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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta By CA. Weekes is coining. As Cubs, Scouts and Ventur- ers we must BE PREPARED. To begin with, get into the Christmas spirit. Stretch that smile another inch at least. Practice individual GOOD TURNS like removing icy spols on the neighbor's walk. Run er- rands for elderly folk. Group good turns like writing Christmas Card to someone who lives alone or singing carols at a Senior Citizens' Home are within your scope. Tho Sixth Edmonton Hovers once went carolling at 20 degrees below, got no response so moved over to the nearest fire station. A hearty rendition of There's Fire Down Below got them an invitation to come in and be warm. Just before Christmas there KTR a lot of busy psoulc. for example, Fort Maclcod Scouts and Cubs selling Christmas trees. Scouier Lew IJIair is keeping leaders and boys work- ing on leadership and badge courses. Another busy person with the idea of helping new Cub, Scout and Venturer is Jeanne Sclmell of Tahcr. We hear that Dec. 5 Medicine Hat's opportun- ity for courses, Nov. 28 being a chance for new Scout leaders i BOB JENKINS in Lelhbridge. Good work, Je- anne! Good work, Lew Many groups are very inter- ested in the work of the HCMP tracking dogs and wish they could see one in action. Some years ago the Rochfort Bridge iroop had a chance through their school. The drill is sim- ply this: get your school prin- cipal to contact the nearest RCMP detachment and ask as a favor that if a tracking dog is in or near the community that it be diverted to the school. In the Hochfort instance a talk was given by the trainer fol- lowed by a marvelous exhibi- tion outdoors. For public rela- tions a picture was taken and later of course a letter of ap- preciation was sent to the trainer. Always remember, of course, that for a dog as with a constable, DUTY comes first. The action centre seems to be around Vauxliall by all ac counts. Some 21 Wolf Cubs and 12 Scouts are registered. Cub Scoutcr Wallace Martin, his daughter Sharon. Mrs. .1. Mc- Kay, Ernest Lcc, Gail Som- nicrvillc. Barbara Green and Helty are in charge of the pack. The scouts under C. Loewen, Jeff McKay and Ger- ald Chartrand. Group cominit- tee chairman is Harry Han- uing. Nice going, Vauxliall! The Foremost district meet- ing covered a wonderful amount of business at their an- nual gathering. Chairman G i I Mchlen was returned to office. Harry Calhoun of Foremost was elected vice president. Mrs. Judy Pcdcrscn of Bow Is- land is the new secretary-trea- surer. Sconter Chuck Pederscn was recommended as district commissioner, Mrs. Hoy Wall- man of Foremost being recom- mended as assistant district commissioner. This year's group committee for Foremost includes Harry Calhoun as chairman, Ewald Zielke as vice-chairman, Mrs. E. Bcrntson as secretary, Bob Kuhl as treasurer with Geoff Tagg as publicity chairman. The retiring executive received a heart vote of thanks. The Foremost Pack has just had four investitures. Seven Cubs moved away last summer and three more have gone up into the troop. Cub assistant Gerry Gran berg was honored with a gif as she has retired from th Pack. Harold Street is the Cub assistant. The Foremost Troop scoutcr are Barry Boyd, Ken MacKcn zie and Rev. Leslie Smith. At the end of the recent re- gional conference complimenL were paid to the Rcgiona Scout Executive Rofoer Jenkins. Scouier Bob set up the arrangements and per formed Trojan service behind the scenes to further the sue cess of the conference. Thanks Bob! This winter get yourself a pen pal by applying at the re gional office in Lethbridgc You will enjoy corresponding with someone in the scou movement in some country o your choice. So far no one has sent me word of any challenges sports minor hockey, anyone? Good hunting, all! Coutts students hold talent Wednesday, December 16, 1970 THE U7HBRIDGE HERALD 3 Recreational Shooten wins NOBLEFORD (SpeciaD- Bill Shooten and his mates are winners of the Harrington-Ste- tar Trophy and tho first annual Junior Student Union Bonspiel held in the Nobleford Commun- ity Ice Centre recently. H i s crew defeated Kevin Luchia in he final for the championship. SAVE TuoP 60% ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A MUFFttR FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTAUATION 10 MINUTI INSTALIATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES All AT IIMUTE [UFFLER INSTALLATIONS Phone 328-8134 509 6th Avenue South by Ed Cesar PLYWOOD DECOY DRAWS FIRE "What the hell is the matter with the stupid Is the usual question from hunters who fire rounds at a certain mule deer buck in the Crows Nest Forest Reserve. The buck is a plywood decoy set up near Ed Cesar's trapline cabin for the benefit of the hunters who come to ask "where is all the Motel, trailer court edges into Elk Valley NATAL, B.C. (HNS) Hold- up in passage of a zoning by- law for the Elk Valley may allow construction of a motel and trailer court without spe- cific consideration of a board of directors of the Regional District of East Kootenay. Irving Johnson, spokesman for Sulphur Springs Land and Development Company, recent- ly appeared at a meeting of the Regional District of East think it's real he added. Mr. Johnson was told that the board has no grounds for objection if he applied for a permit before a zoning bylaw is in effect, even though Mr. Miller has said he thinks the plan is premature. Harry Watson assumes office PICTUKE BUTTE (HNS) I At the regular meeting of the Kootenay board for confirma- piclure fcDislrict lion that his company can con- tinue to spend money and built their development. Mr. Johnson said he has been working for 18 months to get a permit to proceed with a 40 unit motor inn and service building, and a mobile trailer park with 56 spaces and a rec- reation building. He said the company had spent thousand, of dollars, only to hear that regional planner Alfred Miller said there would be no develop- ment in the Elk Valley. We want to know where we Mr. Johnson said. "If he board makes decisions for he regional district, "how can Hr. Miller say no. I don't Christmas card TURIN (HNS) The com- nunity Santa Glaus greeting is being displayed again lu's year. It is on display in a local ocd market. Residents arc encouraged to make a donation and sign their arne. Proceeds to go towards hildren's Christmas treats. Chamber of Commerce, Mayor Alex Chronik administered the oath of office to new president Harry Watson. Also sworn to office was the first woman to hold the office of secretaiy treasurer in the local chamber, Miss Wendy Rasmussen. The retiring president, How- ard Branch, thanked his execu- tive and officers for their as- sistance to him. Peter Cress reported the W a 1 k a t h o n would bring in about There are still eight or nine pledges to be turned in. One of the first items of business for the new officers was the announcement of Santa Glaus Day. Santa Clans will appear at the Cinema Theatre here Saturday, Dec. 19 at 2 p.m. A large Christinas Card ha been set up in the Bank c Nova Scotia. Names are prini ed of those who donate instea< of mailing Christmas cards i the community. The chambei also commended town counci for Christmas decorations anr lights that are put up on the main streets. It was announced the firm of Williams, Tanner, Bell and G o r 1 a will open an office in January. They will be in the Warren Building and will open two days a week. It was decided the supper will be held at p.m. and the meetings at 6 p.m., each month. S. P. Johnson was given a vote of thanks for the monthly Chamber Bulletin he puts cut. Whiteliead named DORETA LADIES' WEAR If 1 602 3rd AVE. S., OUR ENTIRE STOCK SWEATERS V-necks Veslecs Tweed Cotton Knits Cardigans Angora Bullcies Flshtrmon Knils Light Weight Nordvik panchoj, clc. 10 to 30% OFF! Plains, Woelj, Fur Fabs, At pacama Tweeds. 10 lo Reg. 50.00 lo 75.00 OFF! t m sl-KIALS OPEN TILL 9 P.M. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS! DORETA LADIES' WEAR 602 3rd AVE. S., PHONE 328-5115 I 39- 1 reeve CLARESHOLM (HNS) George Whitehead recently was re-elected reeve of the Willow Creek MD council. John Zoetman is deputy reeve. Councillors voted to pay themselves ?20 per meeting day and J5 cents a mile travel- ling expenses. The annual meeting will be held in the IOOF Hall here March 10. Harvey Cherniak of Stavely and John Housenga of Fort Macleod took oaths of office. Committees: Agriculture service board: Councillor Jim Lowe of Nanton and Councillor Ail Fjordbotten of Granum. Public works: entire council. Pioneer Lodge: Councillor John Zoeteman. School: Councillor H a r v c y Cherniak. S a f e I. y: Councillor Jolm .lousenga of Fort Maclcod. Borrow pits: Mr. Fjordbol- ,en, Mr. Burton and Housenga. Farm purchase board. ?jordbotten and Cherniak. Emergency measures: Cherniak. Seed cleaning plants: on, Mr. Lowe, Mr. Fjordbot- ,cn and Mr. Zoeteman. Chinook Health Unit: Mr. Zoetcnia.il. Drainage and water: Mr. i'jordbotten, Mr. Lowe and Mr. lousenga. Fircfighting: Reevo Wlu'le- icad and Mr. Housenga. Airport: Reeve Whilchcad, Ir. Cherniak and Mr. Burton. Recreation: Nanton. Mr. ;0wc, Reeve Whitehead, and Ir. Chorniak. COUTTS (IINS) A talent i show, sponsored by the Oiutls I Student Union, was held in the Coutts School. About 27 contes- tants took part. Winners were" SOU) NiniBEltS Reonic Wright a n d Amy Hummel, both of Milk River; and Laurie Gaits, Coutts. Harlem Aces COLEMAN (CNP Basketball fans to the Crows- nest Pass will be treated to an evening of basketball antics when the local Crowsnest Con- solidated High School Panthers meet the travelling H a r 1 e m Aces. The game will be held in the gymnasium of the Crowsnest Pass High School at 8 p.m. Fri- day, Dec. 18. Hoop stars Jim (Buster) Fu- qua, Joe (Speedy) Johnson and Phil (Slim) Rigney will be on the Aces' line-up. Annette Bianchi, piano, Mary Anne Trenker, accordi'Hi, and Lisowski, piano, all of Coulls. VOCAIi GHOUI'S Tile New Directions, Lcth- bridge; girls quartet. Debbie Lodcrmcitr, Dawn Mcllufonl, K a t h y Dangcrficld, Arlcne Whitcse'l, all of Coutls; Sister Trio, Annette, Carleen and Darcy Bianchi, all of Coutts. DANCING Kathy 1-Iulit and Michelle Thiessen, Coutts; Laura and Kathy Hulit and Michelle Tliiessen, Coulls. COMEDY NUMBER The Hillbillies, Barbara and Dominic Bianchi, Faye Bosch, all of Coutts. Card is up NOBLEFORD (S p e c i a 15- Th e community Christmas card, sponsored by the Noble- ford branch of the Royal Cana- dian Legion, is again posted at the Legion Hall. Money received goes toward community improvement. Santa parade NATAL (HNS) Under the sponsorship of the Spanvocd volunteer firemen, the annual Santa Glaus parade is set for the District of Sparwood on Sunday, Dec. 20, when Santa will make his annual appear- ance and will be visiting the children of (lie district. Santa Glaus will be seen in Natal at a.m. and at Spar- wood at p.m. and at the trailer courts in Elk Valley at 3 p.m. board formed al Raymond RAYMOND fllNS'i Tlio Raymond tou'n council took ini- li.-ii slops to bring recreation programs under one central board when llicy organized a town recreation board. Under the direction of Coun- cillor Robert Graham the cen- tral hoard of Athoi Cooper ap- pointed by the council. Mayor Lyman II. Jacobs and Mr. Graham. A representative from each of the organized sports fostered by the town have been appoint- ed. Two will be appointed by the County of Warner to repre- sent tile North district and the South District. Representing tiie ice arena, S. Saruwatari, chairman; Pearl N i 1 s s o n, secretary; Stanley Brown; David Wild'e; LcRoy Minion; Bcv Swaren; Val Grabavac, Pack. Swimming pool Brian Dud- ley, chairman; Mary Heggie, Vi Mocks. Robert Gibb. D. M. Miller is the only one representing the golf course at the present time as the officers for the 1971 golfing season have not been elected. When they are elected new members will be named to the central board. LONG COAST Alaska's Pacific coastline is miles long. More district 011 page 30 Oowsiiest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore Phone 562-2149 Nan- Singer sowino machines are mado right here in Canada. Use Ihe Singer credil plan. Singer makes it easy SINGER CENTERS ol Singer Company ol Canada Ltd. COLLEGE SHOPPING MALL Mayor Magrath Drive and 20th Avenue South Ask about Singer Christmas Lay Away Plan ______I Open Daily 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m. (Including Wednesday) Phone 327-2243 Tfigridyy and Friday 9 n.m, lo 9 p.ni, ;