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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wodnosdny, Mny 17, 107? THE LFTHBflDC-F J5 Indians protest 01: of v B Tlii: federal Opportunely Ire-d in or around Hit- immed- for Youth program if under iaic Calvary area the pun apain. lhi.L; lime Ironi A Calvary Ui.-vlop- Houllioin Albona Indian inent Society field worker in ;i P'onpii Herald interviuu- during an In- They ace the re- dian ineuUntf here condemned jeeliun ol MX all-Indian proj- the OI''Y program as ec-K class oriented. I JL I 111 l n a Icdoral evalualiun c II brief of Ihe OFY program, lo aid in d( I n I I most youths I'uund par L'oil L Hi 1 t Li f> in Ihc-ir projects )elt lit, I J J II J 7-s- n- ILSC v III ioc jut of lln-ii' own pocket-, s vs I I i 1 oul Ilieir pUiib. c 11 I i I line; to (he- MIKMI, In 1 II I cf also added A I ol H I I s sful applic-anls r ilir: l.c'lhbriilgo l-.nov.-n AlherLa ''Y applications, in was rninpares u'ith id ol successful m.ii-mal level. Li-ilihridpc has Icni indnor skating attend IDS quarterly meet in Lethbridge stake centre LDS quarterly spotlights mothers, children By GAKHY ALLISON Ilcrald Slaff Writer The quarlerly conlerencc of the Church oi' Jesus Christ ol Latter-day Suinls conven- ed Sunday morning with Stake President Elmo E. Flclcher presidijip. The In allcndancc lis- tened lo various members of (he congregation bear testi- mony lo (he church and pay homage to their parents during Iht- special Moiher'p IX'.v svr- vice. Mrs. Elmo Melcher. Ilic stake president's wife and mother of five boys, spoke of the responsibilities and bles- sings of motherhood. She .said that an important tjiiaslion lo be asked will be "what each of, (he home and in the church. Ily you did with your stressed that she is the Ruar- President Fletcher dian ol the covenants ed the church members on the The president ol the Alberta- importance of the mother in I Saskatchewan m i s s i o n, Nylc I'otlon. lold the missionaries prc.senl lo remember and j honor (heir mothers, not only on Mother's Day. but through-. mil (he year He also quoted 'Seven new CMC Seven out of tlie 24 new con-1 will Irani a bookkeeper tracts lo provide on (he job Tabcr Class. T. Anderson, training for (V7 uneniploycr] Al- Taber. will Irain one fila.ss lo people from worker al a lo Ihe ledrra1 the area. government ol The federal department of: Ucrril F. Smith, Milk Kiu-r manpower and iniinigralion will receive S70U lo train said Jie I ol al nmounl of I he contracts is more than I ruck driver .sal lilizcr and oils. i for Icr-. John II. Vi'hilchcad, Leth- Honnolh C'onsl ruction Ltd., vidpc, under a contract of Iron Springs, will Irain a cai contracts liclper under ils con- Irael of M.2NM. Triple Kaneh Ud., Mani'.U'll. uill receive to ti'ain a daii'y hei'd.sman. T J. IMJ rt Macleod ivill reee-ivft SMI lo (rain a fai'mh.'iiid. (Jeorifc A. Sander, Enchant will receive sfioil In train a farmhand. P See the "Features" Cor TOYOTA mm an uILun-ruijeyled In paying Iribulc lo mothers "God can't lie everywhere, so he sent mothers Concludinj; speaker was Bis- hop Berg Pcicrsen. first coun- sellor in the prc.sidiiiR Bisho- pric of the church, who makes his home in Arizona. Bi.-hop Pctersen .spckc on llir members' responsibility in lha church lo help and teach each oilier, lie said (hat help olbci's is the thing thai builds one's soul. "Obedience." he said. ''i> key to receiving answers lo our prayers and the blessings that accompany them. Obedi- ence first, and the blessing.1) follow. During his -10 minute lalk lie stressed I ha I ''an obedient child comes of obedient par- en Is Me also slated that ihe pur- pose of this life is lor the .spirit !o orercome UK.' neinis of the physical body, thus one becomes strengthened .spirilual- iy. "Regardless of your past." he staled, "remember that you have a spotless future." 'Ilic Relief Society choir sang. 0 My Father, vio- lin accompaniment by Edith Francis and featuring soloisi Susan Mclnlosh. can No extras needed! Luxury ond styling almost m tlie prestige class. Big 110 h.p. 1 Litre overhead cam for excellent performance. Power disk brakes, easy, precise steering, reclining bucket seats, handsome interior of padded vinyl plus deep pile carpeting. White walls, wheel discs. A full list of safety features. 2 DEMOS Ojie Automatic One Four Speed Come out and sse what you can really save. COUTTS HIGHWAY 327-3165 LETKSRIDGE See The Great Line-Up For Trove! Moinrhonie Chooso from four models, The disliiul ivoly styl- DC! and beautifully appointed 25 fool and 22 Fool motor economical to drive Mini- Home or I IIP attractive? compact van conversion unit. Beforn you buy any other sure ju sec Hctico. You'll bo nlcicl you didl Sec Also Our Complete Lino Of 1972 ON DISPLAY NOW! rent to anyone r.JU-Xi MCINTYRE Herald Slaff EDMONTON Jim Foster, minister of advanced educa- tion, said he never issued the direction that Lelhbridpe Com- munity College space was nol lo bi- rentPil to groups outside the govern menl. Mr. Foster said 'Monday in I he lepislalurc thai he read in the Lethbridge Herald that the collcpe board receivod an order from him not lo renl space in the Science1 Building al the college 10 unyoiu1 oilier than government personnel. Mr. Kosier raised Ihe issue durinp debate on spending es- limales for I lie dcpartmeni ol .'I'Jvaifced ninic.vle lhal lines o( foinnuinicalion sonielimes break down be I ween his depar'lmeni and col- lege and university hoards. he slraiphlened Ihe muller out (liM'inj; a nu'elinii with 1 rre.sidenl' Dr. C. Slcwart last week, tin.1 minister said. Dick Gruenwald (SC Li'ih- r s 1 1 HIM I be university and colleges com missions be abol- ished in impiove commmnca lioiih beiueen I hi- ininisler and Ihe h c govern. and uni boards often (he i rommis.sion.s anvwav .said Ihe Ml, A. Mr Fusler rejected ihe yi'slion. bnl .said in ihe Inluri1 [here may be cl.iser Iralion of jirojirams nnrlhern .nul (MJI'riK ;i.s a tnun on .Ian Mi. Itecaine a cily on May nxtfi. SPECIAL PURCHASE OF ASSORTED GROCERY STEMS SELLING AT I OFF REGULAR QUANTITIES SALE STARTS 9 A.M. THURSDAY CANNED FRUITS VEGS. DETERGENTS PAPER PRODUCTS O CAKE MIXES CAMMED MEATS PUDDINGS COFFEE fj PICKLES CEREALS TEA SOAP FLOUR SPICES JAM JELLO AND MANY OTHER ITEMS AND SEE NATIONAL FOR THESE VALUES GREY BLANKETS Full size Reg. 3.95 TARPAULINS We ccirry nil populnr foi ccir tops grain boxes nncl rjrounci siineis, heavy trcnled 8 oi. canvas LOWEST PRICE IN TOWN Wool Ijoff filling. Woim I ni flannel I in i n q. A ;i [i i o x. size Reg. 8 95 MEN'S NYLON GOLF JACKEV5 100% nylon. V.'nlrv LJt ropcllonl. Rurj. Value lo 4 00 BARBECUING MADE EASIER FOLDING CAMP GRILLS .88 nr Complete with Rciy-O-Vcic 6 ,7 J vol) faalffy, s Reg. 10.95 TWO-MAN RUBBER DINGHY Slronc, ruljbcrizcil tcinvtu. Douljls closing mflnlnblr riir cplh Reg. 43.95 1-Mon Vinyl 13.50 2-Mcn Vinyl 26.95 SINGLE 5 tuhc with piilow. Size 30x77 SATION WAGON 2-piece, foslcnoc! snapb. 54x76 LADIES' TEENS' 100% Sleeve- less. Sizes S. M. L. ti B "if Reg. Vnhie lo -1.68 Oprn Monday-Sntuidny 9 lo 6 Yliui sdciy-fi idciy 9 to 9 ;