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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta E. Kootenay board raps land freeze Thursday, October II, LtTHBfHDOE HIP.ALO-19 CRANBROOK, B.C. The Regional District of East Kootenay directors have come out in opposition to the 1973 Land Commission Act which temporarily froze agricultural land holdings. The board is now seeking authority from the province to determine use of all land un- der RDEK jurisdiction. RDEK officials say land-use rules, mapped by the B.C. Land Commission following public hearings earlier this year, conflict with regional land-use plans and zoning bylaws and should not have priority. Administrator Frank Ber- toia appealed for additional time and approximately 000 for the cost of a professional land use survey by Acres Consulting Services Limited. RDEK planner Eugene Lee said he believed the Land Commission had not grasped the commercial and industrial diversity of the Rocky Moun- tain Trench area, in which currently assessed agricultural land through the freeze cannot be used for other purposes until the Land Commission standardizes plans for all regional districts. Some are small idle parcels, both municipal and rural, and in fast developing East Kootenay are effectively blocking development. Herald- District Fort Macleod students take class into country FORT MACLEOD (Special) Southern Alberta classrooms are expanding into the country to the museums, the farms and the mountains and students are getting first hand knowledge of the Southern Alberta land- scape. One such tour involved 109 pupils from the G. R. Davis School science class. Pupils explored the district from Fort Macleod to the Crowsnest Pass studying geology, vegetation and soil, land use and land settlement. Sharon Malec, who teaches the course, feels the annual trip makes all the things they talk about come alive. lest ranci original log house on Milvalne ranch west of Porcupine Hills Supper set NEW DAYTON (HNS) United Church women here will sponsor a turkey supper Oct. 28. The next group meeting will be at Mrs. Leif Trockstad's Nov. 13. District home economist, Marilyn Tatem will demonstrate Christmas handicrafts at that meeting. Schools to close CLARESHOLM (HNS) Schools in the Willow Creek division will be closed Oct. 24 while teachers attend a seminar at the Willow Creek Composite High School here. Workshops on the latest teaching methods will be con- ducted by guest consultants. More district page 29 Trustee won't seek new term CLARESHOLM (HNS) George Willis, school board policy committee chairman, says he will not run for office again when his term expires this fall. Mr. Willis has served on the board for 11 years. Nominations for trustee elections in Nanton, Stavely and Claresholm close Oct. 31. Coffee boycott backed OTTAWA (CP) The Cana- dian Labor Congress is back- ing a boycott of coffee from Angola in support of an in- dependence movement in the Portuguese African colony. Donald MacDonald, presi- dent of the 1.8 million- member congress, said in a release that Canadians should stop drinking coffee imported by three companies from that country. About 13 per cent of ,coffee sold here is from Angola. The South in short 187 register for hockey COALDALE (HNS) A total of 187 children have registered for minor hockey for the 1973-74 season in the South Oldmar, River region. Operation of the hockey programs is a joint effort of the Coaldale and District Minor Hockey Association and the South Oldman River Recreation department. Three squirts, five pee wee, three bantam, two midget and one juvenile team have been formed. Tourism meeting planned COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Bob Riddell, president of the Crowsnest Pass Citizens Tourist Association, has call- ed a general meeting, open to everyone interested in tourism, in the Satellite Restaurant in Coleman Oct. 31 at 7 p.m. Missionary speaks MONARCH (HNS) A missionary from Sudan was guest speaker at a recent con- ference of the Reformed Christian Service. Lilian Huisken, R.N., spoke to 42 women including visitors from Great Falls and Conrad, Crowsnest Pass Bureau Vernon DCCOIH, RMktent 562-2144 Church Women guild For Mont. sent to Africa NEW DAYTON (HNS) ladies were also informed the The Catholic Women's League church exterior will be will send to the Malawi painted and the bazaar will be Mission in Africa. held Nov. 14. At a recent league meeting, 32413th Street North NORTH LETHBRIDGE "YOUR PRO STORE FOR HARD-TO-FIND HARDWARE" Phone 328-4441 POINTS THE WAY TO GREAT SAVINGS ON THESE TIMELY PRICED ITEMS. 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Criminal code cases remained unchanged for three months at eight, covering im- paired driving, public dis- trubances, assault, false pretences, and arson. Highway Traffic cases showed a marked im- provement, dropping from 34 in August to 19 in September mainly speeding and stunting offences. Liquor related offenses also dropped off from 29 to 14, and during September 15 ad- ditional persons were arrested for intoxication, and were released after sobering up in the police cells. There were six motor veicle accidents with damage over and nine of lesser damage. 40 apply as illegal immigrants BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Canada Manpower Centre at Blairmore reports that approximately 40 local citizens made enquiries regarding their legal status in Canada under the Canada Im- migration amnesty program which closed Monday. Only one person, from India who came to Canada in August, 1972 from India, was assumed to be in Canada il- legally. 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