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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta __, Aufiu.t 31, 1971 THI IETHIRIDSE HERALD 11 of local YWCA prosram Women of the Old Tiiers Peramicrm Club will mNlVtd- ncsilay at p m. regular meeting of tlie mnlli in Ihc club rooms at 9 Stand 5 Avc, S. Southminsler Circle Sjarc Dance Club will sponsor afjct- Acquaintcd Fun in .Srlh- minster hall at II p.m. Sept. 20 for coupius in a beginners' square fence group. Lunch will lie suplied, and everyone welcome out and enjoy an evcnitj of fellowship. at the Bowman Arts Centre; Creative dancing at Lhe Civic Sports Centre, and taught by Ursula Hastings synchronized swimming, Tucs- dpy and Thursday nights. to requests from Lhe pub- 'ir, the YW will carry bridge -lasses, and will again sponsor Xji Ihfi Clue Triangles a girls club program for girls 'J lo 12 years. j The Blue Triangles will dif- m-1 fer this year, in that there will New fall programs in the YWCA an? scheduled to be- gin Sept. 20. Programs sched- uled for the program year will be relumed, with new and their times not ypL set. New programs are to be di.S' cussed at a meeting of the YW' program committee Wednc. day morning, and arc to involve crafts, a'.w ness, and special Hie YW's Residence girls Programs returning for other year are ladies keep fit i be separate programs for those and swim, Monday, Tuesday and Thursday at the Civic Sports Centre; keep fit and leyball, at Calbraifh, and Giltert Paterson Tlie Golden Mile Drop In- j Junior Gymnastics at. A t (I lo 10, and girls 11 and over. Registration for the fall pro- grams will be made Sept. J3 and H in the front entrance of the Civic Sports Centre from 4-1) Centre will have a used ilolh- ing and white elephant sale Sept-15 at a.m. in biilh- minstcr hall. The Centre i ap- pealing for good used andchil- Daviclson, Allan Watson a.iij Senator Buchanan schools; Hatha yoga at the Bowman Arts Centre and taught by DC anue I.carmg; yoga for mei p.m. -famil Election days are the times when well known visitors make their appearance in the city. Not so well known to the general public but certainly lo the Gray clan is Helen Thomp- son, sister of Dick Gray, the Progressive Conservative can- didate in Monday's provincial election for Lethhridge West. Mrs. Thompson left a busy career in Toronto as an inlerior decorator lo come help her brother campaign in his first political endeavor. The family has rallied around Mr. Gray in fact to the extent thai his six brothers from Vancouver, Toronto, Cal- gary, and Medicine Hat to take part in pre election activities. Artistic interests ed a large part in Thomp- son's life. She carries on a suc- son s lite, bhe carries on a suc- cessful pastel portrait business ami once taught art to world- renowned photographer Holoff Reny in Medicine IJal when eny Holoff was old. Her arlislic about nine years ttributes have Her arlislic attrues ave beon passed on to her daugh- ter, Mrs. Arlene Coyle, who ing; men s women s anuaiii-jla] bridge lessons al i flren's. Ctotlies can bej'l at. lhe YW: English lessons ,ur j n new Canadians at the -.arlli! side library taught by M a r y j Cowan, and also a night class tlie Centre between the iours of 10 a.m., and 4 p.m. Mmlay through Friday. Tlie Letlibridge Women; in- stitute will hold its Mring meeting at the home of Mrs. Ruby Shields. Diamond City, Wednesday at p.m Tea hostesses will be Mrs. A.Jjmi- cc, and Mrs. Shields Those planning to attend are as'cd to meet at the Civic Cenlc at 1.45 p.m. Friendship Lodge No 729. LA to the UTU will hold, pot- luck supper at p.I on Wednesday in the I00f ball, with regular meeting to Mow. St. Patrick's OWL wil hold its regular monthly njcling Wednesday at. R p.m. i the rectory meeting room. 4 good attendance would be welomed. Chrislian Science Ic-s.nionT meeting Wednesday a( p.m. in the church audiiriurn, 1203 4 Ave S. Everyoni oon e. The Sir Gall Chapter, IODE, Kopper Snrni- val be held Oct. 4-8sl the College Mall. Motlo of kar- nival. Help Us to Help liters. Convenor will Mr AV, Enerson; publicity, Mrs T. Allen, Mrs. A. L. Somrvillc; Co convenors, Mrs. E. iaylnr, Mrs. W. Nelson; and Mrs. E. C. Miller, and irs. J. Whiltaker. GIVEN LEAVE WOODSTOCK, Ont (CP) j Teachers in Oxford elementary j schools now may have compas- sionate leave from Lheir teach- ing posts in (he deal h of a daughter in-law or a son in-law. This category of relative was included in the J971-72 salary negotiations with the teachers. Special leave also will given for teacher to attend the con- vocatinn of a son or daugHe-. Ann Landers Love Is booklets and in o n e I a r y exchange, readers are asked to send re- quesls for the 'Love Is' car- toon booklet directly to Love Is Book Lclhbridgc Her- ald, P.O. Box nil, Los An- gclcs California 30053. Cost of booklet is CO cents in L'.S. currency. DEAR ANN LANDERS: 1 don't know who wrote this but it makes a lot of sense these days when more and more men are retiring and getting on their wives' nerves. Mv copy says, "Sent In By Ruth Strait, Modesto, Calif." I hope you Uiink it's worth printing. CaJiibraian. DEARLY BELOVED: I'm coming home lo live with you 24 hours a day. Something I've been looking forward to for 40 years. I didn't marry you so 1 could work. I worked so DATING BADGA1I TOKYO (AP) A ressuranl atop a downtown hotel uported a "smash" success witlia nev price policy under whiij men pay 11 and women for the same buffet. A spfcman said the policy men to bring their girl friendi PUBLIC BINGO JACKPCT 16 GAMES LETHBR1DGE ELrj LODGE ROOM (Upslmn) EVERY THURS-8 (m. IS... COMMENCING SEPT. 1st TERE WILL BE AN INCREASE IN PRICE OF lEAUTY SERVICES at the bllowing beauty salons -Ar B J Horstyling Salon Beautique Beauty Salon Beauty Bci Bonnydalc Beauty Salon Chris's Beiuty Salon -fa Classic Coffures Coby's Bejufy Shop Doreen's lourique El RancheBeouty Salon Eliiabelli ftnn Beauty School Fanciful feauty Salon House ofRoberf Hair Styling LakeviewBeauty Salon Le Rons feaoty Salon Lovely Loly Beauty Salon fa North Pltia Beauty Salon fa SiksrdaleBecuty Salon Mildred Jkrove Beauty Salon South Plda Beauty Salon Style Rite beauty Salon Theresa lenuty Salon fa Women's World I could marry you and I figure we've spent at least hours apart because of my job. I hope lo make I amends in the years left lo us. TIP. sorry I'm not the same handsome fellow in the wed- ding picture, with black, wavy hair and a waistline a belt j could go around and legs that could still chase you around j the dining room table. But I do have a deeper appreciation for you and a betler understanding of what marriage means. I owe you a great deal. You stood by me during some rough j times. You never worried me with other men (not too much, Due lo customs difficulties, Lhat ls) and >'ou never sPeni than J made- YBU Put "P with my peculiarities and you were nice to my nully rela- tives. I don't have many rcquesls, but 1 do have a few. 1 was a fairly important man down al the office. Please don't make me a flunky at home. I don't mind doing some of the chores but don't ask me to do woman's work. And when your lady friends drift in and out of the house, don't ask me to play host. They come to see you, not me. And now that the kids are gone and we have two vacant bedrooms, will you please let me have one? Not lo sleep m. I still want my place next Lo you in the old four-poster, but I'd like a room where I can throw my junk around, or take a nap, or just accumulate things. Give me these few privileges, dear, and a little time lo adjust, and I'll be the finest fellow you ever retired with. Devotedly, Your Loving Husband DEAR HUSBAND: You sound like a pussycat. I hope your wife is smart enough to smile and say "Yes, dear DEAR ANN LANDERS; I've had my share of problems, but by the grace of God, and a marriage counsellor who couldn't save cur marriage but helped me grow, I've come through my divorce i stronger and better person. I am presently involved in a situation that has me half crazy with indecision. I've been seeing a divorced man who has six sons. I believe I am in love with him and have told friends that we might many. The consensus is that I would be crazy to mix my three children (two boys and one girl} with his six (all My mother tells me we would be fighting over the children constantly. I am not a child (I'm in my early and I realize no marriage is without problems, but I do love this man and I don't want lo. lose him if this thing with Lhe children can be worked out. What are the chances, Ann? I should tell you Uiat his sons are well behaved and they seem to like me very much. Thanks for your help. Totter DEAR TEETER: I see no reason why you could not have a successful marriage with a father of six boys provided you agree m advance on the ground rules: No favoritism, and no "do you know what YOUR son did lo MY' daughter" com- plaints. Wlien the kids squabble (and you can bet 3'our life they will) Lhere must be no taking sides. Punishment should be swift, just, and equal. MIIS. HELEN THOMPSON I lives in an old 1D20 vintage j home in Toronto with her hus- band and newborn baby daugh- ter A son, Ian, is a metallur- gist with two daughters. Despite being a grandmother of three, Mrs. Thompson is ac- I live in lennis and skiing at her chalet at Georgia Bay. She's j also had her fling in Hollywood I having won a contest for Miss j Canada some years back and j had a part in a Hollywood Search for Beauty. She says the campaign has been an opportunity for a "mar-' vellous reunion. There arc three stages of life, youth, middle age and looking wonderful. We're al the looking wonder-1 ful." j choosing a, ptifipy from, SPCA oi'- pbans, A SHOULDER TO CRY ON _ Linda Crablree, 18, of Toronto, comforls a retarded child at Orillia, Ont., hospital tor the menially relarded. tyndo was one of 43 sludenls who worked ol the hospiial (his summer. HELPS POOR CAPE TOWN, South Africa (AP) Deirdre Barnard, the 21-year-old daughter of heart transplant pioneer Cliristiaan Barnard, was named debutante of the year at Stellenbosch Uni- versity. She won the honor by collecting to aid mulatto poor people. Doing their thing GLIELPH, Ont. CCPi TOT grandmothers were among tlie more than 250 volunteers who left recently to spend years in Africa under the auspices of the Canadian University Ser- vices Overseas. Margaret Stir- rett of Guelph, a retired uni- versity professor and grand- mother of eight, said she is do- ing it for ''usefulness and ad- venture." Myra Maloney of Vancouver, who is 31. said tar children now are grown and she is doing her "own tliinji.' liEU-IIOr PANTS CACAK. Yugoslavia 'API A clolhing Factory was threat-: eacd with bankruptcy, until it making hot pants. Profits i burgeoned and workers' wages, v.ere doubled. GET EQUAL PAY SYDNEY. Australia CAP) Tlie state of New South Wales raised annual salaries frjr women prison officers by up lo after a decision by the conciliation commissioner (n make their pay eqval to men's. WORLD OF SHOES 317A SIXTH STREET SOUTH What is French kissing? is it wrong? Who should set the necking limits tlie hoy or the girl? Can n sholgun wed- ding succeed? Read Ann Landers' booklet, "Teen-Age Ten Ways To Cool It." Send W cents in coin and a self-addressed, sUmped envelope. HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects cAtt 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 1st AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE FISH GAME ASSN. WEDNESDAY AT 8 P.M. IN THE EAGLES HALL 13th St. N. JACKPOT 60 NUMBERS-FREE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS (4lh, 8th ond 12th) in 7 Numbers NO O'HDREN UNDES 16 LADIES' AUXILIARY CANADIAN LEGION BINGO Wednesday at 8 p.m. VlllWV Air Conditioned Memorial Hall Isl Gnme 6lli Gamo S20 4lh Game Jnchpol 81h Gnme in 7 Number! If 4lh Game Nol Won. lOlli Game Blackout 15 Game Blackout for in 5] Numbers or leu Lucky Drnw Extra Cnrcfi Door Priio Standard Garnet Doubled if Won In 7 Number in first 12 nomci TICKET GIVEN iO WINNERS OF A LI. GAMES EVERYONE WELCOME Bill The University Of Lefhbridge ID! Continuing Education Program Of Off-Campus Courses, Fall, 1971 Code 1B02 0709 7014 0732 1520 1802 Centre BLAIRMORE BOW ISLAND BROOKS CARDSTON CLARESHOLM FOREMOST FORT MACLEOD 0712 MEDICINE HAT 0741 MILK RIVER 1216 PINCHER CREEK 0718 Class Name Anthropology 1000 Basic Concepts Education 3110 Comparalive Education 'Philosophy 2050 Philosophy of Education School "Education 3050 Education 4000 Innovations History 2710 Early Canadian Anthropology 1000 Basic Concepts Education 4250 Reading Program: Organization and Method Location Isabella Sellon Thursday School Senalor Tuesday High School Brooks Elementary Saturday Time Instructor C. V. Shieldi p.m. a.m.- noon K. Collins R. A. Ha tec- Creek Wednesday E. Folkenberg Elementary School p.m. lee Creek Saturday a.m.- Elementary School noon Willow Creek Composite Willow Creek Composile Tuesday p.m- Wednesday p.m. W. M. Baker P. W. Lomaj J. Stewart 3054 RAYMOND TABER 0206 3056 Sociology 2050 Sociology of the Community Anthropology 3130 North American Indian Education 3170 Technology of Mass Instruction Education 4150 Reading Theory and Diagnosis Geography 2120 Canada Educalion 3270 Introduction to Scho'1 librarianship Art 2150 (formErlv Art Drawing I Sociology 2210 Foremost High School T. P. Walshr School F. P. Walslie Schcol Medicine Hoi Erie Rivers High School Matlhew Halton High School Monday G. A. Mann School Myr i Sociology of Occupalions High School Monday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday I Monday T. A. Moore. p.m. p.m. p.m. 30 p.m. p.m. 7.00-10-00 p.m. C. Plumb D. lampard J. F'elciip Hastings H A. Mirks 'These courses ore the same but credit can be in eilher Arts and Science by registering for Philosophy 2050 or Educalion by registering for Education 3050. The foregoing program must be regarded as tentative, lhe University reserves lhe right lo cancel or suh- sliule for any of the above courses if ir considers circumstances so require. The deadline for admission and registration is September 25, 1971. The University of Lelhbridge accepts applications (rom mature students (21 years cl age and er) wl-o do rot meet the regular entrance requirements. Further information concerning admission under Ihis classification can be obtained from the Registrar's Office. Students applying this category must do so early. Insfruclion in all courses will commence the week September 13lh. Persons who wish to tako courses lor interest i.e. audil not credit can oblain on Audit ROTIS'I alien form trom the Registrar's Office. No transcripts need submilled under this category. For further information, interested persons should conlact: THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE CONTINUING EDUCATION, lelhbridge, Alberto TELEPHONE: 329-2256, 329-2244 ;