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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta By CA. Weekes One advantage of nil (hose snowy weekends was the liiiild- ing of ingenious methods of in- Rome troops waterproof their mm ami tents. Wait until you see the lilairmorc boys at Impcrsa next summer. you ever feel you were This is not meant to inter- horn years too These door STA (spare time. ;iclivi- fere with the outdoor fun, ski- dooing, shovelling, ditching. anil, of There may even lie a few, elementary and intermediate school grades arc learning atout camping, -subject once the prerogative of pvobably very few, Culis. Scoiils Cubs.' are v.e and Venturers who will do a bit I going to meet the challenge to of study. After all you UO want your Reader's Badge, your Inter- preter's Badge, at least your Weatherman's Badge. Ever try (or your Artist's? our camping skills? Now that you ask us, we could suggest ttiat we get down to being better campers than we have ever How can t li i s be clone? In the first Handicrafts have a wide range I place, we can learn all that the indeed and they do help to school instructors teach us. None of us know so much we cannot learn more. On top of all that, add what your Cub or Troop Scnutcr, Venturer Ad- viser or parents can help yon with. Camping is every Canadian boy'.s heritage. Today families everywhere hit the camping trail with trail or and go tn cabins somewhere, l-Jvcii a tent makes a "home away from home" and master ing the skills of setting up can make you forget the nasty weather. Once there was a Cub who practised up and won his House Orderly's and a vSconl who found on! the essentials of his Cook's liadge. ahead fellows and get these badges, then let mo know! Write C A. Weekes, Cowlcy. Last week, when cxlollecl (lie virtues of some of our chicl ACTION groups we did not say anything about Coulis. Bv all accounts a Church Pa- vas and raile means something to all the young folks of Brownie, Cub, Guide, Scout and Banger levels and (heir leaders. This builds up the foundation for Life anil Religion awards. Good going, Contts! Then, too, Mngrath older lads exploded into action, made money and went touring down ui L'lah. Some 2o hoys had a weekend with hockey and bas- ketball games lo see, a special tour of Sail Lake City, explora- tion of Brigham Young Univer- sity and o 1 li e r worthwhile scenes of interest. Maybe some other groups can get into things like this. You do not have to cross the 49th parallel lo have fun. Thanks for new ideas, Ula- gralh- The newly-revived lilairmore Troop has been hard at work raising funds to purchase ramping equipment. Pots, pans, tents, axes, saws, sleeping bags and a score of things are need- ed, some for the group, some for (lie individual. Red Cross under it is clinic set TADER A Reel Cross blood donors' clinic will be held from to and from to 9 p.m. Wednesday. April 19, in the Taber Community Centre. control blaze FORT MACLEOD (Special) Firefighlcrs recently an- swered a call to the industrial airport. Three trucks and 1-1 men fought Ihe blaze in the M G Manufacturing Company Ltd building for more than an hour before it was brought under control. No one was in Ihe building at the time. A neighborlioot residcnl, .lohn Knox, noticed smoke and alerted the depart ment. The norlh wall of Ihe build Ing was extensively damaged ?'he had spread to Ihe roof Some stock was damaged. The locally-owned industry manufacturers Maverick trail crs. It was the fourth call an sacred hy Ihe firefighters 1972; the first one to report anj damages. Where Scouting know-hoy tanrls out usually is in cleardt ess. efficiency of layout ant ooking. Practice with you; >ack, troop or company i 1 i v D you that quiet self clinnce. Lastly there must he an cff: icricy of organization hut al lust parlicipato and learn b; o doing- This comes from much plan ing, planning menus, progra mi camp hygiene, individua longings, recreation, water ront activities, even camp ires. Things yon do not plan fo isually do not happen. Remember first of. all tha ine must be dressed simpl inti serviceably. Footgear, bee oil, jackets and headgear c matter. Have an eye lo changes in veal her and have a ground- ihect or extra Larp. Have a good menu and plen- y of simple wholesome food. !io to camp with a fixed ob- jective, give everyone a job. Camping in itself takes up a jood deal of the day. Clean whole recreation and campfires bring onL the best in j >oys. the amount of careful super- vision ancE leadership deter- mines the fun. Until you have a clear pic- ure of skills there to draw upon, (ho leader and his sub- ordinates must assume the :ask of basic training in camp- ing skills. :0ne for all and all for one11 leaves no one going home un- happy. Above all remember that the first camp a hoy goes to may set the p a 11 c r n Cor all other camps {o come. After all this "camping school11 wo can plan for spring, summer and winter. Weekend camps are effec- tive, especially if your have rainers who have time and can instruct. A permanent camp is excel- lent hut standards of camping have to be high. Your camp lo- cation must hold a challenge. Camporces anrl Jamborettes do a lot of the instructing by competition end exchange of ideas. We hope lo have word of the regional first aid competitions and how they came out. Scoulcr Ernie Holberton probably had a hard lime to determine the winners. Those who competed wil' have found out what fun one can have, not Lo overlook what a modular housiug plant. Good hunting, all! _ Fridoy, April 7, 197} lilt IHHORIDGI HERALD 3 Drug seminar pril 17 BLAIUMOKK 1.7.i [or adults, ccnSs for' children 6 lo i: years and The CCW will cater lo tho i cents for children under six. ELEGANT CARRIAGES Donald C. Remington of Cardslon loves this old road coach, thn kind people used lo ride in before the automobile came along to pollute )he oir and glut fhe highways. Mr. Remington loves these elegant carriages so much, in fact, he Hull Pliofo collected about 25 of them. Two of his coaches cue in- sured for eocli. Ho gets Ihein from coslern Canada because very few came west. "Peopli; cam? out here in wagons, settled end before long tho cars caina in out here and we missed the he says. Bunny Bon spiel j BLAIKMOHE (CN'P HnreanV ell of Spanvoml and Anne lira- The Bena Vanoni rink of per of Blairmoro. Blairmore and (j. Maffkili rink, "B" event winners were Sid of Fcrnic. B.C.. look top prizes Wiwchar of Sparwood, A. Mu- COALDALK Tile Barons F.m-cka Health Unil is sponsor ing the following infant and pre-s.chool clinics: HAYS: Tuesday, April II, in the school from 1 to 3 p.m. I'lCTUKF, BUTTE: Tucsdax April 11. in the Picture Butte High School from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. TABEK: Tuesday, April 11 n the Health Unit Offcc in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. lo 12 noon and to 4 p.m. NOBLEFOitD: Wednesday, 12. in the school from 30 to VAUX1IALL: Wednesday, April 12, in Ihe elementary school from 10 a.m. lo 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. COALDALE: Thursday, April 13. in the Health Unit Office upstairs in the Town Office Building) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TA1IEK: Thursday, April 13 in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. Fluoride tablets are available at all clinics free of charge. For social service appoint mcnts telephone: Caoldale 335 33118; and Taber 223-3911. Dr. G. R. C. Palmer, medica officer of health, urges parent to ensure their children arc fully protected against conUig ious disease and tooth decay Young people should also I) warned smoking contributes to lung cancer and heart disease. Put Moore color in your life. f f Looking for colorful inspiration? Look for the Benjamin Moore Paint dealer sign. See our Ones' colors. Lilac Pizzazz, Crazy Coral, to mention a few. We even have a "Terrific Tiger" for dens. j in women's and men's ovcnls in NIC recent annual Kaster Dunny Bonspicl. A lolal nf men's 32 women's rinks took part. of the "B'! event wore the Donna Cooke rink of Coloman, L. Kabatoff rnkami nT Calpfivy, .lobn Ka- palka of Coloman HIK! Pparky BtibmRV; of Blnirmore. "C" event were won hy the Leiny Lucentc rink nf Calgary, Frank Mitchell rink of Calpary and A. Ancclol rink of Sparwood, Alex Kovadk rink of rink of Calrrary, Vic Snuiniotto rink of Blairmore and B. John- event winners were Jan boil rink of Cowley. j Horejsi of C'alpary. Robert 'C" event winners included Yanonl of Ulairmorc, Georgn V. Passmorc of IMcture Untie, Jenkins of C'oleman and J. M. Mnir of Calgary, M. Milch- I kins of Calgary. Course lor Mr. and Mrs. (CM1 nurraul 1 will offer the leadership for va- Preventive Social Service sessions. Mil offer a seven-week course win bc8'" 16 anrt run on "married life" lo be held in [he Crowsnest Pass Clinic Sun- every Sunday, concluding May day from 3 to 4 p.m. Sessions vill include "explor- ing your differences, making II will be open lo married to T" people who would like to parenthood. .1 pace lo neh their married relation- i f I It is also for engaged cou- I pies. lET'S HOPE WE DON'T SEE THIS AGAIN "if winter comes, can spring be far Well winter came and now spring is hope. As reccnily as 1wo weeks ago U looked like winter would never go away. Thai's when ihis picture of storm clouds over Cormangay was made. registration foe of S.) Is bc- f: ciiarged. Inleresleil per- may register by telepiion- their names to Ilic Tlio course will make use of 1 live social service office at 562- resource people. They S. P. Johnson Pholo Leu Zoetemcm talks his nay Lo FOTIT MACLEOD (Special) The United Nation's trip to New York, sponsored by the Rcbekali and Oddfellow lodges, the result of a speech com- petition. Fort Macleod students T.en Zoeteman and Wanda K oo p spoke recently, the form-1 er winninfj. i Mr. Zoeteman then went on i to tlic competition and! was successful. He will spend a monlh ot) the trip. Hn is expected to leave Fort Macleod about July 3. The bus sinrt out in Spo- kane, Wash., and pick up win- ners from Tiritisb Columbia and Alheila points. Thirty-five wil! go from the west area. Kncli week throughout the summer there arc between 150 proceedings nt the UN. TOWN of CARDSTON GARBAGE COLLECTION BIDS The Town of Cardston will aceeph bids for lha purchase of ihc Town Garbage equipment, and for the collection of the Town's garbage. Bids to be In the hands of the Municipal Secre- tary, K. D. Bevahs by Jhe Ifith day of April, 1972. Taber Kiwanis dig deep for apples TABKIl (UN'S) Taber Ki- Club's annual apple cam- paign will take place April 17, 18 and says chit) president Gordon Sehnell. Tho fruits being solrl he Pommes dc lerre (apples of Ihe grounds. Potatoes are a major crop in this district. Potato magnate 10. (Butch) O'Donnell is chairman of sales. Teams of eanvassers will make a house to house subscription lour. Kiwanians have been active Sid Bcnl resigns post FOHT MACLKOl.l (Special Sk! Bent, secretary-treasurer for the Town of Fort Macleod has resigned. His tenure with Ihe town end- ed March 29. lie has hecn here since with tlic exception of one year's leave. Jvfr. Bcnl has accepted em- ployment at Calgary. Town office FORT MACI.F.OD (Special) The old court house here, vacated after serving the judi- cial district of Fort Macleod for 63 years, has hecn officially brt vcaiS. IMS llcull on other fronts, the men's oho-1 designated as Ihe home of tho rus director! by Bruce Millikcn j office having sung for I he residents of Kec your Benjamin Moore T'aiiil Dealer and gel Moore lor your money. During the recent five day minor hockey (ournament, chili members co-operated with (he Lions club in manning Uie pop- corn anrl concession booths. Recently three members of Ihe Lions' rluh, parents of ex- receive thorough hmisr-clraninjr. Tt include some piaster repairing and painting. Mrs. Barbara Mctgc is acting accrctarj'- treasurer. She is as- sisted hy TUiss Brcnria Moore and .Tim The movo from Ihe present change slnrlcnl.s, motored to Fort, Bcnlon, Mont., tn lake Tabor students involved in the town nffire on Main St. to the Kiwanis Club's, student ex- j St. building is expected lo change program, take one riay, Home of fine Brazier BICYCLE BUILT-for-TWO To bo given nwoy absolutely Free bo to como in and enter your name for Ihe Draw! STORE ONLY 516 nih SI. N- Phono 377-4855 VISIT US THIS FOR FUN GALQRfc Al NORTH DAIRY QUEEN 5TUREI ;