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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta __________Saturday, Novem' ber 77, 1971 _ THE IEIHBRIDCE ilCSALS 2 WOOD'S cvs and hoys ciinino Hills Dlslricl! Under Ihe direction of Scuiil- tr Lew Illiilr things are hap- pening. Progress in pack and troop, adventure with the M'n-j...... turers and training courses] m5y havc ill with the leaders all spell AC-' on minds. Have any badge Don't forge! there If the MIOW gels deep just Ihink of (iood King Wcnceslas and CAIillV ON. II is bet, that Cubs Scouts and Venturers are phu ing hockey. Is no one issuing any challenges? secretaries been plagued with him- a run on the "team player dreds of others in the region Jusl a reminder. who want lo sec these World Jamboree slides Don't Jorgel the old maxim thai. "It is ter to build boys than lo mend mm." Porcupine Mills! Rood going! From Foremost comes a hap- py note from Akcla Wallman! The letterhead with the prong- horn antelope is a joy to see A certain young man who had Crh and Scout foundation is now "doing his thing" in gra- phic arts. Yon ought to see Ins Christmas cards. fellows lie good sports win, draw or lose. On.r a column we as! ed leaders to send favorite "openings" and "do-, ings" for campfires. Please send these along to Box M Cowlev and you will receive our blessings. These are to pass on lo new Scouters and Aku i Thanks, kind friends! The Fourth Edmonton have a on their neckn there are j chiefs, the Sixth Kdmont.u, ihe old carols for vow Sc-j fine 1.'ding unusual customs) nt.1 .1 f ___ inorinrc led toys for the Scouts and Venturers to mend and paint. When Ihe chilly winds blow you lucky lads will be appre- ciated as errand-runners and message-carriers. Remember, you do Ihesc things without Cttaldnle 4-11 presenled al C'OALl.'ALK (IINSi animal ami nipht nf the Mhhridgoi'oal dale Hoof I'h'h v-as held f rcnlly at U'lhliridgo. Dinner was sci-vnl 1" "bout Kill member-: and guests Nim Sugimoto, leader of the club introduced Hie past and newly-elected executive. Hi hliEii ing the evening was the pitsentalion of trophies: Club champion calf trophy cl H..SI kept record- award wa. lo Naomi Siiglinoln by Mr. Cio'br.-ohl died by Mnilcd Fccd- year efficiency (Pvard recipient' was Garry II by Mr Scoti ol ih'e Uoyal I.ethbridge Kff.cicncy trophy senled lo P a I Bonllon by I Mcf'ray: donated by the Hank of Montreal in Coal- dale. rohn-od photograph o! Ulllt) cnauipnni vmi I lie COIOM.M I i was presented lo Richard lira- Hub champion (ca f amI cnv nV( In I Niwn of the Circen ben was presented to Hichaid Aii'mal'Clinic. liranao bv Bill Oiafson and K-.ervc champion calf went, to Pat Sholoean i f.MIDS'I'ON The Chief Mountain Health I'mt will hold its regular [ire-school and adult c..... lor December as fol- HUMAN RIGHTS Peter Cre well left and Elmer Horn on of the Alberta human rigjb Lh. take ,o the blackboard durin9 recent wecMong senes on human for of Andrew, High School Coa'dalc The purple of he on ,0 explain the funcban of the Alberta h uman right, bianch and clanf> the rights of iu nUnni nrpiudico and individuals regarding jobs and housing. Students discrimination regarding these, and other m otters informed about prejudice and llu-> I" folks or younger leaders bend heart, ing under the load cf and assignments, take keep on the good fight! Soon comes the Christinas holiday and after that you can i always go back to your studies for -A rest. Having had the, course we know the trials and tribulations. Believe us. in the long run you'll be glad you Linn trophy di I v is presented by 'Inum.i- rhanman of Chapman Fann- P 1 showman first. L'h re- Sum molo and second. Do u g Migimotfl, presented by .John isrknal, donated by ,1. M. mis Club winner for public Mi-ikig was Connie Ihe tiophy was presented by I ed Hi mac and donated by Pnhch Auction. j W nnci of th? judging com- petition was Pat Boillton. Pre- 11 it n was made hy Vern of the Ventura Hotel. Best late of gain award went 10 Smith. It was present- ed bv .Jim McGregor and don- 'aicd'bv Canada Packers. den'aied by SouHvrn Feeds. Pat P.m'ilton thanked all Iro- phv dnnors. Miss Janet Anderson rcprc senlalivc for Hi'1 depart- men' presented leaders Mm fiigimoio and Don Roullon with five--, car leaderships cerlifi- cat'.s lic-g Kcsslcr, well-known ro- deo participant and supplier of ca'lle for the Lcthbndge and Calsary rodeos was the speak- er 'ills informative talk abort redoes cantiired the inlcreq ol all nrc-cnt The speaker was introduced by lioberta Wright. 'Tom Chanmiin. former lead- er and still very interested in 1-11 activities. wa.-> intaduced bv Don Bculton. CAHNSTON T h u r sdays fn.m in lo a.m. and to p.m. at the MD Build- ing in ihe clinic office. if may be some time hut sooner or later we'll hear of it. Who was it lhat had a bill ,.....a reading: "Five comes and five stuck it out goes at fifty cents a Hunting, IMagralli-Cardslon School Band thrills ainlicMiec al Garden Cily MAG1UTH The' man Forum. Soul Explosion Mienlh C-.vdston School! and other numbers were per- Drescntcd a roi-ing con- formed and the enthusiastic au- SrT.Win.ho duccd an electric m a g n i vox v-hich amplified his trombone to sound like a tuba. The Band and spectators enjoyed the un- Loire seek SPARWOOD (HNSi- Nonn-1 11: Andrew Krall and nation papers have been filed fornis mu< by Iwo candidates for the up- j (0 the municipal coming municipal election Dec. by 10 a.m. Monday, Nov. ?J. Recreation seeks support Bonanza Deceiislx-r 1 lo aid hand MAGnATH iHXSl Band pan-ills and supporters are sponsoring a Bonam-.i Xicht in Ihe form of a Fair Dec. 4 in Ihe Magrath Elemen- tary School gymnasium. Supper will be rowc'l :'l p m Booths will fe.-tnrc (jamfis. fish porV. baking. Christmas pudding, candy, pop- corn halls, jams, jellies, and dairy products. Magrath-C.inlslon Marching Band has been invited to parli- cipate in parades and competi- tions in Edmonton. Calgary. U-lhbridgo. Raymond and Ore- gon Funds raised al the Bo- will he used by Red Skelton was also a fa- vorite. In conclu s i o n. Mr. Hunter called [last-president Donald Hamilton lo lead the hand in its favorite March. El Capitan. Much to his surprise, Mr. Hunter was then wescnlcd will) a giant birthday cake by Ibe Band Mothers' Association. The new band executive was introduced hy Hunter as follows: president. Ricky Hill- mer- vice-president, Ricky Bui- lock: secretary, Christine Marker and assistants Burns Alston and Virginia Bennett. SPAKWOOD (HNSi The recreation society here will start its drive for pledges Dec. Cam will call on all homes willr.u the area. They j will havc pledge forms that can be used for payroll deduc- tions or forms specified donor's ac banks to debit amount from the count. The committee hopes to have all the pledge forms rcturnct to them hy the Dec. 12. All funds raised by the pledges will he used for the "roll cienuc-i authorizing 1 new recreation complex here. i'tlo AT TROPHY WINNERS Coaldale 4-H Bee f Club Irophy Sugimolo, Garry and Naomi back ro front row frc Tyml liKI, BOMTA, Die. from 2 to li p.m. at the school. lllLl-SPfilNr; Ucc. II, from to 11 a.m. at the church.'.ltTON PAI1K m-day. Dec. n. Irom 1 to p.m. at Ihe Lion's Hall. Wednesday, Dec. 22. from 11 to n a.m. at the school. Granson elected by students mAI.DAUC illSSi The junior high student union coun- cil of R. 1. Baker School, Coal- dale for the 1971-72 term in- cludes Sandra Vaselenak. vice- piesident; F.wald Granson, Elizahoth Rohison, secrelan- and Diane Oshiro, treasurer. Cithers involved Don Scheilke. staff counsellor; Deynn Harrison, business man- ager- Don Tsujiura, spoils con- Ray Friesea. assistant heasurer; DonaJd Wright, pub- licity director; Faith Takeda, social convener and Mrs. Lor- raine Hill, staff counsellor. Class representatives are: Nago: 7B Cam- Fargo: 7C Karl Marten: 7D j Pam Brown; 8A Ellen iBoone; SB Irene Sera: 3C Blair Frache; 8D Rudy Granson; 9A Joanne Ilruska; 9B Renna Sollenback; K Jacob S'leinhrenner; ajid 9D Diane Boullon. nanza Niphi cover expense HKTI.'UNR HOME SPAKWOOD I HNS i Mrs. M Walmsley. a recent visitor al Ihe home of her son and daughter-in-law and family has returned to her home to si Preston, Lancashire, En- gland. ceremony wcl- Kllie -I a m c s, Bruce Decoux. Ben dee. Ceorgc Praffin, Mrs. Dciiise S'rctcb, Sieve Mills, noherl Sirctch. Hay Pitt. Granl Frier, .ludi Snnwdcn and Mrs. Lorraine Straalhoff into ibe lerchinc profession and the ATA was held recently in the Horace Allen School. S.'ipcrintondcnl Paul Iwk was welcomed as an a sncwte member of Ilic ATA. Speakers al the even ueie William Brooks of Raymond. sc.iilhweslcrn Alberta teathcis representative to the provm- cirl executive council: Ciows nest Consolidated High Vh( o! principal Eric Price and presi dent of the local 1 1 ATA. Bill Cousins of Leth- i bridge. Work IK-US us on hunk BKI.M-'Vl'E K'NP Groundwork on the new building I" house i he Royal Bank of Canada has begun in The new premises, expected to be open next year, will be 24 by feet in size and will b." creeled by Shorn t n line lion of Calgarv. The building will be located in the former schml grounds north of Ihe present Municipal Buiiding. It has not ye! been disclosed what will be done with the i present bank building. SUGIMOTO AND BOUtTON HONORED Portable Equipment Ltd. PRE-CHRISTMAS SPECIAL! PORTABLE ALL-METAL STOCK RACKS Built lo fil any Vi ton truck Ptico SPECIAL Pricf pffcetivs until Drc. 1 5th 653-3534 CARDSTON Chnslimis. concert Dec. 12 CObKMAN1 iCXP Bureau) The Crowsnest Pass Choral So- eicty will hold its a n n n al concert in the llor- nee Allen .School here Dec. 12. i The public1 concert will fea- ture selections by the choir as well as a number of solos by lo- cal JKTSOUS and some selections by Mrs. Malanchuk's school choir. Mrs. Kay is arranging I for the carols. Croicsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vemon Decoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore Phone 565-2149 Kccrealion complex sd TRADITK RveWhisl n ill N S) .lohnj YVa'mslcv, chairman of Ihe Sparuooil recrealion commis- s'on. has announced the pro- suhmitled !v. Biiilrl- j ins Sales Limited of Oalgan to build a recreal i o n complex here accepted by his com- miltec .it a recent meeting. Mr. did no! divulge financial details or proposed building schedules, Egan Tensveltil of Western Di'sign Associalcs has been re- quested lo v.ork closely wilh Hie successful coriiractor to provide the committee wilh in- 1 formation reR.-M-ding final ciwts i and pha.Miig of Ihe operation SUPFRB FARM I-AND FOR SALE 960 Acres, Onp Chunk I'l milrs bv 1 "ild NO BUILDINGS Priced to Sell! Tn tllis piopeity ConkKt GIBBS REALTY Phone 757-3820, BARONS When final data has been re- ccivcd and deci.sioiis made re- ganiing the phasing, fiirlher m- fermation will he available. BIG BAND BONANZA IN THE FORM OF A COUNTY FAIR-DEC, 4th At Ihe MAGRATH GYM Stalling with hy Ganies-Fish P Christmas Contly supper cit 5 p.m., followed nd-Activities for young ond old. nnd Goods be sold. These Are Ike lethbridge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area NATAL, B.C. PAUL CHAIA LOMOND MRS tEONARD CHASE HULL Cenerol Delivery P.O. Box 287 General Delivpry WE.KES STAVELY MRS. VIOLET CtANCY CRANBROOK RON POWEtt i The Courier Contact these peopV, fo, your Oistritl New. o, Classified Advertising .elirement li'l'i coupon nniV MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7tli Street South, Lethbridge Phone 328-5548 Hit-Hit It. J Injiir ictucnirnt ;