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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wedneiday, 20, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HWAID 3 Dust level high NATAL (HNS) District of Sparwood council heard Dr. J. M. H. Hopper of the East Kootenay regional board of health report that air samples in Sparwood showed the dust level was above the established standard. Analysis of the dust indi- cated the coal dust content was within the acceptable range but that dust from the township made the reading intolerable. He also questioned the stan- dard to be used in Natal. Aid. Alex Walker reported to council he has been questioned a number of times by various people about removal of the cenotaph from Natal to Spar- wood. Municipal clerk Loretta Montemufro reported a firm has been asked to submit a quotation for this project. The site selected in Sparwood is the park at the Pine Ave. entrance to Sparwood. "The count on census day for residents of Sparwood was 996. This does not include resi- dents of Sparwood who were counted in hotels and hospitals on census day. The commission also report- ed it has advised Jack Loo that a plot of the proposed sub-divi- sion of his property at the far end of Srarwod will be re- quired before the commission can approve the sub-division. PHARMACIST The commission recommend- ed approval of the house plans for the J. Steed residence in Sparwood. Mr. Steed is the pharmacist who will be estab- lishing in the Greenwood Shop- ping Centre. C1 a r i fication of municipal boundaries was sought by the commission prior to approval of the plans of A. Morcau for a garage near Wilson Creek. Council instructed the munici- pal clerk to send a plan show- ing the district boundaries to the commission. Tom Wright heads hockey for minors NATAL (HNS) Sparwood Minor Hockey Association of- ficers: Tom Wright, president; Rudy DePaoli. vice-president and Mrs. Sybil Peebles, sccre- 54 properties expropriated to complete renewal plan SPARWOOD (HNS) Fifty-[ ban renewal project, have been weekly newspaper published at four Natal properties, owned I expropriated by the RDEK. Natal. by residents who earlier refused The regional district recently to sell to the Regional District posted the expropriation bylaw of East Kootemiy under the ur-1 in The Crow's Nest Clarion, a Waller subdues terrible-tempered broncs Several of the owners affect- ed have moved to Sparwood and others have moved to other nearby towns. Most of the homes are being rented. LANDMARK LEVELLED Clearing of old buildings continues at Natal in the urban renewal scheme. This demolition crew levels a garage built in 1926 by J. W. Beech. Natal is dead. gave birth to Sparwood. -Molly Latka Photo. Shower set (HNS) Mrs. S. and two I spring when a stretch from Conference at Camp Horizon at .president; Irene Caruso, vice- I Brule Creek to Mansfield Drive Bragg Creek on, representing president; Shelley Dickout, sec- GRANUM Meindertsma was hostess re- cently for the shower commit- tee meeting which was held in the Christian Reformed Church. The shower for Miss Barbara de Boer will be held Friday, operation miles of Mansfield j the Iron Springs CGIT group, j retary, Cindy Murray, treasur- Drive itself will be upgraded. MD okays dump TABER (HNS) The joint There were about 70 girls in attendance and the theme for Oct. 22, at p.m. church basement. Costs in the' disposal grounds on town-owned property has received the ap- proval of the Taber MD coun- cil. The MD will supply equip- NATAL (HNS) The Re-' ment for the landfill operation, gional District of East Koote-1 The disposal area is in the nay will build a new office and strip mine excavations in the Alfred Miller, regional Alberta Coal Company proper- will suggest possible sites and ty purchased some years ago consider the needs of the ad-' by the town as a source of ministration. gravel. Frank Bertoia administra- In the same vicinity, a dry tor, told the board that it pays pit has been provided for re- S740 per month to lease the reiving remains of cars, trees, -......and other wastes not requiring the weekend was "communica- tions." The Iron Springs CGIT has of adjoining waste 17 girls registered this year. Officers are Denise Hammon, er; and Wendy Iwamoto and Sherry Noble, intermediate rep- resentatives. Denise Hammon gave a ro- tary treasurer. Equipment manager is George Bouvicr. The Sparwood Volunteer Fire the Community Brigade will be washing down Oct. 22. the inside of the Natal Arena. building it is in. 11 had sublet part of the building to Selkirk Planning and Engineering Company but SPEC has moved out. Mayor Reno Lenardon of Fernie said he felt strongly that the regional district con- cept "is going lo be here for a litrkey long and we must find a suitable home for the offices. Pot-luck event GRANUM (HNS) Granum Boy Scouts and Cubs will be port on the senior ference. ;irls' con- Milk River gets wore! Honor Hacke COUTTS (HNS) Warren Hacke. who did not seek re- i sented with an engraved silver tray from council members in Eye clinics scheduled at Pincher PIXCHER CREEK (Special) The Oddfellows and Rebe- kahs of Pincher Creek will hold (lie annual eye screening clinic (visual acuity testi for pre- school children at 10 a.m. to VI noon end 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday and Friday, Oct. 21 and 22. 'in the IOOF Hall here. This test, during the past mond recreation shmvcd lhat 4.B per cent Tom Wallers came from An- Mayor Robert Graham, chair- 'of children tested required gusta, Mont., to lake bareback man. carc for various bronc ride and the s I c e r j The Iwo nights saw more oyr such as amblyopia, than 1.000 fans in altendancc astigmatism, short-sightedness, far sightcdness, muscle defects By DELIA WOOLF Herald Service RAYMOND Raymond's first indoor rodeo was a great success. The two evening show brought the bcsl of the cow- boys to compete in the five arena events with (he women's barrel race the sixth major at- traction. throughout the two evenings. The rodeo was approved by the Chinook Rodeo Association with all points made going to- wards the 1972 records. Vernon Arnold, Foremost, op- erated tile public sy.s- lem. Raymond's firs! indoor rodeo was sponsored and operated by The top bronco fighter came the Raymond Roping Club, from Lethbridge, Oscar Wai- 'Duke Helgcrson, president. ter. He won his points in the The co-sponsor was the Ray- last evening. a date for next which assures year. The Calgary Stampede is steer wreslling in a time of :Ui sec- onds. It brought the fans to their feet. His two e v e n i n g s' work brought the Montana cowboy a purse of 5880 prize money. There were 15 contestants in the steer wreslling and eight bareback riders. j