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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Salurdoy, September 19, 1970 THC LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Scouters Prepare Program By KOSS G1CB Herald News Service TABER Seven ot tlic eight scouting groups o[ Flallands district were represented at an orientation meeting for spon- sors held recently at St. Theo- dore's Anglican Church hall, home base for Fourth Taber Troop. Robert D. Low, president of the southern regional council, discussed the structure of the movement in Canada, parti- cularly emphasizing the role of the district and regional coun- cils in providing services to meet the needs of scouting. Mr. Low said that the south- ern region represents 12 dis- tricts and comprises two rep- resentatives from each, and talked of con-elation between the three levels of scouting ad- ministration region, district and group. Arranging the meet- ing and acting as its chairman was William S. Hedd of Grassy Lake, district group co-ordina- tor. District vice president Earl II. ELlingson, Taber, long-time s c o u t e r, reviewed recent changes in scouting under the Scouts '68 program which are aimed at invigorating the move- ment and in training boys in worthwhile service to others based on present day experi- ences and environment. He said that "self determina- tion" is basic at all levels of the movement, so that impor- tant and meaningful programs can be developed retaining the original principles of scouting. "We want to be prepared to give you what you want, using the human and physical re- sources of the he told the sponsor heads. Orientation of new scouters on invitation, and on an indi- vidual basis, was discussed. Also participating at the meeting were regional rice- president Claude Leeks who discussed the financial aspects of scouting, and district presi- dent Mrs. Jeanne Schnell who explained the responsibility of groups toward the District and tire services offered by the Dis- trict to group committees. Others joining the discussions were district commissioner Chris Rodgers of Hays; recent- ly of Taber, Colin T. Oddie of Fifth Taber, district secretary- treasurer Barry Ormston. Stress was laid on interesting all of the boys of eligible age .in the district through affilia- tion with existing troops or the organization of non-denomina- tional groups. It was noted that scout troops at Hays and Vaux- NATURE'S EMBROIDERY Molher nalu re spins a lacy pattern against a backdrop of grey concrete provided by man in his eff orts to spread mounlain waters Jo -thirsty agricultural acres. The spillway at ihe Wat erlon River damsite carries overflow water from the reservoir above back into the orig inal course of the river. Stored water is diverted via a canal network and river cou rses into the St. Mary's River reservoir and into multiple irrigation systems across south ern Alberla- Ross Gibb photo New Building Being Sought By Police COALDALE (IIKS) Coa! Jale town council will conside the proposal made recently b the police commission Lo ac quire property for a polic building. Auxiliary Commended By Board hall will shortly come into op- eration after some period of dormancy. The aim of the Boy Scouts of Canada is to help boys de- velop as resourceful and responsible members of the community by providing oppor- and 'guidance for their mental physical, social and spiritual development. The principles of scouting are "to love and serve God, to res- pect and act in accordance with human dignity and rights of individuals, and to recognize obligation on self to develop and maintain potential." More District Ou Page 15 COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale Community Hospita Women's Auxiliary met recent Jy to hear a letter of apprecia lion from the hospital board. The board expressed grati hide to the auxiliary for assis tance it has given the hospital It stated the hospital board had planned and negotiated foi tire past 3 years to obtain portable x-ray machine. With the assistance received1 from the auxiliary last spring the dream became a reality. The auxiliary's fall tea ant bazaar was set for Wednesday Nov. 18. Members Mrs. James Oshiro. Mrs. James McQuillan am Mrs. David Goertzen will bake Christmas cakes to be sold at the bazaar. The auxiliary wil supply the ingredients. Mrs. Ed Boehr is in charge of the picture embroidering. Mrs. Frank F. Wiens is in charge of ticket-making. The auxiliary plans to give the hospital after the fall tea and bazaar towards a Ges- tetner copy machine for office use. Lunch was served by Mrs. Frank F. Wiens and Mrs. Henry Unrau. ww. BACK! Bartletts Of P. Butte Celebrate PICTURE BUTTE Mr. and Mrs. Ernesl Bartlelt of Picture Butte recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at a banquet held at a popular Leth- bridge dining establishment. Their children sponsored the tin-key supper. Sixty relatives and friends were present. Head table guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bartlett, Mrs. Rose Bartlett, W. of KalispeU, Mont. George Galambus of Leth- bridge was master of c e r e- monies. Mrs. Claud Hartford told the story of the couple's life. Music for dancing was fur- nished by the Bill Loto Orches- tra COUNTRY NEWS These Are The Lethbridge Herald Correspondents In Your Area GRANUM MRS. ED. CESAR................. General Delivery GRASSY LAKE MRS. MARY TURNBULL General Delivery HILLSPRINC MRS. BERTHA WVNDER P.O. Box 174 PICTURE BUTT6 S. P. JOHNSON Gen. Del. RAYMOND MRS. DELIA WOOI.F Gen. Del. TURIN Mrs Paulin Juhar Phone Contact these people for your District News or Clnssifiad Advertising The property is adjacent to Graham's Garage which is on the east end of main street. The some of Ihe property but will need to con- duct some negotiations lo ob- tain a suitable parcel of land for the building. The police commission was earlier in contact with owners of empty business buildings in the town. None of these were accepted. The Coaldale Police Commis- sion also proposed to inviLs a number of recognized architect firms to present preliminary proposals for a new building. Anniversaries Marked By Anglican Church By MARY Heniltl News Service COALDALE The Anglican Church of the Ascension here was filled to overflowing for the recent service cclcbraling the 25lh anniversary of the Ang- lican Japanese Mission in Al- berta and the 15th anniversary of the parish here. Rt.-Hev. Morse L. Goodman, bishop of the Calgary Diocese, officiated. Assisting Bishop Good man were Canon G. G. Nakayama, vicar of the Coaldale church, Hev. Roy Crisfield, the rector of St. Augustine's Church, Leth- bridge, and Rev. R. R. Griffith, rector of St. John's Church, Pincher Creek. Archdeacon J. W. Carter of Medicine Hat acted as the bish- op's chaplain on this occasion. There were clergymen and friends from Taber, Cardst o n and Lethbridge who joined the congregation of both the Japan- ese Canadian and occidentals from Coaldale, Wilson Siding, Stirling, Raymond, Magrath, Lethbridge, Cranford, Taber, Vauxhali and Hays. The service was combined with Hie Apostolic Rite of Con- firmation. Bishop Goodman said Die Coaldale Parish was unique with its Japanese and occiden- tal combination of peoples. He commended the Canon Naka- yama for his sen' over Ihe many Hymns were sung in English and Japanese. Bishop Goodman challenged everyone to "Bet their life on Christ." He said it was more import- ant than ever to stand up for Christ. Rev. Nakayama welcomed all. lie was grateful for the growth of (he church from a very small beginning. Assis- tance had come from many out- side places including Calgary, South America and Japan. .The Rite o[ Infant Baptism was performed by Rt. Rev. Goodman when Laird Fredrick Farr, infant son of Dr. and Mrs. Name The Complex TABER (HNS) A contest was announced by the Taber Recreation Board by which an official name for the new rec- reation centre now nearly com- pleted will be selected. It is open lo residents of Ta- ber and the MD. The name submitted must be original and descriptive to en- compass the entire recreational facility. Suggestions arc to be placed in a sealed envelope addressed lo Name the Complex Contest, Box 2284, Taber. James Farr was Gixl- parcnls were Dr. and Mrs. James Oshiro and Charles W. Bryant. An informal reception after the service was enjoyed. Three Seeking Two Vacancies C I, A UK 3 HOLM (HNS) Three men were noir.inyted here to contest Lhc three on in October's elections. Dr. Duiinlcl Clark, a dentist, will seik re-election wilh contractor Floyd Norljy t and telegrapher Carmen Wal- j lace also in the running, lilcc- Ilion day is October H. COMMUNITY AUCTION SALES ASSOCIATION LTD. MIXED CATTLE SALES WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 23, AT 11 A.M. PINCHER STATION SALES YARD FAT AND FEEDER CATTLE 300 QUALITY FEEDER STEERS AND HEIFERS Including: 50 head from Jack Brown, Cranbrook, B.C. 50 head from Czieczic Bros. Burmis 25 Head Heifers and 20 2 year-old Sleeri From Gold Bros. Twin Bulls THURSDAY, SEPT. 24, AT 1.00 P.M. PARKBEND SALES YARD 350 TO 400 YEARLINGS Including: 100 head from R. H. Bennett, Twin Bulls 200 head from Frank Marr, Twin Sullc 35 head from H. B. Woodruff, Twin Bullo KEEP THESE DATES IN MIND MONDAY, SEPT. 2Blh-FEEDER SALE PINCHER WED, SEPT. 30th-CALF and YEARtlNGS CRANBROOK FRIDAY, OCT 2nd-MIXED PAKOWKI CONSIGN YOUR CATTLE EARLY Secrclnry-Treasurer-ED GRO55-627-22a5 Fieldnmn-DON FITZPATRICK-627-4083 Auclioneer-WARREN C. COOPER-Licence No. 3 BINGO CARDS NOW ON SALE! LIONS CLUB OF LETHBRIDGE 14th TOWN COUNTRY 1000 CO Proceeds towards LIONS CENTENNIAL PARK And Other COMMUNITY PROJECTS Here's How You Can Win! The PRIZE The firs) card with all numbers covered (black- will receive Ihe grand prlie of In the case of more than one blackout the winners may "playoff" or splil the prize. The BONUS PRIZE: for Ihe firit litter "L" (Down the "B" row ond acrosi the for first "X" (from corner to comer through Ihe centre both lor the first "squoro" oil number! filled down the "B" row, down the "O" row, acrosi the lop row and acron Ihe bottom The Bonus Priiei will be awarded to first correct cards according lo the rotation of numbers called. In the case of tie, prizes will be split. Bonus prize winners will have their cards returned to them to continue play- ing for Ihe Blackout prize. PLAY-AT-HOME NEWSPAPER WHEN YOU HAVE A WINNING CARD PHONE 327-3953 DAYS OR 327-4801 AFTER 6 P.M. IMMEDIATELY Plus EXTRA BONUS PRIZES of CASH EACH CARDS ONLY EACH GET YOURS EARLY AND WIN ONE OR MORE BONUS PRIZES HERE'S YOUR FIRST 15 NUMBERS G-57, N-36, 0-71, G-58, B-13, 1-17, N-40, B-7, 1-28, B-15, 0-67, 1-23, N-31. Additional numbers, plus all num- bers already called, will be published every Saturday in The Lethbridge Herald. Winners will be declared accord- ing to numbers called the com- mittee's decision is final! Here's Where To Get Your Cards: DISTRICT GRASSY Dayman> Lake Hall's Patent General Irrigation Brazzoni PICTURE BUTTE Wholesale Brazzoni Pint lovely Cigar Tire Sales Coffee Shop Cigar Drugs Blairmori Red and M. Gibbons and Son Club and Ann BOW PINCHER Salon Bow Island Lions Club Specially ENCHANT Trading Groceries 1 VAUXHALL Pay Appliances Walker's Bonnydalc Grocery Marquis Flower Shop Buyrile Men's Burdell GEM. Moltva Drug Men's Wear CARDSTON Temple. City FERNIE King Edward MILK RIVER Quinn Drugs NEW J STIRLING VULCAN Milchells Grocery Roydi Villcigo Grocery Kroli Norbridgo Sundries FORT MACLEOD A. NOBLEFORD Todds Red and While WRENTHAM Walls Cash ;