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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Skiing vacation gains popularity Skiing has become so popu- lar over the past years (hat some Canadian resorts now re- port that their winter trade ex- ceeds the traditional summer influx. The increased popular- ity of family skiing is the main reason. Family winter vacations in Canada have undergone a drastic increase over the past four years. This trend, coupled with the even greater popular- ity of ski club or group skiing, has prompted a multi-million dollar investment in winter oriented resort facilities from coast Lo coast in Canada. Peak family ski season is Christmas and mid-March. For these periods, the family who ski together are well advised to put their heads together, select a resoil and make their reser- vations well in advance. Mon- day-to-Friday holidays any oth- er time during the mid-Novem- ber to mid-April ski season are fairly uncrowded across Can- ada. On weekends the two lines are longer than mid-week and there is more competition for Saturday night accommoda- tion, so it is wise lo reserve ahead if you are staying over a weekend. Some ski resorts arc com- pletely family oriented. The "homey" atmosphere brings the same families hark year after year who frequently book the same week with relatives or friends and enjoy a week long holiday visit in conjunc- tion with their annual ski holi- day, Most areas retain special in- j stniclors for children. These specialists arc a curious com- bination of professional ski in- structor, foster parent, guid- ance counsellor, and are called upcn to give everything from inspiration and sympathetic understanding to pointers on proper dress for comfort in a coid climate. Skiing skill is determined on the first morning out with spe- cial classes from the uncertain toddler to the more accom- plished miohty miles who are particularly long on enthu- siasm and energy. The parents are assigned to comparable adult classes and here Uie psy- chology of skiing is similar to that of bridge rarely will husband and wife IK selected to ski in the same class un- less upon special request. Rates for the skiing family are pretty uniform but in some of the smaller or lesser known rcsorls the sld-week package may be open to negotiation. Reduced t r a n s-continental air fares are now the key fac- tor in an attractively priced, all-inclusive six-div ski week package being marketed by Air Canada for the coming sea- son. Catering to the ski-minded and the fun-oriented, Canada offers winter a new family look. One well worth the trou- ble. Tucjday, Drc-mbr. 31 1771 THE ir.THBr.ICGE HEEAIO 17 GOOD nirni i: i sic SCHKKNS Pink .salmon is a fjixjil choice Provide fire screens for fire- fur fish cakes, clxnvdcr.s and pl.M'cs as flying brands or casserole dishr.s. shirks easily a fire. ca lendar JcaL local liap AGENTRESSES The first women to become Secrel Service special agents were recently sworn in by Assislanl Treasury Secreiary Eugene T. Rossides and James T. Row- ley, Secrel Service director, right. The women, whose (aces were not permitted lo be photographed, will be male agents, including pro- assigned the same duties iection of the President. Ann Landers J, n ana out o lo Wl'l Tire regular meeting of Do- minion Rebekali Lodge will be held in the Odd Fellows Hail on Thursday at 8 p.m. Visitors i welcome. "The Store Where ladies Shop for Men" V The regular meeting of the p Women of the Moose will he fi held Tuesday at. 8 p.m. in the f, Moose Home, 1234 3 Ave. N. fi I Hostesses will be Alice Elasco A and Oiga Demchuk. The Christian Science Testi- mony meeting will he held Wednesday at p.m. in the church auditorium, 1203 4 Ave. S. Everyone welcome. i. The Original Pensioners an Leo Sui for that last minute (hopper Swonk Packard .Paris Socks-by Harvey Woods and Woolsey In Doubt About Give a Gentleman Ml Gift Certificate y g J MEN'S WEAR ITO. 314 7th St. 5. y Phone 327-2232 Open Thurs. and Fr v Until p.m. KftliMbMtKaASJiasiaaoillKSiMlll DEAR ANN LANDERS: Voii do a lot of good. Please some more by advising the unattached bachelors to be wiser and more compassionate when selecting objects tor their affection. Jt will pay off in the long run. Instead of pursuing the young, beautiful, sought-after-female, I strongly recom- mend the woman who is over SO not beautiful, and not the target of every guy in town. My reasons are the fol- lowing: 1. They will not yell. 2. They will not tell. 3. They will not swell. 4. They are grateful] as bell. No. 1 am not a rounder. I've been happily married for over 30 years. Rut if something happens to the Little Woman, I'll know whore to look. DEAR FARGO: Thanks for your letter. I'm glad you'll know "where to look.'' Make sure, you don't start looking be- j fore something happens to the Little Woman, or something 35 membrrs of the ILothi- during the evening were Mich- j bridge Community Band gath- etc Pittman, Halt Friesen. Jim i ered at the Bowman Arts Cen- j Russell, Dewil, David i ire for their annual Christmas Wcint.rob, Paul Dormaar, Jane j party. Bandmaster Frank Ho; Thomas. Mark Dimnik and j sck and Mrs. Hosek were in j Grant Kales. The event closos attendance along with i activities for this year. Regn- i of the executive who served the lar practices will not be held i food and pop. Winners of prizes i unlil affer the New Year. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes Senior Citizens Society' will hold a Christmas party on M'ednes- j day at p.m. in gym 2 of j the civic centre. Members will be treated to film entertain- ment, music, and if time allows, a bingo. Lunch will be erved. No transportation will be provided as the city transit system will operate until p.m. The 1972 membership cards will be available at this meeting. A good turn-out is re- s 1 quested. i 1 The Foil Macleod square I dances have been cancelled rav i til after the holiday season. LIPS LEAVE MARK LONDON (AP) Rev. Don- ald B. Harris of St. Paul's An- g I i c a n Church asked that women planning to take com- munion cither eschew lipstick or wear a non-smearing brand. "It now has become our custom to wipe the he said. "Al- most invariably we find traces might happen to YOU. DEAJl ANN LANDERS: We had a fire in our home last week and 1 feel like the luckiest, person in the world. Yes lucky because my husband and I and our two children are alive. When I think of what might have liappened, 1 shake all over. The fire started in the living room faulty wiring. II was a.m. when I smelted smoke. By the time I realized there was a fire downstairs, I couldn't see my hand in front of my face. 1 awakened my husband, called the fire depart- ment, grabbed the children and made a run for the back slairs. It was so full of smoke we had to turn back. I re- member reading something years ago about wet bedsheet.1; over the head with holes poked through for the eyes. We raced to the bedroom, took the sheets off tile bed, held them under the shower, poked holes with scissors and I carried one child while my Imsband carried the other, down the back stairs to safety. That wet bedsheet stunt probably saved our lives. And now I want to thank you because it w-as in your column j thai I read it at least 12 years ago. J.D.P. j DEAK MRS. J.D.P.: Your letter made my day. Thank you for letting me know. 1 hope every word you wrote will he read carefully by others. Who knows when any of us might need that lifesaving advice? DEAR AXN LANDERS: Alter 22 years and 6 children, my Inishand has found another love. He doesn't want to leave me, says be O.K. in time, and has begged me to be paticnl. He refuses to sec a doctor or a clergyman. I'm ashamed lo say I still love him. Am 1 sick or is he? I would do anything to keep this marriage together. The children don't have a clue. Neither docs anyone else. I'm up one day. sure T can make it and down the next. If anyone ever needed Ann Landers I do. Whet do you DEAR WIFE: Hang on. Get some counselling yourself. You arc Uie only person who can answer this question and it will give you strength. The big question is this: Would you and tiie children be better or worse off williout him? I urge you to honest about it. "If you wanted to meet me af four, you shouldn't have given me money enough ro last until five I" "To Our Many Friends and Patrons Our Sincere Wishes for a VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS We have enjoyed serving you and look forward to serving you again" BOYD TUCKER and FRANK OTRHALEK See our complete supply of boxed chocolates and Christmas cards now on display. 0 Don't forget our "Free Film Of-fer" lo you when we develope your film. WESTMINSTER DRUGS LTD. PHARMACY LTD. Located tn ZELLER'S SHOPPING CENTRE 1644 Mayor Magralh Dr. S. Phone 328-3760 Next 425 to Norlhside Safeway Westminster Shopping Centra Corner 5th ona1 13lh St. N. Phone 328-7833 "YOUR FRANCHISED RIMMEl COSMETIC DEALER" Zellers COUNTY FAIR CHOOSE FROM OUR LOVELY SELECTION OF DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RINGS AND DIAMOND DINNER RINGS FOR CHRISTMAS! Also genuine Rubies, Sapphires plus a completo selcet- tion of Birthstone rings. loo lo shop FAMILY RING FOR a WATCHES Rokx, Tudor, Acctitron, Bulova n Cara veils. MEN'S. I'ricfd From 12, LADIES' Priced From 14 A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS from Ihn Maringemrjnt ond Sloff t ERICKSEN'S JEWELLERY McFARlAND IHDG. 4lh AVENUE PHONE 327-35J5 CHRISTMAS INTRODUCeYOURSGLF ORR6DDRY CASTLE WINES LIMITED Zelfer'B County Located in the South Lethbridge Shopping Centre on Mayor Mngiath Drivfl Open Daily 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Telephone 328-8171. ;