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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wedntnior, February 24, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Thirty garbage sites wanted by RDEK CRANBROOK (Special) -jwill poUute ground water or Difficulties of locating s u rf ace water, difficult in able garbage sites conforming Rocky Mountain Trench andj ivith RDEK sanitation regula- tions and acceptable to its own valley topography. So far single approved appli- area continue to perplex the j cation is near Tie Lake for Regional District of East Koot-1 landfill but nearby Jaffray pro- enay board. Its letters patent cover re- sponsibility for its six electoral areas. About 30 sites are required from Spillimachene to Moyie and Elkford to Flathead, about 200 north south miles and width of about 120 miles. Provincial standards forbid sites located where drainage Cancelled COALHURST (HNS) The weekly meeting of 1st Coal- hurst Cubs and Scouts has been cancelled for this Wednesday only. In place St. John Am- bulance will give a First Aid course Feb. 27 from 4 to 6 at the Legion Hall. All Cubs and Scouts are asked to attend. More district pages 31, 32 and page 38 perty owner protests are de- laying its development. The single one in operation is for Elkford at the head of the Upper Elk Valley, without RDEK approval or even appli- cation, on authority of the B.C. Forest Service. Elkford is reportedly contem- plating village status, thus leaving electoral area status. Regional Planner Alfred Mil- ler reports RDEK application for approval of five sites suit- able under RDEK regulations in the area of Canal Flat-Bris- co. Ground ditch and landfill areas not draining into ground or surface water appears logi- cal location for these sites, but formal protests of residents in their vicinity make securing approval difficult. The city of Cranbrook, whose substantial acreage dis- posal ground was north of 2nd St. at 25th Ave. and aban- doned two years ago, has been successfully landfilled and will be a park development within a few years. Vornbrocks tops in fishing; Lloyd Dunk wins top trophy MILK RIVER (HNSi AI Junior boys' trow: 12 Ibs. 8> Mule Paul capacity crowd attended the! ols.) G. Provo Wollcrshtim. Southern Alberta Outdoors-, predator: John Grit-' men's third annual banquet and filh P.ieasam: King. Andv Jumor predator: Ken Lippa. Barrows Memorial Antelope: Lloyd Dunk.; Trophy, awarded to the best Whitetail entry in the big game lianT King. class, wont to Lloyd Dunk. Margaret Lunn Photo YOUNG AT HEART-A grand aggregate of 294 years by four local curlers was seen participating in the Farmers' Bonspiel at Pincher Creek, left to right are Corbett Lynch-Staunton, 73, second, Bill Simpson, 73, third, Henry Herskind, 67, skip, and Cliff Slater, 81, lead. They provided stiff competition, placing third in the fourth event. Cranbrook will study school district merger Russell of Waterton spoke on the t h r e a t to wildlife from snowreobiling in remote areas. President Lyle Pittman sum- marized a successful year and spoke of an eventful agenda planned for the new executive. Master of ceremonies for the evening was past president Robert Hulit. The followins trophies were awarded: Rotary dinner dance set RAYMOND (HNS) Feb. 27 j A floor show precedes the is the night for the annual Ro-: evening of dancing. Southern tary Dinner Dance. This event has become (lie highlight of the social season Men's pike: (5 Ibs. 9 A full course prime Al- CRANBROOK (I p e c i a five school districts into one. Former provincial superinten- The five separate districts ui Vine- In- dent of education, F. P. Levirs, has accepted the request of the East Kcotenay Branch of the B.C. School Trustees Associa- tion to serve as liaison in fea- sibility of amalgamating their -Geoff Tagg Photo TOP ATHLETES AT FOREMOST Pincher Creek Summer Games winners at Fore- most recently received awards at the Foremost Chamber of Commerce banquet. Back row from left: Frances Karl, Roxy Wallman, Rocky Burton and Roberta Klassen. Front left to Debbie Nelson, Marcelle Kultgen, Scott Heck and Tim Karl. each has its own board and lo- cally 'jstablished school mill depending on industrial assessment in its own limits. In 1970 these ranged from Creston Kaslo 39.29 through Cranbrook's 37.82, Lake Win- dermere 35.75, Fernie 33.2S and Kimberley 33.07 mills. Area pu- pils number about but lo- cal finance determine quality of service which varies through five dist'icts. Mr. Levirs will start his in- depth study March 7 when he arrives for two weeks, probably indirect sessior. with each board. This could be the basis of his initial brief on the existing situation of compara- tive services and costs. Basic provincial school rate applying through the province on all districts is not establish- ed until April 1, wher each dis- trict then can determine from its own budget the money available for its local school services. Mr. Levirs' service of discus- sion, report and recommenda- tion at intervals will continue until some decision is reached among the five boards. Major alternatives could be how continuing existing boards could- co-operate toward East Kootenay wide standard of need. quality and finance level, or how sc large an amalgamated district 200 miles square could operate efficiently in all five districts. If the school districts amal- gamated, a single local school mill rate would apply alike in city and rural property within its bounds, and a single board would determine policies. At present each is separate from the other four, except that su- perintendencies cover Cran- brook-Fernie, P. B. Pullinger, Kimberley Windermere, Art Rutledge, and Creston Kaslo, F. T. Middleion. Also to be considered in any amalgamation would be merg- ing of the five school districts into a single entity for capiial expenditures as required. This has been done essentially al- ready in East Kootenay Re- gional Hospital District, though its wesJ limit is Moyie and it doss not include Creston-Kasb. Under Regional Hospital capital projects procedure the entire region votes on expendi- tures through the entire region, which are liquidated by the en- tire region in hospital mill rate. Priorities of hospital projects are established by professional but disinterested board deci- sions on the basis of proven Richard Vornbrock. Ladies' pike: (6 Ibs. 2 ozs.) Wilma Vornbrock. Junior pike: (3 Ibs. 1 ozs.) Rick Vornbrock. Men's trout: (3 Ibs. 7 ozs.) I Sid Saga. Ladies' trout: (5 Ibs. 9'.2 ozs.) Shirley Orr. Junior girls' trout: (2 Ihs. 8 berta beef dinner is served. Annual meeting COALHURST (HNS) There will be an annual meet-! ing of the Coalhurst school i Alberta talent will be featured. Music for the dance will be played by the Kings Canadians. The LDS Culture Centre will have special decorations follow- ing the Rotary club theme for the year "bridging the gap be- tween youth and adults." HOST DAUGHTER IRON SPRINGS (HNS) ozs.) Dawn Mellafont. board Feb. 24 at 8 p.m. at the j Mr and Mrs. H. M. Haney Coalhurst High School auditor- have had as their guest during ium. Everyone is invited to at-1 the past week their daughter, I tend. Mrs. Ji. B. Godwin of Regina. PERFECT SEASON FOR NOBLEFORD 'ROAD RUNNERS' Noble Central Junior Girls' basketball team completed the season with 18 wins and not one loss. They whipped the Calgary Community All-Stars 32-18, won the Lethbridge County 26 north and south areas championship and sent Wilson and Paterson teams of fethbridge down to bitter defeat in another tourney. Back row, from left: coach Hans Lisowicz, Jane Steenbergen, Janey Van Esveld, Barbara Stewart, Penny Erickson, and Shelly Konynenbelt. Front row, left 1o right: Cathy Jankunis, Mona-Rae Stoller, Shirley Sjogren, Carolyn Phillips, Wilma Baker, Cheryl Sanderson and Carolyn Sjogren. Paul Nedza Photo BY POPULAR DEMAND! REPEAT OF A SELLOUT! PROMOTION 9 A.M. TO 9 PJW. ONE DAY ONLY-THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25 (TOMORROW) 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. Here's another tremendous opportunity for the budget-minded mothers of Lethbridge and South Alberta to clothe the family at Fantastic Savings! Don't miss this great Savings LOOK WHAT 25' WILL BUY COMPLETE STOCK OF: Ladies' and Girls' Panty Hose, each 25c Baby Coveralls, each ..........25c Kiddies' Running Shoes, pair 25c Kiddies' Sandals, pair 25c Men's Caps and Fur Hats, each 25c Men's and Boys' Colored T Shirts, each 25c Kiddies' Slippers, pair.......... 25c Dickies for Entire Family, each 25c Men's Combination Underwear, each 25c Men's and Boys' Shorts and T Shirts, all colors, each 25c LOOK WHAT 50' WILL BUY COMPLETE STOCK OF: Girls' Baby Doll Pyjamas, each 50c Ladies' and Girls' Sling Back Shoes, all leather, pair SOc Ladies' Sandals, pair SOc ladies' Running Shoes, pair SOc Ladies' and Girls' Wronger Hot Pants, pair SOc Men's Gabardine Work Hats, each SOc Kiddies' Sport Shirts and T Shirts, long or short sleeve, some flannelette, sizes 3 to 6x, each SOc Ladies' Corduroy Slippers. Made in Can- ada, pair SOc Girls' Denim Jackets. Canadian Made, each........................ SOc Girls' Skirts and Blouse Sets SOc Ladies' anti Giili' Full Slips and Brassieres, each SOc family LOOK WHAT WILL 1 BUY COMPLETE STOCK OF: Boys' Sizes 8 to 18 Kiddies' Sizes 3 to 6x Girls' Sizes 7 1o 14 Jeans and Slacks including Brand Name Wrangler and Top Gun. Pair........... Boys' Cowboy Boots, pair Boys' and Girls' Nylon Shell Jackets, each Ladies' Bonanza Shoes. Sizes 5-10. (All leather) Canadian Made, pair Ladies' Tee Kay Runners. Sizes 5-10, pair Boys'Sport Shirts, long or Short Sleeve, each Men's and Boys' Toughie Sweat Shirts and T Shirts, (Some each Ladies' Snow Boots, Deep Pile Lined, Leather or Vinyl, pair Kiddies' Rain Boots, Sizes 6 to 3, pair Men's 4 Buckle Overshoes, Red and Grey Sole, pair Men's and ladies' Dress or Casual Spring and Summer Jackets Men's Sport Shirts, Long or Short Sleeve, each Boys' and Girls' All Leather Shoes Canadian Made, pair Ladies' Wrangler Scrub Denim Jeans, pair Boys' and Girls' Dress or Casual Spring or Summer Jackets, Kiddies' 3 Eyelet Thermal Boots, pair ladies' Wrangler Flare Jeans, pair ladies' Rain Boots, pair Kiddies' Quilted Snowmobile Pants, poir Girls' Plaid Flare Slacks. Sizes 3 to 6x, pair Men's and Boys' Wool Shirts and Jack- ets, each LOOK WHAT WILL 4 BUY COMPLETE STOCK OF: Men's Western Cut Pants by Wrangler. Made in U.S.A. Pair Canadian Made ladies' Tee Kay Maria Claire Leather Shoes. Pair Boys' and Girls' Brand Name Brave All leather. Pair......... 28 to 40. Ladies'-Sizes 8 to 16. Jeans and Slacks Brand Wrangler and Top Gun. Pair Men't Rubber Boots. Pair Men's Leather Dress and Casual Shoes, by Tee Kay and Mocaby, pair Men's Western Cut Casual Jackets, each Men's Work Rain Coats and Jackets. Each Men's Nylon Quilted Jackets, each Men's Nylon Quilted Pants. Pair LOOK WHAT WILL BUY COMPLETE STOCK OF: Boys' Showerproof Top Coats. Zip-out lining.............. Men's Garage Work Oxfords. Pair Men's, Boys' and Ladies' Sweaters Ladies' and Girls' Winter Long Dress Coats Car Coats and Jackets, Your Choice, each Boys' Winter Jackets. Sizes 8 to 18. Each Kiddies' Winter Jackets. Sizes 3 to 6x. Each Western Shirts. Each Boys' All Wool Sport Jackets. Each...................... LOOK WHAT .00 BUY S3 S3 S3 Dress S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 ALL SALES ARE FINAL NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES COMPLETE STOCK OF: Men's High Top Work Boots. 6" or Pair............. 40V Men's Top Coats. Zip-out Liners and Wools. Each Men's Winter Jackets. Sizes 36 to 46. Each......... Complete Stock Boys' Dress Suits. Each...................... Don't miss ihe biggest 1 day sale in leth- bridge's history. Unbeatable values! Get here somehow and got here fast! Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thurs., Feb. 25th only. 55 55 55 UNADVERTISED SPECIALS! HUNDREDS OF SHEL OPPOSITE GALT GARDENS ON 3rd AVE. S. NEXT DOOR TO BANK OF MONTREAL ;