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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LFTHBR1DGE HERALD _ Monday, Mnrch 1972 calendar i i ('Idling To Know Vnti Kreenlly the Caundiun Men- tal Health Association loyal branch sponsored a Helling to Know You Day. There are so many examples of people wlu> stay at home till the liino or associate with Ilie same people all the time and some wlio don't even seem ID kmnv the people around them. The YWCA is starling new j .spring soon, and thesp provide a wonderful on- inent of program name change in program. lU'ins of InU'i'csl 1. The YWCA is very pleased to a [i n o u H c e the relmn of Deanne Dearing for our yoga classes. Deanne has been enrolled in in Kootcnay .Boy, B.C. ilrr yoga classes promise to be even more interesting with a new wealth of experience and knowledge. Plea so keep your eyes peeled for further noijce. it oca IiappeniiicU TOIihridge Quola Club is hold- liu-ir regular meeting Tues- day, March H at in the Gas Company Auditorium. Members of Preceptor Etn Chapter. Beta Sigma Phi. will hold (heir next meeting at j p.m. on Tuesday in Ihe home of tlioir hostess, Mrs. D. Robinson, stli Ave. S. The program will be presented by chapter j member Mrs. F. lieazer of 1 Cardslon. The V scvrs its programs to ing s.'mh'ur'fi cVi-amic o; Ihc community and tries lo; cration 11Mt moi provide a casual atmosphere j I.. I 'ti1 for people to feel that the'.' be-J n' Ion Ami also (o provide BabysHUng will he provided nlru-P for n rnmrnrm in- at the Btwman Art CcnLrc whore tho transportation will originate. 3. TLris is the final week of YWCA sses will ipped up We hope to sen everyone rp- enrollecl in tlie Spring Session, j meeting place for a common in- whci-e people can gath- often we seem to t ,3' is the .final ourselves lo the extent thai we the wintcr fusion of don't get to know one another. ami all class t h i c be "Tapped Up. Perhaps this spring you should join a YWCA class ami we'll get to know you. you'll get to know us, and we'll all get to know one another, Spring Programs W i t h spring upon us, tlie YWCA has some new and ex- citing programs hope tvill be of interest to you. Tennis Instruction and moth- j Ex-cabbie aiming at Tennis instruction and moth- j cr and pre-school swim are just j 111 i two of the rcn- programs. All our other programs, ju- nior and advanced gymnastics. .1 dull guitar, synchronized swimming, tiny lois creative dancing, ladies keep lit and swim, keep fit and bridge, English, Take-a-Brcak, Blue Triangles and Y Teens, will be offered agsin in the .spring session. Watch for further announce- Monday, Mar. 13 JACKPOT 52 NOS. "20 AtARM BINGO" SI Gold Card Pay Double Door Prize-Free Cards {Many other extras) Regular Cards 25c or 5 (or SI 53fh St. and 6th Ave. 'A' N. No children under 16 allowed NEW YORK (AP) At tiie age of 21, Doumiese Hawkins has been a cab driver, a letter carrier, an office superintend- ent and a clerk. She says she likes her present job best. She's a jackhammer operator, pick-and-shovel woman and Ihe first female general utility mechanic ever employed by lire Consolidated Edison Co. "I just like working with my she explained. Dournicse met reporters re- cently as she worked with a re- pair crew digging up a gas line. It was only her second day on the job, hut the 4-foot 11-inch woman was already talking about working up to crew chief. an out o town Xi Nu Chapter, Beta Sigma Piii. recently entertained hus- bands of t h c members at a curling social. Hosts for the oc- casion were Mr. anti Mrs. Ray Chambers. QUICK..... THRIFT BULK..... COIN.OPERATED PER US. BY THE POUND Minimum per order LEE DUCK DRY CLEANERS 330 I3th ST- N PHONE 327-2770 OF PIANOS AND ORGANS Discounts of lo Prices effective till March 30lh Reg. SALE S795 CCMC e-anf- rice difference is less than 7 cents per dozen eggs between one size and the next smaller size in the same grade you will get more for your money by drying Ihe larger size. Q. How do eggs rate as a nutritious food? A. They are an excellent source of protein. In fact, egg protein is so near perfection !hat scientists often use it as i standard lo measure tho va- lue of protein in other foods. mins D and A, riboflavin, and iron in significant amounts. Q. Are eggs and white shelled eggs equal- ly good? A. Yes. Shell color is deter- mined by the breed of the hen and docs not affect the grade, nu'i'itive value, flavor, or cook- ing performance of the egg. Q. Should eggs be cooked at high temperatures? A. No. Cook at moderate, to low Both high temperatures and over-cocking toughen eggs. Besides that they contain Vita- c, listening to the detailed description of his illness, "ITCHING TORMENT Was Killing Me.. UriJiJ fnunil a inctlication nurt got relief." Sufferers of vaginal I tell, rectal Itch; underarm Itch. rash, scalps, eczema report n proven formulation called BICOZENK stops Itching ngony fait. This unique crcrnc medication flgtili IrrlintlnK bacteria, relievos slinging anrt hurnlnK while It gently soothes tender, inflamed tissue. In seconds natural starts ns the urse to scratch stops. So for welcome relief, 1st. Easter Perm Special! In effect till Saturday, April Istl 15.00 Regular 12.50 Regular 10.00 6 Qualified Operators [o Serve Youl B J Hair Sfylmgs Sdon Ltd. 504 4lh Avenue S. Phones 328-3650 S) SIMPSONS-SEARS Winners of "It's Spring at Simpsons-Sears" Contest Ladies' Spring Wardrobe was won by MRS. R. J. LUNDGREN of 1703 30lh St. S., Lethbridge. Presentation was made by Mr. Ston Clay, Simpsoni. Sears Merchandise Manager. O Spring Car Tuno-up was won by LaVERNE HAMABATA of 328 12 B St. N., Lethbrldgn. Presen- tation was mode by Mr. Ron Passey, Simpsons- Seori Merchandise Manager. The Drow was mode Saturday, March 4lh CONGRATULATIONS lo boll, those ladies from the slaff and management of Simpsons-Soars. ;