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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 'HE IETHSRIDCE HISALD Tniirtdav Joiuory 18. 1973 Just Jude By JUDE TURIC WEATHER off winter h Lind the sunshine deluding us into :'ovor. thoughts of animals come to mir.d. animals, cuie ar.il helpless, want sonie- LVO. :or them and make them happy. seem to ft ir.to the pic- v.-.re :h-.'v are usually the recipients oi a pet- r: how m-.nv of the pels end hurt ihro'-Uh icncrance on the oivn- o: shipped off to the pour.d because things i i veirk ou; people on the verje of taking a scared en home to a four-year-old think :r.e involved in caring for the anmis! prop- erly T-i-r.-- m.u-v working parer.is are v.-illinj to spend "he uxxi. shelter, and more impor- h'.i'lo.'_-g a groundwork relationship with that P.-- an enough. It and security as rr.uch as a hunian un'arit and responds equally to the type of treatment i: receives. a pe: means effort and canne and being enough to realize i; will cost you money, a-.-i cces get and does need arter.tion and can't i'.'e i: dropped off in the country Fef-re y-'j fir.d yourself in this position and '.he lv-.s dor.1; like L-.e pe; ar.d you can'; be person with a ii'ter give away tal-'e a initiative when i; comes to ev.es- ticr_-g '-lie prospective o'.irer. tr-o. Thts turn a lot of people off. It might rum ywir chances of a sale, t-u; it rms'ni make you feel mere at knowing the amrral is wasted. t: a situation often makes r. hard to re.O is involved, making i; easy ac- cept v.-ha: is. as is, without quesiionin; the quo Eu'. by add-ig a little new blood, and taking some tresr. unngs stan to look diitererit and ques- tions star, to pop up. 3 town of 40.000-cdd people, ho'.vcam there's r.- restaurant? it's a sad and much mistaken sssrj--nption that pecplr in our fair city don't stay up that'long: be- So icho needs the M'c r-v. c'.-ecdyi APQ wiJn rhs in fhe ere spreading 'Her Hencsrson is about to become cs'-ienr? piece fcr wirver-w-ecry jej-seMers from ail russ spots ir. Ccnada. In fad, word has even get around fhot the bcol airport is in for expansion. This Lethbridge brought her bikini, beech towel, baby cil and dark glasses oul c: mc.H- balls yesterday to soak up some of our famous sunshine just a few feet away from frozen waters of the lake. Bill Groenen, photo Education kev to advancement in Egypt JL By HENRY TA.WER New York Timps Service CAIRO The students vertec here re- BU-. the sight o.' batiLn; be- the students arid tvlce- ieit other Egyp'.iors large- ly L-dit'ferent. Corstracticr. OT.-- Family Living Golden Mile Open Monday through Friday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday 1 p.m. to i p.m. Nest Week: I Monday: 10 a.m., keep fit. 2 'p.m., old-time dancing. T 11 e s d a v.- 10 a.m., singing. p.m., cribbage tournament. Nolewonhv: Membership cards are now 1 available at the cenirc. Home helpers the centre has a list of members who would be willing to help in em- ereDrciea in pecp'e's heroes icr a few days at a time. Further miormanra may be obtained at lie centre. Handy helper maintenance repairs. A young man is willing io help pensioners and senior citizens in his spare time by do- ing minor repairs in and i around Uie home. No snow shovelling. A service charge of 50 cents will be made, and the Mos: of the students live students have long been ex-' But the meet frequen home. Many from peasant vil- trebly politicai shouted slogan or. ihe campuses pensioner will pay for mate- of the Nile delta and Nub- Ts oldest political demand ,ycav r0 insid- rials used. Phoi the centre at from Upper Egypt 1 UUULJLdl ueillailLI is thai the Government do "3S Decn a for or at 53S-3JJ6 alter it's a young town, pro'.iding entertainment i as i; may be1 ihat ofteri lasts til 2 a.m.. v.-ith peo pie developed powerful appetites by that time ether f'TOds besides the Oriental. P- v-e really roll up the streets at 9 pm." Tlie mag.c word sparked another se; of IICWCU.TJ: the first being howcurn there's only three theatres and can't another one be put to Eocd o: -'v lire in ihe'wor sec- eJna anything IP end Is- freedom of expression. 7 p all ;he rt C'.Q. .c-d sr.o wLu. tr-a: sre s. n their or :ro ci the Cairo area as if was Or.e passer-by b. 3 or tre of :he '.vss c-.-cr-lircrre-i. they are hsve to pici on Ooen enrolment and rapid :o in tr-f rf ill rzsjor iruvcrsllies but: the r-jm-her of cJ555TDom5. ccrntj-ories, laboratories a.id ether Ucilities has ETfvvTi niiich mere sicr.vly. ar.d ;he rimnber of professcrs is infidequsle. Ttis fail alone soEe 50, WO srjcerls poijred is to the universities. The ecroi-ser: is more than OT.OCO, Cairo University, en buses are 50 full territory. Bui the call for v.-ar :h.i; 'a roomers hang from has roen muted in rhJ5 year's doors Eixi windows, disorders compared wuh those holdins on to each other in such a year ago. The various stu-a v.-sy as to look somewhat der: croups are divided on ihe like bunches of erases. iss-je soir.o supponms Conipiamts 'trausporta- Anwar E1 the c of f.xxi served duv-c'-1-i" irr.iversity cai'ere-las, insiu- Some groirps hsve cal'.ed for leachunc and obsen'aDce o: Isiasiic over-all lack of space traoitioris. for greater reiicio'ii: arisen periodically, but devouon and purity ES exern-have beer, overshsdov, ed by piificd by Muammar Ei ryi'iiticai Qaadafi. the Libvan Dear ladies Please keep in mind that the GEMINI BEAUTY SALON (FORMERLY CHRIS') has several standing appointments available CECILE MOLNAR ;i be T.o-e ir-cn pleased to des'cn a heir just for ycu. 706 3rd Avenue 5. Phone 327-2079 o "j-a Cf e :o :r.e vb he wr.en he be of: ;r. chsz neighbor pf the S5 "t.o cid net go to the i5 suD often [he When t-e goverrurer.: s the r.oi: to Cair? Uni si'y f.o keep the stucezta f: CT. the co'.'-it Erea. L: did so became i: ed a prudent glorious beer of Copenhagen tier, rzidi: touch off gen- (XH students is spread out in eril perhaps buildings m nearby residential derioostrations. cejEhborcoods. ce: cabare: ar.ci an age limit so the teenasers can't Vv-r.y hasn't someone started a Kjht-ciubish-type jj ntre :or young adults, with more atm-osphere than a I I I O I hy Rebekah lodge aren't there more dances pur. on by the csmposes that college-age people can attend and stiii be sure good not adequate rr.use will be prcvided? V.'hy has-'t a drug-abortion-birth control-crisis pro- gram been functioning throughout the city? There rriun be a need.' It's a modern age and'they are rnodera After that onslaught, presenting a defense on be- half of the city proved" more difficult than anticipated. Ar.d or. second thought howcurn? cer'-iy e Nab as cerrjcg Other Mrs. Hel CENTRE VILLAGE MAIL PHONE 328-4536 JANUARY CLEARANCE! RIVER PLAID d 1 -49 yd. PATTERNED CRIMPOLENE Reg. 9.49 yd.25% MEN'S SLACK FABRICS KNITS 1 -75 iFrom an POLYESTER AND COTTON PRINTS Oj ,and up bW Ul MANY, MANY MORE UNADVERTI5ED SPECIALS d UP Rebesah lydge re- 'man. vice grarjd: V. Me- Crofts, recording sc cob'.e fc-r tie .'.L'j. S. term. Jlrs. Hari'-oa, crea- officers irstaJec were sa-er: II rs. M. Coaier. war- >Ien Barclay, junior past dm, Mrs. A. PoUard, cor.duc- grard; Mrs. E. tcr; Its. M. chaolair: E. iride CUSTCSE; XL-s. H. XtcXab. E5NG; XL-s. E. Per.-ersuf. L5NG: Mrs. B. Nalder. HSVG: XL-s. R. i L i a d e r IT. a s. LSVG: Mrs. J. Mi'iler. RSS ar.c y_-s. C. V.ilji5. L55. Mrs. H. was present- ed with her past r.obl? grsrc's 2rjd a from the locre, Tr.gral'ing officers were Mrs. prestdeni of clr-rtct Xo. IT. Others assisting were Xts. F. Clemis. Mrs. F. FjaveU. XIrs. R. Mrs. C. XL-. P. C.c-n-.ii. H. Dawsor.. T. XfcXsb MRS. Dl'XCAN MrSAB nohle cr.ind arc; J. Pjxti Y.W.C.A. PARTICIPANT PARTY Friday, January 19lh SWIMMING PARTY at Ihe FRITZ SICK POOL al 7-.3Q p.m. foiloweJ by Coji: 25c psr penon for the Orlsberu naslonjbeer: the world's most exported Ijjerbeer. No this clorioui beer of is brewed right here in Alberts. And because it's now brewed here, you can enjov Carjsberg at titular prices. Orlibere brewed with all the skill and tradition of Denmark to the taste of Canadian beer drinkers. Discover Carlsbern for yourself. Canadian Breweries Alberta Ltd. COPENHAGEN city of beautiful towers JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday Evening, January 18th Sponsored by Aid of St. PPI-I and Si. Poul'i Church STARTS P M. SHARP-PARISH HALL CORNER 12th STREET B AND 7lh AVENUE NORTH Jackpot Slarls al 5125 and ii Won Every Thursday 7nd JocVpol SUO In 52 Numbfn 5'h-7 No Jatkpol 116-Pol O' Gold 1100 2SC PER CflKD OR 5 FOR 51.00 ALSO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZE Penoni under T6 yean not nllowtH ;