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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Friday, August 58, 1970 City Veterans Visit Coast Federal minister of Veteran Affairs, Jean Dube will open the week long 30th Biennial Dominion Convention Monday of Canadian Army, Navy and Air Force Veterans in Vancou- ver. Speakers will include Ken Kiernan, British Columbia re- creation and conservation min- ister. Siri, Slater of Lethbridge will attend as provincial president. Leading the delegation from Unit 34 in Lethbridge will be club president I. K. McNeely. Delegates attending are George Martin, Bert Langridge, Dick Burnham and Bob Williams. Eileen Burnham, president of the Ladies Auxiliary will lead the women's delegation. Other Ladies Auxiliary dele- gates include Ann Slater, Merle Emerson and Eileen Martin. Misliap Victim Recuperating Eighteen-year-old Linda Deal of Lethbridge is reported to be in satisfactory condition in Lethbridge Municipal Hospital. She was transferred to Leth- bridge from Pincher Creek hos- pital where she was taken Wednesday following a motor vehicle accident in t h e Came- ron Lake area. HOW ARE Charlie, centre, lost little time in getting to a nearby phone to see How some -friends in Lethbridge were doing as she arrived in Lethbridge for another school year under the LDS Church unified social service program. Left, is another student, Lucy and on the right is Jolayna Toth, a member of the Joe Toth family, on hand to greet her friends made last year. The Toth family has an Indian boy, Tom Baker, living with them this year. 200 Indian Students Arrive Some 200 Indian students from British Columbia and Al- berta arrived in Lethbridge 4th ANNUAL FLOWER SHOW of tht SHINPA SEIZAN SCHOOL JAPANESE FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS Saturday, August 29, 1970 at Lethbridge Buddhist Church 1303 13th Street North From p.m. p.m. TEA WILL BE SERVED Wednesday and Thursday to spend the school year with LDS families. The students are on the LDS Church unified social service program. It is the sixth year students have been brought to this area. The program has been operating in the church for 10 years. The students, ages six to 17, are church members. The plan is designed to give them the advantages of better' education- al facilities and participation in the full church program, in- cluding youth activities. The students, in most cases return each year to the same family. The idea is to provide continuity in the program, through the education of the 1. Lon-don Gin is iVi jj 5w com-ing back com-ing back .y, com-ing back London Dry Gin 9 Try its gin-dandy flavour il, crisp yet tasl jeginning for a frhenleq sparkling crisp yet tastefully subtle, the perfect beginning for any gin drink. LONDON DRY GIN A prestige product of Canadian Schenley Distilleries Ltd. students, until tney graduate from high school. LDS families accept the stu- dents without remuneration ex- cept family allowance. The stu- dents' parents assist where possible. The church has two full-time case social workers in south- ern Alberta, Ethel Griffin and Tadt. Local church lead- ers also provide counselling services. Few serious social problems have been encounter- ed in the six years the pr'o- gram has operated in this area, according to church offi- cials. The student and his family are interviewed in the process of selecting for the program. Consideration is given to the scholastic ability and social at- titude of the student to avoid serious difficulty in integration into the larger school system and living with the foster fam- ily. Some LDS families have two students, usually from the same family, but in most have just one. One important qualification for a family to be eligible for receiving a student is that there be children in the home of a similar age to that of the Indian student. In addition to the 200 stu- dents who arrived in Leth- bridge to go to homes in the area from Lethbridge, Medi- cine Hat, to Coutts, to Car'd- ston, some 200 Indian students arrived in Calgary this week for placement in homes in the Calgary, Red Deer and Ed- monton areas. Apple Drive Starts Aug. 31 The annual Kiwanis apple campaign sponsored by the Green Acres Kiwanis Club will take place Aug. 31 through Sept 5. Baskets of fancy Mclntosh apples will be sold at per basket. This year's objective has been placed at sales. Funds from the various Ki- wanis projects go towards many local activities two scholarships for each to high school students with out- standing 'achievement grants to both Minor football and baseball associations; partici- pation and encouragemeqt of 4H clubs; operation of the Lethbridge Kiwanis band. Campaign chairman is Ed Brunner. Taking Gravel From Island Road construction crews will continue to take gravel from the riverbottom island west of the city for the next few weeks, Bill Brown, parks and recrea- tion department superinten- dent, said Thursday. He said the crews are work- ing in the agreed upon area and that he foresaw no major problems concerning the de- struction of that part of the island to be preserved as a na- ture area. There had been some con- cern last week that crews were working outside the area desig- nated for gravel removal. Attends Congress G. 0. Fry of Lethbridge is representing the Canada-West district of the Church of the Nazarene at the Canadian Congress on Evangelism being held in Ottawa through Aug. 28. The Canada-West district in- cludes Alberta and Saskatche- wan. Red Cross Gives Pins A pin for donating 50 pints of blood at Red Cross blood drives will be presented to Rowland Hemmaway, of 12G4 4th Ave. S., during a three-day blood drive Sept. 1 to 3. Pins will also be awarded to eight 35-time donors and ten 20-time donors. The Red Cross is seeking 900 pints of blood at the clinic, to replensih stock depleted during the summer and to cover needs for the fall. The drive will be held in the Southminster Church hall, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sept. 1; from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sept. 2; and from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sept. 3. South Students Recognised Three southern Alberta stu- dents have received special recognition for studies at the University of Calgary. Evelyn M. Richardson, of Lcthbridge, was awarded the French Government Gold Med- al; Karl Jansens of Lethbridge was awarded the Bapco Paint Ltd. Bursary in Engineering; and Edward R. Kid'dle of Claresholm, received the Rob- ert B. Faugh Memorial Bur- sary in Engineering. DRAWING STOLEN FROM YATES-City police are investigating the theft of a J. W. Morrlos drawing which was being stored at the Yates Memorial Centre in Leth- bridge. The theft was not discovered until the yearly inventory was taken this week. The drawing is called St. Mala, measures 13 inches by 11 inches, has a large around it and is valued at Cancer Drive Has Officials of the Lethbridge Cancer Society-have announced that to date contributions to the 1970 campaign for funds total from all sources. Ob- jective was set at Cecil Gordon, president of the Cancer Society, states that all donations received up to September will count toward's this year's total, and those who have not yet contributed may send donations to the Cancer Society office at 409, Canada Trust Bldg. Lethbridge. Official receipts for income tax purposes Mil be mailed to all contributors. Southern Alberta conlMbutlons: Barons S332, CardsTon 9KI, Carman- nay 87, Chamolon 217, Chin 58, Clares- holm 2.JJ2, Coaldale Coalhurst- Kiop 20, Coutts 142, Del Bonlta 72. Enchant 106, Foremost 307, Fort Macleod Fort Whoop-Up 67, God- ASHPHALT PAVING TOLLESTRUP SAND and GRAVEL Construction Co. ltd. PHONE 328-2702 327-3610 dard 5, Granum 756, Green Acres 55 HardlevMle 21. Lelhbridge East West 85, Lomond 75, Lucky Strlkft 83, Ma- grath 771, Milk River 514, Monarch 271, Nelghborview 110, New Dayton 352, Newland 83, Nobleford 310. Parkland BJ, Picture Butte 7S6, Plnchor Creek Raymond 713, Shaughnessy 55, Skiff 22, Stavely 229 Stirling 161, Sunnyslde 2M. Taber Vauxhall 587, Warner 562, Walerton 137, 135, Wilson-White 234. THE UNIVERSITY OF GALGARY SENATE SUBMISSIONS The Senate of the University of Calgary will hold its regular autumn meeting on September 29, 1970. It is the duty of the Senate to en- quire into any matter that might tend to en- hance the usefulness of the University. Individuals or groups are invited to maka written submissions to the senate for consid- eration at its autumn meeting. These will then be studied by appropriate Senate committees prior to the meeting. Persons may appear be- fore the Senate in support of their submissions, or attend as spectators. Direct a'! correspondence not later than September 11, to: Dr. J. E. Lloyd, Box 220, Claresholm, Alberta. SAVINGS SELECTION SERVICE DOWNTOWN FOR BACK-TO-SCHOOL 51 STORES AND SERVICES THE DOWNTOWN BUSINESSMEN'S ASSOCIATION TO SAVINGS AT THE FOLLOWING DBA STORES JLJJL John Black's Men's Wear Marquis Flower Shop Don Wilson's Junior's Shop Imperial Women's Wear Albert's Men's Apparel Princeton Shop Jordans Rugs Baker Appliances McGuire's Men's Wear National Department Store Sweet Sixteen Classic Coiffures and Boutique Capitol Furmturt Fraser Fabrics Sterling Shoes Marquis Hotel Lethbridge Hotel Camm's Shoes Doug's Music and Sports Alexandra Hotel Elna-White Sewing Centre John Forrest Color Centre Baird's Leather Goods The Cosmotlque Kition's Wholesale Ltd. Farmer Stockman Supply Heintzmah and Co. The Harmony HOUSB Dallas Hotel Viking Men's Hairstyling Stan's Men's Wear McCready.Baines Pharmacy Herb's Western Wear The Primrose Shop Bestway TV and Appliances Frank Walker's Men's Clothes Avenue Shoes Draffin's Drugs Canada Safeway Ltd. Hoyt's Frachet Raworth Jewellery Joe Green's Shoe Foster's Jewellery Benefit Shoes Fay's Apparel Canadian Furriers Sandy's Jewellery Maranjo'j Shoes MUSIC LESSONS ACCORDION GUITAR PIANO ORGAN BANJO SPECIAL BEGINNERS' COURSES ADULT COURSES INSTRUMENT SALES AND REPAIRS BERTI SCHOOL of MUSIC 2646 S. Parkside Drive-Phone 327-0115 ;