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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta VET H BRIDGE HESA'.O Friday, December 25, 1972 COUNCILLORS WILL SEEK CHANGES 'Formula unfair to county' i The County of is i short-changed under the cur- 1 ren; provincial municipal have pipelines and other high tax revenue producing items, Ixthbridge county ar.ce grant formula! County j getting more money, said Mr.; per-cap_ifa grant anage'r Bob Madill charged Mauill. -v County council appointed Mr. Madill two council mem- bers to a committee to draft and, density of population by the per-capita assessment, ar.d need a.s rneasu-ed by the equalizer) by i density of said par township. should be ''Essentially each is a presentation to the Albc-rta As- sociation of Municipal Districts Buyer HELP KOREAN CHlLDREN-Mrs. Nick Herbsi's As- s'jrrpticn Sc'r.eci 3H ciciss to work and raised 525 for The Helena Hand fund. It's a big jump ahead (a coc! for the Unitcriai Service Committee or Canada. Thsy also made up a big box of Christmas cards with messages like "Step the war, Jesus, because pscp'e reed food, and and "Dear KoTean children, to know thcf I care and I went to share, have a very Christmas." Representing In? class, frcm left, Susan Csaszar, Rosaiyn Del Volte, Lynn Siuscr, Bessy ar.d Sc'r.amber, all aged 6 to 3. Thirsday. The county is a relatively large, thinly populated area with a high tax assessment val- ue, he said. Tneie factors cut down the aruount of the coun- ty's provincial grant. Compared with districts that Snowmobile law approved Snowmobiles may run on, Isnd rear roads in the County i of Letbbridge. according to a county council decision Thtrs- I j tion Lawver Gerry Offet will he j with current g-ant and invited by Pre- to lo to propose 'he ability-to-pay a; msa.sured i AA1IDC correspondence. ion oi .Municipal and Counties about the inequit- able grant formula. The AA.MDC, in a letter to i c o u n c i 1, invited submission, i agent and a seller failed Thurs- which it raid will be forwarded day to get hi-s taxes reduced, to the provincial cabinet. i Appealing a SSB Vffi tax bill i Major changes to municipal-! to the Lethbrirjge county coun- provincial finances are schc-d-1 c'L John rnompson declared u'ed for of got caught between a good real the legislature which, starts a fanr- Ffcb. 15 cr I got AAMDC letter said that Mr. Thompson said when he I in a meeting Dec. 12 with cabi-1 purchased a nonv: and 24.85 net, the municipal associa-: acres of land near SUnmg, expressed j southeast of Lethbndge, he was told taxes would only be 'may- fgot taken' bylaw permit- j ture Brian, Brenda and Sfeiing season struggles for fife; TFest Castle cbsed this iveekend ESried to draft tir.a snowmobiles everywhere j mier in "the county eicept on high- j changes ways, secondary roads or com- munity streets. A new provir.cial law, the Off- highway Vehicle Act, prohibits I snowmobiles except in special areas designated by municipal authorities. Dick Papworth said the bylaw is intended to gran access to snowmobiles across A roan who clairr-.f.d bfr'd i who apparently didn't pass it of about the sarmj footage "but with frl! the citv convoniences" for itl.Wi. He said the Stirling property cost about Council sympathised, but dis- agreed the property taxes were too high. The Municipal Assistance Act He purchased the property more than a year ago but to a bookkeeping omisiioa, his IT-iese can be unconditional grants spent by municipal I a j councils for any purpose within COUMtV L L'l their jurisdiction. J shorter day miles southeast of Pinche-.- f ar.d rain had destroyed vpll be dosed Christmas I packed sr.ow base used The te -cept in lts Banff Ski areas only i depth of the packed base West CaSle spokesman Sunshine Villaae Resort reports i cot available, 22 tn'.d The Herald warm weather Years holiday. Ski resor By l.ARRY BENNETT "Herald Staff Writer All facilities ar.d lifts open for the Christmas Education department to change in January Tre reorganization of the de- j secondary i artmect of advarced eriuca-, sty affairs tion is e'-cpectel to te rinaiized technical In late Jar.uary. The matter is on the agenda for the cabinet rr.fcetir-? of Jan. ar.d al- ready have received a copy of the draft ot the reorgan- ization. bv the 5 deriisior. 'to abolish the Al'rxirta CoUeSM or: Ifarch 3! education univer- affairs vocational the on the ground Thursday last ar.d it was still snowing. Total snow accumulation and the was Sunshine Village Resort repoi g'Ood'' ski cor-ditions on a 15-inch to 4Jl-inch packed-snow base with about fcr.jr inches of. r.ew reported Thursday, i Ski resort at Jasper Sun s h i n e district Manager reported fair slriing Cliff White said there were still a few rooms available in the m-dn lodae. All lifts, the ski shop, ar.d main lodge will be in operation during the Christmas ar.d New Yesrs holidays, he inception in this appropriation from the prov- seid criers would nave to _.._._ muniapauties has transport them in mgriway ve- j ,227 milllori said the hides to destinations out in the I urfer the pro- Grants are allotted on a for- ewjntv bylaw, may now mula based or, tn-ee factors. travel fa ditches alongside high- j population; per-capita assessment; Cowrt action threatened igainst bylaw violators number of examples where the bylaw Ls hsir.g violated, includ- Co'jrt action was trjeatened They v.ill be total of three assis'-ar.t deputy ministers or.e ir, charge of ore for studer.t ser- vices and orx: for ariir.iristra- tive matters,'jdins fLr.arxe. However, thfif'e i; a possi- biiity aitefed slightly before it is fir-- aKy approved. r yjr of the dt- Norquay reported only fair to good ski condition with 5 skiff r.f new sr.ow weather cor.ditions Tnurs- with an eight-inch packed ar.d one inch of snow. All facilities an) lift-, will be .___ running d'jring tte Cnristmas rr.ursday against a number of and New Years holidays. Skiers plannins to ski resorts in a natraial park are reminded cars be equip- with sr.c-w tires or chairs before travelling on any area access rosd. of about rdr.e per -for 12 machine oyc.'ators, la-' borers, mechanics ar.d welders.! Reeve Dick Papworth said the agreement for one-year startirig Jan. 1 with the Cana- dian Union of Public Employ- ees has only to formally signed by both parties. It provides rwjghly tte same pay over categories, but for one hour less work pec day, Jan. 9 A meeting is sched- uled for Jan. 9 at which the til v.i'I review its development control bylaw. CurrtrA zofred for resldor-tial de-.'elopments of less in a: rf-ider.'' of the County of Leth- ing a trailer west of Coaldaie bridge who have built too dose ar.d two farm water porxls. to the hi'hwav County council instructed Mr. cwjcty bylaw forbids bjild- j Wingfield to warn violators that inzs or anv other facilities with-1 they have broken to law. Ii m'l'5 feet of the middle of a nothing Ls done by tne nezt coirty road. [council mteUng Jan. IB, Development Control Officer i cilior Mira Tranasa saio we Grants to m wcrth tl 1M by are: for were approved the of >e in the form of S'J'inse Ranch at the re- Tr.e public will be given an to corrjrrjent on charges he said. A public hearing would be called. hil-i-, county council tabled, until after the by-avr has been a about 20 lots ear. of from agri- cnj'.fjral to rcsideritial USC. Tr.e review is expected to be corseted by the erjj of Jan- The 'oe partment has tjeen ready to roll by tha: time. i during a series of meetings o-.-er It Ls expected to a chair- j the past eeveral mortrs in-rtlv-. The total accu-mulated srjrr on the top of the was 24 At the base snow depth before pecking was All facilities snd lifts will lye for both the Crjrist- mas ar.d -Vew Years holidays. man appointed to heai each of I ing about 60 educaws arxi gov- the major divisiors of rxfit-1 erarfjent officiate.___________ ALBERTA LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD NOTICE HOLIDAY STORE HOURS All will be Mcndoy, December 25th, ar.d, December 1972, ct well as Monday, 1st, 1973, end will re-open 114 hourJ later than usual on Tuesday, 2nd, 1973. (Thii ii by Ih3 Alberta tiq'jor Ccntrot DI a Public Service Lake reported poor to good ski "depending or, yw skied." There was four inches of new- Resident ivarns A Shau ghrjessy resident has warrjid he'll sue i f the rnain street isn't repaired in ham- let rxyrth of lleihhrioge. fn a letter lo Letrjbrldge r.'i-irf.j council, Jellesig corrjplair.ed water gathered in in the main be advi-ed that from i-ir. off a.-.d 1 arri g'jr.g to' the of rerapon- At lesst or.e eastern British Colijmbia ski resort be open for tha holidays. North Star Mountain ski area at was open Tn'jrs- half of where were fair to good with a total accumulation of 27 inches of sr.ow at the of the mour.tain. Emile area manager told The Herald all lifts were operating, but they were being loaded mid-way up the slopes. He rated skiing on the lower slopes as poor. i w cnrr'eE- "Tne North Bowl area of the I urAt, mountain excellent for ski-j of one man, ing, but it will be open un- j Batbgate. til'the weAerd. We are trying to save SOTM of the good corjditiora for the weekend ski- said. All Ufti facilities will for the ar.d Years' ar.d a rvpe- da! New Years will at res'7-t lodge style are still avciiftble. >ro informatior: was avail- Intelligence unit o 3S crime tarced, S213, Salvation Anriy, T !2W, Cancer Society, Ca- GOO'S radian Cental Health Associa- Canadian for the Elir.d. Toi He-aid btr- ft 1611 for Korea fund, fsrrn for upkeip of t'o o-ther cerr.e'XTies Coaldale j-ejtel of Colik-Austral- ci-oss pups pic- Hers Id Tuesday d homes in Trf- criminal unit! has no Mafia organization MW, to the City i but the "province must brace ITllllHS Police has, rlnce its inceptiori itself for attempts ta move last Aaril; helped solve ateut i he 5aid. "Well known personalities in County o eriminal he ce of the prirr.e invjrms'ior. on organized wr.ic-b S-Jt. BaUigate de- as any which in crirn H. E. Fletcher in a litter to i the county in response to publicity in CX-tober that the county was short of: larger premises. action was taker, on the Invitaiion. QUALITY DENTURE] CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Cerl'f De-1at Mecl.o-ie Cop'lol E'lJg. PHONE 322-7684 I to CIA as do the Cal- arx! police or 'f'1. vr. of the RCMP. NOTICE City of Lethbridge RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL GARBAGE COLLECTIONS W-Vliri: December 24th to 3CHri Collections from Dec. 27th to 30th, 1972. (Dec. 25th, 26th Front Pickups on Dec. December 31st to January 6th, 1973. Collections from inn. 2nd to 6th, 1972. (Jan. 1st Front Pickups on January collftotion poir.ts ir> odvrjrc'i ccilecCor, ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT a ern- pVjy.? aid ir. his rninal lo the I'.C'IP corn- STERN'S CUT-RATE FURNITURE 3rd Street S. Phone 327-3024 whether is wastwi ori any charges in parts of the aryi v.-rtat his rrif of i-s.. ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Fri., 7-9 p.m. 1906 Lakeside Road (2 doori H. of VrWcc's Main Entrance) PARADE HOMES LTD. Phone 322-3535 SJ Presents -g A Christmas Pantomime OLD WOMAN JN THE SHOE" I rEATHEr-'vTONE lit IDA JOHJIiO.'l mf. I? 5? W MURIEL JOLMFFE YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Dec. 26. 27, 28, 29 at p.m. Matinee Dec. 26th 2.30 p.m. Ticked 'til UISTER'S Adults 52.00 All StudenU tickvls J still available, fH Tyb'tn for thf; ptf- CM timtaays of the Christmas i Old ir, The vJ Ivy.T; 8 !ft {'.'K for KK other pw still jj'ij 7V, All'-wl Arts Courxal d'jr.-tiw. Day with j at trrt Memorial Oj'i'JC. acitinuca with cvraiin? _f5 j Frirlay. i.i writer, di- fe mtJA -atA hy Muriel Joliffe stars Frank Jotaton AND PALM DAIRIES would like to announce that there be NO HOME MILK DELIVERIES MON.7 DEC. 25 and TUES., DEC. 26 THERE WILL BE HOME DELIVERIES DEC. 27 ;