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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tucirloy. ITlvunry Vt. 1972 THE lETHBSIDGr HtSAlO 13 Blended education subject of meeting Rv .ll'im TUIilC "siaff Hrilrr Drug education, technical-vo- cational courses and the sched- ule from Grade 12 final examina- tions topped the list of subjects at the meeting of the Council of Home and School Associations last evening. Feature speaker. Ken Saner, principal of the LelhbridKc Col- legiate Institute, pressed for a realization among the residents of Lethbridgc and the .surround- ing area for a recognition of the i bridge and area." Mr. Saner empha.si7.orl the ad- vantages of a combined educa tion program which would pre- pare the student to enter univer- sity or to continue in a trained skill. Me said the LCI vocational facilities arc available to serve any school willing to u t i 1 i 7. e Ihcm. and "the training is for free, and all within driving dis- referring to outlying districts. Mr. Saner added the program facilities available In them at j of combined training skills and the technical vocational level I an academic work load would in high school. accommodate the development of a "fully rounded person, wilh j a skill and a diploma." On the subject of scheduled final examinations. Mr. Saucr l said the problem is to accom- modate several different school systems, with varying closing dates. He said it was running the system wilh "two sets of rules." At the present time, final es- j animations for Grade 12 stu- j dents have been set for June 12- i 19, but the school term ends on Atendance was good, at the Ilhjnc annual meeting of the Lelh- j Tnc aims and objectives of bridge and District Oldlimcrs' Red a druS education pro- Pemmican Club, held recently I grara funcled iwleral gov- in the club rooms. i ernment and initiated by Jamie Little and Tom Fillingham. were presented to the council in relation to their work with the GUIDES RECEIVE CORDS Karen Nirk, left, Marianne DeHeer and Susan Living- ston were honored at a banquet given for the 12th Lethbridge Company, which is captained by Mrs. Neil Holmes. Marianne received the Canada Cord, and all three girls received their all-round cords. "Technical vocational courses are offered here at the he said, "it is all there for the use of the city of Letli- elect new executive. Reports presented on club activities during the past year, and it noied that cle- spite severe weather condi- school system. cxplainsd the intention Ann Landers calendar oca lions no financial loss was sus- aincd the night of the annual j of the program is to work as a liaison between the "drug cul- ture" and social agencies avail- reunion. New officers elected were Mr. A. B. Hogg, honorary pres- ident and Mrs. L. H. McKcnzic, president, who both serve one-year turms. Elected for hvo-ycnr forms were Mrs. Bunny Scott. Mr. Jack Hunt and Mr. Harrysam Hubbard, directors. Also elected were Mrs. Hugh McCaughcrty, historian and Mr. Chas. Parry and Mr. Ear) Morris, auditors. Incumbent directors present- ly serving unexpired terms are Messrs. Dan McEwen, Strain and Carl Fraser. Geo. able for help. The program is intended to j become a student help-student project which will present fac- j tua) information on drugs and develop a trust between youth and agencies, said Mr. Little. Other council business dealt with the need for counsellors at the elementary level, and a sug- gestion by the Human Resources Research Council for an in- crease in the pre-school pro- gram in the province. It was noted Alberta had the poorest national record in this respect. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "Stupid scale I., .With all those numbers to choose from, you had to pick THAT HELP US TO HELP OTHERSI The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effecli CAU 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 1st AVE. 5. LEGION BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY AT 8 p.m. JACKPOT BLACKOUT IN 53 NUMBERS OR LESS (Increasing one number per week until won) Isl GAME JACKPOT Slh GAME (X) 10th GAME JACKPOT IN A3 NUMBERS MEMORIAL HALL PUBLIC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY LOUNGE Children under 16 no! allowed Sponiorcd by lodiej Auxiliary to Canadian legion Dear Ann Landers: Am I nuta? Jf you think so. come right out and tell me. Don't try to spare my feelings. About five weeks ago Lhe TV broke I called the re- pairman. He came that same day a handsome young fel- low about 10 years younger than myself. I visited with him while he worked on the set. It took about 2fl minutes. Then I offered him a cold beer. We sat at the kitchen table and talked. I must say I enjoyed his company. His visit cost J16. Well, two weeks later I got to thinking about that fellow again so I pulled out a few wires, twisted a couple of tubes and put the TV out of commission. He came over that same afternoon and we had another nice visit. The repair bill was 1 did the same thing yesterday, Ann. But this time they sent another man. He wasn't my type. I felt like a fool. I was also mad. He charged me and there wasn't a darned thing wrong with the set. Now when I think of what I've done 1 wonder if I'm cuckoo. What do you think? Brunhild Dear Brun: I think you've got a bat or two in the belfry, dearie. You must also be pretty rich to afford such high- priced company. What you really need is something to occupy your time. Get a bobby. -A- DEAR ANX LANDERS: I'm not asking for advice, I'm giv- ing some. Why should a woman take a husband back when he has made her appear inadequate, even undesirable, by cheat- ing? Why should a wife settle for what's left of a tired old man after he lias slept with other women for years, even in- troduced one as his bride and shared a pregnancy wil.h her When my old goat got fed up with running around he tried to break off with the Lady-of-lhe-Moment. She thought she'd get even by coming over here and giving me all the details of their love affair. When 1 told her she was boring me that I had heard it all before from at least four other women she was stocked. I don't know tow you can continue to hand out that "for- give and forget'' junk when a man acts like an alley cat for years. At the age of 40 1 threw the bum out and went lo work. Now I have some self-respect. Sly only regret is that I didn't do it IS years ago. Dumb Too Long DEAR D.T.L.: Your letter is so full of holes I don't know where to begin. First, a cheating husband does NOT make his wife appear inadequate or undesirable. He makes himself look that way. Second, a man who has slept around for years, introduced another woman as his bride and shared a preg- nancy with her, should have been given the deep-sis long ago. If you had written to me 15 years ago with the same story' you are telling me now, I would have advised you to throw the bum out. Dear Ann Landers: When I tell you my story you'll un- derstand why I have to write lo Ann Landers. Please say something to put my mind at case. I'm miserable. Five months ago I shoplifted a dress that was on sale [or MO. 1 can't believe 1 did it. I must have been out of my mind to take such a chance with my reputation. No, I didn't get caught but I haven't had a good night's sleep since. I hate myself for being so weak and sneaky. I want to make amends but I'm afraid if I go back to the store and confess. I might get into trouble. 1 wore the dress twice and then hated it so I gave it to a friend who admired it on me. Please tell me what to do. I have paid for that darned dress ICO limes over in suffering. I need your help. Old Enough to Know Better Dear Old Enough: Go to a hank and ask that a cashier's cheque be made out in the amount of S4.1. Usqucst that your name not appear on the cheque. Send it lo the store and f.t- tach a note saying. "This is to pay for the merchandise 1 sevt-ial months ago, phis interest. I'm fairy I did it Slid have learned my lesson. Thank you." You'll feel better the moment the cheque goes in the mailbox. Oldman River Potters' Guild will hold a workshop to be conducted by Elaine Harrison on Wednesday at p.m. in the Bowman Art Centre. Fort Macleod square dancers will hold the regular dance on Wednesday at p.m. in the elementary school. Round dance practice at 8 p.m. Wo- men are asked to please bring a box lunch. Everyone wel- come. The Lethbrirjge Women's In- stitute will hold a serving lea at the home of Mrs. C. Wilson on Wednesday at p.m. Tea hostesses will he Mrs. M. Laqua and Mrs. C. Wilson. Friendship Lodge No. 729 will hold the regular meeting on Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the IOOF hall. Usual lunch. McKillop UCW uniu will meet as follows; Carefoot unit, Monday, Slarch C at 8 p.m. with Mrs. j Sue Rains, 2102 13 Ave. S.: Madill unit, Tuesday, March 7 at 2 p.m. with Mrs. Betty Forry. 627 19 St. S; Skolrood unit, T u e s day. March 7 at p.m. with Mrs. 11. Skolrood, 1036 19 St. S: Castles unit, Wednesday, i March 1 at 9 a.m. with Mrs. i I. Gowans, .3510 Lakewood Rd; i Thornton unit. Wednesday, March 1 at 2 p.m. with Mrs, j Viola Mensinger. A421 28 St. S; j Myers unit, Thursday, March j 2 at 8 p.m. with Mrs. Nel Parsons, 2321 20 Ave. S. THE HOUSE OF BEAUTY Takes pleasure in announcing tliat we now have on our staff MISS YVONNE AK1LSON AND MR. HIM. KOBIiNSOIN For the style of your life! Phone 328-4141 College Shopping Mall LETHBRIDGE FISH n S WEDNESDAY AT 8 P.M. IN THE EAGLES HALL 13lh St. N. JACKPOT 54 NUMBERS-FREE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS (4th, 8th ond IN 7 NUMBERS NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 To Provide Better Service Telephone Number Has Been Changed To: 328-8885 Owned by Canadians Effectivo March 1, 1972 West still pretty wild i in Denver DENVER. Colo. (AP) In j the still sometimes Wild West, a I pretty, young brunette rides herd in the Colorado Capitol on j the news even an occasional horse. Just how wild it can be. 24- year-old Deanna Austin found j out on her second day as the j country's only female press scc- i retary to a governor. j Someone with the National j Western Stock Show called to ask if a rodeo performer and lii.s housebroken horse could i ride into Governor John Love's j office fur a proclamation sign- i ing. ''I thought, it was something ordinarily she recalled, i "so 1 agreed." After tiie hor.se had clopped in and out to Die joy of pliotogra- phors, the governor asked, "Who let thfit horse in I "f admitted I bad." she said. i ''and I thmight for a second 1 I would be the only two-day press i secretary in history." i That episode1 was a year flpo, i however, and the petJt'e former j newspaper ivoinan and fashion I model has settled into her .jot) as middle nun to acclaim of governor and Uie news media. "At first." she said, "there was n question in a lol of peo- minds how seriously to tnke me and whether I hud nny authority or responsibilily. there is a better understanding of my fund ion ns press sectrc- Inrv." PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 7 JACKPOTS IETHBRIDGE ElKS LODGE ROOM (Upllnin) EVERY THURS-8 p.m. SUPER SAVINGS EVERYDAY AT THRIFTWAY NIVEA SKIN CREAM 4.1-oz. Sugg. List Special TOILET TISSUE Wondersoft 4's Special ROYALE TOWELS 2'j Special ROYALE FLUSHABYES Newborn 30'i. Sugg. List Special..... Medi-jm 30'i Si'yg. List special....... Toddlers 30s. Sugg. List Special .49 .69 .89 F.D.S. (4.25 oz.) Sugg. List Special KLEENEX TOWEIS 2'j Speciol KLEENEX CANADIANAS 200's for NEW FROM CLAIROL "LONG AND SILKY" Conditioning for long hair 4-01. ReB. tdj I 8-01. Reg. Special I" I Special NEO CITRAN (Cold Sugg. List Special..... TIDE DETERGENT 5-lb. king size box. Special Similac Baby Formula F.B9 By the case WOODBURY'S SHAMPOO 15-oz. Sugg. List Special CREST Family Toothpaste Mini and regular. Family size reg. Special BAYER ASPIRIN Special Cepaco! Mouth Wash and Gorglc "For Sweeter Breath" Sugg. List Speciol Patient Aids We have a large supply of pniien! aids including: conrs, walkers, crutches, wheel chnirs, cervical col- lars, etc. Wo rent wheel chairs and crutches. I.D.A. VAPORIZERS Reg. Special .39 SMILES 'N CHUCKLES Mint Patties Reg. 55c. Special Wilkinson Bonded Razor (With 5 Rrtzor Blodes) Reg. Special CLAiROL (Hair Spray) 10-oi. Reg. 99c. Special MISS CLAIROl (Shampoo In Hair Color) rf! KQ Sugg List Special Wilkinson Razor B'cdes S's. Reg. 75c Special NOXZEMA SKIN CREAM ,29 Two 4-O7. jors Tfj. Special CLOSE-UP TOOTHPASTE Family siic. Reg. SI.29 Super Savings Everyday a! Oprn Daily 9 o.m. to 9 p.m. Oprn and 1 p.m. !o 4 p.m. nnH "YOUR I.D.A. AND REXAU DRUG STORE" 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. 702 13th Sired North Phono 377-03-10 J ft I'il SUPER SAVINGS EVERYDAY AT THRIFTWAY ;