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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thuiwloy, July 5, 1973 Golden Mile Open Monday through Friday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday from 1 to 5 p.m. Next week: Monday: The bus for Many Glaciers Park will leave the centre at a.m. In the afternoon, the centre will en- tertain a group of senior citi- zens from Kalispell to tea. Members are asked to wel- come the guests and any do- nations of food would be wel- comed. Tuesday: Singing 10 a.m. Dancing-2 p.m. Coming events: The centre will serve a light lunch' at 12 noon July 16, follow- ing the Whoop-Up parade. Sil- ver collection. Everyone wel- come. Noteworthy: Members are asked to keep in mind the deposits for the trip to Yellowstone on August 27 are to be made prior to July 17. Please note that deposits for the three-week trip to the east must' be paid as soon as possi- ble. Tickets for the bus trip to Chain Lakes and surrounding area on July 18 are to be pick- ed up as soon as possible as There are still a few registra- tion forms available for Canyon Church Camp August 4 to 11. The registration fee includes re- turn DUS fare. Just Jude By JUDE TURIC and out of town Recent guests at the home of Mrs. Vera Masier of the city were' Frances Muir and her daughter-Vivian Henderson of Ottawa. WOULD YOU TAKE ON YOUR OLD VAC IN TRADE? Enjoying a refreshing dip With hot weather arriving on time for the beginning of an- other work-week, i children in the city took to the water for relaxation and a cooling off period. This scene is typical of each day at the Henderson Lake Pool, with all age groups taking advantage of pleasant swimming facilities. The Henderson pool, with its unique shape offers a wading section for the small fry, gradually deepening to a swim- ming depth, and finally a roped section for diving enthusiasts. Family defends presidential position SAN CLEMENTE, Calif. (AP) Julie Nixon Eisenhower says her father considered re- signing because of the Water- gale scandal and asked the family's advice on the question. "We said Julie reported, "because resigning would have LeRON'S HAIR STYLES 524 6fh STREET SOUTH WANDA HUSZAR PHONE 328-4729 ARE PLEASED TO WELCOME WANDA HUSZAR TO THEIR STAFF Wanda is the winner of 4 provincial hair styling competitions and has com- pleted an advanced styling course in Toronto. I Wanda invites her friends and customers to tome to le Ron's been an admission of wrongdoing. And we also felt that he was the man for the job." Julie, President Nixon's younger daughter who observes her 25th birthday Wednesday, said in an interview that the resignation issue came up dur- ing a discussion at Cairp David, Md. She said her father, "who loves this country and would do anything for raised the question of his resignation as president of the United States and whether it would be better for the country and help heal the wounds faster. Julie said she believes that "events are going to vindicate" the president and express concern over the "negative at- mosphere" created by the Wa- tergate affair. She defended her father, as BINGO SCANDINAVIAN HAIL 279 12th St. 'C N. FRIDAY, JULY 6th at 8 p.m. DOORS OPEN AT 7 P.M. NEW JACKPOT IN 57 NUMBERS 10th GAME WIN ON EMPTY CARD 4th lth 12lfi CAME in 7 NUMBERS or LESS CARDS FOR POT OF GOLD JACKPOT Winner fint 12 Games Receive SOe GOLD CARDS PAY DOUBLE EACH 2 DOOR PRIZES 86 PREE CARDS 5 DRAWS FOR NEXT WEEK Sony No em under 16 years of age allowed. she has in a series of public ap- pearances in recent months, saying "I think he was just really in the dark" about the bugging and burglary of the Democratic national committee WeeWhimsy Carer be mat the original tn for quoit. Sjndygcttld't quotation to headquarters at the Watsrgate Building in Washington last year and the subsequent cover up. 'HAD COMPLETE FAITH' Julie said her father did no discover something was wroni months ago because "he jus had complete faith in everyone around him. I guess that's part of the whole tragedy of this thing." Nixon's problems came be- cause he didn't run his own election campaign in 1972, Julie said. "He didn't keep close tabs on the whole she said. One of the real tragedies of Watergate is that the campaign organization is getting a black eye" and so many good, hard- working people "are brought down she added. Julie said her father's mood at the Western WMte House is very good he's moving ahead." Nixon has been able to get in some swimming and walking on :he beach with his family while lere. I'VE often stopped to wonder why some young mothers with toddlers seem worn beyond their years. It seemed to me they had all possible conveniences from automatic washers and dryers for diapers to quick- cook ovens and easy-set food timers. Still, they were too tired to go late night shopping or rowing on the lake Saturday afternoons and usually turned down invitations to early morning girl gab sessions. Then one day, dear sis po- litely asked if I thought I could manage babysitting dear niece and nephew. Unaware of the reason for her timid approach, I hearti- ly agreed and within the hour they were waving goodbye to mom and looking at me inno- cently. I thought I had things made, as I'd taken a few moments before their- arrival to bring out crayons, coloring books, the odd pen and pencil and even threw in some dolls and trucks. My sir year old niece clamped onto one arm before I had a chance to move out of the doorway; which sent three-year-old nephew flying at the other so that his sister wasn't one up on him. We clumsily walked into the playroom (it's a real chore to manoeuver with three sets of legs arranged in varying lengths, with differ- ent strides, and all moving in the same I allowed Niece first choice of toys. She picked crayons and a book; reconsidered and took a pen; then re-recon- sidered and snatched a pen- cil; and finally decide on all four. Nephew, with hands on hips in a disgusted manner, looked me straight in the eye and declared "She can't do that! I want.that stuff Diplomatic to the core, I asked if Niece would please share her bounty with Ne- phew. "But there's a truck and a doll and lots of other she (rather loudly) replied, re- ferring to a sad leftover clump lying on the rug. A brief exchange of ships, scratches, one kick and an at- tempted bite between the two made me decide that perhaps there'd be less of a problem outside. My first mistake was bring- ing one blanket and two dif- ferent pillows for the kids to use on the grass. My second mistake was calling the cat over to provide a diversion, thinking they'd sit quietly and enjoy petting his silky fur.' A sudden flurry of grab- bing hands and fleeing black streak of fur showed me the error of my ways; and in the ensueing battle of the- blanket I lost all self-control, banishing both to the base- ment. Turning a deaf ear to an shouts, crys of terror and general uproar for the rest of the afternoon, I patiently waited for Sis's return. Niece and Nephew were eventually turned over to her capable hands, gratefully on my part and miraculously none the worse for wear on theirs. And I sat back to contem- plate the virtues and heroism of the young mother. Alberta women schedule meeting LABATn BLUE SMILES ALONG WITH YOU Alberta Women's Week, de- signed for both rural and urban women, will be held at Fair- view Regional College from July 9 to 12, and at Olds Re- gional College from July 23 to 27. Registration at Fairview will take place at 10 a.m. Monday and the program schedule wil include information on brightening the home with lights, new floor coverings, primitive weaving demonstra- tions; Leathercraft workshop, com- munications in the home, work- ng with wood, health foods, and a discussion by a member of the debtors' assistance board on, do you know your rights? Olds College win hold regis- tration Monday, July 23 at 5 TUs program will in- clude the importance of physi- cal fitness, a seminar on every ttrent a teacher, primitive weaving, beadwork; Rug making, needle work and macrame, a program on feet, musk in the life of children, drama and leisure time, the na- ture of women, marketing, ad- vertising motives and consumer effectiveness. There is no charge for the planned seminars, and interest- ed persons may attend either daily programs or weekly pro- grams. Accommodation win be pro- vided at the college residences and children are welcome. Creative activities will be de- signed for individual age groups of children accompanying their mothers. Supervision win be given to babies and small chil- dren as well. For further information re- garding the women's week, in- terested persons may contact the Alberta Department of Ag- riculture. QUIET COPS LONDON (CP) -Magistrate Neil McElligott, irritated by a soft-spoken polceman giving evidence in London's Marlbor- ough Street court, told him: "I 100 Luue wncD a po- liceman went into the witness- box, threw back his bead, ex- panded his chest, and yon could bear him in the adjoining street Sow you all for heav- en's sake, speak JACKPOT BINGO THIS THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 5th (pensond by todies' AM of ft. Peter St. Paul1, dwidi STARTS P.M. SHARP-PARISH HAIL COINER 12th SflEET AND Trti AVENUE NORTH Starts at ami it Wen Every 2nd Jackpot in 57 Numbers 5m-7 No. Jackpot -Pat OoW PER euro OR S FOR S1.OO AISO UK CARDS, FREE GAMES AND A PRO! f LETHBRIDGE CHRISTIAN BUSINESS PROFESSIONAL WOMEN CORDIALLY INVITES YOU TO ATTEND DINNER MONDAY, JULY 9th p.m. SVEN ERJCKSEN'S RESTAURANT EVERYONE GO WESTERN SPEAKER: Trith Statecraft SPECIAL FEATURE: larbccving Sheila Nttman, Mitt TtM Urfahan RESERVATIONS, By Mj S, Caneeflaftom Cmnffal eofl ANNE MEKRT-327-7314 ;