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Lethbridge Herald {Newspaper} - 1974-01-12,Lethbridge, Alberta By Barnes “Finish what you're doing — it'll give me a chance to hold onto my poycheck on extra half hour." Learn to quit smokings tune into Sleep Radio LOS ANGELES (AP) - It’s easy enough to stop smoking when you’re asleep. But can you learn while you’re sleeping to quit when you’re awake? Four Califomia radio stations ^re giving their listeners a chance to find out. 'Tune in tiefore you go to sleep and expose your subconscious to an anti-smoking message every 15 minutes, they say. In between you’ll be soothed with soft, relaxing music. ' Hie messages have been approved by the California Heart Association and are designed to reinforce an individual’s decision to quit with brief reminders aoout the INSURANCE •    LIABILITY •    BONDS •    AUTO •    RRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. estftbiisned I9it L«imr Flm fit 4tti An.«. nwm AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY Authorized Dealership For Leading Advertising Specialty Company Headquarters to be Lethbridge TERRITORY—SOUTHERN ALBERTA „ arid EAST KOOTENAYS TO CRESTON Excellent Ftemuneraiion Based on Straight Commission Payments Qoo<j Présentable Sal«» Volume Reply Box 6 Laihbridg* H«r«ld — Tear tills out — so you won't forgotl -— IMPROVE YOUR ABILITY TO THINK, REASON AND DISCUSS — LOGICALLY Join • frMwheeiing roundtabl* diteueeien group on "ECONOMICS & SOCIAL PHILOSOPHY” A fascinating enquiry into modern problems, this Low Cost series (proven by the experience ot over 100,000 graduates) being oflered by the School of Economies Science of Alberta (a non-pro(H. non-political education institute} m co-operation with the YMCA How long i8 it since you stretched your MIND with a new idea All sessions are freewheeling roundtable discussions with the instructor making sure that all topics are covered Far from being dull, you will find these lively flive and take sessions brisk and instructive You will learn how to test the statements of 'experts" against your own common sense The "group dynamics" approach nécessitâtes that classes be limited m size MAXIMUM IS, MINIMUM 8 This ensures luii pariiclpaiion and maximum personal benefit Vou will find yourself admitabiy equipped at the end cl 14 sessions, whether your knowledge is used for private gam, public good or simple personal triumph in debate Bnng a SHARP pencil and an open mind No lectures no exams Be prepared to think, if you want to shoot down a few "sacred cows" we'll provide the arrows We guarantee only to teach you how to think clearly, reason intelligently and discuss logically REGISTER MONDAY EVENING JAN. 14 AT 7:30 CLASSES HELD IN THE GOLD ROOM AT THE Y.W.C.A. S1S 9 St. S. AND RUN EVERY MONDAY FOR 14 WEEKS AT THE SAME LOCATION The discussion begins with a complete study of basic economics and advance through into an examination of trade Complete 14 week course including ail texl books and class malenais $2S Mamed couples $35By HERB SURPLIS I suggested in a column some time ago that many Canadians were mnocenl of economics Well, you needn't be an economic innocent I was happy to learn the School o' Economic Science is operating here, and will start classes next week These classes are widespread, operating over most of the Free World They are non-profit, non-poiliical and non-Mclarlan Members of the Canadian Association lor Adult Education and the National Home Study Council I suggest this course is worth looking intoRECOMMENDED A study recommended by Sir Winston Churchill, Albert Einstein. Senator Arthur W Ooebuck, Harry Golden Clarence Darrow, John [Jewer? two Tolstoy, Perry Prentice (Vice President, Time Inc) B*ynWO#' M6i*y (Con Editor, f^ewsweek», Frankhn D Roosevelt, Cecil Bo dWMiii«; AKJous Huxley General Eisenhower, Oeorge Bernard Shaw, HMt».*r*mlieifl Helen Keller. John Kleran, Judge f n Fuehs, Professor M (3 Brown. Roy A Foufke (Vice-Pres Dun and Bradstreet), Dorothy Thonnpfton, And mAny oth«rs ■L.r..KR"C!^!Vrcs(.0 -The HrraU Family Calendar benefits he or sbe wilt reap. A sampling: “Save yourself some money. A pack a day costs 40 cents. That’s flSO a year: a ; jretty high ticket for burnt offerings.” “Did you know that you can often ^et reduced life and automobile insurance-premium rates when you do not smoke? It’s true, because nonsmokers are better insurance risks. What a great Idea!” Or: “Kissing a smoker is a little like making love to an ash tray." Jim Holston, director of operations for PSA Broadcasting Inc., which owns the four stations, wrote and recorded the 30-odd anti-smt^ing messages. He hopes they will have more effect on listeners than they have bad on him. He still smokes. WARNS ABOUT SHOES LONDON (Reuter) ~ Schoolgirls who wear platform shoes have been warned they might experience ' problems later in life, particularly if they want to have chiUren. Chiropodist Michael Abbott said the shoes can alter the tilt of a girl's pelvis. Faith Rebdcah Lodge wii) -meet at 8 p.m. Monday in the lOOF Hall. Mrs. Ernie Myers, DDP, will install the new oi-ficers. All Rebekahs welcome. ■ * • The Lethbridge Handicraft Guild will hold its monthly meeting at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Bowman Arts Centre. • • * The Ladies' Auxiliai? to the Royal Canadian Legion is holding a supper meeting at 6 p.m. Monday in Memorial Hall. ♦ * « Disabled on the Move will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Assumption Church Hall, 2403 12 Ave. S. Discussion will include accessibility and tran> sportation. For assistance with transportation to the meeting call Gerald Trechka at 3ZM1911 or Frank Merkl at 32&0429. * * * The annual luncheon meeting of the Lethbridge Auxiliary to Shrine Hospitals for Crippled Children will be held at 12; 30 p.m. Tuesday at Sven Ericksen’s Family Restaurant. All shriners’ wives welcome. , * • • The Lethbridge Christian Women’s Club will hold a non-denominational luncheon at 1:15 p.m. Monday at Sven Ericksen’s Family Restaurant. The special wiU be Fun on the Slopes, presented by Dieter’s Ski and sports. Betty Giesbrecht will be soloist and speaker wUl be Julianne Siemens. For reservations, call 327-3251 or 3278033. Nursery service available. * * * Ladies of the Lethbridge Lodge No. 32, Order of the Royal Purple, will meet at 8 p.m. Monday in the Elks Hall. A social will follow. mm* Southminster square dancers learners ^Up will dance at 8 p.m. Monday in Southminster Hall. Women are asked to bring a box lunch. .-The Women's Auxiliary to the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital and Galt School of Nursing will hold its annual meeting at 6 p.m. Wednesday in the form of a dinner at Sven Ericksen’s Family Restaurant, Installation of officers will be held. m * m llie Major Burnett Past Noble Grands Club will meet at 1 p.m. Tuesday in the lOOF Hall. A potluck luncheon will follow. Visiting past noble grands welcome.    , « • • The Whirl-A-Ways will square and round dance a* 8 p.m. Monday in the Moose Hall, 3rd. Ave N. All square dancers welcome. Women are asked to bring a box lunch. « • * The literature department of the Mathesis Club will meet at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs. S. Perkins, 1305 17 Ave, S. Use No. 3 bus. The music and art department will meet Jan. 22. * * « The Oldman River Potters' Guitd is starting a series of wheel lessons for the public Monday at the Bowman Arts Centre. Vacanciesi are still available in the afternoon and evening classes. For further information call 327-5896. * • • The Oldman River Potters’ Guild is starting a series of wheel lessons for the public Monday at the Bowman Arts Centre. Vacancies are still available in the afternoon and evening classes. For further information call 327-5896. • * * The Lethbridge Women’s Institute will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the gas company auditorium. * ♦ * An important meeting of the Lethbridge Multiple Sc erosis Society will be held at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Auxiliary Hospital. The btest film on multiple sclerosis entitled Some Other Time will be shown. A light lunch will follow a report on the annual meeting held in Ottawa. Everyone welcome. * • • The '.Vomen of Moose No. 328 will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday. Hostesses for the evening will be Margaret Hewlett and Anne Gorda. in and out ilie Whoop-Up Saddle Club of Lethbridge recently hosted a meeting to initiate the formation of a Southern Alberta Equestlan Council. ' June Cameron of Lethbridge was elected chairman of the steering committee with members Lynn Reeder of Cardston, George Goodrich, Lethbridge, Don Hansen, Bow Island and John Loree, Claresholm. Fifteen clubs and groups r^resented were in complete agreement with the formation of such a council. AFLAST FORftSO A Wicks cartoon Goiiection. THE BEST OF WICKS has just been published and is available to the readers of this newspaper. 190 cartoons by one of the most widely read political cartoonists in the world. IT T^EAT JÈI9 eatkk mm t m fW/ surprised he looks like that with todaypric6s THE BEST OF WICKS Now a selection of the great minicartoonists work has been put together in book form. 190 of the best cartoons are now available to the readers of this paper for just SI.50. The ideal gift for those who appreciate wit and humor. I ■ I I I I I I I I ■ I II A« A II    THE BEST OF WICKS ! * mail TO- ^cUthhridgc Herald I Please send me...... 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