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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 'HE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday. Mnith 77. 107? lloiue (uid school fedei'diion Ms election of officers h Mrs, IVn tlmlkii of Kiinuni-1 ton eloi'tal president ulu-ii [lie AllvTt.i I'YclvvcUion at Ilium' and School AsstK'ialioiis wnuml up its unnual convention in Rrtl IVcr. Hai'kmi! up Mrs. llnvtku as (itiiiles I he thnnmh the next year be Mrs, T. .lackson. ScoHield. Mrs. i; Daviiisou. Kurt McMurray, Mr. Caster. Ktiinoiuon anil Mrs. M'. Hougeau. Cliiny. Mrs. J. A, IAII-I-, Cars-lairs is JMS: The aiiiiitlon of a third region- al vice p-ivsident to Iho execu- tive, lo rjoi'e .-u'equaicly seru> the northern jv.rl of ills? irve. ivas seen as nece.ssary lo injure dual ami equal palion in akKv.tion. "l-'dnention is onr ity." said Mrs. Hnylka, must not only Iwome partaer-s witli onr students in their win- cation but v.'itli their teachers.'1 One of the prime efforts tliis year towards tlic introduction of the medic sys- tem in the elementary math cnrricnlnm in an attempt to have Alberta students prepared to meet the change from the Knglistl system to (lie metric system which, it was felt, will not be lonji in A resolution to this effect was passed hut two dissenting votes hy the delegates at this Kappa Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi. will hold a model meet ing and elections at p.m. on Tuesday in (he home of Mrs. Kliinula Sehindcler, JjOl 10 Ave. S. 'Mie program, pur- pose: e-.iioyment of music, will be presented by Mrs. Pat Pet- erson and Mrs. Linda Flamon. Hostesses will be Mrs. Claudia Trince ami Mrs. Kay Railie Tan Chapler, Beta S i g til a Phi, will inret at 8 p.m. Tues- day in the borne of Mrs. Sher riii Sarsfield. 2B2--i 13 Avc. S, Co-hosless will be Mrs. Sylvia nnd ttie program, po- ctry into music, will pre- senlcd by Mrs. Vcrna Blair and Mrs. liarnes. Members are rcnniulcd that elertKns will lielif at this meeting DY TI! BAIITSI.V.N. OTSTKICT HOME ECONOMIST 1'ereeptor Beta Sigma Plii munhers will hold i regnfar meeting at Hi? home linyiny sheets and i good Medium weight j of Mrs. C. M. van :ler 2917 cases involves th.e muslin bas a thread count ot Xorlh Parkside Drive this of a fair sum of money wiih it is a good quality eco-[ Tuesday, March 23 at p.m. the anticipation of good service i nomy sheet, which is easy lo v for manv years. There's satis- j launder and gives excellent i faclion 'for the bomemakcr service. Heavy muslin has a. Sigma ami Xtlola chapters who knows how to buy from the i thread count of MO. It is strong, i Bcta rhi, will hold n 50 per ccat polyester 5'J per cent or 100 per cent i weight, softer cotton. Apparently the fortrel musiin sheets. and cotton sheets ami cases, weight percale, thread count are taking over the market. wears fairly well in homo to launder. v.-ill presented by Mrs. Ken- neth Mrs. Hardy Keilsen Mrs. Keith Errlmann will present the program, easy and informal, for XI Iota. Sigma T b Summer programs offered by rescue manosnvrcs, portaging, the YMCA give b-jlh canoe repair and maintenance, old a choice of intcresiing ac- water safety. [or canoeing, and biking, survival Coming up m.k-klv is a lam- i procedures, planning and pre- ilv camping course: ecmm-..nc-, meals first aid. nig Wednesday. April 5 and run- At the end ot tins course, ning for 10 I there will n five-day canoe A general meeting for those i cant pout trip, inlercslcd will be held in the nil-! Plans have alsn been made purpose room of tha YMCA, at to conduct I! p.m. on that date. for girls 13 conr.-? will offer instrnc- up. t on and prr.ciical cxp-rienc? in photography. Iwating and afety, fisliing, cocking, fashion program years of age iind inenl. viewing hislorical sites, sanitation, and a final campaut to bs held at the end of the course. The eight week program is co ordinated to bring about more confidence and awareness of fashions, help with posture, and covers various types of mo- delling. Included will be the proper application of make-up, street A weekly schedule of pro _ giams, including brochures and pius appiy bandouts will be mads available and genera] at Ihe first Cost for the course will be i i an election of offi- Cotton sheeting is of UJ-U alMi percale and muslin. I dimlifv nerc'ite thread i flUad count is an important colmt ]s Lurioii, wears i ccre for Ulc >'rar- factor in wcarabihty. It tells wcn js inost expensive. 11 is j how closely the sheeting fabric i Often labelled '-Combed Per- The Quota Club dinner meet- per family. Canosing hiking will also tie a featured program, begin- ning .Monday, April 10, with Mr. Vv'endcl Mills as instructor. Condiibnlng classes will be- gin Monday, April 17 from fi ,10 p.m. Instruction will bc hrir csre and styles. Tre course is structured and is woven, that is itic number ot ttill hc bcld at pm on threads per square inch length-J whcn your ehoico be-1 Tuesday at Erickscn's Family plus crosswise which are woven into the sheet. Muslin is made from short, staple carded, yarns of cleaned raw cotton. Lightweight muslin, with a thread count of is loosely woven having coarse, uneven yarns, poor texture and short service. It is low in price and not recommended for a ware of a ''loaded" sheel, winch is produced by R backfilled fin- ish of a combination of starch Restaurant. Members and friends of the and china clay. Tins fills the: Lsthbridge QUola clui, avc lx cloth and gives the appearance tjiat bridge ,rill bc of weiglit. To check for_ tins. vl B p m on at the condition nib the sheet firmly YMCA Wli ,hat has Ivelwecn the hands and snap: rmv 75 Kals WOMSN'S AUXILIARY ID UTHBrtlOGE MUNICIPAL HOSPITAt THANK All who supported Iheir bridge parly Prize winners were: High-MUP.lEl BARP.ONV Low-HElEN DOADT Hiddon-MYRILE THACKRAY Th? public is invited to come and enjoy nn evening of square the fabri briskly. If the sheet is loaded, a fine wliile or grey powder appears. It washes out with the first laundering to leave a sleazy, poor-wearing sheet, The best time to buy sheets 'tlav m st- Augustine's parish and pillowcases is during tlw hall- Hound dance practise will and round dance fun the Vr'hirl-A-Ways at p.m. Mon- sales. A booklet entitled, 'Your Lin- be held at p.m. All square dancers are welcome, and wo- CUT OFF WEIFARE Jacqueline Collum, 34-year-old molher of Ihree children dying from a rare nerve disease, is pictured in Ihe kilchc-n of her home with Kathleen, 12, one of Ihe youngsters. Because so many donations poured in wilh letlers in fore- ground when her plight became known, she is bsing cut off welfare. Offiicals, who say they have no alternative, say she will lose her monthly grant, food stomps and the small home she lives in rent-free. dcsigncct wiih enjoyment in It will commence Thursday, April 13, wilh ICIisha liasmus- as ivislvuctor. The first meeting mil be held in the all-purncsc room of the from p.m. and the YMCA nt 8 p.m. tical workout from p.m. in the YMCA pool. Inclined in the course con- Fcr furlhcr information con- ceming all prcorams, please conlact Virginia Reid, program tent will be canoe safely and I director, YMCA. Plan to Spend With Us! en Closet' is available from I men are askeil to please bring I Miss Elizabeth Dnrtman; Dis-1 a box lunch. Irict Home Economist, Admin- istration Lothbrcige. QUICK THRlfi BULK COIN-OPERATED CLEANING rljr PER IB. BY THE POUND per LEE DUCK 330 13th ST. 327-2770 Members of tho Women's Auxiliary {o the Lclhbridge Municipal arc remind- ed of the meeting ;it 0 a.m. Tuesday in Jhe nurses; lounge, to make patients.' tray 1 favr.rs for Knstcr. Woinen of Uni- i Friendship Centre. Members are asked to bring three doz- en cookies. and every day we make it easy to get around Canada No matter where you fly in Canada, we make it easier to get around, because we've got more flights for you to choose from. Every day of the week. So you can take off and arrive when you want to, when if s most convenient. Come see what you've been missing... a schedule that's more likely to fit in with your own. Give us a call. AIR CANADA MONTREAL fCPl Alice Melaruson, mother of four small hoy.s, is trying to raise her family fuone nnd on welfare and is determined to do (lie job right. Sc-parated from her Imsband for more ttian three years, she lives on a monthly income of afid family allow- ance included. Her eventual aim is lo Heave welfare behind, and study social work at a university. been there, 1 know what! it's like and I ivani to she srid in an But hss been by social agencies to stay at home until her youngest son Timothy, j 3, is of st'hool age, j rent a bright, clean a1.2-room i east-end apartment and mere i than S100 a monlh for food. j "Food is tncst important. Other Ihings you c.in do without f you have to, but growing kids [save got to eat properly." She buys her groceries in two-week lots and niakes gener- ous use of hearty stews and vegc t a ble -soup s wb1 ch don' t !akc a lot of she i said. "I just throw in whatever 1 happen to have in the fridge at i the High on Alice's grocery list are fresh fruit and vegetables, milk and eggs. i She buys meal from an European butc'rer who's been Uic family butcher for a long lime. "He's got good rnent buys I get soup bonos from him for docs that ever i j FKi.T r.Cll.TV Aiic? ha.s managed to come to terms with herself n.s a welfare recipient. "It was really rough at first, I j felt guilty EUK! almost everyone less of us be- cause we were on welfare. "It depresses you whcm yon don't have monpy. You feel you have absolutely nothing and you begin to hate yourself, Rut on the advice of the Victorian Order of IMIFSC.S i had Ihreo months psycJiiatne se.-.sions and began lo like myself again. "It made me realize that things weren't really liopdc.ss UElcss I let myself I'm not going to he on welfare for- Welfare "is necessary' for ns right now, but as scon as I can get out of it, I sfcs said. Alice has found a number of .social agencies available to help In absentia member CALGARV (CP J Ethel Errol Eoyd has hecu a mem- hor of the Calgary branch of ths Canadian Authors Associa- tion since 1025. In those 41 years she has been at only one branch meeting. her in the fight for a good life 1 for her family. i Leslie Bliss of the Victorian I Order of Xnvses became a regu- br visitor three years ago when baby Timothy had bronchial pro ble The lUelan.sons were referred VOX to Camp Amy M olson in Mia vlierc the three older boys j spent two wct-ks last summer. VOX also provided an occa- 1 sional housekeeper through its division when Alice had .T broken foot ''I'll scon going into hospi- tal for n short period so I guess I'll need help again. I "But it's not forever. T have lo keep remembering FAMILY FAMILY STYLE SUNDAY BREAKFAST EASTER BUFFET DINNER GREAT FALLS, MONTANA PHONE 454-2121 FOR RESERVATIONS! BINGO RAINBOW HAI.L Mb Ave. N. TUESDAY, MARCH 28th 8 p.m. Firsl Jackpot in 5B 2nd Joctcpot in 56 Nos. Free Cards-Cords and 25t per Card. 5 Cards SI.00 3 Free Gomes Door Prize No Children Under 16 Yean Sponsored by A.U.U.C. 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