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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE UTIIBRIDGf HERMD 'lucxloy, Aptll 55. I.nkcvie'-v Home and .School meet tit R p.m. iy in fix? Lnkeviev; Cliff Irvine, parks lech- nil.1 km, will report on the pro- i'H'sH rioYclormcr.t of t 1) o fioU. A pancf discussion follow on recreation and .-port in Panel members Tom Hudson and Stove Arisrnan, program co-or- dinators, arxl Mr. Irvine, are all vdth the Community Ser- vices Department, City of LcthbrWge. The general mooting nf the Original TVnF-ioners and Senior Citizens Society will lie held on Wednesday at p.m. in Gym nf fhe 'ivir Sports Centre. Mrs, D. Anderson of tliP Golden M i'c Sniinr Centre tvill speak nst the Ottawa for ihnse over 65 years of ape. Mr. Nutting, or a repre- sentative will speak on hlgh- apartments for senior cit- izens. will he supplied by Mrs. Olson on the accorriian and Sir. K- Scott on the guitar. Transportation will be provided home at a nominal fee, Those requiring transportation are iiskcrl to phone 327-6594. Lunch Mill he served. SOFMVATKR HAZARD GEXFA'A fAPl Soft water is loved in the laundry room, but the Work] health Organiza- tion says studies show ihat soft water areas "always had a higher incidence and mortality from cardiovascular disease." DOOR PRIZE WINNERS AT CERAMIC SHOW AND TEA Sponsored by Dr. F. K. Mewburn OBE Chapler I.O.D.E. were Wm. White, W. A. Robertson, Mary Grandberg, Irene Bart- man aft of Letfibrdge end John Huck, Bellvuo. OUR THANKS TO ALL ON THE MOVE This used fo be Ihe home of the Jesus People and in the all-purpose room of the family Y. Membo, their 65-70 It was their Fish Market room which was locoted age from 14 to 25 and lake part in Ihe Central School Drop-In Centre. Because of the recenl order forcing songs and olher activities, the cenlre to down, the Jesus People will be temporarily relocated prayer of ihe grcup range in eofings, rap sesstons, sing. -R. B. Walter Kerber photo Open area under discussion meeting By JL'DI-: Tl'IW llcralri Staff Writer hr final 01" ilic bridge Council of Home and School Associations was hold last evening at the George Mc- Killop Elementary School. Topics of discussion ranged from financial assessment of the past year to sex education within the schools. In submitting the financial report, it was found that the as- sodation had no left-over funds, and thai all outstanding bills had been paid. Following a review of Ihe minutes of the last meeting, Mrs. Marilyn Krammor brought up the question of Uie open area school system which Ls being used in Lethbridge schools. A questionnaire had been sub. milted by the home and school association to the school board regarding the effectiveness and evaluation of the open area sys- tem at a prior date. The school board reply was studied by members of lha council, and a general concen.- j sus of disappointment was j voiced by the members. J The council members cxpress- j cd the opinion that the replies given were "not up to the stan- dards of the board and not good public relations" according to Mrs. Ruth Daw. Other members objected to Ihe lone of the answers ami said it was "not the proper way k> reply lo Ihe piihli': who are asking point Wank qnns- lions." Reports were heard from the planning and develop m e n t coimcil representatives end a report was given from repre- sentatives to the annual con- vention of liome and school councils. A brief discussion followed I Hie report that (lie only junior high school option which was for came frnm several shidcnUs requested sex ed- ucation he introduced info the schools. The meeting closed with Ihe highlights of the Red Deer con- vention brought forth by the fc w o ILeSibridgi.- delegates, Mrs. Oral Boychuk nnd Mrs. Ruth Carcfoot. There will be no further meet- ings until September. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes Your budget used to list- 'Harriet' under 'nec- essities1. How come you switched to 'luxury Reg, to Famous Wonderbra Bras and Pontios of substandard and dis- continued lines. The bras include bandeau, padded and longlins itylcs. A very good selection in colors of while, nude and block. range. Body fashions QUALITY COSTS NO MORE AT SIMPSONS-SEARS STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. to p.m. Thursday ond Fridny 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. Centre Village. Telephone 328-9231 Ann Landers 11KAII ANN LANDEHS: My husband's secretary loir! him Uxiay that she Is nearly three months pregnant. She is a lovely- young woman and has worked in his office for two years. She wants to stay in her job until she goes (o the hospital to deliver. My husband has asked me if it's all right. I have mixed feelings. I told him I'd write for your opinion. Evansville Reader DEAR EV: If she can do it bravo for her. She'll feel better for having stayed busy and active throughout hoi- pregnancy. If anyone in your husband's office doesn't know how babies come into the world, it's lime they learned. DEAR ANN LANDERS: There are several girls In our family and we all have children under three years of age. Will you please settle something? Should we leave porcelain [ig- urines, crystal ashtrays, and fragile knick-knacks within reach of busy little hands and try (o teach the children not to (ouch? Or is it better to put nice little things away until the children arc DEAR P.A.M.: When my daughter was a toddler I never put anything out of her reach. I taught her not to touch Margo has (rained her three children the same way. The only important loss I ever suffered was a crack in a Dorothy Doughty a 55-year-old guest froin Seattle. DEAH ANN LANDERS: What Is wrong with a man has to use swear words in every sentence? It's "hell'J Uiis anri "damn" that. every time he opens his mouth it's some kind of cussing. He can't even nsk a friend "How are "It has to be, "How in the HULL are After a few drinks his talk gets really blue. And it's worse when he's on the telephone. He refuses to accept any suggestions from me because I'm a "dummy." You, on the other hand, are smart because your picture is in the paper every day. I would consider it a big favor if you'd tell this bubblehcad to clean up his mouth. Thank you, His Wife DEAR ON'LY: Swearing is a babit. People like your hus- band become hell-and-damn deaf. They don't even hear them- selves say it. Strong language is often used lo beef up weak ideas. Show me an inveterate eusscr and I'll show you a per- son who lacks confidence in himself. DEAR ANN LANDERS: You frequently print fetters which debunk superstition connected with medicine. I am always glad to see these letters because 1 realize you arc using your space as a forum to educate millions. It's amazing how many people still have crazy ideas about babies who are born with birthmarks and what caused them. When pregnanl. women would come to me and repeat the scare stories they'd heard from some buttinsky do this don't do that it will mark the I always told them to go back and report the story about the pregnant woman who bar] visited the zoo. Her baby was born with a deer face and a boar M.D. DEAR DOC: And I'll bet if she had slept in the stable the baby would hove been a little horse. Thanks for writing, and' 23 skidoo! LETHBR10GE FISH P> t WEDNESDAY DllNtlU AT8PM IN THE EAGLES HAU 13th Si. N. JACKPOT 56 NUMBERS CARDS 3 JACKPOTS (Olh, 8lh and IN 7 NUMBERS NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 LEGION BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY AT 8 p.m. JACKPOT BLACKOUT IN 55 NUMBERS OR IESS (Increasing ono number per week unlil won) Isl GAME JACKPOT Slh GAME J25 (X) 10th GAME JACKPOT IN 50 NUMBERS FREE BUS SERVICE HOME AFTER BINGO MEMORIAL HAU PUBLIC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY LOUNGE Children under T6 nol allowed Sponsored hy Ladiet Auxiliary to Canadian legion Conservatives meet to elect executive Dy MAUREEN JAMIESON FAMILY EDITOR "These arc probably lire only Progressive Conservatives in (he Dominion of Canada organ- izing their annual meeting in n restaurant belonging to the president of the Liberal Asso- ciation" said Ken Ilnrlburt. Mr. Hiirlburt was to Lhe Women's Progressive Con- servative Association held last night at Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant. Gncsts o( lionor included Mrs. Deane Giindlock, repre- senting her husband, who is tlm retiring member of parlia- ment for the Lctbbridge con- stituency, and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Hurlburt. Mr. Ilurlburt is the new conservative candi- date for the riding. business of the evening in- cluded the announcement of a new executive and presenta- tion of a life membership in the association. New officers are Mrs. R. Stan- field, honorary president; Mrs. Peter Loughccit anil Mrs. Gundlock, honorary vice presi- dents; Mi's. M. Luco, president; Mrs. Keith DeArmond, Mrs. A, V. Weatherup and Mrs. P. Hodnett, vice presidents; Mrs. A. Cameron, secretary; Miss D. Church treasurer and Mrs. F. Parrott, Mrs. G. Scott and Mrs. C. Robins, direc- tors. Longtime member Mrs. .lim Gunn received a life member- ship in tlie organization, and congratulatory messages from Robert Stanfield, John Diefen- baker, Peter Lougheed and Mr. Gundlock. The recent nomination night for the party "had been very exciting" said Mr. Hurlburt, "not only because I was suc- cessful, but because we won. "Soon I'll be calling on you 4 being able to say what's on your mhid. again, once llic election clay will he known. We1'II go into action at a minute's notice, willi otic objective that Is to win." After meeting Mr. Stanfield in Calgary, Mr. Hurlburt said he found him "a solid, sincere nctividmtl, with a keen under- standing of the problems fac- ing our people. "Given a mandate, he could put thinps right in Canada.1' Mr. HurlburL expressed ap- prehension at. the loss of hicen- ti vc tor Ihe fa r mi ng com' mimity. "Every h e said, "should he made to preserve the family farm. "We don't need government interference. We need sales- MRR, JIM honored men dnunming up world busi- ness." Grain prices have been held down, he claimed, i 1 e machinery and maintenance costs skyrocket." Government subsidies for business vero also condemned by Mr. IJurlbiirt. "Keep all areas economically ho said, "and it will automatically generate olher business. "1 am. concerned, ami I'm seeking election. If you're con- cerned, we'll win and bring about a belter life in Canada. "When the election is called the bailie begins. Together we can make it a Conservative vic- PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS IODGE ROOM {Upstain) EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effect] CAU 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT -112 1st AVE. 5. "Only 4 days JL 11 logo" SKIING TIME BEGINS IN ABERT4 ON SUNDAY NPRIL3Q W 2'OOam Turnyourclock ahead 1 houron Saturday night, Bureau of Public Allaiis GOVenNHENTOF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA ;