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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Trophy winners at 'Pass By VEIIN DECOUX Crowsncsl Pass Bureau Monday, Worth 19, 1973 THE UTHBRIDGI HERAID 3 Subdivision tabled Water storage licence bid could be start of big plan CRANBROOK (Special) A water storage licence applica- tion has been posted and filed on the city's behalf with the water comptroller. Storage would be 500 feet up- stream of the Moyie from its confluence with Negro Creek and its tributary Wuho Creek. Presumably this Is initial step in a proposed million water supply system from the southwest, as opposed to the ex- isting supply system on Gold- Joseph Creek from the south- easl. Planned storage quantity is acre-feet per annum The notice also applies for diversion of Moyie River water ten million gallons daily, aixni feet upstream from proposed storage point. Objections by those who con- sider their water rights are be- ing adversely affected can be registered, either w.Ji the wat- er recorder at the Cranbrook courthouse, or the provincial comptroller of water rights, within 30 days of. Uie March 12 posted notice. Highway 3 crossing at Bamwell game of chance for children TABER (HNS) A pedes- trian crosswalk on Highway 3 at Barnwell will not lie marked. The 40 school children using the unmarked crossing will con- tinue to take their chances. Vehicles are supposed to slow to 40 mph. Tiie crosswalk was request- ed by the Taber MD council. The department of highways withheld its approval on the grounds thst children might be less cautious if the crosswalk is marked. Consideration would only be given if a guard or school pa- .rol person were stationed al the intersection. The highways department nill look at the highway divid er. The MD council said it is so liigh as to obstruct proper vision of traffic crossing the highway. The median divider Mill be inspected by T. D. McGree of Lethbridge, district enginee for the department. Musenm opens at Piucher larch 26 at ball park D'ARCY RICKARD photos One school not affected by teachers' strike Eighteen school districts ore closed because of Jhe teachers' strike but al least one school is operating. Unaffected by Ihe strike is St. Mary's Blood Indian School on Ihe Blood Indian Reserve north of Carctston. A school bus, top photo, leaves afler classes Friday. John Carroll, above, one of 15 teachers employed by the department of Indian affairs, and members of the PSAC (public says there is no absenteeism in the school despite the fact many of the pupils have brothers and sisters idled by the closure of schools in other centres. PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Ace Foundation of Cal- ary will have a trailer display n the Memorial Communily Venire ball park here from larch 26 to 28, with hours of lo p.m. Monday and and 9 a.m. to 12 noon n the final day. Truck slid off road Lundbreek mil be visited from to p.m. Wed nesday, April 4, and Brock at the Peigan School Frida April 6, from to p.m One of the displays is spo sored by Glenhow-Alberta In stitute and deals with Plains BLAinMORE Trophy winners at the recent Crows- nest Pass Music Festival were: Walter Moser Memorial tro- phy for the highest marks, shared by Laurie Fum- agalli and Karen Pozzi, each 90 marks. Blairmore Lions Challenge trophy for high marks in sen- ior classes, Karen Pozzi. Blairmore Board of Trade Challenge trophy for junior classes, shared by Laurie Fumagalli and Karen Pozzi. Harold Mark Memorial tro- phy for junior choir classes, Blairmore Junior Choristers. Crow snest Consolidated School District Challenge tro- phy for best school chorus, Pincher Creek Canyon School. John Ferslay Challenge li'o- phy fo.- violin, Laurie Fuma- galli. L. L. Morgan Challenge trophy for vocal solo, shared by Karen and Michelle Dobek. J. E. Upton Memorial tro- phy for reed solo, Jody Hut- chinson of Sparwood, B.C. Frank EdI trophy for brass solo, Tony Fumagalli of Belle- vue. Moser Challenge trophy for piano solo, shared by Laurie Fumagalli and Karen Pozzi. Pineher Creel; Shield for orchestra competition, the Crowsnest Pass Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Frank Edl. Dr. L. R. Amundsen Chal- lenge trophy for band compel- lion, Crowsnest Pass High School Band under Ihe balon of Ken Skrzyzala in the ab- sence of teacher Arnold Man- gold. Chappell Memorial trophy for piano open, Laurie Fuma- galli. Roy TJplon Challenge tro- phy for Bach Piano, Virginia Gale of Blairmore and Rox- anne WanWyk of Bellcvue. Harvey Wheatcrolt Chal- lenge trophy for piano sona- tina classes, Dianno Wells of Blairmore. T. J. Costigan Challenge trophy for speech arls classes, Charlotte Dobek. Audrey Bonne challenge trophies, girls vocal solo grades one lo three, Michelle Dobek, and grades 7 to 0, Bonnie Park of Coleman. G. Eriksson Challenge tro- phies for boys vocal solos grades 4, 5 and 6, Edwin Bryant and girls, Barbara Dirksen, both of Pincher Creek. Pictures Page 15. TABEK (HNS) A proposal by John E. Evanson, farmer of Ihe Taber district, lo subdivide a quarter section of land into 10 10 acre plots, may ran in'.p some tough sledding before it becomes a reality. Tiie land in question is Uic soulhcasl quarter of section 20, 9, and 1C, and is located Iwp miles west of Taber and a mile south of 3. It is a por- tion of the Green farm pre- viously owned by Broder Can- nuig Company. The request lo subdivide, made to the Oldman River Re- gional Planning Commission was referred for approval to the Taber MD and the Taber D. The MD council tabled it un il the responsibility of the MD or supplying domestic ser vices, is determined. ID directors have no objec present water rales of wr acre must be commuted to i lump sum payment. The dls- :rict will not service agricul- :ural plots of less than 40 acres. The cominulalion rale, bas- ed on a three per cent return, is per acre, or for Ihe quarter section. The decision lo proceed now rests with Mr. Evanson. SUNRISE SERVICE NOBLEFORD (Special) A Sunrise Easter Sunday service is set for the Nobleford Chris- Man Reformed Church. Churches involved in this ser- vice are the Barons and Noble- ford Uniled Churches, Monarch Reformed Church and Ihe Nob- leford and Granum Christian Uon lo the subdivision but'the i Reformed Church. ATTENTIOIf C Open All Day Saturday All Credit Caids Accepted SALE FIRST TIRE LIST PRICE SECOND TIRE........ 1 ALL PASSENGER, TRUCK and TRACTOR TIRES OK' SALE! (EXCLUDING RADIAL TIRES) DROP IN AND COMPARE FREE MOUNTING -EXAMPLE- 4 PLY FLEETWOOD 7UBEIESS NYLON PASSENGER TIRE 1st TIRE 38.90 2nd TIRE ONLY LEONARD TIRE MART LTD. 1902 2nd AVE. S. PHONE 327-3580 "WE KNOWINGLY UNDERSELL" SPARWOOD (UN'S) Coron- er Siro Cimplini of Sparwood held an enquiry into the acci- dent at the Elk River bridge which claimed the life Jan. 17 of Letbbridgo Irucker Koss Thomas Jolmhson, 36. In reporting the out come of the enquiry, coroner Chnolini stated that ot the time of the AHI1S (MARCH 21-APRll 20] HOROSCOPE FOR YOUR Tired of locking horni every year with your lax return? Gallop over lo COMPLETE your nearest BLOCK office flETORNS and let us help slroighton things cut. We'll prepare, check, and guarantee your return. Try us. We won't pull 1ha woo! over your eyes. We guarantee accurate preparation of every tax retun If we make any errors that cot you any penally or it leresl, wi Mil pay only that penalty or interest. H'R CO. Canada1! largest Tax Service Wilh Over 6000 Offices In Norft itnerfci 815 3rd AVE. SO. 314 13th ST. NO. OPEN 9 A.M.-9 P.M. WEEKDAYS, 9-5 SAT. PH. 327-3712 OPEN TONIGHT MO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY acclrienl road conditions were wel and icy, it was raining lighlly but visibility was good. This portion of Uic road is downhill with a grade curve to the right, leading on to a single lane bridge Uiat is un- lighled. Speed limit Is 25 miles pe: Imir. Apparently Hie truck was going loo fasl for the icy con- ditions and when 11 started lo slide, crossed the road. Tiie driver braked and slid off the road into the river. The Iractor clipped Ihe comer of the bridge, breaking away from the trailer and both wenl down a steep '10-foot bank inlo Ihe river. The traclpr was completely submerged in about 30 feet of water. There were no witnesses to the accident. Cause of death was drown- ing. Mr. Johnson lived at 1021 20th St. S. and was employed by CP Transport. He was hauling a load of oil to the Fording Coal mine about 30 miles north of Naial in the Crowsnest Pass at about a.m. when his truck left the road near the Elk River bridge on the Elk Valley highway, Ihree mites north of Hie Highway 3 junction. More district oil page 15 Dial a wagon When your fancy falls on anewslation wag- on, or a sedan, or a sports car, or whatever, use ouc Phone-a-Loan Service lo arrange for a low-cosl, life insured loan to pay for it. Just dial our number, and we can take care of (be details over the phone. In fact, give us a call no matter what you need money for. Homo improvement. A holiday. To pay bills. For a down payment on a collage or borne. Canada Trust lias been helping Cana- dians for over 100 years. We slartcd in 1864, three years before Confederation. Now we want to help you. Thai's why, when you phone, we loan. It's thai convenient. Canada Trust Phone-a-Loan Service 3rd Ave, at 7th. 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