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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta M-t FUN DAY Around people were.on hand for Ihe Weslorn family fun day ot the Taber rodeo grounds to enjoy a variety of events. Above is Mrs. Sound- ers displaying fine form in goat tying contest. Over 110 dozen buffalo burgers were consumed during Ihe day. The mcaf, pounds of it, was provided by Agriculture Minister H. A. "Burl" Olson, a gunsl ot the affair. Gibb Photo Taber news roinidnp Telephone service wiring prompts inquiry by council TABEll tlliVS) It was plainly a C.T.SR of poor communi- cation, Members of the Tfiber town council are concerned that tele- phone service wiring was not installed underground along wilh Calgary Power lines for the residential sulxli vision north of the golf cour.se facing 50lh Avenue, as requested. Instead, telephone services to resiliences have bcjcn installed strung overhead from nn exist- ing telephone trunk pole line on 50th Avenue. Council's concern prompted an inquiry to Ifie phone com- pany which advised Hint the high cost of burying c.ible com- parer! willi use of existing was foo high, and Ihe powrr compelny been sr> ndvised. lint tbc rouiiril v.'jjs In- formed of Albert a Cifivnnnnc'nt Tele- phones was critical (if the (own for not kcoping 11 KI company informed of future plans, and that no niquest had [icon made by the town for tlie under- ground wiling. Kcspon.se fit (ho recent ronn- the Z-6 steel belted radial Toyo steet belted radials give you 4 promises: 1. Double normal lire life 2. Greater saloly 3. Improved traction 4. Boiler gar, mileage MILE GUARANTEE LEONARD TIRE MART LTD. Phono J27-35GO 1702 2nd Avc. 5. cil moctuig was tiiat in oilier in- stallations of buried services nn 53st and Avenues im- mediately lo tlw north, the ser- vices were install wl as re- jnesled of Calgary Power which normally supplies "pole space" services are in- stalled overhenti. Further investigation of the problem was ordered by the council. Jn other Tabcr news, Yvonne Mclvor, Taber's recreation program director, Is represent- ing the regional recreation counci! at the conference of Ihc Canadian Parks and Recreation Association in Ottawa. On the recommendation of (.lie rocrnalmn board, lown Pension money increased NATAL flliN'S) Retired miners in this district are to receive money from Welfare and Rcttremend Fund of UMWA nislrict 18. A news refcase from the Cal- gary office of lite United Mine Workers snid: District 18 United Mine Workers of Ameri- ca with officers John Dclaney, president; Stanley Grocull, .sec- rot ary-lrensurer; Donald Mc- Donald, representative, and limner DeAnna, represent alive, alontf wilh the Sub-District board members, s LI cccss fully nogrjlialcd a 45 per cent in- crease in (lie pensions paid to iill members of the United Minn Workers of America, be- tween tlie jigcs of B2 and years, which will also include nil m cm tors receiving a {Us- ability pension. This now brings I ho pension from the Welfare and Retire- ment Fund of District 111, Uniled Mine Workers of Amcri- en io iiu'sc mcmiKT.'; up io per month from per month previous lo tins increase. council approve payment o: 5402.50 expense money the trip. It is expected the provincial leadership training grants wil' refund about to the town's treasury. TRUCK JIOUTES With harvesting of sugar Ijcels, corn and potatoes in the near future, Ihc town counci ias again ruled that in the in (crests of safely, loaded am empty trucks should not use town streets and avenues. Truck routes are to lie postec as soon as possible so that the main highways are used 3i preference (o 501 h Avciun through lown. Farm traffic entering fron R north via SOU) Street shot travel east al Mlb Avenue Highway and (rucks from Mic west should use Highway in preference to 50th Avenue (.train t nicks must neccssar iiy enter town on 50th Avenu lincmon who, in z mmilxT of instances in the past. liavo been seriously injured bo- rnusr Ihoir spurs have on Inn cards, nrtils nnd slaplrs. Safely ilircrlors for H.r. Tele- phone Company and B.C. Hyd point- out Hint B.C. Workmen's f'ompcMisnlirm Koari' rcguln- lions prohibit posters, and olttor foreign nMnchmcnls on ulilily polrs. "We tfic assislance of ;iil rijnmaiflnrrs in making on L'liiplfivcrs srifc on I lie lln dirrclors snid. Harvest under way IRON RPHINCS (HNS) This year's harvest is undo way in Ihc Iron Springs dislrit wilh farmers conunonc-ing the swathing opcrntion.s. A slorrn winds of rrtrce swept through a porlio of Iho area, cnusing dainnf, nf up lo .sfi conl in soir firlds of Iron Spring liny si ark on Ihc: So.sicV farm was destroyed 1 lifihtninp. Elk Valley lops even! NATAL (HNS) Klk Valle Di'imnnrls captured honor nnd (he Tlirile Confectioner Irophy fit (ho women's soitki toinnanicnt in f'crnie Central Hotel won Ih first game easily, whippin Fore.Mcrs K( Vnlloy thumped Mn rlirml ,s .11 and (he n dowuo Ontrn! 22-9 in the tourr cy finnl. The Foresters downo the Merchants 2F1-22 in (lie coi1 solation final. SOIL DIVISION RcR.iniless of tree size, hciph firowlli is rmi.sod soil divisio of a small of cells at th rxlronir: lip. Monday, Auguif M, T772 THB imfflRIDOl 3 By CA. Weekes 'Oie good old summertime along and everyone is oing on holiday or yetting over ic holiday they had. One of the 'cr present pleasures is that fishing. Hero in Foothill Country the isciples of the immortal Izack Valton can slip out to a near- y creek, river or lake for re- ixation, to drop the fish a line, o leaders, Scouts, Cubs and enlurcrs there arc associated alls. There are camping, cook- ng, nature study and automo- vo skills that yet you out and ack. Never forget that out in ad's country one could not for- ct to 1x3 a conservationist and non-pollutionist. If you are in Scouting the uldoors is a fine place to put 11 this into practice. Keep our orcst green, which means he- careful at all times. Fire azards are high these days, V v The Fourteenth Lethbridgc "'ack was in Camp Impeesa ately with a full crew of happy, calthy Cubs and guests from lalstrom Air Force Base Pack 70, Montana, plus two Cana- lian guests. Akela Paul Shew- huk was Camp Chief as usual, vhile wilh him were H. T. Horse-Trader) Jones, ScouEcrs Job Montgomery and Bob Sim- nons as Admirals and Mrs. Vaughan Gardner as camp nurse. With Iho Malslrom Cub Scouts were Den Mother Kay Volters and Akela Dick rs. Sea Scout Allan WirfdUick s'as there from Vancouver as vas Barry Erickson of Noble- 'ord. All told there was a happy camp with a topnotch program and excellent food. The boys and leaders had a ne hike to the Salt Lick where a number of mountain goats were seen. A full-scale nature like and a nature trail near Skookum Village, plus the waterfront fun made for a camp to remember. Camp fire "un included the usual songs: skits and games. "Interior ceo nomy" was enforced by those in charge of cabin inspections and articles of clothing found apparently superfluous, were flown at half mast as a warning to the owners. Everyone hac fun and action- This is the type of camp the Fourteenth havi always been known to have, The campfirc, when we wen privileged to bu present, was a dandy one. Songs dear lo Ihc hearts of the boys were sung with great gusto. After this each cabin had a skit to sub- mit. After the closing of the campfire the boys enjoyed wei ncrs and marshmallows alonj with hot chocolate. We had the pleasure o awarding each boy a Camp Im peesa crest with a flash Morse-trader Jones presentee Cubs Dana Forrest and Miki Schaaljc with Best Campe awards. In a Hands Across the Border Ceremony, Dana For rest. John Tyson, David Gish Mark Flint, Ron Beck and Rick Wolters all from Malstrom Ai Base, were made honorary members of the Fourteenth Lelhbridgc Pack. Akela and Den Mother Wol lers were given a spccia awa i n bei ng in vested a: honorary Cub Scoutcrs of tin Fourteenth. Further spccia awards went to Scouter Rock. Wcckes, Dick ami Kay WoMer anrl Venturer Hob Ivison for al help given to make the cam. the success it was from July 2 lo 30. Some 27 Wolf Cubs of th Fourth (SI, Augustine's) Pac from Lethbridge returned t their very favorite Cub Village Tillicum, (or a whole week' camping. In our estimation thi Pack is following up well in Ih footsteps of Akela Maurice Mi choll, former camp chief. Th calihre of (his pack ha IIPCM carried on by (Iiis year' Akoiii Art llcwolt wilh the a? sistanrn of Scoutcrs C. WaLsor K. Pclerscn, anci Dr. E. Lang ford, plus the culinary magi of Mrs. I. E. Atkinson and Mrs C. Watson. Special mcntio goes lo the Yellow Six for the! MEN WANTED CATTLE AND LIVESTOCK BUYERS We want men in ihis area. Train to buy calllc, sheep and Imss, wilf (rain men wifh somo livestock experi- ence. Tor loc.il interview, write Today wilh your back- ground. Include your full address and phone number, CATUE BUYERS, INC. Madison Kinllt City, Mo. 6411] hospitality lo yours Iruly. Mrs. Wcckes was also Iho recipient of real Western treatment. I V T Tlic Fourth always have a top program for camp acti- vities. This has activated y Dr. Langford The hole uroup circiim-nriviyated ic lake and made model.'; of a key bridge and a comman- o bridge. Trees, flowers and were studied around Til- cum and even part way ahle Mounlain. On a hike to ic Salt Lick the boys were able o make a study of Mountain lieep. The evening assed all too svriftly. Songs, arns, skiU and yells were an vident delight. Hot chocolate nd cookies made a perfect end o a long day. These too, njoyed (ho boating, canoeing nd swimming along the water- ront. A thousand thanks go to 11 those who made such im- rovements there. Back in the days when yours ruly was camp administrator; t Camp Impeesa for the first me a wonderful surprise was given us one day when we re- urned from a necessary ah- ence. We found a marvelous lature trail laid out along Jrn- xisa's "main drag." Only while visiting the. Fourth Lcth- iridge Pack this week did we ind out who had given us such a gift Dr. Gordon Hobhs of the Research Station. Who- ever knew the donor was quiet ahpul this in spite of our in- luiries over the years. So Dr. fobbs, please excuse this ap- >arenl breach of courtesy. Thank you, sir, lor that nature rail on behalf of all the follow- ers of nature study, ourselves included. Not long ago word of a acces- sion to higher office was an- nounced for our former pro- vincial commissioner, N. E, Tanner, now living in Salt Lake City, Utah. Our congratulations, We are happy to tell of great .improvement in the- health of this year's administrator, Ray- mond Babhs, His back, injured while working on the new dock, is fast healing. Visiting in the Cowley area was District Commissioner Lawrence Clarke of Hochfort Bridge, Alberta. Mr. Clark has the mainstay of SI, John Am- bulance training in the Lac Kte, Anno S.D. and in Scout first aid contests. Good hunting, nil! Agreement ratified CRANBROOK (Special) Agreement memo lias boon ra- tified by tlie city and (he Cran- brook local of Ilio International Union of Fire Fighters on three-year contract terms starl- ing last January and termina- ting Dceemijcr 31, 1974. It covers 12 staff firemen, the chief and Ms deputy. The de- partment additionally has 15 trained volunteers. Wage terms allow 13 per cent increa.se- in 1972 retroactive lo January I, 13 per cent in 1973, and J2 per cent in J974. Existing agreement the city and its works employ- ees, represented by CUPE, was reached in tbc spring and is for n single year. AIRLINE COURSE FOR MEN AND WOMEN u nrp hclwrrn Iho oqct of 17 rinri 3-i, nnd hovr? Dopl ABOS2, AIRLINES TRAINING DIVJSIQN, Atlantic School, Box 77 Lethbridge Herald NAME ADDRESS CITY.................... PROVINCE........ AGf PHONt EDUCATION Whoever You Need Anytime. The Letltbridge Herald Wan fM? 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