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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 WE IETH3RIDGE HERALD _ Tliundoy, Dec.muer iO, 1970 Separate meetings are held k Valley zoning unsettled CRAMiROOK (Special) With the Regional District of East KOotcimy board and Elk Valley Land Protective Asso- ciation at impass loggerhead over Elk Valley zoning, Hon. Dan Campbell, minister of mu- nicipal affairs, has met sep- arately with both. The RDEK bylaw would re- Snow Valley in operation The Snow the top and over three feet at FERX1E (IINS) Valley Ski Hill was officially opened for the season last Sat- urday. Snow conditions are good with about eight feet at School act discussed SrmUNCJ (HNS) The new school act and how it af- fects the Stirling education sys- tem was the topic of discussion at the recent parent-teacher meeUng. Information was presented by Mrs. Elodia Christensen, secretary-treasurer of the school board. Members of the board were also present to an- swer questions in [he discussioi period. In recognition of Canada Week, a special musical pro- gram was presented at the school with elementary anc high school students participat ing. Songs by Canadian authors and songs about Can ada were sung by the various classes. Numbers were introduced b> the bottom. National sM team coach Al Raine will be here from De- cember 12 to the 23 to put about 60 national team hopefuls through their paces. His wife, former world cham- pion Nancy Greene, expects to be here next Easter with a group of about 80 skiers, 16 and under, who will be competing for the Canadian .junior cham- pionships. strict iirlian rlevelopiiiuut In tins Rocky Mountain valley northward nearly 50 miles to two areas. Fording River and Boivan Creek. Otherwise it would permit only residential parcels mtmmnm five acres, and subdivision mininum 80 acres in five acre parcels. Head of Ihc valley is Fording River Coal Ltd., development of .new resource, well ad- vanced Including advancing construction southward to Mi- chel of a new railway. The area will soon be permanently settled with permanent em- ployees of this new industry. This magnificent valley has been bypassed by industry to now. except for logging and scattered ranches many of which have as sideline or main v; p of District News .rfifrfc.rs: Leavitt family awarded trophy CARDSTON (HNS) Th annual banquet and tropl night sponsored by the Care ston Agricultural Society well received by those in a tendance. About 150 plate. music teacher Brown. Mrs. Ken Park areas handed hack to recreation TABER (HNS) Responsi- bilities between Taber's public works and recreation depart- ments were allocated recently at a joint meeting of town council's respective commit- tees. Under the arrangement, care and maintenance of all park areas will revert to the recrea- tion department as had been the case up to a year ago, with the inclusion of care of the cemetery. The arrangement looks some- thing like this: The works department will make major improvements and do any capital construction. Any underground work re- quired, and snow removal will also fall on the public works crews. Any such requirement will receive as much advance notice from recreation staff as is reasonably possible. The recreation department will manage the full operation of the recreation complex, in- cluding janitorial and regular maintenance work, along with operation of the ice manufac- turing plant, water treatment Help members cluh is told CRANBROOK (Special) As advisor to the new Rocky Mountain 4-H Beef Club, Wald Dixson said it was responsibil ity of older members to hel new members in every pract cal way they could. All 11 mem bers now have the calves the; are raising to East Kootenay 4-H June Achievement Day oh jectives. This club has three Charolais calves among its membership this year, and thus becomes eligible for the Charolais Asso- ciation scholarship offeree through Alberta and British Columbia for the 4-H Charolais showing most weight gains next spring. plant for the pool, covering the pool, and associated responsi- bilities. Santa's agent opens shop PICTURE BUTTE The north regional recreation fice has set up communications with the North Polo and Santa's Workshop. Any parents wanting their child to receive a 'phone call or letter from Santa are asked io fill in the appropriate cards at Uie recreation office here. Any letters written to Santa Box 295, Picture Butte, will be forwarded. Deadline is Dec. 20. WLNS TRIP TABER (HNS) Shirley Eraser of Coaldale will attend the National Hockey League game at Vancouver, B.C., Dec. 9 courtesy of Taber's Minor Hockey Association. The trip for two by air from Calgary to Vancouver was won in a draw from holders of minor hockey supporters tickets. were served with Bill Nalder of Raymond the M.C. The Ardell Leavitt family was presented with Uie ma- yor's trophy for most points won in die 1970 Cardston Fair and Horse Show. Lynn Jensen won the all-round cowboy tro- phy for his participation in the rodeo. Police foil robbery of Blink's van NEW YORK (AP) A man posing as a Brink's guard was arrested at Kennedy here moments before Airport the ar- mored truck crew he joined was to pick up a ?1 million gold ship- ment. Airport police said Port Au- hority patrolman Melvin disarmed the man and arrested him after an Eastern Airlines cargo handler said he 'looked a little funny." The man was identified as John Lester, 23, who police said has a record of five arrests for pbbery and narcotics viola- tions. He was impersonating a corrections officer employed rart time by Brink's, police said. Lester was taken into custody, jolice said, when lie was unable o produce a Brink's identifica- ion card. The other two guards ad proper credentials. Lester was charged with im- personating a police officer, possession of a weapon and pos- ession of stolen property. Actress mother HOLLYWOOD (AP) Ac- tress Arlene Dahl has given irth to a six-pound 8 Ms-ounce son, her first child by her third larriage, to Rounsevelle interest, hunting guiding durin the season. Intrusion of industry hi sharply increased land value and landowners are resenlf of restrictions preventing then taking advantage of tin RDEK planner Alfred Millc has countered that agricultur and recreation are best Ian uses here, and piecemeal sma parcel sale will interfere wil this. The bylaw had first reading in May, public hearing in Jun and the board scheduled enacl ment in July, which launche organization of the Land Pro tective Association and its pre sently effective campaign withold the order-uvcouncil necessary for the enactment. During Mr. Campbell's visi the Waldo Stockbreeders Asso ciation, major organization in the South Country', RDEK elec [oral area down the Elk Rive south of Elko to Montana bor der, and Jaffray invited him tc a meeting called by its presi dent Walter Dunford. This elec toral area of about people will be partly pondage for the Libby Dam but still suppor substantial ranch activities am might become potential recrea- tion resort country. Mr. Dun ford wondered if RDEK had similar zoning plans for them and whether the electoral area had a chance to draw up its own zoning rules first. Meanwhile in the Upper Elk Valley, with enactment of the bylaw in abeyance, Irving Johnson, spokesman for Sul- phur Springs Land and Devel- opment Company, attended the RDEK meeting to clarify standing of its project plans. He outlined these as 56-stall mobile trailer park, 40-unit mo- tor inn and recreation building close to this eastern British Columbia tourist gateway. He said permit efforts for the project have been continuing 18 months at considerable cost, and enactment of the bylaw will cancel possibility. He was told by the board that his pro- posed plan had only to comply with existing RDEK bylaws until the zoning bylaw is en- acted and the board saw no reason for suspending approval if the zoning bylaw is not yet enacted. Shower held CARDSTON (HNS) Miss Dawn Jensen, bridc-clcet, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wal- lace Jensen of Aetna and form- erly of Mountain View was hon- ored at a miscellaneous shower in the Mountain View Cultural hall. Hostesses were Mesdames Monte Neilson and Kathleen Uibel. Miss Jeasen will become !hc- bride of Philip Porteous of Pin- eher Creek Dec. 12 in the Al- berta Temple. Six in race Six seeking council seats are incumbents Mike Pisoni and Roy Ursual and newcomers Dick Dukowski, Tom Goddard, Jack Pidgeon and Ed Pachara. Cardston wins tournament FERNJE School board In- cumbent trustees in Fernie held then: seats unopposed, but there are six irren seeking tho three vacant seats on city council. 26 pupils placed on honor roll NATAL (HNS) For the irst school term at Sparwood Elementary School, 26 pupils vere placed on the honor rol" vhile eight were 0yen honor- able mention. The following were placed on he honor roll: Grade 4: Linda toward, William Oliver, Joyce Yee, Penny Chatterson, Diane lydomako. Michelle K o z 1 e r. rade 5: Cheryl Morgan, Karen VIcPherson, Linda Pisoni, Mar- ;aret Yee, Marilyn Fehr, Mich- icl Rybachuk. Grade 6: Mary izliske, Suzanne Howard, Neil 2ook. Grade 7: Wendy Smith, han Borsate, Janice Katri- hak, Nancy Volpatti, Robert )unkerley, Aurelia Saccomani, ohn Katrichak, Robert DeLuca- touglas Speager, Peggy Spea- er, Colleen Townsend. Honorable mention went to lark Marc hi, Chen Kurze, ina Cimolini, Ross Napier, ose Ellen Oliver, Betty Lou och, Kathy Wakulctak and atricia Kuznir in then- respec- ve grades. WARNER (HNS) Playing before a capacity crowd, the St. Mary's Warriors of Card- ston handed the Warner War- riors a 65-42 setback in the champiorisnip game of the six- team, pre Christmas tourna- ment here recently. With the score 29-25 at ha time, the St. Mary's team pu on good pressure. High scorers were Dav Weasel Head with 18 points fo St. Mary's and Brian Rain and Wayne Cronkhite with 1: each for Warner. Warner advanced to the finals by defeating St. Mike', from Pincher Creek 83-38, Magrath Eagles 87-77. St. Mary's defeated Coal hurst 44-29 and Nanton 57-54 on their way to the finals. Coalhurst won the tion event by defeating Nan ton 53-49 in their final game. Britain prepares for money switch LONDON (AP) "Right, an edltoriil Mid. Moonmobile survives lunar light BOCHUM, West Germany (Reuter) Russia's Lunokhod moonmobile has survived1 the 14-day lunar night and begun sending messages back to earth again, Uie Bochum space track- ing station said today. Heinz Kamanski, bead of the station, said Lunokhod began ransmitting signals again Tues- day night. The Soviet moon probe went silent two weeks ago at the be- ginning of the lunar night. madam, here's your change. I owe you eight shillings 11 pence. But that, of course, now comes to 44% new pence. Everything Chances are it won't be next Fsb. 15 when Britain abandons the money system it has 101- lowed for centuries and takes on decimal coinage. The pound no longer will be divided into 20 shillings of 12 pence each. Instead, it will con- sist of 100 new pence. By then everyone with 10 fingers is sup- posed to find it easier to counl by tens instead of the present system of threes, sixes, twelves and twenties. Workers who must make change, like bank and postal clerks, worry how they are going to convert the uncon- verted public to the new sys- tem. Public opinion polls show more than half Uie British peo- ple don't like decimalization and more than a third don't under- stand it. Bank, post office and other workers are sure to face delays, mistakes and added strain in their everyday dealings. They are already pressing for more in order to cope with "worry money." Claims arc in from unions representing white collar workers. Even the tax collectors have put in a claim for ?120 to cover extra paper work. SEEK GUIDANCE Nervous employers are asking or government guidance, fear- ing that once one claim is met it vill open the gates so that shop :lerks, bus conductors and just about everyone else who han- !les money will put in his bid. The Daily Mirror calls this ampaign '.the cheekiest try-on ince Australian dockers de- landed 'temptation money' for unloading crates of scotch." "Let's cut out the window, "Bank workers, taxmen and post office clerks are all sup- posed to be good at figures. That's what they're paid for. Now they are claiming extra pay for continuing to be good at figures." The inconvenience and strain for decimalization, The Mirror said, will be shared by every- o n e, housewives, pensioners, shopkeepers. RC cardinal dies at 73 ROME (AP) Benno Cardi- nal Gut, a Swiss-born member of the Roman curia and tha prefect of the Vatican Congre- gation for Divine Worship, died in hospital here at the age of 73. He had been suffering from a circulatory ailment. The death reduces tha Col- of Cardinals to 126 mem- bers, eight fewer than the 134 after Pope Paul's third consis- tory in April, 1969. Cardinal Gut, a member of the Benedictine order, was a scholar of biblical studies and taught at the Pontifical Uni- versity in Home in the 1930s. He was named a cardinal in June, 1967. on Jan. 9, 1969, Pope Paul placed him in charge of the Vatican office that has compe- tence over the rites and cere- monies of the church. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Denial Mechanic Capitol Furniture Bldj. PHONE 328-7684M SIMPSONS-SEARS- Miss Dahl has a 12-year-old an by her marriage to actor Fernando Lamas and an eight- ear-old daughter by her second .arriage, to Christopher olmes. Alberta's Great Moments NOW WE CAN GETYOUR MR8EU So call for Lethbridge Pil. Stako your own claim to Great Momenls with Alberta's original Pilsner, Artificial "Natural Beauty" Christmas Tree 10" Sale Price Thess full proportioned "Natural Beauty" Christmas trees give you all of the traditional feeling with none of the mesi and bother of a real treel Pre-shaped for easy errettion. Fireproof. 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