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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta day, September 8, 1970 THE UTHBRIDGr. HERALD 11 Call Themselves 'Jems Freaks Unorthodox Christian Revival Movement Among Youths Established TORONTO (CT) An unor- thodox Christian revival move- ment among youth lias reached Toronto. The s e 11 -s I y 1 e d "Jesus Freaks" established a "Chris- tian commune" last month in a Smith Calls Fall Election In N.S. HALIFAX (CP) A youth- oriented platform heavy oh law reform and .the ereation of jobs was outlined to the Nova S'cotia electorate here as Premier G. I. Smith announced his govern- ment would seek it first man- date since he assumed leader- ship Oct. 13. The program which won the Progressive Conservative party re-election in 1967 under then leader Robert L. Stanfield had been substantially .completed and the party now would pro- pose a platform "geared to the needs of the "70s" he told a hur- riedly called news conference at the weekend. Premier Smith, who assumed leadership in September, 1967, after Mr. Stanfield became leader of the national PC party, will be fighting his seventh elec- titn since he was first elected to the legislature in 1949. The PCs have held power in Nova Scotia since the 1956 gen- eral election. Standings in the 46-seat house are PCs 41, Lib- erals 5. downtown residential area and have started a mission lo the city's youth in street slang. Long-haired and barefoot or short-haired and straight, "we're stoned on Christ, that's our explained Anna Jean McNaught, 20, a resident of the commune. The commune is called Em- according to the gospel of Luke, Hie resurrected Christ met the apostles on the road to Eminaus. The freaks isay if is one of three or four in 'Canada. In addition to the seven mem- bers of the sect, who range in age from 10 lo 29, it is also home to several temporary resi- dents, some of them being helped off drugs and alcohol. Jean Morton, 25, says she has been a Jesus Freak for four [part of that is spreading God's years. ilove to others." "Before then I was a lot oil Another member, a J9-ycar- other things, including other re- ligions. This isn't really a reli- gion, it's more a relationship." "The house has a two-fold says Sharon Nacduff. 25. "It's a house of God in that the people are here lo learn more about God and God in re- old United States Army deserter from Miami, Fla., got to the commune by way of a coffee- house in Yorkville run by a pen- tecostal evangelist who also ministers to youth. "I used to take a lol of he said. "I was searching, like lation to others. And the second j everyone else on dope. I had ac- cepted Christ In my own way: Love but do your own thing." Then he dropped into the cof- Stepping S'Lone. "They were preaching Jesus. I had tried everything else so I tried it and it's really beauti- ful." The seven include Roman Catholics and Anglicans as well as former United Church mem- bers. Each morning they spend 45 minutes lo an hour in inlcr- i denominational devotions a t their main-floor chapel. Morning housework is fol- lowed by free time, dining which they work, go to school or preach in Ihe streets. The house relies on faith (o pay for the groceries and (he monthly house rent. So far. failh has paid off in donations from nuns, churches and sev- icral individuals. Two members help support [he community wilh outside jobs. Drugs, alcohol anrl pre-mari- lal sex are drugs as being unfair U, former addicts jand pre-marital sex because it is forbidden in the Bible. "Our relationships are ur reatonsps are as and there's no .sexual says Anna i Deadline Set For IWA Strike KELOWNA, B.C. (CP) Th southern interior British Colum bia negotiating committee o the International Woodworker of America has set a strik deadline for Sept. 11 following a breakdown in talks with em ployers. Wyman Trineer, spokesman for the committee, said here that negotiations between the union, representing about workers in the interior, and the Interior Southern Labor Rela tions Association has reached a stalemate. No further meetings were scheduled. Mr. Trineer said the union after serious consideration, se a strike deadline for 8 a.in Sept. 11. He said the union explom every avenue in attempts to solve the dispute and was "deeply disturbed by the atti- tude and position taken by the ISLRA is their failure to give recognition to recent establish- ed contract settlement pat- terns." The employees currently earn a base rate of hourly and are demanding a SI.14 an hour increase. About 40 fores- try firms are involved. Iiitliaii Pupils Miss School lu New Protest FROG LAKE (CP) An un- determined number of children from five Indian reserves in east-central Alberta are being kept out of school by parents protesting conditions on the re- serves. A spokesman for the parents said today wells on the re- serves are polluted and the water cannot be used. As a re- sult, children often cannot wash and have been insulted by teachers and other children at (lie Central School in Heins- burg. The parents are stopping school buses at reserve bound- aries. They were to meet later loday with Indian affairs offi- cials to discuss the situation. Resigns Post EDMONTON (CP) U. K. Bannister, a member of the university of Alberta board of governors, has announced his resignation effective Sept. 30. Board chairman ,1. E. Brad- Icy said in a prepared state- ment loday Mr. Bannister, also chairman of the board's build- ing committee, is resigning for business reasons. His term was lo last until June 30, 172. The board will request the provincial govern- ment lo appoint a successor. FRYING CHICKEN 3-4 Ib. average WESTON'S SALTED OR PLAIN Sodas Prices effective until closing Saturday, September 12 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES GREEN GiANT NIBLETS CORN OR PEAS 12 oz. 14 oz. Appfesauce 4 9QP TABLE RITE RED BRAND STANDING Table Rite Red Brand Beef Ib. RIB ROAST The King of Roasts ..........ib. PORK ROAST Table Rite, picnic sfyie, hack on Ib. I Nabisco Shreddies or n Cereal SH. wheat.......... L f0r BOLOGNA 45" BACON ENDS GARLIC SAUSAGE Swift's Premium, Mb. pkg. Ib. "p Peak Freen, 3 varieties BISCUITS 8-oz. pkgs. for ALBERTA YELLOW SUGAR 5-lb. pkg. CLARK'S TOMATO or VEGETABLE SOUP 10-oz. tins for 99' RED ROSE COFFEE TOP VALU Flaked Tuna 6.5-01. tins 2 w 85" Kidney Beans 4fDr 89c Kraft CrabaPPle or Grape 9-oz. lOc off Mb. bag TOP VALU NEW PACK IGA DAIRY SPECIALS Cheese Bulk Cheddar, mild Ib. 69C Top Valu, 3 varie .......8-oz. pkg. RASPBERRY JAM MONARCH POUCH PAK 48-oz. tin 1 .29 WEST'S Veg. Oil TCrj bottle f 5r Sanitary Napkins 6Cconottsm 43c J-CbfhS Pink or Blue 12', 59C T i! i Crest Reg. or Mint .09 Toothpaste Fam 1 Mir Detergent LT24.oZ. b0tties 88c Polar Bear Low Detergent Ph..POi......... 3o.oz ROMPER Cheese Slices opV83orS39c CAKE MIXES Margarine A Top Valu, Parchment Wrap 1-lb. pkg. for PURITY Cream Cheese 9-oz. pkgs. FREEZE DRIED Maxim 4-oz. jar .19 FLOUR IGA FROZEN FQQDS French Fries Danish Cake 79c TV 69c FRASER VALE RASPBERRIES 15-oz. pkg. 2 for 20-lb. bag 3 pkgs. Yeast Free 1 .39 CAMPBELL'S HOME STYLE Beans and Pork 14oz 9 t tins d, for CRISCO Shortening Mb. pkg. for IGAhABLE FRESH PRODUCE FOR BE-TO MEALS OGILVIE Rolled Oats 3-lb. pkg..... 59" PERFEX Bleach 64-oz. jug COLGATES Beauty Soap 3 t 350 APPLES TOMATOES GRAPES PEPPERS CABBAGE CANADA FANCY California Delicious Ib. 29' CANADA NO. 1 B.C. Approx. 5-lb. basket THOMPSON GREEN Seedless B.C. RED Sweet SOUTHERN ALBERTA Canada No. 1 Ibs. GRAPEFRUIT RUBY RED Sweet and Juicy 56's 29' I W CANADA FANCY B.C. PEARS 3-LB. BASKET ;