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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Pass is By VERN DECOUX Crowsncst Pass Hurcau BLAIRMORE CJFFl went on the air recently with impres- sive opening ceremonies at llic new station on Blairmore's main street. Bob Lang of CJOC Leth- bi'idge, the mother station, wel- comed guests. They included Norman Uoltcril, president of Lethbridge Broadcasting; George Brown, vice president and general manager of CJOC. They expressed pleasure at be- ing able to provife the radio service for the Crowsncst Pass. Mr. Lanfi introduced many members of radio station CJOC and television station CJOC- TV. Short addresses indicat- ing the appreciation of 'Pass towns for the radio station were given by Mayor Jim Fisher oE Bellevue, Mayor George AS'ait of Elairmore, councillor Emily Misura of Coletnan, deputy mayor Milan Balog of Frank and 'Bob Elliot of (he Hillcrest Citizens Committee. The local station will be op- eralcd by Darryl Ferguson, sta- lion supervisor; Mary Grigel, office manager; and Terry Vogl, station announcer. Tele- phone number for the new sta- tion is 562-2806. Guests toured the local studio. They were entertained- at t h e Credit Union office where they met radio and tele- vision people. WINS SEAT Stanley J. Stoklosa, head chef of the Claresholm Care Centre, for- merly Hie Alberta Hospital, a Clarcsholm (own coun- cil seat in the recent by- election. A native son of the Crowsjiest 'Pass, Mr. Stofclo- sa was instrumental in intro- duction of new food technol- ogy programs at the South- ern Alberta Institute of Tech- nology and the Northern AI- herta Institute of Technology. He says: "New spice on town council is perhaps .Jim Wannamaker resigned. Defeated were Len Bach and John Baker. Photo Bellevue cleanup under way BELLEVUE meet in g which will com- ncnce at 7 p.m. The 100-million-gallon pond vill increase the winter storage of irrigation water to some 235 million gallons, sufficient to carry the town over the seven months during which irrigation water is not available. called in early sum- mer, with an early completion date, were too high for accept- ance- At that time, it was con- sidered advisable to call for bids again during October for completion by June 30. The stay in calling tenders was to give time to assess the need for the reservoir next year, since Carnation Goods pot- ato plant will not operate until next fall, and a proposed major industry would not be operative until a year later. Robert II, Vickcrman, coi> su Hi ng en gincer for Crowther and partners, Calgary met with a council committee and tentative agreement was reached to delay the construc- tion for one ycr. Mr. Vickerman also present- ed preliminary plans for replac- ng the 24-inch outfall sewer line with 30-inch pipe, relocat- ing it to clear land for Indus- trial development. Council will likely give ap- p roval to t he pi ans and ap- prove soil tests in preparation for engineering cost estimates Cor the line, Financing will also be con- sidered by the council if agree- ment is reached to proceed with the project. In other business, council air- pointed J. Bruce MHliken a.l deputy mayor for the ensuing six months, succeeding Ken- neth McDonald in the council'! second chair. Approval was given for council's support to southern Alberta's bid for the 1975 Can- ada Winter Games. Lake. At tire recent meeting the roll call was answered by 21 mem- bers with a Christmas gift for an Indian child, 21 gifts in all. The Nov. 15 meeting will be preceded by a noon luncheon. Mrs. Gladys Noble was given a senior citizen's silver tea- spoon. Crotvsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep., Blairmora Phone 562-2149 Jolly Janes WARNER (HNS) Warnei Jolly Janes met recently in Itii Memorial Library. Wendy Heppler opened it and poems were handed in. They sing at RirlgDvicvv Lodge soon. Tile program drawn COUNTRY NEWS These Are The Lethbridge Herald Correspondents in Your Area GRANUM MRS. ED. CtSAR General Delivery GRASSY LAKE MRS. MARY 7URNRUU General Delivery PICTURE BUTTE S. P. JOHNSON Gen. Del. RAYMOND MRS. OELIA WO01F Gen. Del. TURIN Mn. Paulin Juhar................ Phone 738.4394 Contact these people for your District News or Classified Advertising Datsun 610 2-door harmop Datsun's new luxury number, A luxury car from Datsun? Yes. Our new 610. If you know our popular 510, the new 610 is everything you'd expect in Datsun's bigger number There's an elegant new body. A smooth, solid ride. A superbly appointed interior. And all the comfort and safety features you need now. All built in at no extra cost. [There isn't much you can add in the way of options, except perhaps the automatic transmission and 610 4