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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta December 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 3 Leaking roof still problem SIGHTING OF THE STAR OF THE PtAINS Western illustrator and fine artist Gerald Tailfeathers of Standoff designed this Christmas card for Ihe Calgary Indian Friend ship Its a good example of Tailfeathers fine sense of He has won fame for his sweeping landscapes which depict the plains The artist has been chosen to design Canadian postage He will depict various Indian tribes in the new Tailfealhers lo design stamps This is quite a thriW By UAKCV RICHARD Herald Staff Uriler A long stream of blue bung close to the land fog i the Grey Cup I sent my and warm Milk BLOOD INDIAN RESERVE Western illustrator Gerald Tailfeathers said come So we He lives at Me has painlmgs and how pure and a three I clean his colors His skies huskey couple of other are very sometimes green riding separate and often behind it was River Sheep grazed over the stub ble I t h o u g h I of Tailfeathers studio house and an artesian i He keeps away from violent Its been flowing like that for three he told On the way up the moun tains looked You could see the whole line of He doesnt try too hard to he He has His Indians sit on their horses and survey a tran quil We got to Tailfeathers Now I know how Alberta got His son Laurie was outside its said my daughter j playing with the A friend sent it down from White As we drove 1 looked i Tailfeathers showed me at the The colors were the cage it was shipped The light yellow stubbie Try to get him in there fields were There was a he light from ihe We went inside and watched kids outside to play with Lau rie and Later Tailfeathers told me about his new assignment Its quite a be Ive had some thrills in mv life this is quite a He was going lo Ottawa next week to learn more about He told me hes going to start wilh the plains Im going to buy a full sheet when it comes I M r Tailfeathers Irene served roast We talked about the Indians and their BUFFALO SKULL Gerald Tailfeathers holds buffalo jump on the Blood Indian He ha ing ihe shaggy big buffalo skull he found at o made numerous paintings featur NATAL HNSr At a cial meeting of he hoard of School District I Paul contractor for I he Sparwood Elementary School attended the meeting to j Icll the hoard that he could iicl ho held responsible for Ihc i rriof it Ihe i He reminded llie board Ihal i the roof was ordered direct and on that basis in he withdrew his guarantee on the The hoard at that time accepted the guarantee of the supplier of the Building program coordina Frank also report ed to the hoard thai Ihe gua rantee from the supplier of the roof had expired and I in his of the prob lems wilh the leaking roof were the resutl of The board Basarah to bring to he nexl meeting some cosl estimates and pro osals For a solution lo the problem of Ihe in this Projections of population al ikrurd were presented I ihe and it became evident lliat a larger bus will be re quired early in I ho new year lo accommodate the number of secondary school students from Wkford who will have to be bused to the Sparwood Second ary the board de cided to ask for Victoria ap proval to purchase an addi tional forward control school Tlw 73pas scnger designation is based on three elementary school stu dents per so the new bus would accommodate 19 second ary school Third and final reading was given lo School Lnan Bylaw 25 which I lie issu ance and sale of a debenture in the amount of for school construction projects au thorized by taxpayers in Re ferendum The referen dum passed a couple of years Total of referendum was slightly over one million dol The debentures sale au thorized by the new bylaw is da ted Novem be r 1 and it is payable on November Interest rate on the loan is per The repayment rate is slightly over per year until maturity in After this adoption of the ap proval of the minister of edu cation is as is is suance of an Tuber council Townowned property for sale TABER UINS of townowned property are be ing put up for following Their youngsters are doing j decisions reached this week by Two pieces for motor hotel and dining Tabers business closing Council referred the cililies has long been delayed law was amended by council on recommendation to ils police because the Oldman River Ke gion Planning Commissions re well in school at Fort Lalcr my wife and Irene left to drive nrmiml Ihe recommendation of the Ta bcr Businessmens fusal lo approve a proposed j There was no opposition lo on the grounds of three readings of a motion Tenders will be received up no suitable access lo the land i set closing hours al fi on Schools expansion planning proceeds NATAL HNS Trustees of the Fernie school district heard superintendent Percy Puflinger present a brief on intermediate range planning of secondary school accommodation at Spar wood and The brief was prepared as a result of studies made by sec ondary school o r s which were presented The tremendous growth in elementary enrolments in the district will have to be accom modated in the secondary school Because of the magnitude of the need the board decided a present school in The anticipated schedule would be for tire addition of a commerce a science a textile room and a wood construclion two industrial education teaching expansion of shower rooms and administra tive In he addi tions would include an a r a commerce a sci ence a home economics an industrial education shop and an industrial educa tion teaching Further ad ditions would be required for The flame ended and the i occupied I settled I watched headlights on Romg down the J waited j eas of 2nd s Thc for a pair to turn I was getting I wonder whore they said We went out to feed the We dropped three bales over the I usually give them I think Ill give them any planned Im running out of lo 8 23 for Ihe land in We walked over to the trough where the water from the arte sian well never stops The horses plodded over the f r o s I y ground toward the the earlier meeting to seek the I Physical education equipni e n t storage and in the administra tive In Micro would be no additions hut the following Septem there would have to be an addition to the one more commerce two additJonal science rooms and a drafting In respect to Fernie the brief recommends thai a new build ing to accommodate 520 stu dents at Uie senior secondary level bo built by and the present secondary school le used as an elemen tary junior secondary school when the new facility is avail A preliminary proposal opportunity to send a delega tion to Victoria to talk with ad ministrators in Uie department of education and to determine if money can be included in the proposed new referendum for sites and In this way proper of the existing facilities can be planned along with required new The board felt that this intermediate range plan ning new rooms would simply he added to the existing schools as The result could be an overtaxing of certain facil ities and awkward room ar The delegation of tors along with trustee Bruno Bovilacqua are to the brief in In respect lo the Sparwood Secondary School the hrief pro jects student enrolment by 1975 of 1127 Hie prescnl when the new rooms are added in the nexl few will have a ca pacity for The ers in the district PS hrief promises that the addi mil Die Kasl Kooloniiy havr tional rooms be added In the lo for cuts to the referendum quired by depart menl if ed ucation presented lo the hoard by The board hired They think theyre getting Tailfeathers He laughed at his 1 envied him laughing at his horses and wished I had some horses lo laugh I wished I had an artesian I wished a car would turn in at the The lights just kept sailing by in the Well give them a few min Ihen well go look for he I thought Id like to see the painting in his We looked al his painting of a plains Indian by the light com ing in from the yard Tailfeathers lifted a buffalo He showed me a shoulder He said lie knows a buf falo jump that no one else No 1 dont think you tatter give that one to T When Indians give v the CJor Planning commission 4611 j proval is now assured whei oundl has j necessary paper work has been and the project should proceed early in the new up a reserve bid on the foot front by ISCfoot tax re covery Jsnd complete with exi isting A room afidition to A second property formerly i Tabers Clearvicw Ijwlge was occupied by the town shop and now set out for truck north of 50th on 53rd two and and 9 the 24 stores will 1 close at the fi conventional and everything will he closed on a statutory Lack of a civic bylaw cover ing the operation of snowmo biles within the f own limits was priced out at for the JS2fcot The clothing bank on the north end of the otherwise va iven councils blessing followi yfls for ing presentation of plans by Mayor Arthur A The addition stniLled across will be con the and for individual study by council members for consideration at the Ki The bylaw would limit travel of snowmobiles lo using streets only for rrnssinp from alley lo alley in moving to the own Maximum would bo lii and hours of opera ion from 7 to 11 IMIOTEST DECISION We dont aslt or want any j special said Butch tion of the Tabor Flalland heading a throe Snowmobile Club at this weeks man in protest to council over a decision opcn cnri of Ulc nmv iMrscshoc Uerwise vash H vant land will he moved chlded area wbich fliu future location t iencc Council also discussed pricing policy on commercial sites east on Highway for 14 Vmi merly confirmed at per 1IAJjJV VAJIJJ which the industrial dcvelopmenl comm it tec sug f f gestcd as being too While no decision was reach il is expected that a look will now le taken the laud doings Buy new truck XuDLEKullD Village if Niiblcford has pur Chuscd i UHiO oneton tniik for I lie J o li n to use fur village pub lic works The is a replacement for Ihe original village main tenance Four installed NOBLICFOKD Special Four Noblefurd hoys were in stalled is officers in the bridge cbapter of the Order Richard Sanderson was in stalled as senior deacon Duane McCurrach as cbapliiin Alex Mann as and Kevin Lucliia as senior Ed Sanderson was among the installing officers as senior dea Game meeting COALDALE meet ing of the Coaldalc and Dis tricl and Game lion is scheduled for the John Davidson School Tuesday night at eighl oclock aTid all junior members are Monday meeting COALDALE HNSi Elec tion of officers will highlight the Coaldale Womens Auxiliary meeting Monday night at eighl The meeting will be held in the hos pilal board room and a good at tendance is Turkey supper 1IILLCREST CNP Bureaul The women of the Hillcrest United Churdi will sponsor a hoi turkey with all the in the church annex at Hillcrest from 5 lo 7 A fee of for adults and SI for children under will he A family rale is All arc invited lo at Twelve study NATAL HNS Twelve Kaiser Resources Limited em ployees are studying for their masters degrees in business administration at a special course arranged by the com A professor from Fepperdine lxs trav els once a month to Fernie In conduct a weekend study ses sion which begins at 6 Friday and ends Sunday at Between classes Uic group holds study sessions to review projects and view movies per tinent lo lire Part of the cost to each man will be paid by Kaiser Re sources Limited upon comple tion of the ember ting mcr Barton property now of ed by the In other council ap proved conditional sales of resi dential properties on either side of ROth west cif 47fh j bringing to four the mini her of new residences tout of i 12 lo be located adjacent to the Approval was also given for the relocation of Taber Scor pion Sales to the old Johnson Drug Store south side j Christmas parly at the home of Uilh Avenue ho twecn Tiird ami AlATTKII KKFKMIlKn I think Ill come back in i After more Hum luo yours I Logging soars CHANBHOOK iSpoci Nelson forest district N West compiled compared to the scale for the corresponding month of November measure was cubic triple Ihe nibic feet f ions seive secvetnry al the Elk ford Elementary Tlo Iward was also told i salary negotiations with leaeli the summer and dig one for then a pair of lights turned We left soon after Ilildegard said she saw some new homes built by the Indians al the Knhiiii Industries They went nver lo iood strikers place to Someone joked with calling her Nicolino Dum She thought it was The same guy was rooting for To Nicoline thought this was funny m i Utt representation lo I be Depart nient of Highways and Trans and a change of Clarence Copilhorne has i accecded lo local requests for a median crossing from Highway t properly south of II Ixfwcen 501h and Highway j hemlock and lodgepole nd access j Halsam more the Iong cubic while highway j most oven in third Coming before Kejecl class was cubic tur matter referred back industrial coordina tor fribb following ronrcils ap proval of m lievclopnicnl of I he former lo other uses than Califurniii Total for II months stands at eubu compared riod of inwesi seshoe a ranK apannauei ann Sassa presented a bylaw for councils suggesting that about 50 and Mill Block lo slow down yoiitliful FARM LAND are owned by Taber ODonnell SAIE ibjected to the councils Acres One Chunk 111 1 1 1 1 1 1 k council IIIU1JII VtllMJ n letter wilh miles by 1 nalures of 15 other BUILDINGS drills who lauded council fir1 to Sell S 111 US pill IV lil decision to cut mil fast see Iliij property fie in the sometime dusty NS and Andy The five hour council REALTY ib up ended at 1 witli no BARONS finf Itic il in 1 md Flclcltor siiowed a LIQUOR LICENSING ACT PART sliouinp Mir mode1 of frni iirp in 90 4 NOTICE OF HEARING The will he j a the home of Maizic vfovem following notice in accordnncG witli st and soirod provisions ol Thc liquor 1 The comprisinq VIUAGE OF FOREMOST hoi been druigoolpd os o locol opl or orco for Ihe purposes or the TWELFTH dny of JANUARY hos been sci 01 Ihr doll upon which Ihr Bocird will consider he undir the Mint dotr Ifir Ronrd hos unless prior to rolvpd n prlilion signed by Snocial rlcdors of he local option area Members of the Nobloford 10 trill of Ihe numb InlrM livls of elrclors lot of no mod on thft n elrdion of o mcmbrr Or eading unlecr fir1 departtnenl to Ihe fiom lie nrro a false alarm at Noble tile locot whichever the Irs ceedcd J tral School recently as a tesl tfCUTSling Uculonant Governor in evious Ihe effectiveness of fire submil to o vole of lhr eleclors of the held in the fireo o question in of tho elofs of licence iled lo llie W students wrrr rut ot this SIXTH dov pi It the srhnol in one miiuilr weiT Iho M and Ilio sec r n 1 a r y and ed to school Ihp Alhorln liquor Conlrol chiof Rill Petitions rrquoslinq n vote must HP on llie now like to congratulate principal petition forms may bo obtained from c iitldiido nu Abrrto linuoi 17360 U cubic staff en he Inoillur ni Ihr vubmis iK pe fire drill training given all ol n ;