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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Wedneidoy, September 2, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 RDEK Seeks Electronic Processing NATAL, B.C. (HNS) The Regional District of East Kootenay will recommend es- tablishment of an electronic data processing plan within the Association of Kootenay and Boundary Municipalities. Skyrocketing administrative costs in the past five years ori- ginally prompted the AK and BM to look into the plan. A study was initiated and was siuuv was imuaica ami was carried out by AVG. Manage- refusing the appoint ___..i -c n..-......._ chief "mouse-catcher' ment Sciences of Vancouver. For the study, the provincial government paid and the Regional Districts of Kootenay Boundary, Central Kootenay shared the bal- ance on a per-capita basis. The study found that stan- dardization of methods would be desirable, that present pro- cedures were becoming more and more inadequate, and that a common system would be practical. The committee looking into the matter for the AK and BM was chaired by Reeve Harper, clerk-administrator of Nelson, and included Albert Mitchell of Trail, Eric Wilmott of Nelson, Bland Hoover of Cranbrook, Don Torgeson of Kimberley, and Frank Be'rtoia of Cran- brook. It recommended accept- ance of the study and imple- mentation of EDP on a grad- ual basis throughout the three regional districts. The centre of the system would be in Cranbrook, where space is available and other factors contribute to the prac- ticibility of administering the system in that city. The RDEK resolution at the meeting will state the district's willingness to participate, on the same basis as hospital costs are shared, if the other districts are also willing to par- ticipate. Costs would be shared on a basis proportionate to school tax assessments. Win Awards TABER (HNS) Three high been proposed by regional plan- school graduates in the Taber ner Albert Miller for the board s municipality won awards of consideration, each from the Odd Gennes The policy suggestions, which Scholarship Fund. were asked for by the board's Miss Margaret Friesen, planning committee would fit Vauxhali; Miss Wendy Jean- in with the regional plan. ....j regional plan is nearing completion, and will be brought uei-s 01 uie awaiu tu dtuucuij, to the board before the end of entering hospital careers, were the year. Work on it has been introduced to the members of proceeding for nearly four the Taber General Hospital years, board at the recent meeting. Under the plan, about 20 per The students were given a cent of the total area in the rlis- guided tour of the hospital fol- trict will be zoned for parks- lowing a supper arranged by national, provincial, regional the dietary staff of the hospital, and community parks. nette Dick, Hays; and Miss Maggie Tamtam, Taber, win- ners of the award to students Jordan Refuses Appointment Mouse Hole Spurs Controversy By PAUL ANDERSEN Herald News Service CLARESHOLM The Wil- low Creek school division will items as fire extinguishers and first aid kits. Four extinguishers and four first aid kits were recently sto- School trustee Mike Jordan told the recent meeting he was itment as 'mouse-catcher" for the division, a remark that brought laughter to the other- wise serious deliberations of the board. Mi-. Jordan said he had re- ceived a complaint about a mouse hole at the home econ- omics room of the high school at Fort Macleod but he felt this was the responsibility of the administration or custo- dian. The school superintendent re- marked that poison could not be used to tackle the problem as the room was being used for food preparation. The board agreed to have the hole fixed to keep out the unwant- ed guests. The board approved pur- chase and installation of a dimming light control panel for the stage of the composite high school at a cost of a weatherproof lighting panel for the language laboratory at 5254 from Thiessen Van Hooft. The board has accepted the mediation services of J. B. Adams, director of labor rela- tions of the province, to try and settle the teacher salary dispute at a meeting agree- RDEE Continues Urban Renewal SPARWOOD (HNS) At the contribution will be decided af- regular meeting _ of ter the: plan is presented Councillor Cimolini reported on to continue to try for a settle- ment. The board decided not to re- place the guidance councillor as the principals are willing to do tliis service for this next term. School superintendent H. Ross outlined some of the ad- vantages of educational TV. "There are some tremendous films available in the social tions for six to at- studies and biology be said. tend the Canadian Education Association meeting which will The value of a TV camera be held in Edmonton this year was to record an exceptionally to meet with oilier trustees and good lesson and to help teach- ministers of education from ers improve their methods. The across Canada. board will look into the ways UQcUU Will JUlm JMWJ LIU; vv ujo pw and means of making use of cd the Slavery school had been this in Die future. Trustees will make reserva unciuor uuuumu _.-.. a meeting held in Cranbrook presentation to council for a of the parties concerned with sub-division planned the Urban Renewal project. Fred Rendal property in the he urban nenewai JM.UJW.-I.. The main outcome of the Elk. Valley. Council generally meeting was the announcment supported the proposal but be- tote to the [owns water supply the propo- ;al will have to be submitted n wa that the Regional District of cause ofjto the East Kootenay will continue with the administration of the Urban Renewal scheme and not to the engineering firm retained drop it at the end of the year by the district. A final decision as they bad previously re- on the proposal will be made lved at a special meeting of council. survey should be taken if the district feels that such housing may be necessary. In response to a letter from the Union of British Columbia sale o Municipalities, council decided it will be prepared to partici- pate in a portion of the cost of program of vaccinations for RDEK Parks Policy Proposed NATAL, B.C. (HNS) A parks policy for the Regional District of East Kootenay has Mr. Miller has suggested that, the board request the right, to suggest sites of uniqueness and areas of extreme natural beauty to be set aside National Parks. As for Provincial Parks, the policy suggestion is that the board request the right to de- mand from the provincial gov- ernment to protect certain areas in the region from unde- sirable or destructive develop- ment and for this purpose to be set aside as provincial parks. Regional parks would be ac- quired, developed, operated and maintained by Hie board in ac- cordance with the B.C. Region- al Parks Act. and now from Herb's Western Wear setting the South Country's image with selection and quality western clothing Herb Shector suggests A WESTERN SUIT by PRINCE CLOTHING Our new fall selection of colors and styles now complete. Choose from a variety of weights, patterns, and finishes in Pure Virgin woolj. AVAILABLE IN: "RODEO MAN'S STYLE" 3 button, single breasted, with both back and front yokes. I "THE CORRAL MAN" 3 button single breasted, with fapered waist on coat with swing-back pleats, breast pocket, no yokes. I "DOUBLE BREASTED" With breast pocket, back yoke, and high side vents, ft 3-PIECE "TOWN AND COUNTRY" Complete suit plus co-ordinating plain color pants for less formal occasions available in baih rodeo man and corral man styles. Priced from 89.95 1 34.95 All of the above styles are available in born boot cut and flare legs. See our selection of co-ordinating WESTERN SPORT COATS AND WESTERN DRESS PANTS A COMPLETE SELECTION OF WESTERN SHIRTS by Kantian and Tem-Tex DRESS WESTERN SHIRTS Permanent press in solids, stripes, and neat patterns. Priced from Remember Just Say "CHARGE fT" trie easy WESTERN WAY 01 Kerb1! CASUAL WESTERN SHIRTS In bold checks and patterns, extra long tail. Complete size range. to 16.95 Priced at 7.95 PLUS A COMPLETE LINE OF ACCESSORIES If it's WESTERN or RUGGED and if it's NEW you'll find it FIRST at WESTEEN WEIB GRAIN TAKEN IN TRADE FOR MERCHANDISE 308 5th Street S. Phone 328-4726 Gerald Brownell made a The recommendations of the advisory planning committee These include entered and two typewriters stolen. Trustees approved a motion by George Willis that they sponsor a "work experience program" in which students in the vocational program could spend part of a s c h o ol day working in an industry. SCHOOL ONLY A committee of the board will meet with officials of the Thompson Hutterito colony near Fort Macleod to discuss a proposal to use the old church building exclusively for a school when the colony builds a new church. Trustee Bob Lindsay said he would like to see the minister of education give more guid- ance to boards on community ise of school facilities. "We are going to have to come up with something soon. The schools belong to the whole community and not only to the principals and school boards." Mr. Ross added: "The board should encourage towns to build then1 curling rinks on the school grounds for joint school and community use for a carpet shop and its to Jack Loo and G. L. for a grocery-meat out- plot plan for St. Mi- a were ap- proved subject to further ap- proval by the Department of Highways. The resignation of Mil Matio- sack as chairman of the board left a membership vacan- cy Ron Penner was appointed to the vacancy by council. Cookie Cimmolini was ap- pointed chairman of the board and his name will be proposed to the Regional District .of the East Kootenay as the Sparwood representative for the Technical Planning Board. Council instructed the muni- cipal clerk to send a letter of appreciation to Mr. Matiosack for his work as the planning board chairman. The finance committee of council was authorized to visit Canmore to view the new muni- cipal complex established in that community. A new district office, council chamber and fire hall will soon be required in Sparwood and the finance committee is study- ing a number of proposals. Horse Clinic Scheduled have been made "Monte Foreman' Clinic. and clinic are being taken now ination 627-1322. For further information, con- tact the recreation office at 627-4322. Trustee George Willis report- Textbook Rental Fees Unclianged PINCHER CREEK (Special) Pincher Creek school divi- sion board recently considered details for the opening of its schools Thursday, Sept. 3. Textbook rental fees were es- tablished at the same rate as for previous years: Grades 7 to 6 Grades 7 to 9 Grades 10 to 12 Parents are reminded once again that pencils, erasers and scribblers or looseleaf paper ere supplied to each student but other school items are to be purchased at local stores. The from board heard maintenance report foreman Harold Bruns on his attendance for the second year in a row at a custodial maintenance school held at Calgary. TELEVISION The board decided to rent a camera to accompany the free use of a videotape recorder and television set provided by the department of education for a four-month period. Changed attendance proced- ures under the new school act were discussed with a repre- sentative from the Indian af- fairs branch. The local atten- dance officer, E. J. Allen, has been officially appointed to deal with enforcement of attendance and truancy. An official presentation was forwarded to the advisory com- PINCHER CREEK mittee for innovative projects The Pincher Creek regional to seek department of educa- narks and recreation board has tion support for a plan for diag- announced that arrangements nostic, prescriptive and follow .._ i- up action for reading and learn- to host a Horseman's ing difficulties for the primary school children. Mrs. R. Zulciw- Pat Wysa of Conrad, Mont., sky of Canyon School will be involved with this group exper- will be the instructor. He is authorized by Konte Foreman iencing some difficulty with to conduct these clinics on his reading and learning in gen- behalf. Registrations for Uie films _al. Grade and Grade 12 exam- 8T1C1 C1U11U iti'B IJBiiig unveil .nun niubiuu rGSUltS IOr UJC pa at the Pincher Creek Recreation school year were studied. The office, Box 159 or phone winner of the governor-gen- eral's award in Grade 9 for the Pincher Creek Crows- nest area has not yet been announced. Elk Valley Citizens Form Ratepayers' Group SPARWOOD (HNS) Resi- dents of the Elk Valley met recently to form a resident as- sociation which can speak with a collective voice on such mat- ters as the zoning bylaw of the Kegional District of the East Kootenay. George, Fedorck, a director of the regional district represen- ting the residents of the Elk Valley was invited to attend the meeting. Preliminary arrangements were made for the organization of an association and these ar- rangements will be finalized at a meeting to be held at Ralph Eckles' ranch. The group plans to prepare counter proposal for the zones required within the Elk Valley. The representatives at the meeting were particularly disturbed that the Regional District of the East Kootenay had prepared a zoning bylaw More District On Pago 10 affecting them without first consulting them. The immediate objective of the group is to delay the pas- sage of the bylaw until an al- ternative plan can be develop- ed. The group at the meeting also prepared a telegram for the Honorable Dan Campbell asking for permission to attend a special meeting of the East Kootenay Regional District which is about to bo called to discuss the opposition of the Elk Valley residents to the Re- gional Districts zoning plan. The group was also concerned with the sale of Government lands for the new lownsite at Boinin Creek when privately owned land is available for sale in the vicinity. Several residents arc under the impression that the land being used lor the townsite is parkland. George Fcdorek, regional representative for the RDEK reports that better communica- tions between the RDEK and residents of the valley have been established as a result of Ibis meeting. Our Fall Stock has arrived... Shop now (for an excellent choice of styles and materials at genuine Harvest Savings! 7-PIECE UVSNG ROOM Consists 4 Sealer Sofa and Chair. 2 Step Tobies. 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