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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 1, 1974 Th2 LETHBRiCGS HERALD 19 RICK ERVIN photo Steaming sugar factory The Canadian Sugar Factories Company plant at Taber stands as a sentinel to the multi-million dollar industry in Southern Alberta that supplies sugar to this province and most of Saskatchewan. The huge piles of sugar beets at the plant will be supplemented during the processing season by beets stored at some of the 14 receiving stations at rural points. These beets are moved to the factories at Picture Butte and Taber by truck and railway. Schools 'should be parent-led' Children belong to parents, not the government or school teachers, the annual conven- tion of the Alberta School Trustees, Southern Alberta zone, was told Wednesday- John Boras, the executive representative of the zone, told about 90 trustees and superintendents attending the Lethbridge convention that they must maintain respon- sibility for the education of children because they have been elected by parents to do so. The department of educa- tion and the Alberta Teachers Association are prepared to take over the responsibility of educating Alberta's children if trustees don't become determined to maintain their leadership role, he said. He believes children will not get the type of education they should receive unless "we parents do it." The school can- not be the extension of the home it should be unless parents have a direct input through local representatives. School boards must also in- form the government that the tax money they collect is not the province's money. "It is our he in- sisted. "As long as we let them think it is their money, they will continue to tell us how to spend it." He condemned government regulations that force school boards to devise means of spending money in one par- ticular area instead of spending it in the area of most need. Mr. Boras believes trustees are beginning to exercise their authority and becoming more interested in restoring educational decision making at the local level. To support his statement, he pointed to the record number of candidates who sought trusteeship during the Oct. 16 election in Lethbridge and the number of trustees attending the convention. The 90 persons who attended is believed to be the second largest in the history of Southern Alberta ASIA conventions. Pincher council seats first women PINCHER CREEK (Special) The lirst women to ever sit on town council here took the oath of office this week. Carol Pinkney and Mary Goodreau were welcomed by Mayor Juan Teran, along with newly elected councillors Roland Cote, Brian Ames, Bob Neish and Antony Irving. Committees, with first listed as chairman, were nam- ed as follows: Recreation, parks and cemetery: councillors Cote, Irving and Pinkney. Town planning, parking and property: councillors Irving. Neish and Goodreau. Water, sewer, public works, storm sewer and drainage: councillors Neish, Ames and Cote. Sanitation, gas. lights. CKTA I57O Town Country Mssic NOW ON THE AIR SPORTS NEWS p.m. and p.m. with BRENT SEELY SpcrtS Direcltr Walsh Cattle Marketing Assoc. CALF SALE 750 HEAD NEW BREEDS STEERS and HEIFERS Simmental, Charolais and other Exotics SAT. NOV. p.m. Next Replacement Cow Sale Nov. 9 Phona John Fulton, Walsh, Alberta 937-2424 health and welfare: coun- cillors Pinkney. Goodreau and Neish. Fire and ambulance: Coun. Ames. Union negotiations: Mayor Teran and councillors Pinkney and Irving. Finance: Entire council with Coun. Irving chairman. Coun. Pinkney was named to the health unit and Crest- view Lodge boards and Coun. Goodreau to the library and preventive social services boards. Coun. Ames was named to the agricultural society and hospital board. Coun. Cote was appointed to the recreation board. Coun. Irving was named to the Oldman River Regional Planning Commission. Mayor Teran and Coun. Neish were named to the joint committee with the Pincher Creek Municipal District. Coun. Goodreau was named deputy mayor for a six month period, changed from three to six months to facilitate cheque signing. In other business, council will study a request to move the doctors" parking area at St. Vincent's Hospital. At the same lime, council teamed there is apprehension the semi trailer truck bring- ing the laundry back from the central laundry at Lethbridge will have difficulty climbing the hill during icy conditions Jhis winter. Council will continue to meel the second and fourth Mondays of each month. Council reaffirmed its stand IhaJ a new hospital be built and )nat the present hospital bo not renovated. Shell Canada employees here have volunteered to ad- jus! and clean the arena lights. Tests showed shadows on the ice surface. CBC-TV has informed the town it is in favor of building an ullra high frequency booster station in 1976 or later Council approved in principle the sharing of costs. Assistant secretary treasurer Don Seigle has resigned, effective Dec. 1. He is moving to Tofield. The Herald District South In short Turkey shoot set Sunday NEW DAYTON (HNS) The New Dayton Rod and Gun Club will hold a turkey shoot at 1 p.m. Sunday. RCMP Band to perform Nov. 7 FORT MACLEOD (Special) The RCMP Concert Band will perform at 8 p.m. Nov. 7 in the F. P. Walshe School here. The performance is sponsored by the Alberta-RCMP Cen- tury Committee and the Fort Macleod and District Chamber of Commerce. Cardston committees named CARDSTON (HNS) Mayor W. LeRon Pitcher named the .new town council committees as follows: the first being chair- man: Welfare, garbage, cemetery, senior citizens home, health unit, library, nursing home: Wanda Jensen, Dahl Leavitt and Dr. Robert Russell. Public Works: Dahl Leavitt, Dr. Robert Russell and Dr. Hugh Stewart. Police: Dr. Glen Jones. Dr. Hugh Stewart and Dahl Leavitt. Recreation: Dr. Hugh Stewart, Melvin Pitcher and Wanda Jensen. Public relations, beautification, finance: Melvin Pitcher. Wanda Jensen and Dr. Glen Jones. Utilities: Dr. Robert Russell, Melvin Pitcher and Dr. Glen Jones. Two farmers seek PC banner Two Southern Alberta farmers will seek the Progressive Conservative nomination for the Cyprus constituency. Constituency president Bob Porter of Irvine said Roger Moore of Seven Persons and Allan Hyland of Bow Island are the only announced candidates. Interested persons have until about 8 p.m. Nov. 12 to in- dicate their intentions of seeking the nomination. Mr. Porter said nominations will be accepted until the nomination meeting is called to order in the Medicine Hat Public Library at that date. Bill Yurko. minister of environment, will be the speaker. Mr. Moore, a former district agriculturist in Lethbridge. farms south of Seven Persons. Mr. Hyland farms outside of Bcw Island and drives a school bus. New director named BROOKS (Staff) Dr. George Collin. former director of the Ontario government's Horticultural Experimental Station at Simcoe. has been named director of the Alberta Horticultural Research Centre here. Nov. 15, he succeeds Dr. Art Olson, now of Edmonton. Dr. Collin, administered the Simcoe station and directed research programs in vegetables and tree fruits. He was chairman of the CnUrio Vegetable Research Com- mittee in 3972 and 1973. Available for Immediate Delivery 9200ft. 1O-W O.D. Steel Pipe Bare ft. or plastic coated ft. F.O.B. Southern Alberta Westcan Irrigation Pump Co. Ltd. Lethbridge Phone 328-1709 Twenty Bow Islanders to finance onion plant BOW ISLAND About 20 area residents here have gathered together to par- ticipate in a proposed million onion storage and processing plant. Phil Bryant, president of the Bow island Chamber of Commerce, said a small group of interested persons met last week to determine the amount of community sup- port for a request from Bow Island Growers that be raised from the area to pay for a feasibility study required by the province before govern- ment funding will be made available. Dennis and Greg Kazakoff and Robert Taylor of Calgary, the key shareholders of Bow Island Growers, told a public meeting in Bow Island Oct. 4 that they want community participation in the project. The shareholders have proposed to the community that anybody who contributes money at this stage of development will be given the chance to buy shares in the plant at a reduced rate. Dr. Bryant said the list of interested persons and the amount of money they are willing to invest has been sent to the principals so they can contact the Bow Island area residents. Dr. Bryant said the people at the most recent meeting did have some suggestions to make to Bow Island Growers they feel will assure a more successful operation. Bow Island Growers has plans for two sections of land for the plant site and a farm to be run in conjunction with the plant. Dr. Bryant said the local people feel there should be more onion grower participa- tion rather than have the plant grow its own product on one large farm. From a weather and disease point also, the local people feel it would be better to have 20 fields of 20 acres than one large 400 acre field. Several farmers and research officials at the Oct. 4 meeting expressed doubt that the principals could store onions for 10 months to make sales when onions would be highest priced. But since the Oct. 4 meeting, a Bow Island onion grower told chamber of com- merce officials he has no trou- ble keeping onions for seven or eight months with limited storage equipment on his farm. Dr. Bryant said the farmer Home economist speaks COALHURST Marilyn Tatem. district home economist, will speak and show films on nutrition at a meeting of the Coalhurst Kindergarten Association scheduled for p.m. Nov. 6 in the Coalhurst Royal Cana- dian Legion hall. feels Bow Island Growers should have no trouble keep- ing the onions for 10 months. THE MARKET PLACE SUNDAY TELEVISION p.m. Where FOOD PRODUCER Meets CONSUMER p.m. CFRN T.V. EDMONTON CFCN T.V. CALGARY i-QO 8540 109 Slrc-ri F.dlnontun. Alberta: IG LIMITED Presents the PREMIER" DOUBLEWIDE 1 152 sq. n. living area Fronl 'oyer divider Functional I'Ving room Large ki'chen area Loads c' cupboards Frosl free 'ridge and Utility room 3 laroe bedrooms 2 iuli baths Completely furnished Choice o' Spanish or colonial lurnilure Immediate delivery C.S.A. certifications Lots Available, Delivery and Set up included Financing Arrangements COUNTRY WID 20512th Street "A" South LIMITED Behind Club Phone 328-8422 ;