Rogalsky - Gerry
Jamboree for aw! Selects 36 Scouts HOMF.DALE- TMr.ly.slx Boy Scouts In the Ore-Ida Council have been selected to attend the 13th World Jamboree to be in Japan, following Interviews with the Jamboree Committee. Applications are still being accepted accepted for a few more alter, nates, according to a Jamboree committeeman, More than 20.000 Scouts, Ex. plorers an'l leaders from 139 foreign countries are expectec! to gather in Japan from August 2-10, 1971. It will be the biggest gathering of Scouting's inter. national brotherhood since the 12th World Jamboree in Idaho in 1967. Previous Jamborees have been held in Greece, Philippines, Philippines, England, Canada, Austria, France, Netherlands, Hungary, England, Denmark with the first Jamboree heldinEnglandin 1920 with 5,000 scouts allending. The complete itinerary will covered in 20 days with the eight days being allowed (or jamboree touring o! Japan. Four troop leaders who have been selected to represent the Boy Scouts of America in Idaho, Oregon and Nevada are, George Hirai of Xyssa, Ore.; Eugene Palmer of Ontario, Ore.; Wes Kluchohn of Boise, and George Kubosumi of llomedale. Scowls planning to attend the Jamboree are Cliad Nielsen, Parma; Ellis Mar low, Kevin Kearbey, Jolm Schroeder, Vale; Kirk Savage, Brian Kirai,Danny Js'ichols, Henry Morrow, Lynn Hirai anclKennethSchilling.Nys- sa; Patrick Jacobs, Grad Ken. nington, and Victor Ross, OR. iario; Gerry Rogalsky, Tom Barber, Perry Cochell, RO'J Sweu- son, Jed Pritchelt, ScottDlaser, Ker.t Quickstad, and Edward Wirin, Boise; Bruce Levi, Dan Cowman, and William Shannon, Nampa; Kirk Chandler, Weiser; Oscar Pike ami Bruce Bybee, Grand View; Kenyon Millet and Golden Millet, Bruneau; Chris lensen, Stephen McConnel and Timoth McConnel, Emmett; Monte Fujishin and Gary Godlevsky. Homedale, and Kev. en Hart and Jerry Smith, Caldwell.