Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
'Pass home okayed By VEEN DECOUX Crowsncst Pass Bureau BLAIRMORE Mayor George Wait, councillors L. R. Amundsen, Don Dececco, Ernie Luini, Ernie Fanlin, Wallace Aebli and Sam Goodman have been sworn to office. Committees formed include, (with the first named as chair- finance, L. R. Amund- sen and Don Dececco; public works, Wallace Aebli and Sam Goodman; electrical, Sam Goodman and Ernie Luini; sew- er and water, L. R. Amundsen and Ernie Fantin; police, Ernie Luini and Wallace Aebli; health and welfare, Ernie Fantin and Ernie Luini and recreation, Don Dececco and Sam Goodman, Town representatives on var- ious organizations are Emer- gency Measures Organization, Ernie Luini; Oldman River Re- gional Planning Commission, Don Dececco; Crestview Lodge, Wallace Aebli; Chinook Health Unit, Ernie Luini; Preventive Social Service, Sam Goodman; safety committee, Dr. L. R. Amundsen, and urban renewal, Mayor George Waft. A bylaw regarding the forma- tion of a senior citizens' foun- dation, to be constructed in the immediate vicinity of the Crowsnest Pass General Hospi- tal, was approved. Council passed a curfew by- law ordering all minors 16 years of age and under to be off the streets and away from public buildings unless accom- panied by a parent or guardian by p.m. each evening. A penalty clause to charge par- ents is included in the bylaw. Hallowe'en will be marked Saturday, Oct. 30. IN HOSPITAL NOELEFORD (HNS) Mrs. Gladys Ronney is a patient in the Picture Butte Hospital. Pass words Defensive driving taught COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Dave Lawrence of the Alberta Safety Council instructed a course recently on defensive driving. It was held at the Crowsnest Pass Consolidated High School. A total of 30 persons includ- ing truck drivers, school bus drivers and other persons in- terested in improving their ing attended. It consisted of lectures, films and discussions to bring out prevention of accidents despite the actions of other drivers or when one encounters adverse driving conditions. It was sponsored by preven- tive social services. Elk Valley zoning bylaiv NATAL (HNS) The Re- gional board of East Kootenay at its last meeting voted to change acreage stipulations in its proposed zoning bylaw for the Elk Valley region and de- cided to send the re-worded bylaw to the department of municipal affairs for approval. The move came after a rec- ommendation from the board's planning committee that the 80 acre clause be deleted and one, five and 20 acre sub- divisions be substituted. The board favored the move, but agreed to a change sug- gested by RDEK chairman Stan Wilson, who said he thought "smaller pare els" would be preferable to "one- acre." Joins Wise Owl Club NATAL (HNS) Kaiser Re- sources Limited is now a mem- ber of the Wise Owl Club of Canada, sponsored by the Ca- nadfen National Institute for the Blind. Chapters of the club are formed "to encourage vision conservation and to provide recognition for those persons in industry whose sight has been saved through conscientious use of safety eyewear." The Wise Owl Club of Ameri- ca was formed in 1947. Coaldale awaits word COALDALE (HNS) Wait until after the provincial cabi- net meeting Oct. 19 to be in- formed on the grant for the new police building, said the newly-appointed attorney gen- eral in a telephone con- versation with Herb Fletcher, town municipal secretary. The promise by the previous government was for a grant. But with the changeover after the election, a freeze has been put into affect until all programs are studied. The town's request will be dis- cussed at the cabinet meeting. Reply from the cabinet on the matter has been assured but no promise given whether or not the grant is forthcoming. Without it the town would not go ahead with the building. Day earlier COUTTS (IINS) By special decree of the village council, Mayor W. J. Gaits has an- nounced that Hallowe'en will be celebrated in Coutts this year on Saturday, Oct. 30, instead of Sunday, Oct. 31. Thundoy, Oclobtr 21, 1971 _ THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 5 Miss Gainna Melon showered at Natal NATAL (HNS) A shower was held recently in St. Mi- chael's Hall here to honor Miss Gainna Melon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Melon of Crowsnest. She was escorted by Miss Mary Karay and Mrs. Joanne Birch, both of Blairmore. They assisted with the gifts Her mother, Mrs. Anthony Melon, also assisted. The evening was spent with guests playing games of whist and bingo. 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Cool- dale Fish and Game Association committee chairman in charge of the local Alberta Hunter Training and Conserva- tion course, stands beside successful hunting students, from left: Otto Lenz, Willie Granson, Tim McLennan, Tony Mortens, Bob Wall, Stanley Galant and Stephen Gallant. Missing are students Rob Ober and Woyne Berglund. Cer- tificates were presented by provincial wildlife officer Charles Dougherty of Lethbridge. Fired at Fernie, Ross gets elected CRANBROOK (SpeciaD- Joint statement of claim for wrongful dismissal has now been filed by their legal coun- sel in Vancouver Supreme Court registry by fired city em- ployees assistant clerk G. M. Robertson; former work su- perintendent E m i 1 Erickson and former city recreation di- rector R. L. DeArmond. The three men were dismiss- ed earlier this year on unani- mous council vote. F. C. Hislop is now prepar- ing the city defence to their separate statements. Mr. Rob- ertson was former long time clerk collector, Mr. Erickson city works superintendent, and Mr. DeArmond bad been in his post seven years. Next stage of the pro- ceedings, not expected imme- diately, would be examination for discovery, probably in C'ranbrook as being the most convenient location for witness- es, which could then be follow- cdy by formal supreme court hearing, or alternatively sep- arate or joint settlement. At Fornie William Ross, Its long-time works superintendent also fired last spring, filed claim for wrongful dismisal the and reinstatement which court denied. In an aldermanic byelection recently to fill an incompleted term, "Mr. Ross was the win- ner in a three-way vote in which nearly half Fernie s voters balloted. He is now a member of the Fernie city council which fired him. Of registered Fernie voters, 955 balloted. Score was Ross: 476, Brian Hobwood 407; and Red Bukarak 69. Three bal- lots were spoiled. 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