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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wtdnttday, 3, HMAID 3 you who have braved the frost and snow, felt the delights of the Chinook, watch- ed the melting away of the impeding snowdrifts, I have news for you. Spring is on its way and winter camping and the scent of woodsmoke can be yours. Why, just think, yesterday we enjoyed Groundhog Day! Therefore, Scouters, it's time to head for the outdoors with snowshoes, skiis and sleeping bag. It is time to wind up that first aid course, wind up basketball and hockey and try scouter Lew Blair's bean stew under winter conditions. Or try cook is his name and he is the right hand man to Regional Commissioner Eldred Palmer. Leo Toonc, Lew Blair and all. You name it, Bill has done it and will do it again. Here's to you, scoutcr Bill! A salute to the cubs, scouts, venturers of Vauxhall, Brooks and Fort Macleod as well as to the scouters, group committee folks and all for their efforts to gather bottles in a winter bot- tle drive. If anyone misses the boys on the day, call the near- est lad for a pick-up. This is a great help in group financing. The money raised goes to- wards camping equipment, uni- forms and jamboree expenses. Brooks is setting up a novel item for Scout-Guide Week, This is a hobby and handi craft show for Saturday, Feb. 27. Cubs, brownies, scouts guides and venturers are in vited to participate. Good go- ing, Brooks! Scout Guide, Baden Powel or Brotherhood Week, tb names makes no difference. I is the week in which the birth day of both Lord Robert ant Lady Baden Powell, Feb. 22 occurs. This is a time .of pre- sentation to the public of som visible signs of what the yout programs of boys and girls in scout and guide work are do- ing for our town, city, prov ince and nation. I hope many of you hav been involved1 in minor hockey Around Pincher Creek your truly has 'been swept up in thlanner and the landowners ms been held to date. In a second letter of Jan. 15, Musil told the minister of cently sale. a successful bake The sale, along with a cake raffle, netted ?6S for the or- ganization. The winner of the cake raffle was Terry Hallo- day. Mrs. Ruby Northey, Brown Owl reports another forward step was taken with the for- mation of a mothers' commit- tee. acres forts. The president's report was i received and the I) figures showed a drop from j 1969 when patrons tour-] ed the museum compared to "I last year's attendance of It III 255. Road construction past the museum and detours through- out the town accounted for this loss. Election of directors for a CLARESHOLM The Town three-year term saw the fol- of Claresholm has almost dou- lec to town lowing reinstated: Andy Mac- Kay, John Davis, Ted Larson, and Karl Friesen. The executive for 1971 will be chosen from these members and continuing directors who are: Leighton Buckwell, Char- lie Reach, Glynn Fisher, M. Nilssoii rink torpedoes opposition FOREMOST (Special) by defeating Arne Hougen in aggregate trophies by winning _ ___ r _i n nlncn uardian. Enjoy skating COALDALE (HNS) Chil ren of the Coaldale Buddhis Church Sunday School were re- ently treated to an outing b ieir Sunday School teachers. They enjoyed a skating part} t Henderson Lake, Leth mdge. Sunday School and Worshi Service is conducted everj Sunday beginning at a.n in the Coaldale Buddhis Ihurcb. Ze Men's Don Jess heads group for games CLARESHOLM (HNS) group of Claresbolm citizen met recently to plan and nam committees for the Southern Alberta Summer Games schee uled to be held here Aug. 4 t 7. Don Jess of Claresholm wa named general chairman. Miss Audrey Gale, Clare, holm and district recreation d rector, was named games d rector. Ten regions are participatin to date. Committee chairmen arc Stu Christie, catering; Charle Pedersen, publicity; Erne. Patterson, facilities; Ha Congdon, finance; David Lloy statistics; Lee Anderson, con munications; Bob Hansen swimming; Audrey diving; Jack Lloyd, tennis, Ke Dahl, archery; Bruce Robi son, equestrian; and Al Bra owsky, track and field. as Tosh Miyagawa, second eonard Wensman and lead homas Harty. Foremost rinks ook third and fourth places, ith rinks skipped by Trj'g _ougen and Sonny Buis espectively. Heinhold Karl of Fore most aptured the Granberg and Son ourth event and the club a close game over Dave Rob- ertson of Bow Island. Playing bird on the winning rink was ilel Boschee, second George >iper and lead Floyd Karl. Tom Bateman of Foremost ook the consolation Superior 77 event with an easy win in ,he final over Lethbridge's Swanson rink. Curling Meets loaiglil BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) -The Blairmore Curling Club will hold a meeting in the arena curling club room at :30 p.m. Wednesday, .Feb. 3, to make plans for the Valentine Spiel and to discuss tha forth- coming Bunny Bonspiel. The three-day Valentine spie' rill get under way the eve- ning of Feb. 12. spiel will ing The ic mixed open lave 32 rinks. The four-day Bunny will begin April 8. Spie with Vern Tom were Moe Larson, Arnold and Roy Ondrik. Some 29 rinks took part in the seven day 'spiel, curling a total of 113 games in the five events. Need dentist NATAL (HNS) At a re- cent meeting of the Spanvood Community Development As- sociation, the need for a dentist at Spanvood was discussed. The association has decide! to approach the Dental As sociation of British Columbia and the East Kootenay Health Unit for names of dentists who might be invited to set up a practice in the district. bled in size with the annexa- tion of lands to the south. The annexation was ap- proved by the provincial local authorities board recently. It includes the north half of section 23, all of the southwest quarter of section 23, all of the northwest quarter of section 14 and all of the north-south road adjoining the westerly limits of these lands. The board granted the appli- ation for several reasons, one of which was that "the town's development and the stated de- mand for industrial sites which are not available with the pres- ent town limits, indicates a need for additional industrial and sites within the town lim- its." Claresholm Auction Mart Ltd. represented that its prop- erties, rural in nature, should, if annexed to the town, be as- sessed and taxed on their pres- ent agricultural basis, until de- veloped for urban purposes. The town supported the Auc- tion Mart's request. Concern was expressed over the effect of 'annexation on weight limits on one and one- half miles of north-south road. The town indicated that im- provements to the road to the cemetery were in the planning stages and that sewer and wa- ter senices may also extend along the north south road, ne- cessitating its up-grading. An alternate truck route to the town is also being studied by the town. Reti heads Taber group TABER (HNS) Roy Reti was installed as president of the Taber AOTS men's club of Knox United Church at a re- cent meeting. Other officers include James L. George vice-president, Dr. N. Stuart Boyle secretary- treasurer, George Dcebuchi past president, and directors are Rev. Kenneth W. Morris, Charles Hamman, Lyle Keister, Alfred Sloane and Stan Bart- ram. Programs for a busy and in- teresting year ahead were noted, including such events as a father and son night in Feb- ruary and a brotherhood night during March. 'Stop smoking' plan offered BOW ISLAND (Special) A five-day plan to stop smoking will be introduced at.the Island Community Hall from 7 to 9 p.m. March 14 to IS. Rev. Peter Parker sml Gar- ry Debore, both of Medicine Hat, will speak. The Bow Island Lions Club i sponsoring the May we draw your attention to the fact that, in our Feb- ruary Price Showdown Circular, starting February 4th, on page 2, the 36" Economy Bunk Bed copy and price, bottom illustration and the 39" Deluxe of page, refer top Bunk Bed and copy price, above that, to the bottom illus- tration. Sorry the values remain unchanged! NOTICE ANNUAL MEETING TABER WARNER CONSTITUENCY SOCIAL CREDIT LEAGUE DAVIDSON SCHOOL, COALDALE THURSDAY, FEB. 4th, 7.30 p.m. All members of tlio Social Credit league urged lo attend GORDON S. SAUNDER5, President IT REALLY WORKS! KCHLI VYF1MI ____ CANADIAN WOMEN READ WHAT SAY ABOUT ian omens inics I LOST 28 POUNDS AND 36 INCHES OVER-ALL. MRS. MARTIN, London, Ont. I LOST 18 POUNDS AND 21% INCHES IN 18 VIS- ITS. MISS HAMILTON, Ottawa, Ont. I LOST 10% INCHES AND 8 POUNDS IN JUST 8 VISITS. MRS. WILLIAMS, Calgary, Alto. i LOST INCHES AND 10 POUNDS IN 16 VISITS. MRS. 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