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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta FLYING CLUB HELPS ITSiLF-Takino pa't in Hie recent Fort Macleod Flying Club "fly-in" are, above, Mrs. Nellie Sanderso n and Mrs. Delia West, both of Senate, Sask., Ted and Dr. John Walker. Oth sr photos: Pilot Dr. Walker and Mr. Swihart set for 20-minute flight over Forl Macleod a id Granum; Mrs. West and Mrs. Sanderson look somewhat relieved after flight. The Le hbridge Flying Club supplied four pilots. Two hundred people enjoyed the bird's ey 2 view. Women complain about airstrip TABEIl (HNS) Low fly- ing aircraft approaching or leaving the cast end of the W, K. Valgardson airstrip in south- west Taher has created consid- erable concern about the safety of persons and property on 41st Avenue. This has resulted in a petition bearing 45 signatures presented to town council Mon- day. The cast end of the runway is only 400 feet from the west end of the avenue which is directly in line with the run- way. Complaints on the flying of planes, came following the removal of 50-foot-high trees along the west side of 50th Street, allowing lower approach to the airstrip. The petition was presented by a delegation of tliree women On tour COALDALE (HNS) Paula Gregorash, Marvel and Rober- ta Harrison, nil of Coaldale, are the three singers from here to leave recently with the Aiuie Campbell Singers of Lethbridge for a one month singing lour of England, Wales, Germany and Holland. Mrs. Robert Harrison also went as an adult member of the group. rom the concerned area, Mrs. Anne Mikla, spokesman, advis- ed council that besides the haz- ards of low aircraft to both plane and house residents, dust tirred up by Ihe craft was dis- tressing. Further complaint was regis- tered against .the moving of street light poles which now ap- pear to present a flying haz- ard. The moving of street lights leaves the intersection of 50th Slreet and 41st Avenue in darkness. Members of council iold the three women and councillor Dennis Turin who resides 41st Avenue, that the complaint is well-founded and council is well-aware of the hazard. Progress was reported on the new municipal airport for which application has been made to the ministry of trans- port which will, when complet- ed relieve the hazard from the privately-owned strip. Mr. Valgardson who uses the airstrip regularly, advises cau- tion of all visiting planes using his airfield. It was agreed that use of the strip is essential for regular and emergency use of aircraft coming to Taher. How- ever, Ihe comparatively short runway makes landing and take-off difficult for those un- used to the field. Motor hotel construction imminent TABER (HNS) The Heri- tage Imi motor hotel, a develop- ment planned by Norman A. Long, took a couple of steps forward at a recent special meeting of the town council called to consider water and sewer sendees and highway ac- cess to the property south of Highway 3 and west of 50th St. Council agreed to install at cost, some 800 feel each of six- inch water main and 10-inch sewer main to service the prop- erly, with no charge to be made to the promoter for fire hydrants and sewer manholes required for the job. Council also agreed that the full cost of the highway access be paid by Mr. Long, hut that if requested, the town would undertiike the work at cost. Meanwhile, it is learned thai subdivision and survey of the iropcrly has been completed nid construction is to com- ncn ce when the red tape ol er work requirements has jeen c1 cared away. Family cow may have saved oldtimer from mine death Croivsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decaux, Resident Rep., Phone 562-2149 Now Save up to 90% on Oil and Filter Expenses with a FRANTZ OIL CLEANER Proven System of Oil Filtration Better engine performance! Easily installed on ony car, truck, tractor or marine engine One-year money-back guarantee Latest advance in (he auto industry GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY, LETHBRIDGE Phone 328-1141 These Are The Lcthlnidge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area NATAL, B.C. PAUL CHAIA P.O. Box 287 LOMOND MRS LEONARD CHASE............ General Delivery CARD5TON MRS. CATHERINE HULL............General Delivery COWLEY CLARENCE WEEKES P.O. Box 7 STAVELY MRS. VIOLET CLANCY Box SI Contact these peopto for your District News or Classified Advertising Weather smiles 011 Coutts Day COirrrs (HNS) The sec- ond annual Coutls Day Cele- brations were successful and the weather ideal for the par- ade and spoil events which filL ed the day. The businesses in Coulls do- nated the trophies for the par- ade. Parade winners were num- erous and the children's sec- tion was well represented with novelty entries, costumed chil- dren and decorated bicycles. Many old timers from the dis- trict also took part. Fallowing this, (lie junior boys and girls enjoyed them- selves getting wet in a (ire fighters bucket brigade contest. The horseshoe event was won hy Bob Hummel, Milk River. Tile S'ow Pilch Ladies ball game in the afternoon between Del Honila and Coutts, was won by Coutts. The men's slow pitch games between Coutts, Del Bonita, Milk River and Shelby, Montana, ended with Milk Riv- er the winner. The Gymkhana events drew a gccd crowd. of the day was the crowning of the Coulls Day Queen which took place before the dance at the Civic Centre. The Student Un- ion sponsored Ibc queen con- test for the Coutts Junior High School girls. Karen Ostby was crowned queen and presented with a trophy. Friday, Jung 30, 1972 THE LB1HBRIDGE HERAIO 3 Council ivades into pool issue COALDALIi and swimming in CoaMale dur- ing the summer were discussed in length al ilie rcccul meet- ing of lown council here. The Coaldale Tot Lot wading pool will not be supervised this year from was the the word Southern received Regional Recreation Board of the County ol LcUib ridge. Council noted the supervision in the past had been for only a few hours a day and the re- maining lime it was unsupcr- yised. Older children or a par- ent were usually present. Other centres, too, do not have these pools supervised. Town council stressed that parents will be responsible foi1 the supervision of the children when t hey go t o I he vva ding pool. Signs are to be posted by recreation officials. Mayor A. F. Blakie reported the Coaldale Sportsplex swim- ming pool will probably net be operational until the beginning of August. There have been some delays. But it was felt by the mayor and council the pool should be opened tlus sum- mer, even if only for a shorter season. The plan is to have i operating into September, even if it is for shorter hours. Staff for the pool is being hired by the recreation director In view of the fact there wil r. Roundup of t K4 ffl 1 Celebration SPARWOOD (HNS) Spar- wood will be holding festivities for the. whole family, Saturday, July 1, and Sunday, July 2. The Dominion Day commit- tee, headed by Miss Valiie Quarin, has announced a sched- ule for the celebration. July 1 at it is hoped the official sod-turning ceremony of the Sparwood Recreation Cen- tre will he held. Settlers Day COALDALE (HNS) Plans are under way for the 1972 Coaldale Settlers Day. It will be held Saturday, Aug. 5. The committee in charge of arrangements was set up at a meeting called hy the Coaldale economic development commis- sion. Chairman ot the Coaldale Set- tlers Days committee is John Martens and secretary-treasur- er is Mrs. Armin (Jerri) Dyck. The next meeting on plan- ning is slated for Wednesday, July 5. Summer program COALDALE (HNS) Leth- bridge County Southern Region- al Recreation Board will again be sponsoring a summer play- ground program tliis year in all the communities in ttie county south of the Old man River. Mrs. Marj Kaminski is the summer playground pro- gram co-ordinator. Trained playground staff members, a supervisor and leader will be placed at each of the five locations, Coaldale Tot-Lot, Readymade, McNally, Hardicville and Sunnyside School grounds. Church parade COALDALE (HNS) Mem- bers ol the Quota Club of Lcth- bridge recently participated in RAYMOND (HNS) One of he guests at Ridge View gc, William Dame Walton, veil remembers the Scofield, Ulah mine disaster of May 1, 1900. Two-hundred-and-eight men were killed in Ihe dust ex- plosion in Uie mine. The mine disasler was (lie .urning point in the lives of the Walton family, all whom were employed in the mine at the ime. All members of the fam- ly escaped death. Danie attributes his escape o the fact he did not go to that morning as he had >een told by his father to go >ring tile faintly cow aixi her new calf in from the pasture. Mr. Walton says: "At the ime of the explosion I was sit- ing on a rock right over the spot where the disaster occur- red. My best friend, Louis Tsy- ahem, was killed on the, fifth evel where the explosion oc- curred. He. was driving my pound daple grey horse in my place for the day." Two members of the Walton Andrew and Arthur, es- caped unharmed. "ft was a May-day disaster, not a May-day of pleasure as was Soon after the mine disaster rirst plans were laid to move the family lo a new location. That was the time when the Knight family was opening up southern Alberta as a sugar beet area. The Waltons joined those early immigrants to Al- berta in 1901. The men of Ihe family soon found employment with the Knight Sugar Company in con- struction work building the irst sugar beet factory at Raymond. Mr. Walton worked one shift at the Canadian Sugar factory after it was ready for process- ing sugar beets into sugar. He then left to answer a call from the LDS church to fulfill a mis- sion in New Zealand. At the same time Wells Brimhall was called lo fill a mission. These two men were the first LDS missionaries lo ever go from Raymond into Ihe mission field. In 1912 Mr. Walton arc Mabel Crandall, were inarriqd in Ihe Salt Lake LDS lemple. In 1917 Mr. and Mrs. Walton returned to Raymond. They have lived in Diamond City, Rosemary, Calgary and now Raymond where their 10 living children, 56 grandchil- dren and 35 great grandchildren find them at home at the Coun- ly of Warner senior cilizei'j home Ridge View Lodge. Mr. Walton is 91 and Mrs. Walton's 82. a church parade al the Coal dale United Church Sunday norning worsliip service, a: guests of Rev. Albert Baldeo. Special recognition was givei o Mrs. Ivan Meyers, retiriiiL is Sunday School Superiuleu dent, she has been the super urtendent for the past ten 'ears. Mrs. Meyers will con inue to work in Ihe churd ession and Sunday School. Sunday School is now in n cess for Hie summer monllis t will resume in September No replacement for Mrs. Mey ers has yet been named. Going to India COALDALE (HNS) Rev Alberl Baldeo, minister of th joaldale United Cliurcli, will h caving July 2 for a five-wee United Church mission in India It is to be his personal coi tribulion to the church. Mrs. Baldeo will be cam nurse at the Canadian Girls i Training camp council to b held at Pigeon Lake, durin the summer. Odor displeases COALDALE (HNS) Tow council and residents are TV happy with the odor comin into town from the Eldorai Chicken Farm just south ot tl: town limits. Picnic planned ETZIKOM (HNS) Tile la: meeting of the 4-1! Shorlpras Beef Club was held recently i the Hoping Community Centri Record books were handed and the leader. Mr. Ralph Lc handed out checks arising fro Ihe sale of calves. It was decided to have a [am ily outing at WEilortoii on Ju 4-5. Tents will be supplied ai al] interested parlies arc nice ing al Raymond on July 4 a.m. 60TH ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. William Wallon of Ihe lodge. Raymond, marked their 60lh wedding anniversary recenlly. SUE and MING announce that the MODERN CAFE, Vauxhall WILL BE CLOSED FROM MONDAY, JULY 3rd TO RE-OPEN AUGUST 31, 1972 AUCTION CANADIANNA and COLLECTABEUA LUNDBRECK, ALBERTA 38 MILES WEST OF FORT MACLEOD SATURDAY, JULY 8th at 1 p.m. 200 lots, plus additional wilT be accepted up to sale lime 20% SEUING COMMISSION Furniture Bellies Crocks Jan lamps Telephones Tools China Gramapnonei Silver Crockery Beflj Churni Iron Picture Frames For information and partial list JUAL AUCTION SERVICES BOX 1545, CRESTON, B.C. PHONE RAINBOW TROUT FISHfNG! SHADY LANE TROUT FARMS The best fishing in Alberto And you only hove lo pay for what you calchl DELICIOUS TBOUr 10 TO 11 INCHES THAT PROVIDE REAL SPORT and GOURMET EATING. -k Bags and Ice supplied for transporting your catch home. No fishing licence required. No limit. Tackle and Boil supplied FREE. (Or if you prefer use your own.) Pond Hours: Holidays and Weekend) 9 a.m. lo dark. Week Days: 1 p.m. (ill dark. Located 13 Miles from on Highway 5 on Ihe East side of Ihe highway at Welling. SHADY LANE TROUT FARM Phone 327-8465 Phone 752-2044 RAYMOND -OR- LETHBR1DGE c no swimming facilities here July council discussed Ijusing rrangements lo Lelhbridgc. In previous years a bus tra- iled lo the Henderson Lake vitnnung pool several afler- oons a week during Ihe sum- icr. Cosl of this was born by he lown, by Ihe Coaldale Kins- icn Club and last year the ..I. Baker student union. The recreation board had h- icated money for busing ex- Kjnditurc had not been budget- d for this year because it was xpecled Ihe pool here would e" ready. H was noled money or il has always come from .her sources than the board udget directly. Councillor Martens was di- ected lo take Ihe matter back the board. One suggestion that each child contribute nominal amount when using ie luis. Town plans biggest rodeo yet RAYMOND (HNS) Hiding, and cussin' cowboys will be the number one attraction :t the annual July 1, Stampede and Race meet celebration. Indications are the cowboys will arrive in town in good numbers to compete for prizes and trophies in the arena events which have been organized with special care to make this year's show the biggest and lest in Ihe lustory of Raymond stampedes. Reg Kesler will direct the arena show with Ills string of rodeo stock. Arena events will feature bronc riding, both wilh saddle and bareback, wild horse rac- ng, steer decorating, calf roping with prizes and trophies (or each event. There is a full race program with the first of I ho race horses already in the racing slaules. The 'celebration gets off for ar, opening June 30, with a barbecue and dance to be held n the Junior High school. In addition there is lo be a carni- val held at Ihe same time. Saturday morning, bands will play, beauliful floats, decorated cars, cowboys and cowgirls, as well as glamorous riders and horses, will form the parade which will move down the mainslreel of the town at 10 a.m. to start the day oft. K F WATER WELL DRILLING f F. V. KALICUM Phone 328.5400 W. M. FORRY Phone 327-183] Modern Cable Tool Equipment Domestic Wells Commercial Wells Free Estimates CONESTOGA MOTOR HOME 1502 2nd AVE. S. 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