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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, September 14, 1973 19 Herald- District E. Kootenay board raps Cominco bid NATAL The Regional District of East Kuotenav has voiced iormal objection with the provincial pollution control board to applications made by ominco Ltd for pollution control permits at the Kimberiey operation. But regional district direc- tor H K Keys said he felt Cominco was "actually doing as much as possible to curb pollution." He said people complained about the large companies but he also asked where com- munities would be without them Frank Bertoia. RDEK ad- ministrator, said the board's objection to the applications iinl> dn opinion and did not represent a definite veto power. Sparwood dump hours unpractical NATAL (HNS) The Sparwood dump continues to spur problems for the District ol Sparwood council Sparwood and District Chamber of Commerce member Peter Thies told council recently the dump is not always open from 10 a m. to 3.30 p in. although it is posted as being open. He says the working man can't dump his garbage during these hours anvwav At the same time, people dumping the wrong kind oi garbage are liable to heavy penalties Council decided to call a meeting to resolve garbage disposal problems The gar- bage contractor will attend centre cans food RAYMOND (HNS) -Local members ol the LDS Church. concerned with the high cost ol lood, are making things hum at the LDS Church Tavlor Stake Wellare Canning Centre here More than 24 000 cans oi lood have been processed to date this year. The centre is available to tinvone who wants to take ad- vantage of this service Kach Wednesday is the general processing day There are lour persons on stafl at the canning centre The recent RDEK council discussion followed recommendations from con- sulting engineers who had studied the effects of gaseous emissions and liquid effluent. Reid. C r o w t h e r and Partners Limited reported in letters to RDEK directors that in spite of current programs to control dis- charge, the company's waste still created pollution above acceptable levels. The consultants noted the company is making an effort to curb pollution outflow and its work should be kept in review. In their letters to the RDEK. the consultants stated the pollution control branch has published a report on pollution control objectives for mining and smelting opeiations While the report has not vet been adopted by the province as government policy, it serves as an interim guideline for reviewing the application, as the proposed standards are in general agreement with those elsewhere in North America. The consultants had ex- amined Commco's recent application for a permit lor gaseous emissions and lecommended the RDEK ob- ject to the permit in its pre- sent form Basically, it appears the emissions proposed under the p CM- m 11 will meet the guidelines lor Level C operations with the exception (it fluorine which will be con- siderably in excess of the guidelines the letter stated. However, we understand that Cominco is planning new equipment and we feel that they will be in compliance with Level C within one year It is also noted that the a p p 11 ca t i o n makes no relerence to the emission of sulphur tnoxide from the sul- phuric acid plant It is our opi- nion that these should be measured and included with the permit, the consultants said Kent board okayed NATAL 'HNS) A Landlord and Tenant Advisory Bureau has been approved by the District of Sparwood coun- cil Comprised of three persons it arbitrate landlord and tenant disputes Reg TAylor is a member and he will find two volunteeis Lake slocked with trout WATERTON (Staft) Bertha Lake, nestled between Mt Richards and Mt Allcr- son. this week was stocked with rainbow trout by- helicopter using a monsoon bucket to dump the fish The trout came from (he lederal hatchery at Jasper and were held at Waterton all summer The 'copter, brought in from Calgary, was used for the tall wildlife survey here and rangers took advantage of the opportunity to stock the lake. Bertha Lake is close to the townsite and there is a good trail into it up NOBLKKORD (Special) The total enrolment at Noble Central School is up Irom last sear The junior high and high school section is up 17 pupils loi a total of IBS The elemen- turv school has 140 students, down 13 irom last year THE SECRETARIAT RITA SALMON announces the opening of her office OCTOBER To Provide Secretarial or Stenographic Assistance On an Hourly or Daily Basis Telephone 329-4165 Lethbridge, Alberta Ready to go Sixty boxcars loaded with sulphur await shipment from the Shell plant at Waterton. f or rescue efforts Sooth youths honored Two Southern Alberta youths were among 10 provin- cial winners of Junior Citizen awards to be presented today at the Albeita Community Newspapers Association convention. Lieutenant Governor Grant MacEwan presented the awards to Gail Toth. 16, of Foremost and Jeffrey Hamilton. 13. ot Taber. lor their rescues of small children Irom two household tires. The Alberta Junior Citizens program, sponsored by the ACNA and the investor own- ed electric utilities in the province, recognizes young Town council rejects lenders for sewer line CLARESHOLM Four tenders lor a 1 7-mile outfall sewer line, to go down 4th St to 43rd Ave and out to the Claresholm Industrial Air- port, have been rejected by town council Preschool clinics set next iceek COALDALE The Barons- Eureka Health Unit is spon- soring the following infant and pre-school clinics- ENCHANT: Tuesday. Sept. 18. in the school from 1 to 3 p m TABER: Tuesday, Sept. 18, in the health unit office, in the administration building, from 10 a m to 12 noon and 1 30 to 4 p.m COALDALE: Thursday. Sept. 20. in the health unit of- lice. in the town office building (upstairs) from 10 to 12 noon and 1 30 to 4 p m TABER: Thursday. Sept. 20, in the health unit office, in the administration building, Irom 10 a.m to 12 noon and 1 30 to 4 p m HARDIEVILLE: Friday. Sept 21. in the school from 1 30 to 3 30 p m. For social service ap- pointments telephone Coaklale 345-3388. or Taber 223-3911 The medical officer ol health urges parents to ensure their children arc fully protected against contagious disease and tooth decay In- lormation on venereal dis- ease a mounting health piobk'in. is readily available and is fully confidential supper NEW DAYTON (HNSI The annual turkey supper, put on by the United Church congregation will be held Sun- day. Oct 28. Irom 2 to 5 p.m. Evervone is welcome. FOR PARK CLARESHOLM The old Cl.iresholm General Hospital building will be demolished and the Town ol Claresiiolm will pun iiase the site lor ,ind use it lor