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La Crosse Tribune (Newspaper) - July 8, 1971, La Crosse, Wisconsin Flights offered delivered red 7/9/71 la Crosse Tribune thursday july 8, 1971�?21 Bra to dedicate Airport Black River Falls River Falls will dedicate its new Airport in a ceremony at 2 . Sunday july 11. The Airport is about two Miles South of the City on St 27. Louis Primus chairman of the Jackson county Board and mayor Michael Anderson of Black River Falls will speak. Members of the Airport committee Are James Dougherty Russell Schroeder and Edward Nemec. Construction was financed jointly by the county and City with state Aid Federal assistance. Jackson county civil defense director Arthur Frederik son announces Wisconsin air National guard planes will perform the a missing Many Man Euver to Honor prisoners of War in Vietnam. In the Man Euver one plane of the formation peels off to indicate a Man missing in action. It will be performed during the ceremony. The Mississippi Valley air service will have its 16 artist and work Jeff Matson 15, of the Pine Creek pioneers 4-h club inspects the sign he painted for Gullickson Glen Park assisted by Nandory another member of the club. The club has undertaken several projects to improve the Little Park Between Melrose and Taylor on ctr x to attract More visitors passenger plane present to offer flights Over the area. Two smaller aircraft of Viking aviation la Crosse will also offer rides and flyers from All parts of the state have been invited to Fly in for the occasion. Several aerobatic flyers will be performing including Jim southward of Bloomer and Vic Bloyer of Tomah. It is hoped also that Steve Witman of Oshkosh will be present. Two local men will represent the experimental aircraft association James Hagen and Allan Hostrawser. The new Airport has a runway 75 feet wide and 4,000 feet Long. The facilities include three single and one double hangar. It is one of the airports listed in the statewide Airport and aviation plan due to its key location in the state and its easy Access to the Taconite Plant and the recreational areas of Black River country. The old Airport East of the City has now been abandoned. Richland Center ready for High school Rodeo Richland Center 12th annual Wisconsin High school Rodeo championship Competition at the Richland county Fairgrounds will explode into action this weekend. A record 151 contestants from All parts of the state will be Riding bucking Broncos and bulls roping calves and competing in other highly skilled events july 9 to 11. Upwards of 15,000 persons Are expected for the performances at 7 30 . Friday and saturday and at 1 30 . Saturday and sunday. The Rodeo Parade traditionally the largest and finest in this area attracts More than 10,000 spectators to see the dozens of floats bands and drum and Bugle corps and the hundreds of horses and other units. The 1970 High school Rodeo Queen Lanny Farris of Marshall will be Back in Competition As will the All around Cowboy and cowgirl Pace Merrill of Baraboo and Mary Smyth of Cazenovia. Merrill and miss Smyth have make Rodeo history by taking the top state awards for two consecutive years. Merrill is in his last year of Competition but miss Smyth still has another year to go. She has the distinction of being the Only Wisconsin contestant Ever to place in the top three or four events in two consecutive years so she a been eligible in All four events for National Competition. Old fashioned Days slated at Taylor Taylor wis. A Taylor a 1971 old fashioned Days will be held Friday through sunday aug. 27 to 29. On the steering committee Are Gordon Huseboe John Hanson Pete Bradshaw James Kniseley and Burnett Berntson. The annual Celebration is sponsored by the Taylor Lions and commercial clubs. Monroe votes funds Road to patrol station of d Bra Council rejects land Purchase Black River Falls wis. A City Council wednesday night voted to turn Down the Purchase of the ice House property. The site along the Black Riv-1 or had been considered by the Council for use As a Park. On a motion by 2nd Ward Alderman Edward Nemec and seconded by 1st Ward Alderman Mildred Grosskreutz the Council voted to reject the offer which had been made by attorney Robert Radcliffe on behalf of the owner of the site Clarence Olson. The City has not been Able to procure a 50 per cent Cost of sharing from the housing and Urban development authority. The Council accepted the report of the Public welfare committee and went on record to change its name to the recreation health and education committee. Howard Linnel appeared before the Council in regard to a building which the Falls Oil co. Wishes to construct on Cedar Street. The finance committee recommended that the 10 per cent salary increase be withdrawn from the police department and that present salaries be increased i $65 a month retroactive to july 1. The Council instructed City atty. Jerry Laahs to take Legal action to collect delinquent parking violation tickets. Norwegians Here for festival Torleiv Bolstad top of Valdres Norway Champion hard anger fiddler his wife Kjellaug left and Anders and Sid Sel a Markrud will play and dance during the Decorah nordic fest july 23 through 25. Roger churness Elroy to have Sparta wis. A the Monroe county Board wednesday transferred $30,000 from the county a Road maintenance fund to construct 0.6 mile of Highway to connect with the proposed Wisconsin state patrol District Headquarters South of Tomah. Monroe county resource development agent Leonard Anderson explained that the proposed site is not accessible to existing highways. He said a 28-foot Road is proposed and after the county completes the grading surfacing and seeding the state transportation department will Blacktop the Highway after it has settled for one year. Anderson said a few details remain to be worked out at the state level and a contractor has been selected but not announced. Work should begin so that the building can be enclosed before inclement weather sets in. Craig Carlson director of the Monroe county manpower information Center in Sparta which is tion study concentrating on the i ref oilmen interstate system. Another team r.5>l will Survey Rural areas in refer Contant in a in 17 ence to solid waste and other be it a a wage disposal problems in barn Elroy wis. A the Elroy Tgu Vigil lutherans to ordain Yards. Others will conduct a Survey needed before applications can be made for the housing and Lions club will sponsor the first miss Elroy contest saturday july 17, during the Elroy fair Norwegia a America n Folk music festival Decorah Iowa a the nor the citizens of this province who Weglian american Folk music have made cultural contrib festival will again be part of tons of International signify the Decorah nordic fest july Cance. 23, 24, 25. The hard anger fiddle is Large guests from Norway will join by an instrument for the dance midwestern musicians and old and Bolstad will be Accomma timers will join the new Genera Nied on his trip to Decorah by a tion in a varied program of my dance troupe consisting of his sic of the people. Wife Kjellaug and Anders and highlighting the evening ses Sidsel a Markrud. Like Bol Sions will be the hard anger fid stad All three Are involved in d 1 e a Torleiv Bolstad from the preservation and promotion Valdres Norway. The Hardan of Norway a Folk traditions and Ger fiddle with its characters Are performers of the highest tic drone produced by extra distinction. Anders a Markrud strings below the fingerboard is was Norway a National Champi often called the National instr on in the acrobatic hailing ment of Norway. Dance in 1969, and he together in 1970 Bolstad won All the with his wife represented nor first awards on this instrument Way at a music festival in Covin the National competitions. Entry England last year. The the previous year he was pre two were also with the group seated the cultural prize of which won the first award at the Valdres an award granted to International Folk festival in Wales in 1970. Ferryville wis. Roger Lee Chur Ness son of or. And girls must be Between the mrs. O. H. Churness Rural Fer Urban renewal administration ases 13 and 17 but need not for housing for the elderly and be residents of Elroy. Low income families. The com entry Blanks must be of Theran Church at 3 . Sunday Pany arrives at Camp Mccoy to Ned Bank of Elroy be jul y in it. Sterling lutheran Rayville will be ordained into the ministry of the american la this weekend. The Board voted to rename fore july 10. George Blum of radio Wajc Nazeda Park near Warrens As Mauston will be master of Cere Mcmullen Park in Honor of the at it of Quot Tomah Quot Lions District Gover non a a a n to Board chairman who died a a a. Superintend it Storaasli professor june 19. Mcmullen was Active in Entz new Lisbon new testament at Luther Church Rev. A. M. Hegre officiating. Taking part in this occasion will be Rev. T. O. Holter pastor judges will be William Mell Kjof Parish club claims dam report inadequate Madison wis. A monies. New chairmen a Adolph c. Heilman of Sparta right who has been a member of the Monroe county Board since 1957, was elected chairman of the Board wednesday to succeed Lester m. Mcmullen who died june 19. Ted Cole of Cashton left was elected vice chairman to succeed Heilman. Establishing the Park. Tom Lumsden of Mauston mrs.0 Seminary St. Paul. Named to bargain with the Robert Burmester of Hillsboro a Rev Obert rust pastor of Union of county employees was and mrs Richard Dahlke of to Oakland Moscow Parish Oak a special committee headed by Lewoc Heilman and including August land Minn. And Rev. W. V. Johnson pastor of Christ lutheran Church St. Paul. Churness has accepted a Call to Grace lutheran Church Bow operated by the Wisconsin employment service presented the newly elected Board chairman for use As a county historical results of an occupational needs appointed a nine member Board museum. Survey of the county. For the Monroe county develop he said the Survey revealed ment corp., which will adminis that Monroe county employers ter various projects of develop Are More interested in vocation ment including construction of al training and the character of j the Highway to the patrol head the potential employee than in quarters College education. I they Are Heilman dist. Atty. Many employers surveyed prefer to give on the Job train ing to potential employees. Unemployment figures leased for Wisconsin for Ralph Osborne Chris Stefferud of Tomah chairman of the finance committee and county r e treasurer Patricia Harrie ap-1970 pointed in accordance with stat Lorin Smith of Sparta chairman of the committee said the project May be feasible if backed by a Strong historical society which the county does not have. However the project will be explored and if sufficient in test is generated it is possible that the museum will be developed Smith said. Anderson outlined projects scheduled for 60 members of the Hering Highway commissioner pro Ccleo Road Edwin Monick superintendent a Nooi Dora of the Monroe county Hospital names 2 leaders and rolling Hills Ralph of Prairie Duchien wis. Cd he will be installed As borne District attorney the prank Antoine was elected an as5ociate pastor there aug. Chairman of the personnel com ident and Paul Pinard i 8, 1971. Mittee to be named by of the Prairie do named "by3 the personnel com Chien a Fahrd of education at a Only one of the seven won Mittee. Heilman was chairman we a Ders of ancient world still of the personnel committee prior to his election As county Board chairman and has not named a successor. I George Sutton were also recon Myrle Aney was reappointed a Jed to the zoning Appeal braid to Doard approved a con succeed himself for a term o r a c for Paul Porvaznik to three years. Teach Art at the High school. Jack White and Donald Wal stands Egypt a great Cheops ters were seated As new Mem a Pyramid a Giza 5air about 5,-Bers, and retiring Board Mem look years ago. Bers mrs. Helen Larson and interspersed with the performances of music and dance from Norway will be the lighter old time music of the norwegian americans. This year the representation from the immigrant group will include members of americans a new generation Folk musicians. Among Sierra club attorney Robert w. These will be the country and Smith of Madison said wed nes Folk blues singers Judy Larson Day the army corps of Engi and John Kolstad of the a sorry neers a clipped and pasted to Mut has in Minneapolis. Their Gether a a report on the Environ specific ethnic background is no mental Impact of the la Farge longer reflected in their music dam project. But it possesses the simple senti Smith asserted the engineers rents and deep feelings which report was inadequate to meet Are the sounding Board behind the Law under the National in the Folk music of All Peoples Viro mental policy act. There will be afternoon and he presented the con evening sessions of the Folk my ser vation clubs Case in a . Sic festival on Friday and Sau District court hearing to show urday july 23 and 24. And an cause on an injunction the club Early and a late afternoon ses has filed to Stop at least tem Sion on sunday july 25. Pora Rily construction of the other activities of the nordic dam. The $26 million project fest include arts and crafts sex would create an 800-acre Lake Hibit ions and demonstrations the club charged the corps smorgasbord concerts Street with overstepping congressional dancing. An atmosphere of Gaie authority for the project and to and old world Charm sur that the Cost Benefit ratio for rounds the entire festival in de the dam is not practical. Corah. Showed Monroe county had the Ute requirements Alan Wall of 407th civil affairs company of w0$tby Council highest average unemployment Cashton John Sund of Sparta Minneapolis during its two. Figure in the area a 8.4 per Ralph Matthews of Tomah weeks of summer training at do luvs act of cent. Lloyd Mccaskey of Oakdale and Camp Mccoy. He said eight other percentages were Vernon county 8.3 Juneau county 8 Jackson 7.1 la Crosse 7.4 Trempealeau 6.6 and Buffalo 3.2. Hollis Meacham of Wilton referred to the buildings and grounds committee was the offer of John Kress or. To turn Over the vacant Western Supply lawyers will be working to review zoning Shoreline and other ordinances and codify some ordinance for the county. The vacancy was left by the resignation of mrs. Carol Pollock. Provaznik previously taught Art two years at Wauzeka. Adolph c. Heilman of Sparta Wesco warehouse in Sparta on Cable system group to sing Westby Westby in Houston gym City Council meeting tuesday Houston Minn. A the twelve men will be assigned again postponed any decision on East siders vocal group of col the Job of making a transport granting the Cable to franchise Juge and High school youths requested by Delmore Zirzow from Trumbull conn., will Ireland son David due to the Ina sent a concert in the Houston ability of the City attorney Les Grade school gym at 8 . Fri ter Skundberg to be present at Day july 9. The meeting. The group has recorded three Skundberg is hospitalized at Long play albums and has been la Crosse. Giving concerts throughout the building or altering permits . And parts of Canada during were granted for the aarness the past five years. And destry residences and for a 60 by 100-foot storage shed for nov Lucey to speak Westby hardwoods co. At r a re the Council also voted Favora-1"t Lampion dinner Bly on a Resolution authorizing Prairie Duchien wis. A the electric and water Utility to gov. Patrick j. Lucey former go ahead with the installation of Crawford county resident will piping excavating ridges and speak at an 8 . Dinner in his furrows in the City a Landfill Honor at Campion Jesuit High sewage disposal system. Pm school saturday pm Oyes of the Utility will do some Lucey is a 1935 graduate of of the work at a saving to the Campion and began his Politica City. The estimated Cost is $7,000. Ssiss. R. J. Eckstein of Cassville still does no to believe it. He had his car painted this Spring and drove it around for three weeks before he noticed the old school Days misspelling of Mississippi. Eckstein represents the great River Road commission. Is he going to have it changed a not on your life. Its Good advertising a he says. Supervisor for Tomah named Sparta wis. Harry Hill was appointed to the Monroe county Board wednesday t o represent a Tomah District. He succeeds the late Les Mcmullen who was chairman of the Board. Career in the state legislature As assemblyman from Crawford county for a two year term in 1948. School chief named Gays Mills wis. Robert l. Cook of Portage has been appointed administrator of the North Crawford school District by the Board. He plans to make his Home at mount Sterling. Monitor explained mrs. Barbara Mason discusses the use of the cardiac Monitor with James Sanger of Madison at Black River memorial Hospital which has four of the monitors unusual for a Hospital its size. Sanger first year medical student is spending 10 weeks in Black River Falls under the family practice program by which medical students Are encouraged to engage in general practice when they have completed their training. Sanger is observing the work and practice of eight Hospital staff doctors

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