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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Record number of bands set CHANIJHOOK Ktiin Sti-elc Dfiys paradr here as Ihe nlirnnx of llu- August t'J-n ;in- Linda long receives award LINDA scholarship TABKK A student, Linda J, ha.s been award- ed a of Alberta grad- uate scholarship for the .second year of lier Masters program in English al the University of Calgary. The 12-rnonlh award i.s valu- ed al. and i.s for the 1972- academic year. This mnrkfi the second con- secutive year that, the Univer- sity of Calga'y bus .selected Miss Kong as the recipient of the award. received her R.A. degree In 197J, with dis- tinction from the University of Lcthbridge. Linda i.s the daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Kong of Taber iind the granddaughter of Mrs. Sun Chuen and ihe late Sun Clmcn of flow Island. She is 20 years old. nnal Crnnbrook celebration, will hrive a minimum of 12 hards this year, the all-lime Nefson'.s diamond jubilee mid the Kelosvna Die otlior two interior major ficslns, arc jiartly Ihe rcusoji, since dales of their respective parades arc in it sequence which permits the vLsiliru; bards to take part in ;dl Ihrvc. Sam Slcele Days aftahi is a city wall to wall program lo include ]'odco. slock car races, carnival, soap- box dci ijy, bicycle rac i n square raft arl show, fifiker Street beer gar- den. hailK'cue anif dancirj- in halls ;md in the streets. Creslon's Larry Hoe {lay ilson Irck over Ihe Dewdney Trail tjackroarl from Yahk to Cranbrook, a "jvtsl for fun" cvenl started year, lias .wn a response of par- again, fo arrive here prior lo the parade. 'I'h e various competitive cjvenl.s arc concurrent, with i focal of Ihe four day program the Sweetheart of Sam KtceJe Days pageant opener Thursday the Satur- day morning parade and even- ing fireworks. Gay Nineties street decor and of shop .staffs and citizens in gen- eral is brewing already. Chairmen for this eighth run- ning of the Dfiys nrc Jim Nico! and Kick Spoorcr. NEWSPAPER ASSISTS FAMILY Mayor Louis Ungoro of Sparwood has passed along a cheque for lo the widows of ihc ihree Mara brothers of Blairmore were killed in a mud ond rock slide in March while working near Micliol. The money raised by a week Italian newspaper in Vancouver. Above, left to right, are Paul Schipani of Bloirniorc, a brother- in of the three vic- tims, Tony Simoni of Sporwood, Italian Consulate rep- resentalivo, Prank of Blairmore, a brolher, Ungaro. and Friday, Avgui) 4, J973 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Plan satellite 111 58 area COLKMAN (CNP Bureau) Kfforts by Col email mayor John Holyk find councillor Ted Kryczka, and Milan Halog of a re-tail commercial area to commercial area. was held on the iCu'iiary Tower rates and May- John Holyk will hring the in Hool.enay race. I'Ycnk have resulted hi the lo- j town's new counter proposal to cation of a good reception area I the company to obtain for Uic installation of a Cl-'CN-itheir vicws- Canary Power had TV satellite, j requested a 35 per cent m- crease in rates, which council did not approve. In other council business it was learnc-1 that 'ion within 30 days nf rt i.-'s resignation or dismi the Ixiard. If no c; rites conic- forward after :ill days, I lie boa rd m sy. ni th a oprov- al of Die department of ciluca- tion, appoint a member of the community to fill the posl. Mr. Stafford was elected to a two-year term last December, so a polenlial candidate would, if elected, until Dee. HI, Camididales wu.st properly in the area to qualify. NATAL rilNSi CrHidiiblc.s of four political parties have been nominated for the KuotciKiy riding in Ihe forth- coming provincial elect i o n, which Premier Bi'nncll an- nounced recently v.ill Ix; held Aug. 3fJ. Veteran MLA lx.-o T. Nim- sick of the NDP will be seek- ing his ninth lorm as MLA. If e has been in the for 2f) years, and is commonly referred to an the rfenn of Ihc house. He i.s (he party whip for the NDP. I Nimsick got his start in poll- ics in the r-ily of Rossi a ml where he was an unsuccessful li'tafG for C'CF party, forerunner of the NDP, All his opponents nre taking their first fiintf 'at politics on the provincial level, at least as candidates. They are Harry "Bud1' CftUKu'll, Liberal candi- o: David Reeves, S o i a I Credit candidate, and R o r. Powell, Conserve live candi- date. Uccvcs i.s from Kimber- ley and tl i e ot hers a re from Cranbrook. Hud Caldwel! Ls a native of Cranbrook and, except for his period of service in the Cana- dian Army and Airborne Divi- sion in I he last war and some years spent in hard rock min- ing in various parts of the prov- ince, has lived there all his life. He is presently the proprie- tor of Cakhvcll Agencies, a real estate firm which lie started in Cra iibrook i n J 3e i.s t he Liberal candidate. Dave Heeves, the Social C'.c- Ron Powell, the Conservative rlit aspirant is a minister aL j crm-lidatc, i.s a newspaperman Fdlnw.shjp Baptist Churcti in i has been the Kiinhcrk-y. JIu worked t CPK road gang to help for his theological pay education worked at several occupa- tion.1; before becoming a full- time minister eight years ago. brook Courier for a number of years end is r.ow with TrxJuy Publications. He ings disclosed strong signals received. Council and the television station have honeys the satellite will be installed this fall. Council lia.s applied for a capital assistance grant of 200 from the department of cul- lure, youth and recreation for work on the Coieman arena. Charlton and HIM of Letlibrtrlge have Ixxn hired to do the re- j paii work to the arena roof yt a cost of The baking! of (lie coat alnve the ju'srl will j be paid r.ut of the tmvn's gtjn- I No impressive issues peailuT revenue. i Three bylaws had first and erni cd in this ridir.y to elect a mem ber lo the B.C. legislature i 23 years. to the East Koolenay ate ob- Government purchases land Conservative candidate to run in this riding since and rep- resents a party which htis fail- By CA. Weekes Time lias passed and we had our jaunt lo Foothills Hospital trator BaEihs and director Jim Van Dyck the fir.st viou.s at the moment, and none of the candidates has announc- any specific platform. All have made statements saying they wish to preserve the ecology and fight pollution. but no burning issues have arisen. Only one, Nim.sick, has come out with an adamant sland on tlie proposed K and E Railway, something he opposes vigorously on grounds it will mean deporting Canadian jobs. Tn the la.st election, S o e i a 1 Credit elected 28, the NDP 12 and the Liberals five. Since then, two Social Credit mem- bers have defected and sat in (arm KDMONTON (CP) Tlie Al- horta government purchas- td farm land worth in second reading for the purpose the Peace country under the of making a S-IM grant to the federal-provincial small farms Coleman Community Library to increase garbage collection fees from SI per month to Si.50 ind to aulhorizc the assessor .0 use the current year assess- ment for the following year. Fire chief Henry Zak was present and council approved request for more financial aid for the brigade members and, for good behavior, our j the degree of fun in camp. slay was only two days. No! How those eity Cubs love to time lo put up a lent! Now row or paddle as well as swim! we are in dear old Cowley, Troop Scouter I'arry Mar- shalsay of the 17th Troop had II boys under canvas nearby. gnrdering and visiting Camp Impec.sa, fanning our brow in the heat or dodging raindrops as the vagaries of the weather I Ben Jarvie and Greg Marl in were his righthand men. The troop camp had the neatest and most efficient camp setup seen dictated. You may be glad to know that, as of .July 1, we lo be a part of life in ceased the As Little Red School House, for many a day, with real lash- friend told us, "You no nails. Troop pbolog- spend nil your time with Scouts raphcr was Bill Coutts who has the legislature lives. as Conserva- while they attend hose coupling competitions as entry fees and other cosU have increased. Council approved plans for the new Credit Union Building to be erected east of the Satel- lite Cafe on the north side of Highway 3. The area is also t to be rezoned from a highway i development program, it was announced in an order-in-coun- cil. The land is in the Hythe, High Prairie, Fair arid Manning dLstrict-s. Alberta s the first province to enter the small farms de- velopment program, designed lo help farmers develop more profitable family farms. MOBILE HOME NEW 12'x52'-2 Bedroom ONIY MIDWEST MOBILE HOMES KAWASAKI BACK-TO-SCHOOL SPECIALS RED HOT PRICES August 1 to September 8 VJ I OOCC FU EZ5CC Reg. Now LETHBRIDGE KAWASAKI 13th ST. ond HARDIEVIUE RD. PHONE 327-6117 CLOSfD MONDAY. OPEN DAILY 9 AM. TO 6 P.M. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. Urban matters are discussed with liasford NATAL (HNS) TiiR lion. KOI: Hasford, federal minister for urban affairs, recently visit- 'he Histrict .'incl discussed ur- Inn inrtiers with the councils nf the District of Sparwontl and Ihc Village of Elkford. He al- lendrf! n luncheon mpcliiij; >vilh the District of Sp-nrwowl coun- cil nml later motorrd to Klk- fnrr! tn niecl tlin council j 1 lie re. The name evening lie met tiie Kernic council rd j R dinner meeting. During bi.s Mr. Da.sfonl 1 imliccilef] lo tlin District of .Spiirsvoml council 'ti.il there no additional federal finids av.iilalile fur the urban projecl .n Natal. Although there were a num- ber of visitors for the luncheon at t he Civic Cent re in Spa r- t he ro u c re no sp ecc hr.s. The nieolint; wa.s inform pi ;ir.d discussions were held on a per- son- lo-per.son ha.sis. Mayur Ixmis Unparo we I com- j el the visitor nnd Doiif; Slewart. for the i riciing, lo 1 Sparwood. and T.ifc .'d Camp Impcesa wa.s jolly and gay for the two Packs of the 17th Lelhbridge Cubs, Monday's Pack was well ensconced in Skookum Village white the Tuuesdny Pack found Til lion m most enjoyable. Hik- ing, nature walks, and games vied with waterfront boating, ranot'ing and swimming- Be- Iween Ihc two Packs some 40 Cubs 20 or more leaders and helpers wore revelling in had a wonderful time photo- graphing deer, squirrels and other wildlife species. Fishing was great, all said. The advance guard of the 20th Ijcthbridgc Troop arrived and, like the Marines, were fast es- tablishing their beachhead. Scouter L. Howard with assis- tant H. Klasscn exacted some 12 Scouts to arnvc ami make Tournament at Finclier PINCIIER CREEK (Special) Action in a three-day inter- national Litttc League tourna- ment got under way here today at the Memorial Community Centre diamond with Kenan, Montana, mecling Port Mac- leod in ihc first game. Pincher Creek will tackle CJiarlo, Montana, in game two i at six o'clock. A full day's play scheduled Saturday with i Montana teams, Columbia Fails and Pablo, meeting at o'clock. Whitefish plays the camp. All hands to (tie campdrc. _, _. The First n ttrenlham Pack number hut (he camp life. Camp chief was; te small in number but the genial Boh IJu.cy under i havnifi unclcspile the odd shower. Akela Chnsten- ]oscrs at two o'clock and first-round nor.- at four and Sunday's CLEARING AT....... CONVENIENT TERMS 0% Off! 326 5th Streel South Lelhbridge Phone 327-8578 whose watchful eye and help- ing hand good things happened. All were talking of a delight- ful jaunt lo lhe Salt Lick where and goats frolicked. Akela Todd of the Monday Pack ami John Btxlnaruk as assistant along wilh Mrs. .Ion-arm Nagy as Shore Khan. Olher helpers were Mrs. M. Botlnaruk, Mrs. K. Jesse and Sandy Clove. The admiralty (all cook.s rank as admirals in camp) consisted of Mrs. K. Louey and Mrs. Sarah GDVD. Activity atid good food make for a lop-notch camp. The Tuesday gang bad our old friend riei Takeyisu as Akela wilh Kit a Jarvie as ns- sislfinl along wilh John Cvctko, Mrs. Heiersoii. Mrs. CJ. Mar- tin, Mis. B. Ogden, Len .larvie anrl oltl friend Hick Gordon. Mike Ku! ora and Greg Martin were on band to help wherever possible. Glowing accounts of 1 heir activities and apprecia- tive words relative to Adminis- .Jil SEE THE GLASS SIOED HIT OF HOME SHOWS. NATION'S MOBIll One whole of glnu 10 you can me ri1 a glance ilia 6nMi< infcrfor of Ihii remarkable show homo by Indusrrlct Inc. of Pcnliclon. Thn hit of mobile showi throughout natron. Got nrt Iniijjhl into eomforlabla way of living. ON DISPLAY THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY MIDWEST MOBILE HOMES HIGHWAY 3 EAST sen had eight of her usual 12. A camp by a lake beneath Table Mountain was a delight to all. Cooks and helpers in- riadeti Mrs. Mary Slovak, Mrs. K. Scdbach and far from her Australian home, Mrs. .1. Eci- wanls. With this little group we had a short happy singsong and a few choice stories. II is sur- prising how Cubs ami grown- ups alike enjoy Die yarn about "The Dog That Could Do Karate." Visits to camps are always fun. However, il was an extra pleasure to pause a while with the Fiflh Talwr Troop under the leadership of Scouter Colin Oldie. There were 13 hoys, one patrol of which was some- where across Ihc lake on an overnight campoiit, Picture a campfire which had burner! low among Inlt shadowy Irccs. A dark .sky lit by frequent flashes of lightning helps to complete Ihe scene. Whal could lastc hel- ler than hoi chocolate made at the lailgate of Scouter Oddic's truck. Tom Oddic and Glen Kilbnck were the two older lads assist- ing wilii (he camp. They had real fun coupled with good fish- ing. bad a wonderful chal with Scout or Colin as he ex- pounded the fine setup of Scout- ing in Taber, liseir plans for (he fulure and what the old Scouts of the Iroop were doing in Ihe field of higher eduction. No wonder he is a vaiued member of the Camp Impress commit- tee. Good Scouter! Tin's account of happy visils to Impcesa will give all yon folks something of why Bnden- Pov.ell of, Game of Scouting.1' You should tneol thc.se leaders who nrc in (his great Game. Good tumling, all! Three-way lie WAHNKH (HNS) hasrhall to.tm finish- ed in a lio for first place in Ihc Row Island tourna- with Calgary and Bow Is- i land, but lost the draw to deler- mined vhich teams will meef j Jin Uio final. Genrgr Mueller i roaelied l.ho locals (his season "ill. Mrs, Anno Tel7.1 Mf anil Mrs, Isiibellc W.ignor hamtlmjf j managerial dtilics. 1972 TOYOTA CLEARANCE There are only 6 of these specially priced new 1972 model Toyotas so act now! 1972 CORONA 2 litre, 2 dr. hardlop. auto, trons., blue in color. Regulnr 1972 COROLLA 1600 4 door, aulo. trans., mustard in color. Regular 1972 Model Discount MARK II 2 door hardlop, auto. trans., yeltow in color, Regular Retail 1972 Model Discount 400 Discount 455 NOW __ 1 7J 1972 CORONA 4 door, aulo. Irons., red in color-Regular Retail 1972 CORONA 4 doer. 4 spend trans., gold in color. Regular Retail 1972 MARK II 4 door stalion wagon, aulo. yellow in color. Regular Retail 1972 Model Discounl 390 NOW __ __ Trades Welcome and Bank Financing Available Madge Equipment MILK RIVER, PHONE 647-3838 ;