Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
Monday, 30, 1974 iHE LEiHBRIDGE HERALD 13 Firm to face charges of polluting Frank air Timberline Ranch Ltd. will appear in Blairmore provin- cial court Oct. 8 to plead to a charge under the province's clean air act. The company has been charged for operating a "bee hive" burner at the town of Frank without a licence. If convicted, the firm faces a maximum fine. A spokesman for the depart- ment of environment said the charge was laid after the com- pany failed to meet an April 30 deadline to produce a plan for reducing emissions from the burner. Meanwhile, Natal Forest Products at Coleman expects to shut down burning by the end of the year. It is waiting for the arrival of equipment to chip waste materials for sale as animal bedding. The Revelstoke Mill at Sen- tinel has shut down one of its burners. The remaining burner was restructured to reduce emissions. The com- pany will make a formal application to the department of environment for a licence to operate. All three mills were sub- jects of orders from the provincial department last November to reduce their emissions. federal loans approved for South Alberta towns Approval of federal loans totalling for various Alberta municipal projects has been announced by Senator Earl Hastings. The loans from the winter capital projects fund will assist communities in com- pleting capital projects between now and May Under the terms of the program, 100 per cent of all direct on-site labor costs in- curred between Dec. 1 and May 31 will be paid by the federal government and deducted from the amount of the loan. Kaiser second mortgages granted for employees NATAL (HNS) Kaiser Resources Ltd. has granted 380 second mortgage loans in a company housing program that was launched several months ago. The mortgage loans total more than million and are granted for up to one-third of the cost of house to a max- imum of New developments and revisions in policy include: The extension of second mortgage loans to employees for the purchase of the ex- isting home; Mortgages for the purchase of mobile homes and mobile home sites; An interest equalization program to help reduce monthly payments on high- interest first mortgages; Development by the com- pany of a 100-unit mobile home park at Sparwood; Plans to obtain residential property at Sparwood for the development of serviced lots for sale to employees; Arrangement of a contract for the construction of 15 new homes for employees in the at Fer- nie; The establishment of a joint union-management hous- ing problems committee. The loans are interest-free and are forgiven at the rate of 10 per cent per year. That is to say the principal amount is reduced by 10 per cent each year until the full amount has been forgiven or until the house is sold or the employee leaves the company. CAREER EXCITING OPPORTUNITY! Minimum Participation Why don't you DISCOVER us and get acquainted with all the reasons that will make you glad you did. APPLY TO: Box 42, Lethbridge Herald RESTAURANT MANAGER Required for Lethbridge location. Must have minimum two years experience as a manager of a successful restaurant. Liberal salary and bonus program. Replies held in strict confidence. SMITTY'S PANCAKE HOUSES LTD. Ste. 8th Avenue S-W. Calgary, Alberta Phone 263-5683 Your future may be in NEW HOME SALES If selling is your thing and ambition one of your personal assets if you would like to join a company that's moving ahead we may have a place for you. We offer a generous commission with the option of 'drawing monthly against your commission. Direct your resume, in confidence, to: Managar Imperial Hofitea Limited 80x3177 Edmonton, Alberta IMPERIAL HOMES A MwMiWf of the Imperial Lumber Company Limited The 46 projects approved will create man-days of employment at a payroll cost of million. In southern Alberta, approv- ed projects include: Claresholm, improvement to water intake system, Medicine Hat, construction of a firehall Coaldale, construction of new civic ad- ministration building, Picture Butte, remodelled community hall, Pincher Creek, renovations and extension to community centre, Vauxhall, construction of a community hall, Vulcan, improvement to water systems, Coalhurst, construction of water system, Fall scene Farmland is becoming progressively more and more barren as winter ap- proaches, bringing golden-hued grass and wheatfields into sharp contrast with the dark browness of the soil. South In short Arena repairs begun CLARESHOLM (HNS) Work began this week on repairs to the Claresholm Arena, a project with of the cost to be assumed by the recreation board. The structure was declared unsafe for public use two weeks ago. The town's engineering consultant, Underwood, McLelland and Associates, ordered the installation of columns for ad- ditional support along the south wall. It is hoped to have the repairs completed and ice installed so that the arena can be operational by Oct. 1. Fire damages run high CRANBROOK (Special) An estimated in damages was suffered in the recent early morning fire that swept the Stop and Go Inn and the A and M Laundromat on Cranbrook St. N. The 150-foot frontage property is owned by Joe Sherbo. He converted the building to a cafe from a garage many years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Neil Wong have leased the premises of their cafe for the past two years. They are undecided about future plans until the insurance settlement is reached. Blood drawing scheduled PINCHER CREEK (Special) A Red Cross blood donor clinic will be held at St. John's Anglican Church Hall here Tuesday. It will be held from 2 to 4 and to 9 p.m. Youths of 17 may give blood if they present a note from their parents. Phyllis Hodgson is the convener and the clinic is sponsored by the local branch of the Alberta Association of Registered Nurses. Dentist to speak Tuesday COALHURST The Coalhurst Kindergarten Association will be addressed by E. D. Ericksen. Barons Eureka Health Unit dentist, at a meeting scheduled for p.m. Tuesday. Oct. 1. in the Coalhurst Royal Canadian Legion Hall. He will speak about dental hygiene and general dental care for children. Evervone is welcome to attend. The Herald District Anti-flab team now in Taber TABER Shape-Up Alber- ta, a mobile fitness and nutri- tion resource team from the Edmonton YMCA will be at Taber for three weeks beginn- ing Oct. 20. While here, the unit will offer free physical fitness appraisals and assistance to adults wishing to get started on the road to better health, according to Joyce Bourne, a project official. The program emphasizes sound nutrition and the staff includes a nutritionist. Most persons are aware of the need for personal fitness, but few are sure of training methods. The program es- tablishes a community program and trains leaders to continue the work after the team leaves, she said. Those interested in the program may contact the Taber recreation office or the Taber civic center. Persons who reside in nearby com- munities or in rural districts nearby are eligible to enrol in the program. ATA meets new teachers Under no circumstance should a teacher accept a termination of contract from a school board without first contacting Alberta Teachers Association personnel, an orientation seminar for Lethbridge teachers joining the ATA for the first lime was told Saturday. Walter Hughes. ATA membership executive assistant, said there have been cases in the past where teachers have been asked to terminate a contract and have done so without checking out their rights. There is no recourse of action once a teacher has resigned, he warned the teachers who are new to the profession or new to Alberta. FLUORIDATION PLEBISCITE PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that there has been in- troduced in the Council of Lethbridge a By-law providing for fluoridation of the water supply of the City of Lethbridge and that a copy of the same may be seen at the office of the City Clerk of Lethbridge and further that a plebiscite of the electors of Leth- bridge will be taken to determine if such electors approve of the fluoridation of the communal water supply, and if a majority of the electors voting on the plebiscite vote in favor of fluoridation. the By-law will be finally passed. NOTICE OF VOTE The voting will take place on Wednesday, the 16th day of October, 1974. from o'clock in the forenoon to o'clock in the evening. Polls will be situated in the following locations: North Lethbridge Westminster School Rainbow Hall Senator Buchanan School Wilson Junior High School St. Paul's School Winston Churchill High School South Lethbridge Civic Centre Hamilton Junior High School Allan Watson School General Stewart School Lakeview School Gilbert Paterson School Sea Cadet Ship Fieetwood Bawden School St. Patrick's School Assumption School Agnes Davidson School Honpa Buddhist Church West Lethbridge University Administration Building Electors wishing to attend the polling places as agents for or against the By-law, and the summing up of the votes, may receive the necessary appointment for this purpose by attending at the Office of the Mayor between a.m. and a.m. on Friday, the 11th day o! October. 1974. Votes will be summed up at the office of the City Clerk on the 16th day of October. 1974. commencing at p.m. John Gerla, Returning Officer I certify that the above summary is a correct statement of the- By-law that is to be submitted to a vote. John Gerla, Returning Officer Girl's death ruled accidental CRANBROOK (Special) The death of six-year-old Sandra Tull in early September in a crosswalk on Cranbrook St. was judged ac- cidental in an inquest las? week before coroner Dr. A. W. Askey. No blame was attached in the accident. The younster was crossing at 2nd St. N. with her brother. Chuck, when she was struck by a car operated by Ian Biddlecomb. J7. of Kimberley. Evidence showed one car had already for the youngsters on tire crossing when Ihc second car. driven by the youth, struck them. killing the JiUle girl. Chuck has recovered from lihf injuries he suffered. HAS LONG REACH The longest animal on record was a giant jellyfish with a bell feel in diameter and tentacles measuring 120 feet. TEMPORARY FACTORY PERSONNEL Required by Canadian Sugar Factories Factory Flints it Tibtr and Pictun Butti Work to start around Oct. 1. should last till mid December. Station Operators. Mechanics as well as Laborers required. Taber Factory Contact Mr. C. West Plant Superintendent 223-3535 Picture Butte Factory Contact F. Karren Plant Superintendent 732-4621 Hear more clearly without irritating background noise. Zeniths new Directional Hearing Aid .11 you Jind 1hX much of "tie sound you bear is haTsn. irnlav-, noise, our new aid, the "Royal D" tight '1 r-tftr-r-.? ar.ri rf-ducf.% unwanted s'.de ;snd re.v. Cornt in for a jcnX'r.M'.vlico D" or KIT yd her ?Vom 7cni''h'i. liPf "lore f'O qu-J-ty nota-; rr- Jt-f (tones tor aj 7 CjWt.