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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 1C THE U'HBRIBGE HCRAIP Mondoy, April 3, 197J ren r x activities 8 oivn Mark lind nol been warned. 1 house !f you loucli Hie toj> of Ui? child's slovc yon will burn your lie was not Uupht what the was; all In.1 worried Ilio spank- OH, WOULDN'T IT BH LUVtRLY! Perhaps ihc thought of hoi summer days and cool bre .v inspired this f rosly statue, but its creators might have quite a wait before c king-size Texas Mickey ii on the market. For nov, il's jubt a mailer of willing and honing. The hotlle graces iHe backyard of Ine C. M. vni dor Lee family, 7917 Pnrksidc Drive and was built by letMo righl, Fred Wolhert, Cdilh Walberr, Peter, Joan and Dick van der Lee. Kerber Photo ing. Hemenibor, if you cnulion a child not to do .something I out explaining Ihc dimmer, tlic t'aolm1 ir.eidnru1 of acculculal nd accidents in tlio Cuundl on Health in Canada. ;i child i.s necps-j child will lliink UiaL he's been s.iiy, but onlv be effective forbidden lo do something at- if done in I hi? child's own Inn-Inactive and will do it as soon small child dues as mother's back is lurned. adults call "com- Doctors, experienced in dcnl- man but he can learn vutu childhood poisonings Hie m'.'airing of safely in ard accidrnts, say such acci- tion to i ho familiar things of i occur most oficn during Ins own world, such as toys, Ihc ages of one and three food ami clrdung, j precisely that time when the As mi the child can i cbi'd is ncqnu'ijig a .spnse of ho not to touch or ju'i-ypcctive. cxplcring sur- roundings and i.s m need of clnsL- pfirtntnl Children normally bagin to bcrcoinc acridenl prone when they first learn to jit up, and later, to or crawl. The Council at this a.sU'go UK'.', all poL'so- is nous such as medi- cines, clpan.scrs. palish, snaps and other chemicals be stored b and doesn't notice (lie proximity to an tpni hollle of cleanser, or when j-lip leaves I lie room for a minu'.e to answrr the plKjne or duar- bell. Council that parcnLs remove all polen'ially dangerous products from Ihc by yon'd liHiclly p.ucss I'Jnster j is a! road y and school rjildrcn enjoy a from 'Hi? CDiiditions oiMsHlr Mill irysl HUcly afford r.uiJi rccrenlion for (he kids ard much washing for mom. The lo au- that all cotmnmiity pro- grams will ho for trU work and will slari again vvcck of April II, However, p-.of'iani'i held regularly at. the1 Civic Centre continue tl'is wcc'k, wiih the exception of Tliis ill include Keep Kit ai'.d SsrVim mi Mcnday nigiu and Thursday moniing; tluy nufniirij tennis, if j swim -irwl Tiny Tols hope lint evcrycmc Hie r break and vr luok forward to seeing ThurEclay nights Ls conLiiminR [is n success. If anyone is interested in this program con- tac-L Hie VWCA for further in- fonr.rlion or jvisL go along the next Thursday (April 8-LO p.m. n! (.laiiji.iith School. child's path and try to everyone back in elnss. more familiar witli (lie wci'kl children inhabit. AM Blue Triangles and Y Teen [M mips arc cancelled for this and will meet agnin the of April 10th. Tlif Jvmior Guitar class has tDrininiilcd for this season buL pvohnhly started again later this year. Tlic Lndics Take A Break at Centre has fin- i-Oicd for Ibis reason due lo the cloFing of the Ice Cenlrc. We hope the women enjoyed the program and will look for- ward to starling another group. TAB groups at (he Bowman Ait Centre and Ashgrove mixed vn'leyball class Apartments are still in full fialbrailh school on i swing. taste wiirniiu: lilift lio! like sub the ganizalin drug iiul warriJMi iin substances by they hurl him ;rr or fire, or taslc u'os he liales, sr.ys a non-profit or- by the of Bui frum intu trcuble. yiiiiti.i: ehildicn do not 10- memlxr and often do not c.niin-t-L punishment wilh (he bohauor that prompt it. Take il'.L- ease of three-year- old Mr.rk who was told bv his A Calendar Of Local happenings on high shc'lvos well out of their and reach. Me (I i c i n e s, particularly, should he kept in a locked cabinet away from children. Destroy n n u s o d medicines, he would be snank- when trpalmcnt is completed, cd if In- touHied the top of the by flushing them nway. stove. of looking for the HcusrlirJrl chemicals; should real d.irwi1. Mark touchctl the: also be cxlreme cau- hot Icnking (ion are over hi- sluiulcier to see if his nearby, .Many niolhcr wjiUlun.ii I v.hilc poisonings occur i.s cleaning the Tlic A will hold tho r. nil-it1 square and round fuiiu'.- Moiulay at p in. in Si. Auguslincs hnll. tioiind tUince prar- (Jse al 7: !D i- in. All square danceis wck'onic. Women are asked to please bring a box hmcb. PUBLIC BiNGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LFTHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upslolrs) EVERY TH1JRS.-3 p.m. Tlic Litdics Aid lo Si. Peter St. Paul's Clrock Calholic Church will hold (ho ixiinlnr itieoLitig on 'Hipsciny m M p in in Ihc church hall will be Mrs. George OnolVy- cluik and Mrs. Goorgo NL'.ol- son. Tho nionLhly mcelinii (jf Ihe Women's Jc'edoi alion of .Si An- Presbyterian Churcli v.ill f held Tuesday at p.m. Tlie exccu'jve will meet nt p.m. St. Mary's n-ill hold a regular htisiness mcc'irjs in HIP parish hall on Tuesday ;il 2 p.m. Mrs. R. Rnnnnrd will I be hostess. The ACW will hold a .spring lea i.ntl sule on Tucs- day. May 4. I'-vciyone welcome, j picked up ti'.vouyh Frulay, Api'il fur sale j Lo b? ht'ld on April in a! SouLliwcsi Auction Barn, 2nd Avc. X. AppH.incos, used clothing, furniture, toys, i THE BETTER HALF By Barnes BINGO RAINBOW HALL 14D1 5lh Ave- N- TUESDAY, APRIL 4lh al 8 p.m. Firsl JiulFOl 575 in 58 Noi., 2nd JoeVpol S55 in S6 Nos. Free and Gamo, per Cord. 5 ST.OC 3 Free Gumts Door Prilc No Children Under 16 lean Sponsored By A.U.U.C. Asioriaiion QUICK........ THSIFT......... BUIK..... COIN-OPERAIED BY THE POUND PER LB. Minimum per order LEE DUCK DRY CLEANERS 330 Klih ST, N. PHONE 327-277G inn; cf Mr- Killop UnV will lir h3ld ns follows; Cnrcioot, .M o n tl a y, Apil at H p.m. v.-UU Mi-s. C. 1711 2iLh St. S.; Madill. Tui'Ectay zl p.m. with ML-S. J. Rice, afo Mayor Drive; S k o 1 r ood, Tuesday p.m. wiLli Mrs. K. Holland. 2726 llth Ave. N.: Casllrs, Wedncsdny, April 12 al a.m. iviih D. Kirk- ham, ]71h Ave S.r Myers, at fi p.m. wilh T. 2203 lOlh Ave. S, Tlin r npiu-ral meeting was c uncoiled because cf wca- condilinns and Ihe plained 1 program will hn held April i-i from 2-5 p.m. in Ihe church Lull. Tlierr- will In? a hake table and a nursery provided. "George slarted o bad trend when he threw lhal silver dol lar across a river. Now pollllcians think nothing of throwing mil- I ions across Hio ocean Tuesday, April 4th through Saturday, April 8th COME IN AND HAVE A P5ECE OF AND CASH IN ON THE LUCKY COINS If you get any one of the 5 lucky pennies it entitles you to 20% off any item in stock. Any one of the 3 lucky nickles, and Jwnn get off any item in the store. If you gel the lucky dime, your choice of merchandise up lo Q% OFF ALL MERCHANDISE IN STOCK 317A 6th St. S. Open 9 a.m. lo p.m. 9 to 9 on Thurxdayi UKRAINIAN GREEK-ORTHODOX CHURCH BASEMENT Cor. I3lh Street ond 71h Avenue N. PUBLIC BINGO EVERY TUESDAY p.m. DOOR PRIZE FREE CARDS FREE GAMES EINGO CARDS 25c EACH 5 CARDS SI.00 BLACKOUT IN 59 NUMBERS OR LESS S5 Weekly) S25 JACKPOT in 7 Numbers or Less Three seven numbers or less Jackpot 525 each Sorry Mo p'-ricn under 16 years of ago allowed ATTEND THE ALL NEW 34 COR. 5th AVE. and 6th ST. S. TUESDAY, APR. 4th 8 p.m. IN THE CLUBROOMS firsl 12 Games FifSt Card _ Others 25c euch 1st No, Jackpot S260 (increase S10 weekly) 2nd No. Jackpot (inccrases SSweekly) Blackout in 51 Numbers Extra 5 Gumes Cards 25c each or 5 (or All regular games pay double if won in 7 nos. or leu MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS 35. letting h c r I choose the color ul I the neir car. LA. TO FO.E. Monday, Apr. 3rd JACKPOT SMS 54 NOS. "20 ALARM BINGO" SI Gold CnrrI Pay Double Door Free CorrJi [Mnny other oxfrns) Regular Cards 25c or 5 for SI Illll St. nnJ 6lh Avo. 'A' H. No children under 16 allowed The Cosmotique Ltd. 305 6lh Si. S ''hone 33B-12I7 Leihhridge, Algeria 305 6th St. S. Phone 328-1212 Letiibridge, Alberta Tlie Classics, containing: YOUTH-DEW PURSE SPRAY, ESTO- DERME EMULSION, ESTODERME CREME, LIP GLOSS is your special bonus and your Esfec Laucler purchase of 7.50 or more made Monday, April 3rd through Saturday, April Sill. Come in personally to the Estee Louder cosmelic counter. This offer expires Saturday, April 8th. BEAUTY CLASSICS at the ESTEE LAUDER Counter 305 6th St. S. DOWNTOWN Phone 328-1212 ;