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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Auguil 17, 177Z TKe IETH8RIDGE HERALD YMCA activities FAMILY CANOEING I COUIi.SH: Instructor: Wendell Mills Commencement: Monday, Sept. 11 Times: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 7-3 p.m. Cost: Five Theory lor this family course will he held from 7-3 p.m. in Hie YMCA all-purposo room, and practical or skill learning at Henderson Lake. Course will conclude with a weekend trip. GlIOS' ICH HOCKEY: Instructor: To he announced Commencement: Sunday, Oct. 8 Time: 9 a.m. Place: Civic Centre ice arone Cost: Players must have Y membership This is tlie third season for the girls' ice hockey team Regular games will IK schod uled with other teams, and th( Y t e a m will host an cnd-of season tournament. MODEL. BUILDERS: Instructor: To he announce! Commence m e n t: Saturday Oct. 7 Time: 10 a.m.-12 noon Place: Room, YMCA Cost: Models and materials can be purchased at the Y: Everyone is invited to com and build cars, planes, ship and other models. Briny friend. SWAP SHOP: Co-o rdlnator: To bo an nounced Commencement: Saturda Oct. 7 Time: 1-3 p.m. Place: YMCA room The first Saturday of eac month the Y program depar ment will host a swap shop. A nouncemente will made f trading stamps, coins, 5 equipment, etc. YMCA SK! CLUB: Instructor: Y physical staff Commencement: Monday, Oct. 9 Time: p.m. Monday and Wednesday Conditioning classes get icrs Into shape for the com- g season. The ski club offers embers a weekly bus service Westcastlc, reduced rates on ws and lessons, and week- nd excursions to Whilefish, anff and Fernie. KEELEIl HOCKEY: Co-ordinolor: Ar Bareham Commencement: T u e s day, Sept. 12 Time: 7 p.m. Place: YMCA Cost: YMCA membership Skeelers will be provided ourtesy of Chinook bottling Company for anyone who to play skeeler hockey. 'arlicipants must provide their hockey sticks. FAMILY SKEELER NIGHT: Commencement: Wednesday, Sept. 13 Time: 7-9 p.m. Place: YMCA Cost: Y membership Tlie Chinook Botlline Compa- ny is providing skeclers. Bring >Tour family and friends. POT LUCK: Instructor: Virginia Held Commencement: Thursday, Oct. 12 Time: p.m. Place: YMCA Cost: Y members, Non- members, Parents who have run out of ideas to entertain children are invited to join this six-week course In quick crafts, games, party Ideas, etc. OLYMPIC FASHIONS Members of Canada's Olympic swimming learn compet- ing in this year's games in Munich, Germany, wear with a distinctive Canadian motif. The lightweight nylon sui Is. of Auslralan design, feature white maple leaves againsl a red background, with bl ue and white vertical stripes. Olympic com- petitors from more than 40 countries will be wearing swim suits from the same design- er, Speedo Knitting Mills. FOR FURTHER TION CONTACT: 1NFORMA- Virginia Reid, Program Director, Lclhbridge Family YMCA, 515 9th St. S., Phone: 328-7771. Ann Landers Golden Mile Senior Citizens' Centre Open: Monday through Fri- day Saturday Next week: Monday: Picnic at Little Bow Park. Bus leaves centre at a.m. Tuesday: Singing at Coming Events Thursday, Sept. 7: Bake sale it There will be movies; dancing, presentations of tro- phies, raffle draw and tea or coffee. All are welcome. Monday, Sept. 18: Bus trip to Cole m a n, Kananakis Highway and Claresholm with smorgasbord supper at the Fly- ing N. Chuck Wagon. There are a few tickets left. Noteworthy: Fall aclivilies will commence Oct. 1 with handicrafts under the direction of the Lethbridge WI. Also keep fit under the YWCA. LESS SAFE Safety pins wiUi plastic heai are less safe than ordinary pi aecause they break easily. School children get swamp CAYUGA, Out. 'CP) The hool children of Ilaldimaml ounty soon will have a nice Xt-acre swamp all lo thcm- elvcs. It will be part of their ducation. The Grand Itiver Conscrva- on Authority has a string of ature schools and George J. tormont, director of on and education, recently of- ered the unspoiled marshy land nown as Taquanyah four miles ast of here to the Haldimand loard of education if they would ludget in the first year. The area has been designated s a nature centre by the con- servation authority. Representatives of the Haldi- mand board of education ipected other nature schools iwned by the authority and were impressed. Under the direction of parents, teachers student teachers and a conserv- ation officer, children were earning new facets of ecology and use and related topics. BOARD AGREED The hoard accepted IMi1. Stor mont's offer and the first staki lias licen driven. "Although v.-e have thre> other nature schools which ar run aloilg the same lines, Ta quanyah will be (he first t have a custom-built room lo Ix used as a Mr. Stormon said. "This will be the prototyp lor all future centres in th Grand River watershed." From the building catwalk will radiate through the mars so that students will be able t JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday Evening, Aug. 17 Sponiored by ladies' Aid of St. P.ter and St. Paul'. Church STARTS P.M. SHARP-PARISH HALL CORNER 12th STREET B AND 7lh AViNUE NORTH Jackpot Starts at and is Won Every ThursH-y 2nd Juckpot in 52 Numbon Slh 7 No. Jackpot Pot 'O Gold 2SC PER CARD OR 5 FOR Sl.OO ALSO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZE Persons under 16 yean not allowed t to the outdoor laboratories. ere they will study the elfctiK soil erosion on fertility, make ventories of the wildlife and udy the living marsh in a way at has never before been pos- sible. "Rain or shine the will go he said. "We must be the only government depart- ment lo own 150 pairs oi snows hoes." THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "One picture is worth o thousand cuss words." HOTO FINISHING PHOTO FINISHING PHOTO FINISHING POINTS AMAZING! FANTASTIC! STUPENDOUS! "And All Those Big Words" That's How People Describe The KEYSTONE EVERFLASH NEVER uses (lashcubes! ALWAYS has flash at the ready. Model 10-15 low priced. Model 20-15 automatic. Model 30-15 rechargeable. AS IOW AS 39.95 Popular Selection of Photographic Magazines Easy Parking, Open Till 9 p.m. I ProcMiing Jerry 1224 3rd Ave. S., 327-2673, 327-2565 PHOTO FINISHING PHOTO FINISHING PHOTO FINISHING DEAR ANN LANDERS: Our 13-year-old daughter weiglu 175 pounds. She could pass for IB. My problem is her father, lie has an unnatural Interest in this child. He insisU that sho wear short, short dresses, which I think look awful because of her size. He is always pawing her, pulling her on his lap, kissing and petting her in a way that goes beyond fatherly affection. I have mentioned this to him several times and he accuses me of being jealous. Ann, 1 am not jealous. I am worried. Lately ho has insisted that she stay up when we enter- tain friends even on school nights. Ho says he likes to watch the way she conducts herself in tlie presence of adults. A few weeks ago he bought some rock records and asked her to dance for him. When I see this pathetically overweight child prancing around in those scanty skirts it makes me sick. I need some advice. No City, No State, No Initials DEAR N.: If you are sick, that makes three in the fam- ily. The child's weight suggests that she is disturbed. Start there. Take her to a physician at once and get her on a diet. Ask tlie doctor to recommend a therapist for (he child. Also ask him lo meet with your husband to discuss the girl's problems, and at the close of the discussion, he should recommend a doctor for him. If he resists help for himself, insist that he at least permit the girl U> have it. She's going to be out-of-this-world, in more ways than one, if something isn't done soon. DEAR ANN LANDERS: What arc we coming to when n big airline runs a full-page ad telling people that for they can be somebody else for a weekend? My mother used to tell me, "Be She emphasized solid values, the wisdom of being a real person just what you are, nothing more and nothing less. I've tried to raise my three children with Uiat same philosophy. And now I sec It's much more desirable to "be somebody else. Laugh and dance barefoot cordial strangers and fall into Die pool." Nave we gone mad? What about it Nobody Else DEAR N.E.: One of the central problems of our time is that loo many people do not like themselves and they deplore the mundane, monotonous quality of their lives. These unful- filled people respond lo an ad that offers thorn an opportunity to somcboly else, even if only for a weekend at a cost of Sad, rif course, ljccau.se on Monday morning, there they arc the same miserable, inadequate lonely selves, with the same unresolved problems and nagging insecurities they left on Friday. DKAft ANN LANDERS: Last night was one of (lie most uncomfortable evenings of my life. Jf you say I am over- reacting, I'll sland back and tako anolher look. My husband and I were invited to Uia home of Borne good friends. Wo have known this couple for many years and always enjoyed them, Afler about an hour of lively conver- sation on politics, sex, local problems, and other people, the host hauled out a hidden tape recorder which had taken down everything that had been said. He proceeded lo play It back to us. I was horrified. My husband was speechless. Then they brought out tapes of olhcr conversations which had been re- corded in the samo surreptitious manner. We recognized the voices of friends. The whole experience was not only creepy but infuriating. When my husband and T lefl, wo hid them a cool good- night. TVy ve wera hypcr-scnsilive, poor sporls and humorless- Are we? What Is your opinion of such an eve- ning? Would you relurn to the home of such Taped In Punte Gorda, Florida DEAR TAPED: Return? I wouldn't accent the first in- vitation if 1 knew who they were. People who would pull such n stunt could hardly bo called friends. Please send inquiries and remtcsts fr> Landers Render- mail Department, Chicago Sun Times-Daily News, J01 North Wabasb AYCJ.. Chicago, 111. mil, ANOTHER DIAMOND JUBILEE PRESENTATION THIS SWEEPSTAKE IS CONDUCTED BY IMF rALGARY EXHIOITION I. STAMPEDE UNDEH THE MJ1HOHITV DF1HE GOVERNMENT OF T..6 JHOWNCE o" ALBERTA AND is SUBJECT TO M.r ROLES ANO REGULATIONS APPLICABLE THERETO 101 WEEKLY PRIZES FOR 26 WEEKS (57S6 CASH PRIZES) YOUR LAST CHANCE TO WIN and be financially independent for life! YOU COULD ALSO WIN THE FOLLOWING PRIZES: On the 12th running of the Stampede Futurity Stakes September 16th, 1972 at Victoria Park, Calgary, Alta., you could win any of the following prizes. FINAL DRAW SECOND PRIZE szs.ooa FOURTH PRIZE SEPT. 9th FIFTH PRIZE SIXTH'TOTWENTY-FIFTHTICKETHOLOERS win SEVENTY-FIVE CASH PHIZES OF EACH REMAINING MINI-DRAWS 'JOO prizes of FUTURITY SWEEPSTAKE II P 0 BOX 2900 CALGARY. ALBERTA T2P 2M7 i i .fc.. i- munu s Sweepstake Tickets 2.50 Name: Address: City: Zone No Province: COUPON (HMIWNK4 imnt te [NliR WEEKIY YOUR CHANCES Or WINNING! I I ;