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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Developer plans complex on 30 acres in Cranbrook CRANBROOK Cloverlawn Investments and Cloverlawn Developments Ltd. of Vancouver plan to Police watch mowmobilers at Raymond RAYMOND RCMP members here are cracking down on snowmobile operators who are contraven- ing the town bylaw. Police say a number of riders are using the snow rigs in undesignated areas. The bylaw prohibits those under 14 years from operating these machines in town. Snow machines are per- mitted in Victoria Park until 11 p.m. A map in the town hall in- dicates streets and town areas where the machines may be used. gas well areas moved BROOKS The energy resources conservation board has granted a request made by about 30 Brooks area farmers that target areas for oil and gas well drilling will be located in one corner rather than in the centre of quarter sections. R. board chair- and J. chairman of the surface rights indicated that target areas would be moved. The board to interfere as little as possible with good fanning Farmers earlier indicated concern that drilling in the middle of their quarters interferes with their farming operation and cuts up fields. Ed land manager of Merland Ex- plorations said moving target areas to a corner of the quarter would reduce cost of drilling because less acreage would be required for access roads. RECORD PRICE LONDON The Na- tional Gallery of has paid for Val a landscape by -the 18th century artist Joseph William Turner. The purchase is the highest amount ever paid for an English artist's work. See Your Favorite DEALER Leister's Ltd. 715-4th S.. Uthbrldge- build a square foot hotel- motel-store complex here next year. Carl and Ken McGowen of Vancouver head the two com- panies. Cranbrook is slated for the major development of enterprises at Prince Williams Fort St. James and Kitimat. It would complete the aborted Tamarack Inn at 12th St. N. and expand east and southward into its assembled land parcel. Large segments of professional business men and people in many varieties of work in Cranbrook are silent members of a score or more of com- which could account for a cool attitude toward out- side developers. The Cloverlawn start here was last year's modest assembly on Cranbrook St. between 2nd and Streets North where house demolition is now under way toward a small shops complex. The idea for the larger development nine blocks north stemmed from this beginning. The brothers plan a late 1974 spring start on the a single-storey which would provide about 70 almost equal to the number of existing shops in the Baker-. Mall business section. The plan sets completion by 1975. Zoning on either side of Cranbrook St. is a catch-all since in its earlier days it ribbon- developed the highway sides with gas and industry with expansion on Joseph Prairie eastward near- ly a half-mile into market gar- single and multiple- housing to what are now east city limits. Railway tracks prevented this westward to the former city where strict in- dustrial zoning was establish- ed when it became the In- dustrial Park. Clubs honor life members COALDALE Honorary life memberships were awarded to Norman Ober and Mutt Tsukishima at the annual Coaldale Kinsmen Club and Coaldale Rotary Club Christmas party. Both men have been recognized for 14 years of work and for the club's projects during these years. Curt Kinsmen was also honored with a plaque for the Out- standing Kinsmen Award in the 1972-1973 Kinsmen year. This begun last is to recognize Kinsmen who club members have work- ed most for that year. District calendar The Blairmore Lions Club will erect its community Christmas car this week at the Blairmore Royal Canadian Legion and people who want to have their names placed on the card can do so by donating to the Lions club Mothers of the Blairmore Girl Guides are holding a bake sale in a local mail order office Satur- day from 1 to 5 p.m. with a novelty and white elephant table. Report your news to.... The Lethbridge Herald i Correspondent in Your Area 1 STIRLING 1 MRS. F. B. ZAUGQ ..................................756-3324 1TABER I R08SOIBB........................................223-22S2 I TURIN I MRS.PAULJUHAR .................................738-4394 I TYRELL'S LAKE MRS. HOWARD HAMUNO ...........................842-J283 MRS. R.W. POWERS ................................6M-2369 1 WARNER MRS. PEARL LIEBELT...............................642-3610 SPARWOOD MRS. MOLLY LATKA ................................42S-6617 Contact these people for your District News or Classified Advertising -The District Crowsnest Pass pool has deficit BLAIRMORE Blairmore's share of the deficit incurred by the Crowsnest Pass Swimming Pool is Recreation director Bonnie Ully told Blairmore coun- cillors the pool's revenue was Expenses totalled Villages of Frank and Bellevue and Improvement District 5 will pick up the balance of the deficit.. Council learned hostesses will be required for the Southern Alberta Winter Games in 1975. Candidates for Winter Games in the Crowsnest Pass will be restricted to Blair- more since it is the only com- munity financing a represen- tative to attend the Winter Games meetings at Lethbridge. Council received word from the energy conservation board that hearings on the proposed Calgary Power Z40 KVA Construction value nears million CRANBROOK City building inspector John Davis issued 19 building per- mits in November to authorize construction valued at A total of 341 permits this year have authorized construction valued at including 133 hous- ing starts. Comparative figures for 1973 were 363 including 215 housing unit starts valued at in a year which established the ex- isting building record. Seven-digit year-end tally is a development of the past decade for Cranbrook. power transmission line through the Crowsnest Pass will be held at Blairmore and not at Calgary. The to be held in the Blairmore Elks will begin Dec. 18. E. K. Kunzel of Com- munications inspected and television reception in the town as the result of com- plaints being received by council. He advised that citizen's band operators in who are blamed for the are operating within the regulations of their licence. Proposals for the new CUPE agreement were presented to council by A. McQuarrie of W. Paquette and Cyril Pitt of Blairmore. A special meeting of council will be held to study the proposals. Coun. W. town representative on the Pincher Creek Crestview ad- vised that occupancy at the residence is down to about 30 guests from a capacity figure of 50. He said the board is con- sidering remodelling and converting some of the double rooms to singles to attract more senior citizens. Blairmore received its road refund from the department of highways in the amount of for money spent renovating Highway 3 through town after the highway had been torn up to install new water mains. Attempts will be made by Blairmore to get the other 'Pass towns to go together to hire a dogcatcher to service the entire Crowsnest Pass dis- trict. Tenders will be invited for the purchase of a half-ton truck for the use of the town's sewer department. Wrentham 4-H Club gives awards for achievement WRENTHAM Dianne Lastuka of Wrentham won the efficiency award for the best record book the T. Eaton and junior public speaking award at the recent Wrentham 4-H Multi Club achievement ban- quet. Top club efficiency award Councillor acclaimed STIRLING John Hicken has been elected by acclamation to the village council and will take office immediately. He succeeds Grant Nelson who vacated the office after moving to the former Paul Moreland farm two miles south of Stirling. went to Dan Jozsa. In the beef Peggy Hirsche won Al's Auction Ser- vice Award for the grand 'champion. Vivian Hirsche won the reserve champion trophy donated by the Jozsa Family. Gayle Edwards won the best daily gain award. Darcy Erickson won the showmanship award and the efficiency beef project honor went to Dan Jozsa. It was donated by Starhaven Farms. Dan Jozsa kept the best record book in his section and the best gate sign was by Dianne Lastuka. The county of Warner donated the award. Senior public speaking was won by Cindy Hubeck. Wrentham Lions Club presi- dent Garth Nilsson presented club president Gayle Edwards with a donation for the club. Waiting for spring Hundreds of irrigation systems throughout Southern Alberta are resting in fields following an extra season in 1973 due to severe drought conditions in the area. These five-inch aluminum held above the ground by large metal wheels five or seven feet can be up to one half mile long. The recommended length is one quarter of a mile. There are 13 irrigation districts in Alberta with acres on the irrigation assessment role. BILLGROENENpholo Your Business Associates Will Be Staying At The jfttotel Fernle B.C. Color Telephones See You Reserve 423-4438 RICK IS HERE Bed Cheque Mrs. David treasurer of the Coaldale Community Hospital Women's and Mrs. Mike present to hospital administrator Frank F. Wiens. The money will be used to buy four high-low hospital beds. Duda Co. CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS wish to announce the opening of a branch office in TABER Room Boyle commencing December 1973. Office hours will be every Thursday from to a.m. and to p.m. For appointments please Taber 223-3882 Lethbridge 328-1741 DEMONSTRATION The ease with which this beautiful wall facing material ie applied will amaze you. The many places you can use Z-Brlck in your home are limited only by your imagination. Z-Brick is fireproof Let us show you how easy it is at our demonstration December 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. SPECIAL PROMOTIONAL DISCOUNT 20 OFF RED BRICK 1707 3rd Ave. South Phone 328-4461 Alberta ;