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Drumheller Mail (Newspaper) - May 30, 1990, Drumheller, Alberta I z to 8g Libs pig be g i stature Ejvor a. Auta. T5k 236 in in i a v in serving As the Delia times the Carbon chronicle the Drumheller Valley news and Drumheller this week registered your pizza hotline phone 823-6869 for fast pickup free delivery in own 9 00 . To 2 00 . Sunday to Hun Aday 9.00 . To 4 00 . Friday amp saturday Waldorf restaurant a a 1 St. West amp railway Avenue weather by Brenda Debona Drumheller a weather will soon be broadcast on radio and . Stations throughout the province. Mayor Jim Fisher has been working on obtaining a weather station service for the City since january. The initial problem was financial constraints. The Federal government assist with the capital costs according to Fisher. At the regular City Council meeting on tuesday May 22, John Sparling Drumheller and District chamber of Commerce president told Council the chamber would give $4,600 to help cover capital Costa. The Drumheller regional economic Quot development authority have offered the same amount in principle. Environment Canada has estimated capital costs at $9,200. Ongoing costs will be $4,200 per year if weather updates Are available 24 hours a Day once an hour. Quot at first they environment Canada offered us coverage from 6 00 . 6 00 . But i feel we should go All the Way Quot said Fisher. The extra coverage will amount to an additional $800 a year. The City is going to ask the Federal government to cover the ongoing costs. Quot i feel we Are entitled to it because the City has raised the capital costs and the Federal government pays the ongoing costs for other albertan weather Drumheller a temperature humidity wind and precipitation will be recorded hourly by a computer in Edmonton. Quot environment Canada will release these stats on the Canadian press weather wire Edmonton and the automatic Telephone service Calgary. Representatives of environment Canada from Edmonton will be in Drumheller in Early june to select a location. According to regulations the to meter meteorological Tower cannot stand on top of a building but must stand on a grassed area. Mayor Fisher originally undertook the project for two reasons. Quot first to make Drumheller Alberta president to address next local chamber meeting or. Wilt Barra Noik newly elected president of the Alberta chamber of Commerce will be the keynote speaker at the june 5 meeting of the Wilt Barra Noik Drumheller and District chamber of Commerce. Or. Barra Noik a prominent business Man from fort Saskatchewan Alberta has a lengthy history of chamber involvement. He was a Board member of his own chamber for seven years and president for two years and a member of the Board of the Alberta chamber for three years. He is also a director of the chamber insurance corporation of Canada and a member of the Small business committee of the Canadian chamber of Commerce. His business background is in both retail and wholesale and he is presently president and ceo of Northtown paint and Wal covering centers and wallpaper paint superstores Canada. Or. Barra Noik will speak on the Many aspects of the chamber movement and on the benefits of belonging to this world wide organization. Also on the program for this meeting will be or. Tony Mayer a former chamber president mrs. Doris Poland of the Homestead museum and or. Al Nagel of Alberta Power. As Well the Drumheller High school band will give a special performance. Break in occurs at Golf club a break in at the Dinosaur Trail Golf and country club resulted in the theft of Beer liquor and cigarettes. The Accident occurred Between the hours of 9 00 ., sunday May 27 and 7 30 ., monday May 28. Approximately 40 cases of Beer 15 bottles of hard liquor and 15 Cartons of cigarettes were stolen. One or two persons smashed a window reached through and opened the door according to Constable Scott Parker. Drumheller . Are still investigating. A it s it of a Imil How a a a if a i View a a a a a . A Sak n j its not As easy As it looks the Central school . Classes held their annual picnic last thursday morning at Centennial Park. The students participated in a variety of races which included the three legged race. It May look easy but Many had a hard time keeping in step with the partner and ended up on the ground just As Josh Green and great Relief displayed when murder mystery solved by Brenda Debona Drumheller a first murder mystery weekend has been solved. Norma Hawthorne from Calico Lane was murdered by Bevan Wrate of be Van Scott. The murder scene was reenacted at the Drumheller memorial Arena on saturday evening for a crowd of approximately 50. Bevan Wrate was walking past one hour photo masters in downtown Drumheller when he saw Norma in the store. On his Way in to the camera shop to visit with her he found a letter opener on the ground just outside the door. He picked it up and went in. Norma explained to him that she could not open the Back of her camera. Bevan tried to help her pry it open with the newly found letter opener. But because the letter opener Bent Bevan tossed it to the ground. Then being the conscientious hair Dresser that he is Bevan pulled a pair of scissors from his Pant pocket. After struggling to open the Back of the camera with his scissors he finally succeeded in his task but alas also stabbed Norma with the scissors when the Back flew Logan Peters did. The parents grandparents and family members had a morning of fun some participating while others just enjoyed watching. Mas photo by b. Campbell air plane ride for . Donation Drumheller residents Are invited to take in a Scenic View of the Valley. Come to the Drumheller Airport on saturday june 9, or sunday june to make a donation of $30 or More to St. . And one of the pilots from the Drumheller flying club will take you for a 20-minute air plane ride. All proceeds go directly to . Pilots aircraft and operating expenses All donated free of charge. Pilots for the Days include Randy Hein Bui Rosgen Pete Cardamone amp Tom Montgomery Brian Mushaty Tom Foley amp Don Loro Gord Denzler amp John Shannon Joe Buchanan and Dick Coe. If the weather is unsuitable for flying the rides will be offered saturday june 16, and sunday june 17. Company a Cornin to City signs fire agreement or Rel museum. Of Lilac ontology week ending May 27, 1990 Bevan Wrate of Bevan Scott was taken away by City . Officers Constable John caul and Corporal . Stone. He was found guilty of Norma Hawthorne a murder in Drumheller a first murder mystery weekend. I a w Evan was scared. He picked. He fled. Ott Hampton Mai Street gramme coordinator said ice ived 96 Correct answers i the 400 responses. First place Winner of $500 was Randy Scott. Second place Winner of $200 was Willard Wettlauffer. Third place Winner of $100 was Darren Gross. Each Winner represented the super Sam social club. The club is donating $400 of their winnings to . Paula Bertamini one of a kind Diemert Home hardware each won $100 for the Best staff and store participation during the promotion. The murder mystery weekend was sponsored by the Drumheller and District chamber of Commerce and the Mai Street programme. Hamilton said he thought the promotion was a Success. Quot it was the first time out. Everybody makes mistakes. We had a Good turnout and those who participated had fun with when and if a murder mystery weekend is held again in the City different rules will apply. Each applicant will Only be allowed to fill out one entry form and staff of participating businesses will not be allowed to1 enter. More on Page 3 by Brenda Debona the City of Drumheller has signed an agreement with the Drumheller correctional institution concerning the role of the Drumheller fire department in the event of a Fife at the pen. The agreement comes As a result of an incident which occurred at the Penitentiary in june 1987. At that time a riot broke out and the fire department was called to assist with a fire. Because the inmates were not secured fire chief Jack Samuel Felt his Crew was in danger and did not let them enter the building. The new agreement states that the senior officer at the scene of the fire has the authority to refuse to enter any Penitentiary buildings of he feels they Are not secured. He May leave fire fighting equipment for Penitentiary staff to use. The agreement is the first of its kind and will be used As a Model agreement for other cities throughout Alberta according to mayor Jim Fisher. City Council passed the agreement at the last regular Council meeting. 2,200,000 2,184,499 2,000,000 visitors to Date j /

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