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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Mondoy, August 23, 1971 Indian children on exchange plan F.v Shift U'riti'r Saturday, a total o! -II Indian children arrived in llu! city as part of the Clu'rdi of Jesus Christ uf Latter day Saints student exchange program. Originally troir. Port Alber- ni, Campbell Iliver, ancouver, and the Okanaaan j Valley area in Brilhh Colum- hia, 'the children will parlin- palc in a program which start- ed in in southern Utah. The initial idea for the pro- gram came from a young In- dian girl in Ulah. who asked a Mormon family if she could livp at their Iwme and go lo school. "She said she would even be willing to put up a lent in their back yard, as long as she could go to'school." says Ethel Grif- j fin. placement and train ing; officer for Ihe church's "social sernres organization. eventually evolved inlo a program which i.s carried on in the United Slates and Can- ada." she continued to say. There are three areas in which the children must qual- ify before being chosen for Ihe program. They arc: the child must be. eight years of age and he a member of the LDS church. Ihoy must have aver- ago or better grades in school, and must have some socializ- ing abilities, according to Miss Griffin. "If they any emotional problems, they become exag- gerated when taken away from Iheir h'liue she says. Children under the age of c-ighl may be clu -n, bi'.t only il there is a great need for them (o get airav from their home surroundings or if they will turn eight during Iheir stay in the foster home, and Iheir natural parents have agreed that they be baptized inio the faith as soon as they do be- come eight. The foster parents are total- ly responsible for all monetary needs. "They completely fi- nance the children they arc FAMILY INTERVIEW Ethel Griffin, left, social services counsellor, and placement and Irciining officer for the LDS Indian studenl exchange program talks over the possibil- ities of having Lorena Phillips, cenlre, coine lo live wilh the Reece Jensen family of Barnwell. Pants favored by working women By ODUETTE MKXG1X A first TORONTO iCP) Madeline Fnmm, 3'. niadc li'slory by getiing a secretary's job. She is the first woman Ire secretary in Toronlo City Coun- cil history. She records pro- ceedings of Ihe city's planning board and housing commiLLeeii. prepares agendas and is often called upon to aldermen on procedure and details of is- sues before the committees. Mrs. Grimir.. a native ol Bel- fast, came to Toronto 10 vears 820. lino suits lo billowing evening placed on the parents provin- ROMn; (AP) Active, work- trousers, with knickerbockers, cial medical health plan, they jng are likely to wear Bermudas, gardeners' overalls supply the books, clothes, i almost as much as and 18th-century culottes for the child, she says. I mcn thrown hi for fun. Signed, legal documents are j Thai was the idea promoted: Princess Irene Calitzine de- oblained from the natural par-1 by most Italian high-fashion de-: signed many of her clothes for enls makes the foster j signers at showings of their j women she described as parents the legal guardians of [all-winter collections here. executive career girls" who legal gua while they are For work, play or rest, they gir work nnd dress like men. Only in the use of colors did THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes the children here. have shown a vasl variety of The biggcsl problem for the panls thai range from mascu- i her slriclly tailored outfits dif- sludenls uhen they are here, according to Miss Griffin is Ihe ciilliTal adjustment. "They must retain their In- dian identity. If they try to be- come while, we can accept them must as they are, but they never feel accepted be- cause of their Indian she says. You Can buy a New Dress size for You Hwryl "I know why you win all our arguments you Have a 33 rpm mouth and I have a E. P. FIGURE CONTROL CENTRE LADIES! LADIES! An exciting career awaits you as a Medical Receptionist Learn how you may become n medical receptionist through PROFESSIONAL TRAINING INSTITUTE HOME STUDY PROGRAM Write today, giving phone number to: PROFESSIONAL TRAINING INSTITUTE Box 149, Lefhbridge Herald fcr from men's wear. A grey flannel or dark pinstriped suit was usually coupled with a vivid red shirt and brilliant green vest. SPRUCES UP HATS relieved the severity of her hats with on the outside with a blue re- ver'se. She sometimes let herself wilh furs to make short black tunics long-haired and silky. Tiziani designed a scries ot pants that changed in length and shape according to the time of clay. For rough weather he had thick knickerbockers and shirt, lopped by a sou'wester'-type hat. There was the 18th-century cu- lotte in black velvet, soft and fitting that buckled below the knee wilh a satin strap. One of his more classical out- fits for a cocktail party was a black and blue checkered silk top over black satin trousers. But Tiziani also offered a large choice of dresses mostly of the shirtwaist lype. He re- velled in mining three or four costly materials in one outfit. One evening gown sported brown velvet with crepe at the Wall weeds LTTTLETHORPE, England (CP After making Lhe beds, newlywed Reni Christmas pops weed the lounge. S'jon after the young couple moved into their new Leicester- shire home, the weeds started to grow through the floorboards, husband Les claimed. "But I suppose we could always train the weeds up the wall and wait for (hem lo burst into Rcni, 2-1, said. "It would save us the cost of Final Days to Join for Only Buy one program for your- a friend can buy one for only 1c-or [earn-up and split the cost! COMPLETE MONTH PROGRAM .01 FOR TWO -PER MONTH MO INTEREST-NO ANNUAL r'EinCENTAC.E FIATF: CallToday 327-2151 for Your FREE Trial Treatment YOU ARE A DRESS SIZE H YOU C A'J r.f M7t If) i' 16 _ YOU CAN P.I t. Mjr II _ YOU CAN M A 11 '.Y V p' 70 YOU CAN P[ A XI7.r M OM. i 23 YOU r AN Fll A Sl7f If, t. 6 MONTHS TRET. E. P. Figure Control Centre College Shopping Mnll Mayor Magrnth Drive Nexr lo Cinema Thonlri Honrt- Monday lo Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. Scil'irtlny 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m. Ampin Froe Parking LEARN TO SEW CREATIVE STRETCH Lessons Starting Sept. 7th 8 2-HOUR COURSES FOR ONLY MORNINGS AFTERNOONS EVENINGS Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs. WE CARRY A FUU tINE OF STRETCH MATERIALS or Clip nnd Moll lo. BAKER'S FABRIC CENTRE 426 I3lh SI. N. tclliliridgc rhono 32B-4536 II wish to attend On I Pli'Osr: find lo coTr thn cost ol my Pliono I 'Morning, Aflcrnoon. or Cveniorj) Tuesday, Wnelnnsclny or Thursday) 426 13lli St. N. Phone 328-4536 OPEN THURSDAY TILL 9 P.M. waist and silk flower embroi- deries, while the short jacket was satin. DESIGNS roil BOTH Valentino, one of Italy's best- known designers, closed the fashion shows with a collection that summed up the more sig- nificant trends. His woman had two different personalities. One liked a coat and trousers, a semi-masculine look with its feathered and wide- hrimmed feathered hat. The other was very feminine, in light slip dresses of black satin topped by colorful jackets or a black velvet evening dress enhanced by a writhing jewel snake gliding up to the deeply- cut decollete. Provincial public hearings set on foster child care A series of public hearings on foster child care in Alberta has been announced by the Provincial Committee on Fos- ter Child Care. The hearings are for the pur- pose of hearing submissions from any interested person or group relating to flic law and ana of- towi on I procedure of foster child care in Ihe province. The hearings are to get un dcr way in Camrose on Sept. 1 rind close Nov. 8 in Drum- heller. The committee will be in Lclhbridgc on Oct. 27 and lilaii-niorc Oct. 23. Persons wishing to submit i briefs must send Uicm to Judge A. P. Cnfonio, Box 704, Euir.on- lon before Sept. 15. Visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Burton this week were Mrs. Jean Johnston Gull Lake, Sask. anil Mr. Ron Towlcs of Harrogale, York shire, England. CWAC reunion The Canadian W o in e n' 5 Army Corps Veterans have been reminded of the annual reunion lo he held on Sept. 24, 25 in Toronto. The Canadian Corps Association CWAC Unit N'o. 47 will this year commem- orate the 30th anniversary of the CWAC. A reunion brochure may be obtained from CWAC Veterans Reunion Chairman, Shirley Wood Heesaker, 201 Niagara St. Toronto 2B, Canada. Monday, Aug. 23 JACKPOT NOS. "20 ALARM BINGO" Gold Card Pay Double Door Cards (Many olher extras) Regular Cards 25c or 5 for 13lh St. and 6lh Ave. 'A' N. No children under 16 allowed ATTEND THE ALL NEW A.N.A.F-UNIT 34 DIG OX CLOGS Clogs are still a big thing on Ihe fashion scene, especially hot pants and bright col- ored stockings. Clogs are ex- tremely comfortable and wear- ing them is good exercise lor the legs. L COR. 5lh AVE. and 6th ST. S. IN THE CtUBROOMS TUESDAY, AUG. 24th 8 p.m. First 12 Games First Card Others 25c each No. Jackpot (increases weekly) 2nd No. Jackpot (increases weekly) Extra 5 Games Cards 25c ea. or 5 for Blackout in 51 Numbers All regular games pay double if won in 7 nos. or less MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS THE PROVINCIAL COMMITTEE ON FOSTER CHILD CARE appointed by OrdiT-in-Council No. dated April 5, 1971 INVITES SUBMISSIONS Irom any inlereslcd person or group relating lo Ihe Law and Procedure ol Foster Child Care in Alberla. Where possible, brinfs should be typewritten in liiplicale. However, bricts, especially Irom privale citizens, need not be lypewnllen or professionally prepared. All briefs should be forwarded lo HIS HONOUR JUDGE A. P. CATONIO Box 704, EDMONTON, ALBERTA before the 15th day of September, 1971 I he Commillce Will Hold PUBLIC HEARINGS Orlnlipr 4 All persons prcsrnling briols nro invilod to .nllrnrl thn Public Hcnrinrj in Ilinir ,irnn and spnnk in stipporl ol Iheir submissions. Hoarinfis will he kc.'pl as informal as possible., (I ,-il T Jinnnloii, All'i-rl.l, Ilir, 1'iith il.iy c( CHAIRMAN HIS HONOUR JUDGI A. P. (YUONIO Box TDMONTON. Al RPRTA (ill V.illny Crnsi'riit. (iirnlrll l-Jinonliin, Alhnrl.i. ;