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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _____. Wednesday, February 16, 1972 THE LETHBIIIDGE A. E. PALMER A. E. Palmer receives award Dr Asael E. Palraer has been honored by the Canadian Coun- cil of Horticulture for "out- standing service to the industry over the years." Dr. Palmer has been invited to receive an award of merit at the council's golden anniver- sary dinner in Ottawa Feb. 22. He will be unable to attend, but his grandson, Howard Palm- er a resident of Ottawa will bo on hand to accept the presenta- tion. Dr. Palmer was suDerinlen- den1 of the research station here from 1945 to 1953, during 32 years at Uic station. He re- ceived an honorary doctorate degree from the University ol Lethbridge in j970. Dr. Palmer, 83, is the author of books and pamphlets on agri- culture and has pressed over the years for crop diversifica- tion "and soil conservation. He was bom at Salt Lake City, Utah and served two years as a consultant under the Col- ombo Plan in Pakistan. Although retired at his home at 625 18th St. S. in Leth- bridge, he is still active in his studies. Getting lo Know You day planned The Canadian Menial Health Association plans a Getting to Know You Day for Feb. 29. The CMHA hopes to eneour- age citizens to share its con- cept that people care for peo- ple. Anyone can participate homemakers. students, busi- nessmen and stay-at-homes. The idea is to share your friendship. Invite a new neigh- bor or an old friend to your home, or visit someone who can't get out. Say hello to some- one who looks lonely, or take your children to visit their grandparents. Lethbridge businesses are helping too. Many restaurants ajid coffee shops will offer an old fashioned 5 cent cup of coffee, between 2 and 5 p.m., as well as the hospitals and clinics. Phone 327-0100 or 327-4909 to let the CMHA know about your plans. Missionary here in March George Keenleyside, a United Church missionary who serves isolated communities along the B.C. coast will be in southern Albeit-l March 5 to 12. Bcv. Keonleysidc will discuss his unique life with his wife Vi, aboard Lire BO-foot Thomas Cros- hy V commuting between In- dian villages, fishing camps wd Tanneries, logging ramps assorted outposts on the west coast. March 5 he will be at Pincher Creek and Blairmore, March 6 at IjCthbridge, Coaldale and Raymond, March 7 at Medicine Hat, March R at Fort Macleod and Milk River, March 9 at Fbrc.mosl. and Brooks, March 10 nnd 11 at Medicine Hat again and March 12 at Tabcr. The tour is spoivored by the South Alberta Presbytery of UN United Church. SOMK NEHVK In the .summer of a Rang of wild outcasts known as the llipli Hiver Wolfers marched mlo l-'orl Whoop-Up and de- manded the operator stop sell- ing guns to the Indians t.lwy wnnlcd that trade all for themselves. First for Eaton's in Lethbridge PERSONAL three day storewide inventory reduction EXTRA ORDINARY SAYINGS Karate Demonstration On The Main Floor On Thursday and Friday Evenings On Thursday one) Friday evenings from 7 to p.m. ond 8 lo p.m. on the main floor, near the West entrance, Blair Or, Mark Ralph and students of the Orr Korato Studios will demonstrate the noble art of self defense. Karate is being recognized more and more as a means of self protection. Be sum to sec this interesting demonstration by experts in this field on Thurs- day and Friday evenings at Eaton's. EATON'S ;