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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE IETHBRIDGE HfRAlf) Saturday, December 4, 1971 family life By MAUREEN JAMIESON :laus dropped into town today for a indies spread around toy- Mr. ,-ir.d Mrs S. quick jlievk'W nf IMC land. W-iilin" fur In- vehicle 1" he serviced for its mammoth run on The Da- Mr I'laus whilcd away tiie lime giving me an in-depth 'hitrrvtew regarding Ihe current situation in this critical Watching him pull off his boots and pop his feet up on the typewriter. I was happy to note that other people's husbands suffer from Ilie i'.oley seek syndrome. hi; said. (W-hat else'.'i "I sure am happy th.-> .veliTtion ibis year. Last year it was a dog only rated a single hn! on my liu-ho-meter. But this year I can state quite caiogcrically the show's worth a good ho! ho! though I'm not prepared to go as far as ho! ho! ho! "We could do with a bit rr.ore interest in stocking sniffers, war." said Mrs. Claus somewhat timidly. Definitely nut a women's lib type, I thought. "Nag. nag, nag." said Mr. Claus good humcredly. "That's IVT own special department you know, and in all Ihe centuries I'M1 known her, she's never really been satisfied with it." "Well dear, it's the variety "I've taken on a couple of new elves this season." he said, ignoring the interruption, "and I've come down to look at the toys they're sending out. Mrs. C., make a note to raise their candy allowance and put them on regular staff. They're good hoys." The mechanic poked his nose around the door to tell the Clauses he was taking off the runners and fitting winter tires to their customized santamobile. "No bellowed Mr. Clause, obviously disgusted. "What's the world coming to It has always been kangaroos in Ihe south, sleds in the north; but I tell you lately I've been seriously considering switching to kangaroos al- together." "Mind you. I'll wait a couple of hundred years or so until Rudolph's ready to retire, because J wouldn't want to hurt his feelings. He's been undergoing psychoanalysis for his nose problem, and he's very sensitive.'1 "Say did you know it was actually a local psychiatrist who wrote that song about I acknowledged that I had been ignorant of this fact. "The poor old deer was in a state of severe depression because of all that teasing, A sympathetic head shink picked up his broken thermometer and jotted down that doggerel on a prescription pad to up old Rudolph's ego a couple of notches." Back came the mechanic, charging across the newsroom on the Clauses' transportation, now running smoothly. Parking by the side of my desk, he handed over the reins to Mr. Claus. "Back to the Santa roared cut happily. "See you in three weeks if you're good, ho! ho! And he wooshed out the window or was it the chimney? Mike is homecoming queen CONSERVING HIS ENERGY Mr. S. Clous of the North Pole paid a flying visit 1o our city today. Here he relaxes for a few moments during a rap session with a staff writer in the newsroom at the Lethbridge Herald. A Calendar of Local Happenings jVEA Whatever happened to the days when college home- coming queen was the biggest event on campus? Many schools have abandon- ed the tradition. Some schools still run the contests, but some- how they've lost the glamor and importance. The University of A r i z o na continues to crown the home- coming queen. This year, how- ever, it wasn't the ordinary fe- male lovelies who took part. Mi- chael C. Frost, 25. was also vying for the coveted title. And, i behold, he easily beat out five j female candidates for home- coming queen at the University. ANNOUNCEMENT Ron and Leah Willis would like to announce that Barbara Brown; Geri Franklin and Mary Pisko have joined their staff. Barbara, Geri and Mary would lika to invite all their friends and customers to come in and see ihem for all their hairdressing needs. Le RONS HAIRSTYLES The Christmas pottery dis- play. Under the Christmas j Tree, featuring pottery, macra- me and batik for gift giving will be hosted by the potters' guild at the Bowman Arts Cen- tre. Open House is Sunday from I to 5 p.m. Milk River Beaux 'n Belles square dance learners' group will dance Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the Erie Rivers school. j Women are asked to please I bring a box lunch. i Southminster square dance learners' group will dance Mon- day in Southminster upper hall at 8 p.m. Women are asked to please bring a box lunch. FOE bingo tonight at 8 p.m. in the Eagles Hall. Jackpot is S155 in 56 numbers. Everyone welcome. The regular meeting of Lau- rel Chapter, No. 43, Order of I the Eastern Star, will be held I in the Masonic Hall, on Mon- day at 8 p.m. All visiting mem- bers are cordially invited to at- tend. JSO.OOO- Hove you r your Chrhtmcn appointment yr.t? DION SHAYNE years old daughter of MR. ond MRS. GEORGE KIAUS IETHBRIDGE The Quittenbaum Walker sec- tion ACW will meet th? home of Mrs. G. Meek. 1711! 20 St. S. on Monday at p.m. for a pot-luck supper and ex- change of gifts. The history and current events department of the Mathesis Club will meet at the home of Mrs. H. D. Redding. 2210 22 Ave. S. al p.m. Tuesday. The December meeting of Ihe Potters' Guild will be held in i the potters' room, Bowman Arts Centre, Tuesday al p.m. j The Whirl-A-Ways will hold the annual Christmas square dance party in St. Augustine's Parish Hall, Monday at p.m. Lunch will be smorgas- bord, women arc r-'kM (o please bring a casserole or sal- ad. There will be a gilt c change, guest callers. All square dancers welcome. i The regular meeting of liar- mony Ladies Auxiliary will be held'in the IOOF Hall on Mon- day. A good turnout is request- _ i The children of Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Earl request the presence of friends and reia-! lives to celebrate their par- j ents' 25th wedding anniversary. Open house will held Satur- day, Dec. 11 at .W26 53 St. in Taber from 7 to 9 p.m. No gifts, by request. j The December meeting of the Ellen Denoon will meet at the St. Andrews Womens' Federa- i El Rancho Restaurant for lion will be held Tuesday at lunch Wednesday at p.m.: p.m. in the church lounge. Grace Marshall will meet at j Annual reports from all groups Ericksen's Family Res- and committees should be j taurant for lunch Wednesday at handed in. j j p m Helen Draffin will meet i at the Marquis Hotel for lunch Southminster United Church I Wednesday at p.m.; and l.'CW Units will meet as fol- i Susan Galbraitli will meet at laws: Alma Buchanan will meet Grick sen's Family Rcs- iih Mrs. Quclch. 8.14 12 St. A Wednesday at p.m. tarn-ant for lunch Wednesday NOW YOU ARE FINISHED SCHOOL And Desire roo Leorn a Profession WHY NOT BECOME A HAIRDRESSER We have 3 fully qualified full time instruc- ts e nave j ruiiy qualified run iime IIIJ.IFvt- treses and we teach all phases of beauty culture, hair styling and cutting, bleaching, tinting and permanent waving. You'll enjoy our new remodelled and air-conditioned school. A professional beautician pays High- er than the average income and opportu- nities are unlimited. r-ii Alberta Beauty School Fl" Out Low Monthly This coupon I "055th St. S., Lethbridge Tuition ,NAME...............i Payments i Classes For More Information IADDRESS Starting Now r The Anne Campbell Singers w and Teen Clefs will present j Singing Tree '71 on Sunday. Dec. 12 at the Yates Memorial ffi Centre, at and p.m. g? Guest artist will bs Miss Val- eria Horvath, violinist. A public reception will be held after the evening performance with con- venor Mrs. M. Giesbrccht. For a great Christmas Gift Idea and easy winter clothes care see this GENERAL ELECTRIC n a ou.t of toum The Units of the First Uni- ted Church Women will meet as follows: Margaret Atkins, Thursday luncheon at 1 p.m. wilh Mrs. J. Reid 504 If, St. X.: Annie I. C h a p p e 11. Tuesdny pot-lurk lunch at I p.m. with Mrs. R. Fairies 413 15 St. Lily -Packson, Monday Dec. 13. with Mrs. S. Pcdcrson 916 21 St. S. at p m.; .Jubilee, Wednesday. Christmas banquet in Ihe lower hall at p.m.: Clara king, Monday at 8 p m. with Mrs. D. Ilolyroyd 4B- KHI 15 SI. S.; Emily Lytlc, Thursday luncheon a! 1 p.m. wilh Mrs. P. D. .Jones 422 12 St. A and members are ask- ed to bring prizes for Devon Home Bingo. Magowan-I larleman, Thurs- day for pot-luck lunch at p m. with Mrs. N. Hall 12 SI. A N.; Wliitmnrc-Jolmston, Thursday for supper al the Shanghai Cafe at. 7 p.m., meet- ing to follow. Flectuood R.'mden Home, and School Association met this week, with a good attendance of teachers and parents. A pro- gram of singing and recorder music was presented by Mrs. Tillolxon and her three grade R classes. Mr. L. Flaig and Mr. R. Haig demonstrated audio- visual aids being used in the school. Wilh features like 3 Temperature Selection Safety Start Sw'tch Permanent P.e-s Cycle Automatic Cool Down Porcela'n Tub Porcelain Top 3 Way Venting CHRISTMAS GIFT SPECIAL rr win 'Keep in tune' says judge at hospital conference By RUDY ll.MJGEN'EDEJl Staff Writer The secret to operating an efficient hospital is good rom- munication says Alberta chief judge N'clles V. Buchanan. A system of good communi- cation is needed between hospi- tal administrators, their elect- ed trustees and hospital medi- cal staff. Speaking in Lethbridge at the soutJiern Albeila regional con- ference of the Alberta Hospi- tals Association Friday, he ad- vised the three groups to keep in tune with changing times by reading readily available lit- erature dealing with their fields. The trustees must be firm, decisive and become involved j with what's going on by using' various techniques such as ai- ending various hospital depart- mental meetings. Hospital administrators were also told to be firm while dele- gating their authority. He add- ed that administrators must also be tolerant and patient. Trustees were reminded that administrators are working for them and when the machinery of communication beUve e n the two broke down consistent- ly, the administrator should be j replaced. The medical staff, especially doctors, are the strength of a hospital, Judge Buchanan said. Just because doctors are so important to hospitals shouldn't mean that they are allowed to run the show, he said. Doctors are fallible, just as people in all walks of life are. For this reason doctors' qual- ifications and hospital privi 1- eges should be constantly re- viewed by trustees. If something happens be- cause a non qualified doctor practises in a hospital, the trus- tees are legally responsible, he warned. Impasses between the groups can be avoided by holding joint meetings on a regular basis to discuss areas of mutual con- cern or problems. lie lauded doctors for bring- ing hope to people when they are despairing. Less affluent people should not condemn doctors for living in expensive and pleasant sur- roundings. Judge Buchanan said doctors live a major proportion of their lives surrounded by the misery and pain of others and should be afforded some benefits. wearing your hair the way he likes it. INSTITUTE OF MOTIVATIONAL HYPNOSIS Build Sales Stop: Smoking Self-Confidence Bed Wetting Develop Self Motivation Stuttering ir Improve Study Habits if Master Emotions if Improve Memory if Eliminate Nervous Tension ic Concentration to improve Sports Abilities Build Self Discipline Nail Biting Other Habits Sleep Soundly Lose Weight if Overcome feors of: Classic Phobias Incompatibility Dentistry In Individual ond group instruction available hetro-hypnosis and self hypnosis. Free lecture service to any non-profit organization. 24 HOUR ANSWERING SERVICE PROFESSIONAL HYPNOSIS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY: 261-3840 621 4th Ave. S.W. Calgary 328-6426 324 7th St. S. Lethbridge MATCHING 1 SPEED AUTOMATIC APPLIANCE TV CENTRE 813 4lh Avo. S. Phono 328-1673 328-1332 Across from Encrson's Downtown Showroom Grain Taken In Trade! Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement In TheUtUridgeHeraU Al! weading repcrjs, marriage and engagement announcements will now be published on i spe- cial pnge in The Herald's Saturday editior. each week. Special requests for publication on other specific days of ihe week will be given every consideration- Wedding Reports, with or without picture, will now be accepted in the following forms: Standard Wedding Report- Using the information ycu provide on The Herald's standard wedding report form, (available at The REPORT ONLY 5.00 REPORT WITH TWO COLUMN PICTURE Extended Wedding If you wish information published which would be additional to that provided on The Herald's stand- ard report form, this will be accepted, and the entire report will then be charged at 20c per count line. Charge for a two column picture with this write-up would be DEADLINE FOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION WILL BE 4 P.M. WEDNESDAY OF THAT WF.EK FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE Phone 328-4411 Family Editor Tlic Lethbridge Herald ;