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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Mondoy, August 23, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 LIFE CAN BF. BEAUTIFUL AT IMPEESA DRAGLAND CHECKS SCENE FOR NEXT SHOT Impeesa offers outdoor fun By C. A. Herald News Service CAW IMPEESA South Alberta region may well feel proud lo have a camp like Camp linpctsa in southwest Alberta within reasonable dis- tance of most of Die centres willi Scout troops and Wolf Cub parks. This smr.mci- I here were mostly Cub packs in camp, some seven of them, as .so many Spout Iroops were at (lie Fifth Alberta Jamboree at Svlvan Lake. hurst, Leavitl, Glemvood and Medicine Hal. Camp Administrator this year is Oranl Wood who, with Ills gooii wife, Colleen and family, occupied the warden's cabin. Tn charge at the waterfront was Ken Holmes. Service Scouts or Adventurers included Glen and Hick Carberl, Jin-. Hewitt and others who faithfully maintain- ed Ihe water-linos and the water supply besides taking care of garbage disposal and assisting with canoes, row- boats and sailboats. With this summer's hoi days, Vet (wo Iroops did gel lo I in- the emphasis was definitely 'on pcrsa and one groups popped in. ur two small walcrfront activities. Swimming received real The 11th I.olhhmlKc Troop (ention. So did the boating. To was one that got in some pre-1 tired, hot leaders and kitchen Jamboree (raining. Altogether the. following centres wore rep- resented at Impeesa: Pincher Crrrk, Furl Maclrnd, Lelli- bridfic, f'annanpny, niairinorc, Coaltlalc, Picture Riitlc, Dia- mond City, Iron Springs, Coal- slaff (lie lake was a real boon. In Impeesa's acres two out- side found sanctuary as well, a large girls' group from Cardston and a recrea- tional group from Coaldale. A very fine feature was a district camp held by the West- wind district near Lethbridge. Directing this was genial Dis- trict Commissioner Jim Fore- man and These two his wife, were an Bernie. advance party to get everything set up for the arrival of Cubs and Scouts. They arrived in full uni- form with banners waving and the fun and action began. Mrs. Anne Haiify from Iron Springs. John Hcinoncn, Jim Blair, Glen Foster, Dave Carr and Miss Alice Wade, all from Picture Bullc, Invin Olsen from Diamond City, and Nick Zay- chnk. Miss .SYljieman, Pat and Rill Klima, Jliss Annie Gnldic, and Miss Sharon Ln- monl all of Coallmrst were leaders for some 70 Cubs and Scouls. It took the first day lo gel settled and lo fix a "program with the waterfront for swim- ming and canoeing. Wide games and an obstacle course for Ihe Scouts helped tire the problem al Oaiibi'ook Snarl hits development CUANUnrjOK Chamber committee respon-1 The bylaw has had three Lack of cimmiuiucalion o[ sibilily had been to sound out is now awaitin members of the cily appointed downtown parking association committee of councillors, and chamber of commerce cominit- Ice unawarcness that one had been appointed, lias snarled up temporarily further develop menl. Tile chamber was approved in early spring by council to pilot the project inlo existence and operation if possible. Chamber coinmillee is head by inemboi Grant JIaddock, president and Ron Draper. Doiic Perry and Tier- narcl McKenzio. It bad mil lirru notified Ihe city had nair.crl as ils com- mittee Ihe mayor. Aid. Art Draper and Aid. Ty Colgur, and administrator Bland Hoo- ver. commercial area merchants as lo whether they would favor cily purchase al about of four downtown available va- cant areas on which offstreel parking could be operalcd. fiesull has been an inler- commiltco matter via Ihe lo- cal media and no progress to- ward start in realization of the basic plans whereby Uic cily would finance purchase, if ben- cfilling properly owners ap- proved, and an organization would be established to oper- ate it to liquidate over 25 years the cily cosl. Al present rigorous commer- cial zoning rogiilalions prevail of ratio of offstreel parking to new building floor space but a new zoning bylaw would ease this to some extent. ng mu- nicipal affairs department ap- proval, and must Ihen have a public hearing before enact- menl. which would delay things unlil at least Sc-pient- bor. Disabilit program under v WilV Spcctalors welcome al horseman's clinic CRAMJROOK i S p c c i a Learning disabilities clinic i Neufeld and P1NCHLK CREEK (Special) Tlic Pinchcr Creek regional recreation hoard and Ihe Pincher Creole regional (xnios- Uian hoard are agnin sponsor- ing n Monle I'orcman llorso- man's Clinic at the Memorial rommiinily Centre Arena, Sepl. .1 In n. All 50 pnsiliims ;irc for and riders. .lONICS'HOno, Ark. I'AI'i heis al Arkansas Slnlr Uni- vcr.Mly came wilbin Ml soronds of not receiving pay raises Ihis ly otlicials said Ibe went inlo efferl al midnight, M. I'residenl JViMin's day w a co-price free r iuln effect Sjjcclators nre It is felt that those in the sl.inds can learn and enjoy the value of good horsemanship. Admission fees will be cliargcd. Tire clinic begins Friday, at p.m. wilh reg- istrations, film s, discussion and coffee. Hiding nnd inslnic- lion session lake place S and li, from .1 In p.m. (first session) and 7 In n p.m! (session twin under !I.C. Teachers Federation auspices is under way in Cranbrook. Thirly-cigh teachers from the province inlerior are attending, course conductor Dr. Ronald Tinncy of the University Vicloria. His four assistants are Dr. Larry Axmaker, Van- couver school' psychologist. Dr. Peter Newell. University ol Washington, Jlrs. Ellen Baglot, Kimherlcy and Mrs. Jean Chorzempka, Crcslon, all ex- perls in learning disabilities of tire various types. First pail of Ihe [orl night course is Iheory and research in varieties and diagnosis- of specific disability and in the final sessions the 118 teachers will be joined by .18 Cranbrook pupils wilh specific disabilities, accompanied by Ihcir parents if they will desire. Methods of overcoming Ihe specific learning difficult for vu'NK's man HLAIKAIOHtf ifNI1 The annual Knigbls ol c'.'i htmhiis picnic was held at Lees Creek rcccnlly wilh Falh- er Jim Ilagel coiifhieling .1 mass. Bishop OMlyrne of Cal- I'.ary was in allendnnco. 'Hie Hlainnori' Leuion picmi- also held rcronlly and enjoyed a largo croud. I b u s be demonslraled leachers enrolled, who can llten iTlilln willi aiithorily In their omi schools toward showing Ilieir home slaffs hire- In irilh (lie range of Parenls of the M children will be involved in I bo work- shop Ilinl Ihey, loo, can as- boys. When they had retired the leaders enjoyed a session of music and song with Miss Alice Wade as star entertainer. In the morning, cool fishing was the drawing card with an early start for two groups of hikers. Scouts took one route and the Cubs took another. Both relumed together with the boys helping their sore-fooled leaders. More canoeing and swim- ming banished fatigue and all hands tucked in a bounteous turkey supper. Then the rain came and persisted most of the night. This is always a test of a camper's sense of humor and a leader's ingenuity and lead- ership. Was there a man dis- mayed? Not one, at least not for long. Roaring fires, plenty of food and all manner of clotheslines plus indoor activities for the forenoon restored any droop- ing spirits so that lite after- noon program schedule could he resumed. Mrs. Haney and Miss Wartn had Ihe situation well in hand, especially with music and song. Canoeing and innumerable games filled the afternoon anc a grand full-scale cairpfjre made a real camp evening. The last morning saw excit ing canoe races for both Scouts and Cubs showing accumulate skill. So strong was Ihe operation ot Ihe leaders and the boys that Commissioner Foreman declared this the bcsl camp ever. The First Coaldale Pack like- wise found plenty of action al C'amp Impeesa. It was a delight lo see the way 31 Cubs tackled every feature ot tlxir camp program. Akela Keith Jorgen- J.on had ample assistance from leaders .lake. Andres, Walter Isaak, Duncan Uoyd, Dyrk, Jack Twitclicn. Dennis Hans linns. Nor did they lack nourishment with the loving care of the culinary engineers includ- ing Mrs. Dave Dyek, Miss Irene Enns, Sirs. Walter Isaak, Mrs. Duncan Lloyd, Miss Eliza- beth Dyck and Sirs. Jake Au- dres. ft was wonderful lo see walcrfronl chief Ken Holmes give swimming instruction lo a group of lads. The entire Pack had been up Table Mountain. Douglas Kkiba look a bit of a roll but wilh a smile, even if he go! a few stitches out o[ the episode. Supper was a foil cook- out and proved to bo an un- qualified success. It is pleasant to find that Scouts from other districts drop in at Impeesa for a peck. Later Ihesc lads come again and bring tlreir friends. This year hrcc I.ravil Scouls popped in from and Glenwnoil fo hrec-day slay. Srouter Hob llarfiis nnd Ihrre scouls from he Illli Medicine Hat Tump ii.nd a welrnnio visit Tin1 region will he pleased vilh this year's use. of Camp inprcsn. One happy surprise vns lo sco (Ho. filming of a public relations film by >raglaml of Lelhlirlilgc wilh 'is sound technicians. They sist Ihe child parlicipnling in covered Ihe walcrfronf and ail over coming bis or her specific I'nb Villages. We hope you Icarmug dsanilily. all ,scc it! SUPER SAVINGS EVERYDAY AT THRIFTWAY 9 SUPER SAVINGS EVERYDAY THRIFTWAY DRUGS BACK TO SCHOOL TUESDAY FRESH WHITE SLICED BREAD from Colonial Bakery 4 loaves a a a a cJddddddddclU DELUXE ALL IN 1 BINDER SET CONSISTS OF: Open Binder 100 of Refilli 4) 5 Excerciie 5 colored Dividers Reg. 79C PRICE j _. PENS Medium 19e Peni Deluxe Fine 49c Pen VALUE m Special 49c Pkg. 1.49 PRICE Regular OUR PRICE 2 .98 REEVES INSTRUMENT MATH SET 7-Sel Square; 1-Prolroclor Regular OUR PRICE CONSISTS Of; 1-Compasi and Pencil Plaslit Cam DUO-TANG FILE COVERS Pkg. of 6 complete with labels Sugg. List 9Bc OUR PRICE j j LAURENTIAN COLORED PENCILS 12 assf'd. colorj in case. Free 19c V.I.P. Pen OUR PRICE 3-RING VINYL BINDER For looscleof filler and 3 hole punched no I e books. 1" rings. Rerj. 77c Cur Price c B 8W x 11" REFILL SHEETS Ruled F and M. 500 sheets wilh dividers and index labs Reg. 1.99 .49 Tues. and Wed. Special CIGARETTES 4.49 4.39 KING SIZE REGULAR WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES TONI UNCURLY PERMANENT 3-36 Reg. OUR PRICE TONI REGULAR, SUPER AND GENTLE Reg. OUR PRICE 1 CERTS ALL FLAVORS 6. 44' ff c. c E, El G C. Tues. Wed. Specials! REVELS CREAMSICLES FUDGSICLES POP5ICLES 5( each With the Purchase of School Supplies WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES a n a a VITA DIET Multiple Vitamin and Mineral Tablets Bottle of 90-Reg. 3.49 2? 40 bottles for SOFT DRI Regular or Unsconlcd 5.01. cJdcJcJddcJddcJiJ PARDEC LIQUID Special List TSTf NICE N' EASY f C DOS' j.49 HAIR COLOUR by CLAIROL 16 shades lo choose from Sugg, list KLEENEX TISSUES 200x2 ply 5 colours boxes 1 Sugg, list 2-19 CRISCO OIL 38-oz. Regular OUR PRICE 99' ONE SIZE PANTY HOSE 2 99f TIDE XK King Size O Regular .69 KOTEX SPECIAL 1 .69 Open Daily 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. Super Savings Everyday At a.m. lo 9 p.m. f 'Jhriftwcty p.m. lo 4 p.m. L' and 7 p.m to 9 p.m.. "YOUR I.D.A. AND REXALl DRUG STORE" 702 13lh Street Norlli Phone 327-0340 SUPER SAVINGS EVERYDAY AT THRIFTWAY SUPER SAVINGS EVERYDAY ;