Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
'ay, Oilobcr 6, 1972 THE IETHBRIDOE HEUAIC 19 Water conference next weekend Crisis in tlie Olclman River Basin, a waler user's cotifcr- ence sponsored by Hie LctH- bridge Chamber of Commerce, will be held al Ihc Letlibridge Community College Oct. 13 and 14. WiH Bowns, manager o( the chamber, said thai il will be a PRESIDENT John J. Banficld, 2415 171li Ave. S., lus been elected president of the Kiwanis Club of Lclh- hridge. Mr. Banfield presided over his first luncheon meet- tag o( the club on Tuesday. act-presenting conference that, vill let citizens and groups' know where they stand as a municipality, a county, a lann- cr, an industry or us indivkl- rals. Topics covered will enlighten .mrlicipants as to (he average amount of water flowing in the river basin, the various water rights allocated to districts and rrigation users, out-of-province water amount, water demand, possible walcr shortages and aollution in the Oldman [liver. Experts in the field of water use, law and pollution from .hroughoul Alherla will be at- onrfing. Dr. C. Stewart, chairman of Hie chamber's water re-- sources task force, will open :lie conference at 9 o'clock. Keg Bailey, director ot the water resources division of (lie Alberta government will dis- cuss water rights and water al- location. Egon Ilapp of the department of agricultural engineering for the University of Alberta will then explore Ihc potential for improvement of water use ef- ficiency, followed by a discus- sion of subterranean water re- sources by Dr. Jozcef Tolh, head of the groundwater divi' sion of the Research Council of Alherla and Orest Tokarsky, a member of the same division. A discussion of water and the aw by Bill Russell of Virtue ind Co. willl close the lirst day of activities. Oct. 14, Stuart Smith ol the Alberta Environment Conserva- tion Authority will discuss so- ciety and pollution In relation o ihc conference theme. Dr. Tlicron Sommerfeldi, drainage engineering research scientist at the Lctnbrldge Hc.searcli Station and Dave Gravoland, head of the soil and water qual- ity section ot the provincial de- partment of the environment will discuss pollution in the Oldman River. There is a registration Ice of including lunch Friday. Everyone is welcome. Few adults expected to lake advantage of school change A new plan for adult educa- tion announced by Education Minister Lou llyndman ivon't have much effect in Lethbridge. according to the city's two school superintendents. The minister said the doors of Alherta schools would be open- ed to anyone over the age of 18 who wants lo come back lo complete their education. School districts would receive the same grants for the adult student who attends regular classes as they do lor regular students. Previously, school hoards received no support for adults reluming to school. Dr. O. P. Larson, superinten- dent of the Lethbridge public school system, and Bob Kim- mill, separate school superin- UNLIMITED! A MORTGAGE Sr LARGE CMHC PROJECTS amounts available to in excess of Home Owner approved loans up lo Other Loans from for new or existing residences apartments hotels motels commercial and industrial acreages Second Mortgages from 3500.00 FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7lh Street South LETHBRIDGE Phone 328 5548 .ondcnt, don't expect much reS' ponse to the new plan. 'I'm inclined to think anyone in this situation should pso lo the Lelhbridge Community Col said Dr. Larson. "That! v.'hy the college was cslablish ed. I think an adult would [ec more at home at Hie collegi than in high school." Kimmmll said ils noth ing new lhat adults can return to high school if they so desire "They have able to di lhat for quile some time." 'I don't lliink Ihey woiilc come lo high school here whe such good facilities as are offer ed at the college are avail lie said. "There won't be very man adults coming lo high sclwo when we have an adult schoo entering son." to lhat lypc of per Chinoohs Alberta's foothill Indian bands have their own legend on ho1 the warm winds known as Chin ooks originated. Once upon, a time, they sa; there was a beautiful India maiden by the name of Chin ook. One cold winter's day sh wandered into Ihc foothills an was lost in the mountains. Th bravest warriors began a grea search for the missing maide tut she was never found. One day a warm breeze cam over the mounlain, melting th snow and ice before it. Th warriors gazed at one an in wonderment, and whisperec "It is Chinook's breath." his style old style A mighty man was he-with a mighty thirst "to match. His style? Lethbridge Old Style Pilsner! The beer big enoughto quench a thirst that was hammered out of heat and fired in the forge. Beer slow-brewed and naturally aged for honest old-time flavour. Old Style Pilsner: you can't beat it! 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