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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuojtlay, Juni 2, 1970 THE mHBRIDGE HERAU3 I w.xV (Caten f f cLocal St. PuU-kk's will hold jus monthly mccling day ;it U p.m. in the Rectory Heeling Houm. Women are asked to brinR a dish towel for the CWL cupboard; also mem- bership dues. Kcv. J. A. Carroll will be speaker. A spe- cial invitation is extended to new members. The final meeting of the George MeKillop Horns and School will be held on Wednes- day, at (i p.m. A short business meeting will be followed by speaker Doug Kometz, who will show a film and discuss fire safety in the home. Nor-Alon Family Group meets tonight at 8 o'clock at 418 13 St. N. Christian Science testimony meeting will be held Wednes- day at p.m. in the church auditorium, 1203 4 Ave. S. All ae welcome. Friendship Lodge No. IIS, LA to UTU will hold its regu- lar meeting Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the IOOF Hall. Mem- orial service will be held at p.m. Members are re- quested to bring usual lunch. Jn _yvW own Misses Debbie Hay and Bunny Sinclair of Canadian Forces Base, TVenton, On! are guests in the city at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Hoy. Campus Corner Columns Needed The Herald and Leisler's Music is opening its Campns Corner column to the public for the summer months. Any youth between the ages of 16- 20 wishing to submit mate- rial for this column should contact the Family Desk in writing or by calling 328-1411. The Herald reserves the right to edit all copy which should be typewritten, ap- proximately 300-500 words in length and accompanied by name, address, present school, and picture is pos- sible. Payment will be standard rate for the column. Deadline for Friday publication is noon Thursday. TOURIST HUT GIRLS Left to right, Donna Thackray, 1 o, a Unversily of Alberia firsf year physiotherapy siudenf; Ceiia Laycock, 18, a University of Leihbridge first year pre- education student; and Diana Pommen, 19, a University of Lethbria'ge first library-science student will be working in the two Leihbridge tourist huts for the summer. Tha three were taken on a tour of Southern Alberta by the Travel ond Convention Association of Southern Alberta to get better acquainted with the tourist attractions. All three are from Leihbridge. The tourist huts this year will bs open from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. seven days c week from May 31 until Sept. 9. ami Vancouver Dress Designer Rejects Both Mini, Midi Ann Landers VANCOUVER (CP) A Vancouver fashion designer who described as "gruesome" the sight of miniskii'ted office BINGO RAINBOW HALL 1401 5tli Avenue N. TUESDAY, JUNE 2nd ot 8 p.m. 1st Jackpot 575, 58 Not.; 2nd Jackpot 55 Noj. Free and Games, 25c per Card, 5 Cards 3 Free Games Door Prize No Children Under 16 Years of Age Sponsored By A.U.U.C. Association LETHBRiDGE FISH GAME ASSN. WEDNESDAY AT 8 P.M. lltfll BINGO IN THE NEW EAGLES HALL BLACKOUT 53 NUMBERS-FREE CARDS 3 JACKPQTS (4th, 8th ond 12th) in 7 Numbers LADIES' AUXILIARY CANADIAN LEGION BINGO 8 p-m- Air Conditioned Memorial Hall 4th Game 17fh Game 8th Game in 7 Numbers if 4th Game not won 12 Games Exlra Cards 25c Lucky Djaw 1st Game Blackout Door Prize Standard Games Doubled if Won in 7 Numbers in first 12 games TICKET GIVEN TO WINNERS OF ALL GAMES PEDESTAL DINETTE SUITE (INTERIORS) LTD. Open Thursday till 1 p.m. 912 3rd AVJ. S. Phone 328-5777 girls and dicted the early demise of the style, also has her reserva- tions about the new midi look. Barbara Rcutlcy said in an interview that she personally prefers a fcomlina just below tha rounded part cf the knee. "That length is mori. compli- mentary to most women the best proportion-wise. "But knee length is teo safe and conservative for fashion." Mrs. Roulley feels that the mid-calf, length often has the effect of the wearer took "older and draggy." "It can also be overwhelm- ing, particularly in blight col- ors." She described hsr own reac- tion to the sight cf herself in a new, mid-calf-length spring outfit in yellow: "in a yellow midi I look not like a daffodil but like a wiicle field cf fcm." But is happy to see hemlines coining down. "Women (vent overboard on minis, which were tea kind to Uxm." MEN DISLIKE THEM Mrs. Rcutley says ste has yet to talk to a man who wants to sec longer skirts, but she thinks women will ba happy with them, once they adjust. is change. People protest ar.d say they would never wear such-and-such, but they do. Women Like to leak different." Mrs. K o u 11 e y said that "buyers are afraid to buy anything short now, for fear they get stuck with it." "When women go shopping for fall outfits they will find the mid-calf length every- where and will gradually be- j come accustomed to it. I "By Christmas it will be j with us." I Mrs. Routlsy feels the Iran- sition will be gradual, with hemlines "creeping down." j "The braver ones will j branch into longer lengths j right she said, while others will begin by lengthen- ing the clothes they now have until they slowly get used to the feeling ar.d look of longer skirts. I Another form cf transition she suggested would become popular is a midiskirt button- ing at the bottom. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Everything in the world is chang- ing and your column is a faithful reflection of those changes. So why don't you say something about society's unfair criti- cism of the married man who is forced to seek tha warmth and companionship of someone other than his wile? I was a faithful husband of 11 years. One evening it dawned on me that wife had, in the space of a single hour, com- plained that I blew my nose too hard and looked "very old" in my new glasses. She criticized my table manners, my pos- ture and the grammar of the girl who run? my office switch- board. And then she lectured me for 30 minutes because I pay enough attention to her at a family dinner. The very next morning I responded in a most natural way to tiie kindness and tenderness of the first ivoman who spoke to me my secretary. For the past several months we have enjoyed a wonderful, warm relationship. She makes me feel like a my wife never did. I am happy in her presence, yet there are very few places we can go because of unfair, unrealistic, archaic rules up by society. I cannot j divorce my wife because her fatter ov.'ns the business. Emo- j tionally however, I left her ago. There's a lesson here. I j hope those who need it get Color Me Gone DEAR MR. GREAT-HEART: No point in trying to reach you since you're Gone. To others who are still around and having similar prcblems, T suggest that you verbalize those feelings shout your wife to her not to make an attempt lo henl year sick marriage. Or should I color you yellow? THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "Sometimes Cupid's little arrow lias a barbed hook on its Have your rugs professionally cleaned by pioneers in the 18 years experience. Phone for an estimate.' FOR FREE PICK UP AND DELIVERY CAU BENJAMIN'S CLEANERS-TAILORS 317 lOlh St. S. (Masonic Ulljj.) Plions 357-5771 Council 0 Bv SUSAN BECKER WINNIPEG (CP) After being involved with the National Council of Women for at least 20 years, Mrs. John of Saskatoon was elected the organization's president at its annual meeting here Monday. Mrs. Hnatyshyn, widow of the Conservative senator appointed in 1959, said in an interview later that ?he is the first National Council president from Women Executive Tix; council was formed in termJncd m their efforts t> 1J593 to promote the bt-Uerment safeguard c'uncil's vitality of the family and stale. Tha I Tlw executive member.' Saskatchewan Provincial Coun- 1 elected are: vice-presidents -cil cf Women joined it in 1915. Miss S. M. Stcadmen. of Olta Today the council claims to Mra. C. W. Meilisli of Van represent through its federated I couvci, Mrs. A. W. Swan d societies absul 7SO.OOO women Montreal, Mi-s. 11. T. Vsrtty o from all provinces. Montreal, Mrs. A. G. Volpe o Mrs. Hnatvslmi succeeds Mf' Mrs. S. M. Milne of Winnipeg rf ,ho had been president Tc, V tllrpc >'ears' N. L. Ferrieo of Toronto, Mrs. Milne told about 100 responding secretary is Mrs. F Receives Degree Mrs. Marie Taylor B.Ed., (nac Marie Whilcfcorn) of Edmonton formerly cf Leihbridge has received her bachelor of arts degree at tie University of Alberia spring convocation i1-. Edmonton. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell E. Whitehorn of that more than "a ren- js ,v B of cultures" is needed Toronto, f.-i the cc'oiKiil's con- j strength. An assessment of the value of Hie council's SHU'S LUCKY existence was required. LIVERPOOL. Eng. (CP) She said that while retaining Eleanor Andrews of nearb> ths high optimism in the conn- Rainhiil filled in a footba! cil's future, she had noticed a pools coupon which had slipped mocd of restlessness in it. 1 her husband's inir.d. It was the But tills could be interpreted 'first time (he 58-year-old can-as a healthy sign, along with teen had done a coin-evidence that manv executive plcte coupon and she won members were vigilant and de-; EASY SOLUTION CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) G-ma Lollobrigida, here for a series c-i performances, has an easy solution to her skirl problems. Phe told reporters it s mini for summer, inaxi for SEE THE GREATEST EVER THE NEW DYNEL WIG ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dentol Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. -tg First TVith in Southern Alberta" jf- f -r- RUBY PIER SON Shoppers' World WW I V9 Ph. 328-2566 {L. The smartest telephone in Canada. So convenient, its introduction has caused a rage. You dial, talk, listen, and re-call in the palm of your hand. You only replace the receiver when you have finished using the Cpntempra. Smart anywhere in your home. On the wall, desk or kitchen counter. Five bright colors warm white, pale yellow, beige, deep blue and green. Available now. 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