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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Classi NATAL (HNS) Trustees of School District No. 1 already struggling with delays in their school building program because of a provincial government "freeze" on school and hospital rcferendums imposed nearly two years ago, are attempting to firm up plans for yet more school accommodation which population projections say will be needed. The school board has drawn up a tentative list of its requirements for the near future and estimates that it will have to go to the people asking ne trict may wrap up administrative details and apply for permission to hold a referendum. If Hie board is to have its referendum under way in time for the civic election in December then all these matters must be looked after in less than a month's lime. The school board is planning lo hold a special meeting to discuss the matter, but already knows that its pupil population "bulge" is in the elementary levels. Once these pupils reach higher grades, present years. He suggested that such a new school be built, and the present secondary school tie used as a junior secondary school. At that time, said Mr. Gill, the Grade 7 classes will more than fill the existing plant. In his report. Mr. Gill showed projected population in classes from Grades 7 lo 12 as Tolal school population at the end of the term in June was for the district and by the end of September this had grown to Of these, are now in Grades 1 to 7 and 901 in Grades 8 to costumes old articles at Cc COUTTS (HNS) The Coults UCW bazaar and bake sale, held at the Coults Civic Centre, was well attended and the old fashioned coffee hour was "different." All the women, serving and working al the different booths, were in oldtime costumes. A table displaying antique articles was the centre of interest. Oldtime melodies from the past were played on the piano throughout the .afternoon by Rev. G. Dickie. The junior choir, with sell Mills bazaar girls in costume, entertained. The UCW thanked all those who helped with donations of food and articles and to all who supported this fire I TABER (HNS) Fire losses in the MD of Taber during the first four months of 1971 amounted to Four fires in Taber accounted for while a single fire at Vauxhall cost the owners some One fire in the rural area at and seven vehicle and trailer fires on highway were assessed at The MD council accepted a proposal submitted by the Old-man River Regional Planning Commission for a subdivision extension at Barawell. One appeal against the water and sewer assessment in the white COALDALE (HNS) Police Chief Victor L. Mayer cautions parents to ensure their children wear white or light cloth-ing for Hallowe'en. A warning is also issued that anyone causing willful, malicious damage will be Tuwdoy, Octobtr 16, 1971 THE LETHBRIDG! HHAID 5 approval of a million refer- endum this fall. The estimate came after Dis- trict Sclwls Superintendent P. B. Pullinger and board secre- tary E. T. Chambers met with department of education offi- cials recently to examine essen- tial classroom needs. However, the board has been told the department cannot con- sider the particular needs of any district until it has exam- ined the needs of every school district in the province and an estimate of the total provincial dollar requirement is known. At this point, the Fernie dis- aecommodation will not suffice. The board must base its plans on one-year projections. Trus- tees are apparently pleased with the department's an- nouncement that it will now consider inclusion of gymnasi- ums in school plans, something that was dropped in past plans by way of economizing. In a report to the board, N. A. Gill, principal of the Secon- dary School in Fernie, said population projections show that a new secondary school, designed to accommodate 500 pupils, will be filled within five hamlet of Bamwcll was con- sidered and rejected. The as- sessment was in accordance with the initial agreement un- der which the maximum as- sessment for any property would be based on 100-foot frontage. The resignation of Elmer Marose, veteran poundkeeper, was accepted. A replacement was not appointed because the location of the pound might be changed. Mr. Marosc, retiring because of age, was one of 10 poundkeepers in the municipal- ity. The council was in receipt of a certificate of approval from engineers D. G. Mathieu cover- ing 6.5 miles of hard surfac- ing completed south of Grassy Kale by Gallelli and Sons. It authorized final payment on the job. Accounts approved for pay- ment for the month, amounting in total to included for the provincial gov- e r n m c n t s school foundation program requisition. U.S. INVESTMENTS The United Stales accounts for about 40 per cent of total recorded investments in Aus- tralia. Sparwoocl Activities Club to hold bake, rummage sale SPARWOOD bake and rummage sale will be held Oct. 30 from 10 to 3 p.m. in the Morris Insurance Office in Centennial Square. The sale is sponsored by The Sparwood Activities Club. This is a newly-formed club and ten- tative plans are for bingos, af- ternoon matinees for children, bake sales and other fund-rais- tog events. Money raised will go to tlie recreation complex here. Other plans are for a wel- coming committee to call on newcomers in the area. President of the group is Mrs. F. Bakes. Mrs. Heather Becker is vice-president; Mrs. Sharon Chabbert, treasurer and Mi's. Corrie Collins, secretary. Anyone wishing to donate to the rummage or bake sale could phone one of these num- bers for pick-up: 425-7238; 425- 6292; 7222; 2070. Seeks permit CRANBROOK (Special) Kimbrook Holdings Ltd. man- ager R. S. Dinsmore of Kim- berley has announced applica- tion for a million building permit at Cranbrook for its new Towne and Country Inn. Location is highway frontage in the 700 block of The Strip, Cranbrook Street. The new motor inn will offer 02 units, a 300-seat beer parlor, 300-seat convention hall, 120 guest dining room and 92-seat coffee shop. It will be built a-ound a covered courtyard with year-round heated swim- ming pool, and is expected to be in operation next tourist reason. Fujita home damaged by fire COALDALE The Coaldale Volunteer Fire Bri- gade answered a call to the Harry Fujita farm, three miles east and three miles south of Coaldale. Two bedrooms were badly damaged. There was loss of clothing and bedding as a result of the fire. No damage esti- mates are available. The in- vestigation is still continuing, reports Fire Chief George King. Contributions to aid the fam- ily are being accepted at the Coaldale Pharmacy. 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No. 4180; bench grinder on stand; assortment of welding rods; wheel carriers for 1100 and 1130 tractors; stand for 1100 and 1130 tractors; gar- bage barrels; gallon drums. gallon drums; ton hyd. jack; forch; armature tester; dial type torque wrench; pump removing tool anti- freeze tester; jack; hoses wilh extensions; drill bits; 1-tap and die set; coupler gauge; analizer with box of fit- tings; cabinet. remover; gun; pump for relief valve testing; 2-ridge reamers 1-Marquette Model 41-192 strobemeter; socket set; 1-Eclipso dial gauge; 1-Snap-On tune-up 1-Nuday diesel engine compressor lest kit; universal dial gauge; 3072 volt and amp lester; michrometer No. M-04 FLj brand bushing drivo kil; 1-stand for front of 1100 and 1130 tractors; 1-6" vise and steel bench; 4-steel work benches; 1-2U ft. electric heater for office. LUMBER CONSIGNMENT BOARD FT. 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