Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
y, February M, THI IHHBXIDel HIMLD Friendship centres plan fund division The federal-provincial grant of to Alberta friendship centres will be divided "more equitably" this year following successful talks between the she provincial centres. Rose Yellow Feet, director of the Lelhbridge Friendship Cen- tre and representative of the lo- cal group, said a satisfactory breakdown of the limited funds was agreed to at a special meeting in Red Deer. "The two largest centres in Edmonton and Calgary will each receive with the smaller centres In Grande Prairie, Peace Biver, Pincher Creek and Lethbridge receiving she said. Lethbridge received from the initial fund breakdown last year and had to ask government for an additional to finish the projects during the 1970-71 fiscal year. Mrs. Yellow Feet said the friendship centre program started in Alberta nine years ago. "In the last three years working with the same federal- provincial grant of two new centres joined the pro- gram. "The share of funds jus keeps getting smaller as new groups join." She said other worthwhile community groups and projects can obtain necessary mone; from several sources, which is good. "Now that the worth of the friendship centres has been de- termined tns Alberta Nativ Friendship Centre Association headed by Col. E. W. Cormack feels the federal-provincia funding system should be changed to increase th amount of money she said. 'TVe are more than please with the co-operaticn of the com munity and city council in tbei support of the centre but it is the senior levels of government which are letting us down." Mrs. Yellow Feet pointed out some of the projects initiated y the centre in Lethbridge, in- luding a girls and boys bas- etball team, teen and adult ances, and the establishment f the South Alberta Voice of Native Women. 100 Copies plus ta 1269 Ihird Aye. S. tethfaricfaa e, City machinery for India Man killed near Brocket; others hurt A 22-year-old Diamond City district man, Bruce James Jen- sen, was killed about p.m. Sunday night when the car lie was in left Highway 3, near Brocket and overturned. Duane Robert Casson, also of Dia- mond City and Douglas Tyrei of Lethbridge, two others in the car with Jensen, were injured Tyrer, the Lethbridge man, is listed in good condition at St Vincent's Hospital in Pinchei Creek. Casson was originally taken to the Pincher Creek hospital but was transferred to St. Mi chael's General Hospital ii Lethbridge. His condition is listed as satisfactory. Women, subject of sexuality talk at university The University of Lethbridg seminar on human sexuality continues tonight, discussin Values and Attitudes Toward Women. The meeting, open to th public, will take place in Room 202 of the University of Leth bridge Science Building. The third and fourth sessions of the four part seminar wi take place next Monday an Tuesday, discussing Valua. and Attitudes Towards Sexua Relationships, and Sex Educa tion in Society. from south- ern Alberta manufacturers by the Canadian government is ex- H V clude; four rod w from Edwards Rod Weeder Co. Ud., the uaiiavnan govtmimaa ia CA- pected to be the vanguard in i Lelhbridge, two gangs of land 4 T 11 S report SUOnilttea RE-ELECTED Hugh Craig of Fort Macleod was re-elected president of the Alberta Tourist Association at its recent annual meeting in Jasper. It is his second term in that post. Other of- ficers elected include: Mar- wood Swain of Red Deer, first vice president; George MacDonald of Edmonton, second vice-president; and Tom Peterson of Jasper, treasurer. Eight members of Zone 1 (southwestern Al- berta) attended the three-day convention. Members also voted to change the organiza- tion's name to Travel In- dustry Association of Alberta, berta. Included in the monthly trea- surer's report submitted to aty council Monday was a igure for snow removal and street sanding operations in January. Street sanding cost the city snow removal came to 13000 Last year's cost came o only for sanding and for snow re- moval. January this year was an all- tune bad month for snowfall, sending crews out for clean-up operations at a rate that cost he city more than twice as much money as last year. Last year's total budget for snow and ice removal and I sanding was This' year's figures have not been re- and four seed drills from Noble Cultivators Ltd. of Nobleford. j The machinery nil! be for the development of dryland farming in India under a five- j year Canadian-sponsored cultrual research program now under way. A Vancouver man, Wayne Hudson said he could not allow Tracy Anderson, agricultural j Gunsten, 24, Monday was sen- j Gunsten to continually take ;rt ".a Co-habitation brings jail AMA meeting The annual meeting and chairman's dinner for the Al- berta Motor Association will be held in the El Rancho Motor Hotel tonight at 6 o'clock. FISH FIGURE The annual salmon catch in British Columbia is valued at some million. three scientists from Prairie research stations currently in India setting up the program. Dr. J. E. Andrews, director of the Lethbridge Research Station said the machinery Is not being bought for India, but may be turned over to the country after the research pro- gram is completed. Dr. Andrews will be leaving for Indian in about one week to study progress made on the program to date. Gunsten quencv of a minor. Evidence showed had been living with a M year- old girl he had met in Vancouv- er and brought with him to Lethbridge. The girl was turned over to welfare authorities and will be sent back to Vancouver. In his defense Gunsten said he had not known how old the girl was. Judge L. W. Hudson, noted this was not the first incident of involvement with a young girl that Gunsten had had. In passing sentence Judge The judge also recommended Gunsten undergo psychiatric treatment while in prison. Blood clinic The Lethbridge Red Cross Blood dor.or clinic will be held in the Civic Sports Centre March 2-1 with the objective ot 900 pints. The March 2 session will M held from 6-9 p.m., March 3, 1-3 p.m. and 6-9 p.m. and March 4, to 11 a.m. and 6-9 p.m. Beckel invited to inspect British ETV Dr. Bill Beckel, University of Lethbridge vice-president, is one of five Canadians invited by a British government cy to inspect major educational television operations in Great Britain. The group leaves Canada to- day, on a trip designed to pro- vide the visitors with new in- formation and the hosts with advice on Canadian systems which might prove useful in England and Scotland. Other members of the Cana- dian group include Frank Milne, of the Nova Scotia de- partment of education; Neil McLean, president of the Edu- cational Television and Radio Association of Canada; William Young, director of the New Learning Media Division of the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada; and Mrs. Marion Morrison, editor of Education Media Magazine, in Toronto. YOU CAN BEAT THE PRICE INCREASE and have your dress size decrease Join The Great WEIGHT ROBBERS zdian ivut'e Kedi omens ucn c[ (over 405 Lethbridge Women have) FINAL WEEK! Complete 4 Month Steal AS LOW ,50 PER AS O MONTH RESULTS GUARANTEED 'You have nothing to lose but, weight Qanaclian lumens' ure Qlinia OHLY OHl mm WlfK OF THUHflC 1007 3rd Avo. A S. 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