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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE Ffilirun-V 14. 1V72 Country women celebrate i In MIIIIO I's InsiituUfi GoitTfisneul lacks interest TORONTO I 1 countries. arc shll Iraclung nulri- lion (o womi'ii. In nihers i (hey me showing townspeople where lheir milk eomcs from. Olive Farquhar.son, president of I heir international lion, Ihe Womr acfa lo help celebrate I In annii'iT.'-nry of Ihe in Sidney Creek. Out I bus seven million im-nibi a I rok -Mr, ML i-.tri'. in 'n.'n-.a MHO fif ;i I'.rn'.i in" rn" IlKlilc pl'i'M1 ihcy'rp iir dii nbnut ibis Hu'v'rf- .-ii'vd inin r [Ju'li Ihe .'nvi ,-inv in'r-rcsi )ji Mrs Siex-lp is a deol.nv eral Liljera funding. uh( i o nece arnund tin- world. Mi s. Karqiiharson "The wbnl we're doing vav i counlry. In areas, in (ibaiift, lor i hey arc busy selling is siinicibinu luir-s in do what il was lo do yoars ago. "In Mimland we ind if i nli pio I 1H 0 large mini] fejf ft in ffis- j play old garments. The forms 1 musl be made lo fit garments, not vice oHi cers lor d out Mrs. Helen Laycrafl. prnMn- cial president of the Victorian Order of Nurses, was in the eity recently for Ihe resul u meeting of the board n! man- agement of the Lethln'idce branch of VON. Mrs. Layrralt is also chairman of the Calgary branch's home care program, discussed the gram and the slvui'luvc of the VON on the national, provincial and local levels ie Ladies Auxiliary Unit j v i c e-presirlml. Anne Slater, fifl li> the Army. and secretary, Bcrnice Force Club recently licld i treasurer. Kay fiownlrec, .sei1- election of officers, with gcanL-al-a r m s. and Jolayne radc Eil-jen Marlin being Dickoul as standard bejri'r. rued as prcsidenl. E x c c u I i v p members arc bei officers elected were: comrades Jan Lulz. Efhe Mc- iv KoSniran first vice-1 Aulcy, Dorccn Witwicki, and Joan Arclis, second Dolly Bcrghind. Comrade Ki- Icen Burnham remained as past president. During the past year. Hie LA lo AN AT has made donations lo several organizations includ- ing Colonel Belcher Hospital, Cup of Fund. Cancer Sn- ciety and the Auxiliary Hospi- tal." It has also donated new linen lo the club dining room, drapes lo the canteen, and 75 palicnl-s. bulh in hospital and at home were visiied bv the memburs. To Mackusey from Andras OTTAWA '40 a l.ajiii'lles rlinner -vdl fiii- MIUSI iviri. IK: I'.cld althe Ilolel al in 111 per crui I r- n p m. on Tuesday. Wives of stale iK-nefi'. and pic-' Lions are ATTEND THE ALL NEW ft r ufcAK- COR 5lh AVE. nntl 6lh ST. S. IN THE CLUBRQOMS TUESDAY, FEB. 15th 8 fmi 12 Gnmcs First Card Others 25c oach lr.t No Jnckpol (increciso-; Weekly) 2nd No. Jcickpol (increases 55 weekly) Extra 5 Games Cards 25c en. or 5 For SI.00 Blackout 5100 in 54 Munition All regular grimes pay doulile if in 7 nos. or loss MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS UKRAINIAN GREEK-ORTHODOX CHURCH BASEMENT Cor. 13th Slrccl and 7lh Avenue N. PUBLIC BINGO EVERY TUESDAY p.m. DOOR PRIZE FREE CARDS FREE GAMES BINGO CARDS 25c EACH 5 CARDS St.00 BLACKOUT IH 53 NUMHEBS OR IESS Uuckpol Increaw 5.5 WncUy) tl'j JACKPOT in 7 Numlinri "r Itlrnr numbers Or Irss "nrti LEE DUCK CLEANERS SPECIAL DRY CLEANING OFFER SPRING and SUMMER COATS SWEATERS (LIGHT AND MEDIUM WEIGHT) LEE DUCK CLEANERS J30 )3lh St. N. Plionff 327-2770 The communications explosion occurs when a building csn no longer I-.RGP Dace with its tenants' growth When now or expanding communications systems outstrip a building's ability lo accommodate the necessary wiring and equipment needs That's when problems begin Serious problems, for everyone concerned. You can prevent them now belori; your next building geis underway. Just by planning ahead And oiu people will help you Plan now lor the complex communications laciblies which make a modern building an elbcienl olnce lo work or live If these plan1, arc before llv- blueprints are hnished nn one will have lo makn ovpnnsivc allerations lalfii' O adrl unsightly winnn Or worse, be lorcecl lo do wilhou! badly- noeded communications systems. The symptoms ot the communications explosion. For help in planning ahead, i-all AGT's Building Industry Consulting Service. They II help you plan so Ihni a communications explosion rloesn'l catch you oil guard And their lime and soivices an': hee Call i.olUT.I' in Edmonton in Cakiaiy L'G1-3311. BUILDING INDUSTRY CONSULTING SERVICE ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES ;