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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 By CA. Weekes One advantage of all those snowy weekends was Ihc build- ing of ingenious methods of in- door STA (spare time, ,'jdivi- This is not meant lo inter- fere with Ihc outdoor fun, dooirig, travelling and, of There may even bo n few. Some troops waterproof their "Mil lai-ps and tents. Wail until you see the BLairmorc boys at impci'sn next summer. you ever feel you were lirn-ii years Loo soon? These day.1; Ihe very elementary and intermediate school grades arc learning altout c a m p i n n. a .subject once tlie prerogative of D probably very few, Cults. ScouUs jSi-niiLs nnri Cubs. Ilnw are we and Vc-nUiiTL-s wlin will do a bit poing lo meet tlic challenge of study. After all you LJO your Render's Radge, your Inter- preter's Badge, at least your Weatherman's Badge, Ever try for your AitiM's? our camping skills? Now that you ask us, we could supficfit that we get down to being hcUcr campers Itian Vie have ever How can this be done? In tlic first Handicrafts have wide range I place, we learn all thai the indeed and they do hplp to make you for [jet the nasty weather. Once there was a Cut) who practised, up and won his House Orderly's and a Seoul who found out the essentials of bis with. Cook's liatlgc. ahead fellows and get these badges, then lei mo know! Write C A. Wcekes, Cowlcy. Last week, when we cxlottert the virtues of pome of our chief ACTION proups we did not say anything about CouUs. By all accounts n fluirc-li I'n- ratla means something lo nil the young folks of Brownie, Cub, Guide, Scout and Ranger levels and (heir leaders. This builds up the foundation for Jjfp, and II c 1 i (J i n n awards. Good going, Cnulls! Then, loo, older lads exploded into action, made money and louring down in L'lah, Sonic 2.'i hoys Kid ft weekend hockey and bas- ketball games lo see, a special tour of Salt Lake City, explora- tion of nrigham Young Univer- sity and other 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 row ideas, Ma- gralli- The newly-revived Hlnirmorc Troop has been hard at work raising funds to purchase ramping equipment.. Pots, pans tents, axes, saws, sleeping bags and a score of are need- ed, sonic for the group, some lor Ihc individua school instructors teach None of us know so much we cannot learn more. On tup of all thai, add your Cub or Troop KcnulCT, Venturer viser or parents cnn help you is every Canadian Red Cross clinic set TADliR A Kcd Gross blood donors' clinic will be held from to anri from lo 9 p.m. Wednesday, April 19, Ihe Taber Community Centre, Fircfighlerjs control blaze FORT MACLEOD (Special Firefighters recently an fiwercd a call to (he induslria airport. Three trucks and M rnci fought the blaze in (he M Manufacturing Company Llri building for more than an hou before iL was brought undc control. No one was iti the Iniildin al the time. A ncighborlxxx resident, John Knox, notice smoke and alerted Ihe dcpari mcnl, The norlh ivall of Hie buik Ing was extensively damagd Fire had spread to the roo Some slock was damaged. The locally-owned imhistr mainifaclnrcLS Maverick trai crs. It was the (ourlb call an- swered by Mir firefighters in IP72; the (irst one to report any riam ages. boy's heritage. Today families even-where hit the camping trail luth trail- er and go tn cabins somewhere. I'Jvcn a tent makes a "home from home" and master- ing Iho. sV.ills of setting up can- vas and living under iL is orlhwhilr. Where Scouting know-how ands out usually is in clcanlt- css, efficiency of layout and ooking- Practice with your ick, troop nr company will i v c you that quiet scll- elirmcc. Lastly there must he an cffi- cncy of organization but all participate and learn by o doing. This comes from much plan- ing, planning menus, program nrl camp hygiene, individual e longings, recreation, water- ont activities, even camp- res. Things you do not plan for sually do not happen. Remember first of all that ne must be dressed simply nd serviceably. Footgear, bed- oil, jackets and headgear do matter. Have an eye lo changes in and have a. ground- hecL or extra Larp. Have a pood menu and plen- v of simple wholesome food. Go to camp with n fixed ob- cctive, give everyone a job. Camping in itself lakes up a good deal of the day. Clean v h o I e some recreation and :ampfires bring out the best in >oys. The amount of careful super- -ision and leadership deter- mines the fun. Until you have a clear pic- ure of skills there to draw upon, IIio leader and his sub- irdinatcs must assume the nsk of basic training in camp- ,ng skills. "One for all and all for one11 leaves no one going home un- happy. Above all remember (hat the irst, camp a hoy goes to may set the p a L t c r n (or all other camps to come. After all this "camping school11 we can plan for spring, summer and winter. Weekend camps are effec- tive, especially if your have trainers who have lime and can instruct. A permanent camp is excel- lent but standards of camping have to be high. Your camp lo- cation must hold a challenge. Camporeos and Jamborettes do a lot of the instructing by competition end exchange of ideas. We hope to have word of the regional (irst aid competitions and how they came out. Scoutcr r.rnic Ilolberlon probably had a hard litnc lo determine the winners. Those who competed wil have found out what fun ont can have, not to overlook whal a modular housing plant. Good hunting, all! idoy, April 7, J972 IHE IETMDRIDGE 3 IJLAIUMOEiK 'CXI' Hmeaui A drug somiiKir for paroms and adults, .sponsored hy 1'rc- Social Servic'c. will be held in the amphitheatre of the s High School Moiuby, April ;U p.m. A flaFsificaUfjn of the various I and comments on Ihe ;will he proMT.tcfi by Orlcctue .Scrpeaul Frank Ualhgatc of lha Lcllibridce police druu sqkiad. Tlie film, LSI) will be shown, April 17 I1] of, Timy MilUr o! Ihc Me-pii'linenl of rif dis- cus motivation IIM- rtnit: us? Eii'l of the nltrrnntivcs lo thopo wltn A pcviotl [yUow tlie keys' pvesen tat ions jin'l cppnrlurity for more itifor- iViU cr ,1 coffee will coinj-lclc tl'.e event, The Knights of Cohimlnis St. ,In-Tph the Worker council i provide Ihc rehcshinenls. 67ih scl f'OUlMAN' iOM> Burcuul fi. Paul's United Cliurch Mill mark ils FTih anniversary at an annual supper In lie held in iho church flub at (i p.m. SoUirrlny, April Rev. Albert Hnllvn dal-j Ijiirrtainmcnt will follow- supper The mv cater to the event. Supper v.ill mcUide mi turkey, fulads