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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, October 12, 1974 THE LETHBRIDOf HERALD Frank Slide rocks still in limbo FRANK (Staff) Mayor Jim Horejsi said Thursday he personally favors preserva- tion of the Frank Slide as a national or piovincial historical site. But if the provincial govern- ment and the Winnipeg Supply and Fuel Company Ltd., which owns 241.1 acres in the main part of the slide area, "don't make a deal and the company says 'we are going to go ahead' thcta anything can happen because it is their he said. Mayor Horejsi says he hopes the province will step in and preserve every pebble, rock and boulder in the Frank Slide. "It's part of our national says Mayor Hore- jsi. The province is fighting a one government battle. The federal government has already taken the stand that the Frank Slide cannot be termed a national historic site because it was a disaster, not an area of great historical im- portance. At the same time, Mayor Horejsi says the Village of Frank owns a piece of the Frank Slide and his council will have to consider its posi- tion in the matter. "We own a piece of the slide on the farthermost west he said Thursday. Another factor is the CP Rail right of way. "Whether this would apply to the CPR right of way is another question, he said. They have a 100 foot right of way through the slide." Would the railway be able to remove rock from its proper- ty? Winnipeg Supply and Fuel Company Ltd. has been waiting eight months for the Alberta government to make up its mind on whether it wants a shrine or a mine on the site. The slide, which crashed off Turtle Mountain, burying the eastern fringe of the town of Frank in 1903, is a major Alberta attraction. The company is willing to sell its 241 acres. The provin- cial government is interested. But how interested? Mine Minister Bill Dickie was not available Thursday for im- mediate comment. John Doole, Winnipeg Supply's general manager, says the world shortage of raw materials prompted, the company to consider develop- ing its property. The company feels it can obtain lime and ex- Gentry Misic NOW ON THE AIR FARM NEWS at ajiL, p.m., p.m. p.m. withVERNKOOP Farm Director SERVICE PARTS ACCESSORIES for most popular models of CHAIN SAWS CHAINS, CUTTING BARS, etc. Solo Remington Homelite Lombard Skil Stihl, Husquavarns John Deere Pioneer Allis Chalmers MOTOR MOWOR 817 3RD AVENUE SOUTH -ETHBR1DGE ALBERTA tra limestone, mine coal and "at a long shot" hit oil in the slide area. His firm wants to do a feasibility study. However, they offered the land to the government "so we don't get expropriated after we spend a lot of money." Meanwhile, the Crowsnest Pass Citizens' Historical Society is spearheading the fight to stop slide development. Members say historical significance far out- weighs any potential economic benefit. Fred Bradley of Blairmore, outspoken historical society president, says vandalism, painting of names and religious slogans in bright red paint on the boulders, has concerned local historians for years. He is thankful the provincial government has blocked attempts to put hamburger stands on the slide. He is disturbed over the fact that the railway hauls rock away for use on construction of roadbeds and bridges. Mr. Bradley says it will be only a matter of weeks before the government buys the slide. But Winnipeg Supply, which hasn't heard from the province lately, is skeptical. Even if developed, the slide will not disappear. MLA Charlie Drain says it would take 100 gravel trucks carrying three tons a load, and making 10 trips a day, some 66 years to remove the debris. B.C. pub applications pending CRANBROOK (Special) Tipplers in the Moyie and TaTa Creek areas will be served closer to home if applications for pubs are approved by Victoria. Margaret Bohn wants to operate "under a general licence" at the Lakeview Hotel at Moyie. Alexander Yanosik seeks approval of his pub plans for the TaTa Creek Lodge. Both have operated under li- quor licences for some time. They have circulated petitions which indicate people in the areas are not opposed to their change in style. With the approval of the Regional District of East Kootenay, they can now make their final applications to Vic- toria. Regulations for general licences, the operation of neighborhood pubs, say seating will be for less than 100 people. ELECT DON LeBARON for ALDERMAN Southern Alberta Native Son Re- sided in Lethbridge for 18 years. Administrator Green Acres Foundation (Homes for Aged) Trustee Lethbridge Municipal Hospital Board Past 3 years Appointed by Cabinet As Member of Hospital Visitor Committee 1973 Past President, Original Pensioners Sr. Citizens Served on City Boxing Wrestling Commission x for 6 years; 3 as Chairman Former Vice-President Alberta Council on Aging Secretary-Treasurer Alberta Senior Citizens Homes Association Experienced in Civic Administration The following Lethbridge citizens are among the many who feel that Don LeBaron has made a distinguished contribution to our city in his enthusiastic approach to improving the life of our senior citizens, his conscientious efforts while serving as your representative on the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital Board, and his service in many other areas. We endorse Don LeBaron for Alderman because he has shown that he has the ability, experience, and genuine concern that is needed to do an excellent job for all citizens of Lethbridge. DR. C. A. PALMER Optometrist CUNT STATA Retired REV. H. JOST Minister OR. GARY BOWIE Professor E, S. Trustee R. CLEVE HILL Assistant Manager ANNE CAMPBELL Housewife WILLIAM L KERGAN Alderman MARGARET SUTHERLAND House- wife; Hasp. Trustee BILL KNOX Sales Representative BILL COUTTS Pres. General Manager ESTHER WARREN Former Pres. Original Pensioners W. DALE HEYLAND Director Con- tinuing Ed. LC.C. GARY JUBBER Student, Urtv. of Left. ELEANOR HOLROYD Housewife CLAUDIA CARD Accountant WILLIAM SKELTON Pharmacist Hosp. Trustee ALL PACKARD Machine Operator HY CALMAN Manager BETTY WALDERN Secretary, Chinook Penstoneis DOUGLAS WYATT Electrical Contractor HAROLD Green Acres Foundation RENO UZZI Kacfcs Men Shop MAURICE RONSPJES Gas Fitter DOUGLAS LC.C. L C. HALMRAST Former Cabinet Min- O. C. STUBBS Pharmacist SVENERKXSEN Vote LeBaron Don M. X For Alderman on Oct. 16th Inserted Committee to elect Don LeBsron (CGA CANDIDATE) The Hcrald- District Willow Creek Council rejects subdivision South In short Fort lot sales okayed FORT MACLEOD (Staff) Town council Monday night sold lots to Bob Kingston and Harvest Homes but withheld the sale of a lot to RCMP member A. G. M. Flower because it is in a new area being subdivided. Council decided to table the one sale because the new sub- division may have some bearing on it. Mr. Kingston purchased lot 16 on the north side of 21st St., east of 5th Ave. Harvest Homes purchased lots 5 and 7'on the north side of 16th St., east of 5th Ave. Nellie Morden purchased lot 7 on the north side of nth St. which she will trade to Harvest Homes ior one of its new lots, said secretary treasurer Roy White. Council approved Canadian Western Natural Gas Com- pany's application to tie into a line to service a rural gas area. Garrison ball set tonight FORT MACLEOD (Special) Jhe final event of Fort Macleod's centennial celebration will be the Garrison Ball.in the local arena Saturday. There will be no special guests other than RCMP officers. The organizing committee is headed by Eileen Mackay and her goal is to "carry on the theme of friendliness and western hospitality established in homecoming week celebrations last July." Bylaws fail acceptance CRANBROOK (Special) Little Van Home and Wattsville road property owners have not yet accepted two local improve- ment bylaws on water and sewer improvements. They have named a committee comprising Albert Connah, chairman, and Jack Flemming, Frank Vanlerberg, John Daknan, Mrs. Roland Beday and Mrs. Walter Fanning. They will gather information on the actual cost of the benefits they have been told by city officials will accrue to them. Their single remaining recourse is for a voter majority peti- tion against the bylaw following its publication. Curlers elect president COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Gordon Dunford has been elected president of the Coleman Curling Club. Vivian Blackmore has been named women's club president. Other officers are: Robert Langille, vice president; Hertha Olstad, secretary; Helen Juhlin, assistant secretary; Lorraine Aiello, treasurer; and Florence Dunford, kitchen convener. Executive members are Michael Stelmahovich, Tom Bub- niak, Dennis Olstad, Marcel Lemire, Vi Kryczka and Alma Roughead. The season will open with a mixed bonspiel to be held Nov. 8 to 10. Ted Kryczka will register the rinks. RCMP band to perform PORT MACLEOD (HNS) The RCMP Band will perform here Nov. 7 as part of the Alberta RCMP Century celebrations. It will be sponsored by the Fort Macleod and District Chamber of Commerce. Time and place win be announced. Also planned are an RCMP officers' reunion and a bonspiel in December. These plans are also tentative. Blairmore dogs trouble town BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) There are more dogs than children in Blairmore. And the dogs are causing more problems than the children ever will, council decided recently, determining it must hire a dogcatcher as soon as possible. A total of 277 dogs have been counted here. There are only 204 preschoolers in town. CLARESHOLM (Staff) Willow Creek Municipal District utilities and develop- ment control officer Jack Derochie Wednesday was authorized by council to at- tend a seminar Nov. 6 and 7 at Edmonton. A 'proposed subdivision of a 61 acre parcel near the Oldman River bridge on Highway 3 near Monarch was rejected by council because it doesn't conform .with the MD's development control bylaw. Three 10 acre plots are proposed on the' bill Coun- cil decided there is no access for these. The developer could apply again. "It would be an ideal place for a subdivision because the land is not suitable for anything said Mr. Derochie, Reeve George Whitehead agreed. The lower area would'be a camping and recreation spot. Also planned: a market gar- den in the valley area. Said' the development of- ficer: "I don't know where they would come off the highway to come down in there with a camper." .Those who earlier favored natural gas co ops in the MD are now favoring utility own- ed franchise areas, Mr. Derochie told council: One co op faces a court case to "dislodge" the contractor so it can switch to a utility own- ed area, he said. The public utilities board earlier insisted that the MD be divided into separate franchises. Coun. Harvey Cherniak of Stavely said he still favors the idea of having the entire MD in one gas franchise area. Mr. Derochie agreed, "said he proposed that earlier, but now prospective users in various franchise areas in the MD face six different prices in the sign up. Council, in response to Fort Macleod resident Doug Baker's complaint that he saw a dead pig at the Fort Macleod dump and that all dumps in the MD should be posted "dumping of dead animals decided its policy would be that dead animals are tBe "owner's respon- sibility" for pickup for rendering. District Agriculturist Allen Xoly told council it 'should work through its Association of Alberta Municipal Districts and Counties co operative to Crowsnest Pass Bureau HEWS-ORCUUmOK-JOBWHiraG VEHttONDCCOUX. THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE is giving a ADVANCED OIL PAINTING PLACE: W. R. Myers High School, Taber TIME: Mondays, to p.m. October 21 to December 9 FEE: Registration at fifst class. This is a public service course open to all interested persons regardless of academic background. buy wild oats chemicals in bulk to stabilize the price. "I think Agriculture Minister Hugh Homer will support us 100 per said Reeve Whitehead. The district agriculturist reviewed the Stavely Agricultural Society Town of Stavely mulit purpose arena financing. He said a provincial grant has been applied for but may not come through until late next year. In the meantime, a federal loan has been sought. The MD and Town of Stavely will each levy two mills to back the pro- ject, said to be a ven- ture. Agricultural fieldman 'Richard Berringer was given authority to proceed with an experimental soil conserva- tion funded program on the Hank Vander Pluym farm. Ditches will be dug and a "bulleting" machine pulled over an area to fight soil salinity. The agricultural ser- vice board will apply for the provincial grant of 60 per cent of the costs. Hear more clearly without irritating background noise. Zenith's new Directional Hearing Aid. If you find that much of the sound you hear is harsh, irritating noise, then our new Directional hearing aid, the "Royal D" could be just right for you. This comfortable'aid brings you clear, rich sound at a pleasant level as it softens and reduces harsh unwanted background noise from the side and rear. Come in for a demonstration of the "Royal D" or any other aid from Zenith's line of more than 20 quality aids at no cost or obligation. Batteries for all makes of hearing aids. The quality goes in before tlie naipe goes on LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. F. A. LEISTER, Htaring AM AudiotosM Helping the hard of hearing since 7 943 Paramount Theatre Bldg. Phone 328-4080 327-2272 INDUSTRIAL WATER TREATMENT "PROBLEM" WATER CONDITIONERS There's a Culligan water conditioner to handle any water problem. Softeners, filters, deionizers, re vers% osmosis purifiers, dealkalizers, chemical feeders and chemicals. for. hardness taste and odor iron acidity, alkalinity turbidify colloid and bacteria rejection We offer a free water analysis and free engineering consultation. call 327-7867 D-120 North Mayor Magrath Drive (Andy Holmes) TO THE CITIZENS OF FORT MACLEOD the next three years will be important and exciting! GEORGE BUZUNIS has proven many times that he can provide the kind of leadership this community needs. BUSINESSMAN FAMILY MAN SPORTSMAN 600D CITIZEN EDUCATIONIST EXPERIENCED MAYOR FOR TEN YEARS Liaison with higher levels of government through personal friendship, (both Federal and Provincial) are as close as the telephone. was impressed with the character evidence where it was clearly stated by many citizens of Fort Macleod that Mr. Buzunis has been a good mayor, is a completely honest person and is a man of high principles and integrity." The Hon. W.K. Moore, Justice Supreme Court of Alberta. FOR MAYOR... Vote Buzunis George H0n COfTNImlM ;