On the Jf/oca/ scene Two couples ore killed in plane crash HEYBUKN, Idaho (API— Inn ormind Sho.tnW tor hiit. "Mu /vui«»« „,„. ._.r__ r..i.ii.-..-i.-. , Supper club permit issued te for a ^PP* club . a™ 1 Ioun 8 e •'" «* «ea be- tw«n Womw's Auto Sates and the proposed West aearngy in Town Board. NO construction date has been set as yet, because some of the plans are contingent on development of UK mall area. Memorial Day services set Plans for observance of Memorial Day in Fergus Falls were announced today by James Hammond, president of the Veterans Veterans participating will assemble at the VFW parking tot at 9:30 a.m. Monday. The : brid je ceremony this year will be at the East Lincoln bridge near Veterans Memorial Park at 10 a.m • B? > L PI ', 0gt »1L a l 0a)! GrOVe C" 1 *^ will start at 1 1 a.m. Myron Broschat wdlbe the speaker. The Rev. William Kennedy , a retired Army chaplain and pastor of the Western Presbyterian Church mil serve as chaplain. The Senior High Chamber Singers will provide music. ' VFW volunteers and VFW drill team, National Guard American Legion, Disabled American Veterans, World War I Barracks and auxiliaries »ill participate in the eg emoney. Homemakers workshop set The 62nd an The 62nd annual homemakers workshop will be held June 23 and 24 on the university of Minnesota at Morris campus, sponsored by the West Central Experiment Station, Agricultural Extension Service, and University of Minnesota-Morris. The workshop features speakers, demonstrations, and workshop classes. Men and "women are invited to participate for the entire two days, or any part of the program. It is 1 not necessary to be a member of an extension homemakers group. Pre-registration is encouraged to assure first or second choice workshop class selections. The fee of $8 per day or J10 for two days (J7 and J12 after June 11) will include the registration fee, booklet, instructor fees and the cost of materials for workshop classes. The dormitory will be available for guests on Tuesday, June 22, for those wishing to come the da; before workshop begins. A separate wing will be available for couples. A baby-sitting service HEYBURN, Idaho (API- Two Utah couples, all qualified pilots, were killed when their light plane, apparently rattled by winds, crashed and burned at the J.R. Simplot plant, authorities said. Officials said the plane had taken off Sunday from Burley Idaho, flew over the Snake River for about 100 yards, then lost power and crashed into an empty boxcar between two storage buildings. A witness said two explosions occurred moments after impact. The victims were identified as Pilot Donald E. Patterson and his wife Jane, both 53, from Ctearfield, Utah, and copilot Bud W. Graham, 44, and his wife Vine, 43, of Ogden, Utah. Patterson was a former Air Force pilot and a native of St Croii Falls, Wis., and his wife was a former Marine and airline stewardess and native of St. Paul, Minn., according to sources in Minnesota. Hubert Teater, a Federal Aviation Administration official, said the plane was returning from an experimental airplane show at Strawberry Glen Airfield near Boise and apparently stopped in Burtey on the flight to (feien. The cause of the crash was not immediately determined, but witnesses said it appeared to have been shaken by a strong tail wind. Hal Dayley, a former law-enforcement officer, said he was fishing on the Snake Hiver. about 100 yards from the crash when he noticed a strong gust of wind in the area. "I was thinking it was time to give up fishing and I saw the plane take off and I thought 'Well, maybe it isn't that bad afterall," 1 he said. His wife, at home a short distance from the airport, said she could see the plane was in trouble from the moment it left is available. The fee is $3 per child per day for children two to nine years of age. Lunch and snacks will be provided. Pre- registration is required as the service is limited to 20 children". Topics included in the presentations are: "Consumerism-Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow", "Sands of Time," "Take Time to Smell the lillies," "Shut-up and Communicate," and more. Further information and registration forms for homemakers workshop are available at county extension offices, or at the West Central Experiment Station, Morris, Minn. 56267. the ground. She, told her husband it was weaving back and forth. Daytey said he heard an explosion and ran to (he plant where he found the plane on fire. ACT NOW! WE NEED TO KNOW IF YOU WANT TO BE A PART OF THE BICENTENNIAL PARADE TO BE HELD ON SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1976 AT 11 A.M. We are looking for floats, marching units, antique cars, wagons buggies, anything that might pertain to Hie history, of our country Prues. will be awarded by classification. Fill out the coupon below, clip out and mail il now. This can be the biggest parade Ihat has ever been assembled ... a Once-ln-Two-Hundred-Years Parade So act now. Plan your float, get together with your organization or friends and become part of Jhe BICENTENNIAL PARADE You'll certainly want to be part ol the celebration. Time isrunning short $o do it now. FILL OUT, CLIP OUT AND MAIL COUPON NOW. WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT. PARADE DEPARTMENT Fergus Falls Area Chamber a) Commerce 20) South Court. Box 724- P Fergus Falls, Mirm. M537 Yes - I/ We want to be parf of the BICENTENNIAL PARADE in Fergus Falls. Please include us in any information you will be sending out. NAME ADDRESS CITY Typeol Unitwe will enter ..STATE. ....ZIP "My concern.was trying to get the people oul of there. I got as dose as I thought 1 dared and someone told me to get back. There was another explosion shortly after that and if I'd been-where I had been 1 might have been in trouble," he said. He speculated the plane had a strong tail wind and the pilot may have tried to land along the Simplot railroad tracks, but saw a power line and crashed into the boxcar. ' He said he did no! hear anyone cry oul not did he see anyone in the plane, although he got to the site within 30 seconds of the crash. He said the plane ended up Fails (Hi.) Journal Tuts., May 25,1976 J between two storage buiMings Neither was damaged. A large dent was left in the boxcar and much of the wooden interior was blown on! the oilier side, he said. The Price of your new... Roof Carpeting Bathroom Siding Paint Job Landscaping Bedroom... just went down. Simple Interest Means You Could Pay Less For the Money You Borrow WHAT QUALIFIES FOR A BANCO HOME IMPROVEMENT LOAN? Just about anything that improves your home usually qualifies. Your Banco Installment'Loan Officer would like to talk with you about your plans. HOW TO APPLY FOR A HOME IMPROVEMENT ' LOAN. It's amazingly easy. Simply decide on the specific home improvements you desire, contact" your contractor or supplier and bring your plans and prices to our installment'loan officer. You can even do the work yourself. Most applicants get the loan on the spot. WHY IS IT SO EASY? Most home improvements are considered an improvement. The improvement you make usually increases the value of your home. And your Banco Bank is here to make your life a little more enjoyable. tokakvrttis! WHAT IS SIMPLE INTEREST? It's a method of borrowing money at your Banco Bank that gives better control of the loan plus a chance to pay less for it. 1 »NO LATE FEE. A Banco Simple Interest Loan never charges a late fee. •DECEMBER CAN BE "SKIP" MONTH You can arrange your Banco loan so that you can postpone the December principal and pay only the interest for that month. •A CONTRACT IN PLAIN ENGLISH Banco has cut the complicated wording from installment loan contracts. Everyone can read and understand it more easily. WITH BANCO SIMPLE INTEREST YOU PAY | •INTEREST ONLY ON THE OUTSTANDING BALANCE. The faster you pay back your loan, the more you save. You pay less because you've actually borrowed less money for a shorter time. Come In, We're eager to help! NORTHWESTERN BANK Of Fergus fete An Afflate of Northwest Bancofporabwi MEVBERF.D.I.C.
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