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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE 16THBRIDGE HERAID Thimdny, Junt 11. 1970 For The Record By MARILYN ANDERSON Herald Family Editor To Hit Keel Record For Edmonton EDMONTON (CP) For below at the lop of Ihe flight. ll was difficult to climb in lie ililcv it was the high point! -1 was at feet after 30 Iliin air. She made her height cille Haley it was the high poi of her flying a Ca- nadian record. She took off in a single-en- sljgined Flecl Canuck and 115 J F' 9.601 kids were out of school Tuesday afternoon, a great many of them must have been terribly disappointed to have had the two outdoor pools close I minutes later was feet above Edmonton, eclipsing her ;cord of feet set in De- minutes. I wailed live minutes for clearance, then got up an- other led. in about 25 min- utes. "That's when yon start lo woik. The next 1JOO feet took me 35 by climbing in an upward spiral over about a five-mile radius. "You level out. gain speed, and then go into a climb. You make maybe 2S or' 50 feet at a time. And it gets less and less." She said that at the lop she put Ihe nose of the plane down to level off and dropped 100 feet, and could only manage to make 25 feel back up. "The altimeter had recorded 18.700, so I settled for that. Bui j I am disappointed 1 couldn't! installation of the of-Mrs. F Clark, pianist, Mrs. 0. Qf New Officers reach the 20.000 mark." cember, 1968, for that weight and plane. was on account of the weather. It's possibly to be appreciated that the parks and _ recreation department is looking out lor the health j Ine pilot, of our youth, but highly undesirable that a form of lu.no'is an instructor at the Ed- recreation such as two pools are when j monton Flying club. "I'm eon- there is a possible seven-hour stretch of swimming vinccd now that this is impossi- .still to come. A pool spokesman said Tuesday that not many children come to the pool when it's cool, that they ble foi' this kind of plane unless you hit peculiar conditions like an upward draught." Despite the record, set in j Exchange Homes For A Cheaper Vacation don't stay very long and they can catch pneumonia I March, Miss Haley is not going j i to file it with the Royal Cana-' easily. A store doesn't close its door because the weather idian Flying Club Association in is miserable: the dry cleaner doesn't stop cleaning [Ottawa. Such a process costs because everyone is using permaprest clothes. j more than and since she's The pools are a city" business. They've had the tobreak within "Present funds are prices raised this summer to make them economic- 3i.iV iCc.lMlJ.tc. j ixjcm, iuun.3 .loan Waterfiold. I In charge of tea arrangements i i are Ihe Me.sdanw J. C. Wad-1 uess w e e s- ruse D. J. H. Aasen. T. B. I Anders home s. boats, houseboats, name says Mr. Hollick-Kenyon. who has patterned the operation alter ficers of the Women of the Watmough. Moose. Lelhbridge Chapter No. The guide-elect was unable to 328 was held recently at the j be present and will be installed Moose Hume. Prior t'o Ihe in-i al a Ir.'er dale. stallation. the Chapter i Si'veial presentations were made, a corsage from her Chapter to the incoming Senior Regent, gifts to Uie installing officers from the incoming Se- nior Regent, gifts to the retir- ing officers from- the retiring senior Regent, a substantial donation from the Chapter to ,-0ian Mrs. S. Shaw: installing j Lethbridge Lodge 792, a gift pianist, Mrs. 0. Watmough; from the Chapter to Mrs. 0. Installing governor Carleton i Watmough. who will be tearing guests enjoyed a smorgasbord dinner at the York Restaurant. The installing officers were: installing chairman Col- legian Mrs. E. Vasclenak: in- stalling governor. Mr. Ron Car- leton; installing chaplain, Mrs. G. Tudor; Instnlling guide, Col- several existing in the United j the following officers: shortly for Mooseheart, Illinois States. j senior Regent, Mrs. Ron Carle- j to receive the degree of Cone- Most of the responses have ton; Regent. Mrs. Ken gian. come from British Columbia, I Fivnn: chaplain, Mrs. Wm. Ontario and California. The i no'pwood: recorder, Mrs. 1 only area where the plan has treasurer. Mrs. II failed to catch .on is the Mari- j junior graduate re- times where there are no list- gc.nL Mrs ffm. Kiefuik, assist- ii'gs. I ant guide. Mrs. Wm. Christie, Next year Mr. Holhck-Keii- LenUnei A Wills, argus, yon hopes to extend Ihe plan I___________________________ to include Europe. He says the plan was started because ''we felt the Protest To Doctors c iji l.irlpH hofltuqp U-P (Ml lie FIUIC3I IV i VANCOUVER (CP) _ Mcm I i en possibli up situation." LEAVE THINGS HEADY .vlr. Holliek-Kcnyon says that usually the families sim- ply leave their houses ready for the temporary occupants with milk in Uie refrigerator and instructions tor feeding j the goldfish. i Often they arrange a half- j meeting plsce to ex- change door keys and emer- gency telephone numbers "We fee! il will take two or i toi's know "about the group three years to build, but we're quite satisfied that it has worked well for the first year." Offers Wide Variety EDMONTON (CP) The bookshop of the Alberta Provin- tia! Museum and Archives spe- "They swap everything bv-i dalizes in books and booklets on says Mr. Hollsck-Ken- Alberta and Western Canada. A yon. hsi of titles shows 25S books or The exchange plan was ad- booklets available, ranging verdsed in newspapers across the country and California. So far it has resulted in a direc- tory of 60 listings for homes stand for greater relaxation of Canada's abortion laws. Mem- hers forced their way in'o a cocktail party that preceded the annual meeting of the Vancou- ver Medical Association. One i woman delivered a brief speech and companions buttonholed the j doctors for individual presenta- tion of their case. MRS. RON CARLETON from a 10-cent pamphlet on pronghorn antelope to a S20 vol- ume on tlie Canadian fjidian. from Quebec City to Camp- i bell River on Vancouver Is- land. More listings will be added soon in a directory sup- plement. "We have homes, apart- ments, condominiums, mobile DIGNITY LOST INTHA, Italy