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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta J8 THE LETHBRIDC-E HERAID Mo-.-Juy, July 12, 1971 ivma Celebrates birthday Leadership training available to meet community needs Grandmother 'swings' at 90 By MARILYN ANDERSON1 Family Editor TVEED a course in leadership training for an equestrian class for your community'' How about a training course for swim instructors? Just give your friendly neighborhood pro- vincial department of culture, youth and recreation a call and they'll line it up for you. Well, it might not be quite that simple but the department is prepared to arrange classes such as these to suit the needs of Alberta communities. The department of culture youth and recreation was cre- ated on April 1 of this year and is administered to by Am- brose Holowach, former pro- vincial secretary. Max Gibb, southern Alberta recreation consultant, said in a recent interview that any topic in the leisure field could be cov- ered by a course. One example was the train- ing course for playground and camp counsellors held recenth at the Buckhorn and .1-0 Ranches near Pincher Creek. The course accommodated people from towns with- it the territory of Mr. Gibb's supervision comprising an area of almost 100 square miles, 'rom Nanton south to the bor- der, and from the B.C. border :o Medicine Hat. The office in Lethbridge pro- vides a three way service by way of consultation, leadership tra'ining, and financial assis- tance. Mr. Gibb and his staff helps a community evaluate its plans, set up recreation boards and assist in its organization. Lighter approach MEL BOURNE, Australia (AP) Prof. Carlyle Wood, a gynecologist from Queen Vic- toria Hospital, told a medical conference "we must lighten our approach to contraception" because one in four women is frightened of it in any form. love is... having him paint the awning. BINGO RAINBOW HALL HOI sih Ave. N. TUESDAY, JULY 13th at 8 p.m. lit Jackpot in 57 2nd Jackpot in 56 Nos. Free Cards-Cards and Games, 25c per Card, 5 Cards SI.00 3 Free Games Door Prize No Children Under 16 Years Sponsored By A.U.U.C. Association "Training courses give lead- rship ability to volunteers and- r paid leaders to be better quipped to do the said Mr. Gibb. 'Financial assistance is in he form of one dollar per per- bon per community to be used o provide further training for eaders or employing young staff or recreation directors." In the case of the recent play- ground course nearly all the eadsrship pers o n n e 1 came rom Lethbridge as well as drawing upon the assistance of members of the Blood Reserve. In addition to the two play- ground courses and a three-day camp counsellors course, a moms and tots pro-school clinic !or swim instructors was held in Lethbridge to which 37 per- sons were registered. A competitive swim officials clinic was held last weekend at Claresholm under the supervi- sion of S'.an Siwik. AH the communities which have swimming pools and com- petitive swim teams sent two or three persons for training. They may be parents or inter- ested volunteers who learn how to be timers, stroke judges and swim marshals. The community is then bene- fited by these trained volun- teers. Mr. Gibb said that other courses have been made avail- able. "We've run equestrian clinics to teach people to be belter instructors, training for all the summer games sports, canoeing clinics, archery anything." The community needn't suffer then for lack of trained person- nel. If the interest is there, so is the means to provide it in the community. B.v BEVERLY-ANN CARLSON Staff Writer Mrs. Blanche Bond is de- scribed by her daughters as a "swinger." She just recently returned from a bus trip to Edmonton and Red Deer, says her daugh- ters, lives in a "bachelor apart- mends for patients in i the Devon Nursing Home, and has been both deaf and speech- less since birth. Mrs. Bond, wearing one of her fashionable pant suits, cele- brated her 90th birthday Satur- day. "She tells me I'm old fash- says her daughter, Mrs. Mary Niven, "because I don't even own a pant suit." "She tells me I've got to keep up with the times." Mrs. Bond was born in Cape Breton and came to Lethbridge in 1911 when she married, set- tling in High River. She has now been a resident of Lethbridge for 20 years. Fol- lowing the death of her hus- band in 1963, she took an apart- ment of her own, and has since been keeping busy with such charitable activities as mend- ing for the Devon Nursing Home. "Mother has never let her deafness be a handicap to her never heard a says Mrs. Niven. She learned trades like cook- ing, sewing, and millinery in a school for the deaf in Halifax when she was young. Mrs. Bond has five children including Mrs. Julia Ewing, and Mrs. Mary Niven, Lethbridge; Mrs. Evelyn Moore, Red Deer; Mrs. Deborah SVarts, Edmon- ton; and Mr. Victor Bond, Rel- owna, B.C. She also has 17 grandchildren, and 13 great grandchildren, most of whom are able to con- verse with Mrs. Bond in sign language. Her secret to long life? She says, "Don't worry, and keep regular habits such as going to bed early, getting up at the same time each day, and eat- ing at certain hours." Woman gets the brakes Who Said Reducing was Expensive? saNew Dress Size this Summer 1 Dm fe D After: Size 12 Before: Size HOURS: Open 6 days per week Mon. thru Fri. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Complete 4 Month Program EACH PERSON PER MONTH FOR TWO NO INTEREST-NO ANNUAL PERCENTAGE RATE Mrs. Wynne Padgett went from a SIZE I 6 to a swim suit I 2. in just 30 treatments BUY one Reducing Program for Yourself and Buy another for a friend for only ONE CENT! Call 327-2151 NOW For Your FREE Trial Visit Figure Analysis Eye make up potentially dangerous AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) An eye surgeon said here a study of 233 women has led him to conclude that many women are infecting their eyes daily with high concentrations of danger- ous organisms that grow in eye makeup. Dr. Louis A. Wilson, an asso- ciate professor of opthalmology at the Medical College of Geor- gia, said he believes stringent government regulations would be the remedy because "I have no illusions about being able to keep women from wearing eye makeup." He said bacteria and fungi re- produce rapidly in eye shadow, eye liner and mascara once the containers are opened, then reach harmful levels quickly. Dr. Wilson said most liquid eye cosmetics contain a preser- vative which is supposed to re- tard bacterial growth but the effectiveness is diminished by the addition of perfume, color and oils. "Our study has shown that in many instances the supposed re- tardent is actually not doing the he said. Some of the organisms he found in the cosmetics contain- ers of 233 women on the campus are "an opthalmologist's night- he said. One, "pseudo- monas aerug i n o s is highly destructive to the cornea, he said, and "can take an eye and completely ruin it within 48 hours of infection." He said a woman buys a new tube of mascara that is uncon- taminated, but the first time she uses it "she picks up bac- teria from her own skin with the applicator, then plunges it back into the tube. Once in the container, these organisms can multiply and the bacteria con- centrations can get he said. Dr. Wilson said efforts to learn the contents of cosmetics from manufacturers were un- successful. "They're most se- cretive." LOS ANGELES (AP) Gay- lane Snow is training to become the country's first railway brakewoman. "They told me there's never been a woman on a brakeman's job before any place in this country, and I say it's about time." said Miss Snow, 37, who has done computer work for the company. A spokesman for the Southern Pacific Railroad, which employs about brakemen, said, "If she passes the training program we will give her for the next couple of weeks, then she's got the job. Miss Snow says of her ulti- mate goal, "Frankly, I hope to learn enough about this entire company so that maybe when I know 20 times more than most men, they just might promote me into a well-paying supervi- sory position." MODERATE HEAT Young children prefer foods served at moderate tempera- tures. UKRAINIAN GREEK-ORTHODOX CHURCH BASEMENT Cor. 13th Street and 7th Avenue N. PUBLIC B5NGO EVERY TUESDAY p.m. DOOR PRIZE FREE CARDS FREE GAMES BINGO CARDS 25c EACH 5 CARDS BLACKOUT in 59 Numbers or lesi (Jackpot Increases Weekly) Two teven numbers or less Jackpot each Sorry No person under 16 years of age allowed SHE GETS AROUND Mrs. Blanche Bond, shown with her 90-year bouquet, is still extremely active in social and charitable work despite physical handicaps. ATTEND THE ALL NEW A.N.A.F.-UNIT 34 INGO COR. 5th AVE. and 6th ST. S. IN THE CLUBROOMS TUESDAY, JULY 13th -8 p.m. First 12 Games-First Card Others 25e each 7 No. Jackpot (increases weekly) 2nd 7 No. Jackpot (increases weekly) Extra 5 Games Cards 25c ea. or 5 for Blackout in 59 Numbers________ All regular games pay double if won in 7 nes. or less MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS S-T-R-E-T-C-H and SEW A Simplified Method Of Sewing With Knits by ANN PERSON Con You Imagine A WHOLE STORE FULL OF JUST KNIT FABRICS POLYESTERS WOOLS NYLONS LINGERIE FABRICS COTTONS NOTIONS ALPACA SKI SWEATER and SKI PANTS FABRICS We Even Teach You How To Sew With Knit Fabrics STORE OPENS AUGUST 3rd Phone For Class Enrollment 327-2223 327-3220 327-5612 MF YOMU ARE A DRESS SIZE you is-" H.E I BY Aw.' 17 4 BY 6 BY 14 YOU CAN BE A SIZE 16 YOU CAN BE A SIZE 18 YOU CAN BE A SIZE 30 YOU CAN BE A SIZE 23 YOU CAN BE A SIZE P MANAGEMENT. 1HC. 1971 E. P. FIGURE CONTROL CENTRE College Shopping Moll Next lo Cinema Theatre Ample Frae Parking t.A. TO F.O.E. BINGO Monday, July 12th JACKPOT 56 NOS. "10 ALARM BINGO" Gold Card Pay Double Door Cards (Many other extras) Regular Cards 25c or 5 for 13lh Si. and 6th 'A' N. No children und.r 16 allowed MRS. MAXINE SKIBA Owner Manager Instructor 'MRS. IYD.ATOTH MRS. SEAN COYLE LAURA PR.NS MISS JOANNE: DEMERRS Instructor Instructor S-T-R-E-T-C-H and SEW 471 Holiday Village Mayor Magrath Drive ;