridge. Three one-act plays will be presented: Still Alarm, Great Smokies and Man and the Bowler Hat. There is to be musical talent and a showing of arts and crafts. Number streets- COALDALE (HNS)-Streets and avenues in the town are to be numbered. The town has a street numbering grid system. The centre point is 20th St. and 20th Ave. To the west the streets numbers increase. The avenues decrease going north. Topsoil available COALDALE (HNS) - The town has available for sale to local residents topsoil and subsoil as a result of the excavations for the new sewer lagoon project. Ease burden COALDALE (HNS*) - A total of 22 cases were dealt with recently in the court of revision here. There was a total reduction of $5,000. Earl Foxall is chairman of the assessment commission. Mr. Foxall said it had been noted the land values in some cases had doubled and even nearly tripled in the past two years. Seek site COALDALE (HNS) - The development of a trailer site by the town is still council's goal. But where? At a recent meeting an earlier motion to have it located at the east end of town was rescinded. Council felt other areas should be investigated. Men can learn PICTURE BUTTE - The north regional recreation department and the Lethbridge Community College will offer instruction on "barbecuing for men." The course will start Monday, April 5, from 7 to 9 p.m. with five following sessions. One of Lethbridge's top chef's will. be instructing. It will be held here. Registration will be limited to 20. All names must be phoned into the north regional recreation office by March 29. Coffee party WARNER - A coffee party with Bob Bogle, provincial Progressive Conservative candidate for the Taber-Warner constituency, will be held from 1:30 to 5 p.m. Saturday, March 27 in the Warner Memorial Library. i^-?'?v^'-'V;^�"^�Vtiii,'i'-. '�'�'"�V 3 parcels sold CRANBROOK (Special) - j City council has approved three land parcel sales in the city's Industrial Park, Phase 1 of which is almost filled, and the new sales are in Phase 2. Council decision has also approved a resolution opening to licensed real estate agencies in the city a scale of commissions for land sales in the Industrial Park. It allows 10 per cent on the first $20,000 and five per cent for excess of this. Sale prices, the resolution continues, are established by council's standing industrial park committee, Art Draper, Stephan Atchison and Mayor Klinkhamer with city staff industrial commissioner, Bruce McDonald to liaison each sale. Win trophies NOBLEFORD (Special)-The square draw in the Noble ford Curling Club concluded recently and the Geoff DeBoer rink, with Dennis Irvine, Glen Turner and Martin Titsing, was declared the square draw champs, winning the Farmers and Hunt Insurance trophies. This rink won 17 of their 20 scheduled games. Hot Toddy NOBLEFORD (SpeciaD-The annual club bonspiel concluded recently w i t h the winner of the first event being Eddy Todd. He defeated the rink skipped by Lewis Phillips in the final. S'cotty Irvine skippd his rink to victory in the second event by defeating Jack Plomp in the final. The third event winner was Les Smith, outpointing Jim Todd in the final. Ham bingo TURIN (HNS) - An Easter ham bingo will be held at 8 p.m. Friday, April 2, in the Turin school auditorium. It is sponsored by the Turin Fish and Game Association. �-to-"-.' .-p.ii Wendy Calioon, Dean Russell top festival CARDSTON (HNS) - The piano section of the Cardston Music Festival involved 70 students. Dale Jackson, adjudicator, said the young people did not reach the high calibre of performance they did last year. Monday's high of 88 was again reached by two pianists in the senior section. Dean Russell, with his selection by Chopin in the 17-year class, and Wendy Calioon in piano quick study, and sight playing, 16 years, tied for hiahest marks. Results follow: SOCIAL CENTRE CHAPEL Twentieth century piano solo: 14 years: Robert Tagg and Shelley Janlsko tied, 86; Shelley Matkln, 15. PIANO DUETS 8 years: Stacy Pitcher and Carol Shaw, 85; Karen Merrill and Christina Spaekman, 83. 10 years: Tamara and Darcy Tagg. 85. 12 years: Andrea Spaekman and Marina Russell, 87; LonI Duca and Jack Thomas, 84. 14 years: Shelley Janlsko and Rob-art Tagg 86. 16 years: Mona Tagg and Debra Spaekman, 80. Open: Helena and LaRce Blumel. 84. TWO PIANO 16 years; Mona Tagg and Debra Spaekman, 87; and tied tor second, Wendy Vancak and Anne Dairies, and Robert Tagg and Shelley Janlsko, 8*. PIANO QUICK STUDY 16 yeans: Wendy Cahoon, 81 SIGHT PLAYINO 16 years: Wendy Cahoon, 88. PIANO SOLO 1 years study: Larry Hartley, 14; Roger Cottle, Kathleen Cottle end Christine Lanq, tied, 83. PIANO SIOHT 16 years: Wendy Cahoon, 87. Twentieth Century Piano: 17 ye�r�: Wendy Cahoon, 86. Mourt sonata: )7 year�: Helen* Blumel, 83; Teresa Lynn Pitcher, 87. Hayden sonata: opani Wendy Cahoon, 85. Beethoven tonata: senior: Dean Russell, 86. Bach: 17 year*: Wendy Cahoon tit Helena Blumel, S3. Senior: Teresa Pitcher, 87. Chopin: 17 years: Dean Russell, If. Piano tolo: 17 years: Helen* Blumel, 85; Debra Hunter, 83. 15 years: LaRee Blumel, 85. Irrigation Equipment SPECIAL Vl Mile 4" x 40' USED LATERAL LINE WITH END RISERS AND MAJOR COUPLERS Vary good condition. PRICED TO SELL $1,198.00 GOOD USED MAINLINE ALSO AVAILABLE AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES We use the bait AlCAN aluminum tubing. Major Irrigation Co. 2125 2nd Avenue South PHONES 327-5455, 327.5525 DOWTOWN PREMISES FOR LEASE 3200 sq. ft. ground floor (no basement) Half block North of Post Office, presently occupied by Royal Trust Suitable for offices, retail tales, professional services Available 1st June, 1971 Phone 328-1761 Royal Trust -i< - r /, . , *r t "j 4 � X t. . ' I' ---r-^- i- TAPE SALE Regular F Af $795 MUSICLAND Cor 13�h St, and 3rd Ave. S.