Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 3

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 40

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Soturooy, March 17, I97S THE IITHBRID6E HERAIB 3 Magrath school proposed Stars of the festival VERN DECOUX photo Miss Karen PozzT, left, and Miss Lurie Fumagalli, centre, are chosen musical promise" in the Crowsnest Pass Musical Feslival. They share the by adjudicator Margaret Swetnam as competitors showing the greatest Blairmore Lions scholarship award. Cloakroom addition okayed CARDSTON (HNS) The ardslon school board has ap- proved an expenditure of t75 to provide an addition to :he southwest entrance to the ardslon High School. Taber MD reassured oil grants TABER (HNS) Concern of ttie Taber MD council over possible loss of revenue under the provincial government's new municipal grant structure has been mollified by informa- tion rccived from the Alberta Association of Municipal tricis and Counties. Council was advised the min- ister of municipal affairs had advised a joint meeting of rural and urban municipal associa- tions that the conditional grant, based on a percentage sup- plementary school costs, could be earned if the total municipal millrate was not increased by more than 7.5 per cent. By interpretation, the total municipal millrate U the total assessed last year less that portion which was paid to the school foundation program fund and the local school administra- tions. II will provide ad- ditional cloakroom and circu- lation space and a double set of doors to solve weather prob- lems. Also approved were cabinets for the music room; purchase of folding bleachers for the gym and the installation of el- ectric winches to raise and low- er baskets in the gym. MAGRATH PROJECT The board passed a resolu- tion to submit a revised state- ment of need to the school buildings branch for new school facilities at Magrath. Board members have made numerous submissions and trips to the department of education in an effort to ob- tain provincial approval and support for this project. Due to differing opinions about shortening the noon hour in Cardston schools, the board decided not to pursue the Idea further. The board is offering scholar- ships to Grade 12 students in Cardston and Magrath high schools. These, will be award- ed for highest marks on the following basis: Matriculation student, diploma student, and each for industrial arts, busi- ness, home economics end mu- sic. Mrs. Mavis Erno was ap- pointed to the staff of the Card- ston Junior High School. Sim replaces Robert Campbell. He was transferred to Del Bonila. The annual meeting has been set for Wednesday, March 21, at 8 p.m. in the music room 3.5. Smith School. All electors of the division are invited to attend. Tlie next hoard meeting will be held Thursday, March 22, at 10 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Dalil honored CLARESIIOLM (Special) Friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Dahl honored them at a party in tlie IOOF Hall here recently for their re- cent Silver Wedding Annivers- ary. Gordon Brown was master of ceremonies. Members of the Chinook Camera Club presented the item, "Our Sound of comprising colored slides with appropriate music. James Norgard made the presentation from the com- munity of an upholstered cap- tain's chair and hassock. From the hosts and hostesses Gordon. Brown presented an electric clock. Dancing followed to music by Wayne Carl's orchestra. 400 hear festival concert By VERN DECOUX Crowsneat Pass Bureau BLAIRMORE More than 400 people packed the auditori- um of the Isabella Sellon School here for the grand final con- cert of award winners of tie Crowsnest Pass Music Festival. The presentation of awards followed the concert. It was un- der direction of Dr. Robert Brown and E. Heinemann of the Blairmore Lions Club. It sponsors the annual event. Blairmore Elks Lodge award for band competition, Crows- nest Pass High School Band. Madeleine Pinkney Duet Award in piano, Virginia Gale and Joan Koinberg of Blair- more. Madeleine Pinkney Sonata Award, Karen Pozzi o! Belle- Dobek Brothers Reed Solo Award, Jody Hutchinson of Sparwood. Blairmore Lions Piano Solo Award, shared by Laurie Fumagalli and Karen Pozzi of Bcllevue. Blairmore Lions String Solo Award, Laurie Fumagalli. Blairmore Lions Junior Vocal Award, s h a r e d by Karen and Michelle Dobek. DISTRICT Water users have 5 million problem JOIIIS J TABER (HNS) Possible ways of financing million of Illgll lliark Competitors renovation of the Taber irriga- o I lion svstem will be discussed BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Marks of 89 were awarded to four Crowsnest Pass Music Festival competitors. Those receiving the high score were Virginia Gale of Blairemore, piano solos; Dianne Wells of Blairmore, sonatina; Karen Pozzi and Laurie Fuma- 7 members repair books COLEMAN (CNP The Coleman Community Lib- rary has a healthy bank bal- ance. A work bee held recently saw seven members turn out to re- pair books and editions. process new Copies of the National Geo- graphic Mag azine and boofrs on animate, wild life and vege- tation were recently placed on the slwlves. Newcomers to Coleman were extended an invitation to visit the library. gaUi both of Bellevue, piano solos. Results follow: PIANO DUET 12 vears and under: Joan Rarffard and Karen Vare, 67. Eighl years and under: Virginia Gate and Joan Kolnberg, 83. Fourteen years and under, Barbara Dennis and Judy Pharis, 86; and Lori Koinberg and Tony FumagaHi, 33. French Horn Solo C: Margaret Edl, 87. Trombone Solo D: Gall Wells, 83. POETRY Dramalics, 15 years and under, Deb- bie Freng, 82. Canadian, 9 years and under. Char- lotte Dobek, 66. Baritone Solo E: Gten Munro, 84. Tuba Solo C: Gail as. Concerrt Band, gracfe 3; High Schoal Band, 86. Choirs: Plncher Creek United Church Yoiflh Choir, 84. Piano solo: 15 years and unfl Laurie Fumagalli 89; Brcnda Pharis of LundbrecK, 67. Baritone Solo C: Darren Fantio, 84. PIftNO DUET Open, Laurie Fuma gall] and V 'man Man 67, VIOLIN SOLO 15 years and untfer, Laurie Fuma- SOLOS MUSICAL THEATRE The Taber Pioneer Club PRESENTS PERSON the MOM AND DADS FRIDAY March 9 p.m. Sli TABER CIVIC CENTRE SEE, HEAR, AND DANCE TO THE HAPPY MUSIC OF THIS TREMENDOUS GROUP EXACTLY AS HEARD ON RECORD RADIO DIRGCT FROM SPOKANE WASHINGTON Advance Tickols each or S3.00 al >ha door. Now on tale ot Taber Drug or write Box 371, Taber IANO SOLO Bach open, Laurie Fumagalli 8i. Beethoven Sonata Senior' Karen years and urvder, Bonnie Park B; Lori Koinberg 87. Nine and under: Virginia 'ale 89, Berhany Codd 83. Sonafina 13 years and under: Dianne E9, Karen Dotek G3. 'OCAL SOLOS GTrls Grade 4: Chmlina Jamleson 5. Michelle Boys Grade 4: Woody Sutherland Girls Grade 5: Gillian Heaton 84, "ammy Jenk'rvs 83. Boys Grade 5: Rodney Kelfles .eslfe Dyck antJ Bruce Elliot B2 marks ach. Girls Grade 6: Barbara Durkstn S6, Afdahl 84. Boys grade Lloyd Dyck and Ed- in Bryant 8i each. and under. Grant Boys FolX Sing: Dyck :HAMSER MUSIC Beeinncrs Class, St. Mlchaefs iinners Band 85. ICHOOL CHORUS Recital Canyon School P1n- lncher Creek Canyon School grade 1ANO SOLO Bach-Senior: Karen Pozzi OF Belle- B6. StRLS SOLOS Sacred: Joan Radford, Si. Grade 7: Bonnie Park, 66, 12 to 14 years: Barbara Dennis, 85. School Recorder Chorus: St. Mi- lhael't School, Plncher Creek, DRAMATIC POETRY 12 years and under: Charlaine Fila- fllo, 15; Jody Macleod, St. lion system will be discussed at Uie annual meeting of the! water users of tlie Taber Irri- gation District at p.m. Wednesday at the Royal Can- adian Legion Hall here. TID directors indicate that 160 miles of lateral yet to be rehabilitated at a cost of more than per mile would cost the district dollars per year over the next 10 years. With governments contribut- ing per year, financing of the remaining would cost some per acre over the district annually. Added to present water rales of rates couM increase to to per acre per year, on the acres involved in the district. With an upset price of only per acre (total to per the rehabilitation job would require more than 15 years to complete, possibly longer than the present system can wait for rebuilding. Recent announcements of ad-1 ditional funds to be made avail- able by senior goyernm ents have a positive impact on renovation plans, by either re- ducing the completion time for the project, or reducing the an- nual rates the water users. How I ong govern ment fu nd- ing will continue beyond the 10 year period has not been deter- mined. "What should the irrigation rates be over the nex t JO Tlie answer he de- cided by the owners (users) of the system at the meeting. Keith E, Francis (east Barn- well to south and Mike D. Reti, (Taber Big were returned to office for three years. WIENER ROAST FINCHER CREEK (Special) Pincher Creek and District Mountaineers Snowmobile Club wilJ hold a wJener roast at 8 o'clock tonight at the first camp kitchen north of the Cas- tle River Ranger Station. All members and families are in- .vited. The club will pay all expenses. More district pages 39, 40 IlilliElli'S! Don't SPAR MOUN9 with your INCOME TAX Taxes fiave you on the ropes? A little fancy foot- COMPLETE work will bring you to RETURNS H R Incomo Tax ChompioFtil We'll givn a knockout punch our fqst, accur- ole, guaranteed Mtvke at H R BLOCK. I guannte KdiraU prcpwation wery UK rehirnT] H my enure cort you. any penalty of m- terS. wHI tot onfr penalty or interest. co- i'i UneH In Stnice Dm 6000 (Kfkei m 8153rd AVE. SO. 314 13th ST. NO. WEEKDAYS 9 to 9; SAT. 9 lo S PHONE 327-3712 OPEN SATURDAY NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY PUBLIC RECEIVERSHIP AUCTION CONSTRUCTION and CRUSHING EQUIP. TRACTORS, TRUCKS, TRAILERS, VANS FRIDAY, MARCH 30th -11 a.m. Preview Wed., Thurs., March 28th and 29th FAIRGROUNDS CLOVERDALE, B.C. of West coast Aggregates, Village (In Receivership) and Others 2 COMPLETE CRUSHING WASHING and SCREENING PLANTS (1) 10x36" Universal Jaw crusher, feed hopper and Grfssley, approx. 30 yd. cap; D13000 power plant and Cat D3I5 elec. plant, 3'xl2' Simons Horiz. sand screw, 3 conveyors, motors, pump, (1) 10x36" Diamond jaw crusher, feed hopper approx. 40 yd, cap; power unit and Stamford generator, 2 screens (3 and 4 telesmith sand screw 3 conveyors, motors, pump, electrics. '65 Cat 966B F-f. loader, 57H 158, series B, yd. bucket, '66 Michigan Mod. 85, ADC-Ill yd. F.E. loader, '63 Michigan Mod. 55ADGM, series II 2V'j yd, F.E. loader, '69 John Deere, Mod. 350 F.E. loader, VI GMC, Mod. 6500 Iractor, 238 h.p. dtcsel, '70 GMC mod 6500 Iroctor, 427 V8r '68 Kenworth, Mod. 123 fralcor, NTC 335 Cum- mins, '68 Whife Freighlliner, '63 Kenworth, Mod. 123 tractor, NTC 335 Cummins, '63 IHC, Mod. 190, 427 V8, '60 Kenworth, Mod, 123 Iractor, NH 250 Cummins. TRAILERS 1972 Trailmobile 45', 1966 WiMock 40', 1966 Fruehauf 40', 1967 Evergreen 40', 1967 Fruehauf 40', 1958 Columbia 35', 4 Fruehauf Furniture Irailers, approx. 454', 1 Norlhwest Furniture trailer, M 151, Mod. 5VF. VANS '70 GMC iruck van, 20', Mod. 5500, 350 V8, '69 IHC van, 24', 427 V8, 1966 IHC, 22' von, 327 V8, 1965 Isuiu trucV van, 125 h.p. diesel, '62 Ford V8, 18' 1960 IHC, 12' truck van, 6 cyl. 4 spd. CedarapEds 15x36" port, crushing 4 War thing [on 6-7 cu. yd. concrete mixers? '66 White tandem truck, 614 cu. yd. mixer; Howe Richardson 50 ton I ruck scale; 35' 2-225 and 300 EBL. SHo'sf Elevated batch plant; 7 yd., Conveyex triple scales; Cement handling system; 45' belt conveyor 24" reducllon unfl; motors; e1c. Norjhwesf mod. 25 crawler crane, 11933, bucket and backhon attach.j Timbe- tofer Ib. 1963 Patrick articulated fork fill 4x 4; Hyster mad. 75 forklilt, Towmofor Schram traclalre; I.R. 125 CFM compressor (New) 80 CFM port, compressor; Joy port, Cat D318 compressor; 200 amp. welder; Airco welder; 2 Kohler generators; '67 Codiilac Eldorado; '70 Ford LTD; '67 lincoln Cant.; pumps; space heolers; hyd. jacks; snatch blocks; ;thain biocks; shop and office equipment. Derailed Pictorial Brochure on request MAYNARD'S AUCTIONEERS LTD. 1233 W. GEORGIA ST., VANCOUVER, B.C. 685-7378 REPORT your THclcthbttdge Herald Correspondent in Your Area GRASSY LAKE g MRS. MARY TRUNBUU I IRON SPRINGS fi MRS. E. G. SORGARD 655-233J 738-4460 I I LOMOND 1 MRS. liONARD CHASE 792-3646 i 1 MAGRATH 1 MRS. DOUG MARKER 758-655J 1 MEDICINE HAT MEDICINE HAT NEWS 527-1101 I MILK RIVER 1 GlENN 647-3538 p Contact these people for your District Newt or Classified Advertising jj Offer expire! Saturday, March 24th KIRK'S TIRE SALES 1621 3rd AVE. S. TABER PHONE 327-5985 FERNIE, B.C. ;