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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta -Thursday, November 18, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGF. HEUAID 3 Land price set at per foot lly IKISS I.IIIH Herald News Si'rvirp TAKER In an cffnrl lo preserve the downtown busi- ness core, Tabor council has confirmed the price of choice commercial property on High- way 3 east at per foot front- age.. The land involved is the former Barton property. Council opposed a recom- mendation from the industrial development committee that the high cost of land was a de- terrent to development of the area, particularly in the case of local automobile dealer wish- transfer of lands sold for lesi denlial building tinder mort- gage. Mayor Avcry spoke in oppo- sition to a recommendation by the IDC that the chamber of commerce re-affiliate with the tourist and convention bureau of southern Alberta on the grounds that tourist traffic does not slop here except for Ihe provincial park. Value was not received for fees paid, he said. Council approved an annual granl of S500 to Ihe chamber to be paid in December. The funds will be used in part for development of a semi-perma- nent float base, possibly of I fibre glass, for community pro- motion at parades. Improvements approved for ing to expand. It was noted thai a number of businesses are moving west from the established "main I the community centre under street" of 48th Ave. j the winter work-incentive pro- Concern was expressed that gram includes concrete paving more effort should be expended of the area under the hall en- to build up Ihe area now being i trance canopy and a sidewalk depleted. i correction between the ball en- Council gave favorable con- j trance and the main arena en- sideration to other IDC recom-1 trance, both estimated to cosl niendiitions to speed up the LICKING POLLUTION PROBLEM This "car" was assembled by Kyle Koch of Bow Island while visiting at the home of his grandparents in Picture Butte. As noted the air- conditioned sports car is powered by pro pane. Kyle is five years of age. P. Johnson Photo. Coiildalo news roundup Recreation group OALDAU'; IIINSl Idalr and district 'n eoriiiiiiHec' has hc'j icd by lilt1 cmii'ly iiilh'Tii rcp'onal rccrc.'ition bo rd. Appointed lo serve for onr-- H r terms were Dean Cofell treasurer. .Milsugi and Henry Krocker. two-year'is past-president, tti ins Douglas Campbell and n? convenes each Alls. Holierl Harrison and for day night al at the three-year Icrms, Arnold Bodie Andrews High School. sn I .Mrs. Frank Locv-.'en. chairman and secretary will he named at a later dale. The role of tlic committee will he to serve as a local and Other aeiivities such as socials ami dances will be planned if there is sufficient interest. Ihe Curling Club's lickpot bonspiel was postponed 11 t weekend due to a lack of entries and is now scheduled for Saturday and Sunday this Canada census for Cran- sports night is McNallv School! Cranbrook jjopuJalion noaring mark I CRAXBHOOK (Spec Rinks interested should brook tallies 11.710 persons, the city has been notified. Pioneer celebrates Better TV has price tag Council briefs birthday COLEiMAX (CM1 Bureau i- C o 1 c m a n council recently heard a report from the local television committee that met the cost and operation of the unit. ft was estimated if would cost about S5.000. A letlcr is to be directed to speeifie information before Fi- nal approval is granted. Mayor Holyk reported he and .Mrs. Caroline Holyk had attended the 63rd annual urban An agenda item to increase the remuneration of councillors mated at al the rodeo grounds for which the town will It was some lo 4W he- low officials' anticipations, but this may be due to the rapidly developing municipal trailer courts and residential developments. In population, based on census plus residents in rclativelv m'nor limits in the performance of their grant for material to bej duties went unsolved and the j spent in 1972. The work in- matter was held over for fur- i eludes grounds improvement, ther investigation. j painting projects, concession Supporting no change in the j and completion of an ir pix-rent policy of Sin per i-oun-1 "gallon system for watering cil plu find committee otil-of-pnckel. meeting, expenses, Mayor A. H. A very strongly op- posed any increase. lie said that "we all were elected to serve the public, all should be prepared to give something j to the community.1' Members of council, how- ever, emphasized the consider- able time required of council- lors in managing the tmvn's af- fairs (there being no overall supervision of departments) and offered a number of alter- natives for adequate compen- sation for their services. The mayor receives per monlh for the extra lime pul into town administration. Town council has further considered projects which v.-ill f 1 1 urdcr t lie f edera 1 govern- ment's labor incentive plan. trees ami grassed areas. The estimated 1.400 man hours of work will take place in April and early May next year to be finished before the May 20 to 22 rodeo events Also considered were Im- provements at the communii centre following recommenda- tions from the recreation board. INVITE TENDERS Tenders for the supply of a new station wagon for Tabors fire department are being in- vited from local suppliers, deadline for submission being 8 p.m. Monday. Dec. 1.1 Council was divided on the limitation of bids to local deal- ers. Mayor Avery advocating a wider scope for more competc- tivc prices. The poor conrliLion of the pre- sent station wagon was ex- with R. Lamb, president of all councils and the ID in the j municipalities convention held i expansion, was' but for Alberta Broadcasting Cor-: area to meet with Coleman in Edmonton and attended by j major extension in February r.d H Nordnuist di-: council if they are interested, j 605 delesates. In his report on j 197j brought in popular SU-: ------1 has been received 'he event Mayor Holyk advised j pinccrest and Little Devcloncrs regard- j U'at the next convention will, Cranbrook rii'-al on and op- ff poration. ector of erations. Tlic recent indicated discus- sion had been held regarding Oct. better C'FCN-TV rrcoption in the 'Pass area. II is necessary lo find our site that will servo t.hi> entire area. It was felt that a Crowsnest Pass association should be formed to see that this opcra- tion is carried out. The associa- ing the Coleman shopping cen- tre since the last meeting held with Mr. Ferrier when he held at Lcthbridge. electoral area transferring Ro- y[ Fire Chief Henry Zak was j gional District of East Koo-! granted approval for a muscu-ltenay voters to the city drop if was indicated some action liar dystrophy tag day N'ov. perl to HOT from would begin within one month, i Mr. Zak also invited council are qualified voters hut Holyk instructed the i to the annual banquet and hall; far short of population. the j Nov. in. j---------------------------------------- Toun foreman Rudy Siy- manek and crew were com- j mended for Ihe good work they' Mayor town secretai-y to and contact town's lawyer to check and find out what developments have laken place. The towns library represen- tative reported that no library I tion would be responsible for, meetings have been held since springtime and there was noth- ing to report. Since the town makes gener- contributions to the library Whistle blows early and will make application for grants as soon as a final list can be compiled. Included will i miltee chairman Mrs. Helen WILLIAM WALTON 00 roars v work esti- Oil CRAXBROOK i Special i early lenninalion of season Nov. 14. in.stnarl of Nov. 2't. and of dt'or Nov. 14 instead of Nov. 21 sent Ihe did in clearing the town streets of the heavy snow during the New Ford ,nt president lal of nr -iihe'-- of er (lldiimer.s' ,V.sn suesls t'11 jnVfrl Sllpp'-f and an enierUrnmr'n! with cominc from rnl Eary. Foil Ulh- brides, points in and nciehboriitg comni unities. Fred Norris paid tribute to Mrs. Kaiherinc Piilman. one of the compilers of ilie hi-ton' of the oldtimcrs' association, v :io recent storm. The town's recreation gra: will be used for roof repairs to the 1 o c a 1 arena and some re- i OAKVILLE. Out. fC'Pl Roy wiring is to IK done. Bennett. 43. president of Ford cr.rlier this year. it was indicated a regular re-j Town representatives Emily j Motor Co. of Canada Ltd.. was Among those port would be appreciated as i Misura and Graham Atkinson elected chief executive officer the was Ihe policy in the past. and recreation director Bonnie I al a meeting of the board today, i dreeno. Arthur Hale, Ihr llap- Gino Quarin was present, at 1 Porter presented a financial I Mr. Bennett succeeds Karl i py Wanderers led hy Mrs. th? meeting and presented j statement to the council and S'cott who is retiring as chair- j Hawkins. Ray Herman, Mrs. plans for a sixplex apartment gave a resume of activities he-' man of the hoard and chief ex- Sarah Hawkins. Mrs Beti' After studying j ing undertaken hy Ihe recrea-, ecutive officer but who will re- Douclas. Mrs. Oscar Mueller plans, council requested more i tion board. i main as a company director. 'and Mrs. Catherine Drake. Arthritis campaign nets MAGR.ATH The 1971 fund-raising campaign sponsored by St. Joseph's Cath- olic Women's League for The Canadian Arthritis and Rheu- matism Society raised a total of says Mrs. Dennis Arndt, campaign chairman. "The people of Magrath have TiAYMOXD (IIXS1 Wil- Wcntz who said the unit, which liam D. Walton, a pioneer resi- j scurrying during had the motor replaced in 19fi9. i dent of south Alberia weekend." is in very poor mechanical con-; liraled his Wl.li birthday al Ihe! Of weekend rnunl. is in- dition. I Ridpe View Tuesday j complctr. Tlic fire and ambulance re- j with many friends calling dur- 3uci; decv season continues port for October covered four j ing an open house. (0 2j; as scheduled, town and two MD fires, all of i Mr. Walton refuses to grow. Harvest of biologically estab- a minor nature, and four am-! old as he enjoys daily walks i quota of elk for proper bulance calls for MD patrons to Ihe business area to meet I balance of herds v.'ith winter and none in town. Ambulance old friends. He seldom missesj range was reached earlier than accounts unpaid at the month- i a church service and is active expected, accounting for the end amounted to St.595 of: in many olher ways. whistle being blown. j At the age of 70 he took up and wildlife service music, and following his With reports the cow elk and anier- brithday he and iiad his less deer harvest supports its memoirs published for bis five game population estimate, un- i sons and six daughters. He and I Houbtcdlv down over the dc- j which are for town) calls. Band concert at Vauxhall VAUXHALL (IKS) Music Mrs. Walton have 55 grandchil- i cade 31 great grand- hecause of alienation of j dren and 31 great grand-; wilderness and reforestation of: children. j which provide winter Lately he ha.s become inter-: range, but higher than pessi-' 'sled in oil painting and spends mistic view of some of the nought help and hope io their with said Mrs. Arndt. "By contributing to the society's research program, we are closer to arthritis control the immediate goal." ''The arthritis campaign for .1971 is Mrs. Ross concluded. "But arthritis itself, a root cause of poverty, goes relentlessly 011. Those who did not have an opportunity to con-ribute during the campaign may send their donation (o The Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Societv Room 3IW, H05 5th St. SAV.. Calgary here will be treated tc a variety of selections at. the annual fall concert tonight, a eight o'clock in Uie high schoo auditorium The beginners' band, com prised of school children the junior high school band's 70 members and the senior band, made up of 88 members, will provide the music. The adult band, which was formed last year, is again in operation and anyone wishing to take part should contact. Dick. Previous musical training is not hours doing landscapes of the nrganizations. Early filling of those two quotas and apparent reasonable hunter success to now is attributed to the extraordinarily heavy October snowfall, bringing game down to easy hunter access, and to an ear y rutting season. charged in Calgary bealiug death CALGARY (CP1 Four men charged with non-capital murder in the beating and drowning of Robert Gordon McLean. 20. of Calgary were committed for trial in Alberta Supreme Court. Charged in tlic 22 death were Robin Marquis Rrown. 17, Raymond Fortin, Ste-: plien Gerald Poirier. 20, and Daryle Wayne Johnston, 20. all of Sin PORT ELIZABETH fAPl Grant Moody Fischer, a 20-year-old Canadian tourist hitci-hiking through South Africa, pleaded guilty Tuesday fo sending one-quarter of an ounce of marijuana through the mail to Canada. He was fuied 50 rands (about S70) or 50 days in ja His home town was not. immediately available. Crowsnest f NEWS CIRCULATIC Vernon Dccoux, Resident Bureau >N JOB Liquor Licensing Act (Part 3) (Section 90 (4) NOTfCE OF HEARING OF LIQUOR APPLICATION The following notice is published in accordance will) the provisions of The Liquor licensing Ad: 1. The area comprising TOWN OF MltK RIVER hen been designated ns a local option area for the purposes of thn obove Tlif 29th Hny of Di-r.rmhor 1971, hm brcn ?M thr dntr upon which thp Ronrd will considpr application-, for unrJrr the abovn Act, prioi to Ihnt rintr llip Board n petition hy 500 plrrtor-, of (lir; nbovn loco option nron 01 10 pn ront nf Ihr nunibf) of prrsons nomrd on thr lolrM liMs o( rlcrlors for nn rlr-etion of o member or members to MIR Aisr-mbly from thr nrrn These TSie Lcthbd( COUNTR Correspondents BLACKIE MRS. MARGARET MONTGC CRANBROOK NANCY MltES (Special) ETZIKOM MRS. THEKtA EHNtS FOREMOST GEOFF. TAG6 Igc Herald Y NEWS in Your Area 3MERY P.O. Box MS 304 Slh SI. o v'nfr. nf thr, m Council submit nl Fclmonlnr. Hoy of Novnnhoi 1971. A. D. union CHAIRMAN, rut ALBERTA IIOUOR CONTROL BOARD. NOTE: Pftilionn rcqunOinq o plrhic.itf votft mu-i) hr nn HIP nfficinl pntilion form., which mov IIP oh-iniiird Thr Albrrli 1 Contml Rn.-ncl, 17.TAO M2 Eflmnnlon. 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