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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta PIT IFntURIClG! TIHAIO April 1. 1972 ll now we should press national !ioy Scout hcadqnar Icrs for a bailfie crossed Bhovcls on a while background. UMV Dlalr Nlfilil fit Pui- clicr Creek n great suc- cess. Lew wore his World Jnm- mirm uniform proudly and was Mil-roundel! by a host of Cubs, Scouts mid Venturers plus par- ents by the score. Grizzly District President, C. (ri-oundu'ater, was master of ceremonies for the evening. Seoulrr Lew gnvc n graphic dtv j and higli speed rolling stock. their sleeping bags" as leader described it. The Japanese were excellent hosls. They had nil tlio delails of food and program beautifully airanged. Guides were provided be- cause ol the wide differences in language. Scoutcr praised tho calibre of Scouting among tlic Japanese. I'lillLlpinos, Soulli Koreans and other Scouts. Scout er Lew took a good look at the wonderful railway sys- cm with its centralized control scrip lion of Mie 1971 IVorUl Jamboree in Juymn illustrated with colored slides. The Canadian eonLlngent be- gan Us adventure in late July Scoutcrs pathercd on tnc campus ol VBC at Vancouver. Tho flight to Japan led north to Anchor a ife, Atoskn, Iwfore bending '.vest over the 1'nrific. The Jamboree oump, swollen almost to R my by sonic boys anil their leaders, was lo- cated on tho lower levels of Mount I''uji> am a Lhe well- known .lajimiosc holy mountain. Ten days of aciivity amid humid heat wrnt all too fast. Tho chores of camping v.ith c.impfircs, plus loirs, krpl. up days of eslre-mely heavy rains railed problems. Thn Canadian Camp was flcxxlcxi and all the Scouts bad to "swim out of Plnchcr Creek had a poster contest resulting in. throe winners having pri2.cs awarded by yours truly The winners wers: Ronnio Kilagaiva, Tom Fanro and ,Iohn Cope. A boun- teous lunch brought the evening to a close. Grassy Lake had ils first pa- rade to Sunday morning service recently. A program centred around linden Poirt'll, Scouting and what it does for boys. Speaker was Scoutor Jensen of BarnsvpN, a former district commissioner for Flat- lands Littering by students alleeed bv town coumdl The sumption R o m a n Onthrilie (.'luirrh wlicro they vrcrc wel- comed bv Hosehka. After PICTURE BUTTE Town comicil recently hoard a delegation from the schooi con- sisting of C. Burge, supcrin- .endent; Georgo Hanna, princi- jnl; and William Vogt, town re present alive, Io Lhe county school board; dLsciLssing the lillering on town strcels. Most of lliis is sold to occur whore students oat their lunch while ivalking uptown. School representatives stated they co-operate wilh the m this matter. Councillor Mrs. Shaw report- Janrl. ifalinrasl pti in Is iv eLl MILK nlVTSR rast, Grarle sludc-nl aUcnci- tbe Krlp HJvers School, recent ly slunved her paintings mul many sketches al IJie Milk River High School. The display was shown for J'i days. Students and slaff appre- cialed her work nnd showed en- thusiasm for her developed lai- cnt. QUALITY DRY CLEANING LOAD pack parjidcdjo on Iwr meeting with the Ca- n Transport Commission ards to Irnffic signals at Uic railway crossings. Mrs. btatctl Lhe commLL- eo is awaiting word of approval !rom tlw government. Councillor Howard branch ?orted Uic i.s now a mem- >cr of the emer- gency government area Mr. Branch is chairman or (Ills group and will be aUeud- Ing an EMO conference at Arn- prior, Onl., in AprlJ. Councillor Branch rcporlcd he hoped two local volunteer (ire- men would be able to attcnc (Norrnu] Garnients) PRE-SPOTTED AFTER-SPOHEU By Our Attendant thc mass the CWL served lunch to the congregation. For the young ones there was a Cub toboganrung parly and Inter a Scoutcraft propram at Tnljcr. to Scotitrr C'olin Ocl- flic and tlir: Tabfr Times the Scout Week edition had a mar- velon.s reproduction of from the 1923 Birkenlic-ad Jam- Inrce in Arrnw Park, linglantL Fome "-0.000 ScouLs from around (ho wo rid I he r e celebrated Seoul ing's 21 st aiifi iversnry, The Duko n( U'iiidvor, then H.H.I1. the Prince of was on hand and was welcomed by Sir Robert Baden Powell. Short- ly after the chief became Hubert Baden Powell........ Someone in Slavcly dug into old records and came; irp with a fine history or the Scout movement there. It started un- der the sponsorship of the Church in 1322. Later a Cub pack spraTig up with United i Church. Tlev. .1. C. MclxMii as the leader. The troop sprang up again in 1947 but moved (o Claresholm. U va.s in J950-51 that a group committee was formed and In 1951. t-'onimissioncr K. Tanner the of- ficial charter to the Hnmc and School sponsors. The Seoul- I master was John PrrroH. i Since then Scouting in Stave- ly has Jn 1956 Ihcir per- manent camp was established Uie training school al Vcr- million. Dr. Joe Takahaslu and Alex Forryal ol Iho local Jish and o association appeared be- fore council to get clarification Lo Uio terms of use of the old nuisance gnnrnds for trap shoot- ing. Council earlier requested their proposition and an outline of iho program. letters were received in regards to Opportunities f o r Youth programs by the federal government. These were, Youth Music, which provides free mu- sical enterlain m e n t for the youlh of smaller communities, cither in July or August, and the UruvcrsiLy Dramatics Art Group will introduce the young- er children to live theatre. George consulting engineer, met with the council to discuss the initial stages ol the water and sewer disposal survey. Councillor Duane Oliver re- ported nn tho. paving progratru This will include Jamicson Ave. from 4th Er. to 3rd St. nrd St, from Jamie-son Avc. through to Crescent Ave. and 4th St. from Highway Ave. to Crescent Ave, EXPRESS Nancy Honda of Iho Crows- nest Pass Figaro Skating Club presents iMiss Dominion of Canada, L a n a Dronillard of Windsor, Onl.. wilh E bou-. quci of red roses in nppre- cinlion for attending Ihc lo- cal figure skating club's Showtime Ixmklng oil arc, from LeU, Susie Zonda end Frank Nowosad of Ihe Cal- gary Cilriicoc Club nnd Harry SchncU ol tlic Calgary Winter Club. They took part in the show. Master of ceremonies was Hall Chamherlin of Cole- ninn. Colcninn Mayor John 11 o 1 y k wclcnmccl everyone present, Photo Hockey today TOUT MAC LEOD (Special Tho Iwnefit hockey gam v.ill he April 1. The O'SullJvan clan will clia lenpe the commercial team. All proceeds will go to mino hockey. "My people want a voice' CLMIESIIOLM Child of Ilio Blood Indians Re- serve, children nllend scliocls In the Willow Creek school division, says "My peo- on the reserve want a voice >n the school board." Appearing before. Ihe school board, he said: "It's been quite few years shico ivo started ntcgrolion. In Saskatchewan and Manitoba the Indians are represented on school boards." lie hoped there would soon bo changes in legislation to allow 'nil representation. He said Indians lake part In Pincher Creek school hoard meetings although they don'l liave volijig rights. It would help with any real problems if Indians had a mem- ber, he said. Henry Potts of the Peigan reserve told the board of Ihc Willow Creek school division "at Pincher Creek the Indians ore sent a copy of. the agenda and the dale of the hoard meet- ings. sit as observers al every meeting we have no right io vote." He said he believed Ihc new government was consider i n g changing the act to allow In- dians legal status on hoards. Trustee George Willis told the rlelcgalcs Lhe board was willing to have Indians come to tho meetings. Weary Willow Creek board tries to stretch dollars PARKSIDE COIN-OP LAUNDRY DRY CLEAN 263.1 South Parksido Drive Phono 327-OBI1 on Willow Today you ought to see the place. The second Sunday July !s Stavely Day. Leaders in recent limes have been John Elder, film Black and DHVD Linn with the Troop, John SlranR, Mrs. T'. Gibson, Mrs. H. String and K, Carlsnn. Mrs. H. Nelson's training has made the Cubs the finest sing- ers for long miles around. big night honored Jnc Main, Ivvan Mnnro and Hamona Pickcrsgill for long years' devoted service. DLslrict Commissioner Bill Roebuck gave one of his campfire yarns. High River Boy Scouts went to Calgary to participate In the ever popular Ice Stampede. Brooks Scouts and Cubs had fun at the Ptllcaii Hall with their second annual Hobby Fair. Tabrr Scouts and Cubs put on a display In the basement of the Community Centre, They also presented a play based on the life of Lord Robert Dadcn Powell. llama's Scouts and Cubs had i a banquet, a rally and Native Brotherhood Group from the Drumhcllcr Institute. Tls dances were most entertaining. On hand for the occasion was Scout Executive Bill Johnsoa of EcA Deer. Well done, all and to leaders, fecoulers, Venturers, Scouts and I Wolf C'ubs, good hunting! Dy PAUL ANDERSEN lleratd News Service CIAHESHObM Trustees o! the Willow Creek school divi- sion are currently grappling with many problems. Teacher salaries, mainte- nance of sclirwl buildings, teacher evaluation, negotia- tions wilh the department of In- dJEUi affairs over cost sharing for remedial rearling tenchoro. a mo-.e economical system to pay for nrral bus service for stiidcnt.5 nnd trying to finri money to pay for wear and lear of equipment such as typewrit- ers, machines and lab equipment are some of the wor- ries hurting Vi'eary Crcekcrs. aspects o[ school building insurance, from fire to liability, are also under careful study by trustees, some of whom are in- terested in a package deal for all plants. The question of whether Io buy "co-insurance" where only 80 per cent of n building is in- sured, or whether to go for 100 per cent or full replacemet in- surance is being given careful consideration. ffonry Polls of the Pcipan re- serve near Fort Macleod, and Able Child of Ihe Bloocl band, appeared at a recent meeting along with two men from the ol Indian alfairs nnd nortliern develnpmenl. They had been asked by the board to come and discuss the need for remedial reading .spe- cialists teachers. Indian affairs had for a num- ber of years paid up to 75 per cent of the cost of remedial reading teachers and they had indicated they might find it nec- essary to phase out this assis- tance. WANTED IRON NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Form Industrial Demolition Anything Made of Irani COPPER BRASS RADIATORS BATTERIES CAU IRON ole Truck toadt Truck Magnel Crana National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW LOCATION 206 33rd Street North Phono 328-1721 "Scrap ii Our Ed's Blacksmith and Welding Auction Sale B58 Crescent Avenue North riCTURE BUTTE, ALBERTA Saturday, April 15-1 p.m. LUNCH SERVED Tarmt: Caih the day of the tale, wilh tetllemenl in full before removal from the farm. Having been favoured Instructions from Mr. Ed Pior- kowiki, who ha> told hit welding busineii, we will offer for tale Ihe following lina of welding equipment and tooli DI listed below subject to addilfoni, deletions, or minor crinngoi at you may find Irtom the day of tho salo, ton hydraulic presi; hoist on wheels [with one ton chnin 1 13 fl. high outside hoist with ana ton chain 1 25 Ib. trip-hammer, 3 h.p. motor; ing machine made by of (course and line floor drill wifh variable speeds from 180 r.p.m. to 2500. Approx. Like new 2-Hand drills W ond ai" Black ond 1- Sel high speed drill hill. From "Io welding machine. 250 ampi. wifh 50 fl, hoses; of oxygen and acetylene? gouges wilh hoses; Set of welding and cutting lipj; 1-Oxygen and acetylene buggy; 1-200 Ib. scale; 1- Welding lable and choir; 1 open end wrenches from to IV. 1-Sct jockel) V drr-e; soctcetj si" drive; 1 Iron loo I tabla varioui In oil; 1 with ccllancoui tools; inch unLreokable vile wjlh ijand; 4 inch vijO; complelo with fan variable jpeedj; 1 Forga molor wiih Ian. Subject to salo of building. 1 wheel buggy; 1 --Ono ton wilH quantity of bolh and rivets; I and Decker hand grind- f-r; I 2" x 12" grinder with h.p. motor; grinder 3i" molor stand; hammers; 1-Hand hammer; 1 14 fl. I 1 Automatic cngala opener; 1 -50 0. 1" rope> inch blndo fan wilh motor ond jlondj 1 -Radio ei'tiide 1-Ramr 1-Largo office deik and chair; clock; 2-icoh; 1-Gtn l-ical- er, 8.T.U. 50 Ibs. 2'i" nnils, quantity of iron ancf plpci; honci; JDS fable screw itonds; K- Screw jacl'; 1-Fire cxllnguiiher; 1 24" ihop broom; 5-Chrnpi- A fl. and 2 asiorfmcnf of fire 3-lorj charm; 200 Ibs misc. welding rod; 10 oil can top f'.i full) 7--OH cans Ji gaf. cutting oil; I bar, of cottar nnd small looli nrtd Many Mori I Is mi Small ond Toofi fan M So I PI Conducted By HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. Box 105, Coolrfalo, Alberta "Serving lha Soulh hy Word oF Moulh" For Furlher Informolion 345-3534, or Ownci AUCTIONEERS: ROGER IIANDLEY Lie. No. 010171 LES HANDLEY Lie. No. 010170 FRED BURTON lie. No. ERNIE WUTZKE Farm Auction Sale 3 miles south and 2 miles east of BURDETT, AlBERTA THURSDAY, APRIL 13th AT 10 A.M. TERMS: Cash Ihe day of Tha iota, wilh iGltlemenI In full before removal from tha form. Having been favoured wilh instruction from Mr. Irnle Wulzke, who has retired from farming, we will offer for solo the following line of farm machinery ai lilted lubjecl to additions, deletions, errors or minor changes ai you may find them Ihft day of thn tola. TRACTORS 1 1966 John Deere Model 420 Crop Propane Tractor, PCW motor ins tolled in 1971, fn good condition; 1 195B Allii Chalmcri Model WD25 Crop Tractor with fj-onl end loader Ho be iclc" with or leperale ai decided cl Ihe TRUCKS 1-1952 l.H.C. Model U3Q 3.Ion Truck groin box. fn good running condition. COMBINES AND SWATHER 1-1958 l.H.C. Self propelled Combina wilh 14 ft. Platform with 17 fl, McCoy Rcnn pick-up. Overhauled recentlyr 1 1955 l.H.C. Sell PropeHcd Combine wilK U fl. platform wilh Slraw Chopper. Good running tonditionj 1-1964 Ver- satile Self Propelled 15 fl, Swother Model 103 fMolor over- hauled in MACHINERY Deere V Dikhcr hydraulic; Jeoffroy 12 ft. Hy- draulic ChisQl Plowj I ft. Rod Weeder, allach. To fit above cultivator; 12 fl, Press Dnll; II. Hi Wheel 12 ff. Croiy 1-4 Row Corragalor; Deere Manure Spreader) ion I of Diamond Harrowi wifh draw barj filler to fit 3 pi. Htch, 1-1968 Arli 320 Hammer Mill wjlri feed mixer; I- 1958 Mayralh Sprayer wi'h 42 fl, boDmij John Deero Forage Harvester; ft. Speed King Gram Auger with like new 9-12 h.p. Wiiconiin molar; 1 Snowco 20 It. Bnlo Elevoior wflh 1 h.p. Eleclfic motor; 1 2 wheel Flol Deck, ]-16 4" Grain Auger wiih h.p. electric molor, FUEL AND STORAGE TANKS gal. Propane Storage with John Blue, pump; 1-500 gal. Single Comp, Fuel tank wilh hoscj 1-300 gal. Fuel Tank with hose. SPRINKLER IRRIGATION EQUIP. Coniljling of 66 Xx40 fl. fnd Risen, 47 Fl, Main Lfne wilh new Valve Openrng T-f.H.C. Model BU 264 Power Unll Nalural Goi largn pumpr hai heen handling mile a! 80 Ibi. Very efficiently. Approx. 150 1"