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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PRICES EFFECTIVE Fri. and Sat. Nov. 12th and 13th Wtdnndcry, Nov.ml.tr 10, THE [HHBRIDCt HEFAIO 23 SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL INDEPENDENT GROCER GET PERSONALIZED SERVICE! WE HAVE SPECIAL PRICES ON CASE GOODS Swift'i Prem HONOR ROLL-lf you can't remember what Nov. 11 stands for think. This Honor Roll has been placed in the Nobleford Legion Hall. Luchia Photo Could be rlenrina house on drug information __________----------------- Coffee house discussed Nabob Reg. Grind Alia. While Granulated Laundry Detergent Israel By PAUL ANDERSEN CLARESHOLM (HNS) A gi-oup of about 20 young peo- ple decided there was not much to do in Claresholm and no place to go once their money was spent in the cafes or bowl- ing alleys. The thought came to them that a coffee house might be an answer. They also felt that the drug situation was causing some problems and a drug seminar and an information centre would serve a real need in the town. They talked it over and decided to go right to the top. C.A. Weekes A delegation appointed "action" contact Coat-' dale. Things are really humming there with all the activities and the involvement of leaders, boys and group committee. who rent such equipment, dc Years back yours truly en-risaged a ski course during tl army days. A rough disappoint- h ment it 'was to find out that It iny involvement on my part Even the town council got in- to put for Scout Hall time to good advantage, it Get in on a Hunter's Safety a ments. Other sources of aid are being Investigated, says David Dyck. All labor will be donated Course. You Adven- d Hirers and older Scouts will w :ind many opportunities to get in on a local course sponsored d the committee. When finished the hall a Fish and Game group, a Junior Fore it Wardens .and c be an integral part of local bodies interested in p Sportplcx and of inestimable value to Cubs asd Scouts. Some BO Cubs are outdoors and gun safety. c A course of this nature in- t month. The successful bottle drives will continue to supply funds towards the impending knowledge of wildlife of o all kinds and a broad knowledge of information relative to the r hunting of all kinds. Add to this t tures The Recreation Hoard is considering the inclusion of pack and troop space in fie Sport-plex. Good luck. kev points of survival train-inn. You will never be sorry to j get in on something so broad and comprehensive as this. Many years ago a thought of 10 new Venturers in and connected with First Taller with old friends Scmiter Dim Fisher and Hill Nagy at impressed through Scouting, that of personal thankfulness and the act of expressing thanks for benefits already re- ccived. This includes so many t helm. A total of 15 boys have been working "like the dickens" for their Pioneer Award and the requisite achievement from Thanksgiving Church Services to Grace at meals, even simple courtesy and the adult custom of "tbank- challenge badges. It is pleasant to note that some six Religion and Life badges were among these, their presentation being made by Bishop Keith Francis. Keep up the good work, Scout-ers and boys of First Tabt-r! It is always a pleasure to find out that certain goixl notes. One well known example is the famous "23 Thankful Villages" of Britain whose warring menfolk all returned from the holocaust of the First World War. But each of us ean be thankful for health am strength, our homes and loved have been Cubs and later Scouts in their younger days. One cannot help but relate the programs of Scouting with the values long-attached from the side of friendship. 11 was only rccentlv that we found that Rov Cope, principal of Matthew Halton High in Piiicher Creek, had been with the movement back in good old Lancashire. To us, British We can be thankful for every one of those whose contributions put us where we are today doctors, clergymen, teachers, Akdas and Scoutcrs. Do not wait until our friends are gone 1 (o express gratitude. Show by co-operation and ready appreciation that we value them and their gift of themselves to us. Good hunting, all! has always been closer to Founder and of enduring calibre. It is easy to sec that i ,.7, some of this rubbed off on Sir. ff Ol n, Cope. One lovely thing about all this present snow is that, those seeking instruction towards success skiing badges have an present opportunity. Nor do the winter (CAT Buroaul Crowsncst Pass Ski Club enthusiasts need to wait a successful work bee on longer. For the sport of hill this past weekend and there are far ir.oio sources considerable amount of ne- good instruction now work was completed. pasv reach today than in work bees will continue Sunday until all work is While Ihe initial cost of All interested per- equipment tends to he a are urged to turn out to prohibitive, you must, realize that bv close contact with the club. The club is requesting that equipment ngoncics one can acquire skis, boots and operators and lo-boganners please refrain from Inrklo needed at the end of llio ski slopes with their season most reasonably and soon made a call on the mayor. They explained their needs and in" short time Mayor Ernie Patterson rounded up a group of leading citizens, min- isters, doctors, Rotary and Lion's club and police mem- bers and they met around the council table "at the town hall. One young man remarked: "I never expected such a won- derful turnout." The young people presented their proposals for a coffee house kind of drop in centre. It would be policed by the youths themselves and drugs, liquor and fighting would be strictly forbidden. "We know if it wasn't kept clean of drugs and alcohol it would be closed down." We need a place to go which wouldn't cost too much." They admitted there was a drug problem in the town and seminar would help to over- come it. The Roman Catholic priest, Father O'Riorden w a s 5uick to come up with a solu- LUNCHEON MEAT COFFEE SUGAR TIDE XK FACIAL TISSU Soup Mix Evaporated Milk Apple and Strawberry Jam Baby Dills 12 or. net wt. tins 1 Ih. wt. bag %f V I'19 1 10 Ib. net wt. bag .89 5 Ib. net. wt. box Kleenex, Asstd. Colon Stuart House, Chicken Noodle, Poly Pak of 5 100 per 2 01. net wt. pkgs. for 1 w %J for Alpha, 2% 15 01. tins for Siiverkist, with Pectin 48 01. tin 24 oz. jar JERUSALEM (Reuter) Is- rael now feels that the United States shares equal responsibil- ity with Egypt for the current deadlock in attempts to reach an interim agreement on the opening of the Suez canal. Israeli leaders have made it clear in speeches that Washing- withholding .ion by offering either hall a church-owned building for as a temporary coffee house. They could use it free of charge for a month to "prove themselves" and a more permanent location could be found after that. Sergeant W. Gecd of the R.C.M.P. assured the doctors and clergy present that his or- ganization would not approach them for any information to breach then- confidence when councilling the young people. Another member of the Police had earlier talked to the Ro- tary Club and suggested there should be a place for the young people to go to get off the BE FREE Several people at the meeting agreed that the young people should be free to organize the thing themselves without inter ference. When one minister suggested that there should 1> some religious counselling hi was quickly told by anothc minister that "lhat would kil it it's a sociological quef tion and not a religious one. I must be kept strictly secular.' A committee was quicklj formed with Father Ted Clark of Ihe St. John's Anglican Church as chairman and the were given Ihe job of organiz ing a drug seminar and irsc again Nov. 18, at the Town Hall to report on their pro ;rcss. Sgt. Good remarked that seminar on drugs would be o great value, there is a definil interest, he sai.d and many par cnts were recently surprised t learn that their children ha been taking drugs. Other members on the com mittee are Dr. Larry Hooge vene, Fred Norgard, David An dcrson and Jerry Potts. Mayor Patterson said he was concerned about (lie drug sit- uation because some of the samples which had been test- ed contained strychnine. He thanked the citizens for their community spirit in coming out to the meeting and the young people for trying lo improve their situation and overcome the drug problem. Fred Morgan! outlined some plans for the future such as re- I cycling of waste products. Phantom planes from Israel, in an apparent effort to please Egypt, can only result in scut- tling the U.S. "initiative for a anal agreement. They have also stressed that icy will not accept Washing- change in a o-between offering only its ood offices to a mediator mak- ;g its own suggestions. But it is the problem of the 'hantom jet bombers, which Is- ael has been unsuccessfully lying to acquire for several months, that is regarded in Je- as the major stumbling jlock to the revival of the Suez alks in New York under the auspices of Assistant State Sec- etary Joseph Sisco. At "a meeting Nov. 1 between 'remier Golda Heir and U.S Ambassador Walworth Barbour srael asked that the supply o 'hantoms be resumed prior to the start of any negotiations. VARNS U.S. In the most outspoken state- ment to date, Israeli Deputy Premier Yigal Allon bluntlj warned Washington that his na tion could not participate in an) negotiations while it is being de- prived of Phantoms. In a radio interview, Allon said: "The U.S. should make n mistake. Under an embargo w shall not agree to negotiate." It is impossible to overesti mate the emotional side of th Phantoms issue in Israel, apar from the military and politica significance. The country is convinced tha Washington promised Cairo no to supply the Phantoms in rf turn for" Egypt's agreement t go along with the U.S. initiativ for a canal agreement. The Israelis are equally con vinced the Americans are usin the planes to pressure them int making concessions in the terms for the opening of the canal. The government's determina- tion to insist on the Phantoms has been hardened by reports of Orange Juice 9 7oc York, swtd ........48 01. tins A tor I 7 Pineapple orc crushed, sliced 14 oz. tins V for V J Cream Corn 5 f.r 99C Q Aylmer F pfitJS ..........1" 01. tins J for Mayfair Foods Dairy and Frozen Products Cheese Whiz Kraft 16 fl. oz. jar Solo, Colored 3 Ib. net wt. pkg. O7I, AQf f. i Orange Juice Mixed Vegetables Shores, Frozen p 6 a 3 for Bum., Frozen 2 Ib. net wt. bag i Highliner, Batter Crisp, "TO- HlleiS Frozen 16 oz. not wt. pkg. 7C We Invite You to Try Our Meats "The Best in Town" foods Choice Ca Per Ib. Riblets Hocks 29' Jubilee Beef Sausages Boneless Leg-O-Pork __ IK f Ground Fresh Hou Ground Beef Groat for that Quick Meal! Netted for Roasting Ground Fresh Hourly! a massive flow of Soviet weap- ons into Egypt and Syria. What Israel's position on the problem of an interim agree-! ment would be if the supply of Phantoms is resumed is open to question. Both Mi's. Moir and Allon have made it clear lhat Israel has no intention of compromis- ing its vital security needs in return for the planes. lilasl claims nine children JAKARTA (Renter) Nine children were killed and seven others we.re injured in an explo- sion at a fireworks factory at Siiruh in central Java, the Kni news agency reported Monday. The children were playing around Ihe factory when the ex- plosion occurred. Mayfair Foods Produce 7 ''Flavour Fresh" Cabbage Onions ORANGES Apples Green, Alto. Grown, Con. No. 1 Can. No. 1 Mod Yellow Cookers Fancy B.C. Delicious or Spartans 642 13th St. N., Lethbridge Phone 328-5742 FREE CITY DELIVERY! Monday, Tuesday, Saturday 9 a.m. 6 p.m. Wednesday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Thursday, Friday 9 a.m. 9 p.m. ;