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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETHBRIOGC MERAIO Snluidny, Aupuit 19, 1973 bv MAUREEN JAMIESON On our last (lay off, Ilic children dragged us out o( bed much too early, and we set on', for Watorlon to give the boat an We reached the lake without major mishap, and Son Two went galloping along (he dock. As he leaned over to look for fish, his new glasses slid gently down his nose and floated down to rack bottom. As usual Son Three1 rushed over to where the ac- tion was. A short time, later, his glasses had joined his brother's. We now had something like 570 worth of optom- ctrv dimly discernible under eight feet of water. The children, having already dabbled the odd toe in the icy valor, were much too smart to be con- scripted for rcrcue duty, so Dad was elected. Slipping behind a tree, he shed his clothes and modestly wrnpped a towel around his lummy. He plopped into the water and surfaced almost immediately, teeth chattering and covered in goose humps. A stream of technicolor epithets clued us in on the fact that as far as he was concerned, the glasses could stay there forever. As he reached up to heave himself onto the dock, his towel suddenly parted company with his mid- dle. Quick-tike-a-bunny, he dived back into the water, yelling at me to toss him his pants. Noblcy suppressing tile lemptation to blackmail him for extra grocery money. I threw them down, and a short time later he waded ashore, watei logged and a delicate shade of blue, but decent. Not wanting to leave our S70 investment for the fish to play with, we managed to borrow a Ion', handled gaffe and spent the rest of the afternoon on our stomaches, hanging over the end of the clod jabbing and prodding, listening to occasional word of advice from our offspring, who just happen to be juvenile authorities on anything and everything. A couple of hours later we finally managed to land both pairs of glasses. Then Willvum, in a mag- nificent coup d'etat, leaned out and speared the er- j rant towel. Elated with his prowess, he volunteered to take us for one quick trip around the lake. I carefully gathered up all the family glasses and stowed them in the car. Then we hopped in the boat, and wouldn't you know it? The motor wouldn't start. All told, a pretty average sort of clay off. who look., feel good better at everything they do By AIAIJUEEN JAMIHSOV Family Editor Exercise improves your sex life, according to Liz Veer, owner operator of My Life Studios. And it's just plain common disc, according to that "if you feel good and look good, jou're going to be better nt everything you do, "Many women lack confid- ence in themselves. Hut when they they look good, that will help them a lot, "I feel that [he men in Lclli- brklgo are too hesitant to criti- she snid. "And if they were more attentive lo their women compliment them once in a while their women would feel like looking nicer, "If every woman in bridge had a full-length mirror incl looked at herself in the nude, this place would be three times fuller." .she said. Many women take enormous trouble with their hair and makeup to took beautiful, "and their bcdy i.s nothing! "Nobody's born with a Ijcaii- she says. "That's something you have to work at u lakc-s work and a lot of GIVE IT ALL YOU'VE GOT Liz lefi, owner of My LiFe Sludioi and her en utant Grace Somerville, keep in goocJ shape wilh daily exercise and regular n the anti-flab equipment. Ed Finlay, pholo determination ancc." Liz strongly and pcrscrvcr recommend? F.O.E. re-school program SIfELBURXE, N.S. fCP A liead-K'.irt program, design to EAGLES aru! develop four- and 6th Ave. A 13th Sf. i ve -y i-ar-o 1 cis is IK? in g ca rri cd Every out in this small Nova Scotia toun.i. Adairc Townsend of Hali- Night at 8 a recent university gradu- 5 Cards for or 25 Eoeh Three 7 Number Gamei JACKPOT Frea Games and Freo ate. and Lea Undcnvood of i Dartmouth, a recent high .school i graduate, arc co-ordinating the program. The pre-schoolers arc being encouraged in motor coordination, speaking and listen- DOOR skills, while stimulating cu- Geld cards ricGity and developing confi- double money Children under 1 6 not in mental, physical and creative abilities. HELP US TO HELP The Salvation Army Welfare Needs Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household CALL 3282360 PtCKU? OR LEAVE AT 412 AVE. says nexv MONTREAL