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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 rut U'THSRIOGE HERAID Wednesday, 10, 1970 Family Y s Model YMCAl The Lfthbndse Family Y has received tina! notification from Hie X a I i o n a 1 Council o( YMCAs. head oitice in Toronto that the local branch has been chosen as one of 10 model YMs across Canada, said Ken Sponce. general secretary of ihe Family Y. A thorough physical educa- :ion self-examination will begin in the Family Y during Sep- tember and continue through- cut the year. The evaluation will determine how the YM measures up to present physical education levels. This will resolve any ne- cessary changes over the next three years. Russ Kisby. national physi- cal director, says? in a na- tional report, that the phil-1 nsopby cf physical education in j the YM should be an education approach through which the whole individual is influenced. Ken Spence says that rigid fitness programs are being j phased out of usefulness be-1 cause of the lack of individual-1 ity. I As weak points in the cur-1 rent program are located.; change will gradually be. im- i plemented. Dale Aasen. local YM physical director said no-: iiceable changes will not occur for approximately a year. A summation cf the examina-: lion findings will be submitted to the national council upon; completion. This report will i then be evaluated and passed j io other Canadian Ys for pas- j sible implementation. NEW LOOK FOR NURSES Seven nurses at Queen of Angels hospital in los Angeles put their best foot for ward in the new pants suit uniforms which have been mads optional attire for them. Hospital authorities said t the pants suits are more stylish and more functional than traditional skirts. Left to righ: Norma Megna, Mary Leh- man, Mittie Perkins, Joan Ornelas, Patricia Denis, Mary V. Yalor, and Merilda Hitchcock. Tamil the dau-v mdustrv and explain-: a ing the importance of the indus-' prospects of a proposed B o In is just great, according to j a Iraclions and Waterton Lakes have en- thused her. This is her first visit to southern Alberta and she would like to see more of it. Cress Youth and So.000 from the Sociclv as a u'holc. LYE S I TURN TO PAGE 9 Alter her husband died she re- j to fit and everybody was enthu- turned to Toronto, mulling over iclat' oLocal She said she dreamed up the idea while working abroad with her husband. held in the Thursday, at Masonic Hall, 8 p.m. Visiting BINGO MOOSE HALL 1234 3rd AVENUE NORTH WEDNESDAY at P.M. Jtickpol in 59 Numbers in 7 Numbejs 4th 8th 12 Games Doubled In 7 numbers 5 Cards JI.OO 2 FREE GAMES FREE CARDS DOOR PRIZE NO CHIIDREN UNDER 16 SPONSORED 8Y THE LOYAf ORDER OF MOOSE LADIES' SECTION LETHBRIDGE COUNTRY CLUB PATIO TEA and FASHION SHOW Friday, June 12th to p.m. AT THE CLUB HOUSE DECOR AND FASHIONS COURTESY OF ZELLER'S 75c Each Dress Very Informal members are invited to attend. Regular meeting of Major Jack Ross Chapter, [ODE will be held Friday at 2 p.m. in the home of Mrs. L. Skauge, 1802 Id Ave. S. rehabilitation house for alcohol- ic women opening in Leth- bridge, Thiu'sday at 7.30 p.m. in the Lerhbridgc Friendship Centre, comer of 1 Ave. and 5 St. S. Original Pensioners and Sen- ior Citizens Incorp. are plan- The regular meeting of the I ning their annual picnic Tues- day to leave the Civic Centre at 10 a.m. for Keho Lake Park. Members are requested to call Mrs. Warren at 327-3346 for in- formation regard ing trans- Dr. F. H. Mewburn OBE Chap- ter IODE will be held in the home of Mrs. A. S. Fumerton, 1714 13 Ave. S., Thursday at R p.m. All members are urged to attend for finalizing plans of the annual coffee party. j luck atfair. Members asked to Christian Science testimony bring knife and fork, meeting will be held Wednesday Ladies Auxiliary to FOE No. 2100 will hold the first meeting of the new term, Thursday at Hi Neighbor Club will hold dance Tuesday from 8 to p.m. at the Japanese United Church, 9th Ave. and 9th St. N. welcome. Liwh to be served. Regular meeting of V a s a Lodge No. 579 will be held Sun- day at 6 p.m. A pot-luck sup- per will follow the meeting. siastic." She then printed pamphlet: and got the Metropolitan To- ronto Convention and Tourist Bureau interested. When the project got under way last too late in t he started flowing hi immediately. She hired a friend as tour manager and university stu- dents as, guides and began ex- cursions. She and her crew take chil- dren to places such as the To- ronto Islands, the Planetarium, Casa Lorn a, the Royal Ontario Museum, city hall, the zoo and the Ontario Science Centre. The tours, mainly for children aged 5 to 13, are also available for local children. CitY at p.m. in the. church audi- j torium 1203 4 Ave. S. All are i welcome. 8 p.m. in the Eagles' hall, with newly-installed officers presid- ing. Hostesses are Mesdames: M. Zambaldi, H. Van Den Hengel, N. Ditrich, A. Golia. M. Bclokoski, Virginillo, L. Vir- jginillo and H. Virginillo. Cold Lake The Canadian Armed Forces, base, Cold Lake, has won the Steinhardt Trophy as the most proficient unit in the Air De- fense Command (Canadian component of Stationed at Cold Lake are Lieutenant D. Gordon McDon- ald, son of Mr. Stuart McDon- ald, 329 27th St. S. and Corporal Allan Roy Meheden, son of Mrs. Caroline Meheden, of the city. ;Kays scr JUNE LINGERIE SALE SALE JUNE 11 JUNE 20 "Safin lady" Group in Pink, White and White Sand. 10.00 NOW Reg. 6.00 ____ NOW PANTIES "o'w 2.58 OTHER GREAT SUMMER SAVINGS I SPRING SUITS AND UTILITY COATS 1A off BATHING SUITS by COLE and CALALIXIE SUMMER DRESS AND COAT ENSEMBLES 25% off UETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA OPEN THURSDAY TILL 9 P.M. Archbishop Here Sunday Archbishop Andrew of Ed- monton, Ukrainian Greek Or- thodox aichibishop for Alberta, will attend special services Sumlay morning at the Leth- bridge Ukrainian Greek Ortho- dox Church on 13th St. N. The services will feature blessings on the forthcom- ing crop season part of the church's annual celebrations. SCO1 Vacation titne will lake you your kind of action is. Make you, where travel companions the kind of free-swinging, fun-loving fashions just right for double Fun and carefree vacation. See our en- tire go-everywhere collection scon! See such fun-loving Fashions as: 9 Alpaca Sweaters Terry Co-Ordinates Many more to choose from OPEN THURSDAY TILL 9 P.M. 313 6th St. 5. Ph. 327-2244 THE MARK OF A PROFESSIONAL Prompl Attention Given To Mail Orders BENEFIT SHOES LTD. 3 DAY WHILE THEY LAST SHOP Visit Our Drapery Department BIG SAVINGS THOUSANDS OF YARDS IN STOCK DRAPERY FARBICS WASHABLE PLY UNEhJ 1.75 Printed or wide. SPECIAL YD SAVE SPECIALS! PRINTED KOPSACK