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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 1C THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD lueidoy, Moy li, 1972---------- With ORRPC, days of isolated farm are over BV TUMIKK ilerflM Staff Writer The day1; (if the isolated farm, the separate- community, and the far HWriV cily arc gone, al least f.'ir ,1? planning is concerned. Thf- ;it lit lido now is regional- ism I- a t happens on one piece ol propc-ny aifecls anolli- rr i.Mnns mntlr in one ftffecl Ihc nexi town. Applica- tions lor thannes in one part o! Ihc region must be considered in relation la the whole region The region Ihe Hiver Regional Planning Commission i.s concerned with is souLliun: Alberta, from the Canada-U.S. border In Canton and from the Pass lo just of Tabcr. refuse lo confmc- themsclvcs lo original inunici- boundaries, programs are often move economical lo put jjMo effect across an ares lar- than any nne municipab'iy. J( is appropriate llien lo con- Mder certain aspects of land ul ili! ins, pollution, laxa- iion, etc. the whole 'met- ropolitan region1 and lo estab- lish agencies capable of plan- ning Ihc whole region.'' That is provincial i r t V. force on urbanization and the future's concept of the role oJ u'tfkmul planning. SMALLER IS BETTEH when it comes to poultry production, according to research- ers at Ohio State University. They have developed a hen, left, 20 per cent smaller than the average but capaUc ot producing normal-sized offspring, right. Purposo Is to save space and feeding costs on the breeding stock While producing large birds for highest' market prices. Dr. George A. Jaap, headed the development DroJectt IT'S GARDENING TIME! In the next few doys the "green iViumb" enthusiasts will be out in force. Here's a must for the beginner a revelation for ihe "Better Ways to Successful Gardening in Western Canada" Available at by ISABELLE R. YOUNG and CHARLES YOUNG 326 Pages Chock Full of Useful Information Featuring: plants to sur- vive our winters dates and soil mixtures Indoors and Outdoors and Cold Frames end Landscaping Gardens and Lily Ponds House Ptonts and Gift Plants PLUS MUCH MORE The Utltbtidjie H FOR ONLY or if you wish a copy sent to you Send to cover mailing and handling. There Is a basic problem with this approach, however Envin Addcrley, executive di- rector of the ORRPC, points to the competitive nature of each municipality within the region as being as a roadblock to ef- fective planning. For example, if a certain in- dustry plans to locale, within Ihc region, more than one mu- nicipality could want that in- dustry to be established within or near its corporate limits. If a new major road is to be built, chances are several commun- ities would have a more-lhan- passing interest in the benefits or detriments to themselves. On Ihc qucsVion of land vise, if it is determined land in tho (Yowsnost Pass area is suit- able for recreation, for in- stance, there could be some de- tractors in that area who see recreational space in conflict with some industries, such as coal mining and vice versa. What the ORKPC must do then is consider nil the angles, Irom a number of viewpoints, lo establish a plan for the re- gion which is acceptable Lo all parts of the region. Such a plan is being worked out now. A preliminary region- al plan could he ready lo put to the vote by June. To be ap- proved, two thirds of the members of the ORHPC must vote in favor of the terms of the preliminary regional plan. Committees have been set up within the commission to rec- ommend approaches to recrea- tion, resource developm e n t, housing and social development and transportation for inclusion in the plan. These committees consist of representatives from each of the towns and municipalities In the area, although the representa- tives do not sit on each com- mittee. Once the committees deter- mine practical recommenda- tions as lo the direction the re- gion should take in recreation, or housing or transportation, the ORRPC as a whole will vole on those recommendations. To come part of the pre'iminary regional plan, the Lions require a two thirds jorily vote of the enm mission The plan will include a map of the rogion showing wlial land will he used for, where1 future highways will go, and what the recreation areas will IK--, among other things. A program to outline i'-e stag- ing and financing of p'.'Mic de- velopments be parl of Lhc plan. Uncc the plan Is "each public within Ihe region shall refrain from takiiiB any action or iuR any which is inconsis- tent tbe plan." TAHT111 The Tabor 4-H Beet Club lic'd its public diminutions March fi til Cen- tral School. Judges were HoJ How and Tom Addy. In the junior Cindy Bndura was first with a topic on a look at transpiration. Second was Agnes Badura speaking on In the senior section Rich- ard Csike was placed first speaking on my trip lo Olds. Second place was Mike PuticL He spoke on ropes. The Tabcr 4-H Sunar Beet Club's regular mec'ini; wai called to order 8 p.m. by Detr bra Donick on April .1. Calhy Chontosh led the 4-11 pledge. There were 18 members in at- tendance. Tt was decided to have a float this year in the parade. Each member is to have a plan by the next meeting. Charlie Hammon told us Uiflt he h a s signed beet contracts for each member. lie also mentioned each member is to have a plot sign and corner posls. The activity for this month was decided upon as indoor swimming in Lethbridgc. This held on April 22. CLUB nn'OUTER Cindy lladura ATTENTION FARMERS! NOW IS THE TIME to start your WEED CONTROL pro- gram. We have a complete supply of OCHEMCO HERBI- CIDES now in stock including OcnemM OCHEMCO 128 OCHEMCO fld OCHEMCO L.V. BO OCHEMCO LV. 96 M.G.P.A. ESTER 80 M.G.P.A. AMINE 60 OCHEMCO 2, 4-D AMINE 80 OCHEMCO 2, 4-D AMINE 96 Contact 803- 46lK Avr S E. CAIGARY, ALBERTA Plionc 213.5551 Slciflord Drivr UTHnRIDGE. A1BERTA Phono 027-1571 or contact your "OLIVER DEALER" nearest you ;