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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Thursday, November 18, 197! Plastic workload: HYGIENIC GARBAGE Light, odor-free plastic garbage bags are becoming in- creasingly popular across Canada because of their time and labor-saving convenience to householders and municipal sanilation d2portments. One manufacturer of plastic garbage bags conducted tests showing garbage in plastic bags could be collect- ed up to 40 per cent faster than garbage in cans, resulting in substantial collection savings for tax-paying residents. ivinq o Quota Club of tethbridge Bazaar Winners Held Oct. 30lh DCOR PRIZE GIFT CERTIFICATE donctc-d by Marie-Louise Millinery MRS. J. H. STEWART 1102 13th Ave. N. BARBIE DOtt and WARDROBE MRS. I. CLASK, orawn, Onl. f I (ill lenctar of Local hai: '.ppemnaA Ijcthhridge Lodge N'o. 2 IOOF This Ls a business meeting meet Friday nomina- i for members only who be tions for 3rd degree. asked to register upon arrival. The first general meeting of The Lethbridge Old Time the Memorial S'ociety of Leth- Dance Club is holding a dance bridge will be held'at the Assumption School, 24th Thursday Nov. 23. in the Car.a- St. and 14th Ave. S., Saturday dian Western Natural Gas aucli- at p.m. with music by the torium, -110 Stafford Drive. Westerners Orchestra. Every- une welcome. ST. BASIL'S C.W.L. TOMEOIA WINNERS Isl PRIZE S75.00 Erncsl Anderson, Big Beaver, Soil-. 2nd PRIZE S5U.CO Francis Grey, 1254 4th Ave. N., leth. 3rd PRIZE S30.00 Roland Anderson, 1130 23rd St. N., Leth. 4th PRIZE S25.00 Brian leClaire, 1419 12th Ave. N., Leth. 5th PRIZE SI 5.00 J. Mortens, 327 16th St. N., teth. 6th PRIZE Adele McDougall, 1273 ]0th Ave. N., leth. DOIIY Mrs. tourno, 1823 6th Ave. N., Lethbridge CAKES Mrs. Viima Valer, 1277 9th Ave. N., tethbridge Mrs. Margaret Hewlett, 643 16th St. N., fethbridge DOtt Elsie Alexander, 1214 13th Ave. N.. lehbridoe NEW HOPE BALTIMORE (Reuter) Thousands of children suffering from dwarfism may receive help from a new synthetic hu- man-growth hormone, says Dr. Saivatcre Raiti of the National Pituitary Agency. Regular injections of the pituitary-type hormone from four to five years could help children attain a o' ir'tc d of four feet, he said recently Fresh from England.The Rimmel line of Beauty Preparations. Now in Canada. A wide range of Benuly produclt by RIMMEL for your eyes, for your lips, for your complexion, for fragrance. Check Ihe new RIMMEL Beauty Boutique. II has everything for your personal Beauty. Make sure you insist on RIMMEL. You can'l buy better. Easy curb for domestic garbage explosion Every Canadian is now dis- cnrdirg about five pounds ol household waste daily ;iral I his figure is expected to double in another deeade, says Robert Frank of Toronto. He says the waste is expected to increase another per cent in the. next 10 years. "One bright says Mr. j ''is ilie result of experi- ments carried out by