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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 IMS IE1HBR1DGE HERAID Thorldoy, Juris B, 1972 Hydro pays grains NATAL (HNS) B.C. Hydro paid a total oE to mu- nicipalities in the southern East Kootenay region in taxes and grants in 1971. The amount consisted ol 488 lo the District Spmvood, to the City of Crnnbrook, to the City of Fernie and 300 to the City of Kimberley. Hydro pays school taxes in most areas on the same basis as any other taxpayer. It is ex- empt from general taxes but makes grants instead to all mu- nicipalities in the regions it serves. In 1971, 118 municipalities shared payments from Hydro totalling nearly ?9.-l million. Father-son banquet SPARWOOD (HNS) 'Hie First Natal Troop Boy Scouts of Sparwood held ils annual fath- er and son banquet recently. Fifty-five fathers and sons at- tended. Guest speaker was Bob Swaney, president of the local United Mine Workers of Am- erica. He spoke on pollution. The evening closed with the group travelling through the East and West Kooleuays by film. FOR SALE BY OWNER 1717 7th Avenue South Phone for Appointment! Days 327-4016 Evenings 328-4785 Bake sale planned BLAIRMOHE (CNP Bureau) The- Blairmore CWL will hold a bake sale and draw in Simp- son Sears mail order office on June 17, All proceeds are ear- marked for the Senior Citizens and Nursing Home complex to be built near the hospital. Reports presented indicated the group had catered to 12 children at a breakfast after the young people's first com- munion. Plans were discussed and Nov. 4 was the date set for the annual fall bazaar. Supervisor named NATAL (HNS) Appoint- ment of Dr. Gordon Hartman as regional supervisor of the Kootenay Region was an- nounced recently by Dr. James Hatter, director of the fish and wildlife branch of 'he depart- ment of recreation and conser- vation. The Kootenay Region has its headquarters in Nelson and h> eludes the following district of- fices: Cranbrook, Nelson, Trail, Nakusp, Golden, Creston, In- vermere, Kimberley and Fer- nie. Dr. Hartman was born at Fraser Lake and attended school at Fraser Lake, Smith- ers and Prince George. He is a graduate of the University of British Columbia and received his doctor's degree in 1964. He served with tlie Fish and Wildlife Branch from 1957 to as a research biologist an for the past three years has been teacliing fisheries biology at the University of Guelph. In liis new position, Dr. Hart- man will be responsible for the protection and management of the fisli and wildlife resources of the Kootenay Region. Honor roll NATAL (HNS) The Easter honor roll listing for the Spar- wood Secondary School re- leased recently by principal H. M. Peebles showed 26 stu- dents placed on the honor roll while 13 students were given honorable mention. Successful sale COLEMAN (CNF Bureau) The Progressive Temple No. 3 of the Pythian Sisters held a successful tea and bake sale May 27. Winner of the annual draw was Mrs. Evelyn Hop- kins of Coleman and of the door prize, Mrs. E. Holstein of Cole- By CA. Weekes AS the song says, "June is busting out all over. "Fur- thermore June, 1972, is here and now. So you poor chaps finishing up your school term must put up a good finish and hit those final exams and show everyone including yourself that you could make good. Good luck to you all! To wind up their year's ac- tivities the Lcthbridge 15th Troop had a campfire and cel- ebration down in Indian Battle Tark. They had plenty to cel- ebrate let me tell you. The Cub Packs from St. Basil's and St. Paul's M'ere there, too. There was a big turnout with S c o u t e r Bostcrs, assistants Ray Hudson and K a r o I Ksiazick on hand not to forget Cub Scouters Flip Herbert, Rick Gordon and their assis- tants Val Elder, Marina Sme- lany, Marcel St. Onge (just came by on duty) and Bruce Chudobiak. Nor was this all, for District Commissioner Dr. Angus and his wife, D. Anderson of CJOC and yours truly were there. The campfire with such top leadership was terrific, the songs, skits and yells plus yams spun as the fire died down. Then came a pause for Trim-size Le Mans: an economical family luxurious personal car or a sporting CIO. Your choice, with a deal that makes its trim-size price look even trimmer. refreshments that was most popular. Here Maurice Ronspies of the group committee and Mrs. ennie Feher with helping! ands served pop, holdogs and offee. Who would ever believe lat boys could eat so much? It is always a pleasure to meet old f r i e n d s in Cubbing nd Scouting. The group com- mittee and the leaders left no tone unturned to make this ampfire a wonderful windup to heir season. Good going, all! It vas great to be there. Thanks, oo, to Brad Poch who was un- ble to be there because of a amily emergency. Congratulations go to Dr. iide and the others who head- ed up the Whoop-Up Camporee nd made it the success it was. Awards were given under the eadings of Competitions and nder overall camping and par- icipation. Some 80 youtlis had wonderful weekend. Gourmet Booking went over BIG. Con- to the Great Falls, lont.. Troop that won honors long with the 15th Letlibridge, or were the llth Lctlibridge he First and Welling troops ar behind. The Coalhurst troop with readers Hank Schuurman and leorge Goldie have gone aqua- .c with their canoe building roject. The Cubs and Scouts are to be really envied for this pportunityto learn about anoeing and Water Safety first and. It appears that this lucky troup is not the only one to oin the Alberta Navy. Fort Macleod's Second Troop lave and have used their Col- irailo River raft to travel on tie Waferton and Oldman livers. Imagine 10 sections ach inflated some three feet hick, 37 feet long and an eager rew under Herbert taazer. District Commissioner Lew Hair was piped aboard for the ast part of the journey. Our thanks to the owners of his craft for the fun they gave heir boys and for giving us an new activity to aim for. Camp Impeesa is going to have a power line out to pro- vide the light when the moon s down or the fireflies quit [lowing. This will he the big project of the Lakeview Lions and oth- er Lions groups around South- em Alberta. It will entail the raising of at least When the Chapel is built It will have lighting too. It is with pleasure that we lear of Scouter Lew Blair be- ng awarded a special award 'or his recent qualification In Human Relations and Personal Guidance. Did anyone find themselves with a large restaurant style range with grill on top, gas op- erable? If so do let the regional know. This is for a Cub Village at Camp Impeesa. Service Scouts are wanted for Camp Impeesa throughout the summer. See the May Scout- look. IVo more points to remem- ber are: (1) Gold Tent Peg de- tails; (2) camp permit needed, preferably three weeks ahead of camp. Again, see your May Sc outlook for application forms and full details. Featured lately Is Senator Hubert Humphrey campaign- ing in California. Did you know that his wife was voted as Best Hamburger Maker for his Pack when he was a Cub Scout- er a few years back? Leaders and boys of Old Country parentage have doubt- less had all the details of the death of the Duke of Windsor. Whenever he was in Alberta, especially Calgary or High River, he always had a warm spot in his heart for Scouts and Scouting. He loved nothing bet- ter than to inspect a Guard of Honor or some such group. Good hunting, all! ADDITION FOR CENTRE Work Is progressing on the addition to the Cojlls Civic Centre with L. R. Vorn- brock and Sons Construction building the 20 by 85-foot extension to the east side of the building. The building is one of the busiest in Coutts, being in use almost every day of the week throughout the year. Plan field trip to Cypress Hills CARMANGAY Maureen Close, senior citizens co-ordina- lor for the Carmangay area for the summer months, says on June 14 and 15 there is a field trip, planned by the Little Bow Community Club, to travel to the Cypress Hills area. It will leave in the early mor- ning of June 14 and be back by early evening of June 15. Motel rooms will he avail- able and the trip should prove to be an enjoyable experience. Shower held ETZIKOM (HNS) A mis- cellaneous shower was held at the home of Pat Joevenazza in Lethbridge recently In honor of Pat Ehnes. Assisting Miss i Ehnes In the opening of gifts were Mary Daub and Joyce Machlajewski. Another shower was held for Miss Ehnes at the home of Mrs. Ruby Misak. Anyone In going must let Maureen Close know by June 9. This is open to anyone in the Champion, Carmangay and Barons areas. They may phone either 643- 3511 or G43-3522. Students visit Calgary points COUTTS (HNS) Students I of the grade four and five class of the Coults School visited Calgary on a lour sponsored by the Glenbow-Alberta Institute. Travelling by special bus to Calgary, the 42 students and six supervisors were billeted at the Scarcee Army Barracks and toured Heritage Park, the Cal- gary Planetarium, St. George'3 Island and a number of other points of interest. A WHOLE NEW THING IN SUMMER FUN WITH LeMans Hardtop Coupe., Some of 1M equipment shown is optional at extra coat.. Don't forget to Track champs are declared at Taber meet TABER (HNS) Grand ag- gregate champions were declared in eight classes at the Taber Central elementary track and field meet. In the girls' division, the 6-7 aggregate title went to Michelo Barcham with 19 points while Laura Pylypow won out in the 8-9 class with 17 points. Keely McKibben took the 10-11 class with 14 points with Ton! Naka- mura tops in the 12-12 class with 13 points. Among the hoys. Robbie Kanamata won the 6-7 class with 13 points while Ronnie Lloyd won out in the 8-9 class t with nine points. John Lothian j took the 10-11 division with [Robert Toth and James Smith tying in the 12-13 class with 16 (points each. Hot since the Invention o! the outboard motor has there been e summer fun happening to equal the Honda min! trail bika craze! Every year more and more people are taking to country trails and over the liDlds with those delightfully safa 60 and 70-co Mini Trail bikes from Honda. Every member of the family will love the way those big, fat knobby tires grip surely In almost any climb like a mountain goall A wonderful way to teach a youngster control and coordination and make him a safer driver, too, Mlni.Trall 250A- Only weighs 112 pounds, wilh fold-down handlebars so you can fake It anywhere, In your car or boat 4-stroke engine like the big bikes, ends smokey molors. CT-70Trail- Fold-down handlebars for easy portability. Tough, 5-hp engine. Front and rear brakes. Automatic clulch. Groovyl [Also see the C-70 Deluxe, slep-lhrough bike, so easy to handle.) CT-90- 7 bhp overhead cam, 4-stroke engine, smoolh brakes, rilggsd go-anywhere suspension wilh 8-speed transmission. Full lighls and safely equipment for cily driving. Scrambler 100 Most versatile Honda of all. A great on-or-offthe road machine, weighs yet has plenty of get-up-and-go. Need a bigger molorcycle? 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