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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta i.c I nDniwuE VUlf -The Herald Family Lynne Van Luven Mazie's house looked like it had been ravaged by a combin- ed hurricane-volcano. Streamers of clothing erupted out of closets and dishes and pots were piled in the centre of the floor. chaos ruled supreme. might as well come in and get your Mazie seeing the look of horror on my face. get worse before it gets better I'd come for my briefing Mazie and company were going on holidays and I was in charge of lawn-mowing and mail-collecting. It seemed like I was about to be briefed for a descent into hell as my friend ranged through the house collecting tossing aside discarding selecting that I didn't know otherwise. I'd suspect you were never coming I following her from room to room. is she should have seen how- much junk we took on holidays when we tented. Having the trailer has simplified I gaped at a gargantuan pile of ob- viously ear-marked ''to in Mazie's mind. you're not taking this evening dress on your sure replied Ralph has promised to take me out for a romantic evening at the country club while we're at Lake and I want to be in this gigantic case that's Junior's bassoon he's been hitting a lot of flat notes so he's got to practice at least 40 minutes a day the first day. you should have plenty of privacy there'll be vacant camping spots on all sides of I ven- having been a guest at several of Junior's concerts your daughter plays the so you'll be spared a combo you are leaving the piano at aren't said Mazie without smiling. piano but these three music manuals go she's got to Familiarize herself with her lessons for the You have a trailer and you pack a for the kids they get claustrophobia after a week in the and like to sleep under the when Ralph and I have our romantic evening. oKay.' 1 said hastily. It looks like a box of rags. What's this my friend said my mending from the past just in case I have some spare time And that big red netal box is Ralph's tool in case anything goes wrong. And that's his fishing gear and hip waders and my set of crossword puzzles and the badminton set and beach pots and pans. I waving a fat volume entitl- jd Summer Suppers might get replied Mazie hot dogs and beans get awfully boring it's no reflection on she rambled I'm taking this African Violet with me it was sickly but it's responding to the plant so I want to keep an eye on My head was I felt smothered by household jlfects see you in two and have a great said in feeble stumbling to the door. replied adding a tea kettle to her Dile. sure looking forward to getting away from it CHERY DOGTEROM Daughter of Mrs. Grace Dogterom graduated with distinction from the University of Calgary with a Bachelor' of Science Degree in Biochemis- try She is now envolved with Blood Research at the University of Calgary Medical School. Day Camp registration Day Camp registrations for youths nine to 12 years of age will be taken every Monday at 9 a.m. at the east end of Henderson Lake. The fee of includes five days from 9 a m. to 3 p.m. of activities arts and fitness group oriented games and special events. The camp will wind up its activities one week before school starts. From Aug. 7 to youths may attend Camp Impessa. 30 miles west of Pmcher Creek. Registration fee for this will be CASH BINGO SATURDAY O'CLOCK HUNGARIAN OLD TIMERS HALL A JIM BlKktU f Iqd hr till wd mn Sitirtij pto Nnrtw JrtpMt JACKPOTS NOW AND 5 Cards lor or 25t each ____ to No. GARY W. COOPER JON D. COOPER Sons of Mrs. L. B. Tanner of Magrath graduated from the Canadian Me- morial Chiropractic Toronto. Jon and Gary will be setting up prac- tice in Lethbridge at 740-4th Ave. Suite 308 Professional Building. Vacationers advised to protect belongings BILLGROENEN photo Cleaned out this could happen to you Club corner People concerned with dis- human civil liberties and the dis- tresses of people in today's society are urged to attend a meeting with a group called Human Concern at 7 p.m. Monday at the YMCA. The Leihbndge Christian Women's Club will hold a non- denominational luncheon at 1 15 p.m. Monday at Sven Encksen's Family Restaurant. Cathy Evans will feature macrame. Agnes Fletcher will provide the music. Guest speaker will be Joanne Penner of Medicine Hat All women are welcome. For reservations please phone 327-3251 or 327-8033. Tracy D. Anderson will pre- sent an illustrated film on In- dia at the regular meeting of the Lethbridge Kiwanis Club to be held at p.m. Tues- day at Sven Ericksen's Fami- ly Restaurant. THE BETTER HALF Japanese dancing featured Sunday A program of traditional Japanese dancing will again be featured at the Nikka Yuko Centennial Garden Sunday at p.m. The annual event will include a dance of thanks for good and will have between 40 to 50 girls and women participating in the hour-long display. Colorful kimonos add to the folk dance attraction which is held by the Honpa Buddhist church as part of the Obon service. Dancers will be church members from Coaldale and Picture Butte and the public is invited to attend. Regular gate admission will be charged. By MIKE ROGERS Herald Staff Writer just came back from our vacation and found all our jewelry and everything else gone. Someone broke in and took everything we The telephone caller is very distraught. you calling from your I'm calling from a telephone booth. Our phone is A little far Well it could unless the vacationer takes care to protect his home and belongings. Several security ideas are offered by local police. First of don't make an- nouncements in public about travelling plans. One mistake is to advertise your vacation in the society section of a new- spaper. That it's possible every burglar in town will consider visiting your house as soon as you're gone. Before leaving for your you might get a timer and connect it to lights in the living room and and maybe one in an upstairs bedroom or den. Set the tinner to have the lights turn on at dusk and go off late at around bed- time. Stagger them so they don't turn off and on at the same time. Inspector Glen of the Lethbridge City suggests vacationers make arrangements for a or neighbor to look after their homes. a key with them and request they check the premises not only for security but for water leaks or other related said Insp. Michelson. He said to advise the police the length of time the house will be empty and the name of the person in charge. police will have a record of this information in case of an he said. Insp Michelson said the police can't make daily checks of homes because there are so many. if your neighbor is watching your house and a prowler is they shouldn't shout or turn on the lights. They should phone the police and advise them of the he said. a burglary has been preserve the scene until the police Insp. Michelson added. He said hand-out material containing do's and don'ts for the home owner is available at the City Police station. There is also a property record available where the home owner can list the make and serial number on any item. F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT EAGLES HALL 6thAve.Aand13thSt.N. Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. 5 for 1 .OO or 25C Each Three 7 Numtrar JACKPOT fm Gints lit Fm ttrdj DOOR PRIZE Gold carde pay double money Children under 16 not allowed BINGO July 8 Jackpot in 55 Noa. Gold Pay Door Carda Regular Cardi or 5 lor 13th St. and 6th N. No children under 16 allowed. HELP US TO HELP The Salvation Army Welfare Services Need Clothing. Furniture. Toys. Household Effects Call 328-2860 For Pickup Service OR LEAVE AT 412 1tt AVE. S. North Lethbridge Child Development Centre North Lethbridge Child Development Centre is accepting applications for registration of children aged 2 to 5 years for a full-day a.m. to 6 child development program. The cost of this service will be based on one's ability to pay. For further information The Centre for Personal and Community week- days at 327-5724. The closing date for application acceptance is July 1974. Names please LONDON A London divorce court had a mouthful to digest when artist St. John Aubin applied by mail for a di- vorce from his fifth Pauline. His full names run Jonathan Nicholas Vivien Francis Hilary Boise Randolph Montague Gervaise Hyacinth Bertram St. John Aubin-Gale de La Courtie. By Barnes told her I hadn't eaten in three days and she said 'force Summer Perms Specials Continue OFF UNTIL MY 31 Tuesday and Wednesday Only B J Hairstyling Salon Ltd. 506-4th Ave. S. Phone 328-3650 SOUTH PLAZA BEAUTY SALON is pleased to announce Darlene Jahnke has joined our staff. Darlene is specially talented with long hair and in- vites her many friends and customers to come in and see her. DARLENE JAHNKE SOUTH PLAZA BEAUTY SALON 1020 M. M. 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