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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta J6 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Friday, Mny 19, 1177 u ivincf YWCA twines JeannieBoon summer program director i As a volunteer leader. Jean-, up, organizing arid supcrvis nie worked wilh groups of ole- ing physical program (he Y iiH'nlary age girls, leaching puts on. ftip'nl from (lie start .leannio Dailies, crafls, sing-songs and i "Mosl people don't realize all Coon has been inlereslcd in other group paslimcs. Ihe programs that are run In ScplniibiT lasl year, she Ihe Y." she said. "Ihe onK i-as made assislam program i parl Illis ilhe YWCA building) direclor al the and has worked in lhat since. "What I do is supervise most decentralized." it seems natural that she'd find of the Y she said, Getting out to the people is herself in the role of some kind "I go to Ihc schools and sec j part of Jcannie's job, and she's of leader. how the youth groups are doing proud of her mode of transpor- Jeannie's participation in YW in things like junior drama. Y talion. and YM groups began a long teens. Blue Triangles, and all lime ago. uhuii she was a (he oilier programs." "junior and intermediate lead- er lor the YM for nine years.' Dy Jl'DK TfltIC Herald Sliill W'riii-r people, and lias had a love for airy kind ol sporl ami outdoor aclivily, With her iiitcrcsls in these areas and being the girl she is. plays is in administration. We go to the people, everything is "I use my she said the first and only bike 1 While attending the Lcth- bridge Community College as Her work with the YlrVCA in, an Outdoor Recreation student, I.ethbridge negan when she Jeamiie worked at I he YW on Blue ever had, and I got it when 1 was eight years old. It's plain and ordinary three-speed and I go even-place on it." was asked lo sing at a Blue j a Dcrmanenl part-time basis. Places Jeannie doesn't take Triangles group. During Ihe summer monlhs.; her bike lo include conferences "I said r would." she said., from June lo IMC August, she. in Heguia and summer slinls "and immediately after, was i will lake over (he job of YW j al camp in Ycllowknife, N.W.T. asked to volunteer as a Blue program direclor. "The conference was a re- Triangle leader." I "I'll be in charge of selling i port on explained Jean- nie, "and was called It's Your Turn. "There were 300 delegates at- tending, all in the 15 years and up group, with the aver- age age being 17. We discussed recommendations of the repoii, and I learned a great deal about kids across Canada." Topics dealt with at the con- Ihc Mesdamos: fcrcnce were employment for Gloria i Rice' Raker. Carole Gradates hold reunion Highlight of I he Five-year re-1 at their home: Mrs. John An union activities of the 1967 nnrs-. derson proposed a toast of ap- ing class of St. Michael's IIos- j prcciation to Fr. LcrJei on be- rital School of Nursing, was a j half of the class, banquet held al Uie Marquis ALleudiuG the reunion uero Hotel. It was hosted by Ucvcicnd Father J. LeBcl, former chaplain. In an informal address. Fr. LeBel asked bis centennial xv catenaur o' nurses tn continue to strive to youth, education, art and cultural development, social aiiion, and travel ami i Murakami) exchange. I "If you are she (Keani Toll. Donna illoerman) Martin. Belt'' iXemecck) Xccol. Buree: .Marion fHnmvick> Rodzin- j position person in my j said, "and in i comfort their fellow human be-' yak. Bonnie (Mcolayl Strum.; charge of youth groups, these Ings, and wished them success. Joanne (WyrosUiki Nash. a11 things you should bo peace and happiness. elyn (Parana) Mazulinec: aware of. The nurses allcmleil the ball Sandy Miller. Carol Bonerti. "r insight into proh- for the 1972 graduating class, j Carlis (Credico) Glover, Sharon ,J ditin'1 eve" to101" tnere and later held a reunion tea and (Ekensteenl Van Den Hengel; j were. an alumnae banquet. Carol Ann (Trodden) Bedster. A .'ol) as director of a girls' Mr. and Mrs. Ted Van (Shologan) Coppieters camP Yellow-knife showed Hcngel were hosts to a social I and Olga (Jarczakl Willis. "P Jeannic's agenda last and she took it. "My friends thought I was she said, "but I wanted lo sec what I could get from the job." Her criterion tor accepting any job is to "always think ot 1 LEISTER'S THE ONLY WAY TO GO Jeannie Boon puls her trust in her failhful bike when it comes lo visiting Ihe leaders and members of the many YWCA programs under her supervision. She be assuming Ihe position of program director for ihe summer monlhs. The Homemaker By Elizabeth B.irtman, District Home Economist Moving is a big expenditure charged on 100 pounds weight i and a consumer service that' per dislance (ravelled, needs close scrutiny, reports I If your move is a long-rlis-, Consumers' Association of Can-! ancc one, investigate the deslin- ada. Seventy per cent ot all ation agent as well as the firm household moves take place be-1 you are considering for y tween June 15 and September 15, peak periods the first and last days of the month. This poses a special problem in aparlment buildings where el- There will be no practice on Monday for the Southminsler Junior Girls Choir. Any girls who arc interested in joining (he choir, are. asked (o regis- ter by Monday, May 29. The Olclman River Potters' Guild will bold a workshop on Wednesday at p.m. in tho Bowman Ail Centre, to arrange for display areas for the May show. Oddfellows, Itcbekalis n n d friends arc reminded of Uie card parly lo be held in tho Oddfellows Hall on Tuesday at p.m Sigma Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, will meet on Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Vcm Soderquisl. 22H llilh Ave. S. Programs will be presented by Mrs. Don Doram and Mrs. Mike Vaselenak, on let's malcli wits and expressing yourself. Co-hostess is Mrs. John Viros- tek. Minus One Club will hold a dance on Saturday from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. in the Polish Hall. Longacrcs Orchestra will be playing. Members and guesls welcome. 1 Soulluiiinsler Circle Square Dance Club will hold (he regu- lar dance on Saturday at p.m. in Southminsler Hall. All square [lancers welcome. Women arc asked to please bring a box lunch. The CCIT of McKillop United Church will hold a wiener roasl at Henderson Lake, north end. on Tuesday at p.m Mem- bers are asked to bring their own food and lo meet at the church at p.m. if requiring transportation. If the weather is inclement the outing will be postponed unlil fall Stamina necessary for tourist guide evators traffic. cajiiiot cope with Ihe So I ry to plan well ahead and mnkc your arrange- ments as soon as possible. Campus Corner By r.OHDON" COU.EDGE .sections: beginners, inlcrmcdi- Lolhbridge Community College'ale and advanced, equila- l Lion specialist Miss Ann Diehl. Following the Lclhbndgc Ann-g .lljiiilv as a horsc Community College graduation, j chiatrisL, provWes a rcal icarn. campus activities have been to summer courses prep- aration. ing experience for students. Her training emphasizes the rider understanding a horsc l he worthwliile experience can get from it." This type of. philosophy was pail of the reason Jeannie l-vlw- US1I1B ;1 rcnted truck- You chose to attend the LCC. i Provide lhc drivers helPprs "I really enjoyed -vour packing. Jt is she said, ''it (the course) was I t-'heapcr. but when mexperienc- all practical stuff I could erf- >'OLl stand a chance of dam- understand, and apply class Ics- your possessions. your move, because it may be an en- tirely different company. Also be sure to get Uie complete name, address and telephone number of both the carrier and declination agent. EC sure (tie carrier knows how and where you can be reached at all times until Ihc shipment is delivered. The carrier is not responsible for: Time of delivery, unless specified. Interference of the sneti- fied delivery date by mailers over wllicb he has no control. Cr.rryir.g of extraordinary value unless prior agreement Moving by rail can also he has been made, less expensive than using a Damage or loss caused by There are .several different ways of moving. First, there's Hie inexpensive do it your Withdraw Jew dolls DIJON, France (API Pro- tests mounted Wednesday over the short-lived sale by a super- market of dolls labelled "Jew." The West German-made Jew dolls, displayed along with oth- ers marked and were withdrawn from sale here and in several: other supermarkets in the French provinces. LONDON (CP) Many girls, to whom (he jobs of airline stewardess or model have some glamor, now arc becoming lour- ist guides. Rut the job requires more than looking'beautiful. To be an official guide in London, for in- stance, the girl must be fluent in at least one foreign language and she needs lols of menial and physical stamina plus thor- ough training. Unless a girl lias these qualifi- cations and a guide registration certificate from the London Tourist Board, she won'l be em- ployed by tour operators. London lias two guide-training ccnlres each preparing about 150 student-guides for the board examination. The number of ap- plicants is at least four times the number of positions availa- ble. And selection begins with first inquiring telephone call. MUST RE FRIENDLY Says Mrs. Pamela Ilenn, chief instructor at one of the centres. "I listen carefully lo their voices and where I sense enthu- siasm I usually know lhat they will make the grade. Personal interviews invariably confirm llu's firsl impression: friendli- ness, confidence, crcalivily and the ability (o speak clearly." Students can either attend a four-month part-lime course or take the eight-week full time session. Whichever they choose they will have lo digest, day after day, a mass of tactual and liistorical informalioii. A typical three-hour session may include an hour of Jiislory, an hour on art appreciation, fol- lowed perhaps by talks on the economic structure of Uie Cily of London, the British legal sys- tem or religious groupings in Britain. Students are also given lists of books for further reference. Theory is followed by practice as students are taken by coach to places of drals, stately homes and pal- aces, museums. The guides n-.usl learn how lo handle a party Miss Helen Childs, training officer of the travel operators training group, gave this example: "A girl arriving with her bus nt Wc'slniinute: Abbey coulc] well find she is one of 10 oilier groups going round. She must therefore keep her party lo- gcthcr, devise a means whereby they can recognize each other, remind them that inside tho Abbey taking of photographs is prohibited, thai, in England men laki! off (heir hats in churches, that ''mbrellas and handbags must not be Iclt" behind, that smoking is prohibited, where Ihe pick-up point will be and what lime. "Meanwhile some tourists will want lo buy postcards and therefore need stamps, while others may suddenly feel hun- gry or a drink. "Our guides have to cope with these problems without upset- ting anyone, least of all them- selves." In the 1972 season about 730 qualified guides will be availa- ble in London. The personnel manager ol one tour operator said: "To me i! is the reliability of the guides that counts. Some monllis I may ;ivc (iO of them. all going different places every clay of the week. If I can't rely on them. I'm sunk." CONTINUE PROGRAM The Imperial Order Daugh- ters of I lie Empire lias an- nounced it will continue a pro- gram initialed last year de- signed lo inslvucl children of the Arctic in survival in water. The organization will send r.20 bathing suits for use in portable pools located in four communi- ties: Coppermine. Fort Provi- dence, Pangnirtung and Akla- vik. PUBLIC BSNGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS IETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THUR5-8 p.m. sons in my work." Jeannie attributes her suc- cess so far in her work to I moving company, but becomes omission by the shipper of his "really liking people, always being involved with them, and especially kids" In relating to her youth a bit compliciled .'is you must responsibilities, e.g. crate and pack everything to I can of hair spray leaking left in a ship-1 drawer nf flimsy underclothing, over' In my next column there'll be rniJroari specifications A ment by rail can take twice as long lo reach the des- more useful ideas for The coHeges School of Con-1 how j groups. Jeannie says she deals, tinning Education plans sum-Uvhy Ucgi5ll.ations all bum.: best when she "pretends to be mer high school programs in a, a six year-old." your variety of uiiuui ii u, programs arc now being subjects in div- i k died as many as Ihrcc times, accepted. starts a leaves a program I standing. big gap in under- isions 10. 20 and 30. It's an op- portunity for high school stu-, Tnc col, dents to overcome difficult ]Cadership learning areas prior to supple-i th _ th r, ,'t -f mentary examinations in Aug-1 ki ramrH Tn Kind in Lanada. tn addition, a eration if jou're not above summer environmental course i them. There's so many abme for hikers, backpackers and trail riders logins in July. which ran result in damage to "A 10 year old trying to. (ho relate to a six Year old list. But inslruclion in Ihe courses biology, chemistry, malh, physics. English. French, busi- ness machines, data proces- sing, shorthand and lyping is not limited to high schoolers. Programs this summer along the serious line also include an introductory course in data processing and pro- gramming, and school aide. Pins a refresher course for school aides is being offered for aides who have either had the college inlrcduclory course or who have actual experience f.s a school aide. The program is structured so Me August, provide a good op- that the teacher aide, or lib portraits' students consider- rary aide, may get further in- ing a College ediicalion lo have slruclion in Ihc area of Ihcir interviews wilh college counsel- parlicular inlcrcsl lors and school dircriors. !l s ncier too earlv to Be.sides these courses there or lo gel assistance are two offerings in art one i gram .selection, for beginners (i years to 111 If people are imdcdd- I.UC'KY DHEAK RIO DE JANEIRO (API A Moving van linns may bo I divorced woman large or small, independent or i whose neighbors said she had affiliated with, or franchised by, j bren extremely depressed more co-op- the large vanline organizations.; jumped out of a sixth-floor Moves arc classified in Iwo i apartment, crashed into an alu- ways local where rales minum auning and tumbled lo them already, why should you are charged by Ihc hour, or j the sidewalk. Her only injury h" l long distance where rates are i was a broken foot. check lo check. be CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HAlL-Cor. 13lh St. ond 6lh Ave. N. FRIDAY, MAY 19th 8 O'CLOCK 4th ond 8th Games in 7 NUMBERS-12th Game 5 CARDS FOR SI.00 OR 25c EACH BLACKOUT JACKPOT 53 NUMBERS LUCKY NAME DRAW WORTH LUCKY DRAW WORTH Pcnonl Under 16 Not Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB DO WE REAUY NEED THE QUEEN? Brilish MP William an ouiipcken crillc of royally for ihe posl Iweniy yeors, foresees Iho extinction of llie monarchy within ha'.f o century. In Weekend Maguiine this Salurcay, 1he fiery Scotsman lells why he's so anti-royal end gives his rcasoni why frio queen musl go. A sicuncfi defender of crown also expounds an why llis monarchy should be retained. Don'I miss ihis contentious story. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE of Ihe college tors are away from the campus j now until August 15. Some will be attending Univcrsily sum- mcr schools or aspisling in- I dustn- anil business in ihcir I field of pxpcriisc while others will be loaching in the college summer programs. Very few enjoy the luxury of three months holiday. These monlhs. prior lo Ihc slarl r.f I ha next semester in years, and an advanced course i for the agr group 1'J lo 20 years. v Along wiib Iho aoadfmirs in Mioro are Ihroc ed abolil adnll.s are Incl.i for rnlleuo iilin-alinn lo l.-'lk-il UMT their fuUirc. g proper skills considci- a We're williur COMING EVENTS IRISH ROVERS SUN., MAY 21 6.30 AND PM YATES MEMORIAt CENTRE L.C.I. SPRING CONCERT I.C.I. AUDITORIUM-MAY 23, P.M. THE CAIGARY SAIVATION ARMY PRESENTS "HOSEA" Saf., May 27lh 8 p.m. YATES MEMORIAt CENTRE LEARN TO PLAY A GUITAR THIS SUMMED GOOD SELECTION ON HAND PLUS EASY TO TELL INSTRUCTION BOOKS LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDG., LETHBRIDGE x.1 gentleness ;