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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE mHBRIDOE WRAID Saturday, 3, Fly Sunday for mental health For two cents a pound ot your body weight, you can nda in a plane for 20 minutes Sun- day over beautiful City of Lethbridge and its surrounding areas. You can have the added sat- isfaction of knowing that you arc helping with the meaning- ful work of the Canadian Men- tal Heallh Association. The CMHA Fly-A-Thon, with the assistance of the Lethbridge Jaycecs and Jaycettes and oth- er parties, will he staged from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Time Airways terminal at K e n y o n Field. The planes and pilots will be: Dr. John Walker of Fort Macleod, piloting a Cessna 102. Dr. Walker took part in the B.C. Centennial Intel-national Air Dace from London, Eng- land, to Victoria, B.C. last year. Jolm Green of Nanton, pi- loting a Beechcraft. ____ Fort Whoop-up liow open Fort Whoop Up today open- ed its doors for a new season. It is located in the Oldman River valley In Indian Battle Park The Kinsmen Club of Lcth- bridge which has operated the restored fort on a new slto since its opening July 1, 1867, is still trying to set the fort up as it looked in the 1800s when it was first built. Last year about adults and children visited the fort, wlu'ch now Includes arti- facts in a blacksmith's shop, a trading shop, and a bit of a liv- the tour, a the Shaughnessy ing room. At the end of sight sound system gives concise spots of information. This film recording was made locally by Ben Sopo a Univer- sity of Lethbridge student. At the site there is also a mine train which was used for years Mines. The Kinsmen Club is manag- ing the fort and the staff con- ot six university students. There is a concession-rest area. Admission: Fort Tour: adults 60 cents; children 25 cents; children under 12 free. Mine Train ride: 15 cents per person. The fort will be open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. everyday except Tuesday. HEINITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS LTD. 324 9th St. 5. FOR YOUR COMPUTE Phone 328-1778 WEDDING REQUIREMENTS Invitation! Announcement! Hour Servile If Necessary) Bride Book! Thank You Card! Napklni Matchei We provide complimentary personalized head table place cards with each order! FREE CUSTOMER PARKING D. K. Thornton of Clares- holm, piloting a Moonoy M20B. Gordon Laing of Clares- holm, piloting a Cherokee. Ken Wieners, John Sharp and Jack Tiffin of the Leth- bridge Air Service, piloting a Cessna 172 and a Cessna 337. Morris Martin, Fred Kin- nib urgh and Wayne Kooy of Time Airways piloting a Ces- sna 402. Molly Mitchell, CMHA execu- tive officer, advises partici- pants that there were so many people at last year's Fly-A- Thon that not all of them could get into the planes. "Last year indicated that the largest crowds came out Sun- day afternoon txlvveen 2 and 3 Mrs. Mitchell said. Fly-A-Thon raised after expenses, last year. Mrs. Mitch ell said she hopes this Fly-A Thon can raise double the amount. "We hope our target of Fly A-Thon can be she said "The association now has a def icit of and we need ?1, 690 for the camping project fo 25 psychiatric patients a Crowsnest Lake June 21 to 28 Jaycees and Jaycettes to as sist the Fly-A-Thon are: Dr Ron Fabbi, Phil Edmundson George Fujita, Murray Leslie Con Wiebe, Bill Fraser, Frase Noble and Jerry Heck, an their wives; and Harold Lov and Jake Benz. APPOINTMENT TO LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC LIBRARY BOARD There is a vacancy on the Lethbridge Public library Board and any interested persons wishing to partici- pate in Civic Affairs by serving on this Board are invited to writs to the City Clerk, giving a short resume of themselves. It is requested that applica- tions in the Cily Clerk's Office no later than Thurs- June 15. For further information please call the Cily Clerk's office at 328-2341. JOHN GERIA City Clerk. Garrison bal scheduled for Juiie 10 Plans for the big Garrison "Recognition" Ball, designed to pay tribute to former members of the Lethbridge Garrison, pre-war and up to the present, are now completed, it is an- nounced by the committee in charge. The ball will be held in the Lethbridgo Armories, June 10. A large turnout is expect- ed for the colorful affair. Former RSM Dave Gibson said the tickets are going well. However, many more are avail- able and may be obtained at Uie General Stewart branch No. 4, Royal Canadian Legion. the Army, Navy and Airforce Association, Major Mel Hamil- ton, Capt. Ken Barrett, Capt. Don White and RSM Gibson. Cut-off date for tickets is Tues- day. A midnight lunch is planned. The ball will be held during the anniversary week of "D1' Day, marked the allied inva- sion of Europe during the Sec- War, on June 6, COPPELIA Carol Jolliffe, Mark Lilchfield and Kirk Jensen portray at p.m. In Yalei Memorial Centre. The junior students will the leading charocters of Swonhilda, Franz and Dr. Coppellm in the present short ballet Dolll ond Soldier.. The fan held by Carol is ballet Coppelia. The senior students of the Jolliffe Academy of Dancing one originally owned by Dam. Mar8o Fonteyn. Tickets are availabl. will present two scenes from the ballel in an Evening of Danct Monday at leisters Music Ltd.____________________ -Walter Kerber Photo Indians urge to seek more schooling Adult education can reverse economy ond World 1944. Carrier ESTIMATE air conditioning 328-5973 Today you hold the line, we'll give you a free estimate of what it will take to air condition your home. HERE ARE TYPICAL LOW PRICES from. The Round Oni TFw Compact Carrier MocW 3SGS Bill'. Plus Installation New Computer Designed KMnwwn4Tvnii Fan Assembly- assures KNOW WHAT YOU top performance BEFORE YOU BUYI Special Overload EXACT PRICE WILL vices safeguard in- ternal components. Money-Saving 2-Speed Motor cruises mott days, speeds up only for scorchers. DEPEND ON YOUR SIZE HOME AND BTU'S REQUIRED TO COOL IT. CALL TODAY FOR YOUR TELEPHONE ESTIMATE. NO OBLIGATION. Pius installation Attractive Compact Design compliments your home's landscapinc Protective Solid State Controls monitor critical operating circuits. Neighbor-Pleasing Up- flow Design-tosses heat and sound skyward. PSHEET METAL LTD. 1709 2 Ave. S. PHONE 328-5973 By RUDY HAUGENEDER Herald Staff Writer The depressed state of Indian reserve economies can be re- versed through education. Leroy Little Bear, education co ordLnator for the Blood Reserve, said education will provide the tools with which In- dians can progress. "However it takes people to make something ho warned. Speaking at an adult educa- tion certificate ceremony on the Blood Reserve, he urged native people to strive for bet- ter education by attending eve- ning courses. "In terms of the future, the adult education program looks bright." The adult education program, sponsored jointly by the de- partment of Indian affairs and the Blood band council, will ntinue to grow, he predicted. Existing education plans on e Blood reserve include the velopment of an Indian arning centre at St. Paul's >steL Mr. Little Bear said current ans call for the centre to be Derated by the Blood's his is our big dream." To show the importance the and council places on educa- on toward continued devalop- lent, a careers fair is planned ir St. Mary's School on Juno A misconception about the value of education exists among many Indians, he said. They feel education has no value to reserve Indians and is good only off the reserve. Mr. Little Bear said, "That's not true. There's a lot to do at home and it takes education to get it done." internal communications net- work. 4Night classes do help' Her head high and eyes sparkling with excitment, 53- year old Jenny Day Chief re- ceived a certificate stating shs had successfully completed Grade 3. Until she enrolled in the Blood Reserve adult night edu- cation program last fall, Jenny lacked any form of classroom education. She was one of 68 Blood dulls who received certificates or courses ranging from basic teracy and high school credit ourses, to sewing and cooking. Jenny, speaking near-perfect English, said she will be back in the fall for more classes. Better education will help In- [ian people develop their re- Anctil heads 3iisinessnieii Paul Anctil of Southern Mon ment and Tile has been elect ed president of the North Leth ridge Businessmen's Associa lion. Other officers are: Hilroy iorochan of York Hotel, vice- iresident; Bob Deimuth of and E Hardware, secretary and Bernard Dupuis of Bank o Montreal, treasurer. LOTS OF BEETS In 1971, acres of heel, were harvested yielding a rec ord of 16.27 tons per acre a record total of tons o jeets. serve economies more quickly and hasten the resurgence of pride among natives, she said. Although proud about her new education, Jenny says more Indian adults, particular- ly young adults, should enrol in the evening classes to better themselves and the reserve. Melvln Red Crow, a 28-year- old carpenter, said the credit math course he completed will help him in his line of work. With more education, native people have a bright future in front of them, he said. He en- couraged more reserve adults He urged Blood band employ-1 Hugh Reed, a former school ees to enrol in adult education principal on the Blood Reserve to help establish better and currcn.uy a Lcthbridga Community College instructor, laid the fruits of adult educa- ion classes are already begin- ning to show. Some of those who took wi artificial insemination course are ready to be certified and start a small business He added, the children of people who have taken adult 3ducation courses "hardly ever miss school." Children of parents lacking education or not bettering their to attend night classes. Housewife C a m i I lia Red Crow, 24, said she thoroughly Miss Bar of Gold 1972 to be chosen by Jaycees Miss Bar of Gold 1972 will be' chosen June 10 by the Leth- bridge Jaycecs and the Lfith- jridge and district Exhibition ioard. The judging which is entitled Search for Miss Bar of Gold will be done on the same basis as the Miss Canada Pageant. The girls will be judged on Beauty, poise, personality, and character, and will be asked impromptu questions, The final ballot will be based on an inter- view with each of the six judges. Four girls from Lethbridge will be running: Linda Smith, Gail Blanchard, Bren Mallen- berg and Cindy Frouws. Two girls from the Lethbridge dis trict are also running: Debbie Thiessen, Milk River and Olga Fress, Picture Butte. The judging will take place at the Exhibition Pavilion at 8 p.m. in conjunction the Lebarons Car Club Show. IETHBR1DGE REHABiUTATION WORKSHOP REQUIRES MALE MANAGING DIRECTOR required Must have lome experience in handicapped workshop or willing lo lake training course in field, Salary, re I oied- to experience, FEMALE SUPERVISOR Experienced in this field desirable especially In super- vision of clients also some experience in crafts, etc. or willing to take training courie in supervision of workshop. Salary Related 10 Experience application! for the obovn petition! MR. T. CHAPMAN Pretrdent, Board of Directors IETHBRIDSE REHABILITATION CENTRI 3nd Ave. "A" North, Alberta T1H 001 The five runners-up will be amed Exhibition Hostesse. nd will he at the fairgrounds tiring Whoop-Up Days, July 7 to 22. The main duties ot Miss Bar f Gold and the hostesses wil j to promote the Lethbridge aycees bar of gold. and njoyed the credit math cience courses she took. Education helps with family evelopment Camilla said, add- ng she can now help her cliil- ren with high school home- vork. She also plans to further her education by attending more adult education courses this all. Her husband lias agreed to mother stretch of babysitting he kids at night. Setting a goal of obtaining a ligh school diploma, 31 year olf housewife Catherine Russe' said education helps her keep n tune with the constant 1; changing times. Hubby lias also agreed to continue babysitting on school nights, she said. education, tend to miss mora school. "The time Is long overdui for better adult education ser- vices. There are lots of facili- ties for children but lew for he said. Many adults never had an op- portunity to attend classes full time because they worked dur- ing their youth. Through adult education programs they can obtain the education they need, Mr. Heed said. REQUIRED Young experienced accountant with R.I .A or C.G.A. certification, required by large agricultural mffl. firm. 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