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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta A Calendar Of Loco! Happenings THE Solurrioy, June tS, 1970 THE LE1HBRIDGE HtRAlD }Jv J llartmwn, Uislrk-i lloiuv. Economist. AiiminMralMi Tiro Minus Oiw Glut) will hold 1 a social Monday nl 8 p.m. 111 Soutliimnster t'hurdi. upper hall. All unattached persons are welcome to attend I in further information ivll 127 14-18, I The Teen Cli'fs will lie hold- ing a bake sale Thursday from 5 to p.m. I" llle College j Mall. All "11 baking will be Regular TOE will be held tonigM at Kaglfs Hail at I 3 p.m. Jackpot of in numbers. Regular whist party at La- ales of the Old Timers Pcmmi- can Club will be held Tuesday Bt 8 p.m. in the club rooms, cor- ner of 'Ail St. and 5 Avo. S. Prizes and refresivmeuts. Ev- eryone welcome. Independent Order of Forest- ers will hold s general meeting at the Dorothy Gooder School, Thursday at p.m. rv Ann Landers UEnlt A Ms I I think I'm the -divorcee'- that Uinsing mutter is worried about. Only I am not a divorcee. My husband was killed in Vietnam. The motto- is concerned lwcaii.se hoi- Iti-yciir-old sen is spending too much time over here. Yon told her not to get hysterical -and to have a low-key chat with the Imy. 1 don t agree with vour advice, Ann. The trouble with ttot mother is she has done loo much "chatting" and not enough listening. The toy comes over to mv house because he needs someone to talk to. It s pathetic live way he pours out his heart to me. It s obvious nobodv else '.rill give him a chance to talk. She doesn't need to worry about him sowing any mid oats over here. .1 am bis "mother confessor" and nothing more. I'm highly nattered thai she lias such notions. The bov doesn't, so she can relax on that score. A "real many parents feel they should do all the talk- ing And this is why so many kids go outside the family to express their feelings. Tell it like it is.-Lansmg zina of Cocildale recently celebrated Iheir 50lh wedding anni versary will) a family gathering at the home of their son, Mr Frank Sleiina also of Coaldale. Mr. and Mrs, Slezma came to Chin area in 1927 moving to Coaldolo to farm in 1936. Snniiner is a fine ex- piiiiiiii. to'- young Kv- m Miitiii; person needs such liapiiiness. It jihould bring liiin a bene- f i nl fricndsbips ind i growing appreciation of nature. Truly his expiTiencv ic i.in give him a glimpse into the infr-ite care lor all I tin if the universe. and Irai-niiii" in na- tini s setting has many mein- 1 oui s I or me it includes early 1 mot in sounds of nature, Hie I null of breakfast smoke, and I iM.ii the Rt'oup fun of colorful Tin itui stage production under 1 y it pines, with moonlight flooding Hie whole outdoor Ihe.'i- berta. Junior Kanni.-rs' Union i these start at points in Alberta Norlliern Alberta Aiberta, Dairv Pool, Uniled Ka.'iners of I Sponsorship ol camper in- voiyos tile cost of Co-operative Ltd., Uii-' hjm, farm, United Grain Growers j or there are Ltd. othei wiirrrs of sponsorship, The program will lUmie and .School 1 skills in leadership and com-1 (ion. local or nationwide inunitv development, a hike, j nesses. Cliambers of Coin und a" various recrea-1 nieree. savings and credit un- 1 lion activities. Hut (here will be ions, In-Om Affairs, rural elec-' i specific programs such as "You trification associations, co-op- j and Your "You and endive associations and tniscel- !lhe Community" and "Co-oper-; lancous clubs and organizations, atives are People." i to name just a lew. I Paramount is the fact that! June 2ii the deadline its' i much of the program will be applications. The forms may be 'developed as the participants! obtained Iran any of Ihe sup- empress their desire and need, (polling or your The cost for each participant local office of Intension and I1EUI3 TO STAY I LONDON (AP> Pantyhose j will not go out with the mini- I skirts in Britain, a survey indi- i cates. The Britain Consumer Council's magazine Focus said j a recent London poll showed 9U per cent of women under age 35 1 will stick with pantyhose what- ever happens. SHOE SIlOliTAGK WOLVERHAMPTOX. E n g. j (API Women with large feet I have written to Hence Short, a i Staffordshire IIP. complaining about manufacturers' limited 1 selection of large shoes. Mrs. 1 Short, who wears sire 8'z. says: "The manufacturers don't give i a damn about people with large i feet." i The 1071) Farmers' Union am I C'0-cpcrative Development As- sociation Youth Seminars are i such an opportunity for all Al- berta's youth hehveen Ihe ages of aiid 21) years. The semin- ars will be held at Hie Junior 1FUA. Goldeye Lake Training I Centre, about 110 miles west ol i lied Deer. i The Supporting organizations are: Alberta Livestock Co-oper- ative. Alberta Wheat Pool. Cen- tral Alberta Dairy Pool. Co-op- it' is for UK- week. This in- I eludes accommodation a n d meals while at camp and trans- Colleges Division. Alberta De- partment of Agriculture. Ad- ministration Building poriaiion from a central point j bridge._____________ to and from camp, in addition there will be a So registration I'.syCIIUTJC' eralive Activities Branch, j operative Insurance SeiVices. I Federated Co-operatives Ltd.. 'Farm Women's Union of Al- I Seminar B will be from July VICTORIA Ernest 1 19 lo 25. Bus No. 4 will leave Becker, a behavioral science so- line Bus Depot at Lethbridge at dolcgist at Simon I-'rascr Um- 9 a.m.. Sunday, July 19. The versity in Bnniaby. recently jbus will stop at certain places told liie IMh scier.iific session of: on rente, such as Fort M.aclcod I the British Columbia Family i and Claresholra. for the conven- i Physicians Assodation li e re i icnce of those who wish to meet j that most of Hie world's politi- 'the bus along the way. j cal leaders are psy- Othcr seminars Iwgin on July choiic" and '.nly "divine uiter- j2 2B and August Buses to vention" can hclu mankind. express DEAR LANSING: You did and thank you. ANSWER THESE 5 QUESTIONS DE-Vlt ANN LANDERS: 1 am very hurt and I need TOUT help. A card club I have belonged to for five years was disbanded last month. I couldn't understand why. I- heard vesierday thai the club is now meeting again and they teve asked someone in my place. The reason: They re- sented mv his retirement he has been kibitz- in" the game when the woman played at our home, t didn't realize the women didn't like to have him around The truth i< he has no interests now other than mine, t hate to admit it. hut be lias been getting on my nerves, too What should be Lauderdale DFAR FORT- More women are writing about this prob- lem now than ever before. 1 urge you all to make every effort to get your retired husbands involved in activities lhav will take them away from the house. Florida has some good Golden Age Clubs. There are volunteer jobs to be done. Investigate. .Look in the phone book under Orgamzanoiis. i Check Item out with the Chamber of Commerce. Don t let I HIS retirement, ruin your life. ______ m- WOULD YOU LIKE guaranteed employment after graduation? i yes i month srn'C training? 1 j Job's 'Daughters Install Officers Officers of Bethel No. 2. of the International Order of Job's. Daughters' recently held their c e r e in o n y of installation. Theme far the ceremony was Youth, Heart of the World with M tuition fees paid? Ah allOWan'.-K lor books? Travel expenses work? i if your is yes, all these can he yours under the 2-year government- assisted program of uni- versity training designed to help students in obtain- ing Certificates as Dental Auxiliaries and Diplomas as Dental Hygienists, job placemen! after com- pletion of Hie 2-year course is assured by the Department of Health, MAIL THIS COUPON OR FACSIMILE i-Ori DETAILS r. I Send to: t l Director oi Oeriljl Mr. E. Bastedo as master ceremonies. Betiring Honoml Queen, Gail j Eastedo. was assisted m the installation by Installing Guide, Editl) Wrajr PHQ; InstftUing Marshal, Feggy Wray PHQ; Installing Recorder, Barb Barnes PHQ; Installing Chap- j lain, Judy Bisler PHQ; Install- i ing Musician, Ray Georgeson; Installing Senior CustodUm, AT- j lene Sallenbach PHQ; Installing Junior Custodian, Sheila j Hughes'PSP. t Officers installed were Hon- ored Queen, Madeline Wray; 1 Senior Princess, Laura Story; Junior Princess. Terry Thorn- ton; Guide, Pat Band; Marshal, Katiiy Turner: recorder, Mar- garet Cook; chaplain, Adrienne Kwaszek; Treasure1, Gayle Benjanmi; librarian-senior custodian, An- nette Green; junior custodian, Cathy Henderson; first messen- ger, Delaine Stuber; second j messenger. Kelly Sinclair: I third messenger, Betty A very; I fourth messenger. Aria Cai- man; fifth messenger, La- raine Gray. Escorts for the eve- ning were the Lethbridge Order of Delfolay. THE BETTER HALF By Bpb Barnes ealth I Health Services Department ot H I Administration Duilrlmg 109 St. R 9S Awe, j EDMONTON r, "I'd show you my film of the Hawaiia dancer giving me a lesson, but i doesn't have o 'G' rating. city or l town.......... g'-irtf- compleled PROVINCE OF .ALBERTA l DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH DRY CLEANING ONE WEEK ONLY STARTING MOM., JUNE 15th t MEN'S 2-PCE. SUITS 4 J9 OR LADIES' PLAIN 2-PCE. SUITS THIS IS CASH AND CARRY ONIY 1 BENJAMIN'S CLEANERS-TAILORS i, BtOCK NORTH OF YATES CENTRE AT 317 lOlh STREET SOUTH ...BLUE CROSS (SiSTS BECAUSE: DIFFERENTIAL CHARGES HOME NURSING CARE CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY AMBULANCE SERVICES ORUGS NATURQPATH1C Effective July 1st, 1970, eveiy Albertan, regardless of age ee health., can obtain Blue Cross proteciiosi on either a Group or Non-Group basis. GROUP COVERAGE Single or married persons employed where a Bltife Cross group Is, .-.an be established msy obtain Blue Cross the feftwins rilte.1.: GROW MONTHLY RATES Single S1.2a Sroup iption (Sea nt m NON-GROUP COVERAGE Mbertans who obtain Blue Cross membership on s tsn obtain identical benefits st greatly reduced by Anulyine io and paying the required Blue Cross subscri rate', to" Ihc Alberts Health Care Insurance Commission Alberta Health Carp. Insurance Commission OTvertiscmei tin's paper) or Applying directly io Blue Cross and by paying subscription ofr NON GROUP RATES QUARTERLY ANNOAI Single 8.70 S34.80 Family 117.40 569.60 fates osyabte on s fluarteny, semi amvn'. a; ennos' P351S NOTE.: Ilie spstially fedmed fates in (i) above are awilable only lo those residents who do not qualify lor Group enrolmeni .ind only to those who make application snd psynienls lo Iht Wbarta Health Care InsuiaiKC Commission. Aaaitional mtormation on Alberta Blue Cross GROUP Coverage is available irom flrms of businosaos, having 3 or moie employees, and by whom the applicant .s emplojed, on NON-GROUP Coverage if available from Alberta Health Care Commission, Bat 1360. Ftlmonion 15 Alberta. ALBERTA BLUE CBOSS PLAN Edmonton Calgary ;