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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta IS THE UTHUIDCl HEULD SoluiJay, 25, _Xr dLccat Members of the tidies Aia- fliary to the Royal Canadian Lepon are asked to attend (he general monthly meting Tues- dav at 8 p.m. in the Memorial Hill. i Ladies Auxiliary rt the Ger- man Canadian Club vill bold i spring tea Sunday from 3 to 6 p.m. in the German Canadian Club, corner cf 9th Ave. and S. N. Even-one welcome. McKUJop Church UCW gen- eral meeting will te DeW in the church hall, Wednesday at 8 p.m. All are invited. Quota Club will bold i dinner meeting. Tuesday at p.m. in the Marquis. GeBeral meeting of the Math- esis Club win be held Tuesday it p.m. in the YVTCA. Oddfellows, Rebekshs and friends viU hold a card party in the Oddfellows Hall, Tuesday at 8 p.m. Everyone welcome. The Minus One Club win bowl at Glttxtele Botvl, .Monday al 8 p.m. The Whurl-A-Ways will square and round dance in Senator Buchanan School, Monday at p.m. Aarp. All-square dancers are welcome. Women are requested to bring a box hmch.. FOE bingo will be held to- night in the Eagles' Hall at 8. Jackpot is ?IW in 57 numbers. Everyone is welcome. LEARN TO LIVE BELLEVILLE, Dot. CCP) Belleville's School for the Deal has established a residence home for senior girls Hhere they learn to live In today's society. An Ontario department of education nevs release says UK girls of Palmer House, lo- cated across the street from the. main school, learn to bridge the gap behreen school residence life and outside livirg. Balancing the grocery budget and other household tasks are included on lie school's agenda. For The Record By MARILYN Heroic! Family Editor THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "No, hove to choose between divorce arid and reprieve are in a different category entirely." NOW YOU ARE FINISHED SCH001 And Dttin to Uarn Profraion WHY NOT BECOME A HAIRDRESSER W. have 3 fully qualified fuU.llmi Instrucl- and we teach all pilaw of baaurf cul- ture, Heir Ityling and cutting, bleaching, tinting and permanent waving. You'll enjoy our new remodelled and nir-eandnHeiifd A profeuiwial beautician payi niqrc than the average Income and opportun- ities are unlimited. fill Oirl Thii Coupon For More Albtrta leauty School I 334-5lh SI. S., NAME .........'........I AODBESS CITY i Low Monthly Tuition Payments Clauej Starting Now YOU CAN'T TAKE ANYTHING away from our youth when they step out on their own. Take one young man at Central School by the name of Randy Vanz- wol. Randy's in Grade 6 and an avid space fan. The fact that he lives in Canada doesn't deter him a bit from learning all he can about the American space, program and its historical background. Randy is the chief organizer and honorary presi- dent of the Central School Space Club which meets every Wednesday noon at the school. Randy's interest in space began wiiiie he lived in Holland and when he came to Canada at the age of 7, he was just that much closer to where the action was. His initial project of a history of the space program was encouraged by teacher Emma-Jean Bokdvoy and his notice of intention to form a space club was answered by 15 students. The club.has been meeting since October and has studied the historical background of the space program working up to the moon landings. Of course the Apollo flights are closely followed by the Space Club. The group has written to NASA and the John F. Kennedy Space Centre for information and been re- warded with all kinds oE material. Fandy has space models of his own, but the club is suffering a lack of finances. It's hoped by the time the members finish studying satellites, and get on to lunar modules that their "kitty" big enough to start buying. Club president, Darryl Ijangridge, to take on the club alone next year when Randy leaves for Junior High: He'll be back though, he says, just to give a helping hand now and and see how the club is gelling along. While we're still on school doings, the Grade 6 classes of Westminster School are planning a Science F'air of their own for sometime in Slay. Judging by the quality of the exhibits of junior high students at Wilson Junior High School during Education Week, Grade 6 isn't too soon to be en- couraging and developing their interest in Science. The only disappointment in the'Wilson display was the lack of time to see everything and the fact that students crowded out the parents. As parents never cease to be amazed at kids, who can't make a bed or hang up a coal or wash a dish but understand, principles of lighl and sound and prove it Uw with initiative and ability. Which maybe explains why there are so many women looking for creative activity within the home or without. You can get trapped by a lot of driggy- draggy stuff that somebody has to do, and if you're not careful that driggy-draggy stuff eats up your own I time to be you whether it's you the cookie-maker, you the seamstress, or you taking a college course. Without any intent of continuity, we have a note from the Canadian Schizophrenia Foundation which is based in Regina. April 26 to Way 2 has been declared Schizophrenia Week, and the Foundation is providing information to advance the public's awareness aiiij understanding of this illness and how lo deal with the problems confronting those who suffer from it. You can contact the CSF for free helpful infor- mation at 200A Brent Building, Regina, Sask. Other literature is available such as Why Young Adults Crack Up, Low Blood Sugar, What you Should Know About Schizophrenia. Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements In The Lethbridgc Herald All wedding reports, marriage and engagement announcement! will now be published on a spe- cial poge in The Herald's Saturday edition each week. Special requesli for publication on other specific dayj of the.week will be given every consideration. Wedding with or wilhout picture, will now be accepted In the following forms: Standard Wedding Report- Using the informalion you provide on The Herald's standard wedding report form, (available at The REPORT ON1Y 5.00 REPORT WITH TWO COLUMN PICTURE Extended Wedding If you wish information published which would be additional To thai provided on The Herald's standard report form, (his will bt accepted, and the enlira report will then be charged at 20c per count line. Charge for a two column piclure with this write-up would be DEADLINE FOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION Will BE 4 P.M. WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE Phone 328-4411 Family Editor. The Lethbridge Herald Anti-Pollutionists Confront Edmonton Supermarket per- sons vilw said they were mem- KK of an group turned a quiet shopping night at an Edmonton supermarket into a bustling one for live be-, wildered cashiers. The first cashier was some- what incredulous vrben, after she had rung up her customer's grocery order, the customer refused to pay for it. The customer said she would pay only if the large box of detergent in her order was re- placed with a brand she said had a lower phosphate content. This could not readily be done so the customer Ht the store, her order still piled up on the counter. The same thing happened again and again and extra cash- iers were brought up la handle the extra business. Penny Dudley, spokesman for the anti-pollution group, called STOP (save tomorrow, oppose said phosphates in detergents arc a chief cause o [water pollution. I "There are barely no deter gents with low content in phos- phate on Ihc shelves, yet there are huge displays of the ones with high she said "That's ufel no object lo." Ben Marchak, manager of Canada Safeway supermarket said it was not his decision Ten To One When a recipe caDs for larfi marshmallows and there ar only small ones handy remem bcr that one large one equals 1 small. Learn Hoirdressing MARVEL BEAUTY SCHOOL REDUCED RATES-TERMS wurrt ton mi INFORMATION OVtt METKOPOtlTAN STOKE 354A US Avt. Calgary what type of soaps went 'I'm hired to give good ser ce and run a good store an hat's vhat I'm trying to do ,11 Need Volunteers, Money, Support Art Galleries Familiar Sight Hv JEAN SHARP CT WMm't Editor TORONTO (CP) Art gat eries are springing up all over the landscape. Coounuo- ty assets once considered the exclusive pririlege of big cit- es and big money, they are icing set up cow in towns of every W h a te v e r their size or wHJv galleries have some things in common. They need fOjunteers, money and the in- terest and support of the com- munity. Women's committees are often among the most useful volunteers. Organizing them and keeping them busy were ie subjects of a recent COD- brace sponsored by the women's committee of the Art Gallery of Ontario. Women members of about 25 gallery committees from across On- tario met to exchange ideas and advice. One workshop, on commit- In structure, was attended by delegates from (he newest galleries. Mrs. O. C. Barber, a veteran of both Hamilton and Toronto women's commit- tees, acted ae chairman. PAY OWN FEES Consensus at the session was that a board of directors of interested citizens is the first thing a gallery needs. The women's committee is re- sponsible to for both the gallery's needs and inter- ests are the only reason for being.-. Volunteers should represent all facets of a community in background and age. Women's committee mem- bers should be gallery mem- bers, but should also pay Uieir own fees, However small. Fees establish the group's identity aad provide an ad- ministration fund. A committee should have its own bylaws. Mrs. Barber sug- gested getting copies of by- laws from several galleries and choosing those that suit a local situation. Abortion Leaflets Distributed Leaflets asking for a chaogi in Canada's abortion laws vere distributed today on dowxitov streets and shopping malls by raemben of the U-tftridge Committee EOT the Repeal the Abortion Law. The public is being asked to send inrKvMuaJ letters to Prim Minister Trufeau, Justice Min- ister John Mum and Deane Guodlock, Letnbridge MP, support a change in the preseo law wttich provides for a ther apeutie abortion only if the mother's life or health is threat- About leaflets were to I be distributed by the commit- tee comprised of men She said some committees i uve placed no restriction on neubeisnp and have becouM uBrieIdy. Others restrict umbers and are accused of being in-groups. she said sue is a factor that should be con- idered carefully. Members act as hostesses, uod raisers and salesmen. They should know something about art, or be trained. STARTED WITH LOAN Among their first and con- tinuiag targets as salesmen should be.: officials and fauanesam who can provide both raooey and prestige. One defecate said every gallery should have i suetauuDg fund from the com- muoiry. Another said her gallery's board loaned me women's committee la get started. TV Toronto committee div- ides its funds mree iriys. Fees ire ki m admiBStiatiCM fund and mmj' raised from the coomimity is spit, ooe- third in a genera1 tvo- tiirds in a fund tor purchas- ing art. The general fund may be used for operating projects and is never depleted. The purchase fund may be Pleted.' In ioteryier, Mrs. J. C. Parkin, Toronto yiee-presi- deot, said the comoittw't main fund-raising projects are educational or social. It operates an art rental sen-ice and a shop al the gal- fry. The shop's merchandise is mostly art boots, prints aad catalogues. The art rental varies mcstly what Mrs. Par- in calls "difficult" coote.Tipo- rary art and is considered ed- Ian yon Church Camp teady For New Season -J own, Fifends will regret to learn that Mrs. Clarence Livingston is a patient 'in SL Michael' Hospital. The Ladies Auxiliary Army Navy, and Airforce, will bold spring and take sale, Wed nesday, May 6 from to p.m. in tbe'ANAF dub rooms. Receiving and seating guests ill be Mrs. R. Burnham an Mrs. A. Jarvie. Tea arrangemeBte wffl convened by Mrs. J. Emerson and Mrs. G. Martn, with the Idtefaec assistance of Mrs. A MovaW, Mrs. E. Church, Mrs M. Moscovich, Mrs. W.v ffii Mrs. J. Holwegner, and Mrs. R Youneer. Pouring tea will be Mrs. E MjcAulay and Mrs. D. Hems- fey. Serving tbe tea tables will be Mrs. D. Witwkki, Mrs. P. Sea man, and Mrs. J. Treber. In charge of the pantry table will be Mrs. S. Slater with Mrs B. Scbweitzer as treasurer. ucatioari te some rental art is ok eoaDCmeat from local vfene gal- leries are identified at that renters come to boar their names as wen M time af artists, Canyon Church Camjj; located ght miles from Waterloo lovra- le in Waierlon National Park, ill hold five camping sessions boys and girls, nine to IS ears of age.. The residential camp is spon- sored by the United Church of ida specifically the South Uberta and Foothills Presbyter- although the camp is inler- enominalional. Basically a hiking and moun- tain camp, UK program siress- 'indivktuilism and indivi- ual growth through active par- ticipation and group aware- Nature facilities include isbing, nature treks, and over- night hikes. Five camp periods are as fall- ows: July 3 to 19, junior girls, to 11 years; July )0 to 17, intermediate girls, a to 16 ears; July 17 to 24, junior boys; ury 24 to 31, junior girls; July 1 to Aug. 7, inlennediate boys. There are 65 campers in each session. The camp has a full time amp' manager and cook pius volunteer help for directors, counsellors and nurses at each camp. Buildings on the in- clude main kitcben-d i n i n g craft shelter, tuck shop unager's caaap ovaii- tal, staff cabins, abUioi hate and camper cabins. Canyss Cburch Camp AMD- ciation consists of Mrs. W. T. Letbbridgc, prea- deal; Mrs. C. H. Culler, Ckon- WB, nce-preadeaf; Kn. E. Letnbridce, Mere- ary; Mrs. I. Leth- bridge, treasurer; Mn. V. Surt- art, Letfabridge, ncisfav and. Mrs. J. McCracken, Lethbridge, feederdiin convenor. There a m> regiatijtkai dead- line but registration! sank] be sent immediaWy to Un. V. Stewart, 17M ]5th Aw. S.-, A pre-camp lealnaliu tram- ing program is being planed to be held late in May. Tte pra- graoi will be epa to aeiytu interested in ticipaots nil be under aar obji- gibon for leadership at Canyon Cburch Camp. WIG SALES AND'SBtVlCE SALON 322 13rii SI. N. 127-M47 F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT A and IM St. N. Every Saturday.- Night at 8 p.m. 5 for (.go er Bach Tw.lw 7 NIMBOT JACKPOT Gurnm Froo CKiUm onoor HOI aHo-Ml The cdcunittee also requests that the abortion be removed from the Criminal Code, and that abortion be .a matter of concern to a women and her doctor, as has been passed re- cently by some U.S. states. ftttn dtntu'm cauu urc spots get art relief nth OnJel d. 3 wiy action soothes, helps heal md prevent in. ecticn. comfortable adjustment. 1970 HORSEMANSHIP SCHOOL TO BE HOD AT IHHBRIDtt COMMUNITY COUEGE FROM APRIL 27th to JULY 4rh 25 HOURS Or RIDING AND HORSEMANSHIP INSTRUCTION Each class will involve 35 clou houn divided fnfa 10 of hours each. Each clan Muion will about hour. dealing. wirH.. wch. topici. CHOOSING A HORSE TACK GROOMING YOUR HORSE BttEDS Of HOUSE CAKE OF THE HORSE HORSE AIIMINTS POSTURE AND DRESS SKILLS AND CAMS SHOEING Registration it Open to all children 6 to M Additional information and opplkotwra an availaMv .JL, OFFICE OF CONTINUING EDUCATION IETHBRJDGE COMMUNITT COtlfGE 327-2141 NAWF (Mr., Mn.. Mill) ADDJESS..................................... TEIEPHONE COURSE NAME SECTION fEE BEAUTY SCHOOL 317 of ELEGANCE Phono 3U-4422 Owned and i ETHEL DOWNEY CISTER NOW "A liiitf With NIGHT CLASSES OPiN TO THE PUMJC Thvraooy ono1 Friaar'rnl a.m. Stwaanti Aaalv Now Nome Address Sand T.: SCHOOL Of tUGAMCi NEW and EXCITING Where the Smartest Weddings Originate! your gown from our lovely ntw collection. Our ovii experienced itaff will be plea- fo oiiiit you Tn your Hert, h a lovely collection for brldctmaldi, for of rW end oTtendonh, Truly, lft a Bridei' World at McArtWi Bridal Solon. 509 4rh S. Childhood h Spetiol Capture H Nowl THOMAS 3 y Son Ml. ana1 A. TEHASHIMA Phone 327-2655 ;