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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta L TUS IOHOKI061 HERAlb ttiiof, NiMemfcer 36, to dissent is not enough NATAL. H.C, (UK'S) U T. Nimsick. at a public meet- j ing in the Union Hall in stated young people must show greater interest in polities. To dissent is not enough. They must accept a rightful and re- sponsible position in our soci- ety, said. Numerous letters were re- setvoJ due to the eviction in Natal, Mr. Nimsiek met with the .minister of municipalities and his department irivestigat- Ihe situation. Mr. Nimsick said lire prom ises were broken as regards the relocation of Natal, lems of relocation were shift- to the Regional District of East Kootenay after (lie issue "too hot fur Premier Beimeit." Pollution must be controlled by the provincial government, said the MIA. Each company, Rec ideas sought for Taber Central at present, is given "a penult to pollute" as long as it meets certain individual requirements. The abuses to any river, rep- resented'by a number of com- panies, cause an excess and de- struction of (lie environment re- sults. Mr. Nliusicfc also stated the abundance produced by our country Is not properly distri- buted. Too many Canadians are not receiving their proper stare of the prosperity. The economy must be planned so that each generation obtains By nOS> 01BB Herald Service TABEH 1'aber's rucreaiion beatd will have a hand in Uio of the new Central Ele- meutsry School. Taber school division's board decided to request the recrea- tion board to review the plans jor the new school's reaealipn- al areas in view of increasing pressure oa recreational facil- ities. Trustee Kay B. Evaason, also in ember of the recreation board, said that he looked for dose co-operation between the two boards -which -would result in better design and use of the areas concerned. Sketch plans for !hc new Golf dub pays on debt; By BOSS GffiB Herald News Service 'S'ABER The sound posi- floo and bright future of the Taber Golf (Hub was assured by dub representative Ronald A. Colleaux when he appeared in person at a recent meeting of 1 the town council to present a j cheque against the capi- i tal 'cost of the new golf course of the recreation centre. The payment brought to ijco the amount paid by the club against the approximately 000 cost of lie was hole course initially estimated at Payments included a cash payment of and sale of the sprinkler system from the old course to Uie town (or The sprinWef system, wun- was told, -will be used on the SB wags sprinkler system in (sooaection with lagoon ponding gerw searing completion. The system includes an 800 gallon per minute pump and a half- mile of aluminum pipe. Council approved ttie club's jequest to finance the balance some costs over a 10 year period in equal principal payments together with taler-