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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Moiwliy, January 17, THE IfTHIKIDOE HIRALB IS MISS HOPE 1972 Helen Gullocher, a student nurse at Foothills Hospital in Calgary, was chosen Miss Hope of 1972 by the Alberta branch of the Canadian Cancer Society. Miss Gullacher, who received a check for from the society, becomes the symbol of hope to cancer patients for the coming year. Miss Hope chosen Sunday Calgary girl wins title By MAUREEN JAMIESON Staff Writer Three nameless young nurses, each with a number pinned to her uniform, express- ed their belief that cancer can be beaten. Numbers replaced, names in PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS-E p.m. order to keep the judges in ig- norance of the girls' identities during the Canadian Cancer Society's provincial MIES Hope Contest for 1972, which was held in Lethbridge on Sunday. When UK verdict was an- nounced, the winner was re- vealed as Helen Gullacher, a senior student nwse at Foot- hills Hospital, Calgary. Runners up, who tied for sec- nod place, were Jeanette Mc- Lean, a third-year student at the Gait School of Nursing in Lethbrirlge, and Bette Rose from the Royal Alexandra Hos- pital in Edmonton. Contestants were the winners of run-offs from 15 schools of nursing within the province. QUICK......... THRIFT......... BUIK.......... COIN-OPERATED DRY CLEANING 40' Minimum per order LEE DUCK DRY CLEANERS 330 13th ST. N. PHONE 328-5333 BY THE POUND They were Judged on theii knowledge of cancer, knowl- edge of the Canadian Cancer Society, nursing care of the cancer patient, and to a lesser extent on personality and ap- pearance. Judges of the contest were Margaret Sutherland, Joan Wat- erfteld, Walter Huckvale, Roy Montgomery and. Bill Skelton of Lethbridge. Miss Gullacber was present- ed with a bouquet of roses by Diane LeGrandeur, Miss Hope for 1971, and a check for by Tom Steele, executive direc- tor of the Alberta Division of the Canadian Cancer Society. Miss McLean and Miss Rose each received a check for 5100. According to John Go go, chairman of publicity, the con- test was designed to get young people involved in the society. The new Miss Hope becomes the symbol of hope to cancer patients for me coming year, and her duties will Include dis- cussing cancer education with young people in an attempt to interest them in the society's program. FINAL MARKDOWNS! Coot Ensembles Coots Street Pant Suhs 30 SUITS PRICE 3 FUR TRIMMED LEATHER OFF GIRDLES AND BRAS Reg. to 7.00 ASSORTMENT OF PURSES PRICE BALANCE Of SKI JACKETS PRICE COMPLETE STOCK OF DRESSES OFF SKIRTS AND BLOUSES PRICE SUCKS and BLAZERS Thursday rind Friday Til p.m. ITB YWCA news The YWCA ire off and running for another sea- son. All programs have start- ed up again and Una session there are a few additions to our regular classes. Ladies Keep Fit and Swim: Mondays Keep Pit 8-9 p.m., Swim 8-9 p.m. and 9-10 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays Keep Fit a.m. Swim a.m. Keep Fit art Volleyball: Gilbert Paterson Mondays 8-10 p.m., Senator Buchanan Tues- I a y s 6 X) p.m., Galbrsfth Thursdays 8-10 p.m., Hamilton Tuesdays p.m. Yoga: Tuesdays Bowman Art Centre a.m., Thurs- day Bowman Art Centre 3-0 p.m., Sunday Bowman Art Cen- tre 7-8 p.m. Tiny Tots Creative Dancing Thursdays at the Civic Centre p.m. Junior Gymnastics (Girl's B- 12 Hamilton Wednesdays p.m., Wilson Jr. Thursdays a.m., Ag- nes Davidson Saturdays 10-11 a.m. Synchronized Swimming Fritz Sick Pool Tuesdays 8 p.m.. Thursdays p.m. English: Northslde Library Wednesdays 2-4 p.m., Bowman Art Centre Tuesdays 8-10 p.m. Bridge YWCA Residence Wednesdays 24 p.m. Ladies Take-A-Break: Bow- man Art Centre Wednesdays 9- II a.m., Spanish Village Wed- nesdavs a.m., Adams Ice Centre Wednesdays 9-11 a.m. Blue Triangles: Westminster Tuesdays, p.m., Ag- nes Davidson Tuesdays, 7-8 p.m. Fleetwood Bawden Wednesdays 7-8 p.m., St. Basil's Wednes- days, 6-7 p.m., Lakeview Thurs- days, p.m., Senator Buchanan Thursdays, p.m., GsJbraith Thursdays, 7- 8 p.m. Y-Teens Girls 13-15 years Westminster School Wednes- days 7-8 p.m. lovo is... dancing to slow, misty music. PICK THEM SMOOTH You tan expect more prepa- ration and waste from carrols that are forked, gnarled or rough. A Calendar Of Local happenings The annual meeting of the Lethbridge and District Kennel Club will be held at- 7 p.m. Monday in Room 4, Civic Cen- tre. Coffee ard cookies will be served. f The Women's Auxiliary to the Lethbridge Municipal Hos- pital and Gait School of Nurs- ing will hold a pot-luck lunch- eon at p.m. on Wednes- day in the nurses' lounge. The regular and the annual meet- ings will follow, and a good at- tendance is requested. The next meeting of the Uni- versity Women's Club will be held at 8 p.m. Wednesday at Fort Whoop-Up Art Depart- ment, University of Leth- bridge, Bast Campus. Profes- sor H. A. Hicks will speak on abstract art, Bad a short ex- ecutive meeting will be held at p.m. The music and art depart- ment of Mathesis will meet at the home of Mrs. L. Walker, Apt. 1-C Westwmds, at a.m. on Tuesday. The 1972 organizational meet- ing of the Staff Nurses Associa- tion of the Lethbridge Munici- pal Hospital will be held at p.m. on Tuesday In Class- room 1 of the school of nursing. The regular meeting of Uie Women of the Moose will be held at 8 p.m. Tuesday in The Moose Hall, 1234 3rd Ave. N. Hostesses will be Evelyn Car- leton and Anne Walker. NEW DANISH QUEEN Princess Margrethe, 31. succeeded to the Danish throne on the death of her father. King Frederik IX. Queen Margrethe II is Denmark's first reigning queen in almost six centuries. She is shown. from left, on her 21st brthday; as a sergeant in the Danish Air Force's Women's Auxiliary Forces in 1966; and in a recent 1971 photo. First woman in six centuries for oldest throne in Europe By OLE DUUS COPENHAGEN (A P) Denmark's first reigning queen in six centuries is a humorous, modern young mother. She speaks five lan- guages, lectures with author- ity en archeology, is a gifted designer and knows about such things as labor relations and judo. At 31, Margrethe Alexan- drine Thorhildur Ingrid- called Daisy for Queen II. She suc- ceeds her father, who died Friday. She ascended the oldest throne in Europe as the sec- ond of King Frederik's daugh- ters to become a queen. Her younger sister, Anne-Marie, is the exiled queen of Greece. Since childhood, Margrethe, tall and. blonde, has been carefully prepared for leader- ship. The five million Danes ac- tually chose then- new queen in 1953, when a referendum changed the constitution to provide for female succession when it became clear that the king would have no son. The vote was one of confi- dence for the monarchy, since the absence of a male heir might have given the small republic group its chance. Instead, the Danes staked their future form of govern- ment on a bright and smiling schoolgirl of 13. MARRIED DIPLOMAT At the side of the new queen is her consort, Prince Henrik, 37, French-born diplomat she married in 1967. Their son, Prince Frederik, 3, is heir with Prince Joachim, 2, next in line. Margrethe was born April 16, week after Den- mark was invaded and occu- pied by Nazi Germany. She l.A. TO F.O.I. BINGO Monday, Jan. 17th JACKPOT NOS. "10 ALARM BINGO- SI Card Pay Dow Cards (Many Regular Cardt 35c 3 for llth St. and Aw. 'A' N. children wndtr H allnnd was five years old when the country was liberated. Her education included a Copenhagen's girls high school, English boarding school, philosophy and consti- tutional law at Copenhagen University, French and arts at the Sorbonne in Paris and economics and sociology at the London School of Econom- ics. She met her husband, French Count Henri de la Borde de Monpezat, in Lon- don. Constitutionally, Prince Henrik, as he now is known, has no function other than husband of the queen. As does Britain's Prince Philip, he sometimes gets into hot water for speaking his mind. But it is no secret Henrik the trousers at home. "Ever since I was a little girl I nave believed that even though I must officially take first' place, it would be possi- ble for me to take second place in Mar- grelhe said on the day of her engagement. STAY CRISP In a cool basement or garage, apples stay crisp and fresh for three to four months. BINGO RAINBOW HALL 140) Sth N TUESDAY, JANUARY 18th at 8 p.m. Pint Jackpot In 51 Mas., 2nd Jackpot in 55 Nos. Fm Cords-Cardl end Oamis, 111 per Card, 5 Cardi 51.00 3 FrM Garni! Door Prilo No Children Undlr 16 Tlais Sponsored By A.U.U.C. Association WOMEN NEEDED TO TRAIN FOR 0 Medical Receptionist Dental Receptionist Practical Nursing This Is a home study course which can be com- pleted in 16 weeks. High School Diploma not necessary to qualify. Training need not interfere with present employment. Out of town enquiries welcome. ESTABLISHED SINCE 19o3 WHITS GIVING PHONE NUMBER TO CAREER TRAINING LTD. NO. 3 113 16 AVENUE N.W., CALGARY, ALT A. "Registered under trre Alberla School Regulations Act" UKRAINIAN GREEK-ORTHODOX CHURCH BASEMENT Cor. 13th Street and 7th Avenin N. PUBLIC BINGO EVERY TUESDAY p.m. DOOR PRIZE HUE CARDS FREE GAMES DINGO CARDS 25c EACH S CARDS ILACKOUT IN 51 NUMBERS OR LESS (JocVpot IncTMMi Weekly) JACKPOT in 7 Numben or tus Three seven numbers or less Jackpot each Sorry No person under 16 yean of age allowed ATTEND THE ALL NEW A.N.A.F.-UNIT 34 BINGO COR. 5lh AVE. and 6th ST. S. IN THE CLUBROOMS TUESDAYJAN. 18th 8 p.m. Finl 12 Gamti Fint Card Olhen 25c each lit No. Jackpot (incrtafei weekly) ind No. Jatkpot (incrtam 5 weekly) Extra Cardi ?5t to. or S for ________llockout In SO Humbert All regular nanni pay deublt if won In 7 not, er Itii MEMBERS AND INVITED .QUESTS Eaton's Sewing Course For Beginners Commences February 7th Under the direction of a qualified Instructress, EaIon's offers a sewing course for (hose who wish to learn to lew. The course will start on Monday, February 7th, and will consist of eight 214 hour lessons (one lesson per Registration fee will be Lei- sons will include basic sewing instruction on items for the home and family end will introduce the beginner to sew with basic knil fabrics. Following are the timesi pleaie indicate the time you preferi Monday, February 7th 2 p.m. to p.m. Tuesday, February Sth 2 p.m. to p.m. Wednesday, February 9th 2 p.m. to p.m. Thursday, February 10th p.m to 9 p.m. REGISTRATION FORM Address Telephone Number Pleaie tend fht registration form, along with the regii- tratlon fee, to the penonnel office, Ealon'i, Lethbridge and arrangement! will be made for your enrolment. Regittration Forms Alto Available In Fabric, Lower floor EATON'S ;