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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta iVmor Tours for city youngsters can be educational, fun By JUDI TUHIC Staff Writer Keeping a child occupied for length of time can prove to be a taxing experience for both mother and teacher. But with a little help from local in- dustries, parks and museums, children can be kept interested and con learn too. In Lethbridge, both the pre- xrhooler and the elementary school child can take part in organized toun which arc made available by local com- panies. An exciting and fascinating array of artifacts is offered at the Sir Alexander Gait Muse- um, complete with life-like dis- plays, and is well in the interest range of all children. The public library offers a twice weekly story hour, with YJFC4 activities this week the programs of- fered by the YWCA are in full swing. However, it is asked that members please note ar.y changes that may have come into effect. Blue Triangles Westmin- ster Tuesdays, p.m.; Agnes Davidson Tues- days, 7-8 p.m.; Fleetwood- Bawden Wednesdays, 6 7 p.m.; St. Basil's Wednes- days, 6 7 p.m.; Lakeview Thursdays, p.m.; Senator Buchanan, Thurs- days, 8 p.m.; Galbraith Th-Tsdays, 7 B p.m. Y Teens Girls 13 -15 yrs; Westminster Wednesdays 7- 8 p.m. Junior Gymnastics Girls 8 12 yrs. Hamilton Wednes- days, p.m.; Agnes Davidson Saturdays 10 a.m. Note: Gymnastic at Wilson Junior High has been cancelled. Ladies Keep Fit and Swim: Mondays Keep Fit 8 9 p.m.; Swim 8 9 p.m.; 9 10 p.m. Tuesdays and Thurs- days Keep Fit to a.m.; Swim a.m. Keep Fit and Volleyball: L.A. TO F.O.E. BINGO Monday, Jan. 24ih JACKPOT NOS. "30 ALARM BINGO" Geld Card Pay Double Door Cards (Many other extras) Regular Cards I5c or S for 13th St. and 6lh Ave. -A' N. No children under 16 allowed Gilbert Paterson Mondays, S -10 p.m.; Senator Buchanan Tuesdays, B 10 p.m.; Gal- braith, Thursdays, 8 10 10 p.m.; Hamilton Tuesdays, p.m. Yoga: Tuesdays Bowman Arts Centre, a.m.; Thursdays Bowman Art Cen- tre, 8 9 p.m.; Sundays Bowman Art Centre, 7 8 p.m. Note: Wednesday class baa been changed to Thursday. Tiny Tots Creative Dancing: Thursdays at the Civic Centre 2 p.m. Synchronized Swimming Fritz Sick Pool Tuesdays 8 p.m.; Thursdays 6 p.m. English: Northside Library Wednesdays, 2-4 p.m. Bow- man Art Centre Wednesdays 10 p.m. Bridge; YWCA residence Wednesdays 2-4 p.m. Ladies Take a Break: Bow- man Art Centre Wednesdays 9130 a.m.; Spanish Vil- lage Wednesday a.m.; Adams Ice Centre Wednesdays a.m. Guitar: Bowman Art Centre Thursdays, 8 9 p.m. Note: This class is for adults 17 and over. An additional class for youngsters will be made avail- able at a later date. Babysitting is available for all daytime classes. singsongB and displays of gen- eral interest. A visit to the fire hall, police station, or telephone company can provide an exciting day, as can a visit to the news media All have guided tours, with ex- planations of operations in each department. Special interest tours can be arranged for the elementary school child with specific inter- ests dealing with industry The operation of a flour null, a look at boat making, raising poultry, or a view of pop bot- tling can be educational and re warding at the end of the pop fine a free bottle to enjoy on the way home. Older school-age groups with a definite subject interest can view the works of a foundry jail, or arrange for an out-of- town trip to see coal explora tions. Tourist and park information centres can help in planning seasonal family outings, anc day to day activities are pro- vided by tie Family Y and the YWCA. Children of all ages can be pleased with a trip to a local farm, game farm, or a close- up look at an airport. Every season can offer a fun- filled excursion, and planning for it half the fun. Remember to keep in mind the age, inter- ests and attention span of the child. Use a little ingenuity to plan a day of happiness. ADD GETS RESULTS NAPANEE, Ont. (CP) Naomi McDonald advertised in area newspapers when her Sia- mese cat, Ching, disappeared. Three months later Miss Mc- Donald received a call from the editor of the Quinte Scanner, one of the papers in which she had put the ad, and learned that Ching had just been found alive and the basement of the newspaper's printing shop. Toppled president living in Florida MIAMI. Fla. (Heutor) _ Po- tita Robles lives in a three- room, one-bath house in subur- ban Coral Gables. It is much different from the presidential palace in Panama City where she lived with her husband from 1964 to 1968. She was 26 and teaching school when Marco Robles, then a senator, made a political tour through the province where she BINGO RAINBOW HALL 1401 sth TUESDAY, JANUARY 25th at 8 p.m. Flnf Jackpot In 56 No.., 2nd Jackpot in 34 Not Free Canb-Cardi Oamel, 5Si per Card, 5 Catdi Free Garnet Door Prize No Children Under 16 Yean Sponsored By A.U.U.C. Association UKRAINIAN CREEK-ORTHODOX CHURCH BASEMENT Cor. llth Siren and 7th Avenue N. PUBLIC BINGO EVERY TUESDAY p.m. DOOR PRIZE FREE CMOS FREE GAMM BINGO CARDS 25c EACH 5 CARDS 1LACKOUT IN SO NUMBERS OR IKS (Jackpot IntreoMi Weekly) JACKPOT in 7 or ten Three .even number! or leu Jackpet each Sorry No perian undtr 16 year! of age allowed was working. They were mar- ried a year later. When he took office as presi- dent, she resigned her job as an assistant principal and assumed the full-time duties'as wife of the president of Panama. Rabies managed to survive an Impeachment attempt in April, 1968, but the next month he was defeated at the polls in his bid for a second term. Mrs. Robles came here and selected the home where they now live and he joined the fam- ily a few hours after his succes- sor took office. Eleven days later, Robles1 successor was toppled by a military junta which still is in control. Now, Mrs. Robles devotes her time to her garden and her chil- dren. She has three daughters, Roxanne, 10, in the fifth grade at school here; Raquel, 20, a secretary for a Miami insurance company; and Lia, 19, married to an accountant and living in Los Angeles. Neither she nor her husband has been to Panama since they left. ATTEND THE ALL NEW A.N.A.F.-UNIT 34 BINGO COR. 5th AVE. and 6th ST. S. IN THE CLUBROOMS TUESDAY, JAN. 25th 8 p.m. Fint 12 Game. Flnt Cart! Othen 23c each 111 No. Jackpet (Increaiei weekly) 2nd Nel Jackpot (Incream weekly) Ixtra t Cardi 25c eo. or 5 for Blackout In 51 Numberi AD regular garnet pay double If wen In 7 not. or hut MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS love is... i knowing there is something wrong although he tries to hide it. Ann Landers Mender, 24, If71 THE UWMIOOI HBALD Dear Ann Landers: I'm a boy, 19, witt a problem that any- body else might laugh at. I'm counting on you to belp me. For three years I have had acne. Not a> bad as some kids, but bad enough so that I went to a doctor for several months. My skin has cleared up now, but the acne left deep stars. I look gross. I've heard of an operation that will remove these scars. It's called sanding or something like that. My folks are willing to let me have the operation, but my dad says the operation will destroy the hair roots and I will never have a beard. This would bottler me a lot because a guy without a beard is not considered manly. Is what my father says true? S.R. Dear S.R.: No, it is not true. The surgical procedure is called abrasive planing and It does not destroy the hair roots. A word of warning, however: not all dermatologists are able to do this operation successfully, so make sure you go to a doctor whose work you have seen. Abrasive planing requires a highly- skilled doctor who knows what he's doing. Dear Aim Landers: I read with interest the letters from wives whose husbands talk too much or not at all. My husband is a constant yakker. His mouth runs inces- santly. My ears are tattered and torn from listening 'to him reminisce, rave, berate, compliment, bemoan, build up, tsar down talk talk talk talk talk talk. He has vocal cords like inneMubes. I wonder where he gets all the air. But you are right, Ann understanding does make jt bearable. Such people have a deep psychological need to verbalize their feelings. I didn't think my husband was aware of his problem until one day he said, "I must drive you crazy, with all my talking. I don't know what I'd do if I didn't have you to listen to me." At that moment I thanked God that I hadn't told him to "shut up" a hundred times in the last 20 years. Believe me, I would have dearly loved to have done so. Oh yes, he still drives me up the wall at times, but I know he needs me to be his audience, and I'm glad I have the pa- tience to listen. Maybe my letter will help some other wife who is married to the same kind of man. Thanks for listening to me, Ann. Regular Reader Dear Reg: Thank you for sharing a rare bit of wisdom. of local ka ppennyi Ogden Unit of Southminster UCW will meet at the home of Miss Lydia Doenz, 808 16 St. S., on Tuesday at p.m. Sigma Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will meet at the home of Mrs. Gloria Virostek, 2133 19 Ave. S., Tuesday et 8 p.m. The program will be presented by Mrs. Joan Annable on'conversa- tion, voice, and vocabulary. Co-hostess Is Mrs. Donna Palm- er. Following the mectiing, the group will attend the art show, Small Fired Up. t The general meeting of the Original Pensioners and Senior Citizens Society will be held on Wednesday at p.m. in Gym 2 of the Civic Centre. An interesting program is pre- pared. It time psrmits, bingo will be played. Lunch will be served. Since city buses are available until p.m., no other transportation will be pro- vided. Membership tickets will be available. New members and visitors are welcome to at tend the first meeting of 1972. A new program of training skills for young girls between the ages of 13 IB will com- mence Tueday at p.m. at the Navy League Headquar- ters, 17 St. and 10 Ave. S. All girls intersted in learning more of the Lethbridge Wrenette Corps are invited to attend this meeting. Kappa Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, will mset in the home of Mrs. Faye Colman, 1804 8 Ave. A N. at p.m. on Tuesday. The program, speech patho- logy, will be given by Mrs. Ann Johansen. Hostessess will be Mrs. Dorothy Pearson and Mrs. Jean Poile. The McNally Women of Uni- farm will meet on Tuesday at p.m. at the home of Mrs. .J H. Alexander. Business plans for upcoming activities. Program, Mrs. Frank Russell will present latest news from the Canadian Association of Con- sumers. Preceptor Eta Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, will be holding its next meeting this Tuesday, Jan- uary 25, at the home of Mrs. V. W. Thomhill, at which time Miss Lillian Evanoff will be be presenting her program. Xi-Iota will meet on Tuesday at p.m. at the home of Mrs. Barbara Ellis, 1031 12 St. B S. Co-hostess will be Mrs. Jean Nielsen. The program will be given by Mrs. Donna Bertsch 'and Mrs. Dot Nixey. Xi Nu Chapter will hold Its regular meeting at the home of Mrs. Phyllis Hall, 326 26 St. S., on Tuesday at p.m. The program, India and southwestern Asia, will be presented by Mrs. Cathy Khan. The general meeting of the Mathesis Club will be held on Tuesday at p.m. at the YWCA. Guests will b e wel- comed nt 3 p.m. Feature speak- er will be Gordon Colledge, in- formation officer for the Leth- bridge Community College. Tau Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, will meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Sue Barnes, 429 27 St. S. Co-hostess will be Mrs. Pat Hooper. The program, music into drama and dance, will be presented by Mrs. Sue Barnes, Mrs. Sherrin Sarsfield and Mrs. Delia Fear- The United Churches of Leth- bridge invite people to bring their families to share "An African Adventure" in South- minster United Church, 2 p.m. on February 6. The Rev. Tom Gilchrist and his family will give talks, show slides and de- scribe artifacts from Africa. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upsluiri) EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. QUICK......... THRIFT......... BULK.......... COIN-OPERATED DRY CLEANING PK Minimum per order LEE DUCK DRY CLEANERS BY THE POUND 330 13th ST. N. PHONE 321-5333 WOMEN NEEDED TO TRAIN FOR Medical Receptionist Dental Receptionist Practical Nursing This is a home study course which con be pleled fn Id wefthi. High School Diploma: not necenary to qualify. Training need not Interfere with present employment. Oul of town inquiries welcome. ESTABLISHED SINCE 1963 WRIT! OIVlNO PHONI NUMBER TO CAREER TRAINING LTD. NO. 3 113 Id AVENUE N.W., CALGARY, ALTA. "ReglHered under Alberla School Regulation! Ad" Women's RAF goes elegant evening LONDON (AP) Officers of the women's RAF are let- ting their skirts down to make formal mess more elegant. The air force has just ap- proved new ankle-length sap- phire blue gowns to replace the short dresses its women officers have worn for formal functions since 1958. "The women complained the shorter dresses were old- an air force spokesman said. FO Wendy MacGeorge, fl, modelled the new official evening gown with long sleeves and a flared skirt for the first time at London's RAF Club. It hardly looked like a uni- form. Even the insignia of rank are an en- amel and gold brooch that looks like a bit of decorative jewelry. Calgarian lias 100th birthday CALGARY (CP) Anne Marshall was more concerned about a friend than celebrating her 100th birthday. But she participated in festi- vities Thursday, saying "it's awful to grow old." "There's no happiness in it." The native of Yarmouth, N.S. who came west in 1907, said her friend lost her hus- band and was alone and wasn't able to go out of the house. "I can1: hear very well, I'm said Mrs. Marshall be- fore an interview. Her daughter, Grace Nelson, said: "She has lived the true pio- neer's life and has seen her own life round out into some- thing worthwhile." HER RANK IS SHOWING Flying Officer Wendy Mae. George models the new Women'i Royol Air men dress for Squqdron Leader Barney Bullocke in London re- cently. The dress brooch shows the stripes of her rank on the full length sapphire blue gown. 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