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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TuMdoy, Oclebtr 15, 1971 THt LHHIRIDCE HERALD 3 Uy NANCY MIL15S Tlcrald News Service CRANBROOK Tliough a permit for Elkford village sew- age effluent discharge into Elk River has not yet been ap- proved by the Pollution Control Branch, written objection by the Regional District of East Koote- nay has been returned as inad- missible under the Act. RDEK board, in opposition to the municipal affairs depart- ment, employs at its own ex- pense a professional pollution consultant firm in Calgary to- ward advice on the various ef- fluent permit applications to PCB it must endorse. In theory RDEK can only ob- ject to any violations of its en- acted bylaws, which do not in- MISS AMERICAN TEEN-AGER Janene Forsylh of Ar- lington, Va., 17-year-old daughter of Mr. ond Mrs. Gor- don Forsylh, formerly of Cardston ond Magrath, has been nomed Miss American Teen-Ager. Wilh her mother, the former Nadine Dow, Miss Forsyth is now on a 10-day tour of Hollywood where she will make guest appearances on several television programs. These will include The Dating Game, Courtship of Eddie's Father, Nanny and the Pro- fessor and General Hospital. She won many expensive gifts. Seoul bauqxiel set for Oct. 14 PINCHER CREEK (Special) is proving to be a very busy month for the Cubs, Scouts and Venturers of the 1st Pincher Creek Group. Registrations took place the first part of October. The next activity is the an- nual Parents and Sons Banquet to be held Thursday, Oct. 14, at p.m. in the Dieppe Mem- orial Hall. On Saturday, Oct. 16, the boys will hold an Apple Tag Day and are asking for everyone's sup- port. Get the Bug VOTE REDDING, Doug Not supported by ony Financial Group No! backed by any Business or other Association No personal gain involved The man who cares for all citizens of Coaldale If you care for Coaldale Your Ballot will read VOTE REDDING, Doug X Inserted by Doug Redding Independent, Public School Boord and Town Council Candidate Sewage discharge pollutes Elk River CWL meets at Warner WARNER (HNS I The Warner CWL held its Octo- hcr meeting at the home of Mrs. Victor Pittman, with Mrs. John Moshurchak as co-hostess. They will hold their annual fall supper on October 31, Sun- day from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Com- mittee in charge are Mrs. E. B. Collin, Mrs. J. Moshurchak, Mrs. J. Heppler and Miss B. Hagel. The women who did not write their letters for their letter campaign" against abor- tion were reminded that the deadline is October 16. Mrs. J. Piltman is chairman of this committee and will mail the letters to the CWL national of- fice where the letters will be presented to the government by a committee. elude environment standard yet. Its consultants proposed the effluent lagoon for this new in- stant village 20 miles up the Elk from Spanvod could be sub- stantialy better by enlarging the proposed holding lagoon so over winter when ice and cold slow oxidation and aeration of river action. RDEK objection on this basis was returned. The Elk River flowing south from the coal developing wilder- ness of Crowsnest Pass Rocky Mountains is an important trib- utary of the south-flowing Koot- enay River. RDEK board believes it is an appropriate time to set highest possible effluent disposal stand- ards, both domestic and indus- trial, in this valley which has emerged from almost wilder- ness to frantic industrial and domestic settlement in a deo- ade. Centennials play hockey iji B.C., Mont. PINCHER REEK (Special) an organizational meeting held in Coleman recently, the Pincher Creek Centennials hoc- key learn joined clubs from Fcrnie, Coleman, and Great Falls to form the Albcrta-B C Montana Hockey League. The new ABCM will affiliate with the Alberta Amateur Hoc- key Association. The regular 22- game schedule, with ten home games, will commence on the weekend of Nov. 6 and 7 and playoffs are scheduled for March. The majority of league games will be played on weekends. Hockey practice times and league schedule will he posted in the Pincher Creek Arena when ice becomes available. The local Centennials hold a nucleus of talented players from last season and anticipate siping several promising new- comers to provide a high cali- bre of competition in the new league during the coming sea- son. WINS SCHOLARSHIP Als'ml Klitsscn, graduate of Kale Andrews High School. C'oiildalc, recently won a freshman scholarship for high academic standing in the (iniclc 12 departmental exam- inations, lie is enrolled at Goslicn College, Goshcn. In- diana. New business a I Coleinau COLEMAN rCNP Bureau) Mr. and Mrs. Ferucio Decccco have opened a confectionary business in the building form- erly known as the Anglican Church on Highway 3, fourth street, Coleman. The new business is to be known as "The Driftwood Con- fectionary." It will be open daily from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Talk planned on abortion COALDALE (HNS) Father William Kelly of Letlibridge will speak on the church's stand on abortion at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 13 in the St. Joseph's School Auditorium. The event is sponsored by the Catholic Women's League of St. Ambrose Church. All interested adults and ju- nior and senior high school stu- dents are urged to attend. Costume party planned BELLEVUE (CNP Bureau) The Bellevue Legion is spon- soring an open Halloween par- ty on Saturday Oct. 30 in the Legion clubrooms. A parade of csotumed party goers will be held starting at 10 p.m. sharp and prizes will be given for various categories. Those planning to attend the event, wliich is open to every- one, are urged to wear cos- tumes to make the party suc- cessful. OK Natal expropriations 121 head are sold a I Craiihrook CRANBROOK (Special) Cranbrooli Sales Point of Al- berla Community Auctions Ltd. turned over 121 head of mixed cattle at ils sale at its own auc- tion centre. No tally of total re- turns was available but buyers in general seemed satisfied with returns and prices F.O.B. were in line with those in other Western livestock cattle cen- tres. Steers were the big sale item at head, and major entires came from Jack Humphry's ranch ai Mayook, Lewis Mcln- turc, Waldo Dixson, Movie. Jack Brown, Ta Ta Creek, Ken Fox, Fort Steele, Clark Ranch- es at Wycliffe, F. Cnossen, Nancy Tegart, Wilmer and Tug Hansen. Animals were feeders, and successful buyers were mostly agents for southern Alberta feeder lots. Steer calves tallied 25, bull calves 15, heifer calves 14, cows 12, heifers two and one bull was sold. Top sale price was a hun- dredweight for two Hansen steer calves bought by Ted Ni- chols. Bull calf top was and steer top Top heifer price was cows ranged from to The bull sold for NATAL (HNS) Aid. Siro Cimolini, District of Sparwood representative on the Regional District of East Kootenay, re- ports that the regional district board at a recent meeting de- cided to expropriate all remain- ing properties in Natal. The only way for people to continue to occupy a property after the notice of possession is to obtain a curt order. WOMAN WINS SPARWOOD (HNS) Mrs. Gladys Borsato was the holder of the winning ticket in the Michel-Natal Hospital treat-of- the-month club. Pistol club NATAL (HNS) The Spar- wood Pistol Club held its forma- tion meeting recently with about 35 members in atten- dance. MEET your at COLLEGE MALL THURSDAY 1 p.m. !o 9 p.m. FRIDAY 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. SATURDAY 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. FREE WATER TESTING ON-THE-SPOT Brings Us I Pint of Your Problem Water! Have you any of these water problems? STAINING TASTE O ODOR HARDNESS Come in and talk it over with us! Coll in rind say COMPLETE WATER CONDITIONING BEATTY PRESSURE SYSTEMS Ask about our specials on: Rentals or Home-Purchase Units Rental Softeners As low as per only I OC day Complete Automatic Softeners Priced from only WATER, CONDITIONING (LETHBRIDGE) LTD. 120 NORTH MAYOR MAORATH DRIVE PHONE 327-7867 MAH." n up of n The club was organized to provide facilities for competi- tion shooting with sidearms. It will initially use the shooting range in Fernie, until a range in Sparwood can be established. Those elected were: Larry Dillon, president; George Young, vice-president; Al Fehr, treasurer; Doreen Fehr, assis- tant to the treasurer; and Terry Yamchuk, secretary, Range of- ficers for the club arc Ross Schwindt, Rodger Caramosta, Harvey Alarie and Brian Little. About 70 potential members have indicated interest. Holds contract SPARWOOD IHNS) Lou Fontana holds the contract for garbage pick-up within the Dis- trict of Sparwood. He has announced the Spar- wood dump will be open Mon- day to Wednesday from 8 a.m. to 12 noon; Thursday, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.; and Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Suffer Injuries FORT MACLEOD Whilc visiting his birthplace, Clarence Bergquist and Mrs. Bergquist were involved in a motor vehicle accident with a grain truck. There was damage to the Bergquist car and Mrs. Bergquist received "whiplash" injuries, Mr. Bergquist suffer- ed broken ribs. The accident occurred near Waitboy, S. Dak. They had visit- ed friends and made visils to Mr. Bergquist's parents' form- er home, the school he had at- tended and his mother's grave. They were detained in the American city for a week while their car was being repaired. Curlers to moot SPARWOOD (HNS) The Spanvood Men's Curling Club will hold a meeting at the Natal Curling Rink Oct. 12 at p.m. The club is hoping to get an early start this year. All members and those inler- cMod in curling arc urged to atlcnd. i Service manager SPARWOOD (HNS) Gor- don Stcnner, manager of B.C. Telephone Company's interior division, has announced the ap- pointment of Jim McGimpsey as district customer service manager for the East Kootenay district, with headquarters at Cranbrook. The East Kootenay district in- cludes Golden, Invermere, Cranbrook, Fernie Sparwood and Creston. Mr. McGimpsey previously was district customer service supervisor at Campbell River. Evangelists FORT MACLEOD (Special) at the Salvation Army Citadel here were Major and Mrs. Robert Marks, touring evangelists from Toronto. c r iT News! They were accompanied by Major Clarence Burrows, Al- berta divisional commander, of Edmonton. Major and Mrs. Marks are as- sociated with the national head- quarters of the Salvation Army. The Fort Maclcod Citadel is in charge of Envoy Carole Pic- kering and Sgt. Darlene Colton. In hospital FORT MACLEOD (Special) Miss Barbara Huckvale, re- cent graduate in interior de- sign from the University o f Manitoba, had been visisting her mother, Mrs. Bernice Huckvale of Fort Macleod. Returning from Calgary, Miss Huckvale was involved in a motor accident and is in hos- pital at Calgary. She suffered back Injuries. Crowsnest Pass Bureau V NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernort Decoux, Resident Blairmoro Phono 562-2149 These Are The Lctlibndgc Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area VAUXHAU MRS. PAT POWERS STIRLING RUTH ZAUCO T.O. 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