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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, October 13, 197! THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD _ 3 MAYOR KARL, FRANCES HOUGEN PADDLE TO VICTORY. Geoff Tagg Photos. Foremost reservoir opened by Olson I ij mm. VERN ARNOLD HANDS TROPHY TO FISHERMAN RARICK, 85. By GEOFF TAGG Special Correspondent FOREMOST About 500, fjye or ars when (he pro. people were on hand for the re-, jecl win have been devejoped cent opening of Ihc Foremost further. Aerial photographs Reservoir, park and camp wcre thanks lo ,he kitchen facilities west of the nipp, of a by joca] hope that photographs could lie C o n s t r u ction commenced in taken now for comparison with 1969. The pumping system was built in 1970. Trout were stock- ed in spring 1971, and the camp others that might be taken in built September, village. The official opening was per- formed by Agriculture Minis- ter Olson. He gave a brief ad- dress on environmental man- agement. kitchen 1971. The highly successful day concluded with bingo and dancing at the Community Hall. Those winning trophies in the fishing derby were: Kelly Wil- farmer Dave Kurt swig. After an introduction by Bill Buis, Ron Ferber of Medicine j Hat, representative of the I PFHA, one of the sponsoring j Hams" Rosaline Foss. Debbie I bodies of the project, cut Uie j Williams, Birdie Hinch, Todd Mr. Olson stressed that good ribbon and turned the valve Granberg, B o y d Granberg, management of the environ- j marking the official inaugura-; Gordon Gejdos, Ken Barrows, ment is Ihe responsibility of ev-; tion of the irrigation system j Brand Begemann and E i n a r cryone, and no single body can which, has already proved to be Simensen. They caught fish do it alone. j Of ineslimable value to Ihe ranging from 12 to 17 ounces. He outlined the federal gov-! residents of the village. ernmenl's programs of re- As the valve was turned, a: search into many aspects of the spectacular column of water rose more than 100 feet into (lie air across the reservoir. In his address of welcome, Mayor Reinbold Karl outlined FERBER OF PFRA CUTS MINI-RIBBON. OLSON, KARL AND VANDENBERG SNIP RIBBON. environment including pollu- tion control, citing the Sas- katchewan Nelson basin studv as an example of a study that would be of benefit to the whole of western Canada. stages in the development of the project and the reasons for In congratulating the Village decision being laken lo o Foremost on the acquisition go ahead witl, the of its water supply, Mr. Olson warned his audience that it have value only as long as its users showed tin Kootenay water resources School should instill confidence to get hard public look By MARGARET LUNN Herald N7ews Service PINCHER CREEK Tile Pincher Creek school division I He thanked those who had has produced a philosophy of i made the projecl a reality, and j cducalion. hemselves to be good environmental man- agers. Mr. Olson was assisted in the ribbon-cutting ceremony by the Reeve of County of 40-Mile, Dan VandenBerg. The official opening of the newly-erected camp kitchen was performed by E w a I d Zielke, president of the Fore- most and District Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Zielke expressed the those who had helped to make j ment of skills lo further learn-1 will take place. Evaluation of'school environment is the size ing, to solve problems, to bet- student progress would use as j of the school wherein indivi- ter communicate, to provide wide a range of techniques as i duality is not lost and efficiency possible. School programs i of operation is maintained. The good work habits, all of which promote effort towards per- sonal attainment. The major emphasis should be centred on the day such a success. Mayor Karl took to the reser- voir for a canoe race againsl the former fish and wildlife officer of Foremost, Tom Bate- man, now of Calgary. Both men gave a fine performance for It arose from the participa- i the development of learning lion, involvement and contribu- skills and the various methods tions of the public and is seen as being subject to review. As a philosophy, it is more general than specific in its con- tent. The of inquiry. Education should at- tempt to acquaint students with the problem-solving process. The concept of a resource cen- tre such as the school library school division would j should be expanded. The teach- non-canoeing, non swimmers, welcome its evaluation to de- er's role should change from ami Uiey were required to bring termine whether it covers the that of only an instructor to female passengers from points raised at earlier meet- the far side of the lake. ings. Persons who did not par- The "lucky" girls were Fran- ticipate at those sessions are ces Hougen and Karen Haugen. now invited to participate. I Mayor Karl won comfortably Comments should be sent or I and WINS MEDAL Rina May Stovcl of Foremost School lias won Grade 9 Governor General's Medal for high nchicvi'inonl in losis administered in March by the Country