Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
Blairmore council gets new recreation budget THt LETHMMDOE HMALD 11 BLAIRMORE Recreation direc- tor Bonnie Ully has presented Blairmore council with the 1974 recreation budget of of which amount Blairmore's share is The balance of the requisi- tion is' paid by Improvement District No. 5 and the Village of Frank and provincial government. assistance grants. Council deferred deci- sion on the budget until a future meeting. Ully advised council that an application has been made for a grant under the Local Incentives Program to operate the Blairmore Ski Hill. Underbrush that has grown during the summer has been cut on the hill and the motors for the hand rope tows are being overhauled. The recreation stated Mrs. has organiz- ed various programs for the season including slim and trim fun a teen bad- and knit and crochet classes. CABLES John Saunders and Douglas Carlysle of Alberta Govern- ment .Telephones were pre- sent and outlined the program being planned and undertaken by ACT to bury the phone cables. Council advised the men that a number of complaints have been registered regarding the condition the alleys were being left in where the cables are being buried. Council were assured these matters would be attended. Blairmore will support a brief regarding the proposed location of a Calgary Power high tension line through the Club room opened Charles Drain MLA and Mayor Ernie Fantin of Blairmore cut the ribbon to officially open the Blairmore Senior Citizens Drop-in Nov. 9. More than 200 visitors from the Crowsnest Pass district attended. Chairman of the event was Arthur Decoux who introduced speakers Drain and Fantin. Both men com- mended the senior citizens group for the fine work they had done redecorating and remodelling the former Blairmore Community Library building into what Mr. Drain new Hitchenflid Portable Dishwashers buy one It tonight KITCHENAID TOP-LOADING PORTABLES The dishwasher for small or narrow kitchens because it opens not out. Takes a minimum of floor space. Yout choice of colors. KITCHENAID FRONT-LOADING PORTABLES roomy racks roll all the way out foi easy loading. Handy work surface top. Convertible models can be built in anytime. Your choice of colors. Buy This Dishwasher Use it For 30 Days. If You Can Do Without It Bring It Back. KitchenAicI BUILT NOT CHEAPER Depend Wflyivt BMMF Crowsnest Pass. A meeting on the matter is being scheduled to be held in Calgary in December. Council supported a sugges- tion made by the Oldman River Regional Planning Commission that the meeting should be held in the Crowsnest and not in as this is the area that will be affected. PROTEST Blairmore council will protest a rate increase to be proposed by Calgary Power. A local commercial and residential Christmas electrical decorating contest will be sponsored by the town and prizes will be awarded to the winners. Judging day will be announced in the near future. Agriculture man fights control law TABER Lynn S. district agriculturist for the Taber has spoken in opposition to the Taber Mp's proposed development control bylaw. The Taber MD will hold a meeting Nov. 20 to hear objec- tions or recommendations to the proposed bylaw. Mr. writing in the Taber this bylaw now stands it would restrict the farmer in almost everything he does. That if a farmer wants to level his dig a sileage pick rock on his spread manure or erect any building or a fence over six feet the farmer will have to obtain a if this bylaw passes as it now The proposed says an MD is designed to regulate the use and develop- ment of land within the municipality and to achieve the orderly and economic development of land in.accor- dance with the general plan being prepared or as adopted. Copies of the 12 page bylaw can be studied at the Taber MD the PFRA office at or at the Oldman River Regional Planning Commission office at Lethbridge. Raymond property develops RAYMOND Real estate is on the move here as indicated by the number of dwellings that have changed hands within the last few weeks. Rudy an employee of the town of Raymond has purchased the Henry Jensen dwelling on 400 Street North. The Raymond Jensen home on the same street has been sold to Glen Johnson of a former Raymond man. Lance Meeks has purchased the Andrew Hughs dwelling on 200 North. The two 0. T. Bingham dwellings on 100 West have been purchased by Woodrow Forsyth of Calgary and Lyle Blackmore of Lethbridge. Dr. R. R. Bourne has purchased the Howard Rasmussen home on 100 South. In the mean time two new dwellings have been finished and are now occupied by the Garth Wright family and the Raymond Jensen both located on 200 East Street. There are a number of dwellings well along in .most of these are being worked on. as they are under cover and some have the heating plants in them. District Sew-a-fair at Mossleigh MOSSLEIGH A lew-a- will be held in the Mossleigh Hall from to p.m. Nov. 14. The will be on fabrics sewing instruc- tions for woven and knit consumer protection and selection of Speakers will be PattL Mrs. Marion Sally Bursary aids student consumer Mrs. Joyce Jones of Suzanne Vulcan and Donna president of the Calgary branch of the Con- sumer Association of Canada. Mossleigh women will provide supper at a nominal fee. Everyone is welcome. Mossleigh is 40 miles north of Vulcan. NATAL Loris daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Georgetti Berthoia of has won the Heather Lawson Memorial J Bursary at the University of British Columbia. She will use the 1150 award to further her studies in recreation education at URC. Sportsplex opening delayed COALDALE Another postponement has been announced in the opening of the new Sportsplex Ice Arena here. It now has been set for the end of November. Mayor A. F. Blakie recently .informed council the problem is the in the arrival of. .the bleachers. Earlier it was hoped the arena could operate by Nov. then it was anticipated it would be ready at mid- November. Predators enjoy feed lot meals David Holmes plans research Top riders r BROOKS M.A. the Valli of the John Ware Trail near here says our area the predators have a smorgasbord provided for them by the feed lot He says these operators do not bother with disposing of small calves or aborted calves. Predators don't have to hunt very far for food with this kind of thing says Mr. Valli. He points that the larger animals that die are sold to a firm in Lethbridge that specializes in processing dead livestock. In other predator Last summer a wolf pack in- vaded a pen on J. E. Currie's farm at Niton Junction and made off with 11 rams. Heide Hannibal of Okotoks had three yearling thoroughbred horses attacked by coyotes and also lost 13 ewes. Ranchers shut out hunters BROOKS Five ranchers have closed 40 square miles of their range south of the Red Deer River to deer hunters. The land is owned by Gene Ron Christian- Bryce Ken McKnight and-E. 0. Lund. The area is about 14 miles from north to south and some four miles at its widest point east and west. It is in Big Game Zone 13 and the deer season opens today. Gene Christiansen says in previous years hunters have made trails by driving through grass .that was saved for winter pasture. He says the grass was badly trampled by trucks. Cows were sent runn- ing through fences and bunch- ed up. Herds were kept restless. He says the hunters ignored signs. have had bad ex- perience in other years with hunters dropping gates and leaving he says. On his place last year about five doe mule deer were taken 'by hunters despite a closed season on females. Lolly Caspel of Calgary lost three calves to coyotes and Fred Herzogg of Clear River has lost nine calves and a two- year-old cow in addition to some sheep. Mr. Valli says the predator problem is no longer the curse solely of the sheep industry. He says it has spread to all producers of livestock. seems to have been passed over is the fact of the tremendous increase in the coyote and wolf he says. animals do not try to live on their natural diet because domestic livestock is so much more abundant and easier to come Mrs. Marguerite Fraser of her son Wes- and proudly display trophies awarded to them by the Turtle Mountain Riding Club. Wesley won the grand aggregate prize for winning poles and stakes riding events. Dallas was first in the key- hole and second in the poles and stakes events. Mrs. Fraser won the key- hole in the senior division. Her children swept the junior section. PONDEROUS WRESTLER Wrestler William Cobb of Georgia was billed in 1962 as weighing 802 pounds. Former Raymond resident Dr. David Holmes has won a post with Beatrice Research Foods.of 111. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Holmes of Raymond and the grandson of the late Henry crowned Canada Wheat King in 1912. Dr. Holmes won nis bachelor of science from the University of his master's degree from Brigham Young and his doctorate from Utah State University. He is married and has three children. Coaldale council meets COALDALE All dogs passing their three month birthday must have town council decided recently. Town council is waiting patiently for a new general Syme's plan open house CHAMPION Mr. and Mrs. Tom Syme are holding open house from 2 to 5 p.m. Dec. at the Granum Community Hall on the occa- zoning plan and parks plan from the Oldman River Regional Planning Com- mission. But the councillors think the plans are overdue. 50th sion of their parents' wedding anniversary. Everyone is welcome. Gifts declined. i i. TT MUSICLAND SUPPLIES Announces their I_____L in COLLEGE MALL We invite you to come in and see the incredible YAMAHA EX-42 ORGAN Guest Dr. Bruce wIllbelnLethbrMge WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 14 He is a specialist in Internal Medicine and has been as- sociated with Family Planning and Sex Education in Cal- gary for a number of years. DR. HATFIELD will be addressing a seminar at the from to p.m. In room November 14. His topic will The Role of Dr. HatflekJ will also be addressing a public meeting to be held at the Fleetwood-Bawden from p.m. His topic wlH Education For mere Nifermetloii con- tact the Control Information 01H. The YAMAHA Representative Mr. Dave Will be In our Store this Friday and 16th and 17tfc to demonstrate this beautiful organ.