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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta tlay, Auguil 17, 1972 7HE LETKBRIDGE HERAID 3 Piiidter Creels. Fair opens Friday Community Hall pressed into service PINCIIICn CREEK (Special) The Pincticr Creek Commu- nity Hall, although not totally will lit; pressed into use for tlie Pinchcr Creek anil District Agriculture Society Fair's many lire concrete block building was built at a cost of ami is a welcome and needed addition to the area. The main floor consists of a banquet and dancing area capable of accommodating 400 people. Stage facilities are ac- cessible. Kitchen and bar faci- lities are located on the ground floor and two large meeting rooms arc on Ihe nimanine floor. The mezzanine floor vail ing the main floor. The need For such a building has tiecii evident (or a consid- erable time. School gymnas- iums arc being used Architect's concept of Pincher Creek's new Coaldalc planning to clamp down Teeth needed in existing bylaws COALDALE (HNS) Mayor A. F. iilakic wilh the unani- mous support of council stated owners. Until this is done to Ihe satisfaction of town offi- cials, the two-month rental tle- some posit for the site will he rc- tceth into the cxising bylaws ined by the town. The sites of the town." There arc several bylaws which are involved. Recently there appeared to be an in- creasing number of incidents of building of new houses, or addi- tions starting, without a build- ing permit being obtained. Tiuilding without first having a permit will no longer he hand- led lightly, council staled. Vio- lators will receive a summons and dealt with in court. Also, construction firms or anyone breaking sidewalks by driving over them will) heavy cquipmenl will be advised lo pay for the damages and have Ihe .sidewalks replaced, accord- ing to the town ordinances. There will be no walcr ser- vices turned on until the {lam- ages have corrected. Trailer sile.s will have lo he cleaned after the Irailers arc moved off by Hie mobile homo 'Pass fire conditions moderate are town owned. In other council news, Coal- dale has given unanimous sup- port to Lethhridge in its bid to te accepted as Ihe site ot the 1975 Canada Winter Games. The Games must he heM In a centre with population of or less, and it Leth- Success marks Sam Steele Days also have a balcony overlook- night tram October through to April. The Community Hall Society Board was formed to bring all j the service clubs and commun- j ily organizations together to every work as one txxiy. The Agricultural Hoard re- ceived a capital grant of 000 from the provincial govern- ment for use on the agricul- tural grounds. A federal gov- ernment grant through the T.ocal Initiatives Program of was received lo be used for labor costs. To get the ball rolling for the remaining local .ser- vice clubs and businesses have stepped forward with many donations with raised to date. A door-to-door canvass for funds is under way in the town and a drive will soon start in rural areas. Other projects are planned to help raise the necessary funds. Meantime, the annual Agri- cultural Fair opens Friday. Exhibits will be accepted until 1 p.m. at tlie Community Hall. Light horse judging at the 1 [-'air Grounds is also scheduled one o'clock with the junior ection at the horse arena. Sheep judging is scheduled or the livestock arena at two I o'clock with the chariot and C'huckwagon races at the Fair i "rounds at seven o'clock. i Various other events will round out opening day proceed- ngs. On Saturday, the parade rill start from the west end of own at 11 o'clock with more events and judging throughout he afternoon. Chariot and chuckwagon racing will be fea- 1 ,ured at two o'clock with the rodeo, at seven o'clock, high- ighted in Ihe evening. The rodeo finals will get under way Sunday at two PANTYHOSE One-size Nude Look. New Fall ihadei. WOOtWORTH PRICE BOYS' SKI JACKETS Sizes 8-16. WOOLWORTH PRICE Bridge's application is accent- d recreational facilities will K needed in the surrounding area to accommodate the o athletes and officials. W. D. Gelderl will be rec- ommended as Ihe County of Lctlibririge representative he committee that will pre- pare the application. Council made no decision re- CRANBROOK (Special) The eighth annual Sam Steele Days Thursday through Sunday appears the most successful yet. with various participating and soeclator events spread from Confederation Park at south limits all Ihe way up Wild Horse Creek near Fort Steele. .Johnny Bucyk of Boslon Bruins was honorary parade marshal! in the colorful hour- and-a-balf march of 150 en- tries, including IS bands. Par- ade marshall Bill Dunwoody commented on the quality of floal.s, especially city entries from as far away a-s Medicine Hat, IxUhbridgc, Vort Maclcod, Whitefish and Libby. Participators in such diver gent activities as an ail show and city core archilecl mode! to rodeo, gold panning and dancing lined Ihe mile- long pararle route (o an esli- BLAIRMORK (CNP Bureau Superintendent A. Long worth has staled that fire con dilions in tlie Crowsnesl For est area arc moderate for this time of year. For the first time in several years there have been no fires in the area. Although the weather has been coo! and wet this sum- mer, use of forest campgrounds has increased greatly over pre- vious years. The nculy-npcncd Reaver Mines Lake has been filled to every weekend. Although campfirc wood, which is provided lice, is usu- ally burned within the ground, individuals occasion- ally remove it for their own personal use. This is an offence anrl anyone apprehended faces a sliff fine. Gciic Skeilh (OUI'.S NEW DAYTON (HNS) Gene Skcith, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Skeith, was one of 250 youtig people from AS- lierla, H.C., Ontario and Que- bec recently travelled to Oltawn under the sponsorship of Educanada. They toured Ihe Parliament Buildings nncl oth er points of interest in Ollawa During the trip, they also visited Queen's University in Kingston, took a bus lour Ihe SI. Lawrence Seaway intc New York state, a boat cruise j on the Ottawa River before lia- vt'lling to Montreal. mated tally ranging from xxi to Major opening Day event was the theatre pageant at 'hich Heather Holdaway was named Days Sweetheart lor 1972-73, succeeding Mary Pas- :uzzo. Attendants from the nine competitors (ire Shane Swansoi >nd Marcie Pighin. Thirty nine rafts compete; in the six-mile Koolcnay Kiver race from Bummer's Flats to Steele with winners Car inrt Clarence Podia at one hour and 10 minutes, and Ihe Nightingale brothers second. Saturday midnight d r a v which followed band display and fireworks near Balmcnt Park resulted in winning of the Kinsmen Car Raffle by Richard Griffiths of Cranbrook. Finals in various sports tourna- ments in the three days of cele- brations concluded the action Sunday. It was Ihe first year in office for chairmen Jim Nicol and Hick Spooner, with program preparation under way since January. Financing is based on small surplus from 1971, a city grant, booster button sales and 10 per cent of the gross from approved included functions by organizations in the four days. Excellent attendance at all events indicates a likey small surplus again, but hooks will not he closed and accounts pub- lished al least until October, the chairmen cautiously re- poil. MEN'S HOSIERY 100% nylon WOOIVVORTH PRICE ENGLISH BISCUITS garding the purchase of a new :irp siren. Councillor Williams Martens recommended acceptance of id of on a 10 horsepower unit and S174.50 for a program clock. Council decided to war until the 1973 budget is pre- pared before making a final de cision. The Alberta Emergency Mea sures Operation will be conlact ed to sec if funds arc availabl lor a siren. Council received a task force brief from a committee of the provincial municipal affairs de- partment. A study is planned to prepare recommendations and resolutions. The former police depart- ment office in the town office basement will be used by the Tiarons Eureka social services department, headquarters [or a psychologist to be named soon. o'clock. Another highlight of the fair will be the Barley and Hops Beer Festival in the Memorial Community Centre Saturday with preparations under way to serve people. Volunteers from various clubs and organizations will he in charge during open hours from 12 noon to 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. to a.m. SUDDEN BEAUTY HAIR SPRAY 16 oz, size WOOLWORTH PRICE VASELINE INTENSIVE CARE LOTION 14 fl. oz. size WOOLWORTH PRICE PROTEIN SHAMPOO REAOYMAOE FARM WOMEN'S CLUB 51h ANNUAL SOCIAL EVENING SATURDAY, AUGUST 19lh Dnncinij p.m. a.m. GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB Supper Refreshments Phono 3-15-4282 or 3-15-4350 for Tiekc Couple honored NATAL