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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Mcmh 37, 1772 THE HERALD 13 (CP Wirephoto) THE MILITARY LOOK Girl wears army green denim panlsuU wilh battle [ackef and bulfet beb, while mole out- fit consists of green suit svith short jacket. The outfils were modelled in a Toronto fashion show co- ordinated by two Toronto fashion shops. BINGO Wednesday, March 29th at 8 p.m. in the L.C.I. CAFETERIA Lethbridge Collegiate Institute, 5 Ave. and 13 St. S. First Card Extra Cards 25c each CASH PRIZES Proeccdi lo the L.C.I. Bond "UNIFORM fUND" COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE 1972 SPRING SWIMMING INSTRUCTION AND ADVANCED AQUATIC PROGRAMS FRITZ SICK INDOOR POOL Registrations for the below listed programs will be lokert In Gym No. 1 of the Civic Sporli Cenlre on Tuesday ond Wed- nesday, March 28th and 29th, 1972, from p.m., ond p.m, All Clasiei Have Enrollment Limits, So Early Regislration li Recommended. SWIMMING INSTRUCTION PROGRAMS I. SCHOOL AGE (6-14 yrs.J CHILDREN'S RED CROSS IESSONS A. Mondays, April lOlh lo Juno 12th, 1972 Class No, 1 p.m. Class No. 2 5r55 p.m. Cfasses for Prc-Beginner. Beginner, Jumor and Sur- vival Swimmer B. April 4th lo June 6th, 197? Clem No. 1 p.m. Classes for Pre-Beginner, Beginner, InlErmedlare and Senior C. Saturdays, April 1st to June 3rd, 1972 Class No. 1 1 n-35 a.m. Class No. 2 p.m. Class No. 3 1 p.m. Classes for Pre-Beginner. Beginner, Junior ond Sur- vival Swimmer C fosses for Prc- Beginner, Beginner, Inter media re ond Senior REGISTRATION FEES; Pre-Beginncr, Beginner and Junior Survival Swimmer, Interrnediale and Senior J3.00 for 10 lessons H. PRE-SCHOOL AGE (3-5 yrs.) CHILDREN'S RED CROSS LESSONS Saturdays, April HI lo June 3rd, 1972 Class No. 1 p.m. COM No. 2 MO p.m. Classes for Pre-Beg innor REGISTRATION FEE: for 10 lesson; 111. MIXED ADULT AND TEENAGE RED CROSS LESSONS Tuesdays, Apnl to June 6th, 1972 Closs No. 1 Class Mo. 2 p.m. Classes for all levels. Pre-Beginner through Senior REGISTRATION FEE: for 10 ADVANCED AQUATIC PROGRAMS I. ROYAL IIFE SAVJNG SOCIETY (RtSS) A, EUMENTARY AND INTERMEDIATE AWARD UFESAVING COUflSES April 6lh to Junn 8th, 197? p.m. This program is deigned for young pen icnn who have alfoinccf ol (call fhcir Rnd Cross In- to r media I o Swimmer qualifications but nro r.ol yel M ycurs of nnc, Pre-rcquisite age for .lie Inler- mediafe is 12 years, ihere is no pre-requisile age for Elementary Award. REGISTRATION FEE: 54.00 10 lessons B. BRONZE MEDALLION AND BRONZE CROSS LIFESAVING COURSES RLSS April 6lh to June 8rh, 1973 p.m. PrO'requisirej for Brorwc Mcdollion Current Red Senior Award or Equivalent 1 4 yean of aga or o'der, FVe requisites for Bronze Cross Current Bronze Mcd- Award or Equlvolenl and iho Senior Rcsusi- tnlion Award 15 years of age cr older REGISfPATJON II. CROSS RLSS INSTRUCTOR COURSE Wednesdays, April 5rn lo June 1972 p.m. Reg is tro nl i for frm course must: (1) bo 17 yrors of oge or older possess one of I ho folJowinpj current RtSS Bronio Medallion [b! Red Cross Waier Safely Leader Y.M.C.A. Senior lifesaving REGISTRATION FEE: For information conrocT the Commurriry Services partmcnt Office ot 326-2341, Local 236 Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am writing in regard to the letter from the man who said everyone woukl be better off if we didn't Iry to save people who attempt suioicle. You, Ann Landers called him a dingbat and compared him with Hitler. Well, i guess that, makes me a dinnhat anil a Hitler, too. Furthermore, if you poll the medical personnel in the hospitals, you'll find that llic majority arc with me, not you. I work in an emergency room of a large hospital. We see a lot of people who have tried lo kill themselves by taking an overdose of pills. Or they shoot themselves in the head, or slash themselves with a razor. Most of them don't die. We spend a lot of time, energy, and money saving tliose nuts. Emergency rooms have enough patients good jwople who want to live. Suicidal creeps cut into the quality of care lor the emergency patients. In ray opinion the law should be changed. Would-be suicides should he given another dose of the same stuff they took before they came in. There are too many people in this world as it is. Why save a person who places no value on his life? Whenever I read about a cop or a fireman risked bis neck crawling out on a window ledge to rescue some crock who threatens lo jump, f do a slow burn. Screwy people just louse up (he environment. Who needs 'em? Hitler's Buddy. DEAR HITLER: You work in a hospital, Buddy? You should be working in a morgue where it wouldn't matter whether or not you deemed the people worth saving. Unfor- tunately, twisted characters like you can make a difference. A guy who lines himself up with Hitler has a mind that is riot only closed but nailed shut. 1 won't waste good advice on you, Buddy. DEAR ANN LANDERS: My 26-year-old brother wants to marry a girl who is 15. Her parents refuse to sign for her and I think they are right. She is a long way from being ready for marriage. My brother has asked me to find out the answer to the following questions. I told him I would try. (1) Is there any state where a girl of 15 can get mar- j Tied? (2) If a girl gets pregnant do her parents have lo sign for her? (3) ff a man marries a girl who is not of legal age against her parents' wishes, will he be put in jail? (4) H they don't get married but just travel together, is this against the law? Thank you for your help. As you can see, it's a mess. Brother Of A Nut DEAR BROTHER: You llianked me loo soon. I'm not going to give you much help. State laws vary and I'm no lawyer. Your nutty brother should see both a doctor and a lawyer, and that girl needs some help, too. DEAR ANN LANDERS: A gal I know thinks she can play the guitar. She also thinks she's a composer. Worse yet, she's under the impression that she can sing. Put these three mis- taken notions together and what do you have? A lourth-rate guitar player with a lousy voice singing some crummy songs. She lugs her guitar to every party. Without anybody asking, she takes the guitar out and starts lo sing. If everyone doesn't stop talking and listen she is insidted. Last night she put the dead hand on a great evening. Several people slipped out during her "concert." The party was at my place. I'm burned. Any suggestions? Peach fn Georgia DEAR N.P.: If you're a male, talk to her like a Dutch uncle. If you're female, talk to her like a Dutch aunt. She needs to be told. an The March meeting of the Southland Nursing Home Auxil- iary was held in the home on Thursday, and the presidenl, Mrs. Eniest Komm, introduced the executive to the members. Plans were made to hold a bake sale on Thursday, April 13. Mr. Rein Fecnstra has made two carts for the use of Hie canteen, and articles suitable for bingo prizes were collected f r o m members. It was decided that Nabob coupons will be collected to provide equipment needed by the auxiliary, and donations of coupons will be greatly appre- ciated. A miscellaneous shower was recently held by Mrs. Marlene Armstrong in honor of her niece, bride elect Miss Kath- ryn Assisting Miss Last with Irer gifls were the future out or maid of honor, Roslyn bridesmaid Davlyn Last and flower girl Simone Armstrong. Guests included the bride's mother, Mrs. Vi Last; the groom's mother, Mrs. Ross; and friends Sandra ian, Lawrio Sewers, Nora Pop- son, Sandra Stewart, Marge Hedrichs and Bettv Hall. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS fETHBRIDGE ELKS IODGE ROOM EVERY THURS.-B p.m. L.A. 10 F.O.E. BINGO Monday, Mar, 27 JACKPOT 54 NOS. "20 ALARM 81NGO" Gord Card Pay Doubto Door Pme-Free Cards (Many other extras) Regular Cards 25c or 5 for 13th Si. and Alh Ave. 'A' N. No children under 16 allowed ATTEND THE ALL NEW A.N.A.F.-UNIT 34 BINGO COR. 5lh AVE. and 6ih ST. 5. TUESDAY, MAR. 28th 8 p.m. IN THE CLUBROOMS First 12 Games First Card Others 2Sc each 1st No. Jackpot (increases weekly) 2nd No. Jackpot (increases weekly) Extra J Games Cardi 25e oath or 5 for Blackout in SO Numbers All regular games pay double if won in 7 nos. or less MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS Support your local INDEPENDENT GROCER IHALIK 642 13th Street North, Lethbridge GET PERSONALIZED SERVICE FREE DELIVERY TOO! FOOD COSTS ARE LOWER AT MAYFAIR FOODS SPECIAL PRICES IN EFFECT ALL THIS WEEK! GranutaletJ White Sugar VUlltoV Houso Orange Crystals Pineapple Juice Cranberry Sauce Stafford's Tomato Juice Niblet Corn Sungold Hawaiian Gold Ocean Spray, Whole or JELIY Green Gianl............................ 15-oz. Mushrooms 2 hP 79c Mac Cheese Dinners Caleili ll-o Cubes Mtn, 14-oz, Tidbits ue Mln. 14 7. 5 for 1.00 5 for 1 .00 5 for 1.00 Pineapple Pineapple Pineapple ,4.OI 5 1.00 Pineapple Sliced r 1 flfl 14-oz. J for I .UU Blue Mtn. Tenderflake Mb 5 for 1.00 Dog and Cat Food Detergent Mir 79c "60S Froier 12-01. i.oo Peas and Carrots 4 f., 1 00 Mixed Vegetables 4 1.00 Cod Fish and Chips 59c Cheese Pizza >n. 49c Margarine 98: Cheddar Cheese ih. 89c Cheez Pleez 60, 89c Vine Ripened Canada No. 1 I Uiiij California Velvet, Canada No. 1 Lettuce-r Celery Red Delicious Conadafoncy WE INVITE YOU TO TRY OUR MEATS "THE BEST IN TOWN" Mayfair Foods Meats Canada Choice Canada Good "WE WILL CUT OUR MEAT TO SUIT YOUR REQUIREMENTS" Burns Pride of Canada Grade A 10-16 Ibs. .........Ib. Burns RTE, half or quarters....... Burns Coil Gariic Sausage Sausage Meat Burns Campfire Sliced Bacon Mb. pkg. STORE HOURS: Mon., TUBS., Wod., Sal. a.m. till p.m. Thursday and Friday a.m. lo p.m. MIHALIK'S 642 13th St. N., Lethbridge Phone 328-5742 FREE CITY DELIVERY! ON LARGE ORDERS Prices Effeclivo All This Week. We Rcservfl Thfl Riflhl To Limil Quantities ;