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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Fort G.R. ners Win trophies Highlight of the school year for youngsters at Duane Schmale, John Wevers, vice-principal. Front Macleod is when Mrs. G.R. Davis comes to the row, Wanda Koop, Colleen Pickens, Penny Burbank, Davis School and presents trophies to athletic win- Kenny Vanee and Wayne Scott. Back row, from left, Mrs. Davis, LaRon Tolley, New industry for Claresholin to employ about 20 Visitors increase at park CRANBROOK (Special) The automatic road counter on the access to Fort Steele Historic Park tallied cars to Aug 31, compared to 55.346 the same period last year Attendance at the village opera house was up from last year's 15.500 The Tink Robinson review, kidding North West Mounted Police in their centennial year, had to turn people away for its closing performance He and wife. Judy Armstrong, with -f .ce manager Prof. Ian Pra'1 :he UBC faculty have left tor west coast, while Ron Chudley and wife, Diane Stapley have gone to Theatre Calgary staff Pianist Stephen Smith returned to Toronto. The company plans ten- tatively to reassemble for the 1974 program. Rolling stock for the three- mile steam railway jaunt has been mothballed for the season, but the village itself and the excellent museum are open until 6 p.m. daily until the end of October, supervisor Struan Robertson reports. District Thursday, September 20, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD-17 CWL plans garage sale at Natal NATAL (HNS) The Catholic Women's League will hold a garage sale, convened by Mrs Jan Chapman and Mrb Vi House, on the church lawn Saturday, Sept. 29, from 1 to 5 p m It was also decided that should the weather be un- favorable, the sale will be held in the parish hall. Members decided to canvas the entire parish for donations for the fall bazaar which will be held Saturday. Nov 3 Police studying break-in, theft MAGRATH (HNS) RCMP are investigating a break-in and theft of about in goods here The Magrath Trading Com- pany was entered prior to 6 a m Tuesday, with the thieves gaining entry by smashing a window in the south door. A small show case, filled with watches, was taken as well as a large quantity of groceries At Pincher Creek, two in- cidents of vandalism have been noted at the Memorial Community Centre Arena. One involved broken win- dows and the other uprooting of trees The Town of Pincher Creek offers a reward in the amount ot for the arrest and con- viction of the person or per- sons responsible. COALDALE PARADE OF HOMES SHOW SEPTEMBER 20th 23rd Just go east on Mainstreet Coaldale and follow the signs MAZDA ROTARY A better way to make the wheels go around. Now you've got a CLARESHOLM (HNS) A new industry will be establish- ed in the industrial subdivision in the southeastern corner of town Mayor Leonard Bach says the firm will employ about 20 people and produce industrial trailers A permit has been issued by the town development officer for construction of a Seven Eleven store on the corner of 1st St and 47th Ave. Work has begun by the Willow Creek MD on the deep oiling of roads on the east side Temporary bridge Pincher Creek resident Marianne Shelly walks a plank to cross the Pincher Creek at Bridge Ave. By the time the new bridge, abuttments, road work and paving is completed, will have been spent and Miss Shelly's walk home from school will be that much easier. The old bridge, built in 1905, was declared ob- solete and torn down. The new structure will cost with coming as a grant from the de- partment of highways. Prior to 1905 an old wooden span was in use Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS-CIRCULATION-JOBPRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep., 562-2149 The LetUbridge Herald Correspondent in Your Area PICTURE BUTTE S. P. JOHNSON .....................................732-4449 PINCHER CREEK MRS.EDLUNN ....................................627-3257 RAYMOND MRS. DELIA WOOLF ................................752-3054 MASINASIN MRS. FRED MUELLER...............................647-2463 SHAUGHNESSY MRS. ALICE E. WADE ...............................327-9661 SPRING COULEE MRS. RON HANSEN .................................758-6662 STAVELY MRS. VIOLET CLANCY Contact these people (or your District News or Classified Advertising of town. This will eliminate a dust problem in the area. Hospital to sell all beds CLARESHOLM (HNS) The Claresholm General Hospital board will sell all beds and equipment from the old general hospital at an auc- tion sale this month and then call for tenders to have the old buildings torn down. Plans call for the erection of a relocatable building to ac- commodate up to 20 people in a pilot project for alcohol and drug rehabi'itation in Claresholm The grounds around the old hospital are beautifully land- scaped and town council has asked the hospital board to allow it to be used as a park till a use can be found for the property RDEK will amend all old bylaws NATAL (HNS) New flood control requirements, recommended by the water resources service of the department of municipal af- fairs, will be adopted in all future bylaws and amended to past bylaws of the Regional District of East Kootenay. In future, no buildings can be built within 25 feet of the natural boundary of a lake; within 100 feet of the natural boundary of any other natural water course or source of water supply, on ground sur- face less than two feet above 200-year flood level, where it can be determined, or if not, 10 feet above the natural boun- dary of a lake and any other natural water course in the immediate flood hazard area Recreation development has approval 1NA1AL (HINb) H W. Roeck has been given permis- sion by the Regional District of East Kootenay to develop a lodge and recreational facility at Dutch Creek area, north of Kimberley, although an application for a residential subdivision and mobile home park in the same area was re- jected. The RDEK technical plann- ing committee had reviewed Mr. Roeck's application but found some of the proposed development unacceptable In approving the lodge and recreational facilities plans, RDEK directors also agreed a zoning bylaw for this area be prepared as soon as possible It was further recommend- ed that the provincial govern- ment park's branch be asked to purchase the Hoodoos to preserve the natural beauty of I ho land formation Phone 327-4501 to learn about being a Foster parent 2500 Alberta children are waiting fbrvourcall Think you could share your family with a lonely youngster'' Be a Foster Parent There are some 2 500 Alberta children right now who desperately need the kind of affection and concern that only good Foster Parents can provide Most of them are teenagers grown al- most to adulthood without the benefit of parental care All are m need of a special kind of patience and understanding HEALTH SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT If you think you can help by sharing your family please give us a call We offer no material rewards other than an allowance for the child s board clothing health care and tuition Theie are very few restric- tionsastoyourage sex or lifestyle The mam thing is that you should care If you're the kind of Foster Parent we hope you are you II know that the true reward is in making a friend for life BE A FOSTER PARENT CALL (403) 327-4501 COLLECT ;