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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SO - THI UTHIRIDOI HIRAID - Monday, March IS, 1971 Scout awards presented at annual regwnal meet By LARRY BENNETT Herald Staff Writer Two area boy scouts received the highest scouting award before becoming Venturers a tthe 7th annual meeting ft the Southern Alberta regional Council of the Boy Scouts of Canada Saturday night in Lethbridge. Queen's Scout Recognition Certificates were presented to Ryan. MacDonnell of the Card* stem Troop and Leon A. Kemp of the 4th Lethbridge Troop. Six area scouts also re- Changing self to service scouting aim, says Halmrast L. C. Halmrast, former Alberta minister of welfare, told the 7th annual meeting of the Southern Alberta Regional Council of the Boy Scouts of Canada Saturday, "the aim of boy scout training is to replace self with service, a boy scout Milk hearing on April 21 A public hearing into proposed minimum retail and wholesale milk prices will be held April 21, 9:30 a.m. at the Lethbridge Court House. The Alberta Public Utilities Board will bear presentations at the hearing including any from public or private concerns. The increase in the minimum prices of milk if approved will be determined by the Public Utilities Board. The increase is Division of Silverwood Dairies Co - op Ltd. and Union Milk Division of Silverwood Danes both of Lethbridge. Milk prices now are 27 cents a quart wholesale .for two per cent milk, 28 cents retail for two per cent, 29 cents a quart wholesale homogenized and 30 cents a quart retail homogenized. Women guests of chamber The Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce will entertain about 25 women at a special meeting in the Gas Company Auditorium tonight at 7:30 in an attempt to get more participation by female members on the various chamber committees. Chamber Manager Wilf Bowns said the meeting is designed to get the opinions of several women on the possibility of forming a committee for women, or to get more active participation by them on existing committees. Business jotting Steve Dob ay, president of United Motors Car and Trailer Rentals in the city, was to leave Saturday for Toronto to attend a meeting of the Canadian Dealer Advisory Council to American Motors. Mr. Dobay is Alberta representative on the council and is also its recording secretary. Check Copitoll Before You Buy! CARPET and UNO (Complete Installations!) Free Estimates! No Obligation! PHONE 327-8578 Capitol Furniture "The Carpet House of the South" is trained to function individually. Few organizations have had a better record in meeting their aims than the Boy Scouts of Canada." Volunteers, said Mr. Halmrast, are important in the successful operation of any service group. Without the help of the many hard working volunteers and the co-operation of all the members' of the boy scouts we could not have a successful movement. Youth is the period of build ing habits, hopes and faith; it is a time when decisions must be made, only after those decisions are made is the true character of a person found, said Mr. Halmrast. It is important for youths to make the right decisions, then the remaining character will be one for all to take pride in, Mr. Halmrast said. Scouting best serves the youth as a preventive social service, it giv