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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE lETIinmnGE HCRA1D Wi'dncicltly, February 9, 19X2 1 SHE WAS TIPPED Martha Adams, 42, charged with keeping a bawdy house, told a police inquiry at Mon- treal she was tipped aboul impending morality squad raids in the mid-1960s when Police Chief Jean-Jacques Saulnier headed the squad. She is seen entering the down- iown "-he pushed through a ballery of photographers with I lie com men'; "Out of my way kid kodak.' "YOU ill Gf! a nd gu streamline laws iiv SM.U.IJ OTTAWA Seeniinp- ly-quninl in an ago of (he boy scmM.-- ;ind actiKilly in ihe v.'iu- guard 01 currcnjly grip- ping I lie conscious- ness. Sires? on ;ui'I in an tiC'ologifally-ccv.Lmice] ivorld. There's been modiii- caticns in .scout movement begun by L'ln! I of P. lo 3907. But r.s nnd guides their (v'lii urd livp Scou'- basic Er.ro'nicni movement, l: stabilized ;il Bluenose campaign launched HALIFAX i CD Thi: Nova Scotia is, sookm" financial support from the pub- lic to help fic-[ II, a i sleek exlc'rior of I he J famed schooner of the 1920s, back lo a seauurlhy con- dilicn. Tourism Minister (inrncl hrr'j the1 l schooner. huilL nearly a decade ago for a Xova Sroha hrewiTy, suffers from both v.r! and drv rot, a !l1 '''r wooden hull. About is needed lo t'e'. licr sen v; o r L b y ayain. Mr. Brown .said, and the iiuveni- ment wants lo find mil if Ih, people of SnKiii ;u-i' he- hind Ibem in a bid lo her sail again. It because of the nt-ud fur j extensive repairs Ihr.L Ihe origi- nal owners, (.Hand and Sons Ltd., turned her over In the province -bib., her from Ihe Because nf ihe monry situation, (he Inurism said, he tui-nini; to Xovn j Soot in and jieonle across Can- I ndn la help preserve (he heri-j taRc of the provim e. A thampion the original UluenoM- is {rayed on Ihe Canadian dimi; as a reminder of her slices in in- ternal ion.'il i-chmmer-ranm! compel it inns In .she as sold lo Ihe W'-sl Indies Tradim; Co. for .SCI-VKC Itetv.rrn the We.st Indies and Hie I'niled SLntos. She v.ii.s lo.il in liMii she hit a reef and sank off i JIaili. In Ihe Nova Srolia brew- j cry had Smith and Ilbnland Shipyards of X.S., builders of I lie; schf.r.iicr. I IH i k i II lo help in promotion of their prod' nets. savs information officer Bob Mi'ks the organization's na- tional headquarters. Membership in Ihe Quebec organization uould bring total numbers lo about ADI ITS INCUKASI' What has changed currently is Ihe number of adults in the is a current of one leader for every r.iiK1 boys. Mr. Milks says the increased number 01 adults pninls out the relevance, of the. movement and the fact that more people are Incoming in- volved in more things. Oilier changes are less tran- yiifiry. Dnnnp Ihe last five Ihe old laws and prom- i-es lhat boys and h.'ivc been modified and is no longer in the law. The that set out honor, loyally, thrift and courtesy, and Ihe need to "smile and whistle under all difficulties" has been re- placed with: ''The Sccui. is liolpful, trust- worthy, kind and cheerful, considerate and clean and wise in the use of his re- sources.'1 T h c ".smile-and-whislle" rule wont out when it was re- alized 'hat the (wo were hard to perform a' the same time, says Mr. Milks. I-OVE AM) SERVE Instead of promising to do one's duty Lo God and Queen, ;-con Us now promise to love and serve Him, her, the coun- try and their follow men. What has not changed, hut what hns become more so- cially noticed, is tiie move- 1111 m's concern alwut conserv- and the environment. urn call il con- or aiili-polhuion, il is simply of the saire says Mr. Milks. And the sc-ouls have been in- vr.lved since1 llij-ir foundin'j. movemer.i has its Mnr- Scmil Koivsl. near Mar- Out., on the shore of Lake Supennr, where trees liave been each year since on a 200-acrc plot. It nl.'-" course nn fnimly campinp mid has iLs "I, i I I c r Chase" in which teams; of young girls or boys compete lo gather the most discarded waste. In Ihe Venturer age Rroup 1-1 to are eneoiir- 10 work at, rather than simply play at, responsible adult things, as much stress is placed on moving from cubs inlit Ihe brandies of scont.s. Thi> i1? interested in providing n worth while ex- perience while a boy is in any particular group. A current news rolcn.se out lhal scouting, in one sense, is like such "sor- did" sot-in! activities as drink- ing, dnig-laking find hot-rod- II is a leisure-time pur- Hul il is "Iho end result that makes the difference." HAIR TRIMMER COMB USES RAZOR BLADES EXTENSION CORD LIGHT BULBS PER PACK BOOR IOOYMTT LIGHT BULBS ACK FOR PACKS nQr UO ALL-SHEER PANTI HOSE Boys' CUSHION-SOLE ANKLET SOCKS Ctoicc n PAIRS pi ItJtar! f. FOR COMBINATION PANTS COAT HANGERS SB'EACH 10" TEFLON II FRY PAN 'Reg'd. T.M. "MAGIC DRY" MERCERIZED COTTON THnEAD-2500YDS. BUCK WHITE GJ'CONE ASSORTED STAMPED GOODS WOMEN'S PLASTIC DRESS HANGERS PACK OF 9D ENVELOPES flfr HCH TERRY KITCHEN TOWELS PACK OF THREE ALL-PURPOSE COTTON CLOTHS 2 2" PACK OF 7FN 88cftCK D-PACK WOVEN DISH CLOTHS 88C PACK B1C.BIGVALUFI "FESCO" TOP QUALITY HOUSEHOLD PLASTICS 2" EACH JUST SAY "CHARGE-IT" WITH A ZELLER CREDIT ACCOUNT! BATH MAT SETS Fuliy 100% collrm. luxuriously tliirk 21" x lulli in.il ;md toilet scat cover. Moiai jatiitaril pattern in avocado, antique gold, frost pink, peacock or blue. 3-PCE. SALAD SET AMBER OR OLIVE 2-PCE. SET COLOURED ENAMEL COOKWARE clicicc- I SE runfiiTURr CRYSTAL CLIP-ON CEILING FIXTURE 28B EACH VALUE PLASTICS sFOR EVERYDAY USE KKC UU EACH tl Sltp-DH Cin, Bf t Ill5fl (MI. 3-pCE. ill, (rliJH PAINT SPRAY BOMBS mih Iny. inp-iop bin squie duly mop pnl. In decanter colours. Our Own Tslco Brand! JUNIOR AQUARiUIVI STARTER SETS SPECIAL VALUE! 9 SET "CHARGE-IT" Jjiiicr set includes stainless steel pump, 8'rubber lulling, Hicrmmncter, tiller, cliarcwl, glass wool, Chlor-Out liquid, fish lood and lish care booklet. Localod in tho Soulh Lcthbridgo Shopping Conlro on Mnyor Drive. Oprn Doily 9 n.m. lo 6 p.m.; Thursday nnd Friday 9 o.m, lo 9 p.m. Tclophone 328-8171 ...SatlsifactJon S3 KhM ;