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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta -Mendoy, Jonuory 11, 1973 THE LETHBP.IBCE HERALD 3 HEWS Congrafiifafes Nelson RCMP superintendent R. J. Wai, left, receives congratulations from MLA Leiahlon as the Nelson RCMP hocby teem defeats the Lethbridge subdivision 10-5 in recent hockey action at Fort Mccleod. R hen old friends meet Tom r.'vcKim cf Lethbridge, retired CP3 inspector; Staff Sat. Bob Morrison of the RCMP; end Chuck Cackburn of Lelhbridge, RCMP mechanic, get together at the recent RCMP borspie' at Fort McKim and Cockburn have curled in IS previous RCMP bonspie's bjt decided to slick to Ihe sidelines during this gc-round. With the Observance of Scout-Guide Week coming up, all groups from committees down to Venturers. Scouts and Rovers must Be Pre- pared. Feb 22 is Lord Baden Pow- ell's birthday. He was truly a GREAT man and some of his high adven- tures and ac'.i.evemenis should be recounted. It should be remembered how all-round WES his pre- paration in the fields of phy- sical fitness, sports, outdoor living and service to God and his fellow man. Get a copy of SconLing [or Boys. Here are hosts of ar.ec- and There is a clear-cut of his standards of life and v.-h2l the Scout Movement can do to build men. Read Rovering to Success, the background of the Rover Scouts. For sheer fun read My Ad- ventures as a Spv which tells of Baden Powell's in espionage. He died qiiicily at his home in Kenya in early January. IW1. No successor has ever been named as Chief Scout of the World. The IPTt lists of Gulden Tent Prg a fine list of oacks and throughout the southern Al- berta region. The chief cen- tres Trere Fort Macleod. Raymond. Vamihall. Slavery, Lethbridgp and Tabcr. Tra-ee WOOFS go to the follovring pack Anna Grier. .Tohn Kamitomn. Wal- lace Martin. Kav Carlson. Panl Shewchuk, Richard Gor- don, John Bodnaruk and Reiko Takeuaso. Three cheers fdr sccuters Colin Oddir. TMc Bostors s.ld Barn- Marshal- say. The region is accepting two applications for [wo assistant leader positions: One for the .Boy Scouts of America ,1am- borco West and ore for the First North West Territories Jamboree. Use the s'ands-d national jamboree application form available at Council HQ, Lethbridgc. The deadline for applications is Jan. LUMBER -POWERJOOLS AAASONITE WOODGRAINS PREFINISHED j( WOOD PANELS mil -fig Reg. 6.9i .......SPECIAL PtAiN WHITE CEILING WHITE A 9'x7' BERRY GARAGE DOORS Per sq ft..... PATTERN TILES PEEL AND STICK FLOOR TILES 12x12x1 16 Per Sq. ft. prp.finishcfd panelling BUILDING SUPPLIES Art5 anil crafls vill br or- panizrd by Brad SlruMe of ihc Pass rccrcn- lion board. He has joined ihc board under Ihc PEP pro- pi am sponsored by Ihc de- parlineni of youth, culture and reercaiion. Mr. '.'2. fonnerly of L'alpary. Imlds a decree from the I r.i- vrrsuy of Minnesota. His will be for begin- ners and more experienced artists. Fine aris and h.uic handicrafts will he Minlied. To petition Her Majesty Queen TOUT Thr Vort Maclonil >dcirly decided ;i[ ils .TiMiu.Tl lo petition Her Ma- Queen Kli7.ihelh Scronil. in eomr lo Ton ilnrinc lier in in July. Scullieni "tin lo si.cn this petition hr nlilr to do so fll (he rii.Trniaey, 1'ort cleotl. This is the oripn.il of I In- The is eelcbr.mnc ils en- ami 1 ort Maeleoil begins ils C'cnton- celebration (his summer. Some of you fellows away out will want to get in on the. ice rodeo at Taber Feb. 17. Your district has blueprints of the Seoul and Cub chuck- wagons. Get hold of a Scout- look dated November. 1972. for plans and more detail On your wagon cover, only your name and nunber are per- mitted. Pack. Spanvood Cubs, recer-tly won rbe following badges: mrk Turey was presented with Esrdener's badge. Eelipon: Danny Morgan. Raymond Rybacbnk. Robert Rytuchuk, Bretl Ray and Robin Ray. Ski badge: Dronis Dom- pierc. Stewart Enhanna. Tea- badee: Robert Ryba- ehuk. Troy Traris. Pet-keepers badge: Andrew B almsley, A 1 v i n Daslmey, Trans HiLIson. Danuy Mor- gan. Tov-mEiera badge: Peter Pine. Musicians badge: Ravmond Rvbschnk. Ronny ScnimpT, Dann} Morgan. Garden badge: Greg Brew- badge1 Robert Halkn. Mernters of the ".A" Pack recer.iiv met at Ib; hirh fchooi to Etan their nca1 wa- son under Akelaship of Helena Samsonofr and lead- ers Judy LOWCD and Belly Ueallierinclon. Attending the meeting was David of Kaiser Re- sources. He gave a talk erd demonstration is regards to first aid. Cub members were also taught the use of arj emer- gency kit lor rambles and hikes. Macleod Legion officers Cnnca'icn Legion officers ct Madeoci ere, left. BCD Burke, Jock Simpson end Horry executive rrerr.bers. Middle rov.', from left: District Cen-mnnd-r c; Creek; Lav-'rence S.v-rscn, pcst- Al C-Ddcord Ecrl bcih Ken-edy, 1st vice-president. Back Ted Swihari, C-c-y "cjl and Jin-, Furman, president. Hirschs, 2nd is rr.issinc. -Jec- S-vir-irt Mackav takes chamber office curbed, i lisric fee O" S5 v'.U c-e carried per business be :o linn VTJ: b? 5-n'jih The scs'e fcr entrance "iiiger busLnei-ses ar.d ;hc v.-jli the rsiv1 for ndivlduais be The KTM? Musxal The ch Ember a cussed for Jim prejidei: of the president; and Tsy- Dr. Walter rejx-ned Canadian Chamber of Cbrn- FORT MACLEOD Ar.cy Mrsckay hss beeJ] b 55 presides: of the For. "acieM District o: Corr.rr.crce Orhe: are Dr. John SVaLker. firs: "lee; Larson, second v i ce- lor. secretary treasurer. Membership fees ivere camDErourid to be ir.erce be luacheoa ed on the old barracks here j-eb. If you're in a group pension plan start using the Government's new rules to save a bundle on income tax. You likely know you dor.': pay YEAR income en ihc dollars iha: 2rc ru: ALSO t into >our group pension plan. BUNDLE >ou know iha; ihc Government has raised new rules ihci can heir1 save an bundic cf money or. r'jt an arnouni into z mcr.t pl2n v.iih rccisicr i; ihc ar.il you eruer ar.oihcr deduction. 2? lone r.s cr }our inccnc. 14 of iliroe IV Canada Trust l.cilihridpc: .'rd ;il "ih Si. S. M.trkcl Mail. Sh.ican.ipp .Medicine Hal: Si. .1; 5ih S.I. -S5S1 ;ilpnr> al ri- >0-14S1 rdmonloii: S: ,1: 101A .Red Deer: 4LlT> ;