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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE September Navy League military air for discipline By JIM LOZERON Herald Staff Writer Appearances are sometimes deceiving at least where the military aura of the city's sea cadets is concerned says Ray Culley, member of the Navy League committee The military aura was pre- sent recently as the sea cadets kicked off a physical educa- tion class at Hamilton Junior High School Military appearances but not military goals savs Mr Culley who has worked for more than 10 years as an adult volunteer and as a member of the com- mittee The petty officer, a youth of about 18 called out the roll the real ritual but with fictitious names Robinson R the officer called The young lad stepped foward then snapped his legs together as he stood at atten tion Peters R the youngster in the back row responded with a quick response and a snap to atten tion Ship's company at-ten- tion the sharp call of the petty officer hit each syllable like a hammer V ou cant judge the organization by its military trappings says Mr Culley The procedures used, although they are borrowed from the military are used for completely different pur- poses than those of the armed forces he says A lot of people are hesitant to have their children join the Navv League because they associate the organization with the goals of the military The goals are not to foster a philosophy of war or mihtarj aggression but to develop in the youngsters self discipline and tolerance of others Mr Culley says most of the youngsters who join the Navy League do so because they are Just Arrived! PLANT NOW FOR SPRING! HOLLAND IMPORT BULBS Tulips Narcissi Hyacinths Crocus Pkg. Only 99 Call Gardening 327-5767 606-608 3rd Avenus S. Lethbridge looking for discipline and the Navy League provides this as well" as leadership training by using the military model as a vehicle Children come to sea one of three groups in the Navy League, "looking for discipline At their age they may not know what it is they are looking for, but even without being aware of the reason, they come to sea cadets For most of the children the training provides something which they do not get at home, says Mr Culley "The program of the armed forces is the finest program for training a person in self- he says "Why not use it to advantage9" The youngster who develops self discipline is able to lead others, he says "When a youngster snaps to attention he learns how to give authori- ty to someone he says The youngsters' leadership abilities are being used more and more in taking charge of activities of the three groups which make-up the organiza- tion the junior navy league, which this year comprises 60 boys age 11 to 13, the sea cadet group, about 50 boys 13 to 18 and the female equivalent made up of girls in the wrenette core of the same age This year there are about 30 members During the past two years, cadet-- says Mr Culley responsibility by replacing adult officers in taking charge of their own activities while the adult officers oversee the activities Sea cadets who train during the summer to become petty officers lead the physical training sessions which are only one part of the sea cadet program 'The role of the officer has been minimized by giving much of the authority to sea says Mr Culley Certified Dental Mechanic CLIFF BLACK, BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG Lower Leva! PHONE 327 2822 PARK'S-NEILSON'S Dry Cleaners Ltd. SUPERIO0 DRY CLEANING 311 6th St S and 1514A 9th Ave S PHONE 327-4141 327-5151 327-7771 hour service tailoring blocking and leather processing pleat drapery processing HEINITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS LTD. 324 9th St. Phone 328-1778 FOR YOUR COMPLETE WEDDING REQUIREMENTS AnnoiinppmcntB Invitions Bride Books Napkins Announcements Thank You Cards Matches (24 Hour Service If Necessary) We provide complimentary personalized head table place cards with each order1 FREE CUSTOMER PARKING Fall camp fire Lethbndge cubs scouts, leaders ar.d parer's gathered Friday ea-ly is advisee new members can still be accepted in evening at Indian Battle for a ra'l canof re gsorg Tne event several Cub packs and Scout troops spokesmen say helped kick-off a new year of Scout orograms m the Although Hospital personnel offered courses a I Jy, Two courses for hospital personnel will be offered in October by Lethbndge Com munity College s school of continuing education in co Horse branch director appointed Jack L Kerns has been ap pointed head of the newly formed horse industry branch of the department of agriculture In making the an- nouncement Hugh Horner agriculture minister said the establishment of the branch is a direct result of the tremen- dous growth in riding across the province Mr Kerns whose appoint ment takes effect Oct 1 said the branch would assist horse owners in possible waj including horse care courses at the commum'j colleges Mr Kerns background in horses goes back to his home ranch at Acme his training at Olds Agricultural College and an agriculture degree from the University of Alberta He has been with the agriculture department since operation wu-> the Alberta region of Alberta Hosp.iai Association Hosp.tal Deparimen al Management wil. cover suJi topic as management and supervision ski'l com rrumcations comp'airts, mairuain'ng discipline it will be held Mondaj evenings from 7 to 9 p m for eight weeks beginning Oct 22 'Nurse Patient Rela- tionships will start at the same time ana run for five weeks It will explore behavior patterns of hospital patients and is designed to benefit nurses nursing aides and ward aides SfVliLEY' PLUMBING GLASS LINED WATER HEATERS INSTALLED phone 328-2176 Westcotl conceri cancelled A on b j, t-ns' Vark Westcott t or night was cancelled tne Allied Arts Cojncil due to lack of publ'C a spokesman fjr 'he council says This marks the second time an engagement bv the concert pianisi has n-1 d to be carve'Ieci The firs' time was n Januarv The orga is stJl obhged to nonor firarc.aJ commitments tr the artists although the performance was not held as scheduled 1811 2nd Ave. S. PHONE 323-0286 Power Furnace Cleaning BERGMAN'S FLOOR COVERINGS Ph 328 0372 2716 12 Aie S at festival and vintage feature films on women will be featured at the free filrr festival to be held Saturday fiom 1 to 11 p m at the I niversity of Lethbndge in Room E 690 mam ouilding Sponsored the continuing education department and the student society the festival will include demonstrations on the use of video tape recording equipment and will seive as an introduction to a non-credit pubbc service course women in film Interested persons need not register for the festival but pre registration for the Oct 3 service course will oe held Lectures aie scheduled for 7 M pm Wednesday at the Civic Spoils Centre Censors said not uniform The ol government tenbotship oi and periodicals by thedepaitment oi iidtional revenue customs ami excise is riddled with in consistency a local dis- tributor claims Under the current system and periodicals must be cleared the federal department upon entrv into the country and bv a local customs official before the} aie placed on city news stands Len Herring of General News says> the book Inside Linda Lovelace cleared bv the local customs official June 7 but i ejected in Calgary is a fine example of inconsisten The book was rejected Mav 7 bv the federal department as indecent and immoral Mr Herring said he had no knowledge of this until he re- ordered the book after 750 copies had been distributed in the city and appealed to the federal department when the second shipment did not Mr Herring has launched an appeal with the deputy minister of the federal depart ment asking why the book was not released although it was allowed to be distributed locally How has the book changed since June7; he There is no uniformity in customs regulations claims Mr Herring A book could be approved in Regma and held up heie he savs Mr Herring was one of 900 major book and magazine dis- tnhutjrs m North Amer'ca who last week attended a conference on censorship in Banff Policing imposed customs men on books and bound for Canada was critic Drama set A 60-minute on the rapture of the saints is scheduled for performance here Sunday at 7 p m in Norbridge Community Church 1402 8th Ave N Written by Reuben Horsch the play depicts questions of a young man dreaming about Christians phvsically dis appearing from this world Hillcrest Evangelical Church Medicine Hat will provide actors and production personnel DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suite 5th St S Ph 327-7244 Lethbridga "A PROUD HERITAGE JJ can be justly proud of our on the threshold of the centen- R C M P here, and the establ- we introduce our own family We in Southern Alberta heritage and as we stand ary of the arrival of the ishment of Fort McCleod album "OUR HERITAGE" What better way to graphically depict the life and times of our own families, of those near and dear to us, to cherish for all time Registration in "OUR HERITAGE" family album provides you with a beautiful 8 x 10 pin type album with room for unlimited expansion Special Prices on Regular Portraits A personal reminder service of special events anniversaries etc Advance information of an specials THERE ARE NO RESTRICTIONS Have the portrait taken as often as you wish no extra charges for groups birthdays, portrait OUR HERITAGE FAMILY ALBUM Albums are limited We Invite you to register now. DETAILS AT ANY OF OUR THREE STUDIOS 'CARRIAGE HOUSE" 1224.3rd S, 327-2873 COLLEGE MALL 329-0211 TABER 5314-49th Ave 223-2402 Certified Dental Mechanic DENTAL LAB For UNICEF Vancouver cha.rman of the Canadian UNICEF Committee Mrs Dorothy MacKinnon holds up a pos- ter to a c'ass of grade 7 students at Hamilton Junior Hign urging them to collect for UNiCEF on Hallows en UNICLF contributions will go towards a day care training centre >n Kingston Jamaica An mvestmsnt m livestock or crops could be lost if your water supply failed for long Don t risk it call me your Jacuzzi J-man at the first sign of trouble or Teed I am trained and ready to serve you with Jacuzzi Dumps and water systems Certified to be Right by an independent board approval and have immediate access to original factory parts Give me your Jacuzzi l-man a call now at OLIVER INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY LTD. 236 36th St. North, Lethbridge Phone 327-1571 or the 'OLIVER DEALER' nearest you 12 pieces crisp fried chicken Corp Fritters 4 Dinner Rolls French Fries or Potato Salad Sweet and Sour Sauce DELIVERED TO YOUR DOCR FOR ONLY JUST CALL 3P7-0240 or 327-2297 Across from the CPR Depot MOVING? OWEN AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES JAYCEE JUNIOR PEDAL PUSHER'S WOULD LIKE TO THANK The Following Businesses Who Supported Us In Our Annual BICYCLE SAFETY PROGRAM! CANADA PACKERS CANADIAN DRESS MEATS CHINOOK BOTTLING CITY PACKERS BENY CHEVROLET McKILLOP INSURANCE AGENCIES ROYAL BANK, MAIN BRANCH SILVERWOOD DAIRIES MINER'S LIBRARY ENEHSON MOTORS YORK FARMS CANADIAN DRESS MEATS BERT AND MAC'S CYCLE SWIFT CANADIAN COMPANY CHEC RADIO FOR THEIR VALUABLE ASSISTANCE and Thanks to all Parents and Individuals Who Participated or Assisted Us in Our Project for 1973 ;