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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Chris Stewart Did you know a Chinese baby isn't considered ready for view- ing until one month of That's why the Jim Chuangs of the Chinese Alliance Church postponed holding their open-house and dedication of their in- fant Angela until July when they invited members of their congregation to join them in a special thanksgiving service. In Mrs. Chuang parents distribute red eggs at such a celebration red because the Chinese believe it brings good and eggs because they represent fertility. Rather than distribute individual red eggs the Chuangs settled for one red egg. It's certain two-month-old Angela didn't object. Former local Rev. and Mrs. Bruce Wakelin and son missionaries in Mexico under the Missionary Gospel Fellowship and currently making their home in San have been in Lethbridge this past week renewing acquaintances. Cora who for the past year has been continuing her Ph.D. studies at the Florida State is back in Lethbridge to assume her duties in the field of librarianship in the faculty of education at the U of L. Looking for a worthwhile retirement Get busy in volunteer work. This is the advice of Mrs. F. B. 1026 Henderson Lake who helps supervise the Candy Stripers at the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital. Her one-day-a-week involve- ment has done much to help her appreciate and understand today's young she says. One of the side benefits of her responsibility is that she has come to recognize young people as pretty wonderful she says. Rev. Donald Posterski of son of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. 1026 Henderson Lake has been elected Young People's representative for the British Commonwealth for the Church of the Nazarene. Rev. Posterski presented a paper on social issues and their relationship to youth ministry at the Nazarene World Youth Conference held in Switzerland. While there he attended the International Congress on World Evangelism held in Lausanne. The Posterski's younger a chartered accountant in has been counselling at the boy's camp at Rocky Mountain Ranch operated by the Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship. A container of wild flowers or even a vegetable sculpture from a marrow or carrot will be eligible for judging in the Horticultural Societies' 52nd annual exhibition slated for Aug. 17 and 18. For those unable to enter a garden a dish garden will do. Entries must be sent to Mrs. S. 726 22nd St. no later than today. Home for the summer from Tunisia where he teaches in the Lycee des Jeunes Filles High School for is John son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernie 14th Street with his wife son Youri and daughter Naomi. Mr. Lepp has taught in a number of overseas countries including Austria and the Middle East. I Buck director of the South Oldman River Recrea- tion Board will direct the outdoor camp-out at the Boy Scouts' Camp 23 miles southwest of Pincher July 27-31. Five to 12 year-olds from Sun- nyside and Hardieville will attend and enjoy living in the wide open spaces. Willard vice-president of Home and School for Southern Alberta is preparing a cook book based on the metric system rather than the usual cupfuls and teaspoonsful and has asked for favorite recipes which he plans to use in his sure-to-be popular edition expected to be in print this fall. Interest in Home and School appears to be on the incline in Lethbridge with two additional schools addition to the seven involved last already expressing an interest in joining. Mrs. Jack reports she will be happy to outline the purpose of Home and School to any interested group. A commissioning service for New Guineau-bound Wycliffe missionaries Fraser and Diane Edwards will be held in the Christian and Missionary Alliance church on Sunday Aug. 11 at 7 p.m. The Edwards fly to New Guineau on Aug. 14. If you're an African violet enthusiast like Mrs. Bud 1903 6th Ave. has some 500 blooms in her a detour of several hundred miles is nothing especially if it means contacting another hobbyist with similar interests. This was the case when she left Highway No. 4 near to visit another with whom she had long and from whom she received leaves of varieties not included in her gigantic assortment. Mrs. Atwood exchanges African violet tips with cor- respondents as far away as Northern Scotland and Dawson Creek and claims she is continually learning more about the shy little plant she grows so profusely. Bill Buchan of assistant chef at such well known hotels as the Algonquin in St. and the Timberline at will be utilizing his culinary skills at Pioneer Lodge in much to the delight of the hundreds of campers who frequent this Foothills' camp spon- sored by the Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship. Women charge gov't WINNIPEG Nine named as plaintiffs for some 200 women employed as housekeeping aids at the Brandon Health the Selkirk Home for Mental Diseases and the Manitoba School for have charged the Manitoba govern- ment with sex discrimination with regard to wages. In a Court of Queen's Bench the women contend the government is paying female housekeeping aids in those in- stitutions substantially less than male institutional ser- vicemen who perform basical- ly the same work. The women are seeking a declaration that the govern- ment is in violation of the Human Rights Act and the Equal Pay Act and are asking damages equal to the difference between wage general damages and costs. Wages for the aids range from to a month compared with servicemen's wages ranging from to Executive installed Barons Order of the Royal Purple recently held its installation ceremonies in Barons for a new slate of officers. Installed as honored royal lady by district deputy Pat supreme installing was Marguarite Wobeck. She succeeds Jennie Barver. Other officers Nancy assistant royal Mary loyal Annie lecturing Margaret Mary Lorna Erickson. Sofie Gwen inner Mary outer Janice pianist. Club corner An open house at the permanent headquarters of Women's 605 10th St. will be held from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Thursday. Babysitting and transportation will be provided. Bring a coffee mug. For more phone 327-6917. WeeWhimsv Kevin Sneyd wil be wt ilw vt for Ns quou Send your child's quotation to thitpjpor. e GREEN'S ANNUAL SUMMER SHOE c Final 3 Friday Saturday DRESS SANDALS J CASUAL SANDALSlL tog. to pr. NOW ONLY Pr. BALANCE OF SUMMER SANDALS MUST GDI OFF REG. 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