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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald- District Pincher Creek Mobile home park spurs hot debate PINCHER CREEK Town council decided this week to hold a special meeting to discuss a proposed mobile home park. This action followed argument against the development from -Garth Hunter training course begins at Sparwood NATAL A hunter training course will begin at Sparwood on Thursday and will be conducted at the elementary school. This year all hunters who want to obtain their first licence must show successful completion of the course. Hunters who have held a licence in the previous year may obtain a new licence without taking the course provided a previous licence can be produced. The course deals with all aspects of also the many aspects of successful and safe enjoyment of the wilderness. The course is also regarded as an attractive undertaking for anyone who enjoys wilderness life. It will be held Tuesdays and Thursdays for a period of five weeks. The sessions are scheduled for the elementary school for two-hour from p.m. to p.m. 20 girls in the running for Fort Macleod queen FORT MACLEOD Twenty girls have been nominated as candidates for the Fort Macleod Centennial Queen Contest. Nominated were Judy Barb Beverly Maureen Peggy Fracy Sherry Bonnie Mary Christel Kim Kim Dee Cindy Barb Brenda Jean Laurie Susan Schwindt and Muriel Yellow Horn. There will be no ticket sales in the contest. The girls will have until June 7 to accept or reject their nominations. Voting day will be June 14 for all residents of the Fort Macleod area. The results will be kept secret until July 1 when the queen and two princesses will be crowned at Canada Day celebrations to be held at the Fort Museum. The winners will be asked to participate in all centennial functions. Cranbrook aldermen give themselves raise CRANBROOK k mayor and aldermen indemnity bylaw has been passed by city council. It increases to the annual indemnity to the retroactive to Jan. 1. It also stipulates an additional indemnity of From Jan. 1 as allowance for incidental expenses of office. Alderman annual indemnity retroactive to Jan. 1 is set at with an additional specifically for incidental expenses involved in filling this office. Staff salaries have also been adjusted appropriately in relation to union contract settlement terms earlier this year for other city employees. County wants end to OFY FOREMOST- William George icFall's motion that the For Youth irogram be abandoned by ederal and provincial minorities has been approved ly the County of Forty-Mile Coun. Russell Scratch Blairmore opposed the motion. Said Coun. move that because of the extreme shortage of labor in most areas of our county that the Opportunities For Youth program be cut out to put the youth on labor where they should Turcotte. He came to council representing 30 home-owners in the area who have formed the Pincher Creek Ratepayers' Association. He said the association is and to the concept of Pauline Janisko's mobile home park. It is to be sited in the north hill area of town. Her land is on the west edge of in line with the last street. It is zoned transitional with a use. Mr. Turcotte says that the zoning bylaw should be interpreted so that a development such as this be advertised so ratepayers can voice an opinion. He said the mobile home court would depreciate property values in the cause traffic congestion and overload services. He asked council if a development permit had been issued but received no answer. Mr. Turcotte said the project should be halted until ratepayers have a chance to express their opinion. Mayor Juan Teran said the legal aspects will be dealt with but the question was not one of but Planned by the Oldrnan River Regional Planning it is surrounded by grassed buffer strips and has a playground within its confines. The town would have some control over the court whereas it has no control over other mobile home courts in town. Mr. Turcotte said an alternative site should be investigated. He said north hill residents would like to see the area saved for single family housing units. This spurred Coun. Ken McGurk to charge that Mr. Turcotte is acting in the interests of the M and M owners of the undeveloped land in the area. New posts for county teachers The Lethbridge County school division has announced appointment of two teachers to school administrative posts. Evan a teacher at the Picture Butte High School was appointed principal of the Noble Central School in Nobleford. Garry a Coalhurst Elementary School was appointed vice-principal of the Dorothy Dalgliesh School in Picture Butte. STREAKERS fert SIGHT Charge Old joke Sign of the times. The streaking craze which started in Ameri- can universities a few months ago seems to have run its course. Which is what this sign seems to be saying or is WINTER GAMES SITES ON VIEW THIS WEEKEND The Southern Alberta Winter Games Society will play host to provincial representatives this weekend for a three-day tour of games facilities and sites of events. The employees of provincial will arrive Thursday to view facilities and attend seminars and question periods. A games official said the duties of the chefs-de- mission during the games will be to ensure all athletes are organized properly and judged fairly during competitions and to act as liaison for visiting athletes. The purpose of their visit is to become acquainted with facilities and to make them familiar with the region.' Senior gov't decisions prompt end to project CRANBROOK The Natal Sparwood urban renewal which saw the coal dust blackened town of Natal erased and a lusty town of Sparwood is now finished as far as the Regional District of East Kootenay is concerned The RDEK administered the project over a seven-year period. It has now withdrawn. Dutch Creek's hoodoos don't interest commission CRANBROOK The Dutch Creek hoodoos 50 miles north of Kimberley apparently don't interest the B.C. Land Commission. Hans owner of Dutch Creek had received Regional District of East Kootenay support earlier on his offer to sell the property to the commission. He wanted a decision by mid-May but the commission hasn't answered his offer. The board of directors of the RDEK has now learned that part of the hoodoos are up for grabs by investment capital. The RDEK earlier recommended purchase of the hoodoos by the parks branch. Mr. Roeck told the RDEK several months ago he had an offer from Walter Becker of Carmel by the but would rather sell the hoodoos to the B.C. government for a park. The following ad appeared in the Vancouver Sun's classified section under Business THE DUTCH Fairmont Hot Springs. Resort development requires Canadian participation to comply with laws. Excellent this is a ground floor opportunity. Write to Walter Carmel by the Sea. RDEK administrator Frank Bertoia told the board Mr. Roeck had told him a week previously that he was prepared to offer the hoodoos as a gift to the province. It has advised the District of the B.C. department of housing and the Centrl Mortgage and Housing Corporation that it has opted out. The decision to withdraw was unanimously supported by RDEK directors. tht job is still not finished. But RDEK directors recently received a letter about the curling rink at Natal. It was to have been razed. But it is against RDEK being used. unilateral decisions by senior prompted the RDEK to opt out. The most recent action was a notice fey the provincial government about one month ago to stop all activity so it could have appraisals of property redone. Updating of appraisals had been done by the urban renewal administration just prior to the order. The curling arena has been a continuous thorn in the side of the project administration. When urban renewal first it was planned to move the rink to Sparwood. But a recreation association thought it could build a new arena. The association arranged to use the old one until the new one was ready. A new rink has not yet been built. The 'Sparwood Curling Club is still asking for despite earlier deadlines being stretched or ignored. Raymond parents invited to Learning Centre meeting Town wants to avoid coal dust BLAIRMORE Mayor Ernie Fantin has suggested to Consolidated Coal Company of Canada superintendent Ron Ziegler that the firm consider trucking coal out of Blairmore for loading at another point. It has also been suggested the company use a spur line at the western end of town rather than one in the centre of town. Mayor Fantin says the town wants to avoid coal dust. town council is being extremely cautious about Consolidated Coal's request that a spur line across Highway 3 west of the Alberta Government Telephones ottice oe opened for use. x It was used formerly by West Canadian Collieries to move its coal to the main CP Rail line which runs parallel to Highway 3 and the main street here. Mayor said that if the company is planning a permanent industry council could a more realistic at giving its permission to open the old crossing. But if plans call for a short-term experimental coal council should not favor the request. The firm has been asked to submit detailed plans to town council. Council learned the company is considering a plan to move about tons of coal per month. This would be for a six-month period. The coal would be moved from its Grassy Mountain strip about 10 miles north of to an eastern market. The company also requested information on provision of utility services by the town and subdivisions planned by the town. Information on lots available and a complete study of the town's Alberta Housing Corporation surveys were provided to Consolidated Coal Company of Canada. A meeting of parents involved in the Raymond Learning Centre will be held Thursday at 8 p.m. in the elementary school gymnasium. There will be a discussion of I Distriet I I calendar The Crowsnest Pass Consolidated High School Band Booster Club invites parents and interested citizens to a meeting at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the amphitheatre of the high school The Blairmore Lions Club is the sponsor of a professional wrestling match to be held in the Crowsnest Pass Consolidated High School gymnasium at 7 p.m. June 9... The Enchant Ladies Community Association will hold a strawberry tea June 12 The Carseland Springfest will be held at 9 p.m. June at the Carseland Community Hall with Eddie Tremblay and the Country Sounds supplying the music the constitution proposed for the organization operating the centre. At least 75 per cent of the parents involved must attend for a vote to be taken on the constitution. Duties of the representative to the local advisory committee will be outlined and Jill Watson of the newly hired will be introduced. She has a bachelor of education in early childhood education and has worked for three years at the Dorothy Gooder School in Lethbridge. New officers COLEMAN Coleman Catholic Women's League officers were installed by Rev. Tim Connolly and Rev. Pat Doran during a recent mass in the Holy Ghost Roman Catholic Church. New officers Minnie first vice Mrs. H. second vice Violet third vice Veronica S. and Mrs. H. Pickering. Crowsnest Pass Bureau VERNON M2-2149 GO WESTERN to the Vauxhall June 1st We are pleased to donate to the Vauxhall Rodeo Atsoc. for We carry the stock of Western Wear in Southern Alberta. Just new shipment of Men's and Ladies'. WESTERN STRAW HATS by Barley and American Hal WESTERN SUITS and SPORTS JACKETS by Prince Clothing and Society Brand WESTERN BOOTS for ladies and children by T6ny Justin. Cowtown. and Texas Brand WESTERN SHIRTS by Tem Tex and Miller Match up sets for father and son or the whole family JEANS by the THOUSANDS By Levis. and American Wrangler Visit' our Tac a complete line of Saddles and Riding Equipment. WESTERN ffEU 308 5th Street S. Phone 326-4726 Chargtx Master Charge ENROLL NOW for lessons to start in September i_ii. _ We will offer you an DihH YOU MAY ENROLL FOR AN ACCORDION a GUITAR nr a DRUM DO IT NOW... The regular value for the 8 week package is BUT AS AN EARLY BIRD SPECIAL NOW ONLY CALL PRUEGGER'S MUSIC LTD. 530-5th Street South Phone 329-3151 ;