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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Fort Steele needs development plan CRANBROOK The 63.65-acre Wildhorse across Highway 93-95 from Fort may be add- ed to the Fort Steele Historical Park. But regional planner Eugene Lee says it is doubtful that the park needs another 63 acres of land to accommodate its operations. He says a com- prehensive development plan is in order. Directors of the Regional District of East Kootenay recently decided to support in principle purchase by the Fort Steele Historical Park of the nearby ranch. The board's action is based on a report by the planner. RDEK support is dependent on three That the provincial govern- ment develop a comprehen- sive development plan which would show the total develop- ment concept and land re- That all small private holdings now inside the park be And that the park show its capability in the proper maintenance of the existing park property. Fort Steele officials have suggested that the ranch could levy disputed Shell tax appeal decision delayed PINCHER CREEK In a court hearing of Shell Canada Ltd. vs. The Municipal District of Pincher Creek No. Justice of the Supreme Court of Alberta reserved a decision on an appeal of a supplementary tax levied by the Municipal District of Pincher Creek in 1972. Shell Canada Ltd. appealed the tax levy imposed on Shell Waterton Plant No. which went into production in December of 1971. At that Plant No. 2 was not tax- able for the year as Provincial Tax legislation re- Ambulance carried 165 FINCKER CREEK With the comple- tion of its second half of a full year's the Pincher Creek Fire Brigade report shows that from 1972 to 1973 a total of 165 patients have been conveyed by ambulance to medical treatment centers over a distance of miles. Despite the discontinuation of ambulance service for the Peigan Reserve during the past the increase in use by residents of the Town of Pincher Creek and the Municipal District of Pincher Creek has resulted in a de- mand for the service nearly equal to that of previous years. During the December- November the local unit was despatched to the Brocket area on 13 occasions at the request of the R.C M.P Special school project begins PINCHER CREEK St. Michael's School has embarked on a special program funded joint- ly by the Provincial Depart- ment of Education and the Federal Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development. The program will consist of expanding opportunities for the individual child through the assistance of teacher- audio visual equipment and small groups. Oppor- tunities for the classroom teacher to observe programs elsewhere will be provided quired that the plant must have been completed or in operation prior to October 1971 An amendment to the Municipal Taxation Act in 1972 permitted municipalities to pass a Supplementary Assessment Bylaw and tax new improvements for that portion of the taxation year the improvement was com- pleted or in operation. Shell Canada Ltd interpreted that the new legislation should not apply to Plant No as it was com- pleted in not the 1972 tax year. They also pointed out that the amending legislation was not in effect until June 1972. The Municipal District argued that the plant was in operation for the full tax year and it. therefore taxable for the full year. The argument centers on the interpretation of the word in the 1972 Statute A decision is expected by the end of the year Business licences mulled BLAIRMORE If Blairmore coun- cil adopts a bylaw regarding revision of iocai business licenses a basic rate of per year will be established in the New Year. Complaints registered with council by a number of local business firms regarding the variation in business license rates being charged to local business forced council into studying the structure. It was recommended that the rate be adopted for local business houses and a license for non local business. The local rate would cover all business from Lundbreck to the Alberta-B boundary who do business in Blairrnore If the new rate structure is passed the town stands to lose about per year in license revenue Business licenses now realize approx- imately revenue for the town where the new system would only bring in Crowsnest Pass Bureau Vcrnon 562-2149 Report your news to.... The Lethbridge Herald Correspondent in Your Area ETZIKOM MRS. PIUS EHNES ..................................666-2157 ENCHANT MRS. MARGARET DORCHAK .........................738-2159 FERNIE MRS. RICHARD WILLIAMS ..........................423-7438 FOREMOST G50FFTAGO.......................................667-3661 FORT MACLEOD MRS. TED SWIHART 234-3612 QRANUM MRS. ED CESAR ....................................236-3806 Contact these people lor your District News or Classified Advertising be used for agricultural dis- residences for staff and visiting theatrical growing feed for the park future park expansion and a campground. The planner says the Fort Steele park already has more than 20 acres between the ranch and the CPR tracks that is not.being used. The contrast between the vegetation at Fort Steele and on the Wildhorse Ranch is ex- says Mr. Lee. Because the land is there is no reason that Fort Steele could not be made to look a boom not a ghost The planner says the park entertains some visitors over a three-month period every year and there are practically no facilities. He says if the provincial government does not want private development of camp- ing as it has then it should provide facilities itself. Eating facilities are he says. After people see a show at the there is practically no place to eat or sleep hard to get a snack without driving to If funds for the ranch would come out of the greenbell administered by the land commission. The ranch is used for mixed about 35 acres are under cultivation. There is a 600-gallon per minute irrigationn fully equipped. The farmhouse and accessory buildings are located on a two-acre building site which enjoys of the best views in the East Kootenay says the planner's requested by the RDEK. December 1873 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Herald---------------------s District Sugar beet king grew 27.39 tons on 20.5 acres Tourist site Regional District of East Kootenay directors have backed in principle the purchase by the Fort Steele Historical Park of the nearby Wildhorse Ranch. four of some visitors entertained at the park each year. Committee positions filled Pincher Creek reeve returned PINCHER CREEK Hilton Pharis has been returned for his fifth consecutive term as Reeve of the Municipal District of Pincher Creek No. 9. Mr. Pharis has been on the Council since 1961. Gordon Stuckey was named deputy- reeve Re-appointments to the Agricultural Service Board Thomas Hammond and Robert Council Bob Dept. of and Hugh Lynch-Staunton and Hugh Bonertz. The Agricultural Service Board institutes weed and pest control en- courages improvements in farming methods and assists the farming communities. All members of the Council will be on the Public Works Committee which cares for road maintenance and construction programs. About per year is spent to upkeep 590 miles of good gravel roads and 19 miles of pavement. Members of Council were named to the following com- mittees as representatives of Hilton Chinook Health Thomas Crestview Bill Oldman River Planning Gordon recreation and Bill Cyr is a member at large representing the M.D. on the Recreation Bill am- bulance and Robert preventive social Gordon Robert Toney and Light contest at Blairmore BLAIRMORE Blairmore is getting into the light of things and despite the energy shor- the town will this year sponsor a Christmas Light Decorating competition for both residential and commer- cial sections. A panel of judges will be elected to view the decorated homes and businesses on tht evening of Dec. 21 and winners of the residential will receive and prizes and the commercial prize will be Bill machinery com- mittee. All of Council was delegated to attend the School Board meetings The Municipal District is preparing a bylaw to prohibit taking garbage to the Lundbreck dump unless it is properly parcelled. This is an effort to prevent garbage blowing out of the pit. Pupils get hot lunches TURIN Hot noon lunches now are being served at the school twice a month. This is a non-profit service provided by a volunteer group of mothers in the community to help break the monotony of school lunch pail meals. TABER Rudy youngest director of the Taber-Barnwell Sugar Beet Growers' was named Alberta sugar beet king for 1973 at the growers' annual banquet Friday evening. Mr. Gregus' crop of 20.5 acres averaged 27.39 tons per association president Mike Putici reported. Presentation of the com- petition trophy was made by special guest Hugh Alberta agriculture minister and deputy premier. Dr. Horner in turn received from vice-president Edward J. Shlmbashi a replica of the original sugar beet a beet knife with hooked suitably engraved for the occasion. Winner of the Canadian Sugar Factories Ltd. trophies for the highest tonnage raised by a 4-H club member was Inspector busy at Wardner B.C. Measures to encourage better maintenance of buildings and grounds at Wardner will be continued by the building inspector of the Regional District of East Kootenay time Ashley inspector for the submitted a report to the RDEK board at its re- describing the condi- tion of buildings that other residents have complained about. Most of the buildings were built a number of years some of them are maintenance has been minimal and most would not pass today's building stan- said It is dif- he to pinpoint the legal location of many because road and lot lines are no longer distinguishable. Although old old cars and other debris lying around various parts of the townsite could be cleaned demolition of buildings would have to follow establishment of ownership and passing of bylaws by the RDEK. Oliver made two specific recommendations that the metal roof members of the concrete structure at the old mill site should be dismantled and the debris cleaned and that the building used as a store until and now should be put on a foundation and brought up to building standards. Bonnie Sekura with 25.24 tons per acre. The trophy was presented by company agricultural superintendent Gerald Snow of Lethbridge. Winning the 4-H Club trophy is not unusual in the Joe Sekura Bonnie's sister Lydia having been a three- times winner. Only two com- mercial growers topped the 4- H club winner's average as will be here The top 10 growers in the district recognized at the ban- quet Rudy Gregus 20.5 acres 27.39 Canadian Sugar Factories Ltd. 20 acres 26 09 tons. Frank and Laddie Pavka. Cranford 143.5 acres 24.69 Herbert and Hugo Vauxhall 50 acres 2434 Paul Gregus 209 acres 24.0 Paul Cranford 74 5 acres 23.66 Tony Perl 41.4 acres 22.88 Tri-T Vauxhall 88.5 acres 2283 John Badura 20.4 acres 22.71 Kay Vauxhall 101 5 acres 22.66 tons. Runners up in the 4-H com- petition were Billy Badura 22.9 tons and Debra Donick 22.6 tons. Lodge gets cheque PINCHER CREEK Cecil M. Lar- a resident of Crest View Senior Citizens recently presented the Foun- dation Board with a check for The money is to be used to purchase a dishwasher which will be dedicated as a memorial to the late Mrs Grace a matron of the lodge who was killed in a car accident in the apring THE SOLD D08EES Sn your or LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Pinmounl TJintri Bldj Exercise boot therapist David Neilson guides fire chief Len Hatton. Going to Calgary WINTER RATES STETSON MOTEL 10002 Clean Comfortable Units Color TV Automatic phones Phont -271-3210 Collect RUMPUS ROOM mm Firemen get equipment FORT MACLEOD Fort Macleod firemen do more than fight fires. A quad boot and weights were donated to the physio- therapy department of the Macleod Municipal Hospital by local firefighters Therapist David Neilson spends one day each week at district hospitals in the Crowsnest Picture Milk River and here. He will make good use of the set. Also making presentations the same afternoon was the Fort Macleod Hospital Aid group. It donated a restrainer strap and walking bars. Hear more clearly without irritating background noise. Zenith's new Directional .Hearing Aid. If you find that much of the sound you hear is irritating then pur .new Directional hearing aid. the could be just right for you. This comfortable aid brings you rich sound at a pleasant level as it softens and reduces harsh unwanted background npise from the side and rear. Come in for a demonstration of the or any other aid from Zenith's line of more than 20 quality aids at no cost or obligation. Batteries for all makes of hearing aids The Quality gors m hrlore Ilic name goes on LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Helping the hard of hearing since 1943 Paramount Theatre Bldg. Phone 328-4080 715 4th Avenue S. 327-22V3 2 x 4 Spruce Studs Each 2 x 2 Spruce Studs Construction each 1 x 2 Rippings Per q0 lineal foot ..............U PREFINISHED HARDBOARD VINYL ASBESTOS FLOOR TILE 12x12.080 Gauge 4 colors to choose from WOOD GRAIN 4x8 Sheet thick 4x8 Sheet thick from per sheet LUMBER CO. LTD. Pioneer Lumber Dealer Since Cor. 2nd Ave. ft 1 3th St. Lethbridge Phone 328-3301 ;