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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, February 14, 1974 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD The race is on Troop 14 members from Lethbridge practice the hard way. Scouts cool it in forest COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Lethbridge Troop 14 Boy Scouts had a invigorating winter camp out in the Crowsnest Pass Forest north of Coleman last weekend. The Scouts, under the supervision of Scoutmaster Lloyd Carefoot of Lethbridge, arrived in Coleman Saturday morning and visited the Coleman Scout Hall where Larry Nelson, supervisor of the Coleman Junior Forest Wardens, met the scouts and gave them a short course of instruction in snow shoeing, including how to attach the snowshoes with a squaw hitch. The scouts were also provided with 15 pair of snowshoes from the Junior Forest Wardens. The troop of 25 then headed up the Kananaskis road to a selected spot on the Frank Capron property where the scouts in groups of four and five set up their individual bivouacs and prepared for an eventful weekend. Snowshoe races, snowshoe hikes, setting up bivouacs by using forked sticks in place of ropes, making camp fire without the use of paper, cooking their own meals and camp cleanliness formed part of the campont. Cookout Tony Blain watches hungrily as Lloyd Carefoot prepares steak. Picture Butte approves subdivision developments The Herald" District Coaldale briefs New bylaw limits parking downtown COALDALE (HNS) Town council has amended its traffic parking bylaw to ban Scouts prepare for ice rodeo TABER (HNS) The stampede will not be the one in Calgary and the chuckwagons will not be for real but it will be nonetheless exciting when upwards of 750 scouts and leaders, along with more than spectators, converge on the community centre ice arena Saturday for the second annual ice rodeo. In a rousing kick-off for Boy Scout Week, 73 teams representing troops in 10 districts in the Southern Boy Scout Region will participate in chuckwagon races. Cub racing will be held in the daylight hours, with Boy Scouts and Venturers taking over the evening performance. The rodeo is patterned after the Calgary Stampede chuckwagon races with 70 and 100-pound "wagons" on runners pulled by four boys. Driver, two outriders and a tail skinner make up the eight- man team for each outfit. Plans carefully detailed by Flatlands district scouters and officers include additional lunch services for the visiting troops. St. John Ambulance personnel "will be in attendance to look after the injured. Trophies will be awarded in each of the three tiers of racing, based on the best timing of teams as they compete four times during the meet parking for a distance of 30 feet from the corners of downtown intersections. Before, the distance was two car lengths. Council ruled the 15-minute parking stalls in front of the post office are in effect 24 hours a day. Stan Parker of Coaldale has been requested by council to make a formal application to move four motel units from the Lethbridge Hobday Motel to his operation here. Council will then inspect the units and give its decision before the Feb. 28 deadlne Mr. Parker is faced with. Council has received a request from local contractor Peter Martens for town- owned lots for assistant homeownership house construction. The matter will be given further council consideration. Game group officers named COALDALE (HNS) New officers of the Coaldale and District Fish and Game Association are Len Steinbrenner, president; Ed Wiebe, vice-president; Tom Sprinkle, secretary; and Eric Nikkei, treasurer. Committee chairmen are Ron Dyck, Mr. Wiebe, Duncan Lloyd, John Langeman, George Begany, Elvin Nikkei, Bob Skiba, Glen Cale, Jack Neufeld, Harold Unger, Vic Rogalsky, Dave Neufeld and Mel Vaselenak. Directors are Frank Molnar, Jack Shendruk, Colin Smith and Art Ronne. ACT expansion planned HIGH RIVER An addition will be built on the Alberta Government Telephones exchange building here to house electronic switching equipment The total project is expected to be completed by December, 1975, and will cost This figure includes the cost of the addition, electronic equipment and a standby turbine generator. High River is the third centre in the province where installation of this type of sophisticated equipment has been approved. Class becomes aware of wholesaler's problems By JEAN SWIHART HeraM News Service FORT MACLEOD Linda QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC CODY OICTfHCM COTWM DMMMMiMte PHONE: 32S-7M4 Rafa, F. P. Walshe High School home economics teacher, recently took 15 Grade 10 girls to a Lethbridge food wholesaler and a new appreciation of packaged and fresh foods was gained. The trip was a project of their food science course. The objective was to become aware of the operations of a wholesaler how food is Report your news to. the Lethbridge Herald Comspondmt in Ywir Am brought into the region from all over the world and bow it is distributed to retail outlets. The students were exposed to various packaging mediums and made comparisons. They learned about the need for extreme care for certain types of food. Handling bananas is far more tricky for the wholesaler than handling canned food. Students studied information on labels and were exposed to new and different foods. Miss Rafa delights in talking about her classes. She teaches Grades 7 to 12 and says "kids make life interesting." She is a graduate of toe University of Alberta, receiving a bachelor of science degree in home economics in 1972. She received her professional diploma last year and began teaching at the F. P Walsbe High School May 4. Miss Rafa is a native of Empress. Students learned that wholesalers buy in quantity to get the best quality for the lowest possible price. Lettuce, for example, is bought by the truck load. This produce could be hauled from the United States and the load divided between Lethbridge and Calgary outlets. An official of the company explained how prices are set and the class was amazed to learn that only one per cent profit is made by the wholesaler. Miss Rafa also took a class to the Canadian Sugar Factories Ltd plant at Picture Butte in connection with the unit on candy making. Her students are beginning a course on home canning and baking The next- field trip will be to a large bakery and a canning factory. Home economics instructor Linda Rafa PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) Final approval has been given by town council to applications for the development of two sections in the northwest corner of the town. Peiron Developments plans to develop one section of land recently annexed into the town limits as a mobile home subdivision, on which 17 lots will be available. The second area will be developed to include 25 residential lots, on a crescent plan The town also entered into an agreement with the government under the provincial Priority Employment Program Environmental projects submitted through council will receive dollar for dollar support from the province when approved by PEP. Certain traffic bylaws have been revised and updated in keeping with current trends Appropriate signs will be erected as soon as available and the town's bylaw enforcement officer will work, in conjunction with the local detachment of the Grant sought for recreation COALDALE (HNS) The southern region recreation board will apply for the 1973 Project Co-operation recreation assistance grant of plus 50 cents per capita for a total of The 1973 application must be submitted before the end of the month. The southern regional recreation board will also apply for its Lethbridge County portion of the grant. RCMP, in enforcing the new regulations. Following the resignation of Mr Bill Dalgliesh from the municipal library board, due to personal commitments, council has appointed Mrs Charles Allen to fill the vacancy. A court of revision, for taxpayers wishing to appeal their assessments, will be held at 7 p.m March 11 in council chambers. Firehall opening Saturday WARNER (HNS) The Village of Warner's new four-vehicle fire hall will be officially opened in a ceremony from 2 to 5 p m Saturday by Warner Mayor Jack Ashmore About 20 volunteer firefighters contributed their labor to the project The former fire hall was a one-bay structure adjoining the village office. The new hall will house two fire trucks, a water wagon and a panel truck used to take firefighters to answer calls It has a 500 gallon per minute pumper, a 350 gallon per minute pumper, a 500- gallon water truck and the crew, rescue and first-aid panel truck The department doesn't anticipate buying any new equipment in the near future. Equipment added in recent years includes hose replacement, two-way radios, crew rescue truck and an auxiliary water pump Pension man plans tour A Canada Pension Plan representative, Louis La Place, will visit towns--in southeastern British Columbia from Monday to Thursday. Mr La Place will answer questions on the Canada Pension Plan, old age security and the guaranteed income supplement, and will assist with applications. He will be at Sparwood town hall Monday from a.m to a.m., and Frnie city hall from 1pm to 3 p m. He will be at the Federal Building in Cranbrook Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 4-30 p m at the Union Hall in Kimberley Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 4 p m and at the Federal Agriculture Budding in Creston Thursday from 9.30 a.m to 3 p.m. SNOWMOBILERS to Snowmobile Country Crowtnest Forest Reserve 6 feet of packed base Gorgeous scenery Spring weather Novice or experienced trails Deluxe accommodation Franklin fire- places All meals included. per Day if you supply Sleeping Bag MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW CROWSNEST GUEST RANCH Phone 563-3990 VANTA'S ECONOMY MEATS SM-THiAttmwS. 329-4545 SPECIAL BIRTHDAY CHUCK SALE! 1. Chuck Reset, Grade A m 79C 2. Chuck Steak, Grade A K> 85C 3. Ground Beef ib 99C 4. Ground Steak ib 1.39 5. Lean Stew ib 1.39 6. Van's Wieners u> 790 7. Van's Party Sticks ib 1.39 e. Van's Cheese ib 1.39 9. Country Cut Spare Ribe (Limit 25 Ibs.JIb 59C 10. Hams Ptente Style ib..... Freezer Beef Specral Buys Jam your fnentis in ffter low pnce ner buying success at Vantas' 89C Bacon, piece onf; Beef SausaQOt Choice, fresh daffy Notice of ANNUAL MEETING PICTURE BUTTE R.C.S.S.D. No. 79 Take Notice that the Annual Meeting of the Electors will be held in ST. CATHERINE'S SCHOOL PICTURE BUTTE, ALT A. Thursday, Feb. at p.m. Telltale X" signs of spring s Cubs and scoots in Grassy Lake had their S first marshmailow and wiener roast of the year a few days ago at the Centennial Park. One of x the benefits of a pre- spring roast is the lade g: of flies j: Loriaim Koppenbcnd- er spotted a pussy- ig willow blooming near her home at 1823 9th S Ave N. And Hilda Jacobson, 5? 1926 141h St S. saw a g gopher frolicking Jn the S coulees sss-x-j LETHBRIDGE MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES 2606 -11th Ave. 'A' North Phone 326-7630 "AS GOOD AS THE BEST BETTER THAN MOST' have extended their operations in Building Maintenance. The recent purchase of Southern Alberta's oldest and most reliable carpet and upholstery Shampooing business BENJAMIN'S enables us to provide a complete cleaning service BENJAMIN'S have been serving Southern Alberta for the past 20 years LETHBRIDQE MAINTENANCE will continue and-expand this fine service by the installation of up-to-date cleaning methods in Rug Shampooing For Reettfentlal, Commercial or Profeeetonal carpet or upholatOTf ehempooing in our plant call: LETHBRIDGE MAINTENANCE 328-7630 BENJAMIN'S 327-9771 ;