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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, February 10, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 17 SED U N TIL SPRING Winter solitude Scenes from the Nikko Yuko Centennial Garden show a kind of peace ad serenity as it lies solemnly under a thick blanket of snow, waiting patiently for the many tourists brought in with the warm weather of spring. WALTEH KERBER photos Baby thief draws 2-year prison term LONDON (AP) A 24- year-old childless woman fak- ed pregnancy by stuffing towels under her clothing, then stole a seven-week-old baby from his carnage and fooled her husband for a while into believing the baby was her own. For her crime, Paulette Whitfield drew a two-year prison term this week. Law makers, social workers and her neighbors condemned the sentence as "disgraceful" and "harmful." Mrs. Whitfield was sen- tenced for stealing the baby from a home for unmarried mothers after faking preg- nancy for several months. She and her husband had tried for a year to start a family, the court heard. Then she thought she was pregnant and told her husband and other relatives. When her hopes were dash- ed she could not face telling anyone and faked pregnancy. Then she stole the baby, the court heard. A midwife who visited her home discovered the truth. MP Arthur Latham said he would press Home Secretary Roy Jenkins for an inquiry. snoivmobil'mg together. in 52 NUMBERS All proceed! this week Id Heart Fund SI Sold Card! Pay Doubla 15 Door Cards Regular Carda 25C or 5 for 13th St. and Ave. "A" N. No Children under 16 allowed Community calendar Xi Iota, Beta Sigma Phi, will hold its regular meeting Tuesday at Gladys Simons, i 1617 Ashgrove Road. Co- hostess will be Betty Graham. The program. What We Want, will be presented by Sharon Marshal. Xi Nu Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, will hold its regular meeting at p.m. Tuesday at the home of Bev Perkins, 1017 Stafford Drive. Hostesses will be Terry Westwood and Rhondda Schindeler. The program, Methods of Education, will be presented by Catherine Khan and Barrow, 825 13th St. S. Good Delores Christie. attendance requested. BINGO RAINBOW HALL -14015 Ave. N. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11th p.m. JACKPOT IN 54 NUMBERS 4lh-Slh and 12th GAMES DOUBLED IN T NUMBERS OR LESS Canto Carda ami OamM, 2M pw Card. S Door Prln No CMkntn unoar 16 Yun ______________Spanawtd by A.U.U.C. Ataocllllan____________ Try it! Rent a Singer Zig-Zag sewing machine with stretch stitch. Now for only per month! (Chances are you won't want to part with OPTION TO BUY- FREE DELIVERY LIMITED TIME OFFER SINGER Consult yd low pages of your directory for trtf address of the Singer Sewing Centra or participating approved dealer norotyou. The regular monthly meeting of the Canadian Pacific Railway Pensioners' Association will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the clubrooms. AH members urg- ed to attend. The literature department of the Mathesis Club will meet at p.m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs. G. Pragnell, 832 13th St. S. Southminster UCW units will meet as follows: Ellen Denoon, 3 p.m. Wednesday at the home of Mrs. A. A. Haig, 1115 8th Ave. S.; Susan Galbraith, p.m. Wednes- day at the home of Mrs. J. R. McKendry, 1504 6th Ave. S.; Grace Marshall, p.m. Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Percy Alexander, 1023 17th St. A S.; Alma Buchanan, p.m. Wednesday in the church lounge; 61 Unit, p.m. Monday at the home of Susan Yates, 2204 28th St. S. The Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, IODE, will hold the annual meeting at. 2 p.m. Thursday at the home of Mrs. Beta Sigma Phi, Sigma Chapter, will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the home of Marguerite Moore. Kathleen Thompson will present the program. Sigma Chapter will hold a mixed social at the home of Betty Hogg, 1220 22nd Ave. S., Coaldale, at 8 p.m. Saturday. Tau Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, will hold its meeting at 8 tonight at the home of Sharon Rooke. The program, The Land, will be presented by Robbie Wieterman and Diane Meszaros. Introduction will be given by Sharon Rooke. Co- hostesses will be Marsha Reich and Gloria Hydewill. JOBLESS INCREASE BONN (Reuter) The number of unemployed rose to more than one million in West Germany this month, the highest figure in 16 years, the finance ministry announced Thursday. There were 1.15 ''million unemployed, an increase of since December and about five per cent of the labor force. LMH director resigns accepts position Kay Hurlburt has resigned as director of counselling and pastoral care at Lethbridge Municipal Hospital to accept a new- ly created position at Calgary General Hospital. Dr. Hurlburt, who recently received a doctorate in counsell- ing and who is an ordained minister with the United Church of Canada, assumes duties March 1 as director ci educational ser- vices at the Calgary hospital. Dr. Hurlburt, says the job involves responsibility for staff development and co ordination of educational programs in skill training at the hospital. In addition, she will co operate with other departments within the hospital, and external in- stitutions such as the University of Calgary school of nursing, to aid in planning programs for 300 student nurses taking their internship at Calgary General. "With my education and my years of experience in counselling, I now feel I'm ready to commented Dr. Hurlburt. "This is'a chance to plan programs and develop an educational milieu within the hospital." Her replacement is expected to be announced after Feb. 19. Susan Ford to be queen WINCHESTER, Va. (AP) the second daughter of a Susan Ford, 17-year-old United States president to daughter of President Gerald preside over the annual lesti- Ford, will be queen of the val: in 1964, Luci Johnson, Shenandoah Apple Blossom younger daughter of former festival" May 2-4. She will be president Lyndon Johnson, was queen. LONGEST RIVER The longest river in the world is the Nile in Africa. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES BLACKOUT (Played Until Won) LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upttain), HAVE YOUR CARPETS AND FURNITURE CLEANED FLOWER-FRESH BY PROFESSIONALS Vatarant Club -unit 34 PUBLIC BINGO EVERY TUESDAY It 8P.M. NEW ANAF HALL MMIBM and InvHtd Oman In MM Clubrowm JACKPOT Consolallon Jackpot tfO 16 Games All Brngos Doubled on Green Card. No Children under 16 years of age. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT Friday and Saturday, February 14 and 15 "BRIDGETOWN TRIO" for Members and their Invited Guests onlyi Dunxlean Honored by the Parents' Guaranteed Seal, the Duraclean Foam-Absorption Process gets the dirt out that the other methods leave in! Call ut lot Free Quotation DUMUEAN HIM 4 UPHOSTERY CLEANERS WILSON DONALDIOM 1404-11 Aw. t. Phono 38I-5IM, 3M-7MS takes the soil OUT! Safest for fabrics and fibers. Watch colors iind lexlurcs spring back (o life. It's all done in your home ready for guesls the same day. Greyhound See everything you want to see close up! In friendly luxury. Greyhound's air-conditioned, rest- room-equipped Scenicruisers (and safety-proven drivers) can show you what enjoyment is all about. DISNEYLAND and CALIFORNIA DELUXE ESCORTED TOUR from MEDICINE HAT LETHBRIDGE IBBaiitlfulDiys 2 Trips Mired 20 ind April 16 Twin Skiriaj What a way to go! From Medicine Hat with pick-up in Lethbridge to Disneyland and California. Spring from our nippy March air into sun-filled, fun-filled days and intriguing nights. See famous places. Do exciting things. Try your luck at the (gambling) casinos in Las Vegas. Visit San Diego County, the historic birthplace of California. Take a shopping tour to Tijuana, Mexico make a stop at Capistrano where the swallows return every March. Spend a full day at Disneyland and the next day tour Hollywood and Universal Studios. Travel the famous ocean drive and stay overnight in Carmel. Then head north for a deluxe sight-seeing tour of exciting San Francisco. After seeing the giant Redwoods travel over Grant's Pass to Portland for the night.-Your next day will bring you to Spokane for your last evening then it's homeward bound. Greyhound's fully escorted tour to Disneyland and California is waiting for you March 20 or April 16... with deluxe accommodation nightly. TOUR-IFICI For mort call your local Greyhound agent or travel agent or Greyhound Calgary, ;