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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta A Calendar Of Local Happenings Jobs Daughters will hold a Father-Daughter box social, Sat- urday at p.m. with meet- ing, initiation and installation of guardian council to follow at 7 p.m. in the Masonic Hall. r Mother's Day tea and open house will be held at the Edith Cavell Nursing Home, 1255 5 Ave. S. on Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m., as part of the activities for Hospital Week. Theme of the tea is, Visit a Mother on Mother's Day. Everyone is wel- Faiih Kebekah Lodge will meet Monday at 8 p.m. in the Oddfellows Hall. Members are requested to bring items for the bake sale which follows the meeting. Visiting Rebekahs wel- come'. A dance party sponsored by the Ukrainian Catholic Church Men's Club will be held Satur- day in the Polish Hall, corner of 8 Ave. and 13 St. N. South- erner's will provide the music. A lunch will be served. Every- one is welcome. LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Campus Corner Southminster Circle Square ance Club will hold its regu- r dacce, Saturday at p.m. Southminster hall. All square ancers welcome. Women are quested to bring a box lunch, Guest artists performing dur g the annual luncheon meet g of the Lethbridge Music ub will be Valerie Horvath olinist, accompanied by Ed e and ballet dancer ne Lanier. All ticket holders being urged to attend this eeting at which an importan otice of motion will be pre- ented. The luncheon, which wil recede the meeting is to be reld in Ericksen's Family B aurant Wednesday at 1 p.m Members of the Easter noli ay pottery classes will mee the potters room, Bowman 4rt Centre, Saturday, 9 to .m. and Sunday, 1 4 p.m. ti aim and collect their potterj ieces. By STAN SAUERWEIN LCI 'TTME marches on, and the blood continues to flow. It is May 8, 1970 and all is not too well. Aside from a few thousand violent deaths of some unknown soldiers and a slight agricultural set back, we in southern Alberta are content. Others are not! The deaths at Kent University are proof to the fact. The Indo China con- flict is the hub to the wheel that keeps rolling everyone to ultimate disaster. What can the youth do to halt the spin? Many Grade 12 students are graduating from high school this summer. Many will be leaving their homes and love and security of parental protec- tion, to head to university, often in the United States. They will attend many institutions of high- er learning where dissatisfac- tion of the U.S. government's foreign policies will reach a ri- otous peak. Where some may die. It is true the riots and the marches do breed some dissen- in the news minded masses but is this enough? Some say it isnt! Perhaps if the youth attained lome influential positions, pro- vided that they still retained their peace philosophies, they might change the chaos, war. Perhaps not. Often the masses don't know exactly what international fac- tors lead to government deci gions, it isn't possible for them to know everything. They are enfy knowledgeable about what is leaked thresh to them by the press. The youth must put faith in those who are elected as their leaders just as their parents have. When they reach voting age the youth have the right to weigh the candidates ully and vote for the one who hey can have faith in. Thei hey must support them and heir country. Internal dissen sion can only limp a nation, and cause more blood to continue to low. May 15 is the date set for the LCI Graduation and the over 300 graduands will take the eel ebrations with both laughte and sorrow. Laughter becaua hey have filially reached th( top of the first flight of stair in their climb for an education and sorrow because with thi "raduatioa comes departmenta examinations. The exercises include a ban quet to be held at the Exhibi tion Pavilion and a prom late in the evening at the LCI. Tickets for the graduatio may be obtained from a1 men ber of the graduation commit tee or in the main hall of tfo LCI during tie lunch break Cost for the whole affair is j per person; the dress is forma with music provided by The Bi Band. The banquet begins a p.m. with Dean Cousins a: guest speaker; and the gram march is to begin at 10 in the LCI. Any persons who wish to hav angle pictures taken at th graduation are asked to mee at the school directly after Uv banquet. Good-bye And Good Luck (The views voiced in the (hove column do not necei sarily concur with eitiier those of The Herald or Lei ster'j, but reflection of the student opinion.) LEISTER'S MAIL ORDERS I Tick off the wlenleni you want and send to VI. You'll receive your recordi for only each. Please Add 15c Postage on Orden and under. I. AMERICAN Who Z. LET IT BE-The Beaflet 3. LITTLE GREEN BAG-The George Boker Selection 4. MR. MONDAY-The Original Cast 5. SOMETHINGS BURNING-lit Edition 6. SHUO-Neil Diamond 7. TENNESEE BIRDWAlK-Jack Blanchard and Misty Morgan 8. REFLECTIONS OF MY UFE-Marmalade 9. SPIRIT IN THE SKY-Norman Greenbaum 10. HOUSE OF THE RISING SUN-Frijid Pink Name Giveaway TUNBRIDGE WELLS, Eng and (CP) Lunch counter owner Trevor Carter, 20, opened a bank account using the name F. R. Aud. He ended up in cour charged with fraud. He said h got the idea from a friend wh ed the name S. W- Indie. _____Frldoy, May 1970 TH( irTHBKIDGf HCTAID 15 40TH ANNIVERSARY Mrs. Jean Glover highlights the 40th anniversary of the Dr. F.H.Mewburn QBE Chapter IODE Thursday by cutting the cake. Mrs. Glover is a, charter member of the chapter, a past regent, a former teacher and member of the Uthbndg. "ubHe School Board About 60 members and guests attended the anmversary celebra- Hon at Sven Ericksen's Restaurant. Special guest, included Mrs. R. B. Florendme, provin- cial IODE president and Mrs. J. H. Hughes provincial organizing secretary. _ Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: My wife and I are not people who let things go till the last minute. We plan everything ahead and it sure does save a lot of headaches. This evening we were discussing our 1970 Christmas card. IB past years we've always bad the names of our children on the card along with ours. Our last chick left the nest 'in January so 'our next card will have only our names. Should it be Rose and Jay or Jay and Rose? My wife says the woman's name is supposed1 to be first. I'm sure I read somewhere that the man's name should be first if it is shorter. Please hurry your answer. -Impasse DEAR IM: I'm typing as fast as I can and I hope this reaches you in time. There are only 230 days 'til Christmas. The woman's name should appear first if the card is printed. If the wife is signing the card, she should put her husbands name first. And while you're at it please use your last name. Every year we receive dozens of cards from Dick and Bob and John and etc., etc... mat awaits you on the other side of the marriage veil? How can you be sure your marriage will work? Read Ann Landers' booklet "Marriage What To Send your .request to Ann Landers in care of Canada Wide Feature Service Ltd., 245 St. James Street W., Montreal 126, enclosing 35 cents in a long, self-addressed envelope.________________ THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes COMING EVENTS MAY of the Festival Concert JUNE 7th- p.m. Yatet BIG BAND CONCERT Sponsored by Auxiliary la St. Michael's Hospital Overture Concert Series Tickets Now Available GIVE MOM A GIFT OF MUSIC THIS MOTHER'S DAY LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDG., LETHBRIDGE NAME ADDRESS "Would you prefer the regular old hard sell, or wouldyoulike alinle birof INVERT BOWL When you are storing a cake (hat has a whipped-cream frost- ng in the refrigerator, invert a owl over the cake. RUMMAGE SALE SOUTHMINSTER CHURCH IIIh SI. Bntraneo SATURDAY, MAY 9 a.m. Sponsored by OGDEN UNIT of SOUTHMINSTER U.C.W. 1 JEWELRY I repair PEARLS RESTRUNG BABY SHOES BRONZED All RING REPAIRS ERICKSEN'S JEWELLERY McForland Bid. Ph. 327-3525 CASH BINGO ST. BASH'S HAU-Cor. 13th St. and 6lh Ave. N. FRIDAY, MAY 8th-8 O'CLOCK BLACKOUT JACKPOT 57 NUMBERS 4th and 8th Gamei in 1 NUMBERS-12 Game IUCKY DRAW 5 CARDS FOR OR 25c EACH Penoiu Under 14 Years Not Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB WASH 'N' WEAR WIGS MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL SPECIAL WIGLETS (SET AND COMBINED 2.00) JULIE ZAREMBA SHIRLEY HOWHl In ZelleKs Shopping Centre Mayor Mngroth Drive Phone 328-2203 Campus Corner Columns Needed The Herald and Leister's Music is opening its Campus Corner column to the public for the summer months. Any youth between the of 20 wishing in submit mute- rial for this column should contwt the Family Desk in writing or hy calling 32S- 4411. The Herald reserves the right to oHt all copy which should be typewritten, ap- proximately 300-506 words In length and accompanied by imme, address, present school, and picture II pot- sible. Payment will be standard rale 'or the column. Dead- line for Friday pubUcaUo. If. noon Thursday, Because MOTHER Likes Nice Things LOVE Choose from the following New Spring Colon White Black Patent Brown Softie leather Black Softie Coif 9 Beige leather Sand Grain leather Irish Oati Softie Grain leather ALWAYS MORE FASHION AND VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY AT AVENUE SHOES McFARLAND UDG., LETHMIDGE FOR VALUE PRICES WHITE SUGAR 5s ALBERTA FINE GRANULATED ICE CREAM ALBERTA GOLD, 3 Pint Carton 59' FRUIT COCKTAIL LIBBY'S 19-oz. tins TV DINNERS SWANSON'S Frozen each BUTTER CRYSTAL 69' PRODUCE BUY! CANTALOUPE Size 56s MEAT VALUE! CHICKEN BREASTS Ib. 69' ROSE BUSHES 1.89 3 year old pra-planted Each ROSE BUSHES 1.49 3 year old in peat most Each 1 ROSE BUSHES 1.19 2 year eld bushes Each I PEAT MOSS J.99 5.6 cubic foot bale 16-20-0 FERTILIZER Mib 1.69 H 1 ELEPHANT BRAND PHONE 328-1751 FOR FREE DELIVERY ;