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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THl IETHBRIDCI HIRALO Mondoy. Apn'l PHUXOLOGY h e slmly o( having a good time. Every- one enjoys {.Tiling lordlier for a (un-filk'il linn'. Now thai cur warm weather i> hero, iioople arc- even tuore inclined lo and enjoy themselves. Lots of pcojilc are out clcanilif: up Mieir yards and planning (or the up-coming summer vacntion. Dclnccn raking and m lipping wouldn't it lie nice lo take a in mir coulees, lake a trip to Walerloii 'or the spring view, play catch, make a boat, have a party or visit a neigh- bor. A lol of recreation activities arc cheap and encompabs ev- erything lliat anyone enjoys ilurinp their tree time. So I a k e a break away from u-prkine, planning or looking (or lomorrow live now; tvtien the sun shines itl I.elh- bridge lake advantage of it. Enjoy the good phunc-logy's which our busi- ngs. Ttie YYVCA offers many classes and short i n t c r esl courses [or your enjoyment. Some of the classes arc: tiny creative movement, junior and advanced pymnaslics, la- dies' keep fit and swim, indoor- outdoor tennis instruction, co- ed volleyball. English, syn- chronized swimming, adult gui- tar classes, junior drama, Y Teens and Blue Triangles and yoea. Because the popularity of Deanne Dearing's yoga classes, another evening class has been added. There is yoga at the Bowman Art Centre, Tuesday p.m., Wednesday p.m and Thursday mor- ning a.m. There is still room in the morning class for interested people. For the more advanced yoga enthusiasts, there is a class on Thursday evenings from p.m. 11 you have a young girl who is i member of the YWCA Blue Triangles or Y Teens al the various neighborhood schools, why not pop in; meet the leaders, and see what they do. You learn sometliing or you might he able to suggest sometliing. We'd like your in- This next week is Hie last week for the ladies' take a break group at Ashgrovc Apartments. This been n very successful group and we hope it will start up again iu the fall. Don't [orget Ihe New To You Shop. They are always In need of clothing of all sizes and small household items. If you can donate any such items or volunteer your time phone the shop at 328-M36. Books needed People busy with spring cleaning and are sorting and discarding at tins time are ask- ed by the Council of Home and School Associations to remem- ber the two library appeals. Books, magazines, pamphlets and other items suitable for children in Grades 1 through 6 may he sent to 1819 12th Ave. S., for use in the Indian School at Glenwood. The school's teacher. Mrs. Helen Mackenzie, would also appreciate any material suit able for use in Ihe adult eve- ning classes. Senior high school reference material and university books no longer on the curriculum lists will be welcomed by Mr Pcnner, the librarian at the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute Donors are asked to phone LCI, 323-9606 for pick up. Casli donations for this li brary would also be greatly ap- preciated. HELPI PLEASE SPRING ME These prisoners behind bars are ad orphans in search of new homes. Mary lovable dogs are held behind ol Ihe Lethbridge animal sheller in the riverboltom rignl now. Maybe Ihe right pet for your family is among (hern. Phone 327-4003 for information. B.Walter Kerber Photo EASY TRIFLE With little preparation, canned peaches, pudding mix and a raspberry jelly roll he- come an easy peach (rifle for a company's-coming dessert. QUICK................ THRIFT................ BULK................. COIN-OPERATED........ BY THt POUND DRY CLEANING 40' PER LB. Minimum per order LEE DUCK DRY CLEANERS 330 13fh ST. N. PHONE 327-2770 Marriage, is name of game The marriage name is llic subject of the new program be- ing presented by Ihe LcLh- bridge Family Service bureau. Films, lectures and group discussions will centre around Ihe stapes and skills of (he marriage relationship, with the bureau's counselling staff act- ing as speakers and group leaders. The series commences al p.m. tomorrow, and will be held each Tuesday for five consecutive weeks; Ihe first three segments starting at and the last two at 8 p.m. No charge is heing made for the program, which will be hold in the Red Cross building, 1120 Uh Ave. S. A baby silling service is provided for the af- ternoon sessions only- All interested persons are in- vited to attend. A Calendar Of Local happenings The Ogdcn unit ol Soulhmin- stcr UCW will meet at the home of Mrs, Lois Ogden, 1920 6th Ave. S.. on Tuesday at Oddfellows, Flebekahs and friends arc reminded of the card party to be licld on Tues- dflv at p.m. in the Oddfel- lows Hall. Mrs. ,T. K. McGregor of 926 flfh St. S. will hostess to Ihe Margaret Hartley Past Pres- idents' Club al 2 p.m. on Tues day. Golden Reflections, a fashion show for the mature citizen, will he presented at the Yales Memorial Centre on Sunday, Way 7 at p.m. Tickets arc available from Eatons, Merle Norman Cosmetics, Leisters, Stubbs, Golden Mile Centre, Thriftwny Drugs and the Cana- (Han Mental Health office in Room 101 of the Municipal nurses1 residence. The Golden Mile Singers will be singing aL the Southland Nursing Home nt p.m. on Wednesday. The Alberta Association of Registered Nurses will home a meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the auditorium at Ihe Gait Scbool of Nursing. The pro- gram will IHI on breast proth- eses, with speaker Mrs. Mar garcL Boyci, director or nursing; service at the W. W. Cross Car ccr Institute, Edmonton. Al nurses and senior mirsintf slu denU are invited to attend. T h e 58th annual conventio of the Alberta Woman's Chris tian Temperance Union will b held in the E v a n p e J i c a Church, Didsbury, Alberta o Wednesday and Thursday April 2G27. The public is we come to attend. wing Mail-order houses oiling beauty OTTAWA fCP) American nail-onler houses are cxploit- ng a bcauly business market ii Canada. Actvertisemenls for creams, pxcrciscrs, bosom boosters and jlhev devices promising com- icnsatioti tor nature's ncgli- ience flow into Canada on the pages of dozen.! of United ilales women's magazines anil movie slur reviews. Most of advertise m e n t s ire says Dr. Ales Morrison, head of Ihe health department's food and drug cd from American publica- .ions. A February issue of a New York magazine, describing it- self as "a woman's guide to iving and contains more than 20 ads which would probably not be permitted in Canadian inagar.ine. The reason ior this effective dis- crimination In favor o[ foreign publications is that the food and drug officials do not consid- er the situation n serious one. Dr. Morrison says the moil- ordcr sales "represent, nt worst, a fraud; they do not rep- resent a hazard to health." He agrees the advertising must be effective since some of the publications are almost entirely dependent on it. "If you took out all the bust ads in here, you wouldn't have five pages left." HARMED ALREADY He l.iuphed at the suggestion that pyschological harm could result if an insecure woman, became severely disappointed that miracle breast developers didn't work for her. "If (hey ordered one, they're psychologically h a r m t d al- roacly. "If this was a totally Cana- dian product, made and sold in Canada, we would of course be cry concerned about the mis- catling advertising." But Dr. Morrison says the J.S. products present a "very lifttcult problem from the lo- jistics point of view." "We simply can't monitor the imnrtrecfs of million of pieces of mail has come into this coun- ry each year." Canadian publications have wen co-operative when asked :o discontinue an advertisement and no magazines have ever PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upsldin) EVERY THURS.-B p.m. been seized, LA. TO F.O.E. BINGO Monday, April 24 JACKPOT 52 NOS. "20 ALARM BINGO" tl Gotrf Card Poy Door Carclt (Many other exlroi) Regu'mr Card} 25c or 5 for J I 13rfi Si. and 6Hi Ave. 'A' N. No children under 16 allowed Annual Sunshine Bag Tea Wed., April 26th to p.m. Lathbridge Auxiliary Hospital Lounge ADMISSION 50c OR A SUNSHINE BAG SponloreeJ by Ihe W.A. of Ihe Lolhbridgo Auxiliary Hospital ATTEND THE AIL NEW A.N.A.F.-UNIT 34 COR. 5th AVE. and 6th ST. S. TUESDAY, APRIL 25 8 p.m. IN THE CLUBROOM5 FirM 12 Garnet Firs! Card Others 25r each lit No. (incraoss 2nd No. (increases weekly) BIACKOUT IN 54 NUMBERS OR LESS Extra 5 Gamei Cardt 25c each or 5 for All regular gomes pay double if won in 7 noi. or leu MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ;