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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Tliundtiy. November 4, 1971 iwjr-r w: MEDAL WINNER Leonard Barnes, formerly of Gilberl Paterson School, relumed lor achievement day lo accept six awards, including the Governor-general's medal for ilic highest marks in lelhbridge for Grade 9 The presentation was made by G. t. Probe, director of personnel and material resources for the Lelh- bridge public school district. Leonard, 15, is now attending Lelhbridge Collegiale Insti- tute. _ _ __________ Luiiior hoard hires women c-r "fttWlli win The Homeinaker BY ELIZABETH BARTMAN in limited capacity only have working in the liquor sloro on 8th St. S. for 3 litile tnre pencfl in tliis year. IK! tlu1 u'omc-n cashiers employed a month later. Hov.'e'.ri-, accord ing to Mi', shniesci arc classified as asujil because he docs ot have liie authority to hire pcrnianoni staff. This is dune Ihrnuch offico. In a interview. J. M. Isak.-on of Edmonton, per- 1 sonne] manager for the Alberta Liquor Control Board said there were just "no vacancies" on the regular staff. John Wright, manager of the liquor store on nth St. N. said ha employs no women. "It's a hoard, or head office decision. They arc carrying it through just in self-service stores, and i cur's is a conventional type." Mr. Isakson said there arc- women in conventional type- stores, hut only in a few areas, such as Banff and Jasper. He added that women have been employed in Alberta liquor stores for about two years. I In Manitoba, the liquor board has just started hiring women to work as cashiers and clerks in its stores. Saskatchewan has employed women in its liquor stores for a number of years, said L. S1. Mover, board chairman in that province. Kour women are working in stores in Regina and Saskatoon and women are employed on a part-time basis in some country stores. "The doors certainly aren't closed to women. It's just that we don't get many applications from women." said Mr. Moycr, speaking of his own province. PENSIONERS and SENIOR CITIZENS LADIES' AUX. WINNERS Door 510.00 MRS. FLORENCE TRAVALIA 226 18th Street North. RAFFlEi 1st Prize _ Hand Painting MRS. ALICE ROYER 1324 20th Avenue South. 2nd Prize Grocery Hamper MRS. MARIA BERT1 1238 4th Avenue South. 3rd Prize Crochet Doily M. A. AITKEN 1416 2nd Avenue South. 4th Prize Hand Woven Rug L. DAHl 2840 6th Ave. S. 5th Prize Hostess Tray MARY WATSON Picture Butte. Our -.inters THANK YOU to all who helped to make our annual Halloween Tea and Bazaar a areot success. Why Not Visit SCANDINAVIA This Weekend VISIT Unicci Design Studio Ltd. 621 8 Avenue S.W., Calgory 265-0772 Chargex The Finest in Imported Scandinavian Teak and Rosewood Furniture Mornhiii-afl-cr birlli control CHICAGO (CPi A Michi- gan doctor lia.s reported that a birth-control pill has pi-evented pregnancy in women without serious side effects. In a report in the Journal of (lie American Medical Associa- tion, Dr. Lucile K. Kuchera says she gave the pill to women of child-bearing age within 72 hours of sexual exposure. Xearly 90 per cent had used no form of contraceptive protec- tion. The probability of concep- j tion from a single unprotected i coitus is between 1 in 50 and 1 in 25. Dr. Kuchera gave the women a synthetic estrogen known as diethylstilbeslrol twice daily tor five days. She emphasized that this was an emergency type of I treatment, and advised they use other means of contraception on i a regular basis. The doctor i asked them to report back on pregnancy, side effects and the type of menstrual period they had following the pill. Dr. Kuchera is from the Uni- versity of Michigan Health Service and the Veterans Ad- i ministration Hospital, Ann Arbor, Mich. Directions, please! That's K well used phrase by home economists as we find our way lo meetings or lo someone's home in the country. Read this little poem: it has flown from office lo office in our fc'crvice. T1O.NS I'l.KASK When Iclliiif! me hmv I can Ret there. Leave nolliing to gamble or guess. I won't be upset If directions 1 get Assume I'm a moron or less. So give me some sure signs lo cling to, Or draw me a map 1 can scan, And be quite explicit You, maybe, "can't miss it" But, brother, believe I can! Why not make a gatcsign for your farm this winter? Or make gatesigns a project for your community group or local 4-II, Boy Scouts or C.G.I.T. club. It would be an attractive addition to your community and provide a real service to your out-of-district visitors. The Financial Side of Living is the business of almost every economist, home economists in- cluded. So Mrs. Edna Clarke and I have been busy planning a series of programs along just these lines for homemakers within driving distance of the Lethbridge Community College. We will work together in pre- senting six programs which aim to assist you in being smart money managers for your family. There will be three afternoon programs, from 1 to 3 o'clock and three evening programs from 7 to 9 o'clock, on Novem- ber 16, 23 and M. Register for all six at once, or any individu- al session by Wednesday pre- vious to each session. Register I your name, address and phone number and sessions desired with the Lethbridge Community College. "Managing Your Family's Business Affairs" n Ihe title of the first afternoon session. It is also a good practise fur overy wife since women outlive men by about eight years, ac- cording lo statistics. Wise i> the woman who takes responsihility as far as record keeping of the family business is Among important records lu he discussed on November fi will include the net uorili state- ment for urban and rural fam- ilies. A list entitled "our es- tate" will be reviewed. There will be discussions of th? house- hold inventory, a family's spending plan as well as rec- ords of household and family living expenses. "Is This Where You Can Save? in food and clothing, will be the second afternoon pro- gram, i.e. on November 23. How many of the 101 ways lo save money do you practise? "Teaching Children Money Management" will be Mrs. Clarke's topie on November 30. Values and attitudes are built slowly for your children. This discussion may give you practical assistance. The first evening session will I be "Using Credit with Under-1 standing" on November 16. Parents and teenagers may find this a worthwhile session to attend together. "Laws Affecting Families, Women and Individuals" will be the second session, i.e. Novem- ber 23. The final evening program on November 30, will be useful to business girls, brides and home- makers refurnishing their kit- chen and tableware. It is titled. "Get Satisfaction You Buy China, Cutlery, Glassware j and Cookware." S'ince these arc programs of the Home Economics Extension Service. Alberta Department of Agriculture, there will be no fee charged. All classes will be held in the Kate Andrews Building, Lethbridge Community College. FIFTY GOLDEN YEARS Mr. ond Mrs. Charles E. Cockerill, long-lime residents of Lcthbridge, celebrated their 50lh wedding anniversary Oct. 26. The couple, married in First United Church Manse in Lcthbridge, have three children, Mrs. Marie Ness of Lough- eed, Alberta, Mrs. Donna Zsovrjn and Stanley Cockerill, both of the city. They hove 11 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. A warm welcome is extended lo all rela- tives and friends to attend open house at the home of John and Donna Zsovan, 2422 7 Ave. N. Saturday, at 7 p.m. The couple has requested that there be no gifts. by Terry Blond, THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes Wider voriely in Unicef cards This season's UNICEF greet- ing card selection has some- thing for mod- ern art and old favorites to rare religious paintings. i The greeting card scenes in-1 clt'de five works of art, two of which have never been seen out- side the Vatican walls. UXICEF has been granted special permission and the unique privilege of reproducing these works. Canada is represented by a lively and colorful toboggan-1 ing scene from The National Gallery. The UNICEF organization is celebrating its 25th anniver- sary this year. Cards arc now obtainable from these outlets; U of L book store or vour local I.G.A. CHECK OUR PRICES WITH ANY STORE IN TOWN. YOU WILL BE SURPRISED AT THE SAVINGSI LADIES' SWISS WATCHES 17 JEWEL I 3 304, On the Second Floor, To Save You Morel SANDY'S JEWELLERY 304 5th St. S. Phone 327-4625 "What enticement' do you have to keep me from switching to that new discount market around the Soak away tension with Cow Brand Soda Lie back and feel tension ebb a warm, soothing COW BRAND Soda bath. You'll feel so relaxed, so rested. And it's so pour about a cupful of COW BRAND into your tub. It will also relieve sunburn, hives ond itching skin. Sold in and2lb. packages. off GREEN'S SHOES ON SIXTH STREET SOUTH ENTER THE DOWNTOWN SHOPPERS' BONANZA AT GREEN'S SHOES OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY Till 9 P.M. BINGO Scandinavian Hall 22? 12th St. "C" N. Fri., Nov. 5th Starts a! p.m. Doors Open p.m. 5 Cards for 1.00 4th, 8th and 12th Gtvuei in 7 Numbers WORTH in 54 Numbers Sorry Ho One Under 16 Years of Age Allowed JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday Evening, November 4th Sponsored by Ladies' Aid of St. Peter and St. Paul'i Church STARTS P.M. SHARP-PARISH HALL CORNER 12th STREET B AND 7th AVENUE NORTH Jackpot Starts at and is Won Every Thursday 5th-7 No. Jackpot Pot o' Gold 25c PER CARD OR 5 FOR SI.00 ALSO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZE Persons under 16 years not allowed Pre-Chrisfmcss Special! LADIES! Avoid the rush. Have that perm done now at Coby's Beauty Shop, 322 13th Street North Perm Reg. 12.50. PRE-CHRISTMAS SPECIAL WE ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE THAT MARSHA SMITH Formerly of Cartiston, has joined our slaff. Marlha It particularly well qualified in hair styling, COBY'S BEAUTY SHOP 322 13 St. North, Lethbridgs Phone 327-5687 IT'S WESTCLOX WEEK at LETHBRIDGE Come In And See All The Beautiful New Faces We Have Added To Our WESTCLOX ARCH WESTCLOX MAGIC TOUCH DROWSE In Plain Antique White. Key wound alarm clock. When the bell alarm wakes you you just gcnlly touch it on top ond it shuls off. Was 6.98. WESTCLOX WEEK SPECIAL, EACH............ WESTCLOX MUSICAL DROWSE Charming music box wakes you gcnlly Stops 7 mrnulrs thrjn bell nlarm wakes yon aqnm Provincial White and Antique Gold. Wns 11.95. WESTCLOX WEEK SPECIAL, EACH Lets you drowse approximately LiirnMir-ir, Hinl in K'.'n rotors ONEIDA DELUXE STAINLESS CUTLERY ONEIDA COMMUNITY STAINLESS 32-PIECE SETS In special gift box. Service for eicjht in two beautiful pattnrni, Vonetia and Wood- mere, Was 59.95 set. OQ.95 NOW ONLY, SET ONEIDACRAFT DELUXE STAINLESS 32-PIECE SETS 39 lii special gift hox. Service for eight In Hi roc bfiautiful patlnrns. tasting Rose, C ho- le nu ond Nordic Crowi Was 44.95 set. NOW ONLY, SET 29.95 COME IN AND USE OUR CHRISTMAS LAY AWAY PLAN ON THESE TIMELY PRICED ITEMS. HOYT'S NORTH LETHBRIDGE YOUR "HARD-TO-FIND HARDWARE" STORE ;