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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thtmday, July 27, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD CAMP IMPEESA Recenlly about 200 girls from the Cardslon area enjoyed camping Camp Impeesa on Beaver Mines Lake at Ihe Foot of Table Mountain. Watched over by officers of Ihe Crowsnesf Pass Forest Reserve, visitors are welcome. Cubs and Scouts find Ihe place much to their liking as ihey canoe, above. -C. A. Weekes Photos Raymond Babbs greets outdoorsmen at Impeesa C. A. WKRKKS Uprald News Service CAMP IMPEESA Heigh- ho for the life at Camp Im- peesa As of old we headed south- west of Cowlcy over the hills to Beaver Mines and on to Castle River Ranger Station, then in on the road to Beaver Mines Recreation Area besides a beautiful lake now much in the news. This is Beaver Mines Lake nestling at the foot of Table Mountain. On one side of the lake is Camp Impeesa looking across to the dam that forms a causeway lo get to the public area. Fishing, boating and swimming are very much in evidence. Along the shores are beauti- ful woods. In summer here arc all the elements that make up a great deal of our Canadian heritage. Deeper in the woods are two Cub Villages each capable of holding an entire Wolf Cub Pack. Each has a large com- fortable lodge with cooking, eating and wash-up facilities, not to forget private quarters for the cooks. Nestled close around are small comfortable floored cab- ins, eacli large enough to hold from six to 10 Cubs. The lower lodge is Tilliciim. Ihe upper Skookum. A winding tree bordered road leads up from the lake past the Water- front Cabin, the parking area for extra vehicles and the cen- tral flagpole. Just out of the sight behind the Lions' Braiding is the Camp Administrator's hideaway, pri- vate, of course, for staff only. The Service Scouts helping run the camp are quartered in the Lions' building. This summer the administra- tor is Raymond Babbs of War- ner, an oldtimer knows how to settle any or all Uie campers in their cosy sites. He is up early getting the water satellite tanks full and safely gathering any overnight garbage out of the way to foil invasion by flies or hears. SINCE JUNE He has been in camp since early June making sure camp fees are gathered and all camp regulations are obeyed regard- ing damaging trees and unsafe campfires. When waterh'nes break, a re- frigerator breaks down or pro- pane supplies fail, he and his Service Scouts get on the job, At present Leonard Gundlock of Warner Is on the job as is Neil Hewitt of Edmonton but formerly of Pincher Creek. Once in a while the three get a chance lo cook a meal, once in awhile they get invilcd oh happy day! Down below the Waterfront Cabin at the water's edge are Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Residenl Rep., Blnirmore Phone 562-2149 COUNTRY NEWS These Are The letlibridge Herald Correspondents in Your Area .....P.O. Box J48 General Delivery CLARESHOtM PAUL ANDERSEN.......... COUTTS MRS. ALICE HACKE COALDALE MRS. PETER TYMBURSKI..................Box 1005 ENCHANT MRS MARGARET DORCHAK PO Box 1652 BARONS MRS. JUNE COWIE P.O. Box 231 CROWSNEST PASS VERN DECOUX General Delivery Contact Ihoso pccplo for your District or Classified Advertising ttie canoes and rowboats pulled un on the shore in neat array. This year's waterfront director is Jim Van Wyck of Fort Ma- clcod. Here is a busy man from, dawn to dark even with a Ser- vice Scout to help at times. Each incoming group is fitted into a pretty tight schedule ac- cording to its size. Safety pa- trol is usually handled by the individual group Scouters. Fish- ing is the popular activity along with leaders and many a Scout or Cub. Scouts camp near a Cub Village as most groups have Cubs and Scouts at Impessa at the same lime. A few outside groups are able to avail themselves of the fa- cilities as there is ample room. Recreation courses are put on by such leaders as Buck Gel- dert of Coaldale. Recently some 200 girls from the Cardston area enjoyed the camping. As the youth move in the moose and deer move back to remolc comers Who uses the camp? Pincher Creek, Fort Macleod, Taber, Coaldale, Cardston. Wrentham and several Lethbridge groups have been in with Blairmore and more Lethhridge packs or Scout troops to come. Scouts need no previous reg- istration as they pick out a sheltered sile, move in and make it amazingly snug and shipshape. Setting up their canvas and fireplaces cooking iheir own meals and supplementing their equipment with an unending variety ol gadgets helps to fill ANY day even with daylight saving time. COALDALE The Barons- Eureka Health Unit is sponsor- ing the following infant and pre- school clinics: COAL11URST Tuesday, Au- gust 1, in the Royal Canadian Legion Hall, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. TABER Tuesday. August 1, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. 0 BARNWELL Wednesday, August 2, in the school, from 1 to 3 p.m. IRON SPRINGS Wednes- day, August 2, in the school, from to p.m. COALDALE Thursday, Au- gust 3, in the Health Unit Office (upstairs in the Town Office Building) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABER Thursday, August 3. in the Health Unit Olfiec in the Administration Building from 10 a.m. lo 12 noon anc to 4 p.m. GRASSY LAKE Friday, August 4, in the Chamberlain School from 1 to 3 p rn. Parents are reminded that boosters are required for chil- dren starting Grade 1 in the fall. For social service appoint- ments telephone: Coaldale 345- 33BB; or Taber 223-3911. Dr. G. R. C. Palmer, medical officer of health, urges parents to ensure their children are fully protected against conta- gious disease and tooth decay. Inlormation is readily available on venereal disease, a mount- ing health problem, and is con- fidential. Mrs. Deimuth attends parley TURIN (HNS) Mrs. Law- rence (Pat) Deimulh, past hon- ored royal lady, is attending the Dominion convention of the grand lodge of the BPO Elks, and the supreme lodge of the Order of the Royal Purple at Calgary this week. She will be officially installed as district deputy for district number 10. This includes lodges of Lethbridge, Milk River, War- ner. Fort Macleod, Granum, Vulcan, Taber and Barons. Sees uncles WARNER (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hockings and fam- ily of Regina, Sask., spent the past weekend his un- cles, the Lieljell families, on (heir way to the Okanagan, B.C., and Edmonton. PHOTO FINISHING PHOTO FINISHING PHOTO FINISHING FOCUS POINTS "IT'S TIME FOR YOU" TO GET IN ON A CHANCE OF A. LIFETIME THE TAPE RECORDER CLEARANCE SALE CHOOSE FROM CASSETTES OR REEL TO REEL OFF OUR REGULAR PRICE Save As Much As 66 Dalian By Purchasing One Of Them Name Brandt BELL ft HOWELL AIWA TOSHIBA HITACHI Popular Selection of Photographic Magazine! Easy Parking, Open Thuri. Till 9 p.m. A Protossing n Jerry 1224 3rd Avc. S., 327-2673, 327-2565 PHOTO FINISHING PHOTO FINISHING PHOTO FINISHING X; Roundup of District News '-..A'.. _ .r Store charged TAEER (HNS) Tabcr five cents to SI slore will appear in provincial judge's court here Friday at JO a.m. on a charge of continuing to do business after C p.m. closing time as re- quired by the town's amended bylaw. A similar charge two months ago against the same firm was dismissed by provincial Judge A. IT. Elford because the then bylaw was not specific in its requirements for closing ot specified businesses. Strawberry tea WARNER (HNS) The War- ner Jolly Janes Girls Club held the achievement day as a strawberry tea. Public speaking winners were: Debbie Nilsson, Noreen Heppler, Pamela Heppler and Laura Pittman. W.f. president Miss Pauline Troidl presented a three-year spoon to Kelly Selk and six- year spoons to Laura Pittman, Debbie Nilsson, Pamela Hep- pier and Valerie Biggers. The trip to the Olds conven- tion was won by Laura Pilt- man, Debbie Nilsson, Kelly Selk and Valeric Biggers. Tops meet STIRLING (HNS) Miss Lam Hirsche won first in breast-stroke and backstroke events at a recent swim meet at Raymond. She also won a second in the butterfly stroke and the free- style. She will not be entering these events in the summer games, however, as she is en- tering track events. Camp at park MfLK RIVER (HNS) Re- cent campers at Wriling-on Stone Provincial Park were Mr. and Mrs. Don King and sons Handy and Charles of High River. They spent considerable time in this area about 10 years ago when Mr. King was recording for the Glenbow Foundation. He listed all the local Indian petroglyphs. With him was artist Selwyn Dewdncy o[ Ontario. Alva Bair acted as their guide. Mr. King is news editor of the High River Times. He and his family expressed the opinion that of all places they have seen in Alberta the Milk River area is the most fascinating. To compete STIRLING (HNS) Stirling athletes representing the Coun- ty of Warner at the coming Summer Games are: Shelley Oxley, breast stroke, butterfly and freestyle relay. Ward Hicken, free style swim, breast stroke, medley relay, and free-style relay. Debbie Kupecz, free-style; Rhonda Ilicken, breast stroke, back-stroke, and diving; De- anne Steed, back-stroke. Jody Spackman, backstroke, freestyle, medley relay, free- style relay Randy Oxley, butterfly; Doug Pengilly, individual medley; Wendy Spackman, breast, free- style relay and the medley re lay. Bruce Metzger diving. Tennis, Dick and Ken Quon. Doubles, Dick Quon and Holt j Zaugg. Track and field: Lani Hir- sche, Caroling Dowry, Patty Oxley, and Perry Lynn Lcv- enne. Bantam women 100 metre and high jump, Lani Hirschi: Bantam women 200 metre, Car- oline Drewry. Midget women high jump, Hosline Secora. Juvenile women long and high jump. Sandy Hirsche. Midget men's, Marty Hir- sche, high jump; Tim Hill, triple jump. Dale Nelson and Marly HLr- sche, shot-put. Nelson, discus. Close lane PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) At the recent meeting of town council, the administrator was authorized to proceed with ar- rangements to have the lane between Bill's Welding nd the Osberg property closed for the purpose of sub-dividing the properties. Councillor Howard Branch presented an Emergency Mea- sures Organization work chart regarding the local area. Tie chart showed the responsibili- ties of people involved with EMO. Copies will soon be avail- able and distributee! to persons involved. The town will purchase 200 feet of Uz-inch hose for the town fire truck. Monday, Aug. 7 is a civic holiday. Family reunion WARNER (HNS) Sir. and Mrs. Clarence Woilte, Mr. ami Mrs, Melvin Woiile and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Thomas, Linda and Keith, Mr. and Mrs. Jake LicbeK. all of Warner; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Woiile, Lelhbridge; Mr. and Mrs. Or- vin Woittc, Kelowna, B.C.; Mr. and Mrs. Ron Gaelz, York- ton, Sask.; Mr. and Mrs. George Gaetz, Mr. and Mrs. Don Woitte, Red Deer; and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Crawford of Red Deer all attended a lam- ily reunion at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Gaetz of Red Deer, on the occasion of their 40th wedding anniversary. More than J50 guests signed the guest book on the afternoon and evening of June 30. Mr. and Mi's. Clarence Woitte travelled on to the Okanagan, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Woilte visited in Calgary; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Thomas went on to Banff; Mr. and Mrs. Jake Liebelt went to Edmonton, Seba Beach, and home by way of Jasper and Fairmont, B.C. Good rains MILK RIVER (HNS) Milk River and districts surrounding have received excellent rain- fall, in some cases exceeding I'.z inches. In direct contrast with last summer when the area exper- ienced 2G consecutive days of high temperatures and no pre- cipitation, this year has found July bringing mostly cloudy and cool weather. Discuss residence PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) At the recent meeting of the Picture Butte Municipal Hospi-' tal board, discussion took place on (he use of the nurses' res- idence. A committee of Mrs. Beltv Juris and Ben Nyhof will make a study and report back at thi next meeting. The whirlpool bath has been ordered and a letter of thanks haf been sent Lo the donor, the Picture Butle Lions. The ladies' auxiliary has do- nated a 12-inch T.V. to be used by the patients in the hospital In the director of nurses' re- port it was noted there werft Ml treatments given in physio- Ihprapy last month. Occupancy (or the same period was 65.6 I per cent. I Board chairman Syd. John- son gave a report of the region- al hospital conference held at Medicine Hat. Learn io swim STIRLING (HNS) Swim- ming examinations were con- ducted recently at the Slriling pool. Instructors were Valerie Ilir- sche and Barbara Nilsson. They and Gordon Fengilly were examiners. Results: Pre-heginner, 22 en- rolled. 20 examined and nine j passed; beginner. 13 enrolled, 16 examined and 12 passed; junior, six enrolled three ex- amined and tv.'o passed; inter- mediate, six enrolled, four ex- amined and lour passed; sur- vival, eight enrolled, eight ex- amined and eight passed. Enrolment is now being made for the second session. To S. Dakota WARNER (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Victor Heppler and Pam and Kevin have been called to South Dakota due to the illness of Mrs. Heppler's father. CHIEF MOUNTAIN. SOD LANDSCAPING VINYL COVERED CHAIN WIRE FENCE .For Mora Informotion Contact D. CRAIG PORTER telhbridge _ Ph. 328.0924 Gettogethe with the cool bright taste ofOIdMenna It'sthehappy lazybgerbeer 0'KLr.FL BREWING COMPANY UMITCB., LAGER BEER Oy OKeefe ;