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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - Friday, December 17, 1971 C^alendar oj- local kappenin<^5 Southminster circle square dance club will hold the regular dance Saturday at 8:30 p.m. in Southminster hall. All square dancers welcome. Women are asked to please bring a box lunch. * # if- The annual turkey bingo sponsored by St. Patrick's Church Mens' Club will be held in St. Patrick's Church parish hall on Monday at 8 p.m. Everyone welcome.  * * The Senior Choir of the Church of the Nazarene invites all to share in the Cantata, The Night The Angels Sang, by John W. Peterson, on Sunday at 7 p.m. in the church sanctuary. Choir director, Margaret Mitchell, accompanists, Maxine : Cross and Jean Ooxson, reader I Jack Issac, and speaker, Mrs. Lillian Deasley. Everyone welcome. * * * Bethlen Presbyterian Church will hold a Christmas Pageant on Sunday at 7 p.m. at the Church. It will be followed by a social hour with refreshments in the church hall. * * * The music and art department of the Mathesis Club, will meet at the home of Mrs. 0. Williams, 532 1 5th St. S., on Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. * * * Vasa Christmas tree will be held in the Scandinavian Hall on Sunday at 4:30 p.m. Members are asked to please note the change of time. LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Camoiis Corner HEATHER LUCKHURST LCI Another semester came to a conclusion at LCI on Wednesday, bringing the students to the brink of a week of exams. But exams aren't all that bad are they, particularly when followed by a week of holidays afterwards? # * * This time last year I was on my way to Winnipeg for Christmas with my Mother and Dad, sister Nancy, our two German Shepherds, Mizpah and Chelsea and a trunk loaded down with Christmas gifts to take to my brothers in our former home-town. Believe me folks, travel may be great, but don't try to get across the prairies in the middle of winter unless you're assured of a ride in a comfortable, well-heated car or train or plane. As it was, our car wasn't all that old, but it had gone many miles, and for some mysterious reason, on the very morning we were to leave, the heater declined to work, then after we had been on the road for a few miles the motor, started making weird not )s! It was thirty below, with a howling wind which blew the snow across the highway so that visibility was almost nil. However we decided we wouldn't turn back so pressed on, freezing cold and praying the car wouldn't give up the ghost on a stretch of prairie miles from nowhere. Well our prayers were answered - partly. At the Hat the car coughed and conked out about three blocks from a service station. We were hauled in by a tow-truck where some-tbing-or-other was done to the engine. After a delay of an hour and with the assurances of the mechanics that everything was now okay, we proceeded on our journey. But just before Swift Current, the car started coughing again and passed away just as r we rolled up to another service station. We decided not to push our luck that day, Dad pu*. the car in the garage for further servicing and we stayed overnight there. Anr" a good thing too - the radio advised that with the wind-chill, the temperature was 58 below! Next day, somewhat apprehensively, (but again with the assurances of the mechanics) we got underway once more. This time we made it to Re-gina, where the car started back-firing. We should have stayed right there, but we didn't. Dad kept going, and we kept praying. But about thirty miles east of Regina, at a little place called Indian Head, (and I do mean little, pop 1,000 and I could be over-estimating) we coasted up to yet another garage and that was it. The car just seemed to say, "sorry folks, end of the line." Apparently what was required was a new whatchamacallit which the town didn't have, so we debated what to do. Finally Dad returned to Regina, rented another car, and after a delay of several hours we got on our way to Winnipeg once again. Changing dogs, gifts, clothing and stuff from one car to the other we nearly froze - and it made us all wonder how pioneers ever survived crossing the prairies in winter in a covered wagon. You can be sure that was one Christmas we will all remember! We learned our lesson, this year we're staying in Lethbridge. * * * I'd like now to wish Mr. Sauer and all the teachers and students of LCI a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. P.S. And good luck to all, on your exams. * * * (The views voiced in the above column do not necessarily concur with either those of The Herald or Leister's, but are a reflection of the student's opinion.) TOP TWELVE 45 R.P.M. LEISTER'S MAIL ORDERSI Tick off the selections you want and send to us. You'll receive your records for only $1.00 each. Please add 15c postage on orders $4.00 and under. [ ] 1. DESIDERATA-Les Crane [ ] 2. CHERISH-David Cassidy [ ] 3. DO I LOVE YOU-Paul Anka [ ] 4. THEME FROM SHAFT-Isaac. Hayes [ ] 5. GYPSIES, TRAMPS AND THIEVES-Cher [ ] 6. IMAGINE-John Lennon Plastic Ono. Band [ ] 7. BABY I'M A WANT YOU-Bread [ ] 8. THEME FROM SUMMER OF "42"-Peter Nero [ ] 9. TURN YOUR RADIO ON-Ray Stevens [ ] 10. I'D LIKE TO TEACH THE WORLD-New Seekers [ ] 11. STONES-Neil Diamond [ ] 12. DEVIL YOU-Tho Stampeders * COMING EVENTS * SOUTHMINSTER UNITED CHURCH SENIOR CHOIR Presents ... The Christmas Part of Handel's "MESSIAH" Sunday, December 19 ~ 2:30 p.m. In Southminster- United Church Sanctuary THE ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL PRESENTS: OLD KING COLE PANTOMIME YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Dec. 26, 27, 28 B GIVE RECORDS | � A PERFECT GIFT FOR CHRISTMAS S LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDG., LETHBRIDGE NAME ....................................... ADDRESS ............................ ..... women up in the over first solo flights Ry JUDE TURIC Staff Writer ' "My husband has flown for ; years and years, so naturally, ', I've taken to it too. My son got Have you ever wondered what j his Pilot's license when he was on earth it svould take to get you started flying? Or even why you'd want to do some thing as crazy as that? Well, if you haven't thought of a good reason yet. two student members of the Lethbridge Flying Club will help you along. Marion Doyle and Gaye Wil-lians are fly-nuts. Gaye is young, a student in Grade twelve at the_ Lethbridge Col- seventeen, and I had to get in on the act," Marion said. The road to getting a pilots license isn't quite as simple as it may sound. It takes time, and most of all, il takes money. "Learning to fly is an exciting sport, but an expensive one. It takes a cash investment to start, but in the long run, you get it all back," explained Marion. Gaye agreed and added that legiate Institute, and has been once * P�son gets used to us in the air since she was 1B �g a plane as a mode of trans-months old. j P0^.11 takes (m aNful lot t0 "Once, my mother threaten- 8et m a car for a trip' ed to divorce dad if he took I "For me," said Marion, "it's me up again. She didn't," said; also a means of seeing my Gaye, "but she still hates '< family that lives in Edmonton. pjaiies,' i It's so handy to fly up in the And Marion, a housewife and mother, has lived with flying for ten years. morning, visit, and be back in time to cook supper." She went on to say that she HOT-PANT FAD END SIGNALLED - Two of the top haute-couture houses in Berlin signal continued popularity of the blazer and the end of the hot-pants fad in their spring, 1972, showings. This new longer length pants and the jacket in pinstripe wool, worn with a black silk shirt, are by Werner Macknik of Berlin. (CP Photo) began her learning to fly program because of an interest and a desire to be able to fly a plane. And with her sights set on getting her license in six weeks time, she has plans of always flying for the sheer enjoyment of it. Gaye, who began her lessons a year ago, plans to have her pilot's license by February. "I've been interrupted in the lessons so many times that it's taking a long time," she said, "what with school, and keeping up my drama, and then going to France last year, it has really cut into my flying time." Getting that license is some job. Students are expected to put in 20 hours of ground knowledge, and then 35 hours of actual flying time. The "ground work includes a wide scope of subjacts ranging from theory of flight, navigation and weather, to a knowledge of aircraft mechanics and air rules and regulations. "But the first solo is something," said Gaye, "you don't even notice that the instructor* isn't with you as you go around, then the control tower says something like 'congratulations on your first solo' and you look over at the other seat, find it really is empty and you did it." Marion agreed and added that on her solo which happened just a few days ago, she returned the controller's greeting with a gale of laughter. "It's quite a thrill when you realize you have done that solo," said Marion, "but I can still remember the day I went home in tears after a frustrating flight lesson.'" "Flying takes a lot out of you,' said Gaye, "you have to concentrate so hard, that by the end of an hour you can hardly stand any more. But after you can fly well, it becomes relaxing and a pleasure to fly." Flying may be just the thing for Marion and Gaye, but for others, it's not their idea of a good time. As Marion put it, "My friends all think I'm crazy." UP, UP, AND AWAY! - Marion Doyle, seated, and Gaye Williams, are learning to fly, and love every minute of it. Members of the Lethbridge Flying Club, they use a Cessna 150 for their lessons, and have just completed solo flights. The club has 712 members, five of whom are women. University moving fast The early completion of facilities at the University of Lethbridge west campus has enabled the university to move several of its departments from the Lethbridge Community College campus. The move including chemistry, biology, physics, math and music, was originally scheduled for late in the spring semester. Other university facilities will remain on the LCC campus until later in the year. Woman remains on reserve BRANTFORD, Ont. (CP) -Yvonne Bedard says she plans to fix up her house on the Six Nations reserve and possibly take in foster children now that a decision by the Supreme Court of Ontario has allowed her to remain on the reserve. She was commenting today on the decision by the court Wednesday that a section of the Indian Act disqualifying a woman from membership in an Indian band if she marries a white man is in conflict with the Canadian Bill of Rights. Mr. Justice J. H. Osier made the judgment in connection with an action by Mrs. Bedard who had asked the court to restrain the S'ix Nations band council from removing her name from the band list and evicting her from the reserve. Mrs. Bedard, 33, was born on the reserve but left it in 1964 to marry a white man. She separated from her husband a year ago and returned to the reserve with her two childen. The band council ordered her to leave the reserve and began eviction proceedings when she refused to do so. Mrs. Bedard said today she feels the Indian act is immoral. "It pushes Indian women to Illness takes toil LONDON (AP) - Time lost in Britain because of illness totalled 342 million workdays in 1970, the government said, a jump of 30 million over the previous year. living common law with white men they would otherwise marry." She added: "I felt I was being discriminated against by my own people. That's what really hurt." PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 $500 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS-8 p.m. CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HALL-Cor. 13th St. and 6th Ave. N. FRIDAY, DEC. 17th - 8 O'CLOCK 4th and 8th Games $30 in 7 NUMBERS-12th Game $40 5 CARDS FOR $1.00 OR 25c EACH BLACKOUT JACKPOT $110-54 NUMBERS LUCKY NAME DRAW WORTH $84 LUCKY NUMBER DRAW WORTH $8 Persons Under 16 Years Not Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB TOY SPECIALS! AT THE GALT EDUCATIONAL TOY FAIR (Next to Royal Bank, Near Zeller's) MECCANO MECCANO SET 2. Reg. 8.S0 SET 2. Reg. 6.50 SPECIAL 5.75 SPECIAL 4.50 MAAU'C ADIf and 24 WOODEN ANIMALS 1AAA NOAHS ARK Reg. 16.00........ special Ix.UU PICTURE LOTTO Reg 2 25 special 1.50 PICTURE DOMINOES Reg. 1.25 . special 75c GALT "SEE INSIDE" WOODEN PUZZLES 50% off Reg. Prices HURRY-TOY FAIR CLOSES DECEMBER 24th Date set for women s air race OTTAWA (CP) - The 1972 women's international air race, the Angel Derby, will May IS. The race, sponsored annually by the Florida Women's Pilots Association, will start at Ottawa international airport and terminate at Executive Airport, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Up to 100 aircraft and 200 pilots from many countries are expected to participate, an announcement said today. The race is held each year to foster international goodwill and understanding through aviation and to promote the safety of general aviation. The city of Fort Lauderdale has appropriated $10,000 for race expenses and prizes. WINS PRIZE PARIS (AP) - American anthropologist Margaret Mead was chosen to receive a $2,400 prize for popular scientific writing awarded by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization - UNESCO. PRE-INVENT0RY SALE! Special values throughout the Store louene Prince  ENGLISH CRIMP (11 or.) The best in crimp material. Reg. 5.98 yd. A AC Now Only ..........................yd. tivt  CRUSH VELVET Pre-inventory. C CQ Special Only ........................ yd. W�WW  PLAYTIME COTTONS Regular to 1.69. QQflf Pre-inventory special only .............. yd. W)�  PARTY BROCADES Regular to 7.69 yd. 4 QQ Pre-inventory special ................. yd. WiOw  HEATHERTONE ENGLISH BONDED Mix and Match. Reg. 5.39 yd. 4 AA Now Only .......................... yd. kiO� Savings. on. all. "STRETCH . KNIT" MATERIALS Register now for Stretch Sewing Classes Beginning January Mth, 1972 CASH OR CHARGEX - ALL SALES FINAL 426 13 ST. 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