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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tucirloy. rrfcrunrv 71. 197? THE HtSAlO J3 Blended education subject of meeting Ry .inn: -mile Slalf Hriirr Drug education, technical-vo- cational courses and Ihp schcd. ulc from Grade 12 final oxamimi- tions lopped the lisl of subjects al the mccliiip of ilio Council Home and Scliool Associations last evening. Feature speaker. Ken Saner, principal of flic Lclhbridce Col- legiate Institute, pressed for a realization tho rosirlc-nl.-; of LethbridEc and Ihp .snrrfiund- hiR area for a iTeopiilion of Hie facilities available In Dirai al the technical vocational level in liiRli schuol. "Technical vocational courses are offered here al the he said, "it is all there for the use of the city of Lelli- PemmicaiiK elect new executive ALendancc was Rood, at the annual meeting (fie Ltlh- bridge and Dislricl Oldlimcrs' Pemmican Club, lii'ld recently in the club moms. Reports presented on club activities during Hie past year, and it was nolctl that de- spite severe wcalber condi- tions, no financial loss was MIS- I .lined the night of Ibe annual reunion. New officers elctied were Mr. A. B, Hong, honorary pres- ident and Mrs. L. H. McKcnzic, president, v-'ill bofli .serve one year LLTUIS. Elected for Iv.oyciir lerms were Mrs. Bunny Scol I. Mr. Jack Hunt and Mr. Harrysam Hubbard, directors. Also elected were Mrs. Hugh McCaughcrly. historian and Mr. Chas. Parry and Mr. Earl Morris, auditors. Incumbent directors present- ly serving uncxpired terms arc Messrs. Dan McEwcn, Geo. Strain and Carl Frascr. i bridge and area." Mr. Saner emphasized the ad- vantages of a combined educa- tion program which would pre- pare Lhe student to enter univer- sity or to continue in a trained skill. He said the LCI vocational facilities are available to serve any school willing to u t i 1 i i. e them, and "the training is for free, and all within driving dis- I ance, referring to outlying districts. Mr. Saner added the program of combined training skiJls and fin aof-flemic work load would accommodate the development of a "fully rounded person, wilh a skill and a diploma." On Ihe subject of scheduled final examinations, Mr. Saner i said the problem is to accoin- j modalc several different school GUIDES RECEIVE CORDS Karen Nirk, left, Marianne DeHeer and Susan Living- slop were honored at a banquet given for ihe 12lh telhbridge Company, which ii caplainen1 by Mrs. Neil Holmes. Marianne received (he Canada Cord, and off three girls received iheir all-round cords. systems, vaiying closing j dates. He said it was running tiic system with sels of I rules." i At the present time, final rs- I animations for Grade 12 stu- i dents have been set for June 12- i 19, but the school term ends on June 7. The aims and objectives of Red Eye, a drug education pro- gram funded by the federal gov- ernment and initiated by Jamie Little and Tom Fillingham. were presented to the council in relation lo their work with the school system. It was cxplaiii3d the intention of program is lo work as a liaison between the "drug cul- ture" and social agencies avail- able for help. The program Is intended to become a student iielp-sfudent project which will present Jac- j tual information on drugs and develop a trust between youth and agencies, said Mr. Little. Other council business dealt wilh the need for counsellors nt tlie elementary level, and a sug- gestion by Ihe 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. Ann Landers catenae 1 oj- Local I kappcninal THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes i v- j_5gg V- .With all those number! to choose from, you had to pick THAT one 1" HELP US TO HEIP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Furniture, Toys, Household Effecli CAU 328 2860 FOR dCKUP S5RVICE OR LEAVE AT -112 Isl AVE. S. LEGION BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY AT 8 p.m. JACKPOT BLACKOUT IN 53 NUMBERS OR LESS {Increasing one number per week unli) won) Isl GAME 550 JACKPOT 5lh GAME 525 lOlh GAME 5500 JACKPOT IN 48 NUMBERS MEMORIAL HALL PUBLIC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY LOUNGE Children under 14 nol allowed Sponsored by Lndio; Auxiliary to Canadian Legion Dear Ann Landers: Am I nuts' Jf you think EO, come righl out and loll me. Don'L try lo spare my feelings. About five weeks Lhe TV broke dov.n. f called tlie re- pairman. He came that same day a liand.somc young fel- low about 10 years younger Lhan myself. 1 visited v.'ith him while lie worked on the set H Look about 20 minutes. Then 1 offered hull a cold beer. We sat at the kitchen table and talked, f must say 1 enjoyed his company. His visit cost Well, two weeks later I got to thinking about that fellow again so 1 pulled out a few wires, twisted a couple of tubes and put the TV out of commission. He came over Ulat same afternoon and we had another nice visit. The repair bill was 1 did Hie fame thing yesterday. Ann. But this time they sent anoiber man. He wasn't my type. 1 leit like a fool. J was also mad. He charged me 513 and there wasn't a darned thing wrong wilh the set. Now when 1 think of what I've done I wonder if I'm cuckoo. What do you think? Brunhild Dear Brun: I Iliink 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 reaDy need is something lo occupy your time. Gel a bobby. DEAR ANN 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 settle lor what's left of a tired old man after lie lias slept with other women for years, even in- troduced one as liis bride and shared a pregnancy her When my old goal gal fed up with running around he tried to break olf the Lady-ot-tlie-Moment. She thought she'd get even by coming over here and giving me all tlie detaits of their love affair. When 1 told her slie was boring me that J had lieard il aJl before from al least four oilier women she was shocked. I don't know liow you can continue to hand out thai "for- give and forget'1 junk when a man acts like an alley cat for years. Al the age of 10 I threw Uie bum out and vent lo work. Now 1 have some sell-rcspect. only regret is lhat I didn't do it 13 years ago. Dumb Too Long DEAR D.T.L. Your letter is so full ol holes I don't know where lo 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 (or years, introduced another woman as his bride and shared a preg- nancy with lier, should have been given the deep-six long ago. If you llnd written to me 15 years ago with the same slory you are telling me now, I would have advised you lo throw Uie bum oul. Oldman River Potters' Guild will hold a workshop (o he j I conducted by Elaine Harrison j on Wednesday al p.m. in the Bowman Art Centre. Forl Macleod square dancers j will hold the regular dance on i Wednesday at p.m. in the elementary school. Round dance practice at 8 p.m. Wo- men are asked to please bring I a box lunch. Everyone wcl- come. The Lcthbridge Women's In- i stilule will hold a serving tea j al the home of Mrs. C. Wilson i on Wednesday at p.m. Tea hostesses will he Mrs. ]M. Laqua and Mrs. C. Wilson. friendship Lodge No. 729 1 will hold the regular meeting I on Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the IOOF hall. Usual luneh. j McKillop UCW uniu nill j meet as follows; Carefoot unit, Monday, March (i at 8 p.m. with Mrs. Sue Rains, 2102 13 Ave. S.: Madill unit, Tuesday, March 7 at 2 p.m. wilh Mrs. Beltv Forry. 627 19 St. S; j Skolrood unit, T u c s day. I March 7 at p.m. with Mrs! 11. Skolrood, 1036 19 St. S; Castles unit, Wednesday, March 1 at 9 a.m. wilh Mrs. I. Gowans, 3310 Lakewood Rd; Thornton unit. Wednesday, March 1 at 2 p.m. with Mrs. Viola Mcnsinger. A421 28 St. S; I Myers unit, Thursday. March 2 at 8 p.m. with Mrs. Nel Parsons. 2321 20 Ave. S. West still pretty wild in Denver Dear Ann Landers: When I tell you my story you'll un- dersland why I have to lo Ann Landers. Please say somelhing lo put my mind al ease. I'm miserable. Five months ago I shoplifted a SCO dress that was on sale for WO. 1 can't believe 1 did il. I must have been out of my mind lo lake such a chance wilh my reputation. No, 1 didn't get caught bin I haven't had a good night's sleep since, f hale 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. 1 might get uilo trouble. 1 wore tlie dress twice, and then baled it so I gave il to a friend who admired it on me. Please tell me what to do. 1 have paid for that darned dress 100 limes over in suffering. I need your help. Old Enough to Know Boiler Dear Old Enough: Go to a bank and ask that a cashier's cheque be- made out in Ihe amount of M.I. Hcjqncsl your name not appear on the cheque. Send il to Ihe store and f.t- lach a note saying, "This is lo pay for the merctinndise 1 serial months ago, plus inlerrst. I'm sarry 1 did it and hate learned my lesson. Thank you." You'll feel LxMter the moment the cheque goes in Ihe mailbox. THE HOUSE OF BEAUTY Tokns pleasure in announcing thai we now have on our staff MISS AND AIK. IJIU, KOIilNSOIN For the style of your life! Phone 328-4141 College Shopping Mall LETHBRIDGE FISH Q B HLJ WEDNESDAY AT 8 P.M. IN THE EAGLES HALL 13lh SI. N. 5.105 JACKPOT 54 NUMBERS-FREE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS (llh, Blh ond IN 7 NUMBERS NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 To Provide Better Service Telephone Number Has Been Changed To: 328-8885 Owned by Cnnodiani Ellcclivn March 1, 1972 DKVYEn. Colo (AP) In the still sometimes Wild West, a pretty, younn brunette rides herd in (be Colorado Capitol on the news Family siin. Rfg. Si.29 Super Sewings Everyday rj) Oprn Dnilv 9 o m. to 9 p.m. Oprn Sunday1 and Holidny' Pm "YOUR I.D.A. AND REXAU DHUG STORE" 7 p.m. In 9 nm. 702 Ulli Slreel North Phono ,127.03-W J It I'll SUPER SAVINGS EVERYDAY AT THRIFTWAY ;