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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta sfevr Augult I, 197J THE LFTIIBRIDOI HERAIB _ 3 con for Settler Days COAJJMLK (HNSj Plans been completed for the jjnmial Coaldale Settler's Days Friday and Saturday witli a of events scheduled. Opening event will a street tianec Friday nigM in front of the Ventura Hotel from 9 to I a.m. Saturday's events will be launched by a free pancake and sausage breakfast sponsor- ed Jiy Ihe Coaldalc Business- men's Association from 7 to on main, street. The parade will follow. Plans call for a public lunch- eon Jn the Coaldalc Fire Hall at with Mrs. Peter Mack, Mrs. Peter Enns and Mrs. ick Twitchen co-ordinators of e affair. Highlighter] at 2 p.m. will be Claresholm invaded by 40 aircraft CLARESHOLM (HNS) A total of private aircraft were on hand for the annual fly-in breakfast held at the flying Inn at Claresholm's industrial airport. The breakfast was sponsor- ed by the Claresholm Flying Club and was followed hy a competition in spot landing and flour bag bombing. Don Armit of Calgary won the bombing trophy with George Williams of Lelh- hridge taking first place in the spot landing contest. Trophy for the oldest plane in attendance went to Jack Landage of Calgary with his 1529 Gypsy Moth double-wing plane. And the Harvard flown by Jim Swartz of Vauxhall came in for much attention after a display of aerobatics. Smallest plane was a home- built model by Dick Sharp of Calgary. i'rcd Winters of SI. Albert won the trophy for attending from the farthest away point. Spectators were provided with an "extra" by members Grit chief to tour Kootenuy Unified govt. is answer to Toss problems MP CRANBROOK (Special New liberal leader for British Columbia, D n v i Anderson, starts a rjiiick Kontenay con- itiluency whirl at Cranbrook airport Thursday, Aug. 3. He arrives at ID a.m., drives to a coffee session at Kimbcr- ley's Oasis, tlien heads a Cran- brook cavalcade to the York Hotel here for a no-host lunch- eon, and half-hour talk. Visit Is on behalf of Burl Caldwell, Kootenay I.iheral candidate. Press conference is scheduled to follow thy informal luncheon, and at Mr. Anderson goes to Crcston on behalf of Ihe Ncl- son-Crcslon Liberal candidate. Alan Coles lias been named the Caldwell campaign man- ager, anrl hcndqiiarlers will be In a trailer at KM Ninth Ave- nue. Fernie Lilxrals in Koote- nny rifling will have 1 h e i r campaign organisation meeting T.tonday. Tlon Powell's campaign as Progressive. Conservative can- didate has now gone into gear, with headquarters in Ihe Trad- ing Company miildinc on Ninth Avenue, lie will have a supporting meeting attended by I'f.' lender Derril Warron sche duled for mid-August date not yet set. His campaign man- ager is Alderman Don Sher- ling. Pastor David Droves of Kim herlcy is Social Credit candi- date anrl has a door-to-door canvass underway. HV VKHN nrccoux Crowsiirsl Pass Bureau BELLEVUE (CN'P Allan Sulalacky, MP, was pres- ent at the recent Bellevue vil- lage council meeting and re- affirmed a new post office building will be built in 1973. It will he completed and in service by 1973. He suggested the village should altempt to get a local firm to do the construction, to include possibly several other businesses in the same com- plex. The federal government 1 would then guarantee s 10-year lease on Ihe post office section .hey would rent. If this is not possible Ihe federal government will build ils own quarters for the post office, he said. Mr. Sulatacky felt the an- swer to the economic problems now faced by the Crows Pass, and [lellnvue, is R unified syslerr of government or a county sys- em. He suggested the village lake advantage of the potential in the area such as developing tourism. lie stated be hoped to gel the federal government to de- clare parts of the 'Pass (such Lille) historic sites. lie also suggested attempts should be made to try to get the Crowsnest Pass designated as a .STjecial assistance area to be eligible for government as- sistance. He felt the necessary reasons to warrant this were here anrl especially in Belle- vuc. The area, he felt, should apply for a public hearing to try io promote ints. Numerous complaints have been received regarding the nearness of the local nuisance grounds, flocated at the east end of the Frank to town. Papers and other debris are blowing to private property says an'l offensive smoke from, the diicnp is polluting the air, dis- pleasing many local persons. A letter is to directed to W. D. Isbistcr assistant deputy minister of the department of municipal affairs, stressing the immediate need for action to relocate the Bellevue dump. Many complaints of speeders in town have been received by council and attempts will be made to gel a radar unit for the RCMP to use to curb speed- ing in town. Itev. Bart Wobbcn advised council the church wishes to move (he Bible Museum and Miniature Church now located at Burmis to a site in Bellevue done to the two buildings. Coun- cil will aid in relocating the unit in (he village. It will serve as a tourist attraction. Deputy-Mayor Godfrey Hun- gar declared Aug. 7 as a civic holiday. of the Calgary Sky Diving Club who staged a thrilling display of sky diving. Club members use the Clareshplm airport for practice sessions each weekend. A sound truck was provided by Gerry Hammond of Turin and the Claresholm Volunteer Fire Department was on hand with a lire truck In case of emergency. 'ine fly-in followed on the heels of a soaring and gliding competition held here. 'Pass Symphony awarded grant Garden City parade 'grand and glorious event' Hy MIIJmKt) HAKKF.R Herald News Service MACRATil The victorious M tip rath QmLston Band Ilio Carricn City's parade; on Pioneer Day. Numerous color- ful enlries matte il an milstanrl- grand mid glorious event. i n n c r s for finals were: BECOME PART OF THE SCENE WITH THE EXCITING NEW PANOLOC PASS-THRU REAR CAB WINDOW Clt LETHBRIDGE GLASS NOW ENJOY YOUR LEfSURE TIME TO THE FULLEST WITH ALL THESE ADVANTAGES OFFERED BY PANOLOC Comforlnbln flow ihr iMiiqufi doubln sliding 72 inches jugli air ventilation provided by safety panei willi opcningi up fo otion trovollir nnrl rfornliilily wilhin I nluminum, frcf, of c iih occen be 1 ween Aitu ofoly orfi tho o ol icrcfin, remcn cintJ Iruck wind oblo ilabl n frnn nlic onl. ol self -lotting from msi ndow. 1o ninlclt openings on Pcwofoc by Lelhhridge Glass Family 1. Arthur Wocknitz 2. Cliff Miller Family. Fraternal Magrath Hospi- Welling Ward. Commercial Bank of Mon- treal: Tyler's Gull Service. Club Magratli and District ill Heef Club; Swimming fool. Decorated ears Carter's Garage; Dutch's Service. Horse Section Rest decor- ated horse and rider: 16 and ovcr _ Trecna Merrill, Card- ston; Debbie llillmer. IB and under: Belly Lcose, Heidi Schmidt. Best couple Sandra and Crnrtll Scout. Novelty Cliff Peterson, Lelhbridge. A swimming demonstration enjoyed after Ihe parade. Magrattl Cardston Band was feted at a Victory Dinner by Ihe Town of Magralb. Mayor I'ingrcc Tanner commended them for fine performances am (he honor they have brought Magralb. Alice Stevenson and company sang praises. Equestrian events and horse races were conducted a( the new Irack cast of Mograth Golf Club House. Winners were: .tumps under if Tom Dud- Icy; Lori Wilson; Cindy llill- mer. Intermediate Jumping Mc- Nursinp; firm earnings CALGARY (CP) Net earn- ings of or .12 ccnls a share for the. six mouths endcrl .Time 3ft were, announced today hy Villarentres Ltd a Calgary- hascd nursing company. The earnings compared wllh or 23 ccnls a share the corresponding period. The company said ils eighth home, Oiikridgc Villa in Toron- llo. was Io Im completed in "cr-mlitr. lanic Galbrailh, Ttaymond; Jane Schmidt; Heidi Schmidt. Senior Jumps: D. Olson, Lethbridue; Chris Adamson; Kvelyn Jensen, Raymond. Half mite open race Eve- lyn Jensen, H a y m o n d: Don Johnson; Valerie Horn, Ixith- hridgc. Pony chariot race I' o n Fitzpalriek, P i n c h c r Creek; Eric Becker, Fishburn; Henry McOlynn, FishlHirn, There were eight entries from Milk River to Pin cher Creek. Child's barrel race Under II; Tom Dudley; Reg Sopcr; Jimmie Coleman. Jr. barrel race li-lS: Carol Wilson. Cardslon: Wendy Wil- son; Shelly Reader, Cardslon. Senior Hanoi, over IB; Wcndv Wilson; Evelyn Jensen; Jack 'liasmiisscn, Cardston. Pony Mace, under inches- riders under 11 Quint Pass- ry; Dudley; Darwin Dud- lev- Ponv Race, Ovcr SO inches, under II: Tom Dudley: Han- dall Sailor; Lori Wilson. Saddle horse race, over 1 1.2 hands Reg Sopcr; Darlcnc RasnuiFsen, Cardslon; Heidi Schmidt. Pole bending, under Carol Wilson; Wally Dudley; II. Sail- or. Polo bending l-l-lfl: Wendy Wilson; Shelly Reader; Lance Marker. Pole bending Sr. over Clarke I.yhcrt; Melvin Thom- son: Hoxaunc Degensteiii, Lelh- hridge. I Open C'harinl race Lloyd Hasnuisscn, Cardston; ,1. M. Hasmussi n. Walk. trot, run Mclvill Thomson; Shelly Reader; Tom Dudley. A .slcuk. hamhurgor barbecue wns conducted hy Magralh Firsl Ward F.tdrrs nl Jubilee Park. Slow pitch ball games were held at the school dia- mond and a free show was of- By VEHN DECOUX Crowsnest I'ass Bureau Schmid, minister of culture, youth and recreation, has advised t h e Crowsncsl Pass Symphony lhat a substantial grant has been awarded to the group. A number of the members of the orchestra are again taking advantage of the departments cultural activities branch ium- mer schools in music at Cam- rose. C a y 1 a Costanzo and Karen Pozzi of Bellevue are attending a two week junior string workshop. They will continue with the two-week symphony which will be followed by a two-week tour of Alberta centres. Margaret Edl of Frank is at- tending the junior band work- shop. Former 'Pass symphony members are at the Camrose Summer Workshops but this year as accompanists. T h c include Albert Krywolt, rexjent ly returned from "Rome wrier be is studying under pianis Aposli and Kirk Muspratt win has just completed a year a St. Louis, Missouri with pianf teacher and composer llaro Zabask, Diane Svobcxla Is also at the band workshop and Laurie Fi migalli is at the Victoria Sum mer Music School for her sec onci summer. Other symphony orebcstr members on lour are Louis Costigan who is on a two mont lour of Europe with a chora group from Boston music schoo which she attended last year 'Bultc Oldtimers change iiam fered to all attending the horse races. A leen dance at the United Church Hall concluded one of Ihe best planned birthday rclo hrslirns in Magrnth. .nnic Krywolt of Frank is ember of an Alberta Stee and for the summer. Many members and forme embers of the 'Pass Sym lony orchestra have gone o further studies and a goo umber have chosen music eir careers. The assistance of the cullur itivities branch has been we imed and is greatly apprec ,ed by the Urowsnest 1J a s s members past and resent over the many years. the Coaldalc Kinsmen Club rodeo with Larry Cher in charge. This year the rodeo is affiliated with (he Chinook Ko- deo Circuit. A concessions booth and mid- way for the children will be in operation during the afternoon with the Coaldalc Buddhist staging its annual Chow Mcin supper from to Another street dance from 9 to 1 a.m. is planned Saturday night in front the Ventura Hotel, and there is a possibility of a fireworks display Satur- day night. The committee set up to or- ganize Settler's Days Is headed this year by John Martens with Mrs. Arrnin Dyck secret ary- treasurer. Milestone reached by South pioneer Portable Hospital at Craiibrook By NANCY MILKS Special Correspondent CRANBROOK Recently tored under a wing of Cran- irook District Hospital is a complete, packaged, hospital. Ft weighs 42.000 pounds. It can make a instant hos- pital on any large floor space ivilh the hlep of only two trucks. fts purpose is to be ready for any mass emergency. It includes Ixxls, its own pow- er generator, sterilizers, X-ray, re- and prat-operative equip- ment, stretchers and blankets. Packaging is color-coded for quick assembly and layout when the unit is required in a lurry. Us value Is about S200.000. It the 17th to be located in British Columbia by Federal Emergency Health Services, through the provincial board of health. Jls on-the-spot use is quickly available through area civil defence co-ordination for any large scale disaster. Cordon Willis is Cranbrook co-ordinatnr of civil defence. MAGRATH (HNS( Arthur; .ritchfield's family gathered ecently to honor him on his 00th birthday. A total ol 225 relatives en- oyed a noon dinner at Magralh Elementary Gymnasium under he direction of granddaughters Irs. Betty Harris arid Mrs. Dorothy Sudo of Raymond. A program by children, jrandchildren and great grand- children followed as 175 descend- ants enjoyed entertaining Ma- grath's pioneer entertainer. Arthur Critchfield was born at Glover's Gap, West Virginia. His father died when he was live so he learned responsibil- ity early, helping support the other (our children. By 1897 (hey had m o v e d Denver where he met and married Let- tic Conrey. After they went to Utah and on to Canada, arriving June 5 1899. Mr. Critchfield worked on the first irrigation canal at Kimball and learned carper try from the late J. B. Merri of Hillspring. He practised lha trade until he was 87 years o" age. Arthur CritcMield was nevei too tired to help with homi drama or entertainments. Hi was a popular participant 01 programs and was noted fo his humorous songs and read ings which he still remembers At the open house held fo him Saturday his keen sens of humor prompted him to re mark: "They invited me her for a feed and have cleaned m out." When asked at 6 p.m. If he was tired he replied to the year old's query: "Not as red as you might be." Mr. Critchfield recently noved from Chinook Founda- ion in Cardston to the new Cursing Home. He enjoys working on his wok "Causes and Cure of War" and visits from his family who are: Mrs. Mary Kelson, Ma- _rath; Mrs. Clara Scull Sureka, California; Mrs. Myr- le Reber and Earl of Vancouv- r, B.C.: Clarke of Kamloops, B.C.; Patricia Koshey of Cal- ;ary: Joseph and Lorin o! Leth- jridge and Mrs. Eleanor Hyda of Cardston. All were present o honor their father for a cen- tury of good living. Mayor sued CRANBROOK. B.C. (CP) A suit for slander has been brought against Cranbrook Mayor Maurice Klinkhamer by a Calgary businessman. A writ was served on Mr. Klinkhamer last week alleging he slandered former Cranbrook businessman Robert H. Nelson last October. The British Columbia Su- preme Court writ Issued in Vancouver seeks general dam- ages as well as specific dam- ages and an injunction to re- strain Mayor Klinkhamer from repeating the alleged slander. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep., Bloirmcre Phone COUNTRY NEWS These Are The Letlikidge Herald Correspondents in Your Area P1NCHER CREEK MRS. EDWARD IUNN (Special Correjpondent) Box 21) FORT MACtEOD- MSS. TED SWIHART 234-361J DEL BONITA ERNIE DAITON Del. NOBLEFORD 1. IUCHIA 824-3346 Conlact these people tor your District or Classified Advertising IMCTURE BUTTK Th Picture Bulle Senior Cilizei :iub recently held a mcetin ,n the Picture Butle Libra jr.dcr Ihe direction of preside Jim Ostnip. Thirty-live people were in at- tendance. The club decided to change its official name to Ihe Happy Oldtimers Club. Thirty- one people joined at Ihe end of Ihe meeting. The group was informed by Ihe club executive that it. has been looking for a location for the proposed drop-in centre. Several sites have been con- sidered Inil definite plans have not been completed. The "happy olcilimers'1 de- cided to enler n float in tlie Picture Buttc Jamboree Days Parade Aug. 7. Mrs, Alice An- derson was appointed head of Ihe eommillee. Anyone wishing to help should phone her. During coffee break, cnler- lainmcnl was provided by Don LeBaiTC and Mr. Oslrup. NOTICE CENSORSHIP REVIEW A select Committee of ihc Legislature has been established to review existing legislation and practices relating to censorship. Submissions from interested people are invited. Briefs should be handwritten or typed and signed by the group or individual submitting the brief. Briefs are to be mailed to the Chairman, Censorship Review Board, Room 513, Legislative Building, Edmonton, prior to August 22nd, 1972. Public Hearings will be held in the early fall, with locations, times and dates to be announced later. After review, the Committee will make such regarding thn future of censorship in Alberta as may ba deemed appropriate. Emie Jamison, MLA, Chairman Censorship Review Board Room 513, Legislative Building Edmonton GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA ;