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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Motel Complex At Pincher Creek Development Planned PINCHER CREEK (Special) At tho Town Council meet- ing, a spokesman for Parker Holdings, Lcthbridge, presented a plan for the development of the Goff Cabins, recently pur- chased by the company. Stage one would see work starting immediately to build and remodel the present cabins and have a motel complex of 15 units. Stage two, at a later date, would see a' two-storey building containing a licensed lounge and further units. The alley dividing the cabins will be closed. Underwood, McLellan and Associate.-! Ltd. carried out a preliminary survey of the hard surfacing already done. Everall Construction assured council repairs of the most serious type would be redone immediately. The remainder of the paving will be started at once. Approval was granted for the appointment of Mrs. Joan Tur- cotte to the Library board. Approval was also given to ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-4095 Walter Burgess to sell Watkins products. Steve Makuk was given the go ahead to operate a motel and a trailer' park. The cost of operating the Chi- Plan Study Of Proposal COALDALE (HNS) The town's water supply system is overtaxed In the summer months, so said councillor Ron Low at a meeting of council. He stated it is pushed to ca- pacity and cannot keep up with the demand. The water and sewer depart- ment suggested the town al- leviate this situation by pur- chasing a new type of filter for the filter shells. The estimated cost for the conversion would be compared to for a strainer. This filter would make it possible to speed up the capacity of the plant from 160 gallons per minute to 580 galldis. This would be. suf- ficient for the town for the next four to five years. Further study on .this conver- sion proposal is to be made be- fore council decides. nook Health unit has risen. There was no increase in the government grant. Council felt the Health Unit was doing a first class job. The new sub-division on the West side of'the golf course is to be serviced soon and will make several choice lots avail- able. A letter from the Liquor Con- trol Board said the government liquor store could change Fri- day hours from 12 noon to 8 p.m. This is to work in with the late shopping recently insti- tuted Friday night. Summer hours for the town office will be 8 a.m. to p.m. This will take effect May 25. The question of parking trail- ers with foundations was brought forth. V. McKinnon win look at these and assess them before anything further is done. Approval was granted Don Haavardsrud to purchase Lot 43, Block 4 Plan for sub- ject to-the usual agreement of sale. RENEW LEASE COALDALE (HNS) The sand and gravel lease between the town and Marathon Realty Company Limited was recently renewed on a three-year basis. Recreation Group Lays Ground Rules NATAL (HNS) District of Sparwood's new joint Planning and Recreation Commission recently met to lay ground rules for joint and separate meeting requirements. Joint meetings mil be held when- ever there are matters related to planning of recreation ar- rangements, otherwise plan- ning or recreation meetings will be held. The Commission looked into the possibility of opening addi- tional lots in the township of Sparwood in stage 3 of the development plan for possible use by a housing development company that may decide to build a large number of new housing units in the near future. Members of the commission were also concerned about large developments of housing with all houses in the develop- ment having the same basic appearance. Central Mortgage and Housing has been asking to co-operate to ensure that would-be builders of such de- velopments be encouraged to provide greater variety in de- sign and arrangement of hous- ing units. Budgets for Planning and Recreation Committees were proposed at and respectively. These are oper- ating budgets for the commit- tees and are subject to council approval. Monies for recrea- tion purposes will have to be otherwise provided. The joint commission made three recommendations for council to study: That Under- wood and McLellan be ap- proached for agreement that the development plan include a buffer strip of trees between the recreation area and the tracks. This is to cut down on the anticipated noise from unit trains when the large coal bearing trains begin to run. That Council look into the acquisition of land across the highway from stage 3 of the development plan and, finally that council have develdpers replace any trees which they have removed from any of the buffer strips in the township. The MAIN SPRING main spring in Silvci' Woofoo mens heavy duty A. MOCCASIN TOE MECHANICS' OXFORD. Durable, imooth leather uppen, nylon Hitched at points of strain. Tough, oil resistant neoprene soles and heels. Good- year welt construction. Black. Sizesi 7-12. B. HI-CUT BOOT crafted In soft glove leather. Moccasin toe styling. Durable Nuron crepe oil resistant ripple soles. Steel shank. Cushion insole. Brown. Sizes C. 4" WORK BOOT is designed for the worker who demands lasting quality and on-the-iob comfort. Cork soles and heels. Quality leather uppers. Block. Sizesi 7V4 to 12. 0. HEAVY-DUTY 8" WORK BOOT hat safety toe. Extra reinforced Hitching ot points of strain. Brass eyelets. Oil re- listont neoprene soles. Plain toe styling. Dark Brown. Sizes: 7-13. Open A Woolco Charge Account Today! Open Dally a.m. to p.m.; Wednesday 0 a.m. to 1 p.m.) Thursday ond o.m. 9 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive Road Work Begins On Fernie Project FERNIE (HNS) Compas Properties, who have pur chased 180 residential lots or F e r n i e's Ridgemont subdiv sion, started work this week to construct roads. Some 90 day will be required to complete the road project. Water, sewer an street lights have already beei installed. A limited number o lots are expected to .be offeree for sale soon. Meantime, the new Shoppint Mall and tie B and H Store building have begun construe tion on opposite corners of Sec ond Avenue. Raymond Elevator Is Sold RAYMOND Uni- ted Grain Growers have sole their grain elevator which has been a part of the agriculture industry of Raymond for more than half a century. The dwell ing was not included In the sale and will be sold later. Federal Grain Ltd. has pur- chased the elevator and will op- erate the two plants with one agent, Neil Bourne. Dan Kress who has been the agent for the United Grain Growers, will be leaving to take up residence at Granum, as toon as the grain cutoff is completed. The weigh- ing of the gram stock has al- ready commenced. Mrs. Kress and the family will remain here until the end of the school term. During the tune the Kress family have lived in Raymond they have taken an active part in the community. Mrs. Kress has been the leader of the 4-H Calf club and has worked with the young people in sports. Plan Carnival PICTURE BUTTED (HNS) Picture Guides and Rangers plan a mini carnival at St. Catherine's School Fri- day, May 22 from 7 to 11 p.m. There will be many attractions including a bazaar table and a fish pond for the children. A paddle auction will also be held. Lucaya Development Corpora- tion, owner of The Shopping Mall, is the contractor for both buildings. The Shopping Mall, whose first phase covers square feet in a one-storey building on five lots, is scheduled to be completed by July 15 while the B and H building, covering most of 6u by 120 foot lot, is expected to be completed at the came tune. In other Fernie news, Linda White, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald White, and Dar- lene Scli'pa, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sclippa, both of Fernie, have received their Bachelor of Education degrees Erom Notre Dame University In Nelson, B.C. They both plan to launch teaching careers this fall. Fernie Memorial Hospital auxiliary held its annual tea with Mrs. K. Kast of the Order of Eastern Star presenting a wheelchair to hospital matron, Mrs. Rose Miller. Recreation Programs Plentiful MAGRATH lon programs in Magrath are offering variety of sports for all. Director Dave Lowry has ssued a Recreation Interest Survey requesting all per- :ons 10 years and over to an- :wer so the committee will know preferences in recreation. The new tennis court is be- ng used at the Town Park ad- acent- to the Elementary school. Mrs. Lewis Stevenson and Robert West are offering instruction to anyone interest- ed. Baseball and Softball teams lay daily in the park area, iris and boys teams are en- lusiastic. Magrath's excellent golf is well patronized. Ray levenson will instruct again lis year. Field and track Is also being ncouraged. A new track is be- jig completed at the park. Pool Work Now Under Way PINCHER CREEK (Special) Work is now under way at the Pinchef Creek swim- ming pool to prepare it for this season's opening. It is hoped that, weather permitting, the pool will be opened to tile pub- Ask About NEW INVISIBLE MULTIFOCAL LENS WULTIIUX) SHOE REPAIR Fast dependable service at reasonable prices Aha repair and replace all of lippera Repairs te all leather goods MIKE'S SHOE REPAIR 1011 3rd AVI. S. (Next la Lelhbridge lacker and Seafoods) lie some time during the month of May. A tentative schedule has been set up for both May and June. School Program Monday- Friday 9 a.m. to p.m.; Public Swimming Monday- Friday 4 p.m. to p.m.; Monday Sunday 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.; Sunday 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.; Men's Keep Fit Monday to Fri- day 7 a.m. to a.m. It is hoped it will once again be an accident free summer. In order to achieve this, it is important that pool users be- come familiar with the rules and regulations. Parents it is hoped will point out the rules to their children. Springs, Fla., produces more than gallons of water daily. Wednesday, May 50, WO THI lETHJUIDGE HERALD 9 LARGE VS SMALL A Rolls-Royce is to tako on three-quarters of all the cul- the minis in tho rough and turn- turcd pearls produced in the We of rally across world. two continents. BIGGEST USER Tho United States uses about The wine that's winning the West! Calona Red Dry is winning new friends every day. The reason: superior quality and consistent good taste! Calona Red Dry is a dry, velvety, full-bodied dinner carefully vinted from specially selected grapes and aged to perfection. Once you've tried Calona Red Dry, you'll want to serve it as the perfect complement to roasts, chops, steaks and game. It's the one red dinner wine you'll always want to have on hand. Canada's leading winemaker. Little League Action Starts TURIN (HNS) Llltle League Baseball has started here for all boys 14 years and under. Jack Cook is the Little League coach and Ivan Mikal- son the assistant coach. Approximately 20 youngsters have shown interest thus far, OIMMM Crackling White, Crackling Rose, Italian Red, Royal Red, Royal White Sweet Sherry, Muscatel, White Port, Italian Vermouth, And try these other fine Calona Wines Human Hair Falls Human fall with detachable velvet band. Can bo worn with or without velvet band. Machine made and hand finished. Dome cap for perfect height. Falls are versatile, they can bs worn as same cascade of curls or wringlets, etc. Reg. Woe I co Price 39.95. Human hair fall with deiachable velvet band. Machine made and hand finished. Dome cap for perfect height, 18" long. Reg. Woolco Price 59.95. Human hair Machine made. Can be worn in many styles. Also can be set by client herself. Custom- er's own hair if chosen in tho Humon Hair Wiglel, machine mads round flat base with comb. Reg. Woolco Price 12.95. SPECIAL kOpen Daily a.m. le e p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. to I p. Thursday ond Friday 9 o.m. to 9 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive ;