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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, January 8, 1971 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - IS dalenlar local kappminflS Sauthminster Circle Square dance club will bold its regular square dance Saturday night ait 8:30 p.m. in Southminster hall. All square dancers welcome. Women please asked to bring a box lunch.    Hie Lethbridge Old Time Dance Club will dance Saturday at 8:30 p.m. in the As-Mimption School, 24 St. 14 Ave. S. with the live music of the Westerners. Everyone welcome. Faith Rebekah will meet Monday at 8 p.m. In the IOOF hall. 1971 officers will be elected. Members are asked to bring clean cotton rags. Visiting Rebekahs welcome. * �. * Regular meeting of the Vasa Lodge No. 579 will be held Sunday at 7:30 p.m. in the Scandinavian hall. Hostesses are Nellie Berry, Grace Carlson, Gerry Larson, Dollie Mc-Rae, Florence Olafson and Violet Swanson. LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Campus Comer By FRED UWAZNY Lethbridge Community College A COMPLETE mass of peo-ople, confused people searching for classrooms, professors and books, this first week of classes. First semester students (just entering college this week) all seem to be lost. No one seems to know where (hey are to be. Looking in the door of the bookstore, bystanders, would see nothing but bobbing heads, rumble of talking and the occasional screams from both guys and girls upon seeing prices quoted for texts. With all this going on I think (be student body will survive. During this hectic week I have interviewed a number of people. When asked about their feelings about the College: Di-anne Palmer from Secretarial Science said, she liked the College especially the people who are very helpful. The teachers are kind of helpful and the bus service is terrible. Marvin Fawler from Business Administration replies; "I like College it is pretty good. The students are all friendly and the teachers are not too bad, some of them you get are winners. What I don't like is the food, at times." Tom Wong Second semester Business Administration came back with, "The College as a whole is not too bad. With the system you're supposed to have a choice in courses but in reality you have no choice of courses at all." An instructor said, "The College is an right. The students are alright but should work harder. What the College needs are more student activities." The instructor complained about the cost of textbooks in I Iovq is.. the bookstore. Liz Hing, second year recreation student explained, "Thfs is an above average College and I love it. In any instutution you always have some students that don't care and then you have some who do. But then there are some who are half and half and those who try to do everything. "With the instructors I have, they're not like high school teachers who say the book is right, they let the students think for themselves and welcome arguments and disputes. What I don't like is that during the past two years I have been here, not once have I seen the complete student body in any one place at the same time." During the holiday season the college hosted a New Year's dance featuring "Cbey e n n e Winter". All the students who attended seemed to have great fun. There are also coming events, on Jan. 8 "Done on Bradstreet" and "Country Pie" are playing. On Jan. 31, all persons should watch for "Folk-stone". There are small amounts of activities, tins first week of classes, which include intramu-rals: boys basketball and girls' table tennis. But as the semester progresses more sports and club activities will arise such as the renown Chinook Winter Carnival, College and University Western Days, the Mardl Gras plus the Horseman Club's Hayrides. (The views voiced in the above colamn do not necessarily concar with either those of The Herald er Leister's, but are a reflection of the student opinion.) ... taking the wheel when he's tired, CasiHiM mt LOS AMfUB tuus Miss World '67 weds DUBLIN (AP) - Reita Faria of India; the 1967 Miss World beauty queen, was married Tuesday to Dr. David Powell, an Irish physician. Miss Faria, 26, and a doctor in her own right, had met Powell, 27, here during her Miss World reign and later at London's Kings College Hospital. He was a house surgeon at the hospital and she a medical student. Today's woman more iull-iilled WASHINGTON (AP) - It takes more woman to fill a size 36-D bra than it did 30 years ago, and that's official. The U.S'. national bureau of standards reports that women's body measurements have grown since it published a standard 12 years ago based on a 1939 survey. The purpose of the new standard is to update the sizing of women's apparel. Based on data collected from the departments of agriculture and health, education and welfare, the U.S. Air Force and mail order houses, the comparative study of women's body measurements shows the size 12 of yesterday, 34-25-36, is today's 35-26-37. "There's a general increase in bust, hips and waist," said a quality control manager of a large mail order house. "We find women are getting heavier. Some say it's because they're more sedentary. They sit more and their hips spread." TOP TWELVE 45 R.P.M. LEISTER'S MAIl ORDERSI Tick off the (elections you want and tend to at. You'll receive your records for only Si .00 each. Moose Add 15c Postage on Ordors $4 and under. [ 1 I U I 1 t J [ 1 [ I [ J 10. [ ] 11 [ I 12, MY SWEET LORD-Geo. Harrison KNOCK THREE TIMES-Dawn I THINK I LOVE YOU-Partrldge family �W,TNu