Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
10 'HE UTMSBIDCX HERALD i.lny. More'. 1972 Scouts busy time the focd they hove prepared ore Scouts Roger Desjardins, Kevin Hellmer and Paul Standar, oil of Ihe 1st Tilley Scout troop. Fmlay Photos More than 135 Spoilt.1; ami Venturers participated in tlie Senator Buchanan Winter Scoring Event held Saturday in Indian Batlle Park. The purpose of the event, sponsored by t li e southern Alberta region Boy Scouts of Canada, to "give boys experience in living, having Inn, and cooking, all under whiter conditions." The program included set- ting up shelters, building a fire and cooking a meal, ami s n o s ii o e and ski races. Awards were presented in fill competitions, Scouts and Venturers from Lethbridgc, Raymond, Ma- gralh, Stirling, Burdett, Del fionila ar.d Tilley took part the event. All participants were pre- sented with a Senator Bu- chanan crest for winter sur- vival. The law partnership f1' Fatevson ami Huzil has been clLssoivcd. 1'alrrsan and Huzil v.-iil continue oper- ating out of 407 Holiuay Vil- lage. Kon .laroiisou hr.> relo- cated at -115 Holiday Village. Mr, came to Ixitlibridgo in and was admitted to ti'.e bar in 11K10. The partnership formed in February, 19 D8. Appointment of L, D. IJoficll as secretary of the Lelhbridge Sapper Association has been announced by presi- dent It. A. Million. Bub McMnhrn, former di- rector of industrial sales -it the London office of Boise Cascade Home and Lam! Ijtd., has taken over as man- ager of Boise Cascade's Leth- bndge mobile home mnnu- 1 facturing plant. He succeeds .loli ii Park lias been transferred to the London of- fice as direct or of Ontario and park development. Mr. Mc'Malien is married and li.is throe daughters. on auction The Fort Alacleod Auction Market Ltd. reported 319 head of cattle and Progressive Con- servative nominee Ken Hurl- bur t on offer at the regular auction sale last vreek. Light receipts at the sale were bbmed on poor client at- tendance due to the nomination convention which named Mr, Ilurlburt. to contest the next federal election fcr this riding. No hull was sold at the sale. B1SSETT ELECTRIC (1971) 226 12th SI. A N. Phone 327-7508 LEON J. CZAJKOWSKI Authorized Deaier end Service Ccr.lrc for Lcland Electric Motors Prestolite AC and DC Specializing in Ihrca phase wiring CFCN-TV'S "NEW SEASON" TONIGHT GOOD LOOKING Lethbridge family adopts I Foster Parents Plan child Boys of the Scouts and groups take port in tlie physical side of activities at the Senator Buchanan Winter Scouling Evenl. Mike Park, 11, of the 15th lethbridgs Scout troop, chops wood before building the cooking fire. Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Stubbs, brother and sister has (o at- 1803 llth Ave. S., Lcthbridge have "adopted" a two-year-old boy, Jose Lniz Silva of Brazil through (he Foster Parents Plan of Canada. t Tnrcugli their monthly con- tribution, they bring the fatn- ily a monthly cash grant, i tribution of goals such as vita mins, guiMflr.ce and counseling of social workc-j-s, and the benefit of special programs, f There is also a strong ern- pha.sis on education. Each i Three thefts investigated Cily police are investigating j three overnight thefts. Coin boxes on two water out- let stands, one et the intersec- tion of St. and 23rd Ave. S. and tho other at 13th St. and I9th Ave. N. were rifled and an xmcietcrmincd amount in coins stolen. Thieves also broke a window .it the Slop and Save gas sta- tion, 2nd Ave. and 13th St. N. and made off with several cases of cigarettes. tend school. Jose'.s father, who has health problems, (iocs odd jobs as a room facilities. The children seem to have intestinal worms and anemia. Because of the incidence o intestinal prirasilcs, the plan distributes w a t f r fillers to strain tho parasite bacteria oul of drinking water, and issues shoes, towels and soap to il Foster Children awl their fam ikes. Classes held by socia stress the importance of hygiene and wearing shoes (o prevent intestinal parasites The Foster Parents Plan L, working in 10 countries in South America and Asia. More Uian children are cur- rently being aided by individ- uals, groups, and families in the U.S., Canada and Australia. More information on the Fos- ter Parents Plan can be ob- tained by writing to: Foster Parents Plan of Can- ada, St. Clair avenue West, Toronto Ont. JOSK LUIZ TELEVSSION TIKLOW AVERAGE j helper. His moth- i er docs housework at home, in 1 a shabbily-furnished brick In Alberta, there is a doctor! house. i for every 74-1 persons. 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