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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 34 THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD Saturday, December 21, 1974 Y's 'snowball express' Lynne Van Luven set for New Year's Day Last-minute shopping 0 Here we are folks, just four more days till Christmas only two of them shopping days at that and I'm just getting around to drawing up my gift list. Let's see now For Eugene Whelan, who's still trying to explain those millions of rotten eggs, an ecru-toned volume of that rollicking comedy, The Egg and I For U S. Arkansas Democrat Wilbur Mills, whose much publicized affair with the Tidal Basin Bombshell' plummeted him to instant fame, a carton of that wondrous panacea, Ironiz- ed Ygast, to enable him to pursue his exploits with renewed vigor For city Alderman Bob Tarleck, who wants to unleash dog bylaws to permit four, instead of two canines per household, thereby treating citizens to the invigorating experience of being chased by a surly, ravening beast when taking out the garbage, a recording of Path Page singing that poignant ditty, "How Much Is That Doggie In The (surely you know how it goes, Bob "da-da-da, the one with the waggeldy tail. For MonagThorburn, that most Aidaunted and tenacious member of the Lethbridge Safe Water Committee, a year's supply of fluoride toothpaste To those members of the Canada Winter Games Committee responsible for dreaming up the image of Pharley Pheasant and implementing his subsequent ludicrous and gauche public appearances, an illustrated recipe book, Ways With Pheasant For Lethbridge West Socred president Gerald Waldern, who has been fruitlessly seeking her, an autographed centre fold glossy print (ready for mounting) of 87 year old "Ada Grundge" of Stagnant, Alta His very own pin up. For Lethbridge West MLA Dick Gruenwald, some light bed- time reading: copies of Dr Alex Comfort's The Joy of Sex as well as the sequel, More Joy. And Joy to the World, Dick For Justice Minister Otto Lang, who is taking an ever increasingly unenlightened stand on abortion, a recording of Lawrence Welk and his champagne boys playing "I've Got with background lyrics by the Vatican Beys' Choir For Pierre Trudeau, a recording of Peter Lougheed and his Oil Drum Band playing that haunting melody, The Sheik of Araby, with French lyrics on the flip-side For Peter Lougheed, agafti a recording, this time of Blood, Sweat and Tears blasting their way through an original madrigal composition for accordian, flute and harpsichord, Oil over Troubled Waters, with a rendition of that golden oldie, Pipeline, on reverse side For Lethbridge MP Ken a leather bound, gilt edged collection of the speeches of Ezra Taft Benson The YMCA wants everyone to start the new year off on the right foot. And, according to YMCA adult program director Pat O'Brien, that right foot should be energetically followed by a left foot, leading into a com- prehensive physical fitness program. In the 1975, in addition to its regular complement of programs, the YMCA is initiating two new projects, designed to increase fitness awareness and ability. Launching the new year is the "snowball a two mile run planned for 10 a m. Jan. 1 The run is open to Y members and non members; the registration fee entitles participants to run a prescrib- ed route, followed by a steam and shower in YM facilities topped off with a breakfast of toast, coffee and juice. "This is the first time we've tried something like says Mr. O'Brien, "and we hope to make it an annual event." He says there is no limit for the number of participants in the snowball express, Pre registration is desirable, but not necessary. The Y will be launching a campaign to educate the public, and particularly its own members, about the benefits of physical fitness. Jan. 20 through Feb. 14 will be declared Fitness Month The Y will operate a personal fitness evaluation and point accumulation program whereby participants will be Metric system conversion won't upset households TORONTO (CP) Canada's conversion to the metric system won't make an even a of difference to those favorite recipes in every household. Elizabeth Bond, chairman of the consumers, home economics and retail trade committee of the metric com- mission in Canada, said this week substituting metric measure for standard cooking measures will have little effect on cooking results. "The Canadian consumer, therefore, will find little or no i MERRY 1" I CHRISTMAS and a very HAPPY NEW YEAR BEAUTY GERDA SALON DUPASQUIER and disruption in the kitchen due to the introduction of standard industrial measures. "The decision to go metric there is entirely up to the in- dividual since no one will be forced to convert reasured recipes or replace existing equipment." She was addressing a panel at a metric conversion seminar held by the Conference Board of Canada About 300 Canadian businessmen attended the one day meeting Canada will be switching to the metric system over the next five years. expected to commit themselves to a regular exer- cise program in order to at- tain a certain number of points over a four week period. Mr. O'Brien has worked out schedules allowing points for specific exercises. The average participant will be able to earn as many as eight points a day, and may aim for an optimum 160 points over the four week period. "U will involve a lot of time and promises Mr. O'Brien, "and people will have to commit themselves to a serious goal." Finally, keeping in mind those frail and flabby in- dividuals who regard exercise with such strong emotions as disdain or loathing, the Y has devised a special "Tenderfoot Fitness" program. Billed as "a sensible appraoch to activity for men and the tenderfoot program will be held Tuesday's or Thursdays, runn- ing Jan. 7 to Mar. 25 and Jan. 9 to Mar 27, respectively. The fee for the 12 week program includes a YMCA "fitness finders" kit which contains charts, nutritional and fitness information as well as a series of a calisthen- tics for beginners. "This program is for people who are not accustomed to do- ing very says Mr. O'Brien. "We hope to make the program fun; activity will be low key. "There's a growing interest in says Mr O'Brien "Probably the Participaction campaign has had a lot to do with the increased awareness, but I think city doctors have been doing their part too. They are suggesting that more of their patients get out and get some regular exer- cise MARQUIS Keeping in trend with the latest hair styling and beautiful hair care HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Need Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CALL 328-2860 FOR PICK-UP SERVICE or LEAVE AT 412 AVE. S. Clip this ad it's worth For appointment drop into MARQUIS HOTEL BLDG. or Phone 328-8023 off any purchase or over CASH BINGO TONIGHT, SATURDAY O'CLOCK HUNGARIAN OLD TIMERS HALL A1100 Blickout Bingo pliyri lor till won iviry plus Nynbir Jickpols JACKPOTS NOW AND 5 Cards (or or 25c each (Located to No. 1 Firghall) FIGURE SALON Ekcfrophonic Component Stereo AM-FM Radio 8 Track Tape Recorder Head Phones Blank Cartridge 2 Speakers Deluxe BSR Changer Quadra Stereo Equipped Complete with Stand And here's the beet part this beautiful set Reg. SANTA SPECIAL Mrs. Grace Somerville, Proprietor, Instructor of the Lethbridge Figure Salon extends Season's Greetings to all her customers during 1974 thanking them for their patronage, wishing one and all health and happiness for the coming year. The Salon will be closed for the holidays from Dec. 20 to Jan. Phone Numbers: Res. 328-4395 Bus. 327-2151 ARNODYCK DEBBIE BOULTON GREG ANDREWS Coaldale grads receive in awards Friday Graduates of Kate Andrews High School, Coaldale, were honored Friday at the school's annual academic awards day presentations. Ed Ryan, school counsellor, says more than was given in awards to the 1974 graduating class. Major won by Kate Andrews' students include: Debbie Boulton, the Queen's University Tri color Scholarship. Joy Hoyano, University of Alberta Matriculation prize, cultural assistance grant, and Fraser Hodgson Creative Writing Award. Cathy Horvath, University of Calgary honor prize. Charlotte Klassen, Canadian Mennonite Bible College Scholarship, Arno Dyck, University of Lethbridge Entrance Scholarship, Gregory Andrews, Palhser Distilleries Scholarships, Gregory Wiens, The William Asbury Buchanan Bursary to U of L, Brian King, The Royal Canadian Legion Dominion Command Bursary, Community calendar Southmmster square dance learners group will meet Mon- day at 8 p.m in Southminster Hall Regular lunch will be served Tickets the Oldtimers Pem- mican Annual Ball and Re Union, to be held Dec. 27, may be obtained at the Club Rooms, 9th Street and 5th Avenue South, 2-5 p.m., Thurs- day and Friday Membership registrations will also be accepted during these times. To be eligible, a person must have resided in Southern Alberta (south of the north boundary of Township 19) prior to Dec. A son or daughter of a qualifying Old- timer, may also register if over 25 LORD A FRAUD LONDON (Reuter) American banker's daughter Shirley Floyd dreamed of joining Britain's aristocracy when she met smooth-talking "Lord" Craig Rezwon Miss Floyd, 23, from Tulsa, Okla believed Rezwon's claim to be related to the Duke of Nor- folk, distantly related to Queen Elizabeth, and thought she would be marrying into the Royal Family. But her prince charming was unmask- ed as a fraud by her suspicious mother who paid a private detective to hide in a closet, a London court heard Rezwon, 22, unemployed, pleaded guil- ty to seven charges of obtain- ing about by false pretences FAIRFIELD'S TELEVISION APPLIANCES LTD. 1242 3rd Ave. S. (Opposite the Elks) Phone 328-0822 BKCKBKB We send greetings, hale and hearty, to our friends everywhere. Have a great holiday. From the management and Staff of For Appointments 327-0150 INTERNATIONAL HAIRSTYLING: Jean Richards, Rotary Ciub of Coaldale Driver Education Award. Additional awards included- Gregory Andrews, Debbie Boulton and Cathy Horvath, Canadian Sugar Factories Ltd. Scholarships and also the Coaldale Home and School prizes. Cathy Horvath, Kinsmen Club of Coaldale, Scholarship Mary Harms, Kim Nishimura Memorial Bursary Rosemary Jurcak, Coaldale Kinettes' Grade 12 Diploma Award Katherine Fnesen, Knights of Columbus Grade 10 academic prize. Cecilia Malkas, Smith's Color TV grade 11 academic prize Fred Tolsdorf, Harry's Auto Service Automotives prize. Arno Dyck, Coaldale Gulf Service prize Gregory Andrews, Pythian Sisters of Coaldale English 30 prize Brian King, the L. Low Athletic Award Linda Hudson, The A F Wilson Business Education Award Debbie Boulton, Klassen Construction Mathematics and Science prize. Rosanna Slemko, Purity Bottling Ltd Service Awards Vance Finley, Martens IGA Foodliner art award Bill Gergely and Sandra MacDonald, Rotary Club of Coaldale Music Awards, band and choral respectively. Joy Hoyano and Cecilia Malkas, Ternalyn Holding French 30 prize Charlotte Klassen, Alpha Milk German 30 prize Cathy Horvath, Bank of Montreal Home Economics Award Brian King and Linda Pavan, Square Deal Homes Citizens of the year awards Seventeen students earned honor standings in Province of Alberta Matriculation Scholarships. Kathenne Janzen, Rosanna Slemko and Christine Voelske, E. C. Miller Awards, Forty five students earned a senior matriculation stan- ding, receiving grade 12 matriculation bars F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT EAGLES HALL 6th Ave. A and 13th ST. N Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. SCardsfoM.OO or Each Three 7 Number Games JACKPOT Free Games and Free Carde DOOR PRIZE Gold cards pay double money Children undir 16 not allowed UKRAINIAN GREEK ORTHODOX BINGO Permit No. B21990 SUNDAY, DECEMBER 22nd P.M. EAGLES HALL 13th St. N. Mini Jackpot Won Each Week S200 JACKPOT IN 50 NUMBERS Increase and numbar per week. if each or 5 Cards NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS OF AGE ALLOWED TO PLAY UPHOLSTERING Prompt Service Reasonable! MODERN and ANTIQUE FURNITURE and AUTOMOBILES 1016 1st Avenue South, Lethbridge PHONE 328-5257 or 327-3037 after 5 p.m. UPHOLSTERING Across from Gall Gardens 218-5th StrMt 8. I TO WISH OUR CUSTOMERS T ;