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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, 1, WO THE 1EIH8RIDG6 HIRAtB X J NCJW workshop prog ram Delegates from Lelhbridge, Calgary anil Edmonton sectioiis of the National Council of Jew- ish Women met Sunday at the Park Plaza Holel to begin the 2nd annual provincial public af- fairs workshop. Mrs. M. C h o (I a k, national hoard member of Calgary, in welcoming members noted that this was the first lime all three sections were represented. She said that in order to have effec- tive social action in the com- munity, there must be rele- vance, planning and communi- cation. High on the agenda was de- velopment of plans for estab- lishing a provincial social ac- tion committee. Issues under study lor social action may include mailers of interest to individuals within the section, within the community or those issues compatible with Hie national program. Lethbridge section has been active in mental health studies in the city whereas other sec- tions have concerned them- selves with geriatrics and a study of the Worth commission. Discussion brought forth th2 suggestion that social action may take a fotm of study and1 understanding issues rather thaa becoming physically in- volved with them; that support may be moral as weli as or in- stead of financial. The two-clay workshop con- cludes today. Ann Landers Dear Ann Landers: Thank you for your cooperation. The American Cancer Society will be pleased to send free of charge to anyone who writes, a copy of the booklet "Per- sonal Memo For Today, B.S.E." We have arranged for a special Post Office Box. lo expedite the handling of Ihese requests. All of us here wish to express our deep appreciation to you for your splendid support of tills life-saving endeavor. The address is American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 444, New York, New York 10017 Joseph Clark, Director of Pi-ess. And now a word from Ann Landers: I urge every fe- male from 13 years of age up lo write for this free booklet at once. Can you think of a better return on a 6 cent invest- ment? I can't. BEAR ANN My dad is a great guy, smart in business (an executive in a big company) and too young In be senile So can't he gel a name straight? There are always lots of kids around, the same gang I've grown up He has seen Item all hundreds of times but he gets so mixed up 1 could die. He calls Howard Harold, Bill Bob Fred is Frank and Jerry is Gerry. It's no better with the girls. Sherry is Mary and Mary is Millie. Ruthie is Rosie and Andrea is Adrian. I've thought of making name-tags as a gag but I'm afraid the kids nright think he is a moron. What are your thoughts on lliis subject? DEAR EMBARRASSED: One of the problems is that you "non-conformists" all look alike. Small wonder Pa gels mixed up. I say forget it. Your friends don't attach any importance to your Dad's calling them by the wrong name. If they come from a family where there's more than one kid their mothers do it all the time. If you want to correct him, do it nicely: Example: "Dad1. This is HAHOLD And please remember this letter when you arc 51. Let's see how well YOU dp with names. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "Are you going to try a second .You poor thing, stial! i gef you the }ack from the car Diane McLean, Lefhbridge's Miss Hope Hope chosen i j I Sunday I Diane McLean, a 20-year- old nursing student from St. Michael's General Hosp it a I School of Nursing was chosen Sunday afternoon as Let h- 1 bridge's Miss Hope. The title was awarded for the i nursing candidate who will rep- resent Lelhbridge District Unit in the provincial Miss Hope i contest in Edmonton. The competition is sponsored by the Canadian Cancer Soci- ety with the purpose of educat- ing both the professional nurs- ing staff and public about can- cer and the Canadian Cancer Society. Miss McLean was judged on intelligence and personality, but mainly for an oral presentation on cancer nursing and the Can- cer Society. The other two candidates Joyce King-Hunter, Gait School of Nursing, and Arlene Woolf, Lethbridge Community CpEege and Miss McLean were intro- duced to approximately 150 peo- ple at the Yates Centre by El- len Cowling, last year's Miss Hope of Lethbridge. Also present was Pat Mur- phy of Calgary, the provincia: Miss Hope winner for 1970. Entertainment included per- formances by the Lethbridge Kiwanis Band under the direc- tion of Frank Hosek and Miss Pat Ewiiig, soloist. I.OVE CHILD Written in a wobbly childish hand, a letter arrived at USC headquarters, "We held A Cup of Milk drive because we would like to save millions of lives. We would also like to share our hearts and our love. Since God made those lives we would like to have those lives The Unitarian Service Commit- tee is at 56 Sparks Street, Ot- tawa. CT J C All and classes re at ion Department. Baby- {s scheduled for Uing provided for all be cancelled (or this classes D n a account of Hie holiday, classes ai the Resi- iv V V VI (Calendar Of local H. Deb Teens, for girls Wednesday, 2 U) 4 p.m., cancelled for this week on ac- 1 11 over, will be held on of the holiday. The Evening Branch of St. CPU Pensioners meeting from 7 io i! p.m. at classes ai the North Augustine's ACW svill be held in local club rooms School. This week Libraiy, Wednesday, 2 io ing at 7 p.m. not 8 p.m. as at 2 p.m. Election session on Babysitting. p.m., cancelled for this week. in the parish hall on Members arc urged in this age group are V Tan Chapter. Beta Sigma Triangles (3 to 12 PASTIME will meet Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Pat Hooper, 1803 7tU Ave. S. at 8 p.m. Co-hostess CWL will hold ik general meeting Wednesday at 5 be held at the follow i n g schools and all girls are in-vilcd to is estimated thai more than onu million Canadians bowl regularly be Mrs. Honi Hermanulz. "1 Agnes program "Our Own meeting of the to 8. and Westminster he presented by Mrs. Ruth Auxiliary to Shrine Hospitals for Crippled Children will tie held at the home of p.m. Wednesday Susie Bawdcn, 7 to 8, cancelled for this The Southern Alberta Snowden, 1702 15th St. Lakeview Dance Association to and will hold their regular Buchanan, to 8 meeting on Tuesday at Philatelic Basil's Mil commence p.m. in the 702 Wing Bldg. meet Thursday at the November 18, 7 the Kenyon Airport. All Auditorium from TO f.O.E, dancers are welcome. Women are requested to bring a box p.m. Agenda proposed auction. Gymnastics -pa Chapter, Beta Sigma Swim (10 lo 20 years) will he Held at the Nov. 9th the Mathesis Club will meet be held at the home Pool from lo 6 the home of Mrs. E. G. Sydney Hall, 326 27th Tuesdays and NO5, Tuesday at 2.30 on Tuesday at p.m. Keep Fit and ALARM BINGO" ,tt tesses will be Mrs. Hon will be held as Sigma Chapter of Beta Sigma 1 'OD Mrs; Alan Keep Fit: 7 to 3 Gold Card Pay Double Door Frofl Cords Phi will meet at the borne oil to 9 p.m., Swini: 8 to 9 olher exlfos) Mrs. Doreen Soderquist, Nu Chapter, Beta lo 10 p.m. Tuesday and 18th Ave. S., Tuesday at 8 will meet at the. home mornings. Keep Fit: for The program will be Hoy Chaiida, 318 24th Swim: to by Mrs. Soderquist on on Tuesday at p.m. classes are held at Sf. and 6fh Ave. N. Co-hostess is Mrs. Gloria will be given by Centra in children under 16 allowed the City Parks and PENSIONERS AND SENIOR CITIZENS LADIES' AUXIUARY TEA AND BAZAAR WINNERS Door Prize S10.00-MRS. KATIE QUINtAN 1315 Scenic Drive Hand Painling-COlLEEN HUBKA-CarmodBay Grocery HCHARDS-919 8lh St. N. lethbridge 3 pee. Doily Sel-ANGIE FUUER-1310 I3lh 51. N. lelhbridge Doily-MARIANNE MOGUS-218 Rideau Courl tomb Cake-WAUY GARTZEN-Wrenlhom OUR SINCERE THANKS TO All WHO HELPED TO MAKE OUR TEA AND BAZAR A BIG SUCCESS. ATTEND THE ALL NEW A.N.A.F.-UNIT 34 BINGO IN THE CLUBROOMS COR. Slh AVE. and 6th ST. S. First 12 Gomes First Card Others 25c each 7 No. Jackpol (increases weekly) 2nd 7 No. Jackpol (increases weekly) Extra 5 Games Cards 25c ea. or 5 for BIntkoui in 54 Numbers AH regular games pay double if won In 7 or is. seeing her in yorrr dreams. HURRY! CAPRI After November 13th, Canada Savings Bonds will cost you more because you will have to pay accrued interest. ;