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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta March 14, THE UTHBRIBGE HERALD 9 DISTRICT NEWS Bishop Ronald Watson speaks Scouts taught to revere nature By DELIA B. WOOLP Herald News Service' RAYMOND Bishop Ron- ald Watson of the Raymond Third Ward was one of ttoee at the recent annual Third Troop Boy Scout banquet hero. Bishop Watson spoke on the part Boy Scouts play in a world in which pollution threatens to destroy the environment and its people. "Boy Scouts are taught to know and supply a kinship with nature; preserving those things tvhich nature supplies for our daily he told his au- dience of 50 parents and guests. "A Scout does not destroy, he builds for a better day in the Bishop Watson expressed ap- preciation for leaders in the Scout movement and the tim-3 they freely give to the Boy Scout program throughout the world. He spoke of the vision of Lord Baden-Powell of Gilwell, he leader who set up the first 3oy Scout program. "The basic program has never he said, Robert Brandley, president ol Chinook District Boy Scouts, spoke on the value of father and son relationships through the Boy Scout organization. "It takes a special kind of fa- ther to be a Boy Scout with his sons. This special father and his sons build up a friendship and love between them." President Brandley has been associated with the Boy Scout movement for many years, as a leader, teacher and district president. Roy Tinney, scoutmaster, spoke on the value of young men of scouting age of finding hobbies. Be told of the interest the boys of his troop had shown when building their chuckwag- on for the recent ice races. He said, "We did not win In the races, we did win in the greater field. We learned to work and pull together. This is the important lesson to learn." Garth Nilsson rink wins loot WARNER (HNS) Twenty- six rinks entered the Warner Men's Bonspicl here to see the grand aggregate trophy, donat- ed by Roger Christeuson, won by Garth Nilsson, Nick Las- tuka, Jerry Brantner and Jerry 'all of Wrentham. The Warner Shell Service Women sought for baseball STIRLING Recruits are needed for a women's base- ball team. Anyone interested in joining may contact Mrs. Shirley Pe'.e- skey, phone 756-3353, or Mrs. Vivian LeClaire, phone 756-3373. Trophy was won by Garth Nil- sson. Jerald Hutchinson of Warner MS second; Charles Hougen of Foremost third; and Bob Thom- as of Warner, fourth. 2ND EVENT Garth Nilsson, Wrenlham; Dave Russel, Milk River; Charles Hougen, Foremost; ant Herb Culler, Warner. 3RD EVENT Barry Thielen, Milk River; Jocko Tarnava, Lethbridge Norm Paulson, Warner; and Bob Huddlestone, Warner. 4TH EVENT Lawrence Lennon, L e t h bridge; Barry Thielen, M il 1 River; Leo Wachtler, Milk River; and Forest Baldcrson Magrath. CANADIAN QUOTES. Toronto poel and book edilor John Robert Colombo is compiling a dictionary of both familiar and obscure-bul-rnemorable Canadian quotations. In Week- end Magazine this Salurrfay he tells aboul some of them and asks readers to lend a bond. IN YOUR UTHBRIDGE HERAID WEEKEND MAGAZINE Win high school curling Trevor Esau and his mates of Nobleford won the recent annual Noble Central High School bonspiel. Twenty- two rinks competed. From lefh Esau, skip; Ken Pierson, third; Arthur Steenbergen; and lead Shelly Konynbelr. The Alex Hann rink was runner-up. Rev. and Mrs. Mperman mark 25th anniversary MONARCH The 25th wed- ding anniversary ot Rev. and Mrs. John Moerman was mark- ed with an open house at the Monarch Reformed Church here recently. They were given a silver en- APPLIANCES 606-608 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5767 COLOR TELEVI DAYS OMIY! Thurs. We have selected 11 different models from our slock that must be cleared an'l slashed prices to rock bottom. Shop early for best selection You may not believe the prices. REGULAR TO YOU MAY NOT BELIEVE THE PRICES" CONVENIENT TERMS AVAILABLE! Open till 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday Nightl APPLIANCES 606 608 3rd Ave. S. Lethbridge Phone 327-5767 APPLIANCES 606 -608 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5767 DISH WASHER graved tray and purse of mon- ey. Const, and Mrs. Jack Moer- mtm and Miss Ann Moerman, all of Edmonton, were present. Son Murray Moerman, study- ing for the ministry in the U.S., was unable to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Moerman will holiday in The Netherlands. Credit union membership takes leap NATAL (HNS) The Fernie and District Credit Union re- cently held a drive for new members in the Sparwood area and is now relocating its of- fices at Sparwood. During the last three weeks about 175 new members have been added. Offices have been temporar- ily established on the main floor of tlie new building. Even- tually the offices will be relo- cated to the basement. Co-incident with the move ot the Credit- Union to Sparwood, Kaiser Resoiui-cs Limited agreed to in a pay- roll deduction scheme where- by credit union members can deposit savings through payroll deductions. At present such de- ductions amount to about ono per pay. Mrs. Norma Turner is the manager of the credit union. Office hours at Eparwood are from 10 a.m. to p.m. Tues- day, Wednesday and Thursday. Friday the hours are 10 a.m to p.m. Saturday the office will be open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Fernie office, which will be closing in about three weeks, is continuing to open for about two hours each Saturday until it is finally closed. The local credit union has assets of about and a total membership of about 250. At the present mt.mbership level it offers a savings and loan service, but as the mem- bership grows, the services will be extended to chequing ser- vices and full hank service. The share value is set by law at and all deposits arc iuarantccd by the Central Cre- lit. Union. Officers are John Dcsjardins, president; Len Bourne, secre- tary; Bill Coll, vice-president; Ezner DeAnna, treasurer, and Norma Turner, manager. The credit and loan commit- tee, which" approves or recom- mends all loans mode by the credit union, comprises Len Bourne, Jimmey Caldwell and Robert Swaney. STARTS THURSDAY-9 SHARP! Just look at the features in this beautiful RCA Model LBX80. if 3 Cycle Operation Reversible Chopping Block Rinse Clean Dispenser if Twin Soap Dispenser! 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