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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tu.ldoy, Auguil 8, 197! THE IFTHrjolBet IIEBAID 3 c" Passords Senior mod al Colenum Ihe trees- Assistance grant okayed for airport at Taber COU4MAN Bureau) AllKrta pensioners ami senior citizens met in Colcmnn for their provincial convention. In attendance were members if the Colcman, Blairrnore, Bcllucrcsl, I'inclicr Creek, Fort Muclcucl, >JK> lib ridge and Taber branches. Dignitaries included Charles Drain, MLA Pinchcr Crowsnesl, MI' Allan Si'latyky and guest speaker Roy Farron, MLA Cal- (jary Nortll Hill. Also present Colcman Mayor .J o h n liolyk ami representatives from local service clubs. Greetings were brought from the national organization by new president Mr. Ltsler. During the convention 12 res- olutions pas-sed concern- ing medical aid, transportation financial assistance grant for the establishment of a inmiici- pal airport (or Tabcr lias been approved by the Ministry of Transport, Oliawa. funds approved cover the construction of a paved landing strip 75 feet wide by feet long together with a laxiway and aircraft parking apron, all to MOT standards of design. The airport is to be located some four miles from Tabcr to toe west side of the old Vanx- liall road licyund Ihc McU-an Uridge over the Oliiman River al (he provincial park. location is OH Department of Lnncls and FoiesK lease land- comprising I he north half of Section 13, Township 13, Range 17 W-t for which (he town is arranging a long term renew- able lease from the department. Okon al Tabor Monday after f mark the culmination of some noon Mr. Olson was a special years of promotion by the local micst at the local nxlco grounds development committee which fVa Mormon Western Family became more active during the >ay past year. Mr. Olson had arranged for a U is expected lhat airport .-.upply of buffalo meal, cour- const ruction will come before lesy of the federal government, which was harbccued for ttie Completion of the airport will the town council today at which time more detailed information may lyccoine available. rules, and rent control concern- ing pensioners and. senior cili- xcns. KlcrUons were Iicld and Mrs. N. Goulding of Colcman is the new president of the Alber- ta organization while H. Gra- bam of Pinchcr Creek i.s the new secretary. The Ik'lkercsL branch was prc sented with the annual troph; gi v en to the h ra r.ch wit h the Ititthcsl increase in member ship. A number of life mem bcrships given out. two of them to 'Pass residents Mrs. Bodisch of Colernan and Mr. Keller of ilillcrcsl. Next year the provincial vcr.tion will held in Fort Macleocl and the national con- vention will be held in Char- lotltlown, PEL the Cartoon Bug The L'jlhliridge Htfaldr oi Helen Kov.v.t, tlOj Lc I h bridge, Alberta. Jury rules in Taber niun's death roculion acci Warning lo residents in 'Pass BLA1MMORE (CNP Dureau) Due to an increasing num- ber of door to door canvassers, lilairmore municipal secretary A. has issued a warning to residents, lor their own pro- tection, to check tiie credentials of these people to make sure they have the required provin- cial and municipal licenses be- fore doing business with them. 63 in at Dradcr reunion COUTTS fllNS) Long-time residents of the Coutts area. Jack and Blanche Dradcr, held a recent family reunion at Announcement of the grant farm homo 35 miles cast of was made by Tnhcr's member Coutt.s, f of parliament Jl. A. "Huti" One dmiRliler, Lorclla, is de- clinics are planned ULAIUMORE (CNP Bureau) The Chinook Health Unit will hold a Well Baby Clinic in the Pass towns during August. The first was held in Coleman at the United Church Hall today, a.m. and p.m. The second will be held in Blairmorc at the Health Unit office, Aug. 10, a.m. and p.m. The Ihird will be held Aug. II in Bcllcvue at the Maple View Community Hall from p.m. Fluoride tablets will be available on request. lo express your views on very important Bids which have received two readings in the Lecjislciture. 0 Alberta Bill of Rights Individual Rights Protection Act Bpforff proceeding with the third anrf final reading, your govtrrnrnrnl wools you 1o read Ihc Bills. Wr frd il ir. imporltinl you become ownir of 1lio rffocls those fiefs will linvc; oi> ever y A! bin i Icin, CopifF, of rim Rills may he obtained from llie Premier'', office. Legislative Building, Edmonton. Submissions based on Ihc Bills must ho mado In writing on or before September 11, 1972. Fivn copies of submission should bo of! lo: Albcrlti Oil I of nnd Individual Riylits Protection Act Premier's Office Lofliilcitivo Building, Edmonton 1mt of the 12 rninaln- chi 1 rlren all buL one were ijle lo attend with their fnmi- c.s. The reunion marked the first ine flic family has all been pettier ami out of the 7fi fam- ily members, attended. Those al tending were Nip itnc! iiidy Johnson and two children of Cnlynry, Jack and Marg Drador and two rtiiMren of New Norway, tterriadot Find Lome Ha IT and hvo eliilrlren of Wel- askiwin, Skip and (Irace of Bow l.slnnd and their seven chilrlren of How Island, Krnie JJradcr of Milk Kivcr, Manilla and Frank ThieU-n of CmiU.s and their four children, Chris Vorn- brock and five children of Ixilh- lirirlgc, Murvin and Drad- er and I heir two children from B.C., Rulb and Turn Parsons and Uircc children of Kcd Uecr, Pal and Donella their two children of Txith- bridge, Mike and Vickie Drad- er and (heir Iwo children of [''orcrnost and Mary ftrillcr and hor children of Cotitts. Tfm.se unable to attend were Befty Drader and (iaufihtcr of ariMilk River, Hay and TorcNa liellcw and (wo children Coaltlale, Norlwrl Vornbrock of Ycllowknifc, llrucc Johason of Banff, Terry and Kevin Drader of New Norway and Bob John- son, his wife and two children Vancouver. Referendum is planned by Cranbrook city council CRANBnOOK (Special) Cranbrook city council has de- cided on a referendum of ralc- September on ap- proval for 5275.000 debentures lo make possible construction of a new rink by The Cranbrook Curling Club. The city's reasons for under- writing this sporLs facility are lo obtain at (he existing curling rink facing south on North Second Street, and ad- joining the Memorial Arena now undergoing an approved reconstruction. No explanation bus been given outside council in committee of (he use it plans for the prop- erty. The Iwo rinks share ice- makiug facilities, but Ihc Arena is also seriously out of off- street parking space. liniment Park faces norlh on North Second Strcel, and is pro- jected localion for sports com munily centre. It already ha indoor outdoor swimmini mif, library and tennis courts and present recreation policy i ocating a future arcna-audi :orium complex there. The remaining riclwn ture repayment would be as sumed by the curling club ovc whatever period required on a annual payment basis an would be included in ratcpaye debt charges. However approval of the er tire amount by ratepayer would reduce by Ihe full amoun Ihc city's unused borrowin power which, at present, ahout million. Ralcpaye will inevitably Ix? faced soon probably in with whopping big water system in provcments bylaw. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernun Decoux, Reiiclent Rep., Bla TABKR (HNS> "On July The inquiry conducted by Construction crew doing con- 7Z al ,0 ,m. j the corner of Mth Avenue m a volt jumper cable nd 56lh Street, Taber, Alberta, ,vhidl tllat Koelhlcr, when tlie incident occurred. He Peter Koethler came 28 sevcre electrical was wearing rubber safety his death accidental elcc-, stop a gloves at Ihc time. ocution. In light of the tesli- al the corner rls a( rcsusitation atop onios lieanl, the jury is un- mnv powcr lines wcrc bcinfi run on Ihc ground, and nimous in its conclusion that jn a development. Taber General Hospital, ie deceased, being a conscicn- As o, a Ul, ea-man Ace j faiied to restore life lo the v.orhman. Some difficulty was ous employee, went ie job retjuirements and he, i assuming further responsi- bly beyond the rcquiiemenls f the specificxl job, had rat .ken the precautionary rnea- ures required." This was tbe verdict read by ames M. Oshiro, foreman of six-tnan coroners jury at the lose of the inquest held al 'abcr under the diroclion of oroncr Dr. E. B. Wicbc. Lethbridge wins NOBLEFORD (Special) fxithbridgc lop honors at the Nohleford Little League tournament. Teams from Barons, Monarch, Iron Springs, Picture Buttc, Lethbridge and Nobleford competed with the most valuable player award going to Harvey J'ocza of Leth- hridge. reported in freeing the safety- belted lineman to the ground due to secondary 110-220 volt circuits immediately below the high tension primary wiring being severed. Serving on the jury besides foreman Oshiro were Tony Merkle, Hector Gillespie, Fred Keeling, Paul Rakos and Joseph Krizan. feHie Vodka that leaves ALBERTA Canlslon fair plans completed CAIIDSTON (HNS) pt for last-iniiiule propam- llie CiinlMnil and District is veaih' lo oil bcon in Ibis year's A frisliinii (if home sev.'- iiiij, '.villi a varic'ly show will lie lick! al p.m. The calllc and slux-p will he held in Ihc Ice Ccnlie inslend of o'.ilside ns in Ihe pasl. Tliis will br al p.m. 'llicrr will he a romv.ssions honlli ill nil clay, fpalliriilH a ohnice nf plalel liini-li, bamliurgi'is or lamb- j lisls may ohlained frrim llie dislricl iculturists officr or Ihc tmvn hall. A re- for callle is also available. An enlvy fee of in Ihe callle and shrep section was also omitted in Ihe lisl. Kxhihils may entered Aug. 15 from .S-10 p.m. and from 8-10 a.m. on Wednesday, Aug. Ifi. At 7 p.m. there will he n rbnrily auolion fir.d presenta- lion nf nw.nids. 'I'ho mtiyor's Irnpby for Ihe family winninfi Ihe most points is lieini; offered. No exhibit will be allowed to removed from (he buildi'U! unlil II p.m. of llie day of the lair. GATES XT XT CAMPER SPECIAL I XT WIDE TRAC XT COMMAMDO Buill for Campers. Sells in 15" or 16" size Blackwall or Whilewoll lor the particular strength, slabilily and mileage requirement for recreation vehicles. 10 inches wicfe but Built for the ton rim I Combination of traction, flolnlicm and stabil- ity. Sells in 15" or 16.5" size. Sure tfotlion and excollenl mileage. Built wilh heavy duly nylon construction for musclo loads, sidewcdl stability and long mileage. 10 inches wide but Built for the ton rim Bred in high country, born to high perform- ance. Sells in 15" or 16" sizes. Traction superior thol it's "guaranteed" fo outpull any lire or money back. Winner of Mexican 1000, Ihe Baja 500, Pikes Peak Hill Climb, Canad- ian Trans Notional and others. 10 inchei wide but Built for the ton rim 4 Ply Hi Speed Tire LEONARD TIRE MART LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA 1902 2nd AVE. S. ;