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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta mm __ iwrip nviwi Kootenay landowners get meetings on land use CRANBROOK Three land use meetings will be held by the Regional District of East Kootenay directors to allow landowners a chance to seek information about the designation of their property. The information meetings will be beW at Cranbrook Dec. Fernie Dec. 4 and' Irivermere Dec. 5. More than information sheets about a land reserve map were mailed recently to RDEK residents. The map is being prepared fpr the RDEK by Michael Strong of Acres Consulting. It is being prepared under the Land Commission Two types of agricultural and are being defined by the con- sultants preparing the map. Parkland will be for wildlife and recreational purposes. Many parts of the basic map prepared as a first draft by the Land Commission were says Mr. Strong. He had to go back to the Canada Land Inventory and agricultural department soil capability maps and begin again. All land with agricultural soil capability designated one to four are seven ranging from prime agricultural land to land vir- tually beyond would be included as agricultural .reserve land unless it were prime big game range and also owned by the in which 'case it would be 'parkland reserve. On Crown land any area not in agricultural capability one to four would be designated as parkland reserve. Expansion areas for cities would not overlap land designated as agricultural or parkland reserve. Mr. Strong said designations will follow legal boundaries as far as to facilitate administration. He noted the importance of clear boundaries even in remote parts of the district because of increasing use by such as forestry and coal mining. Mr. Strong said he is oppos- ed to putting anyone a-hitrari- ly into a reserve of either type if it is not necessary because of the difficulty tbey will have to be re- deticnated. It would be to the individual Herald- District Blairmore seeks relocation of planned power line route BLAIRMORE Blairmore town council wants a 240-KVA Calgary Power line to be routed farther south than the route now proposed. Council wants the energy conservation board to hold public hearings on the matter in the Crowsnest rather than at Calgary. The proposed route through southern Blairmore would dis- rupt a planned border another subdivision and pass over the town's sewage disposal plant. In other In view of the escalating labor and material council has studied the value of some town buildings. It was decided to increase the in- surance on these buildings. Council is considering the replacement of a section of wood stave water mains with new mains. Council will look into the Alberta municipal waterworks assistance program. The province assists with grants and long-term loans in the construction of water systems. Council approved ordering fluortda- tion equipment to install on the Blairmore waterworks system. FOREMOST Superintendent of schools Cliff Elle and secretary treasurer Roy both of the County of reviewed the sources of educational money for members of the county school committee here recently. In a discussion of the Foun- dation plan it was pointed out that in 1973 the sum of 1558 per pupil was received for pupils in Grades 1 to a pupil for Grades 7 to and per pupil for Grades 10 to 12. basic figures would be and respec- tively in and in 1975 would be and The transportation costs have been frozen for four years at the 1969 and total for the County of Forty- Mile at a year. A new formula for 1974 is likely. The administrative allowance is calculated by taking three per cent of the total of the per pupil grant and the transportation grant. Regarding capital it was pointed out that the department of education gives the county a grant equal to the debenture princi- ple and that the coun- ty makes each year for schools built in past years. This is only for the sup- ported or the costs approved at the time the building took place Within the County of all but about a year is sup- ported. There are several other smaller grants. Ninety per cent of the amount the county pays for boarding allowance is A grant of per student is allowed to help implement the program budgeting plan. Retirement i recognition inadequate FOREMOST Coun. Ed Torsher of the County of Forty- Mile says there has to be a better way to honor veteran employees than by giving them a But it's not the watch it's the way it's says Coun. Torsher. He thinks employees don't delight in facing the county council to get their watch. really think hiking an employee in here on his working day is not really much of a climax for 15 years says Coun. Torsher. Deputy reeve Frank Romeike said he thought it would be nice to put on a special night for the long-time employees like the idea of a CUPE said Coun. Torsner. least we could ask them out for dinner. That is the least we could try again Vern Decoux photo Crow-Crrsst Industries at Franx wiii move into its new building sometime hopefully. Every time the contractor gets the building it tumbles like a pack of cards. Crow-Crest is getting Progress termed impressive for New Horizons project MILK RIVER Don The regular meeting of the Mayne of society is held on the second representative of the New Tuesday of each month with a Horizons met with potluck supper at p.m. executive and members of the Milk River Senior Citizens Society recent- ly and said he was favorably impressed with the progress that has been made by the society in one year. Money has been raised to purchase a building with the help of New ex- tensive renovations are being made. Mr. Mayne assured the committee that the balance of the grant would be in the mail very soon lots of publicity out of the misfortune. When the firm finally gets its it will manufacture campers doggy pallets and soft drink cases. LUTEFISH Available again at the STAR MARKET Phone 327-4393 Henker Farm Equipment Ltd. Phono Specials TRACTORS M.F. 1100-cab TRUCKS and CARS 67-Mereury 'A 70-I.H.C. ton 4x4 70-I.H.C. 1600 Loadstar Impala 4 door MISC. EQUIPMENT 33 It. grain auger with 15ft.M.F.chlMlplow Bowser gasoline pump-late model.......... District calendar The Valhalla International Folk Dancers and Inter- national Ballroom Dancers of Ricks will present a family Festival at p.m. Nov. in the Taber Stake Centre cultural hall. social highlight of the season for 400 iggar beet growers will be the annual growers' banquet and dance at 6 p.m. Dec. at the Taber Centre auditorium The annual Christmas concert for Noble Central Nobleford. is set for Dec. 17 Dec. the annual Family Dance will be held in the Noble Central School Nobleford The Magrath Hospital Aux- iliary will hold its Silver An- niversary Tea and Bake Sale at 2 p.m. Dec. 1 in the Lions club rooms The West Cootry Women's Ctab of Car- mangay will hold its Christ- mas party at 7 p.m. Dec. 19 at the home of Beulah and Rudy Hubka Cartaasgay Priscllla Clsb members will nold a Christmas party at 5 p.m. Dec. 15 at the home of Ron and Edith Svanes the Milk River Senior Citixen Society will hold a card party at p.m. Nov. 27 and every Monday a bingo is held at 8 p.m.... Carmugay Prltcilla members will send Christmas greetings to senior citizens again this year. Members and their families will meet at Lethbridge Dec. 14 to attend the Lethbridge Community College food fair. CHRISTMAS COME TRUE All ION A APPLIANCES Carry a 5 year Warranty on Motor and Switch. CAN OPENER Not a very large or complicated unit but probably delivers more concenience for its size than other kitchen appliance Has removable cutting assembly opens all kinds of safely- Cord Storage fttCkrMw 77 IONA MODEL 6900 HAIR DRYER This the hair dryer people on the move off the golf course. to the cottage. this mini-dryer can travel righ along with you. fast thorough drying action-safe heat system protective travel case Pre Christmas Only................. IONA MODEL 904 C This was definitely made to be his or hers on the young set scene High styling performance-thermostat- ically controlled-brush and comb attach- ment-everything you need to have your hair looking great in a matter of minutes Pra Christmas a 4K77 Only IONA MODELS SO 904 SMiiJSF One look tells you that the deluxe Baron Dryer was created for men-powerful-mist styling 2 speed action Z slide attachments thermos- tatically controlled Also the that has set the standard for women also Raptor 27.88 Pn CbrlitMS IONA MODEL EK5 Electric Knife An electric knife that can'be used for more than the traditional car- ving chores It's and precision balanced to the point that It can be used for a variety of cutting jobs Safe Stainless Steel J Blades. Handsome Storage Case Attractive Practic Pral Sab. 1 REQINA MODEL P275 FLOOR POLISHER RUGSHAMPOOER This is the one that does It afl and up smiling Flo thru scrubbing and shampooing Finger Tip Suds Control. Easy to ctean Dispenser Hose IONA MODEL EK 7 ELECTRIC KNIFE This the knife mat on be used for j more than carving roast beef or tur- key. Safe stainless steel blades More district page 17 REOINA MODEL 560 ELECTWK BROOM VACUUM CLEANER Light-weight Easy-to-handle Powerful No Filter Exclusive Rug Dial Nozzle 77 IONA MODEL R-28 PORTABLE MIXER Light Attractive Truly Dependable 8 Mixing speeds thumb tip con- trols rest Sure Grip handle Colors White. Avocado. Harvest Gold PraCavWaM Credit Plan Available Use Hoyt's Own Charge Plan or Your REQINA MODEL VMS VACUUM CLEANER Looks like a smooth operator and it is Here are some of the features that make it that way -internal Tool Storage- Suction Selection-Rug Plte Dial Nozzle -Powerful Cyclonic Suctlon PrtChrtotmas Only.................... DOWNTOWN 606-eOt 3rd 8. PtMM 327-5707 ;