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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta luedqy, Aori! II, 1978 IHt ttlHMlDGE HIRAID 3 Sparwood Plan Proposes Zoning SPARWOOD (HNS) Finish- ing touches were put to a draft of the zoning bylaw when mem- bers of Sparwood district coun- cil and the planning commis- sion met with planners from Underwood, McLellan and As- sociates recently. The 22-part proposal is much more comprehensive than the loning bylaws of most mu- nicipalities and compares with plus of many large cities. The plan and zoning policy will allow for the full develop- ment of the township and dis- trict in such a manner as to make it one of the most attrac- tive communities in Canada, planers said. The commission worked for more than three years on the proposals which include plan- ning for three tones in the itii- dential area. A low-density ?one is provid- ed for single-family homes; garden apartments and row houses will be in the medium- density zone; the high-density zone will provide for multiple family dwellings. Shops will be zoned into concentrated shopping centre. INDUSTRIAL Other facilities planned in the commercial area are: personal services, entertainment facili- ties and banks. Zones have been made avail able for light and heavy indus- trial uses and transport ter- minals. The proposed open land zone will provide for cemeteries and commercial recreation facili- ties. U is hoped the proposal will come before Cttincjl soon. After three readinp by coun- cil, the proposal, with revisions if necessary, will be available at the district office for study by anyone who may be inter- ested A public hearing will be held and anyone wishing to make suggestions at the hearing will be allowed to do so. Council will consider the dis- cussions during the bearings and make any changes it feels necessary. Then the proposal will become a bylaw. Vacated Natal Bertoia's Goal SPAKWOOD (I1NS) Dec. 31, 1970, is the date RDEK ad- ministrator Frank Bcrtoia is looking to as the deadline for raving everyone moved out of Natal. Offers have been made by tire RDEK to the community fund to buy the arena and curling complex. An offer has also been made to the parish council of St. Mi- chael's Roman Catholic Church to purchase church properties, dertakcn. There will be no renting of homes once they have been va- hopes for immediate negotia- tions with thcoe who have not yet sold their homes. Houses that meet with Dis- trict of Sparwood requirements may be bought hack from the RDEK and moved. First right of refusal goes to the owner. A deadline will be set as soon as accommodation is ready in Sparwood. If il'should be found neces- sary, public housing may be un- Ivunics Heads FATE; Dance Set FOREMOST (Special) -Kd- war'd Ivanics as been elected president of a new lecn-ago group called FATE. FATE slands for Foremost Alberta Teen Eslablishmenl. The aim of the organization is to cater for the needs of the leen-agers of the Foremost area. The group meets on al- ternate Sundays at the Y o u t h Centre on a regular basis. In addition to dances the Public Works Cutback Forced By Tight Money CLARESHOLM (HNS) Alberta Municipal Finance Cor- poration has advised tbe Town of Claresholm the requested loan win be limited to for capital works expenditures. Proposed public works expen- diture for this year totals more than and is itemized as follows: reservoirs, lagoons and drainage at new golf course paving of streets, 077; curb, gutters and side- walks, upgrading of al- leys in commercial area of SELECTED Slern- ko. Grade 12 student at Kate High School, Coal- dale, tat selected by tbe UBtrercHy of Chfcajo, in Uie Grass Roots Talent Search in- teruthraal c o m p e 11 tion. I was open to young men aw women who have displayed ofMtuOnf academic KUeremetit. He is the presi dert of the Kate Andrew High School Students Union and the son o[ Mr. and Mrs Sieve Skmko, UK MEMJKSHIPS Six members of the Fort Macleod Elks lodge receive life mem- berships at a recent night from Sandy Schnaar, district deputy grand exalted ruler for Alberta District 2, third from left. Gathered, left to right, are: Lawronco Dix- on, Cecil Price, Mr. Schnaar, Everett Ciuigg, Wallace Hamilton and Roy Besler, exalted ruler. Missing are Bill Stone and Leo KoeF. water and sewer and upgrading, 60; water line to cemetery fof rrigation Mayor Ernie Patterson said ie town will have to cut down on paving and street work. Council accepted with regret resignation of Harold Mac- )ougal, the assistant secreUry- jeasurer and purchasing agent, is effective April 30. Mr. Mac- >ougal will .be purchasing gent for the Foothills school di- rision at High River May 1. Town council will meet with representative of the depart- ment of transport to discuss fi- nancial assistance available to aintain the runways at the ormer RCAF station three miles west of town. The town has been advised seal coats for airport runways ire elegible for assistance un- ler the federal finance -assist- ance program The department of transport las given approval lo Calgary Inouoaklin Spawning Plan Wins Backing SPARWOOD (HNS) -A reso- ution from the Trail Wildlife Association was given unani- mous support by tbe Sparwood Chamber of Commerce recent- ly. The resolution was worded as follows: "The Trail Wildlife Associa- lion requests the support of your organization to have two small waterfalls removed or by- passed at the mouth of the In- onoaklin River which is south of Edgewood on the Arrow Lakes. "Trail Wildlife Association has a petition out to collect in excess of names to sup- port a brief which will be pre- sented to Hon. Kenneth Kier- nan, minister of conservation and recreation, in about a month. "The Hugh Keenleyside Dam was completed in 1968 and dur- ing the spring and summer of 1969 the water level was in- creased approximately 55 feet above its natural and normal level. Consequently a consider- able amount of land was- inun- dated including prime spawn. Boyle's Column Power to construct a' steel tow- er power line between tbe town I and the Clar-esholm Industrial' airport NO REPLY Town council is concerned the towers could limit the future ex- wnsion of the airport. Council written to the department but received no reply. The town win now send a wire fo the de- partment of transport regional director. UPGRADE HALL Members of the IOOF are la- king steps to upgrade their hall which is the only one of any size available lor public use. ing areas located at the mouth of most tributary streams. Some acres of land was flooded, most of which is locat- ed in the river' flats between Arrowhead and Revelsloke and the two lake basins. This result- ed in approximately 20 per cent loss of spawning grounds. "A study made by the region- al fisheries biologist habitat improvement engineer, complet- ed in December of 1969, indic- ated that the removal of or tbe construction of a bypass around the two obstacles at the mouth of the Inonoakiin river will compensate portion of these loss- es." By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP) Re- marks a college president gets tired of hearing: "There's a delegation of, outraged students waiting to see you, sir." "Your office will be quite shipshape, Dr. Bedrock, as soon as we finish sweeping up the broken window glass." "Do you teach anything at this place except "There's no point in trying lo live in an ivory tower un- less it has a moat around U." "Well, everything seems to be getting back to normal, Dr. Bedrock. The siege of the chemistry building has been lifted, and the disturbance outside the law school has subsided to minor street fight- ing." "Certainly the board feels you deserve a raise, Dr. Be- drock, but let's look at it real- istically. Alter all, you're al- ready earning more than a master plumber." "There's a delegation of outraged alumni waiting to see you, sir." DISCUSS GAP "In your considered sir, what do you think we should try to do about the generation it or widen "About the only real emer- gency .s-e have to confront this morning, Dr. Bedrock, in- volves the student infirmary. They're out of birth control pills there's a full moon tonight." "Good old Cobweb College. No wonder I'm sentimental about H. Some of tbe best riots of my life were fought here." "It's the mayor on tbe phone, sir. He says he's sorry but he has to have his police force back. City Hall is under attack." "In a way I envy you fel- lows who live the academic life. It helps pro'ect you from having to face reality." "My daughter writes and tells me she can't gel her sheepskin unless she pays fee. What I want to know, frankly, it really worth cated by the owners. These homes will remain vacant until demolished. Many homeowners in Natal have not sold their homes to the RDEK. However Mr. Breakfast Scheduled COALDALE (HNS) -The Coaldale Kinsmen Club is sponsoring its annual Mother's Day pancake breakfast from 9 a.m. to l p.m. Sunday, May 10, in the Coaldale Community Hall. Proceeds will go to community projects. Grade 6 pupils of R. I. Baker, John Davidson and St. Joseph's schools arc writing essays. The student writing the best essay will have his mother named Mother of the Day. A garden tractor will be awarded to is planning such activi-es as a car wash and bake ales. A recent bake sale real-ed Friday, May 1, the new group ill hold a dance at the Foremost Community Hall commencing at p.m. Young Quebec Tories Back Oeditistes MONTREAL (CP) The Quebec wing of the Young Progressive Conservative organization has been "quietly campaigning'1 for the Creditisles in the current Quebec election campaign, Michael Layton, provincial YPC president, said here. "After extension consultation, it has become evident that the vast majority of YPC activists will be voting for the Creditistes on April he toW a joint meeting of the YPC and the Progressive Conservative Stu-t dent Federation. "It is (he only party contest-i ing the election that is both truly federalist and dedicated to the goals of social conservatism which we are trying to promote across the whole of Canada." The Quebec YPC's are prised of Conservative party c supporters under the age of 35 11 in each of the province's 74 federal constituencies. i d Hovind Resigns SPARWOOD lovind, provincial judge serv-ng the Spanvood and Fernio area, has resigned. A former member of the B.C. >rovincial police and RCMP, Judgi Hovind served as magis-rate in Femie since 1957. He >ecame a judge in 1968. Buys Sparwood Utilities SPARWOOD (HNS) Spa wood council recently approve a resolution to sell its wale street lights and munia pal complex fo the RDEK. It will also make application for the Kalal park to be 1 catcd at Tonight TABER (HNS) The Taber Ukeside Women's Golf League will bold a meeting tonight at eight o'clock at the home of Mrs. Ivan Black 4807 56th Ave., Taber. EASED OTTAWA (CP) -Tne Dominion Bureau of Statislics reported here its index of residential building material prices eased, to 133.7 last month from 139.5 in February and 143.2 in March last year. a FAR OFF The closest the pjancl Plulc h comes to earth is Floyd Nelson Heads Golfers ACME TELEVISION LTD. Drama Workshop Set For May 9 RAYMOND (HNS) -Dr. Craig Elliott will conduct a drama workshop here May 9. Crowsnest Pass. Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PIUNTING Vtmon Dtcoux, top., llolrmon Mwm REGISTRATION FOR BEGINNERS in Cordston Elementary School For the 1970-71 term, will take plow in of flee'of the E. J, Wood School, mornings of the week of April 27th through May 1st. Children must be six (6) before the lit of January. OEORCE HAMILTON, PRINCIPAl The workshop comes lo Ray- ond courtesy the provincial ovemment. It will be held to the high chool, Tbe workshop will be open to ny interested person who will pend the full day and evening uctying drama and drama pro- uction. There U a small tee. Those interested should con- tart Mrs. Brace Galbraith, Mrs. Harlan G. Taylor or Mrs. W. W. for information. Registration is not limited to taymond and district people. COUNTRY NEWS These An Thekthlmdge Herald Correspondents In Your Area MAGRATH MRS. MIIDRID MARKIR P.O. tn MASINASIN MRS. FRANCIS MUEILER P.O. Box 329, Milk River MONARCH MRS. MCOt DIKMR r.o. oi NANTON MRS. MARY UNION P.O. 314 MOUNTAIN VlfW MRS. MAXINI HANSON Gtn. Dot. Contort Hoplo 'or yovr ONMcl or ClmtfM AoVtrtblnf FOREMOST (Special) The annual meeting of Foremost Golf Club was held in Ihe club- house recently .with a good number' in attendance. The meeting was scheduled io follow the club's opening tournament for 1970, but snow interrupted play during the first round and the tournament was abandoned. Floyd Nelson was re-elected club president Hollis Hoimyr is secretary- treasurer. Gil MeMen was elected a three-year director; George Roth, two years and Magnus Hougen, one year. Leonard Swanson was ap- pointed groundsman for a fur- ther term. The club's annual open tour- nament will be staged Sunday, June 21. Tournament committee mem- bers are Gordon Nicoli and EngwaW Hougen. The women's branch of the club will also provide repre- sentation on the committee. The club tournament for members will be held on the first Sunday in May. I I I I I I I I I OF THEIR THIRD LOCATION IN With Something to Please Everyone CONCERT THE SOUNDS OF FREEDOM Internotionallv known singing group from Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah. Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion Wed. April 29th 8 p.m. The group has appeared on the Ed Sullivan show, has presented a show at Disneyland, recorded an album for MGM, and presented concerts across Ins United Stales. Tho group toured Ihe Orient this spring, enter- taining military personnel and performing at Expo 70, in Osaka, Japan, Tkkeh oYolfoble from Doug's Music and Sport if Adults Students SPONSORED BY LOS 4th Auto Stereos Tapes Castettet Tape Recorders (4 and 1 track) Portable Radios Record Players Sttreo Sets Portable TVs Color TVs Hack and TV. NEW FREE CABLE TV HOOKUP with of any TV during ovr GRAND OPENING of Colloot Mall location from t Portables to 25" Sets e) 3-Way Combinations. NOW AT SPK1AU Grand Opening Savings! I I I I ACME TELEVISION LTD. i FOR VALUABLE DOOR PRIZES SPECIALS VALID AT BOTH LETHBRIDGE STORES FREE COFFEE Socially Purchased Now at low at..... TVs "399 I I I I I I I I I (NIXT TO THI CAKTHIA) PHONt 3JM3 "TELEVISION IS OUR MIDDLE NAME" COLLEGE MALL 535-13 STREET N. 3JS-M16 i PHONI 3Z7-4M1 ;