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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta -Tueidny. Augusl 10, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGF HERALD 3 WEATHER-BEATEN, DUST-CAKED HOUSES ARE GONE FOR GOOD Dust-choked community nearly dead and buried CRANBROOK (Special) Municipal District of Sparwood urban renewal project at its eastern end in Nalal-Middle- town-Michcl area, unique clear- ing of coal-dusted settlement on major highway ribbon develop- ment, may ynt be concluded by the end of this yccr. East Kootenay Equipment Ltd. of Cranbrook has just com- pleted its second demolition contract to clear 109 properties bought from owners, and last November demolished 58 aban- doned buildings. Terms of final demolition are now under con- sideration to consolidate the cleared area into a single title in the name of the Regional District of East Kootenay for possible appropriate sale. Tagg Pliolo WINS CERTIFICATE G. F. Pringle, lefl, officer-in- charge southern zone, Emergency Measures Organization, presents a cetificale oF merit 1o County 40-Mile Reeve Dan Vandenberg. EMO built up by 40-Mile chief FOREMOST (Special) Dan VandenBerg reeve of county of Forty-Mile, received the Al-l berta Emergency Measures Or- ganization of mer- it" in a ceremony held here re- cently. The coveted nward was pre- sented lo Mr. VandenBerg at recent counly council meeting by F. Pringle. officer-in charge of the southern zone of EMO. In a letter lo Mr. Vanden- j Berg, informing him of Ihe award, EMO oo-ordinator Ar-! nold J. Lavoie paid tribute lo j the exemplary allilude towards] "emergency measures" of Mr. i. VandenBerg. Mr. Lavoie continued: "If the chief magistrates of all muni- cipalities supporlrd emergency planning and prcparalion for disaslcr us you do, our wink would indeed he much easier. You have personally laken the lead hi Ihe program in your community by assuming the appointment of chairman of the emergency measures control committee and it is chiefly due lo your efforts that the Forty- Mile emergency government area was formed. "As a matter of fart, your deep involvement in our pro- gram forces us lo deviate from our normal method of present- ing this award, which is to for- ward it to the mayor or reeve of the recipient's municipality, with a request that it be pre- sented at a suilnble occasion Wo have therefore reqiieslc-d G. P. Pringle, the officer-in- charge of southern zone, lo pre- sent it to you, with the accom- panying leltc-r from our minis- ler. the Hon. Edgar II. Gcr- hart." Emergency measures co-or- dinalor for iho Forty-Mile area is Vem Arnold. Natal was the single municl pality at village status ad' joining the other two commu nilies located at 'he soft coal minehead and coking ovens in Crowsnest Pass section of B.C. which Crow's Nest Pass Coa Company Ltd. operated foi more than 60 years. The urban renewal, clearing the highway flanks of habita- tion, was undertaken at S2 mil- lion plus, one-half federal, one- rourth provincial, and the re- maining fourth locally divided. It continues within its budget. Thl renewal covered removal of 800 people in a communty of 320 properties. Nine expropriations were un- dertaken in Ihis final phase, wilh arbitration pending and several others are temporarily postponed until legitimate ;itle in some cases is brought up to date. Appraisals of properties were made independently, and at early stages of the two-year project were, In general, accep- table. Sellers were free lo lo- cale anywhere they chose, and various types of housing deve- lopment subdivisions and mul- tiple housing strategically lo- cated through this coal mine booming Elk Valley were read- ied for them. However the apparently in- flated land and real eslale sit- uation in East Kootenay over Ihe past Iwo years has shocked some of those holding out, since appraisal price will require supplementary relatively large mortage to those who have prided themselves for decades in living comfortably mortgage- free. However, improvement of en- vironment and accommodation standards should compensate. Unaffected, nor yet dis- cussed, is the frame Michel- Nalal Hospital outside the re- newal area, scheduled at one lime for phase-out when Fer- nie's new hospital now in final planning stage and approved, some 15 miles west, goes into operation. Since so much ol llic new in- dustry is developing up to 50 miles northward from Natal, wilh heavy population buildup in this direction, East Koolc- nay Hospital Regional District is reviewing this possible phase-out. Also unaffected far is the massive Iwo-slorey brick school owned by the school district, bill located on leased Crow's Nest Industry land. YOUTH OF YEAR Allan Pard of (lie Peigan Reserve won tlic lindian Youth of the Year award at tills year's Calgary Stampede. lie also won two prizes in (ho buffalo riding contest, the first year for tins new infield event. New post for Booth CRANBROOK (Special) Kenneth Booth, for eight years provincial deputy government agent for Cranbrook, has been promoted and transferred to Terrace as government agent. He and his wife, who has -sen secretary in the govern- ment agricultural office here, will leave the city in mid- August. Agent James Ryley and Mrs. the government office staff and the legal fralernity gathered at the Ryley home or a supper parly when gifts were presented to both Mr. and ill's. Booth. Mr. Rj'ley, E. L. 3crry, agri cult ural agent, E. L. Hedley, retired govern- ment agent willi whom Mr. 3oolh started his sen-ices here eight years ago on transfer from Courtenay, and Ty Col- gur, representing area lawyers, made short Iribule farewell ad- dresses. The vacancy has been posted for lale August appointment. Baruetl iamilies Burning Rectal Itch .Relieved In Minutes This Special Hemorrhold Remedy Contains a Unique Healing Substance That Relieves Pain As It Shrinks Hemorrhoids One of Lhc mnsl. rnmninn ndlic- iions is Ji condition known nfl "Itching 11, i.s mosl. for Iho sufferer dur- ing the day and ospot'inlly apfrrnvalinp al nifjhl. 1 fyou w.i n I. Nil isfnrlory rplirT lifrr'ri A rrsiMrHi hlmralnrv lur. lira 11 rm Rilislaiicn (lie ability to prmnpllv Die liuniing i.cli and "priin. H homorrhoidfl. Tins Mihslancr hiia brrn shown Id prodmv a mosl- rfi'ivlivc rnlo of I ir Ri-rm-killinp; pro- IKTIJOH n Uo holp prevnni, infcc-linn. In nun lirmnrrhoid CUSP iil'lrr r.nolher "very aLrikinj; wn.s reported. Tliia im- provement was main mined over n period of months! Aiming these sufferers were n vari- ety of heinorrhoid even cnFcw oflonn slnmlniR. Thin fircomplislird liv a new htti'ilmg nee (Hrn- Iw 11 wnrlrl- roimvvnrd rrsr.arrh ilul ion. This Niilistmirr is now ohljim- nliln in nintmrjit nr form known as I'rrparntion If. Ask for Preprint l.ion 11 Sn p- posiloricfl (roiivenionl lo enrry i fawny from or Vrcp.'irn- (ion II Ointment wilh upecial applicator. Availnhle at all drup rninilers. Satisfaction or your money refunded.. gather PABK LAKE Forty-seven members of the Bavnctt fami- lies of Lctlibndgc, Claresliolm, Del Bonila and Calgary ami ufher centres aKenried a fam- ily reunion picnic here recent- ly. AtlenritnE were Canadian Forces SRl. Don and llrs. Dun- brack and family, Mrs. Bobbie Dunbrack of Turner Valley; Mr. and Jlrs. .1. A. Lawless, Mr, and Mrs. Levcrc and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Law- less and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Ashley Lawless, all ol Calgary; Mr. and Mrs. An Vanco and family, Picture, Dullc; Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Bar- mi t and family, Cbrosliolm: Mr. and Mrs. PoaliC and family, llamia; Mr. and Mrs. Ron Barnctt of Oyen; Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Barnctt and Mr, and Mrs, Charlie Eanicll and fam- ily of Del Monila; and Mr. and Mrs. Mel Godlonfnn and Mr. and Mrs. C. C, Patching, all ol Lcthbridgo. Group seeks board Iiec SPARWOOD (HNS) A Id- ler was received from Fred W. Berry and Company, lauyers for Hie Sparwood Business- men's Association, regarding parking in the commercial area of Spanvood. The businessmen have indi- cated that they wish the matter lo be brought before Hie board of variance and council derided (o retain the services of F. C. Hyslop lo represent them should "the mat- Icr go before Ihe board. COMPLETE STUDIES During the last 15 years, Is.OOO students from developing countries have completed studies at the Hebrew Univcr- sily in Jerusalem. Settler's Day just a memory now COALDALK HNS) of people lined t h n streets to watch the annual Settler's Day parade, sponsored by Ihe Coaldale Chamber or Commerce. Lee II a n d 1 e y was parade marshal! and among the gues'.s were Deane Gundlock, MP, and Mrs. Gundlock, Mayor A. C. Anderson and Mrs. Ander- son of Lethbridge and Mayor A. F. Blakie and Mrs. Blakie of Coaldale. Winners in tlie various par- ade section was Lhe Bank cf Montreal in the commercial section with Ben's Accounting .second while the Wayfarer Girls' Club of Coaldale took firs', place in the fraternal and club float section with the Pythian Sisters second. In the decorated car section, Marten's IGA placed first and Southern Signs second while in the antique car section the Model A was the winner. In the 4-H Club section, the Turin 4-H Club took first place. A special Sporlsplex promotion float was Bulled by a bicycle in the children's secion and judges felt that due to its sig- nificance as a town project it warranted special attention and was given second place. In the children's bicycle sec- lion, The Bride won first place and The Couple second while in the children's novelty sec- lion Smokcy the Bear won first place and the walking Indians second. The Early Worm took first place in the children's bi- SETTtER'5 WAGON The recent Selller's Day parade mini-seltler's wagon pulled by Lorri and Donna Moser Ihe wagon. cycle section with the Rabbits second. In the horse section, the Hess family of Lelhbridge won the family group with Cliff Peter- son of Lethbridge taking the honors with the best-decorated horse. In Iho boys' section, Gary Kasner was first and Ronnie Kasner second while Caroline Handsaeme was first in the girls' section, second place going to Mary Anne Handsaeme. In the senior hor.se section, Dixie Gray of Lethbridge was at Coaldale featured this litlle brolher Bradley inside Tymburski Photo the winner with Ralph Freder- ick second. In the glamor spe- cial class, junior, Christine Fa- ber was the winner with Tracey Erickson second. Jake Thies- sen, with a horse drawn char- iot, won the driving class. Honor grades attained TABER CHNS) Grade 12 students at W. R. Myers High Sclwol here fared fairly well at the June departmental examina- tions. Of the 321 papers written by 82 students, 27 or more than 8.1 per cent received honor grades with averages of over 80 per cent. A total of 80 papers or 24.3 per cent ranged in the 05 to 80-mark range; 133 papers or per cent landed in the 50 to 65-mark range; 61 papers for 19.3 per cent in the 40 to 50-mark range, and 17 papers (or six per cent failures. Examinations were written in eight subjects. The 60 students writing 242 papers at Vauxhall fared less mil. Six papers or 2.5 per cent received honors; 52 papers or 21.2 per cent graded 65 to 80; 139 papers or 57.1 per cent were in the 50 to 65 range; 40 papers or 16.1 per cent graded 40 to 50; and five papers for 2.1 per cent failed. Seven sub- jects were written. AL Grassy Lake papers ware written in two subjects. The 15 students wrote papers of which none received honors standing. Three papers for 10.7 per cent graded 65 to 80; 10 papers or 35.7 per cent were in the 50 to 65-mark range; the same number graded 40 to 50, and five papers or 17.9 per cent were failures. Horace Keyes elected mayor of municipality SPARWOOD (HNS) The four men and one woman who are charged with directing the affairs of Elkford, British Co- lumbia's newest municipality, were sworn In, recently by Judge Hugh Swayze of Fernie. The first action of the new council was to elect Horace Keyes as Elkford's first mayor and it was lo him that Ian Dodds. executive assistant lo Stan Wilson, chairman of the available for municipalities. RDEK, and MLA Leo Nimsick were among the guests for the meeting. Both men who were Mr. Dodds, speaking on be- half of Mr. advised the new council that not only accompanied by their wives, j the provincial government, but extended congratulations to the new municipality. Mr. Wilson described some of the services availalbe from the RDEK, advising that small also branches of the federal government are available to advise and assist new munici- palities. The new council is composed of Mayor Keyes, Mrs. Bar- Pollution problem is easily solved communities cannot lure on their own such people as build bara Taplin, Karl Maarlman, Mimiciapl Affairs Minister Dan ing inspectors, assessors or j Tom Eeglon, and George Mox- Campbell, presented the letters j planners. The RDEK has men1 ham. patent. Mr. Dodds followed by pre- senting a gavel and mallet from th? minister to Mr. Keyes. The engraving on the gift was a little premature as it stated the inaugural meeting was held July 16 instead of the actual August 2. There was little business oth- er than the formalilies. Mrs. Grace Malnarich was named I acting clerk and acting trea- surer. Jack Fetzko of Fernie was named as auditor and the Royal Bank in Sparwood was selected as the bank. Next meeting was set for to- night in the Elkford informa- tion office. Mayor Keyes advised coun- cilor George Moxham to see what could be done to provide beller accommodation for fu- ture meetings as, to date, there is no plan for a community centre. Kaiser is willing to help foot bill SPARWOOD (HNS) Lit- ter or Jand pollution is the most widespread, yet theo- retically the most easily solved, pollution problem in the East Kootenays. says Di- rector of the East Kootenays Health Unit. Dr. Hopper. "Cans and paper litter our countryside, even in rela- tii ely inaccessible places. There are candy wrappings lodged within 50 feet of the summit of Mt. Fisher and pop cans rust on the rocks of the Lake of the Hanging Gla- cier." he said. The solution is simple. It is as oasy to take your cans, bottles and paper back with you as it is to bring them he said. During the month of Aug- ust federal and provincial enforcement officers of the Litter Act will be on the look- out for transgressors. Dr. Hopper asks, particularly, that the young people take :t upon themselves to encourage everyone to keep our country- side clean. "Remember take your gar- bage back he urges. SPARWOOD (HNS) At the regular meeting of council of the District of Sparwood a let- ter was received from Kaiser Resources Limited, indicating the company would be prepar- ed to pay one third of the capi- tal cost of a new recreation complex for Spanvood up lo if council is prepared to pay the olher ITO thirds and to pay the operating deficits. Council earlier accepted I from the Natal-Michel j Community Fund Society this project and could pay 5150.000 out of general reserve to get the complex started. The additional money would have lo be raised at a later time lo complete the project as planned. A further meeting is to be set up with Kaiser Re- sources Limited lo discuss phasing of construction. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep., Bloirmore Phona 562-2149 These Are The Lctltbtidgc Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area MAGRATH MRS. MILDREn HARKER P.O. Box 97 MASINASIN MRS. FRANCIS MUELLER P.O. Box 329, Milk River MONARCH MRS. JACOB DEKKER P.O. 61 NANTON MRS. MARY BENSON f.O. Box 314 MOUNTAIN VIEW MRS. MAXINE HANSON Gen. Dtl. Conrad these people for your District Newi or Classified Advertising For Safety's Sake! Selling or leasing lire extinguishers? Don't do il, unless they are approved types! "APPROVED" means listed by a recognized testing laboralory and acceptable to Ihe Firs Commissioner. Acceptable laboratories include U.L.C., U.L.I., and F.M, And, failure to obey this regulation could result in a fine ol not less than ?10 nor more than FIRE EXTINGUISHER REGULATIONS, ALBERTA REGULATION Filed Miy 4.71. Violations or complaints may to forwarded to the Fire Commissioner, 610 Financial Building or to your local Fire Depirtmont. FIRE COMMISSIONER Department of Labour ge PROVINCE OF HALBERTA Hon. R. Rcierson, Minister D. I. Gardner, Deputy Minister ;