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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Highway 3 Access Wanted TABEM (I1NS) The pros-1 town without dividing the resi- pcct of an access egress on! dential district. It was recom- Highway 3 to serve recently an-: mended thai Hie highway ex- nexed properly south of llic tension 'lould move a halt- properly highway loomed a lillle bright- er at n meeting between town mile west lo Ihe park access. II will receive consideration council and Highways Minister by Urn department's Claiming Taylor. j engineers. No public funds would be available for (he ncccssai-y con- struction. Council presented Mr. Taylor with an amended proposal by which Uie proposed access would be lined up with 49th SL. It would not greatly interfere with through traffic, coun c i 1 said. The earlier proposal, not ac- ceptable to tlie department, placed the access midway be- tween 50th Ave. and Highway 36. Also included in the new pro- posal is the provision of a ser- vice road on the annexed prop- erty as has already been ap- proved by planning for Ihe east- erly annexed lands. Members of council accom- Arthritis Canvas Seeks NATAL, B.C. (HNS) The financial campaign of the Cana- dian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society in llie District of Spar- wood is well under way with canvassers having already turned in the amount of Mrs. Betty Dufour, chairman of Ihe drive is pleased with the generous contribution of resi- dents ot the area and with the c o 11 s i derable contribution of time from her volunteer can- vassers. It begins to look like the 5500 i, for contributions from ferred to Ite departments en- J o[ is gmecrs am! planners. Financing of Ihe extra con- struction, should the project proceed, mil bp a local matter of concern to Uie council and the land devlopcr. Council also discussed with the highways minislcr the pro- panied Mr. Taylor and high- ways district engineer T. D. McGreer for an on-sife inspec- tion. The mallei- will now be re- objective. posed location of Highway 30 north from the presenl inter- section with Highway 3 west of Taber. It was stated that ex- tension to the north would limit the wesieriy expansion of the Dick Clarke To Outline Development NATAL, B.C. (IINS) Dick Clarke, District of Sparwood community development organ- izer, will present his plans to his sponsors, the S'panvood Community Development Asso- ciation, at a meeting in the dis- trict office Friday, Nov. 6. Mr. Clarke has spent the past couple of months interviewing residents of the district in order to obtain enough background to recognize 'the develop mcnt needs of the area. He will be reporting on his past activities as well as out- lining his future program lo his sponsoring groups, Ihe depart- ment of municipal affairs, the Roman Catholic, Anglican and United churches, tlie area in- dustries and the district admin- islration at the meeting. He has prepared an article for publication which sets forth the general outline of the needs of the District of Sparwood and what will have to be done to fill these needs. Wide-Op en Shopping Hours Wiu Nod CRANBEOOK (Special) Merchants' plans for Christinas shopping hours have been scut- tled by an unexpected city move. Recent controversy arose over unlimited hours continuing at a Cranbrook St. shop, form- erly outside city limits, whose floor space did not conform with expected areas for the Shops Hours Bylaw. Resulting talk among Ihe 1M merchanls led council to decide in mid- October to field a new bylaw rescinding all shops hours reg- ulations in force. A substantial committee of city centre merchants sent Mrs. Doris Barkman to city council with a small delegation this week delaying the wide- open regulations until m -i d- January when they might come up wilh some constructive pro- posals for new regulations. Council split evenly on Hie proposed postponement and Mayor M. G. Klinkhamer cast the deciding vote against the delay. Consequently Ihe wide- open hours bylaw received its required lliree readings and will be enacted Tuesday wlih final reading. Mayor Klinkhamer told Mrs. Barkman that if a clear ma- jority of merchanls could agree on future hours regulations the matter might be discussed again in early April. BIHTIIDAV Frank Soul- el, relircd coal miner and well-known Blainnorc rcsi- iler.l, marked his Olsl birlli- day recently. Horn in Flcm- allc Haulc, Liege Belgium in IS7D. Mr. Soulcl migrated lo Canada in January, 190-1, Alter spending tlircc years m Bccrsville, N.B.. and lo, N.S. lie and his family headed wcbl (n Alberta in 1907. After nn-ioils resi- dence in Colcinan anil Bcllc- vuc he settled in Dliiirmorc in 1927 and lias resided lliore since. lie has two daughters, Mrs. Alice Scrra ol Ilcllcvue and Mrs. of Ijlnirmon; anil two grand- children. Pholo. Shower Held NATAL, B.C. (HNS) A shower was held in St. Mich ael's Hall in Natal reccnv.lv in honor of Miss Lorrie Hriicka daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifi Hriicka of Eparwood. The bride-to-be was escortet by her oldest sister Mrs. Jane Gaulhier and Miss Irene Sing lak, both of Sparwood. The evening was spent with the guests playing games o: whist and bingo. The guest book was lookec after by Miss Betty Hriicka sister of the bride-to-be aiid Miss Angala Quattrin of Fernie, Archie Miffliu To Be Honored November 6 NOELEFORD (HNS) A "recognition night" for Archie Mifflin, veteran school bus driver, will be held at 8 p.ra Nov. 6 in the Nobleford Schoo auditorium. Mr. Mifflin drove the White Lake School van for '10 years All former pupils who rode with Mr. Miffhn' are cordially invited to atlend. Former bus drivers arc asked to attend along with friends and citizens of the area generally. There will be a program ot entertainment and refresh- ments will be sa-ved. Wood Treating Plant Rolls IN LETHERIDGE: 613-4lh Ave. S. Telephone 328-4214 lly NANCY MII.KS Herald News Service CHANJ3ROOK L c c v r c Sales Lid., lialf million dollar, woud treating plauL ill VaJik ap- pears to be the firs' new busi- ness in the Kootcnays in pro- duction under the Incentive Act (which assists through subsidies in certain areas across Can- The third week in October, just one year alter start of ils feasibility study, the 00 acre plant produced and exported eight railway cars of treated [enceposls to Aberdeen, S. Dak. A year earlier the sile had been part of almost impene- trable stagnant lodgepole stands 52 years growth that had follow- ed a major forest fire in 1918. Clearing the site, wliich still continues, provided the original resource for the penta chloral- phenol treated posts and poles to start the cciiiflijous prcdnc- ion at the rale of about four railway carloads a day. Company resident designer and manager is Lorenzo Lucier of Yank. His assistant is Ray Brost o[ nearby Creslon. The site is Hanked by High- way 3 and the Movie River and Highway D5 some 10 miles from the U.S. border. It has its own 700 foot rail- way siding just south of the point where the Crowsnest line of the CPR branches to join the Spokane International at Eastport, Idaho. The acreage has been clear- ed at two levels, joined by a short road. The bench alongside the railway siding provides backlog space, and is location for the barker peeler and cut- off saw and sorter. The posts are strapped ac- cording to predetermined lengths into bundles loaded on a trolley which slides into the horizontal treatment tank at the lower cleared yard. Wood re- source used is limited to four to eight inch diameisr lodge- pole pine. Natural gas tired boiler is co-ordinated with the tank of emulsified oil and chemical in an adj o i n i n g tank between bench and plant level and a few hours in Uie sealed treatment cylinder under pressure treats the sapwood almost to the heart- wood. The steaming strapped bun- dles then are hauled out on the Irolley and are immediately ready for shipping in their orig- inal bundles. Though untreated cedar is reputedly longest last- ing softwood, the treated pine posts and poles will resist de- terioration (or a half to a full century Mr. Lucier says. Fires prior to the HI20's lev- elled vast mileages of finest growth in Ihe Movie Kings- gate Creston triangle, lollow- cd by the inevitable Ihickets of lodgcpole, also known locally as jackpine, excluding other tree species and itself never reach- ing recognized sawlog size. The project lias official ap- proval both for economic use of an apparently almost worthless resource, which also makes way in future conservation toward 267 Pints Received PINCHER CHEEK (Speciall The blood donor clinic held here Oct. 27 was successful with 2G7 pints of. blood re- ceived. The clinic was conduct- ed by the Pincher Creek Chap- ter of the AARN. Matthew Halton High School and St. Michael's High School competed for the "Clot Cup" with St. Michael's winning. W. K. McGregor, business ad ministralor for Ihe blood trans fusion service presented llic cup lo Ihe winners. Support was received Iran the Hulterian Brelhren from Hillsprmg Waterton, Spring Point and Pincher. T w e n t y-pint donation pins were presented to Mrs. Harold Brans, Marcel Hochslein, Mrs, August Fritz, Thomas Palter- son and Clarence Wsckes. FltOSTV i-.iOn-NING-lloil' billows of walcr vauor rundcnsc in pullcrns In (lie cold mprning air si Ihe Tahrr sugar factory's drying plant. This Is one of (Ivr, dryer slacks Irom which 1.100 tons of moisture discharge d a i 1 .v, using Ihree million cubic feet of gas at a cost of near S700 for each 24-hour period. The dried pulp jmr- tinned with molassrs is prl- letrd and crumbled for live- stock milrinieul. Photo. restoration of other forest spe- cies over the GO to year woods growth cycle. Lcfcvre treatment method in- volves no water pollution since the chemical oil emulsion is cycled with addition as required but no effluent emerges at any point of the operation. The plant docs have a snirll (ccpcc type hark burner however. The new company is provid- ing plant employment on a year- round basis for about 12 per- sons, and in ils initial year plans to use 3QQ.OQQ culiii: feet or more of lodgi-pole which abounds on private lands in Ilic area. Its assured expo-it markcls at presenl are in Hie Dakotas, Iowa, Nebraska. Minnesota and olhcr American mid west stales in addition lo Canadian cattle lands. 40TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mike Ondrik of Elzikom were honored by their family and -friends al an open house and dinner 1o mark their 40fh wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Ondrik were presented with an engraved plale from the Elzikom community. Ehnes Pholo Monday, November 7, 1970 THE IETHBR1DGE HERALD 3 Roundup Of District News Badminton COALDALK 'HNS) The Coaldale Badminton Club will begin ils season Monday, Nov. 7. Games will ho held every Monday at p.m. in Ihe Kale Andrews High .S'chool gym. Residents of llardicville, Me- Kally, Sunnyside and llcauy- mado are welcome. Re-Electecl PKCHrJR CREUK (Special) Thomas V. Hammond, rep- resenting Division -1 and Hilton Pharis, Division 5, were return- ed by acclamation lo llie coun- cil of Ihe Pincher Creek MD. Mr. Hammond has been 32 years in Ihe Division <1 posl and served earlier for a consider- able time as reeve. Mr. Pharis has served Divi- sion 5 since 1961 and has been reeve for the pasl five years. Co-Op Meetings PINCIIER CREEK (Special) The Pincher Creek Co-opera- tive Association Lid. will bold seven meetings at Ihe follow- ing places: Fi.shburn, Monday. Nov. 2 at (he r-'ishburn School; Summcvvicw, Wednesday, Nov. 4 al the Community Hall; Cow- ley, Thursday, Nov. 5, at 'he Community Hall; Ken, Mon- day. Nov. in the I'inchcr Creek MD Building; Bcauvais, Thursday, Nov. 10. at Ihe Coal- fields School; Twin Bullc, Thursday, Nov. 12. at the hall; and Pincher Creek, Monday. Nov. IB in the Pincher Creek MD Building. Cancel Clean-Ups COALDALE (UN'S) The town's garbage pick-up U so thorough that FiJJ and b'pring clean-ups arc not necessary. Council cancelled the annual clean-ups. Discarded cars arc taken away by Ihe public works crews. Plan Protection COALDALI5 (HNS) The town will be patrolled Hallowe- en nig h t. All available mem- bers of council, the public com- mission and the police force will be touring the town to fore- stall vandalism. Seagram's Five Star outsells all other whiskies in Canada. How come? Easy taste and easy lo look al. Plus the Seagram name and quality. Go prove il for yourself. Thai's the easy part. The easy whisky. Seagram's FIVE STAR CANADIAN. RYE WHISKY ON DISPLAY NOW! Ik Newest Most Revolutionary Ever Built! 17-INCH and 19-INCH 'TOTALLY AUTOMATIC' TVS You Must See If To Believe It! All Hireichi Models tiro 100% Solid Style Ask about llic Acmo Television lifetime Picture Tube Warranly Froc Homo PomonMration PRICED TO DON'T FORGET THE 1971 PREVIEW SHOWING THIS THURS. FRI. SAT. AT THE COLLEGE MALL LOCATION TWO LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU 535 13th Street North and College Mall "TELEVISION IS OUR MIDDID NAME" ;