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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE LlTHBSIDGt HtRAlD TutKJoy, 19, 1972 Children inspire toy designs VICTORIA ICP) When chll-1 For an adcntiooal ihc family rren vait the play area prov-! may rent toys to Use bv Victoria toymaSer Rich-1 EXPECT ORDERS ard Latte, the girls sometimes choose to play the forts UIt ar.d the boys irspect A-frame 1-orrrnred and coil houses. i parents will order we cuitom- ;.L-. Latte thinks if his designs j made. A fort costs S24 and >r a multi- outdoor The La ties' business theory i; the children will wsr.t one o! the are interesting enough children j prices go up to S145 for i v.on'i be divided by precor-di- dimensional indoor- tioned notions of what toys ap- piece of play peal to sex. i 'I'm at the poirA '.-here ray His custom-made toys, in 50: larger structures car, be dis- cs-signs, are made of wood: (mantled piece by piece :o they they're scarred and i can be carried to '.he family scratched they are solid and car." Mr. Latte said, safe. He says they're much bet- j Seemingly simple at first, the ter than plastic toys that break i toys do prove to involve a leivir.2 rigid, sharp edges. child's creativity. pew- Mr. Latte learned u'l'.chlrjg his. children, 11- month-old Rain ar.d Michael. 2. A former economics student, he has more than five years in Victoria in arts arxi crafts. House repairs save him a feel- L-s for carp-entry and toys. His -.rife 'Sheila helps him run i a "loybrary" -.vhere for a yearly fee of 5-3 a child can come ar.c the play area. ers and muscle power as we] as time. Tne tug boats have hatches tiiat open, ar.d are removable; anchors let out or wind in and there are barges to tow. Tne climbing apparatus has additional features such as a slide, and a canvas set of cov- j ers that click into place and transform the structure into a tent or secret castle. Richard Lntte said v, hat he is j doing is fun. "I'm up to the child that exists in me.'' UfeeWhimsy DICK7S CUSTOM HOOR INSTALLATIONS icvi ycj- fleer cover- 19 bstc.Ti Chrilf- -.31. f-rc'l c-y cf REASONABLE RATES FHOME 328-OO77 AflES 5 P.M. LEGION BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY AT 8 p.m. JACKPOT BLACKOUT IN 56 NUMBERS OR LESS (Inereoting number pv wteV until won', Isf GAME 550 JACKPOT Sth CAME 525 (X) 10th GAME S500 JACXPOT IN 51 NUMBERS 2 EX1RA BINGOS FOS TUSXiYS FREE BUS SESYICl HOME AHE8 BINGO MEMORIAL HALL PUBLIC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY LOUNGE Children under 16 net allowed Spomered by todies Auxiliary to Canadian Officers installed i i Mrs. T. W. S. Band was re- cently irsalied as Worthy Ma- l- tron 'for the Maple Leaf Chap- ter. OES. flith T. S. Bard i PP as Worthy Patron. Other officers ir.clude Mrs. 0. Heidinger, associate matrtc: f R. H. Evemden PP. associate: patron; Charles Evans, setre- Mrs. A. Shaver, treasur- er; Mrs. C. G. Ortor.. ccr.duc-. j tress; Mrs. T. Adamson. asso- ciate conductress; Mrs. ROES Tin'en. marshal; i Mrs. D. Shearer, crganist: Mrs. i E. E. Adah: Mrs. R. M, Purdv, Ruth: t Mrs. Estr.ir; Mrs. Reed Ainscwagh, Martha; Mrs. John Pelham. E'scta: i Mrs. C. Thomas. Warder; and John Pelnam Installing officers were: Miss Gibson. PGM. R. Mat- son. PP. Mrs.'R. H. Thornton, P.M. D. Voreason. PM. T. Morris, PM, Mrs. C. K. Diiler, PM: Mrs. B. L. Forster. PM. Mrs. R. A. Lvckn-.an. PM, Mrs. G. McKilIop'. Pit. Mrs. A. Wad- i PM: Mrs. J. Dunlop, PM. J. Dun- PP. Mrs. J. K. Ferguson, i PM, Mrs A. Lav.Ter.ce, Mrs. H. PM: i Mrs. J. DeraMter. XSiss Eeo'l Tiifer.. Mrs. PM, '.trs. 0. Wiilats. Mrs. L. Hatt, PM, i ar.d Girdr.er, PP. i Musical Miectiors were pre- j sented by the under the directkn of M.-s. R. A. Lyck-, man, PM. Pacifying bottles cause of cavities Bv JANE BRODV New York Times Service N'EW YORK water. AND THE TINIEST ELF Old favorites and nsvr ere Icvingiy end ccrcfully hur.g ce cdd their specie! touch to deccratina the spruce end end hot potaloes drift through the air, ery merry Cr.ristmss. ferguson. photo In piece, os the little ones in treE-, while exciting smelts of bringing Jnerr. fKe prc crr.iss cf a is assuring that the baby drijjis fluoridated water, has txren shwcn to reduce the .-.r.o common j Jr-cWcrlte Of by iq> to practice of usuig a baby j two.thinlSp as a pacifier may be causing in mfl. jinu- serio-JS decay in the ttx-th i s 0 c e't y not getting many as 80 per he continued. children, an expert on am-; drink p-epared formulas, dren's dcsitistry said milk acd canned juices Dr. Stephen J. Moss, chair- mfi [hereby getting the man of the dcpa-tmetit ptdo- we add to the water j doTitics at York University, i j.jppiy." ;ie added that breast- s j urged mothers to use bottles i fpQ bahies get fluorides from only at feeding times. He added j raolher.B but that that if after breast feeding Is bedtime, it stouM be filled tinned, the child should with water, not milk; or juice. Moss said the goal was to prevent what he called "nurs- ing bottle mouth w i a phsnomenon of extensive de- cav of the upp-sr teeth, 2j which tend to be bathed in the j JW milk or juice while the child Is sucking. fejf Thl5 suggestion v.-as anwng i gv several Nicrss offered at a ses- 2? sim of the Greater New York J? Dental Meeting devoted to j ver.tive in c-hildren. gf Moss urged mothers to start j carir-g for their children's tjeeth Jf the dav babies come home i W from the hospital. He said that, j y v.iih a pieis of gauze twice a i CJ day the mother can remove: hac-terU-laden plaque thet can GIVE HER GEHUINE SEALSKIN BOOTS OUR One-year garment guarantee By DEBORAH M. RA.VK1N AP Buiinesi Vr'ritc-r XE'.V YORK 'AP) Ten- year-old Timmy Rice, hard on his clr.thes like hss v.om thrwjsh psirs rj-jrsi- rees in tr.e last year. His mother doesn't complain though. She's had to pay for only one pair of firs'.. Mrs. Rice isn't a shoplifter. Her magic clothing budget is result o-I an apparel guaran- tee program of Vonsar.to chandising. Tne msin reasons. Co. Ur.de: Wear-Dated he said, are customs- apathy campaign, fe cornpsnv prom- and sturdy garments. MANY DON'T BOT.IFTR irritate the gums and infect I erupd.ig tec-fJi. Regular cleanir.-g of the. I ar.-d tsci-h v.ith gauze until j 2? i the- chilrf is old to have 3? teeth brushed i5 an et-1 cn-lkmt to prerer.f. decay in' Ire bahry Ueth. said in an jri a.'ter his tali, i S? BENEFIT SHOES LTD. 615 4th Ave. S. Phone 327-7300 Offti THURSDAY tllO FRIDAY Tilt. 9 P.M. SYLBERT'S GLOSEOUT SALE CONTINUES ENTIRE STOCK MUST GO! Fantastic savings in men's women's, children's Dress Shoes Casuals Sandals Snow Boots Western Boots Gift Slippers. NO EXCHANGES NO REFUNDS ALL SALES FINAL SAVINGS UP TO PERMIT NO. 129 505 4th Ave. S. AND MORE of r.ormal wear. cus-. f.omers get rn1 thriir afttr mailing tht garment. Wtar-Dsted Ug salts to in N'c-w York. In this (ji corjpiir.erisrn. ons v.fAjld wo-jM 'Aitri But i the company not the case except in areas, I notably and j wor> v.-ear. are no'. rifrector of app rc-I rr.er- Tr.e program. Eiarted 10 years sgo tr> promote the company's s yr.thfc t !c fi hres. cove: 5 more than items of from to overcoat. Tr.e cloth made from .Monsanto fibres ar.d the made from the cloth arr; tn tftstirjo before can carry the- Wear-Dated v.hich spumes the costs of the reports there are mil- Hon garments the Ug.s at a reUil value of about JWO million. SIMPSONS-SEARS SEWING MACHINE RENTAL Lots mending lo do? A wfrddinfl A yen To crtnlive? Pert and wlt'n o KENMORE Z1G ZAG (rem Telephone Oi In At Simpsons-Sears, Centre Village Mall For Compltte Detalli Commerce Growth Savings Certificates. It doesn't cost a lot to something of value. This Christmas, give 2 practical gift. A personal gift that not only makes sense, but aho makes money. Commerce Grcwth Savings Certificates. You can buy our Grov.th Savings Certificates in 810.00 denominations, and in multiples of SI0.00 without limit. Which means they're practical to even the most modest Christmas chopping budget. And they're a great gift for everybody. Grovrth Savings Certificates can be cashed at any time. And for more money than you paid after just 6 months. Ask about Growth Savings Certificates at your local Commerce branch. gift wrapped and ready for giving. It's a great way to s.ay "Merry And it gets better every year. CANADIAN IMPERIAL BANK OFCOMMERCE Open Won. thru Fri. 9 to 9 ;