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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Ig THE lETHSSirSE "EBALD Solurday. Jonuory 50. 1973 Shrine women install officers 5. ROY JPRLNKLE A: a recent installation of Mrs. Hoy Sprinkle was j named president of the I bndse Auxiliary to Shrine Hos- piiais for Crippled Children. officers elected to serve pn the executive were Mrs Georse Lomas. past pres-: ider-i: Gilbert Wells, first i vice Mike; Earyc-ry. second vice president; i Mrs. "Jack Watertouse. irea-; surer. Mrs. James Nome, rec- ording secretary: Ed, corresponding secretary: Mrs. Ferguson social convener ar.d Mrs. R. L Jir- dir.e. ar.a con- venor. as for e rwo-vear v.111 Jin: Mrs. Clare WadcieU and Mrs. B. Directors for a one-vear term are Mrs. E. Howe. "Mrs. family life by MAUREEN JAMIcSON named president and Mrs. M. Loyd. are ct ncnc. The Kiwcnis thrcuc'n 7. era these w c.-'d big G'CTS :vc! i? :o go enter t- com is c'cse hcvs April 2 5ho-.--- petiticn ire CaL enaai' o weal k lappeninqj expected to enter By JT.TIE TURIC Herald Staff Writer Kur.d-eds of talented The Laic.- 're Order of thj ec are asked to p'.ease bring a Koyal Purrle a rezu- bos Milk River Beiles Beats v.-......- Square Dance Club v.-il; a p- ir. the fcsiivi; gorourd L-J.S year Music er.d iaufhtor v.-ill c-i- ir. Y2- This scrr.e 903 c'.ssses A geierai rr_ee-_-; of the or.n; a BOX imcc. __e nK_ _o er. _-d .ind Cinzeas Society te EQVAL PAY ACCEPTED arrjirrar.oo corrimissict: an- crar---x: :-js vear, ard i: has acceftec :he The Whir'.-A-V. '.iC ro.d a of equal pay for p-: rrstival ac- dince Monday a'- p.m. ir. vroez. It said cxrxair. St. A" be by Jirne -a- the ever: Kiwanis festival plans in high gear dar.ce a: 3 p L-. the Elks '.o please a wx Oddfellows. F.eceiahs and fcieads are _c: '.he Eall. "Even'oce rr.e. 2: L1 Sa'r-t Ha-I. are assed to ;0.m_ br-i.ii a box IUECC. v.Tr rroir. ard to en'er "for :re fun of i: 7'-e d.v.e for the ac- area, the Crov.-sr.est Pass: v.-ichout beirjf; or re- has a'ao C-reai 7.'or.'. Canary ard rr-cr'sj; cr av.-arr.s for the Mrs. sta-.c-d that the bc-h children ar.d o: The is ta- Adiud-carors for Lhi.- j ear achers and _- :o the ir.- :he of the be Johri S. Bach of Cal- b-e takinc thoir outlcoV. TT HAS TAKEN" me quite some time to realize being liealihy has its drawbacks. Just lately. I've noticed that people who haven't succumbed to the odd germ or two are objects of pity. We seem to be missiJig 0111 on one of life's richest Most of my friends, busy battling some kind virus or other, are starting to commiserate with my robust well-being. People at work, with their clogged nasal passages, bleary eyes and hacking coughs, are starting to regard me ivith sympathy. And tor a while ihere, even my raspy-throated husband, wallowing in laryngitis, treated me with compassion and extra kindness. An ouicast at a certain little symptom-swapping party down the block, I turned to TV for consolation. 1 flipped the switch and sat down to watch, in living color and vibrant sound, a drip by drip replay of suffering humanity. Eagerly I absorbed every sputtering, spluttering, sneezing, wheezing detail laid before me. I hook- ed by the very first commercial. Not a single snuffle or sniiQe was overlooked. ar.d my excitement mounted to fever pitch at the closing shot of a precision drawing of the route the germ actually travels as it attacks various parts of the human anatomy. Some top-rated show or other came on and I dashed off to answer the phone. But I managed to makp it back for the big transformation scene of a throbbing sinus headache. After taking time out to make a sandwich, check sleeping children and peel potatoes. I zoomed in on a fascinating little malady called tired blood. Evidently there is a cure for this a new wondej-formula involving 'added which has got to be something else! One bitty dose ar.d in no time fla1 a worn-out. 90-year-old haiisfrsu becomes a peppy youns teenager beer -Were ;o ,vhizzma through household chores and attacking her rcce interest LI comr.-.u- 2; their oini horn e been working to present a polished performance, ere cf !he Hamilton school band practic- Ervin pholo The open classes have available to those ivr he ivould husband while she nonchalantly gnashes her fangs to- gether over a single beautiful rose. You might think that was a pretty hard act to r.ririss: Paul Bet-re; follow, but an upset stomach maintained the high choral ar.d: level of entertainment as it bounced across the 1 idea Ccoi screen, jigclins and gurglir.s iis way into an ulti- T: .f.ffr lx- Er.d tax: !noifent of relief from acidity or whatever. I stayed only E moir.eni or two longer; to enjoy a deep, penetrating heat treatr.iem brinnng soothing re- heen e'; Parker of Nonh B-'jnahv to aching joints, before I scurried off to bed to c-ihers aro arn school board, ar.dI worry It was only '1 a.m. Should I. or should I HELP US TO HaP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Neec? Cbthinc. Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CAU 323-2860 FOR PICKUP SERV1CI OR AT 412 in AVE. s. the holiday. uxiulu take the ohildron a to set- tie cov.-n into a rTyrire." V she said. ''ar.d then they'd have -.0 up ar.d cff their f' cai isse a lot c_r- rtTTTMTTTTTtttTimilllMHUTTTT LADIES' WEAR PANT COATS PRICE 9 only- tANVAj ;.5ulcr 40.00 onlv ALL-WEATHER (NBVY oniy) RE5 2S oo FUR TRIMMED COATS R5, 40M FULL LENGTH FUR TRIMMED C FINAL CLEARANCE FINAL CLEARANCE INAL CLEARANCE S17 no S25 545 BALANCE OF CLEARING AT 3 tc off 10 ONLY TEENAGE MIDI COATS i-o-.v ar.d 10 itarr. of piaro. not call my doctor right away and gel a checkup? y" frorr. Those recom- If he found something vrons. I'd become so- s :ha: A -j-is season for :he provir-al c'.P.liy acceptable to my peer croup once again. If '-.aver.-, -'f.-.-.m of rre-coir.per.- coKpeie in BarJi or, May coulj get trj spend ,he my jjjg catch. caasge froa mg seccmd.hand cnlds indigestion from my TV "i s.--: re> fr-roiair.cti Wnc'-t. "L" to Wright that e.-xr-jrEce -ore ccL-ics ir. the c-jrcer. be Decisions decision? ch-jrch cho_- se-chor.. h.'.d S-jrdsv. April LT..-.-.e- Maybe tonign; I'll tune in to medical show to of 're- rsr -.vno choL- directors often the c-ese of the fes- find out what I should do. ?h--.v cj-.d s-: fer! car.': offer a tor.-rxxch tival. dcr.; ir..i icr rSoSorj wm'i Cor.cen performers are cho- A 15 offer- er.'.er a from one all areas of ihe ei. rc-acing She tha: ir. the pas: the prosrarr., hc-th and tr> schcol cho'rj. scri-.cs. chLrrch chc-.r cisj has cropped those srarerjfs who "gave classes. arxi cf: to oze per year. ar: I ami on Dog called for ton-1, NEV.' OR1-EA-N5 .U> it v. as a dog's day in court, but Russa didn't Drear-- for j-i._ here. a TOD crarono. Sic-i-av a: II at Loitec for Czurch. ss: in ihe jury Gary ar.d Mark Nrlsor.. Q--C Ber-hs Kopp. Sh-e cc-'-M prc-bsb'-y co v.-iL be people liar- berg go: g'vr! ir.- .Maros sr.d ago. iz'.er- Narrator '.'ill be Nancy C-rigg. "le'.ver for ihe direttor Regular 60.00 FINAL CLEARANCE GOWNS CLEARING 1 NOW AT OFF JUNIOR STYUS ?eg. to S50. Only RACKS OF SPORT 2 CO-ORDINATES PRICE and LESS ALL SALES FINAL NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES axine s LADIES' WEAR LETHBRIDGE :ENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE REGISTER NOW For the Original KNIT and STRETCH Beginning January 29th from 7 lo 9 p.m. daily Jan. 22 ihn. Jan. 27 CLASSES RUN MONDAY. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY FOR 6 WYEX5 6 CLASSES 2 Hour. 512.00 BAKERS FABRIC CENTRE CENTRE VILLAGE MAIL asied -1 anyone else lived b his house. He said Kussa lived v.ith him. euard-. So page TcO of '.he lates-. cirectcf hstcd Kus-sa Kit- ter.berr. as a tuard. Jury lists in Orleans Parish arc from such seances as city directory ar.d lelephrr.e Kussa '.vas allowed to in the jury bcs i: orJy briefly be- ci'ase. as Earl Dupiantier. chairman of the Orleans: Par- ish jury comrnissic-n said. v.'e fo'jnd- out v.e had made a anri stibpoe- YWCA NEW TO YOU SHOP 415-2nd AVE. SOUTH JANUARY CLEARANCE DRESSES and SUITS -1? PRICE SKIRTS lOc Open 1 p.m 5 p.m. Mon. thru Scl. WE'VE MOVED! FRANK'S SHOE REPAIR formerly locolfrd D1 1102-9lh Avenue South Has moved to 610-13 St. North NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE LTD. SUCCESS THRU SERVICE WE TKADE HOMES SHOW HOME OPEN Saturday 2-9 p.m. Sunday 2-9 p.m. SURIANO HOMES 2081 19 Street North VIRGINILLO HOMES 2077-19 Street North We also have new hornet built by: Walter Czarny Homes Ltd. Geo. Schlichter tne recipient fo obtain 5200 00 from one cf Contractors listed cbove upan 'he purchaie cf a new home from laid Contractor. Certificate to remain in fores lil! Sep'cnber 1, 1973. FOR PRIVATE SHOWINGS CONTACT ANY ONE OF THE 15 BLOCK BROS. SALESMEN BY CALLING 318.2356 ;