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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 1ME IHHBRIHGE WRAUl Tii chiefs tlesccnddni In Olidicd to ic Learn-in centre OTTAWA. (Hit. A descen- dciil pen 1 s f r n U 10 p.m. t n A f (h PI 111 pmhc meet-i 11 e old i i 1 V 100! TU i mining t t I like e ei vone tin M tie !nt age, j t e c ntic (i h w it t I s o cii }Y lp with n f ot f -n e mater- cen- 1 t t u I rl n M >777. Mrs. Mary Anderson, a 71- i year-old Metis from Selkirk. .Manitoba, In4 two sons in Hie Second Wnrld War. Private Vcnio.'i Anderson. was killed in Italy in while serving with the Princess ['at- rieia Canadian Light Infantry. lie is buried near Ortona, scene of much bitter fighlinij. Private John Anderson. ?-l, uas killed in France while serving the Queen's Own Cameron Highlander-; of Can- ;ida. lie is buried at Urettevillc- Mrs. Anderson, a widow, is a d ('.-Tendon of Chief Peguis, is still remembered in the to while settlers. While in Ottawa, she will lie the guest of The Koyal Cana- dian legion, and will place one of six official wreaths during (he nationally televised cere- mony on It. Other wreaths will be placed by the Governor General; a representative of (he Prime Minister: the Cliicf of Defence Staff. General F. "R. Sharp; Y o u t h Representatives Mar- guerite Xoveu. Campbell! on, N'.B., and Carol Hcarn. St. John's, Nfld.. and Redmond Roche, Legion national presi- dent. ixtra help Due a buy from sub- urban KKihicokc. enrolled in Gi'adc 7. counlc'd on his fingers. Hi i u d not imillipk anil did ml UK M lid Hit difference hitui n i i ni ind i dollar 111 I 11 Ihi mi I iv entered (id ml is 1 i n up with I he regular high school pro- gram. Ill pif, i s u lllcd from what he wn.-; taught at the Vi m n nnddli school learn- in ccntr Ih 11 oil project Iriiniclitd In II K I o b i c o I; e (h 1 1 ul i u go foi- a n i i ho had never mid i Icylim it i iss from one fid i o the IK t of tin oiininn are to Man really try." Visilois to the centre ask how children cou'd gel as far as Grade II without grasping the fundamentals of spelling, read- ing and arithmetic. Mrs. I'oril said they were moved along each year in line with a policy of keeping them with others their own uge. Each PI- irird to take me per- with others their own uge. linen succeeding teacher tried to take I them along as far as time per- mitted in classes of .'15 or more. Hut none of these children had ever covered a year's school work in one L'rade. SHE REMEMBERS A Metis mother who Icsl two sons rn World Weir II, will represent Canadian motherhood at the national Remembrance ceremony in Ottawa on No- vembsr 11. She is Mrs. Mary Anderson of Selkirk, Mani- toba. Both her sons were killed overseas. One died in Italy 1943, and the other was killed in France a year later. Child-carrying gift io Prime OTTAWA (CP) Prime Minister Tmdcan. uhose wife is expecting a hahy nex! month, was presented yeMer- day wiUi an Indian child- carrying haskel, the type that straps on your hack. "Very, very nice." said Ilie prime minister. "My wife u'ii! he be carrying it." The bafkel was a gift of the P-ritish Columbia Centcnnia Commitiee and the National Press Club of Canada It was scheduled to be presented to dent the belligerence and tears that have marked the behavior n'ne newcomers to the centre this fall will disappear. This is ivhat happened with last year's i K e tnd i df classes. lilis fall. Some of them mad; up u h i-. f 11 is in l n ul i cl i IL i f tK1 I c pi s u not spee- t icular. sjK'nd most of each day l i cl is is Put they re- turn to Ihc learn-in centre for j is tlv grand finale winding up special help in their weak sub-; a tea wcrk cr.urse in modelling, i sponsored by the Family Y. Presiding over the centre is d e n I s ranging from a Moreen llaniwick. a leaclier for teenager through Io a in years Shp says she is eonfi-! sophisticated older woman nave ul Family Y Scrrcts of the Fashion World been learning about the vari- ous types of modelling, the art of make up, and fashion ac- cessories awl public relations, under the guidance of profes- dozen pupils, when they 'found i sional model Elsie Rasmussen they were capable of learning ami began to gain self-confi- fashicn show will be held at 8 p.m. on Friday in the Fam- Y building. Tickets are The basket was marit- by MatiMa .liai. of the Mount Curry Reserve, Mr. Trudean strapped on the basket for the benefit ol photographers. School psychologist Laura I available at the doer. SOl'KC'E OF IIEFLKCTION EASTFSOURNE. England !AP) A National Road Safety congress mourned the passing of miniskirts because, a dele- gate said, the expanse o) leg they revealed had a valuable re- flcclivc quality at night when caught in n ear's headlights. CHECK OUR PRICES WITH ANY STORE IN TOWN YOU Wilt BE SURPRISED AT THE SAVINGS COMPACTS AND NECKLACE SETS PRICE 304 on the Second Floor, 1o Save You More! SANDY'S JEWELLERY 304 5th SI. 5. Phone 327-4625 Hitsehnidiwi'd honored DR. LOTTA DAUGHTERS OF THE NILE FASHION SHOW Ticket Winners Were; Mr. Keith Ferguson Lethbriclgp FAYS APPARfrL f Mr. Martin GaHonburcj Vulcan Mrs. L. B. Smith NEW YORK rURRlEPS Mrs. Duchan Lothbridno PAV.'ORTH JEWELLERY Mrs. Betty Marshall MARIE IGUISc 9 Miss Corme! Lni'ibi CLASSIC COlf-FURES II I ni l j gram i tic little I C i 1 t n be I i l 1 i s i day t 1 II t I SC 1 c diuar- n i c n ij. the t t n in Tria- 1 1 n 10 schools, ,v ircetings and on tele- vision and radio, tn help raise fund.-, [or the agency's over lO'i projects in 1- countries. intensely practical woman, .she knowi tiiat lime is money in a voluntary aqency dependent on the generosity of concerned Ca- ntKliaiis. Thn I'SC was founded by Dr. nil-schmanova in IMS to help Kurope's children, the most pit- victims of six years of war. Signing alone in one room in nn old in Ottnwa, Dr. IlitsciinKiiiova is now helped by a staff of 1G paid employees nri A -rT- cr D i M CASA VERDE FL ATT E R IN G DRESS from SYLBERT'S SHOES tctilhor, antl Wn tes. pumps, oxfords nnd years in the of overseas development, Dr. Hit- t sclimnnova can look back on j many missions accomplished and (asks completed, but as each door closes, another opens and tcday she is moving into an entirely new field of work 1 in Southern Africa, her vision! undimmod and her strength un- i diminished Come on over to Calgary Export. It's brewed from the world's finest malt Alberta's Conquest barley malt ripened to golden perfection under the western prairie sun. Here's beer the way beer should taste bursting with flavour, alive with deep-down satisfaction from the very first glass. Earned a man-sized thirst? Reach for Calgary Export. Come on over to Calgary Export. It's big, bold and beautiful! ;