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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta C THE IETHBRIDOE HEIALD Friday, January 11, THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnei "If you want a hot breakfast this morning, the bast I can set fire to your cereal." LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Campus Corner JUDY MEHREH Kate Andrews Hello there! I'm sure happ; that you decided to read tin Campus Comer this week, a: I have good news for you. You may be interested ti learn that Kate Andrews Hig] School in Coaldale is planning to send 20 students to Montrea during the Easter holidays. No doubt you are thinking, "So what? I've hear of travel an( exchange programs from dif ferent schools before. What's so new about this Well, in other programs such as this, the students are gen orally required to contribute a fair amount of money on their .own, resulting in only well-to do students being able to go This time our school counsel lor, Mr. E. Ryan, is trying to influence different people in volved in these things to allow the less-privileged kids to par- ticipate. We've been told thai the trip for us is 99.9 per ccnl for sure, but it's that lousy .01 per cent that bothers me. If the project is approved by the Department of the Secre- tary of State, we will be leav- ing on March 31, so we can arrive in Montreal on Saturday, April l. We'd sure like to see the final game of the National Hockey League season in Mon- treal on the Saturday. While in Montreal, we'll be staying in private homes with two of us staying in each home. Our billeting arrangements and activities have been looked af- ter for us by the Montreal Ki- wanis Club. It seems that the president of the club, Mr. Flmn< erfelt, is a former Calgarian who was very interested in our project and undertook to help us. To make the trip absolutely positive, we have to prove that we are ambitious and are will- ing to contribute toward ex- penses. So the group .of twenty students is divided into four groups of five; and we are hold- ing raffles, bingos, play nites, film nites, bottle drives, and various other activities as a means of raising .-needed money. We've been getting great co- operation from such people as A] Brewer of the Department of Youth, and Mr. Olivier of Department of the Secre- tary of Slate. Several organiza- tions have already agreed to help us out financially. We'd like to thank them. They are The County of Lethbridge, Board, The Kate Andrews Stu- dent Council, and The Canadian Western Natural Gas Company. We're encouraged by a letter of co-operalion from the Town of Coaldale Council as well. Personally, I'm really ex- cited about the forthcoming trip, as I've never even been on a jet before, let alrne to Montreal. I think the whole idea is GREAT. We'll have an opportunity to learn a little of the French language, learn about the French problems and learn about Montreal specifically and about Quebec generally. In fact, some of us may be staying in homes where no En- glish is spoken, which should be quite an experience. I mean, like how do you say, "where is the in French. While in Montreal, we hope to see and visit many of the historic and cultural sites as well as take in Man and His World, see the St. Lawrence Seaway, walk through Old Mon- treal and maybe even through Place Ville-Marie. As we are nearing the end of our visit, we will travel on the Rapido Expressway to Ottawa, to spend a day in the Capital, seeing a lot of things we've only seen in pictures. Now, ril bet you've been won- dering what good it does for you, as I mentioned at the be- ginning of my letter. Well, we will not be keeping all this lirilling information about our trip to ourselves. Some of us will be giving talks and show- ng slides to various organiza- tions relating all our exciting experiences. We'll be available o any group that would like to have us speak. All this de- pends, of course, on our appli- cation being approved by Mr. 'elletiers' Department of the Secretary of State. Je vous verrai a Ottawa, Mr. 'elletier n'eyt-ce pas? (The views voiced In the above column do not neces- sarily concur with either those of The Herald or lei- ster's, hat are a reflection of the student's opinion.) winy HEART DAY PROCLAIMED Mayer Anderton ilgni the official proclamation for the annual drive for the heart fund in the cily. A one-day residential blitz will be held Heart Monday, Feb. 14. Looking en left, Mrs. Susie Hironaka, publicity chairman, and Mrs. Edna McMullin, chairman of the h3art fund. TOP TWELVE 45 R.P.M, xv calendar AT LEISTER'S MAIL ORDEKSI Tick off Ihi iilictioni you want and lend to ut. You'll your ncordi for only each. add ISc pottcgt on orden and und.r. 1. I'D LIKE TO TEACH THE WORLD TO SING -New Se.k.rl 2. AMERICAN PlE-Don McLean 3. BRAND NEW KEY-Melani. 5. BABY I'M A WANT YOU-Bread 6. TURNED 21-Fludd 7. TAKE IT SLOW-Lighlhoule 8. OLD FASHIONED LOVE SONC-Three Dog FOR BETTER, FOR WORSE-The Belli 10. ONCE YOU UNDERSTAND-Think [111. DOWN FROM DOVER Hazelwood 17. IT'S ONE OF THOSE NIGHTS-Porlridge Family 1 1 I 1 1 r i I1 11 COMING EVENTS BURNS SUPPER AND DANCE LEGION MEMORIAL HALL SAT., JAN. 22th P.M. SYMPHONY CONCERT ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS MOM., JAN. 31st CHAMBER OF COMMERCE DINNER and SECOND SESSION RE: THE CANADIAN TAX REFORM BILL C-JS9 WED., FEB. 2nd LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDG., LETHBRIDGE NAME ADDRESS local happenings The Lethbridge Old Tim Dance Club will hold a dance at Assumption school ('24 St and 14 Ave. S.) on Saturday a p.m. Westerner's Orches tra will be in attendance everyone welcome. Folks over BO will be admitted free. Dance is open to young and oldi Actors, actresses and all in terested persons who woulc like to join the Ket Theatre and are between the ages of 16 and 22, and interested in produc uig Romeo and Juliet, are ask ed to call Sergio Tonin, 328-8530 9 p.m. or meet at the Bowman Art Centre Sundays at 3 p.m. Southminster Circle Square Dance Club will hold the regu- lar dance on Saturday at p.m. in Southminster hall. All square dancers welcome. Wo- men are asked to please bring a box lunch. Women's Association, Uni- versity of Lethbridge, will hold a meeting on Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the faculty lounge, sec- ond floor of the science build- ing, at the Community College. Members will discuss their ac- tivities in the Friendship Cen- tre, John Howard Society, Mental Health Association and others. CLOTHING NUDES LONDON (AP) Langu- ourous nudes have graced the pages of Pirelli Tire Corp. cal- endars for the last seven years, but the company said it is clo- thing the girls in 1972. "We have reached back 50 years to the truly feminine a spokesman explained. City blitz planned for heart campaign The day to remember your sweetheart will soon be here and with it comes thoughts, protecting your own heart an the hearts of those you love. February 14 has been pro- claimed Heart Monday, and one day city wide blitz residential areas will be con ducted. The business canvass will begin Feb. 7 and end o Feb. 11. With ttc signing of the off cial proclamation by Mayo1 Anderson, the drive for fune will begin, and it is hoped will exceed the mark of last year. The proclamation calls upon all citizens to support this im portent drive with gifts am voluntary service. love 25 laying out Ms clothes for bis trip. CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HALL-Cor. 13th St. and 6th Ave. N. FRIDAY, JANUARY 21st 8 O'CLOCK th and 8th Games in 7 Gqme 5 CARDS FOR Jl.OO OR 2Sc EACH BLACKOUT JACKPOT 57 NUMBERS LUCKY NAME DRAW WORTH LUCKY NUMBER DRAW WORTH Ptrunl Under 16 Ttnn Nol Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUI Of the monies collected, each dollar is divided as follows; 76 cents for research, 10 cents for education, three cents for com- munity organization and develop- ment, six cents for fund rais- ing, and five cents for man- agement in general. Plans are now under way to organize all heart leaders of the city, and more canvassers are needed. Any interested per- sons are asked to contact Mrs. D. W. McMullin 327-6870 or Mrs. E. Hironaka 327-4128 Wrenettes reorganize The Lethbridge Wrenette Corps of the Navy League o Canada, is commencing a new program of training for youn girls, 13-18 years of age. Th program will specifically teac the girls skills they will be able to use beyond the time they will be in the Corps. All inter ested girls are asked to mee at the Navy League Headquar lets, 17 St. and 10 Ave. S., on Tuesday at p.m. MISSES MEALS POUT ELIZABETH, Smith Africa (AP) Lilian Wright 84, is active as the supervisor of an apartment block. She said the key to her endurance is jogging and not eating din ner at night. AH- 47'' PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upituln) EVERY THURS-I p.m. SATURDAY SUPER SAVERS MERCHANDISE ON SALE FRIDAY P.M. TO 9 P.M. AND ALL DAY JATURDAT LADIES' ONE-SIZE PANTY HOSE lonei -White Reg. 1 pair 96c PAIR LADIES' STRETCH NYLON PANTS -Sizei 10 to 20 -Full color ant. PAIR 3.84 LADIES' TURTLENECK PULLOVERS -Nylon -Sizn S.M.L, EACH 1.56 MISSES' and LADIES' DOUBLE KNIT wins Printed detign Reg. 1.94 PAIR 1.43 LADIES' OUTERWEAR CLEARANCE Cloth Coats Synthetic Fun Pile or Corduroy 30% OFF MISSES' DRESS SPECIAL Your choice of knits or crimps Reg. to 22.00 EACH 12.84 COSTUME JEWELLERY SALE Your choice of Rings Bracelets Pint Netklacei Chokers Reg. to 2.00 LADIES' HALF SLIP CLEARANCE Reg. values to 1.99 EACH 57 LADIES' SWEATER CLEARANCE Cardigan! Vtit Pulloveri or Shell. Reg. to '0.99 EACH 4.46 COLOR TV CLEARANCE 3 MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM EACH 386.00 (Mr month far 34 monthl Full dilnili at our crtdil office MEN'S CORDUROY PANTS Sizes 78 to 36 9.94 PAIR 3.96 PLAYMATE POPLIN OR SPORTSWEAR PRINT MATERIAL (top. 1.99 yd. 93' YD. MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS Siiei S.M.I. Reg. to 5.55 EACH 2.96 MEN'S DOWN FILLED SKI JACKETS 100% Prime Down EACH 19.84 SILICONS IRONING BOARD COYER AND PAD Reg. 1.54 SET KITCHEN CHROME CHAIRS Printed colon Reg. 4.94 EACH 3.94 DARE 2 IBS. PACKAGED CANDY 'JU JUBES FUDGE SQUARES ORANGE AND LEMON SLICES PKG. 77' VINYL SWIVEL ROCKER LEATHERETTE CONSTRUCTION EACH 39.94 County Falrij Optn Dally 9 a.m. to p.m. Thunday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Phone 32 ;