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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THi liTHMIDei HIKAID Saturday, febnnry M, For The Record By MARILYN ANDERSON Herald Family Editor HPHE guys down under had never heard such a fish story. The sharks, the turtles, some fish at the aquarium on a north Sydney beach watched as the biggest fish of them all was reeled in. The occasion was the wedding of Denis Robinson and Raina Green. Denis is a skindiver and perhaps for him it was a natural place to be wed. The clergyman didn't concur, however and was left high and dry at the side of the aquarium con- ducting the ceremony by intercom. Although the couple's friends think they're all wet, they ventured today down about 18 feet in the aquarium's murky surface to exchange buoys, ah, rings. There's something romantic about being flown to the top of a mountain- to be wed, as one U.S. couple were this winter. But even with a private ceremony (disregarding the fishy stares) the couple's palms were damp as they recited their vows and attempted to keep both feet on the ground. The report of the wedding doesn't say whether the bride, whose eyes were wet after the ceremony, threw her aqualung to her bridesmaids instead of her bouquet. Nor does it specify to what the groom pinned his white plastic carnation. There is one puzzling note, however. Their wed- ding cake made out of fish. Can you imagine putting a piece of that under your pillow? Maybe a can of unopened sardines would suffice. Rumor has it that there could be a dearth of candidates for the next civic election. One thing to be a public servant, another to be a public slave In- terested persons in the affairs of city council need only to attend a few meetings. Trouble is, most people only go to the meeting when they have their own private axe to swing. If this is really the case, perhaps, everyone should have problems and go to see the people in charge. It's too easy to sit at home and complain about not being informed, when all you have to do is spend an evening finding out for yourself_______________ Women urged into society to solve problem areas an women were challenged lursday by Grace Maclnnis, Canada's only woman member Parliament, to take the val- ues of the home into their corn- unities. Revolution in nursing OTTAWA (CP) The avail- ability of new knowledge and technology in the health sci- ences has caused a revolution in Trim up Trimming up for summer? Try this. Exercise and mas- sage tone up flabby arm mus- cles, and the massage is dou- bly effective if performed with moistened coarse salt. Give the elbows a little extra massage with salt to remove the gray looking, dingy appearance that results from embedded grime. Works well on heels too! patterns of patient care, Bev- erly Du Gas today told a gath- ering of more than 300 nurses interested in research. Miss Du Gas, a nursing con- sultant with the federal health department, said the revolution affects not only nursing and medicine but all the allied disci- plines. A study she did in 1969 shrowed the problem of inform- ing nurses of new ideas and practices was serious. It was particularly acute with nurses employed in small hospitals where there was little contact with other hospitals and nurses. ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1818 Sth Avenue PANCAKE SUPPER TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23rd p.m. ADULTS 75c CHIIOMN 50c Everyone Welcome! BROWNIES FROM A BROWNIE Thurzo Rice, a Brownie from Mrs. R. G. Hall's 1st Brownie Pack sells her pan of Brownies to Mrs. William Laqua in preparation for Scout Guide Week which is to begin Sunday. City Brownies and Guides undertook the project to sell one pan of Brownies each to raise funds._________________________ Consumer Week March 1-6 MONTREAL (CP) Cana-, If women stepped beyond Itqtae -JtVl h fl f K "their front gates and bac.. they could solve the problems of pollution, overpopu- lation, ecology and poverty, the New Democratic Party member for Vanccuver-Kingsway told a and out of town The annual mess dinner of lie Lethbridge Officers' Mess be held Saturday evening n the Lethbridge armory at .enyon Field. The stag func- on is arranged by officers of the Independent Field Bat- erv RCA (M) commanded by Ua'jor M. G. Hamilton. The Women's Auxiliary to the Lethbridge Auxiliary Hospit a 1 will hold its annual Member- hip tea on Wednesday after- noon, in the lounge of the Aux- iliary Hospital from 2 to Mrs. William Hay is conven- ing the tea, and receiving the OTTAWA Consumer Week] in Canada, March 1-6, is to have an added emphasis this year, the national office of Con- sumers' Association of Canada (CAC) announced here. In ad- dition to its standard slogan, "Consumers the national organi- zation will offer leadership in rejection of non-returnable bev- erage containers which CAC considers a major land pollu- tant in the nation. In announcing the campaign, CAC president Jean M. Jones said that for the past few years the organization's emphasis during Consumer Week in Can- ada had concentrated upon con- sumer education and co-opera- tion with industry and govern- ments. This year, she con- tinued, "We hope to demon- strate the real power of organ- ized consumers across Canada by exerting purchasing pres- sure against non-returnable beverage containers." Provincial and local Consrnn- rs' Association branches are eing encouraged to create leir campaigns and tac- cs to draw public attention to IB solid waste problem and azards of non-returnable bev- rage containers. LOCATED JUST ACROSS FROM THE CPU DEPOT PHONE 327-2658 The CAC president, in calling tention to the Association's ngslanding requests for legis- tion to ban non-returnable verage containers, stated: We feel the banning of non- turnable glass containers My, would be an unfair coirr- etitive advantage to the manu- cturers of cans, resulting in e probable increase of anned beverage containers, without solving the basic prob- m." It was pointed out that CAC's bjection to non-returnable bev- rage containers included beer, jrine and spirits containers and ot only soft drinks. The Association's basic rec- ommendation is that legislation required for beverages to be old in standard returnable containers, with a significant ;post which will ensure their eturn. The Lethbridge branch of AC will be recognizing Con- umers Week with special pro- motion of activities. The branch will have CAC's conometers available as wel as brochures and magazines in it a display at ths College lall throughout the week, saic Mrs. Frank Hiscocks, local ests will be Mrs. T. Lush. [rs. H. G. Houlton, and Mrs. Moore. At the tea urns will be Mrs. P. Skelton, Mrs. Frank Rus- 11, Mrs. M. Lshody, and Miss oily Coupland. The serviteurs under the di- ction of Mrs. W. A. S. John- one, will be Mesdames A. alsh. Colin Darcel, H. J. El- s J. Clements, J. W. Max- ell N. 0. GUlespie, N. Mao- Jonald, D. Melvin, F. J. Par- ott, G. Scott. D. J. Schindeler Burch, H. Belleveau, V 'hittaker, A. Linn, and Miss Parry. Mrs. A. L. Hovan, Mrs. E Jones, and Mrs. N. E. Klop- lenborg will replenish the ta les. Mrs Gordon Miller, Mrs. J S. Beierle, Mrs. A. Perkins nd Mrs. S. Magwood will loo fter the patient tea room. Mrs. Gordon Miller is ii harge of decorations, and th titchen is being convened b Mrs. A. L. Hacker. de Jourdan's pho TO CONVENE BALL Lillian Carrico has bee named convener of the Leth bridge Symphony Women' League annual Symphon Ball, to be held April 3 a Ericksen's Family Restau rant. This year the ball is ir honor of the Lethbridge Sym phony Orchestra which now celebrating its 10th anni versary in the city. Assistin Miss Carrico with arrant ments will be Mrs. Mary Vazari, league president, Dancing is from 9 to 1 with music by the Mint Juleps. Learn Hairdresslng MARVEL BEAUTY SCHOOL REDUCED RATES TERMS WRITE FOR FREE INFORMATION OVER METROP01ITAN STORE 326A 8lh Ave. W., Colgary UNICEF meeting set for Tuesday An informal gathering of pe sons interested in UNICEF wi w held Tuesday in Southmin ier lounge at p.m. Mrs. Pauline Evers, TJNICE director, Calgary will be in a tendance. It is expected th Mayor A. C. Anderson will present to receive a present tion on behalf of the city. All persons interested in tending the meeting are w come to attend. cGil'i University audience. She said women must imme- atcly enter public life which e defined as "not. as elected fice, but the affairs of the mmunity." Greater female representation Commons "will not make a iffererice to Canadian life if the omen who enter have the me ideas as the present llection of she said. She called on middle-income omen to take the initiative, it cautioned: "Unless the atti- des of women change, corn- unity life will suffer and the uinan race, as we know it, will ot survive." GRACE MacINNES F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT EAGLES HALL 6th Ave. A qnd 13th St. N. Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. 5 Cards far 1.00 or 25 e Each Twolvt 7 Number Gomel JACKPOT Free Gamei ond Cardi DOOR PRIZE Children undor 16 no! Call us for your cViild ren's portraits. ALISON JANE 15 montnl Daughter of MR AND MRS. B. D. RUTHERFORD BEADED ELEGANCE was the fashion motif shara by Princess Sophie of Spain and Mrs. Richard Nixon at a White House dinner dunns the U.S. visit of the princes, and her husband, Prac .tan Carlos, future Spanish king. Poor guide CALGARY (CP) The prov- ince should provide more re- source material for Allwrta kindergarten teachers, Sheila Campbell of Edmonton said here. Mrs. Campbell, head of the Early Childhood Education sec- lion of the proposed Grant MacEwan Community College in Edmonton, sr.k' in an inter- view that Alberta's kindergar- ten curriculum guide is poor when compared with other pov- inocs. Manitoba has a particularly good guide, she said, while On- tarii distributes leaflets to teachers. Alberta has no siml Lar system. LOVE AFFAIRS ARRANGED ..ill fall instont perb styling, ml touch, fully variobl offering o multitu (feels to the keyboards. Cor. 3rd Ave. and 13th St. S. Phone 327-1056 HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CALL 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 AVE. S. Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements In The Lethbridge Herald All wedding reports, marriage and engagement announcements will now be published on a spe- cial page in The Herald's Saturday edition each week Special requests for publication on other .pecific days of the week will be given every consideration- Wedding Reports, with or without picture, will now be accepted in the following forms: Standard Wedding Report- Using the information you provide on The Herald's standard wedding report form, (available at The REPORT ONLY REPORT WITH TWO COLUMN PICTURE Extended Wedding Report- If you wish information published which would be additional to that provided on The Herald's stand- ard report form, this will be accepted, and the entire report will then be charged at 20c per count line Charge for a two column picture with this write-up would be DEADLINE FOR SATURDAY PUBflCATION WILL BE 4 P.M. WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE Phone 328-4411 Family Editor The Lethkidge Herald ;