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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, June LETHBRIDQE HERALD-17 Lost River Coulee RIC SWIHART photo The South In short Job store opens in Pincher PINCHER CREEK (Special) The local Preventive Social Services "hire a student" program is seeking jobs for students and young people here and in the district. Terry Bond is co-ordinating the program. Her office is in the basement of the Pincher Creek Municipal District Building and is open weekdays from a.m. to p.m. until Aug. 23. Elk Valley credit group NATAL (HNS) The membership of the Elk Valley Credit Union increased from 255 to 265 in the last year and the credit committee granted loans of The supply of credit did not equal the demand of members for financing mortgages, according to reports at the meeting. Walter Riva, vice president of mining operations for Kaiser Resources Ltd., congratulated the credit union for the progress it made in the last year. New directors are Ron and Betty Hutton. Mrs. Button was also elected to the credit committee. John Desjardins was re elected president and Len Bourne was re elected secretary. The credit union is managed by Donna Swaney. CWL president installed NATAL (HNS) Vi House has been installed president of the Catholic Women's League of St. Michael's Parish here. Jan Chapman is first vice president; Lorene Pisoni, second vice president: Anne Szing, treasurer, and Susan Skrocki. secretary. The Lost River, near the southern tip of the acre Manyberries Re- search Substation operated by the Canada department of agriculture, wanders through the Lost River Coulee en route to the Milk River, the banks of the Milk River, in the background of the photo, are in the United States at this point. It enters the Missouri River near Wolf Point, Mont. Frank may works FRANK (CNP Bureau) The village council is studying the possibility of purchasing the Gold Creek Water Company. Council is working with the departments of environment and public affairs on the proposed utility purchase. Grants totalling about 50 per cent 'of the total cost' are available. This would include the purchase, upgrading and installation of a chlorinator. The utility would produce revenue for the village. Council feels it should be prepared to offer all services to people with the current village expansion and growth of industries here. Village officials are seeking a meeting with provincial officials to discuss the project. Peigan Indian Days coining up this weekend Traditional dances, special ceremonies and a pow wow will be featured June 29 to July 1 at the Peigan Reserve Indian Days at Brocket. Indian Days are being sponsored for the second year by the reserve's Little Black Horse Society. Pow wows will be held Saturday and Sunday afternoons. There will be Indian dancing competitions throughout the three-day event. Chicken dances will be held Sunday evening and a traditional giveaway dance Monday afternoon. Ken Hurlburt, Conservative candidate in Lethbridge riding for the July 8 federal election, will be honored at a special ceremony at 2 p.m. Sunday. The Little Black Horse Society will provide rations for participants, and some teepee poles will also be provided. Commissioner vows to protect Koodoos CRANBROOK, B.C. The chairman of the British Columbia Land Commission says he is looking for a plan to There's one great reason why Acadian 400 is becoming so popular. Flavour! SUPERIOR KYI WHlSRf MEU.OW block any commercial development of the Dutch Creek Hoodoos in the East Kootenay. William Lane said this week no specific deal has yet been worked out in talks with the owner of the popular southeastern B.C. landmark. The Hoodoos are tower-like formations of glacial clay standing in stark contrast to the forested Dutch Creek area near Fairmont Hot Springs. Hans Roeck, a Calgary businessman who owns the 160-acre Dutch Creek Lodge property that includes part of the Hoodoos. said in an interview that he is negotiating with Mr. Lane and the land commission on .development of the property. Mr. Lane said Mr. Roeck made a tentative proposal calling for approval or subdivision, plans for his Dutch Creek holdings, about 60 miles north of here. Mr. Lane said he has asked Mr. Roeck for more details before placing the proposal "before a land commission meeting. TABER TURNS DOWN PROPOSAL TABER