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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, November 3, 1971 No classes, no exams No principal at unstructured school FABULOUS FASHIONS FOR CONCEPT 71 Tonight 3, the Daughters of the Nile will show some of the most :iting of this season's new style trends. Left is crushed vet pant suit, just righ' for holiday entertaining. Centre o lo'jngs-cuMi-formal gown in slinky black jersey; a-id right a dashing black and gold gaucho outfit for the woman with a flair for the dramatic. Concept '71 will be shown at the Votes Memorial Centre, with proceeds going to the Winnipeg unit of the Shrir.ers' Crippled Children's Hospitals. A Calendar Of Local happenings [Famous legs T. ris s.'.-un-l IV.iL-d will The executive meeting "i i. .'.'i i. at H p.m. First Tniled will be held in the church Thursday at p.m. in the .1 at IDih Ave. and lower hall. v.'iii he on sale and LA to AXAF executive will ,j- v.'i'i he thr bold a meeting Thursday at 9 Supper v.iil be served, p.m. in the club. the fund, and ii'o public is invited. The Golden Mile Drop-in Cen- tre will be entertaining senior Masonic br.nque! and dance: citizens from Blairmorc and will be held Saturday .it Toleman at 12 noon on Salur- p.m. ;t Ericks.on's Family Res-1 day in Southminster hall, tnurar.i. For members and Chicken lunch will he served guest-; at nominal charge. All arc wel- come. Please get tickets from Southtr.inster I'nv will hold j the director. Donations of sal- iis ivgu'ur meeting Thursday: ads and desserts will be v.el- a; p.m. A good attendance is come. There will be a bridge rorjiii'sted fur this important tournament with prizes on mn-tii-.r. Tuesday at sharp. The THERESA BEAUTY SALON Theresa would like to announce (hat she hi just returned from a trip to London and Pjccipest from which she gained a wealth of hairstyling experience. i -v> She invites all her customers and friends 'o come in and see all the new and latest shag cuts Theresa Beauty Salon will be open until 7 p.m. Thurs. and Fri. nights throughout the months of Nov. and Dec. 14 Professional Bldg. Phone 328-6424 Fort Maclecd Square Danc- er? will hold the regular dance Wednesday at p.m., with round dance practice at 8 p.m. in the elementary school. All square dancers are welcome. Women are asked to hririg a box lunch and cups. The Christian Science testi- mony meeting will be held Wed- nesday at 7-..10 p.m. in the church auditorium, 1203 -I Avc. S. Everyone welcome. The annual convention of the Alberta Social Credit Women's Auxiliaries will he held in the Alberta Room of the Palliscr Hotel. Calgary. Al- berta on Friday. Nov. 19. Reg- istraticn is at a.ir. Fea- tured speaker will be Mr. Har- tv E. Strom, [Deader of the Op- position of the Social Credit Movement in Alherta. Del- egates have been chosen from auxiliaries in Alherta. displttv at White House NEW YORK (Renter) So- niu McMabon, 38-year-old wife of Australian Prime Minister W i 11 i a m McMahon, u r e another cne of her revealing p.iaxi skirts this one with two slits over the thigh to the White House, 'Die Daily News said today. VAXC'OIJVEII (CT) The I city's n e w e s t called City no prin- cipal, no regular classes, no exams, in fact, no formr.l strue- hire of ;my kind. Since lhc> school opened Sept. 7, its Jnn pupils have decided each morning what I hey want lo do day. Options, suggested by both pupils and Ibe school's four teachers, are outlined on a blackboard in the entry hall. "Obviously this type of school wouldn't be suitable for a great many children." said Lynn Ccbb, one of lire teachers. "Hut we feel it fills a place for a type of self-motivating children y.'hu can really benefit from it.'1 Aral the children seem to agree. "It's great.'1 said David Par- ker, 10. ''You're able to the things you're really interested in ar.ri not just what some tcrchcr lays out." On one recent afternoon, for example, about 70 of the pupils studied outdoors in Little Moun- tain Park, about a mile from the school. One group was studying poetry while another did art. The rest were with Mrs. Cobb at the school carrying on a wide-ranging discussion. VISITED HOSPITAL Another, still smaller group, was on its own studying the head of a chicken preserved in formaldehyde. The children had cooked and eaten the rest of the chicken. Another day, a group Vancouver General Hospi- tal. got reports back from the hospital authorities about the goc-d self-discipline and in- terest, and the remarkably in- telligent questioning by the Mrs. Cohb said. No teacher accompanied the group. The teachers say the children are bursting with idem about things they want to see and learn about. Lists of proposed projects on the hoard include such activities as typing, girls soccer, "do a making drawn by lol from nearly 200 puppet s, j applied. The plan is eventu- movies, batik snd photography, i ally lo accommodate all ages school's pupils come from1 from sis to 111, with no formal all parts of Ike city. They were grades. Till four Icachcrs chosen by city school officials have all had previous experience in new, un- slniL-lurcd, wide-ranging pro- jects in city schools. CMHA auction reduces deficit MARKS ONE CENTURY OF UFE With 212 descendants, 33 great-great grand- children and five generations behind her, Mrs. Agnes Voile celebrates her 100th birth- day today. Born in Kansas, she married in Kamloops in 1890 and moved to Fort Macleod in 1393. She has lived in tethbridge since 1948 with her daughter at 715 17 St. S. A party will be held at the Old Timer's Pemmican Club this Sunday in her honor. Expected guests include relatives from Portland Ore., Seattle Wash., Montana, Van- couver and Kamtoops. Friends of the are asked to call at the club between 2 and 4 p.m. Mrs. Vaile has received congra tulatory messages from Prime Minister Tru- deau and the Queen. and out Molly Mitchell, executive of- ficcr of the Southern Region Mrs. McMalrai's legs, which 1 Canadian Mental Health The News dubbed "the most j ciation, termed the recent ac- iamous legs in world diploma- j tion auction "a reasonable suc- tic circles." gained interr.ation-i cess ai exposure through a photo- j Proceeds from the auction, graph, snapped as she and her j tol ailing S485 go to the CMHA husband were descending Par- i to help overcome a deficit of liament house steps. Her gown was slit almost to the top of j A variety of articles ranging her long legs. j front food hampers to lobby The next day, McMahon be- j kits went to the highest bidder, came prime minister and the j Donations were made by picture was flashed around the I merchants, industry and pri- j vate individuals. I r an interview here. Mrs. i McMahon promised to wear In E PANT SUIT FUR COAT Announcing something new at CANADIAN FUR- RIERS, It's the pant suit fur coat young and very they're not very expensive, you'll find them in Mouton Lamb processed China Mink, Raccoon, Muskrat and Grey Fox. PRICE RANGE ,o Canadian Furriers convenient budget terms ore ycur most cherished possession. SHOP THURSDAYS TILL 9 P.M. Bn jurft lo flntor the Downtown Butinets- Fall to Christmas 'Bonanza. CANADIAN FURRIERS IN A TRADITION OF QUALITY" Ptiromounl Theatre Bldg. 4th Ave. S. 0 n while dress with two slits when she attended a White House din- ner with her husband. The Aus- tralian prime minister is to field talks with Prcsident Nixon this week. Asked if the slits were mid- BITING COSTS Pnze winners at the YWCA dessert bridge held recently were Mrs. S. A. Brodcrick. 1511 18 Ave. S., and Mrs. 0. S. Premachuk, 2602 Avc. S. Tau Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, recently held a Halloween party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hooper. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. T. Pittard and and Mrs. A. LEXINGTON, Ky. (APi Jime Griffith's expense listing for her bid to become a stats representative includes S3 for a tetanus shot and S2.75 for a re- thinh, Mrs. McMahon replied: i placement pair of nylons. Mrs. 'Oh. a little higher than that, j Griffith said the expenses were Actually. I'm going to have in j the result of a dog bite suffered practise sitting down in it." while campaigning door to door. BINGO MOOSE HALL 1234 3rd AVENUE NORTH WEDNESDAY AT P.M. Jacltpot S125 in 57 Numbers 12 Game in 7 Numbers 4th 8th 12 Games Doubled in 7 Numbers 5 Cards 2 FREE GAMES.- FREE CARDS DOOR PRIZE NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 SPONSORED BY THE LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE niFFEHEXT Cl'STO.MS STRATFORD. Out. (CT5) j Rev. Jackson Mwape, president t.f tho Tniied Chin'ch of Zambia, de.scnhed on a recent visit he-re differences between African and Canadian congregations. In the Zambian church, the men sit on one side and the women with their babies on the other, he snid. On the women's side. there is ''freedom of move- i inent" in and out of the church throughout tire service. If a baby starts crying he is taken out. and he stops he can j come in again. j 13th St. and 5th Ave. North Westminister Shopping Mall GIANT SAVINGS ON CARPET AND DRAPERY NO DOWN PAYMENT AND EASY MONTHLY TERMS WALL TO WALL INSTALLATION INCLUDING HEAVY WAFFLE UNDERCUSHION LATEST TWO-TONE AND SOLID COLOR HEAVY SHAG High gloss nylon ynrn. Installed, sq. yd, ACRtLAN HARDTWIST In 14 exciting colors, (Traffic rated Installed, sq. yd................ FOAM BACK OZITE Six Installed, sq. yd. 100% DENSE IEVEL LOOP NYLON For com mere in I and residential application. Ten rone on tone colors. Installed, sq. yd. Wo hcivr completed renovations and ran now CUSTOM DRAPERY. Wo also do complete color consultant service in your homo. PHONE 328-8549 OUT OF TOWN CALL COLLECT 319 5th Street South (Next to Stan's Men's Wear) APPLIANCE W CENTRE BILL BAKER suggests you look at this fantastic value 1972 26" ADMIRAL DELUXE COLOR TELEVISION With Great Features Such as Solid Wood Cabinet Twin Speakers Automatic Fino Tuning Control Instant-On Automatic Tint Control Built-h UHF Tuning New Bright Picture Tulip (Solar Color) with .1 yw warranty. APPLIANCE TV CENTRE 812 4th Avenue South Phone 320-1673 or 378-1332 Directly Across From Enorson's Downtown Showroom EASY TERMS O GRAIN TAKEN IN TRADE FREE DELIVERY ANYWHERE IN S. ALBERTA ;