Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on July 1, 1967 · Page 9
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r SCOUTS PREPARE FOR OUTIHCS Idaho Free Press, Sihirday, July 1,1967-S Camp Rice Opening Set July 9 NAMPA - Camp Billy Rice at Warm Lake, Idaho, will open Sunday, July 9, for the first Boy Scout troops to camp for the summer from the Ore-Ida Boy Scout Council. Camp Tutoideka will open Sunday, July 16. Features of both Camp Billy Rice and Camp Tukudeka will be the waterfront activities in» eluding swimming, boating, sail boating, canoeing, lifesavinj and the mile swim, In the scoulcraft activities areas there will be opporhmifies to receive Instruction and demonstrations and participation In the rope-yard, compass course, mapping, cooking, nature, conservation, Second and First Class requirements, and dozens of outdoor merit badges. For flelit'sports, Scouts will enjoy themselves and receive excellent instruction in marksmanship, archery, mo-skeet, or. ientation, fishing fly-casting and bait-casting. Many camp-wids activities will include campfires, wafer earn!- val, Olympic contest, cookouts and many more campcraft and Scoutcraft events. Boy Scout troops under their own adult leadership will pta and carry out their own programs each week with the guidance of the camp's central staff. Camp Billy Rice will be operated for six weeks and Camp Tukudeka will be operated for three weeks. The 50-mile'expeditions will also use Camp Billy Rice and Camp Tukudeka for their base camp for their week-long trek into the wilderness. Campsites are developed so that the Boy Scouts of their p*- trol and troop can plan and conduct their own program for much of the week. Many Improvements have been made at both camps, including new campsites on the waterfront, rifle range, and activity areas.. ?HONE 466-1891 or 459-4664 to place your classified ad. If s fast, easy economical. NEW EXCHANGE CLUB officers installed at ceremonies Thursday are, from left: front row -- Gene Richey, vice president; Harold Danner, president; Seichi Hayashida, director. Back row -- ton Davis, Wayne Crow and Clarence Bruck, Business Briefs Young Due To Speak In Berkeley NAMPA - R. Baker Young, Nampa Realtor, will be a featured speaker next weekend at the West Coast Summer Exchange Conference in Berkeley, Calif. Young, whospeclalizeslnfarro and ranch properties, holds the distinction of being Idaho's first accredited farm broker. He is a former staff member of the Harvard University School of . Business and of Farm Journal magazine. He writes a column that appears in Ifie Washington Real Estate News. Officials Return NAMPA -- Two Grange Mutual Life · Company executives re- turned'recently from business' trips to the state of \Yasliington. Henry Roberts, company president, attended the centennial convention of the Washington State Grange, held in Centralia. He presented awards to the state's outstanding young Grangers. Roberts was accompanied on the trip by his wife, Adda. Miss Betty Snyder, executive vice president, attended the annual convention of the Administrative Management Society held in Seattle. The society acts as a clearing houseforprofessional management information usedby administrative e x e c u t i v e s throughout the United States and abroad. Wins Fishing Trip NAMPA- Larry Parks, radio and TV repairman for Blacker Appliance and Furniture, was grand prize \vinner this \ve=k ri an all-expense paid fishing vacation to Coos Bay, Ore. The deep-sea fishing trip was given by A-Gem Supply Company, Caldwell electronic wholesaler, Three Forfeit Bonds in Court NAMPA -- Nampa Municipal Court records today showed the following persons forfeiting bonds on traffic charges: James C. Hunt, 1607 Amity, Nampa, speeding, $25; Art F. Bull, 1103 Lincoln, Nampa, stop sign violation, $15; Nina J. Colton, N'ampa Route 1, failure to yield right of way, $30. Motorist Fined NAMPA -- EdnaB.Hartgrave, 212 10th Ave. N., Nampa, was fined $25 and $5 court costs,$10 suspended, in Municipal Court Friday for failure to yield right of way, records show. Losses Told CAIRO (I'PO-Egypt's most influential editor today said his nation suffered almost 5,000 men killed in Ihe Arab-Israeli war and warned there may be more bloodshed. Editor Mohamed Hassanein Helkal of the newspaper Al Ahram, a confidant of U.A.R. President Gamal Abdel Nasser, said, "nearly 5,000 fell while courageously lighting-V CLASSIFIEDS GET RESULTS NAMPA DRY GLEANERS "Wlme Quality ii Firil" Acnx» (rum Pott Otfk« HtwM 466-0711 Poets' Corner THE LONE TRAH, I hear the call of the lone trail, I have heeded it many times, When I follow i t ! never fail To write my most amazing rhymes! For it's while on the lonely sod I'm close to nature it's true, And hence am close to a loving God, Then my thoughts race back to you. Whether I'm on the burning desert sand; Where giant cacti hands reach high -God spreads the desert with color grand And makes the winds sigh and cry. It matters not I take the lone trail My aching heart will never cease To miss you every day without fail My loneliness will ever increase.. I see your face in a floating cloud -Wind-swept across the sky -Again In the sand wten my head is bowed Your inimitable charm.will never diel' : ""·" · ' · · Wanda W. Thornock COS 19th Ave, No., Nampa THE WAY OF LIFE There is silence in the forest, Birds ar? nesting overhead, High above an eagle soars Great wings outspread. Snapping twigs! The silence broken! Birds give a warning cry -A mother bear with chubby cubs Slowly ambles by. Birds resume their nestirg Unmindful of passing time; Only a birth or a death Can denote the hour -- the time. Jennie A. Jensen Wilder Route 1 directors; Richard Stoops, secretary; and Dr. Walter Cameron, past-president, director and district director. Not shown are holdover directors Dr. Melvin Bowman and Bob Bull. (FREE PRESS PHOTO) Exchange Installs Danner NAMPA -- Harold Danner took over the reins of Ihe Nampa Exchange Club this week when he was installed in the club presidency, succeeding Dr. Walter Cameron. The ceremony took place during a dinner meeting at Paul's Pizza. Wives of members were guests. Assuming the position of vice- president was Gene Riehey with Richard Stoops becoming club secretary. New directors installed were Lon Davis, Wayne Crow, Clarence Bruck and Sel- chi Hayashida. Dr. Cameron will serve automatically as director for one year with Dr. Melvin Bowman and Bob Bull rounding out the club's board of control as holdover directors. Glen Reed, a',past president, was installing officer. Named as "outstanding Ex- chahgite of the year" was retiring secretary Seichi Hayashida who was presented with an engraved plaque by selection committee chairman Lon Davis. Speaker was Miss Louise Shadduck, Boise, secretary of Commerce and Development for Idaho, whose topic concerned the work of her department in publicizing Idaho and in making preparations for the Boy Scout World Jamboree at Farragut State Park this summer. Dr. Cameron, now Exchange district director, was master of ceremonies. Bob Bull was general chairman. IS YOUR GAR READY FOR THE ROAD? SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS! TRY US.' CLOSEOUT TIRE WE ARE STILL CLOSING OUT OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF FLYING "A" TIRES AT SAVINGS UP TO ... 60% \ FOR- · FORDS · CHEVS · PLYMOUTHS YALE PARK Now in our new location at 10th Ave. So. and 2nd St. So. ARNOLD MUNSTER, MGR. Phone 466-2141 SERVICE Never a Penny Lost! There can be no greater INSURED safety for your money ANYWHERE. It Pays You More to Deposit and KEEP Your Money Where it Will do Most To Keep YOU! Of course, Provident Poys 5% on Time Certificates, Too. So EASY 1o do! 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