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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 'HE LE1HBRIDGE HERALD Monday, November 8, 1971 tha NEW FRIENDS GET TOGETHER Senior citizens from Colemcm and Blairmoro drop- nio lothbiidcio Saturday for a big shopping spree, and enjoyed a friendly luncheon a' IMP Golden Mile Drop-In Centrn, hosted local senior citizens. ou o- tow n rcn-' joyed Maria the stripper wants recognition OTTAWA n.'I'i Maria Bsr- kit. alias Aphrodite, is only ]8. yet her w-jM-iirranyoti ynung body earns her -V.M a plus exjv.-nses. Tiie former Toronto .'-.r: dent is >'ar at Ottawa's flesh he was on LSD or acid for th'ee she tried witchcraft. Out that did not la-t yiio and nov.- she is a "I to take myself seri- ously A- a sex goddess sometimes 1 lauch in the middle of a very erotic movement J think of what I'm Maria .says she feels thai her work i.s a creative art form. Talking about the men in the audience, she T think I'm a kind of so- cial purpose. Here, can re- lieve their sexual Wednesday. Two bus load.-. 01 til! senior were taken to the Lethbridgc Community College and were cordially re- ceived by the faculty members. 1 The huse? then look members schools: to the u n i v e r s i t y campus Westminster Tuesday where they visited the cafeteria to p.m. Aciucs refreshments. The pension- Tuesday. to ivs separated into five guided I-'leei'.vood Bawden groups for an inspection tour to p.m. of the building. Basil's Wednesday, (i: Loneliness noir nrbtin epidemic TOROVfO Kit 7 to and n to 9 p.m.: Suim p.m. and i) Hi n in. Tuesday and Thursday Fit Jo a.m.; to a.m. Keep Fit and Volleyball: lion of pyramid selling .tub-. professions such as law, merii- "ICS- i suuitJal control of misleading cine nnd engineering, p.rrh: advertising and inclusion of the 10 j field of services under comnr- {jon tit ion policy. Referral selling is prohibited outright by the Act on the pre- 1 raise that such sellng is almost invariably based on misrcpre- Keep Swim 1 including services under lion of Canada fCAC) would proposed Competition Act. like some provisons of the Act range of activities, pre- to be strengthened. i In order lo thoroughly study the Act and to make the best 1 recommendations for its im- msurance, i provcmpnts_ CAC has formed a Task Force on Competitive Practices. Persons with ex- amples of problems in their area which they believe are. can-eel by lack of competition or ideas for improvement of. the proposed Compc-ti- ihe Act. may write Task Force.. Consumers' Association of Can- ada, inn Gloucester St., Ottawa. Ont.. K2P OA4. 60 YEARS LATER Mrs. Nellie Meilor hasn't seen her brother Harold Cooke, since he lefl their home in Man- chester, England, 60 years ago at the age of 10, Mrs. Meilor is in the city visiting her daughter, Mrs. May Freeman, whom she has not seen for 25 years. Mr. Cooka come from New York for the reunion. UKRAINIAN GREEK-ORTHODOX CHURCH BASEMENT Cor. 13lh Slreet and 7th Avenue N. PUBLIC BINGO EVERY TUESDAY p.m. DOORS OPEN P.M. DOOR PRIZE FREE CARDS FREE GAMES BINGO CARDS 25c EACH 5 CARDS BLACKOUT IN 56 NUMBERS OR LESS (Jackpot Increases Weekly) SI25 JACKPOT in 7 numbers or less Two seven numbers or less jackpot 525 each SPECIAL BONUS CHRISTMAS PRIZES 'TIL CHRISTMAS Scrry No person under 16 years of age allowed 1 i mvanaoiy on nnnicpit'- Ihe following schools: Gilbert scnUtion or misleading infor- Monday from and is usuaUv at: to p.m.: Hamilton Jr. j unsophisticated buyers life for fabric letting her get carried away by Ktigelbert Humper- iSinck. High Tuesday from to pyramid selling'is prohibited I p.m.: Galbraith Thurs-i uniess a ciear statement is idav from to p.m. i madc to the participant of what Bridge dcnce on Wednesdays to j p.m. Tiny Tots Creative Dancing: ihe VW'CA jcsi-; he might reasonably expect to receive when and if others par- ticipate in the scheme after him. This regulation will not THE tADIES' AUXILIARY TO THE REHABILITATION CENTRE FOR THE HANDICAPPED TEA AND SALE OF WORK will now be held Wednesday, Nov. 10th 2 to 5 p.m. at the WORKSHOP 1261 2nd Avenue A North GILBERT PATERSON SCHOOL TASK FORCE For help with oil ODD JOBS HOUSE CLEANING BABY SITTING Phone 327-4234 during School Hours! The Lethbridge Family Service in eo-operotion with other nnd agencies in the community presents a series of weekly afternoon DISCUSSIONS ON CHILD DEVELOPMENT RED CROSS BUILDING 1120 7th Avenue South p.m. NO ADMISSION CHARGE TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9th SCHOOL LEARNING DIFFICULTIES HOURE PUCKETT. Spptiol r-Mctwr lelhbrnlqr School DiMrirl Nn j I TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16lh SOClAl PRESSURES- Family. School. MRS. CAPO1 CHAPMAN, Srhool lothbridqr School District No. 51 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3tOh EDUCATION; A CONTINUING PROCESS MAURICE I.ANDRY, Director ol Elcmxnini-y Etlucal.on Srpnrcjtf School Board TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7th CHANGES IN ADOLESCENCE DP DOUG McPHERSON. p.-cliolncion, Biqclow Fowlrr Clir.i: TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14th GROWING OUT OF THE FAMILY DB 1AWRENCE KOTKAS. After .o to fhnrx wiil hr on opportunity I be ni well as porr Discussion MB. A. MONT, Exocutivo DirMtor. lothbridgn Family Servict MRS. J. PUCKETT, Counsellor, lellihridgo Family Sorvicr, BABY SITTING PROVIDED IN THE BIDG BY LADIES OF SI. PATRICK'S to p.m. Yoga: at the Bowman Art Centre Tuesday. Beginner 1: to Beginner 2: j to a.m. Sunday, Beginner 1: to p.m. EDMONTON tCP> If you are considering buying a gar- ment in the fashionabic. crushed or flocked velvets, ymi should be aware that the wear- life may be short, says Marilyn Hemsing. clothing specialist for j at the Civic Centre, Tnuredays i affecl legitimate direct selling i to p.m. i organizations which follow the Synchronized Swimming: at; requirements of the Act. the Fritz Sick Pool Tuesday, j Several aspects of advertis-1 ment's textile laboratory. i to p.m.; Thursday, 1 ing will be controlled if the! These new velvets differ from Act comes into effect. The Act would make it an offence to promote a product or service by making a misleading repre- sentation concerning price; guarantees: performance or length of life; warranties, re- English: at the I.i-1 placement or service provi- brary. Wednesday. 2 to 4 p.m.; sions; or any other materially Bowman Art Centre. misleading facts. The Act pro- hibits the use of tests or tcsti- dav. 7 to 9 p.m. Babysitting is available for! monials to promote a prochrt all daytime There will NOT h, i ur.less the person making the test has given written approval the Alberta agriculture depart- the conventional velvet, she said. They are made cither by drawing rayon flock to a woven background fabric coaLcd '.vith an adhesive or hy attracting rayon flock tit iho surface of a foam bonded to a knit or woven fannc. There are three common cus- tomer complaints about these fabrics. Mrs. Hemsing said. They may lose flock from abra- sion or nibbing action during wear, there may be separation any YWCA activities on Novem. I of the advertisements contain- of the foam from the base fib- ber 11. due to it being Remem- brance Day. Therefore Blue Tri- ing the results or the testimen-1 ric or ccicr mav change angles at Lakeview and Gal- braith and Senator Buchanan will be cancelled. Plus Junior i ial satement and authorized its use. cause of distortion of the flock reflection in certain lights. Gym at Wilson .Jr. High, Keep i Fit and Swim and Volleyball.! Tiny Tots Dancing, Synchron- ized Swimming will all be can-1 celled. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS IODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS-8 p.m. Pre-Christmas Special! at LADIES! Avoid the rush. Have that perm done now Beauty Shop, 322 13th Struct North Perm Reg. 12.50. mr. Qfl PRE-CHRISTMAS SPECIAL WE ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE THAT MARSHA SMITH Formerly of Cardston, hoi joined our staff. Martha is particularly well qualified in hair styling. GOBY'S BEAUTY SHOP 322 13 St. North, Lethbridge Phone 327-5687 Make Business a Pleasure! For your business luncheon enjoy hearty food, and prompt friendly service. MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE Phono 327-5701 fTl r Enjoy Our t i Businessmen's Luncheon Served every Monday to Fiidtiy from to 7 p.m. CONTRACT GIFT DIVISION a highly personalized service for executives and organizations who care about their gift1; to clients, employees and friends MacKenzie's proudly announces a new gift selection service that saves valuable time and money for the busy executive and civic, fraternal or professional organization. At your convenience, an experienced consultant will meet with you at MacKenzie's to personally assist you in selecting the perfect gift from our internationally famous collection of unique and exclusive imports. Whether your gift need is for one or many...rrom curling team prizes to retiremeni awards...from individualized gifts for clients or any special occasion...a professional MacKenzie's consultant makes shopping effortless. Consultations by appointment only. Without charge, of course. This new personalized V.I.P. Gift Service makes it easier than ever lo give the added prestige of a quality gift from MocKenzie's. For Appointment, call Contract Gift Division CHARGFX... CHARGE... OR BUDGf T AFFILIAItl) WITH MAl'PIN S LIMITED______________ MAPKFNZTF'S i DIAMOND MERCHANTS JEWEL1ERS REGNA CALGARY IETHBRIDGE In LETHBRIDGE: 613-4rfi Avenue South Telephone 328-4214 J ;