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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta District The LettiBtidge Herald Local News Second Section Lethbridge, Alberta, Monday, September 16, 1974 Pages 11 to 20 BILL GROENEN photos Nature as you like it A hike up the mountain was among activities youngsters participated in when Assumption School moved its Grade 6 classrooms outdoors for five days last week to Camp Impeesa at Beaver Mines Lake, 30 miles west of Pincher Creek. While most of the time spent at the camp was restricted to specific en- vironmental studies, the mountain hike gave the youngsters a chance to get close to nature in any way they wanted. For Claude Bilodeau, 11, it was a shinny up a tree to obtain a squirrel's view of the forest while Robby Koep, 11, (lower left) kept his eye out for plant life and the odd berry along the trail. As one Grade 6 youngster packs his gear for an overnight camp Maria Szilagyi 10, (below) stops to refresh herself with a drink from a cool, fresh, mountain stream. Have faith, United Way workers told United Way canvassers must have faith in what they are do- ing if the campaign is to reach its objective, volunteers at the campaign kickoff breakfast were told today. If canvassers do not really believe in what they are doing, they should not be canvassing, said Jack Lutes, Saskatchewan commissioner for the Canadian Red Cross. Mr. Lutes later told The Herald some people would never contribute but for canvassers familiar with United Way agencies. Canvassers who know the work the agencies do can "turn a non-giver into a but first believe in the campaign to succeed in selling it, he said. He earlier told the approximately 100 volunteers gathered at Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant the New York Mets' rise from the cellar to the pennant in 1973 was only possible because the team believed in what it was doing. He emphasized the importance of the work of United Way supported agencies. Mayor Andy Anderson also spoke, urging canvassers to work to achieve the objective within the campaign month. He issued a proclamation asking citizens to support the United Way. The annual fund-raising drive begins today. United Way on its way Did you know Twenty-six arthritic patients in Southern Alberta were admitted to the Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society supported Rheumatic Disease Unit in Calgary for specialized treatment? Support the Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society through the United Way. 1974 campaign results to date: Professional National firms Residential Local Education Civic Provincial Federal employees Banks and Real estate Agency staffs UW n United way Deputy Mayor Vaughan Hembroff to run again Deputy Mayor Vaughan Hembroff announced today hell seek another term on city council. Citing concern over dollars and cents, Mr. Hembroff, who has been on council since 1968, said it is time the city pulled in its horns on spending. "We've spent a fair amount of money and made the city socially, culturally and recreationally a good place to live." said Mr. Hembroff. "I think we can keep expen- ditures down and look at ways to keep he said. Mr. Hembroff, 37, a lawyer with Virtue and Company, added that having been in on getting downtown redevelop- ment started, he'd like to re- main on council to make sure it "comes out the way it's sup- posed to." His candidacy brings to six the number of incumbents that will be seeking the eight aldermanic seats Oct. 16. At least six newcomers have also announced their intentions to run for council and the Civic Government Association meeting tonight at the Yates Centre at 8 p.m. is expected to produce several more. Nomination day is Wednes- day and candidates for all positions have to file their nomination papers between 10 a.m. and noon. VAUGHAN HEMBROFF Cancer drive smashes goal with The Lethbndge Unit of the Canadian Cancer Society has game "over the top" in its 1974 fund dnve. The objective was and at the weekend, contributions alone had ex- ceeded that total by There was also an objective of 34.885 for memorial contributions this year, and thai. too. had been exceeded hv Civic forum on election set Tuesday In the hope of stirring up some issues early in. the campaign, the Knights of Columbus. CounnJ 1490. will spon- sor a civic election forum Tuesday. The forum, to which all aldermanic can- didates are invited, will start al 9 p.m. at the Polish Hali and will at 745 131h St N. lake a question and answer formal Thr Knights of Colum- bus are also planning a forum for candidates for the Separate School Board lo be held the se- cond veek of October ;