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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THI LfTHKlOGE HERALD Morch 1971 Baltersea WI backs community 40 years of service B MARIE SOKGARD Herald News Service IRON SPRINGS A tale of 40 years of community service i unfolded when Nolan reviewed the history of the Bat tersea Womens Institute at its 40h anniversary birthday par ty It was held at the home of and Bernard Watson A pioneer it is still providing community ser vice It lends support to the Picture Butte sponsors the Lethbridge North ern 4H Beef providing trophies and hosting the annual In addition the organization supports the Lethbridge North ern Busy Bees Girls Club for which it provides Gifts are purchased for Johnson and Clara tients in menial and 1 of Lethbridge and this year plans are afoot for I Haney of Iron th provision of equipment for Another charter arthritis paiients at the Picture I Goodyear of Bow Is Butte Hospital land was unable to Present to mark the 40th Haney has maintained niversarv were three of the an active membership through charter out the 40 years during which j time she has held several pro vincial positions and one occa sion attended the Associated Country Women of the World Conference at The W held a card party at the home of and Trendy Prizes for high scores were uon by Gill and while Anderson and Harvie were awarded consolation The next whist party will be of By Wteekes million hit b council Milliken seeks seat TABER HNS Milliken tossed his hat into the political ring recently when he announced his intention to seek a seat on the town left vacant when Stanley Hunt moved from Milliken is a local imple ment dealer and has been ac tive in numerous community oriented Nominations close at 12 noon March and elections will be if neces four weeks later on Wed April With a beer lounge plebiscite now called for the same ratepayers will go to the polk whether or not there is an elec tion for TAPE SALE Regular C AC MUSICLAND 13th and 3rd TABER HNS Town coun cil is protesting the recent an nouncement of the provincial i neid Aprji j at the home government to fix the tnunici jjr jjrs pal assistance giant fund at i 1 S33 Previouslv the grant fund has been onethird of the oil and gas royalties received by the Council has already register General hospital CLARESHOLM HNS The Claresholm Municipal Hos pital will be known as the Claresholm General Hospital ed its opposition to Premier j and e open to my resident of Harry Strom and Douglas j the same as any gen TaberWarncr eral hospital in the Council voted to support the j opposition being presented by j the Alberta Urban Municipali ties Association and will be rep resented at a special meeting of AUMA called for Chateau April Delegated to represent the town are Mayor Arthur Avery along with councillors Kenneth McDonald and John or alternates should any of these be unable to at tend Cascades win BELLEVUE CNP Bureau Crowsnest Pass Cascades won the Alberta juvenile C title in a twogame total goal series played in the Pass Cascades defeated the Medely Cold Lake Air Force Base juveniles winning the game at Blairmore 93 and at Bellevue RANDY SHAW BOB ELLLNGSON Taber Troop patrol leaders Mark Garner and Robert Ellingson have display ed a high degree of leadership in the assisting in win ning the regions Golden Tent Peg Award during the past camping They are also leaders in fun and Seemingly sleepy Randy Shaw just couldnt stand the bright lights of Ross Gibbs Spring is Now you can start thinking of those outdoor By the moccasin telegraph I hear that Iron Springs Cubs have been earning a fine num ber of Akela Van den Brooke and district com missioner Jim Foreman are very happy about the achieve Good going Some of you know about the Anglican who was recently honored by being raised to the highest posi tion of his primate of the Anglican Church of Can You will not be too sur prised to hear how highly he regards the Boy Scout move Here is a story of a won Think a bit about Think a bit And Labatts MARK GARNER derful good turn he did for the boys attending the and Yukon Jamboree in 1966 at The ScoutcraJt sec tion of the Jamboree program was in search of something that would serve as a souvenir of a happy something that they could make Bishop then of the Koot enay sent a whole bar rel of sEces of ground This has a beautiful reddish in fact nowhere else does this reach tiee The Scouts var nished and branded these slices with the branding irons sup plied by Scouter Peter Collins of What a souvenir of the Adventure Jam boree A speaker from Tabcr will be present at a meeting slated to be held in the Grassy Lake community Centre kitchen to night at It is hoped at this time to get plans under way to form a Cub Pack for Grassy Interested parents are urged to The Uplands Base near Ot tawa received the Mjnarski Memorial Trophy as top rank ing for its youth recreation pro This trophy is named for Andrew Mynarski of an RCAF ace who won the Victoria Twenty five Stirling Cub Scouts made a visit to the Ca nadian Armoury and Finley of Lethbridge showed the Arctic gear the military uses and explained how to keep warm and nourished in this cold Demonstrations of the various types of the radio and types of ve hicles used were The Cubs gave the Grand Howl and cheers in appreciation of this Congratulations to Taber Venturers who received their Queens Scouter Bob Lowe of Card slon stepped down after two years as president of the re gional He will shortly become an assistant regional commissioner with E 1 d r e d Successor is Scouter Maurice Mitchell who formerly was Akela of the Fourth Leth bridge A Our new presi dent is well known on the Im peesa We wish him all the Over in Vulcan the years as leaders put in by Scouter Jerry Wylie and his Ruth Ri 17 in were ac knowledged to the full when they regretfully withdrew from the movement last This according of honors came as part of Scout Week Jerry was a Cub and later a Scout years back in He won Ills Gilwell beads at Sjlvan Lake jears His pack won the Golden Tent His service was from his sisters from Brothers Ted and Tom were a re serve of manpower to help when his often scned as camp fins family was in Cun bmg and likely always will be Scouts and Cubs of Fort Mac Irod had a memorable potluck supper with some 120 guests in attendance during Scout District Commissioner Lew Blair tahced to the assembly on setting of goals in life and striv ing to meet Scouter Petiot conduct ed the horseshoe and inspection Akela Albert and assis 1 int na drier imestcd luo Now Chums and introduced ac tivity games which included the parents Troop Scoukrs arc Iotinl and Doug pack scoiilcrs arc Lola Anna Ray mond Grrvah and Pliil Hod Good all EXPECTED TO DOUBLE Ontario Hydros vliioli reached inoio than mil lion in arc expeckd to during Ihis Sate New Shipment Just Arrived An exceptional collection tailored in pure wool by a leading Canadian New Spring Fashion Stripes Suit yourself and strike it rich choose from Ihe smarf 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