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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta -f-cimily Worki A workshop In Family Dyna- mics will be presented by the Lelhbridgc Family Services and Hie University of I.cth- bridge, on Friday and Saturday of llus week. The sessions will lie liold in tile gymnasium of the Gait School of Nursing residence. A wide variety of topics will be discussed during the pni- 3e (Hscnsseci mump, ine pro- gram, ami speakers he George Mann, Hal Weaver, Tony Miller, Wes Bascom, 1'c- ter I.omas and Menno Bolilt. The Friday program will in- clude discussion of family dy- namics, an overview; an ap- to interviewing; the proach post pioneer family and tlic Mormon family pattern. Saturday sessions will be on the Japanese family; cultural assimilation among Canadian Orientals; and European im- migrant groups. At (he close of presentations, informal groups will be set up for discussion and general idea I exchange with resource per- sons and other participants. There is no charge for the workshop, and all interested persons are welcome to attend. For further information, please contact Mrs. Joan Puckctt at Lethln-idge Family Services, j 327-5724. I Monday, 17, THE ItTHBRIDGI HERAID J "j H 11 uleiidcir of local lit. There will lie a rummap? on display Mill include rlinncr- at the (lolden Milo Senior Ohi- ornainrnl'.. lamps, zens' Centre. 320 11 St. S. on garden penalties Uoor Saturday, 1'2 at in a in. hi: erynne COniC. St. Augustine's AOV exccil- j live council will meet ;it The regular meeting of thr p.m. on Tuesday in the Bnm- 1 lo Shnr? IjricK. Room. A sochil will lol- Hospitals (or Crippled Cln'l- low at 8 p.m. All women n! rlrcn. v.ill be held on Tuesday (he parish arc welcunu1. 1 nt p.m. at the home of Mrs. Mel Fcngstad, pcnthonw. The Vhirl-A-Ways will hold i the regular square ami round dancing on Monday at CHEQUE PRESENTATIONS The ladies of Ihe Order of the Royal Purple recently presented a total of S6CO lo several worthy organizations which opera Ie in the cily. Receiving are cheques from the OORP are, lefr lo rght, Mrs.'Isabel Wray (Heart Doreen Mose (Associate Royol Mrs. Dorothy Roadhouse (Canadian Cancer Mrs. Frances Gardner (Re- habilitation for the Margaret Rolh (Honor- ed Royal Eetly Anderson (Lelhbridge Associ- ation for the Mentally F. C. Russell (Canadian Mental Health Mrs. Marlene Price (District Sister M. Clarissa (Canadian Menial Health in St. Augustine's purish Houtul dance practice at p.m. All square dancers me welcome. Women are iiskcd to please briny a box lunch. The regu I ar meet in of 1 he Auxiliary U> Siirirn: Hospitals for Crippled will be hold on Tuesday at p.m. Ri the home of MIT. Mel F e n s t a cl. penthouse.1. Rnncho Motor Hotel. hostesses Wliimster ster All will tie Mrs. .lean ami Mrs. Kay For- come. tn dmiinstances. Ladies Old Timers Pemmican Chili wliist parly will he can- celled or Tuesday, anci will he liehl on V.'cdiiesctoy. April 19 nt p.m. in ihc club rooms. Otli St. and oth Avc. S., lor I occasion only. Sigma Chapter, liela Sigma Phi, will meet, at Ihe home nf Sirma Mrs. R S. Gall. 523 21th St. S.. Tuesday at p.m. The Retired RCMP officer says holriinp their next meeting this The l.ionetlc dinner meeuns [Tuesday, April 13 at the home of K. M.' Frame. Avc. Mrs. D. lierlando will hs presenting the evening's pro- 'gram. Members arc also tcia v.ill be held on Tuesday ai p.m. in Sven Ericksen's Fam- ily Restaurant. Please note change of meeting place. i minded to hand in (heir banquet The regular monthly meeting money al the meetirg. ol the Multiple Sclerosis So- cicty will he held on Wednes- day at p.m. at the Aus iliary Hospital. Entertainment be provided by the High- land Dancers, under the direc- tion of Sandra Moline and Ca- rol Ramage. A lea and ceramic show. sponsored by I h e Dr. V. H. Mewburn QBE Chapter. IODE. will be held on Thursday from f-9 p.m. at Enerson Motors downtown showroom. Ceramics QUICK................ THRIFT................ BUtK................. COIN-OPERATED........ BY THE POUND DRY CLEANING PER LB. Minimum per order LEE DUCK DRY CLEANERS 330 13th ST. N. PHONE 327-2770 Attractive cvcle salesman Now.. .the only Zenith Hearing Aid with DIRECTIONAL HEARING Zenith's new WESTWOOD "D" ''selects" the sounds you want to hear! The srnjffest bchinff-fhs-paf hearing aid Zenith yet it can "listen" to the sounds you want to hear, and "innore" ihosn you rJcm't! It enhances sounds (ronn 1he front nnci lioirnds from (h rear. Designed for noisy situations, like crowded social gatherings. Entire unit wcifjhs less than ounce. SEE AND TRY THE NEW WESTV.'OOQ DIRECTIONAL AT LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. 715 PARAMOUNT THEATRE BIDG. Phono 328-4080 or 327-2272 OTTAWA fCP) Suzanne 1 S a u n ci e r s, an attractive 25 j year-old blonde. Initial hi her i typewriter for a snowmobile 18 months nRO. She began selling i the winter-lime machines, j After only one season she's a top salesman for on Ottawa i firm and the sales manager of I the winter-time machines. I Customer react ion has heen one of occasional surprise lint she few complaints and her presence has been known to soothe even the most irate cus- I lomcrs. j Miss Sauntlers's own precon- ceptions rejjardintf cycling have changed since shn began her sales career. "Jt is no longer only tlie black-leather-jaeket gang rulli- ans who arc cyclists. Teachers, students and housewives are buying hikes as well." Miss Saundcrs is an accom- plished motorcycle and snow- mobile driver herself. i Her salesmanship shows when i she says: "I've even got rny i father riding a mini-bike." Another woman to meet sue- cess in the competitive world of i Ottawa sales is Denise Scully. Miss Scully was greeted wilh "giggles" by her felhnv car salesmen she first walked into the showroom. ATTEND THE ALL NEW A.NAF.-UNIT 34 COR. Slfi AVE. ortd 6th ST. S. TUESDAY, APR. 18th 8 p.m. IN THE CLUBROOMS first 12 Games Firs) Cord _ Olhert 25c each 1st No. Jackpot (increase weekly) 2nd No. Jackpot (Increases weekly) BLACKOUT IN S3 NUMBERS OK IESS Extra 5 Games Cords 25c each or 5 lor All regular gomes pay double if won in 7 nos. or less MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS BINGO RAINBOW HALL 5lh Ave- N TUESDAY, APRIL 18th nt 8 p.m. First Jutkpol S50 in 53 No-.., 2nd Jockpol in 58 Nos. Free and 25c per Card, 5 Cards SI.00 3 Free Games Door Prize No Children Under 16 Yeais Sponsored by A.U.U.C. Associoliort PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ElKS LODGE ROOM (Upslaiti; EVERY THURS.-B p.m. Monday, Apr. 17th JACKPOT NOS. "20 AlARM BINGO- SI Gold Card Pay Doubt. door Free Cardt (Many other exlrns} Regurar Card. 25c or i for S! I3lh 51. and 61H 'A' N. No children under 16 allowid UKRAINIAN GREEK-ORTHODOX CHURCH BASEMENT Cor. 13th Slreel end 7lh Avenue N. PUBLIC BINGO EVERY TUESDAY p.m. DOOR PRIZE FREE CARDS TREE GAMES BINGO CARDS 25c EACH 5 CARDS SI.00 BLACKOUT IN 50 NUMBERS OR LESS (Jackpot Increases 55 WeeWvl JACKPOT in 7 Numbers or Lets Three seven numbers or less Jackpot eoch Sorry No person under 16 years of ago ajlowea1 SIMPSONS-SEARS Time to Save With Playtex BE SPIRIT' t' f h M Froc Spirit Tricot Bras for today's soft "natural fook" Unique "no-show" cup searns lo J compliment today's fashions "7 Lingerie type rinn; and slidp atljifstable shoulder Sheor elaslic srdes and biick 10 HOUR BRAS 18 Bras frrst v support bras that aro -5 comfortabfe for hours Mado wilh SpanfiUo--- the cxclusivfi fabric Nylnn face snlf-acfjuslahlfl cups in a unique elac-trc fraiTte for perfer.l fj!