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 - Page 6—THE HERALD, Provo, Utah Wednesday,...
Page 6—THE HERALD, Provo, Utah Wednesday, December 1,1971 Page 6—THE HERALD, Provo, utan weanesaay, uecemuei i, ™<i Project Navajo Bolstered By Help of Area Students Area students are par ticipating in Project Navajo, Sponsored by Arnold Air Society and Brigham Young University's University's Angel Flight. Project Navajo is a drive to collect canned goods, toys, who are Navajos. They were leaders in the drive assisted by Gary Warner and Clark Partridge. Partridge. Mrs. Phyllis Kerby, student council adviser, said the books class turned in the most canned foods a total of 1,541 cans. Paul Gourdin's ninth grade geography class collected 1,433 cans. The collection of material will continue in Utah County until eforfteNavaion ^ ta the TlS Lincoln Junior w cans for Knd this week are collecting toys, clothing and medicine. The Spanish Fork Middle School Student Council has obtained and boxed 15 cartons of history, science and literature textbooks. Brian Pinegar and Paul Barney, members of the council, have foster brothers College Merger Rejected SOUTH BEND, Ind. (UPI)The (UPI)The University of Notre Dame and St. Mary's College have announced that because of knotty financial and. administrative administrative problems they have scrapped plans to merge "at this time." The two Roman Catholic schools, located on adjoining campuses here, said in a joint statement that they "were unable to solve financial and administrative problems" connected connected with a proposed merger. seeking donations of earned foods, toys and clothing. At the Orem school, a contest was held under the direction of Kent Rowley, adviser. Kaye Woodward's ninth grade speech Hill Ah- Force Base to be flown to the reservation by military aircraft. The central drop point in Utah County is the National Guard Armory in Provo. LINCOLN JR. HIGH students haul boxes of foodstuffs from the lunchroom to the side of the building where an Air Force truck picked it all up. The students collected 5,600 cans of food through a contest in support of Project Navajo, an annual annual program sponsored by the Arnold Air Society and BYU's Angel Flight along with other Air Force related organizations throughout the state. _

Clipped from The Daily Herald01 Dec 1971, WedPage 5

The Daily Herald (Provo, Utah)01 Dec 1971, WedPage 5
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