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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Elk River zoning bylaw held up for public hearing Garth Harris CHANBKOOK The controversial Elk Kiver Valley zoning bylaw of the Re- gional District of East Koot- enay, awaiting only ordcr-in- council for enactment, has been delayed. December meeting of the HDEK board decided to have a public hearing for an added clause permitting development area in non-urban zone under certain conditions. The 3li-mile north-south vai- lejr in Electoral A area from Fording River, Cominco CPU coal development site to Spar- wood Municipal District bound- ary at Wilson Creek was limit- ed by the bylaw to two urban areas, one at the Sparwood end and the second 25 miles north at Boivan Creek. Otherwise it established residential subdivi- sion of minimum 80 acres, and residential single parcels of five acres. The 70 to iJO land owners, mostly isolated ranchers who foresaw profitable sale of small parcels for the anticipated pop- ulation influx, organized to pro- test this restriction on author- ity over their property. The additional bylaw clause will be given public hearing probably at Sparwood with date riot yet established. It would allow direct application lo the board for development area in non-urban zone with de- tailed outline of the applicant's plan for its use, which the board would adjudicate on its own merits. In the meantime the board has considered an application on behalf of Sulphur' Springs Land and Development Com pany for a permit to build a mobile home park with 40-unit motel ami recreation building at an estimated 000 to cost 22 miles north of Wilson Creek by its agent Irving Johnson. The plan had been under preparation since mid-1968 Mr. Johnson reported at the No- vember meeting, and was told that until the Elk River Zoning ijylaw is eiutctou thiii'o could be no objection providing his plans conformed with other RDEK building and develop- ment bylaws. The application was consid- ered at tire December meeting Saturday and was approved as conforming with enacted re- quired standards. The location is adjacent to, but does not in- clude a sulphur hot spring. position Monday, Dotombor 28, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD _ 3 Mr., Mrs. G. Rider Davis honored FORT MACLEOD (Special) Homage was accorded G. Rider Davis staff and stu- dents of tile cIciiK'nlary school I Mrs. S. P.'Jtcrscn presented Mrs. Davis with a corsage. Mi-. D'Andrea, on behalf of altended school in Hie old fire hall here in '95 and (his is different." C. C. Colpman elected by Red Cross PINCHER CREEK (Special) annual meeting of the Pincher Creek and Dis t, r i c t CARDSTON Child health clinics are held on the Blood Indian Reserve as follows: STANDOFF SCHOOL: First Monday of every month, to p.m. LONG TIIUU SQUIRREL HOME: .Second Tuesday of every month, to p.m. LA VERNE SCHOOL: Third Thursday of every month, to p.m. MIKE IIEALY HOME: Last Monday of every month, to p.m. CARDSTON HEALTH CEN- TRE: Tuesdays and Thursdays, to p.m. The public health nurse will be present at well baby clinics at Blood Indian out-patient de- partment on Monday and Fri- day mornings from 10 a.m. to 12 noon to give immunization to those who require it. It is important to have every child immunized to ensure their safety against the communica- ble diseases. Diphtheria, small- pox, whooping cough, polio, tet- anus and measles are the dreaded diseases of childhood and these can be prevented by adequate immunization. Branch of the Canadian R e d i room supplies had been loaned Cross Society was held recent- j out through the year. ly in the Red Cross room in the officers and committees for town hall. Tom Telford reported a very successful campaign netted 463. A total of 521 donations of blood were coll e c t e d at two blood donor clinics sponsored by the Alberta Association of Reg- islered Nurses under the lead- ership of Mrs. M. R. Hodgson The water safety committee had 407 registered; 312 were ex amined; and 262 completed the courses. C. C. Colpman reported sick Blood girls practise basketball CARDSTON Edwin Wells and Phillip Mistaken Chief have spearheaded formation of a girls' basketball team on the Blood Indian Reserve. About 15 girls arc practising every Tuesday and Thursday at the Senator Gladstone Hall. MIDNIGHT MASSES CARDSTON Midnight mass wifl be said at 12 mid- night Dec. 24 in St. Paul's Church, Cardston; Immaculate Conception, Moses Lake; St. Catherines, St. Mary's School. HOUSE BURNS STANDOFF Gordon Spear Chief of the Blood Indian Re- serve lost his house to fire re- cently. the coming year arc: C. C. Colp- man, president; Mrs. R. E. Grower, vice president; Mrs. Mary Crook, treasurer; Mrs. J. W. Crawf o r d, women's work; Tom Telfcrd, campaign chair- man; bloocl donor clinic, AARN; C. C. Colpman, disaster and sick room loan service; and J. W. Crawford, auditor. TAKER (IINS) His retire- ment as a councillor of the MD of Tuber and as chairman of Tabcr Foundation (deal-view Lodge) was announced by Garth M. Harris. In a prepared statement, Mr. Harris said: "I would like lo fake this op- portunity io thank the residents of the MD of Taher, and espe- cially those in Division No. 4, for the privilege of serving them for the past years. "I enjoyed working on the council and with council mem- bers for the good of the rural community. I served to (he best of my ability as a councillor. "Recently I was taken into court on a point of residency, and was subsequently ruled in- eligible to sit as a councillor. As soon as the court order is prepared, signed by the judge, and served on myself and the j MD my scat will be declared vacant. I "It is my opinion this situa- lion came about as the resi of a decision of the board of c rectors of the Clearview of which I have been a mei her for four years and chai man for the past two. Tl board's decision to request tl resignation of Susan and Ber ard Wicbe brought a great As of criticism against the boar and being chairman it was a levied against me. Being co No progress in zone bargaining CLA.RESHOLM (HNS) Willow Creek school division trustees heard Gerald Loree ol Parkland, chairman of the sal- ary negotiating committee, say there had been "very little pro- gress" to date in the area ol zone bargaining. He reported on a recenl meeting of the Alberta School Trustees Association at Leth- To serve liquor CLARESHOLM (HNS) The Claresholm Volunteer Fire Department will hold its nual ball in the Willow Creek Composite High School audi- torium Feb. 12 with permission :o serve liquor. They must pro- vide their own liability insur- ance. RETURNS HOME NOBLEFORD (HNS) eorge Pitts has returned iome after being a patient in [he Lethbridge Municipal Hos- )ital for some time. bridge ani outlines some of ti problems that might come ou of salary bargaining this year WHIST PARTY MONARCH (Special) whist party was held in th Monarch auditorium with four tables in play. Winners: Mrs Margaret Roberts, Mrs. Sjoi gren, Mrs. Ethel Beveridge George, Frank Millwar and Harry Gordon. Next parly, Jan. 11. WHITE GIFTS NOBLEFORD (HNS) The United Church Sunda S'chool program and White Git Service was held and the chL' dren received their candy bag after the service. MALAYSIA HOST KUALA LUMPUR (Renter: Malaysia is to be host at the 17th Commonwealth parliamen- ary conference here in Septem- jer next year. Get a taste of the good times with Old Vienna Canada's best tasting lager beer BREWED RIGHT HERE IN AlBERTA. O'KEEFE BREWING COMPANY LIMITED pled with oilier prejudices, the criticism was magnified out of all reasonable proportion.' "If pccple want lo live their lives with hate, that is fine with me. 1 fosl life is too short to go a r o ti n (1 hating anyone. The easiest thing in the world is to the other person's actions 1 would make !he same decision again and stand by it. heraiisc it was Iho right decision. The right thing many times is not the popular thijig to do. "Few p e o p I ft ever stop to realize a decision of a board of directors is not a decision solely of the chairman but a decision of all board members. "I have no regrets and no hard feelings toward which boars his name "present- i staff aml students, gave Mr. Mr. Davis speaking infer- ed their first annual concert Davls ;1 g1'1' 'bllllt aml mam'- mally said, "This is a wonder- Ihc presentation I f-'elurcd m the G. Kider Davis occasion. This official parlv rs. Davis, and en- i lhc .vrar follr. flve is an horor. It is something to cuts of the mem-1 slx alld sec li o w well the pupils pcr- Wilnessing lo Mr. and Mrs joying the talci bcrs of the school were their son's wife, two granddaughters, board members, stu- dents' parents, grandparents and friends. Also in attendance were m e m b e r s of Pioneer Lodge who were special guests j slaif. The gift was a Christmas card containing a picture of (lie school and was autographed pupils per- form. A lot of 'cars. pain, lime and trouble' on the part of both 'cachcrs and students have of the students. Mike D'Andrea, principal, with student signatures and j gone inlo this." the 22 staff names. Also pro- j Mrs. Davib selllj. sent.ed was a picture of the 0[ taught in the oki brick school years ago and felt nostalgia and a deep sense of apprecia- tion. Mr. Davis said: "I assure you it is an honor to have a Student exchange plan endorsed GETS BUILDING CLARESHOLM V'illow Creek school division :rustees voted to turn the school building known over lo Henry Sharpies on whose land it is located at no charge. CLARESHOLM (HNS) Willow Creek school division trustees have passed a motion, introduced by trustee Howard. Huddle, to endorse a student exchange program for the divi- sion. The proposed student ex- change would take place in the summer holidays and would the j be comprised of 10 Iioys and II girls with a chape-rone, to visit some other part of Canada. Students from that province The school has not been used j would come here, for a number of years. 1 The students' union of the Willow Creek Composite High School is trying to organize the exchange. Government money is said lo be available to help with the ccsts. The students would be billet- ed in private homes, go on field trips and study local culture. Mr. Huddle reported shop fa- cilities at the Claresholm Ju- nior High School arc over- ing cne wall to lite building the area could be nelarged by about another quarter as the area alradv had a roof and Ihree walls. The building com- mittee will study the matter in January. The school division lias de- cided lo seek legal advice on what action to take with re- spect to the boilers al (he new high school at Fort MacLeod. The boiler tubes have had lo be replaced and plu bers re- flrl there was still a problem with leaking. The fcc'eral government is offering financial help for teaching French in the schools, it was reported. 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