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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta School board eyes plebiscite NATAL (HNS) Properly owners may be faced with yet another school referendum as tlie school board attempts to keep ahead of demands for classrooms in the area. P. B. Pullinger, reporting to the board's last meeting on consultations with department of education officials regarding classroom needs for 1972-73, said capital projects could amount to but stress- bursary to Miss Gris SPARWOOD (HNS) Jo- Anne Gris, Grade 11 student at Sparwood Secondary School, has won a bursary award for the government French lan- guage program. It is valued at She will attend the summer session from July 3 to Aug. 11 at St. Jean College, Universily of Alberta. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Beg Gris ol Natal. Vote Friday CRANBROOK Next ratepayer bylaw vote has been approved by (he mu- nicipalities inspector, asking for repairing and up- grading the Memorial Arena, now closed indefinitely as un- safe. This will be open to vole of all ratepayers and is June 23 at Mount Baker School auditori- um. Sports groups have organized a supporting .campaign. Resulting repairs and im- provements would, delay for several years any proposed costly new complex, which had been suggested by the Cran- brook Projects Society. ed that at this stage the figure was based on estimates only. Needs given approval by de pariment officials include the addition of three classrooms to Elkford school, as well as a temporarily-covered play aren and doubling of the size of the auditorium at Elkford, an addi- tional six classrooms at Spar- wood Secondary School and a new, 13-classroom secondary school at Fernie. Mr. Pullinger said turc of for installation of educational television in the schools had been approved as had plans for installation of fire and intruder alarm systems. lie did not spell out whether all or some schools would re- ceive these facilities. As of Aug. 1, School District will have its own su- perintendent, D. L. Hartwig, formerly -of Victoria. The ap- pointment was announced in a letter from the department of education to board chairman Douff McDonal'1 The board passed a motion appointing Mr. Hartwig as its executive officer and also pass- ed, for the record, a motion dispensing with the services of Mr. Pullinger, its superinten- dent for the past 12 years. The school board refused to reconsider its decision to up- hold dismissal of a teacher in Fernie Secondary School, de- spite a request from Fernie and District Teachers' Associa- tion. F D T A grievance committee chairman M. Bruschetta asked the board to reconsider the matter. Trustee Jack Pidgeon asked if the teacher concerned was still on probation and upon being told this was the case asked Mr. Pullinger whether the association had any right to interfere. Mr. Pullinger re- plied "no." A letter is to he sent to Ihc association explaining the board's stand. Bible school teachers needed COALDALE (HNS) An in- terdenominational, daily vaca- tion Bible school will be con- ducted beginning Monday, July 24, to Friday, Aug. 4, in the John Davidson School here. It is sponsored by the Coal- dale Ministerial Association. The theme for 1972 Walk- ing with Jesus. Classes will be Irom 0 to a.m. The co-ordinalor is Mrs. Frank Goertzen. Persons wishing to assist as leachers or helpers are request- ed to contact Mrs. Goerlzea at 345-3755. Fastball tourney on iveekend BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) A fastball tournament, in- cluding eight teams from Letli- bridge, Claresholm, P i n c h e r Creek, Blair more, Bellevue, Fernie, B.C., Kaiser Resources and Sparwood, B.C., will be held here June 24 and 25. The double knockout events will start at noon on Saturday and continue through the day until 8 p.m. and will re sume again on Sunday mor- ning at 10 a.m. Mayor George Wait has con- sented to pitch the first ball of the tournament. A concession booth is being set up on the Blairmore Sports field for the event. f Admission prices have been set. Mrs. Millie Johnson heads Blairmore OORP BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Millie Johnson Mill head the Blairmerc order of the Royal Purple for the coming term. The new slate of officers Gas company contributes to complex NATAL (HNS) Dislrict of Sparwood council has learned of a contribution by Columbia Natural Gas to the recreation complex. The company is contributing the gas line for service to the buildings. If the district were to pay the standard cost for the line it would amount to to The gas, company normally provides only 75-feet of line on private property. Int the case of the recreation complex it is supplying an additional J80 feel of pipeline and it si providing a large enough line to accommo- date expansion of the complex. Council ratified an earlier agreement with Crows Nest In- dustries Limited for a site for the new water reservoir. It has acquired the .05 acre site for The site of the reser- voir is across the new highway location from Red Cedar Drive. The lines were placed across the new highway several weeks ago and the site preparation has commenced. Construction of the reservoir will be under- taken in the near future. Con- tractors are Cunningham and Shannon. was installed recently by Dis- trict Deputy Jean LeGrandeur of Cranbrook, assisted by past honored royal lady Mary Price along with Christina Hotte of the local lodge. Installed to were past honored royal lady Lill Kemp; honored royal lady Millie John- son; conductress Florence Han- ncm; chaplain Alda Bosetti; historian Jenny Regenas; lec- turing lady Edith Zak; loyal Shirley Sloen; associate lady Frances Kuryluk; inner guard Jenny Rojck; outer guard Assunta Amatto; trea- surer Theresa Vigna; secre- tary Anna Fabro; pianist Vio- let Manlquet and trustees Bena Vanoni, Cath Gryschuk and Vic Smaniolto. A social evening concluded the event. Kootenay-Elk rail backed SPARWOOD (HNS) Fernie council has supported a motion supporting construction of the Kootenay and Elk Railway and has agreed to endorse a sim- ilar motion by the Fernie and District Board of Trade. Mayor Vernon Uphill said, following a meeting with Crows Nest Industries president Bruce Pepper, "It appeared the only way, from Mr. Pepper's infor- mation, that CNI's Line Creek reserves could be brought into production was through con- struction of the railway." Tiie railroad, an alternative to the only other shipper, the CPR, would connect with the Burlington North ern for car- riage via U.S. lines to Roberts Bank. SIMPSONS-SEARS Coldspof s low design, 4Vu-Saver' air conditioner keeps you wonderfully cool indoors, while you enjoy an unimpaired view of what's going on outdoors BTU Coldspot 'Aware' conaitioner is only 10" high NOW Completely automatic. Just set and forget it. Compressor and fan turn on and off as conditions dictate. Fan speeds change automatically, too.. Washable, gcrmicidal filter screens out dust, pollen, and other irritants. Turn fan to 'low' selection for quiet operation and sound sleep. Four way, direction circulates fresh, cool air. The exhaust forces out stale air. Sliding elm front panel reverses to a cane weave design. Easy to install. Charge it on your all-purpose account STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 o.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. 1o 9 p.m. Centra Village Telephone 328-9231 Thurtdoy, Jun. SJ, 1973 _ THE LETHBRIDGI HERALD 25 GoHlather II make you an offer t refuse! let an eosy guy from DUNIOP FORD lake you for a ride in one of our exciting 1972 mod- els and then maka you an offer you can't reFuie, ai we pass factory volume ditcaunli and holdbacks on to you. Now every T972 in stock discounted by hundreds of FORD'S SMOOTH RIDING IMPORT NOW AT DUNLOP FORD! OVER 100 NEW AND EXECUTIVE DRIVEN CARS ON SALE 1972 FORD F-250 CAMPER SPECIAL Two-tone green, sporfs custom cab, 360 motor, aulo. trans., P.S., P.B., H.D. sus- pension, overload spring, 25 gal. extra fuel tank, 9.50 x 14.5 special camper tires. Regular Retail 6020.60 CC1OA YOURS FOR........... 90 I OU Oar Stock No. 178 T972 CUSTOM 500 2 DOOR HARDTOP V-8 engine, troni., P.S.. P.D.B., radio, two tone green and white. This is a demo. Our stock No. 20. 90 'day unconditional warranty and fac- tory NOW 1972 EXECUTIVE DRIVEN THUNDERBIRD 2 DOOR HARDTOP Fully equipped air conditioning, steroo cruise control, C-pillar copptr- firo with brown vinyl roof. White leather interior. Michetin mile guaran- teed tires. Only of these units avail- able per year. GREAT SAVINGS ON THIS PERSONAL LUXURY CAR 1972 UD BROUGHAM 4-DOOR HARDTOP Gray and black exterior, dork red In- terior, fully equipped air conditioning, power scats, power windows, stereo, cruise control. See thli one. 90 ctcry unconditional war- ranty and factory warranty. Only miles. OVER NEW CC7QO NOW................. 9O I 93 ALSO 75 A-l USED CARS ON SALE! 1969 CMC SUBURBAN 6 PASSENGER HOLIDAY VAN V-8, auto., P.S., P.B., miles, real clean, A-l unil. 1970 FORD CUSTOM 500 2 DR. HARDTOP V-8, auto., P.S., P.B., rodio, yellow in color, well eared for A-l unit, 1970 CORTINA 4 DOOR 4 cylinder, automatic trans., radio, red ond white in color. Our Slock No, 63A. 30 day unconditional warranty "STEAL-A-DEAl" ON AN A-l USED CARI 1971 DODGE CHALLENGER 2 door hardtop, 9.400 miles, V-8, auto, trans., P.S.. P.B., radio, brown in color. Our stock No. 1985B. 30 Doy Un. conditional Warranty....... 1971 RANGER F-100 Blue in color, 360 motor, outo, P.S., P.B., radio, name available. A-l unit 1968 AMBASSADOR DPI 4 DOOR SEDAN Air conditioned, P.S., P.B., radio, V-8, oufo. trans., rucl and gold in color. Ono owner. Our Stock No. 3694A. 30 Day Unconditional Warranty...... OPEN HOURS: Weekdays 8 o.m. fo 9 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m. CONVENIENT LOW RATE FINANCING ALL ARRANGEMENTS MADE HERE CORNER M.M. DRIVE and AVE. PHONE 328-8861 ;