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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THI IITHBRIDGI HERAID Saturday, 37, 1976 For The By MARILYN ANDERSON Herald Family Editor W H A T EVER happened to good old fashioned courtesy? Good old-fashioned courtesy, as I re- call, was the kind where you let another speak his piece and at least made the show of hearing what he had to say. Maybe we haven't lost any of the good old-fash- ioned courtesy; maybe some people just forget to bring theirs along to tilings like public hearings. Public hearings which city council holds from time to time are no doubt a good tiling. The elector- ate has the right to make its wishes known more frequently than once a year, or three years as it will be in the future. As far as recent hearings are concerned they've been quite successful from the standpoint nC num- bers. From the standpoint of courtesy, they've been nowhere. At the last public hearing on the 4lh Ave. closing there were a few observers who wished they were somewhere else. It's expected that briefs may get quite forcefully presented and those who are going to be affected by the eventual decision may be eager and intent. Surely it's also expected that since it is a "hear- ing" they will allow those on. the opposite side of the fence the courtesy lo be heard. Coughing, chair scraping, talking aloud during someone else's presentation is rude. It smacks of child- ishness, and shows that animosity, not logic, is present. Not everyone is an orator. Not everyone comes to the point of his address, stays there and holds his audience with him. But he deserves an orderly, quiet room in which to be heard. He has as much right as anyone there to speak and if no one else, at least the members of council wish to hear. There are certain rules governing public hear- ings, and the chairman, who is the mayor or deputy mayor, informs the hearing of such regulations prior to the meeting. Yet, it seems that it is not completely understood that the hearing is not a trial. No decision is handed down from the "Judge and jury." Council must still meet to reconsider everyone's The hearings are valid, they're interesting, they dp get the people involved in what's happening in the city. Not everyone goes to register a protest, and one can learn a great deal about the community and lit- tle segments of the community, and manners or lack of same. And you never know you just might find as I did recently someone sitting behind you that you haven't seen for 20 years. Forthcoming marriages Mr. anrl Mrs. Ronald Cob of BeDevue are pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming mar- riage of their daughter, Denise Gwendolyn to Mr. Stuart Ar- nold Hoot, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hoot of Coleman. The wedding will take place December 19 at 3 p.m. in Belle- rue United Church. F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT EAGIES HAH 6th Ave. A ond 13th St. N. Every Saturday Nighf af 8 p.m. 5 Cards for 1.00 or Each 7 Number Games JACKPOT Goines and Free Cards DOOR PRIZE Children under 16 no! allowed Mr. and Mrs. L. P, McTighe of Lethbridge are pleased to announce the forthcoming mar- riage of their daughter, Muriel Louise, to Mr. Brian Keith Jen- kins son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Alston of Hartney, Manitoba, The Wedding Will take place on December 19 at 2 p.m. in Southminster United Church. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wobick of Barons are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Brenda Lynne, to Mr. Ian Douglas McPherson, son of Dr. and Mrs. Douglas MePherson of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on Becember 29 at 5 p.m. in Barons United Church. SALTING THE SHELL Next time you are in a hurry lo boil eggs put In a bit of salt in the water it will pre- vent the shell from cracking and the egg white will cook faster. CASH BINGO HUNGARIAN OlD TIMERS HAIL TONIGHT, SATURDAY 8 Q'CiQCK A Blackout Bingo played for till won every Saturday plus 2 7-Nuitfber JACKPOTS NOW AND S Cards for or 25c each (Located Next to No. 1 FirehaH) NOW YOU ARE FINISHED SCHOOL And Desiro !o Vcarn n Profession WHY NOT BECOME A HAIRDRESSER We hays 3 fully qualifier! fuil lime instruc- frsssRi tirtcf wo tomb nil phases of beatify culture, hair styling and cutting, bleaching, UnHng emu permanent waving, You'll enjoy our new remodelled ond air-conditioned ichool. A ptofcssiana! beautician pays high- er them thy avororjq income ond opportu- nities aro unlimited. Allwrln Scouly School Fill Out 405 Sth 5, S-i This Coupon j For Morn Information NAME ADDRESS CITY tow Monthly TuiHon j Payments j Starling Now L _ STAMPING OUT DISEASE-Public health service field nurse Ken Venugopal inoculates Rachel Hoof, 3, daughter of Mr, ond Mrs. Joe Hoof during a special clinic set up at the Blood Indian election centre. The satellite clinic was set up in Senator Gladstone Hall. Mrs. Jean Hinman, senior nurse in charge of the Cardston Health Centre said the children were being inoculated with one shot which protects against diphtheria, poliomyelitis, tetanus and pertussis (whooping Vaccinations for morbilh (red measles) ond rubella (German measles) were also avail- able at the clinic, as well as oral polio drinks for adults. .The mursing team gave 250 inoculations during the clinic. Program needs parents' co-operation Immunization on Blood Reserve CARDSTON (Staff) Mea- sles and whooping cough -coiild be eliminated from the Blood Indian Reserve if the parents would co-operate by having their children immunized, George Graff, Blood Indian Hospital administrator said 95 per cent of the children who could have complete protection from these diseases are with- out it. "We have the facilities to im- munize every person." Mr. Graff said the Blood In- dian Reserve has a better over- all health program than any other place in Canada. He said the situation on the Blood reserve is unique be- cause the public health ser- vices and the hospital are tied together. Other centres have public liealth service but it is not tied with the community hospitals. "The hospital offers curative medicine and Uie public health department offers preventive medicine. The community health worker acts as a liaison officer for both the hospital and the public health service with the he said. Mr. Graff said a start has been made to add to the at- SNOW BIRD Winter may be upa n us but if doosn'f seem to be bothering Rosslyn Coupland a Grade 11 siudent a! Winston Churchill High School. It's shovel-in weather and Rosslyn's max! isn't going lo h urt one bit in keeping out the snowy chill. Photo by Bryan Wilson I FRKAK ACC-HIKNT I TORONTO (CP) A hvo- inch-long steel pin- fired by a rivet gun went through the wall of a Toronto house and into ilia chest of n woman in the next apartment. Klizahol.il Aw. Siniih, 20, v.-as io hospital with the rivet I imbedded in her body. Ceramics For Christmas Made by You! Willoughby Ceramic Glazei Micldes Instruction Phone Helen Wilson Wilimnitl 328-4734 952 12th St. South tempb to increase the tamuni zation program by having a public health nurse in atten dance at special pediatric din ics in the nurses residenc Monday and Friday mornings "This supplements the man clinics set up throughout th reserve whenever there Is gathering Of people. We ar slowly winning the battle." AARN meet Mrs. Helen Sabin, executiv secretary of the Alberta Assc ciation of Hegistered Nurses will be in tethbridge to atten the annual dinner meeting o the Lethbridge branch Nov. 2 at the Park Plaza Hotel. Mrs. Sabin speak on he recent trip to Poland where sh attended a seminar on legis lation for the nursing profes sion. itenaar of local happening Ladies Auxiliary to the Royal Janadian Legion will hold its egular meeting Tuesday at 8 i.m. Annual elections will be eld. Oddfellows, Rebekahs a n d -'lends are reminded of the aril party to be held in the Mdfellow's hall, Tuesday at p.m. Everyone welcome. ana out iun Convenors for the Southmin- ster Food Festival, Bazaar and fea to be held in the church all Wednesday from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. will be Mrs. J. Home decorating; Mrs. B. Kocken, Urs L. T Allen Tea room; Mrs. R. C. Hill, Mrs. J. Wil- iams kitchen; Mrs, J. G. Doyle Food Festival. Serviteurs for the afternoon rill be Mesdames W. D. Kot- ows, G. Marshall, E. Forster, J Black, W. Harvey, W. Ever- son, A. Anderson, D. Hender- son, W. Langmead, R. McHen- dry, L. May, R. D. Eempel; J. Poole, D. Bylands, J. Prag- nell, A. Millar, J. D. McCutch- eon, J. E. McTavish, D. Peth- erbridge, R. Jacobson, C Firth, J. Sykes; D. Doram, M. Hoyt, L; E. Ingle, H. Bailey, W. Haig, D. G. W. Sutherland, Dale Martin J. B. Ayer, W. Reich, A. V. Weatherup, E. M. Snowden, G Willoughby, J. Fairbaira. Receiving the gnest-i at ihe Chrysanthemum Tea, spon- sored by the Dr. F. H. Mew burn OBfi Chapter, IODE, will be Mrs. E. Constable, regent Mrs. J. Craig, regent of Major Jack Ross Chapter, and Mrs W. A. Nelson, regent Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, as sisted by Miss C. McEachern and Mesdames L. J. McKenzie and C. M. Cranstoun. Added to the viewing of the flowers in the greenhouses wil be demonstrations in flowe arrangements and beautiful Christmas specialties, pro vided by the staff of Frache' Flower- Shop. Refreshments will be buffet style. Soiithniinster Circle square dance learners group will meet Monday night at 8 p.m. in Southm'insler hall. Box lunch requested please. ..Regular FOE bingo wil! be leld tonight at 8 o'clock in the Eagles' hall. Jackpot of in 52 numbers. Everyone wel- come. Pensioners and Senior Cti- zens Society of Lethbridge will hold a monthly general meet- ing Wednesday at p.m. in gym two of the Civic Sports Centre. A good attendance is requested for election of offi- cers. Plans will be made for the Christmas party to be held Dec. 18 in gym two. Lunch mil be served and bingo. Fort Macleod square dancers will hold a dance Monday at p.m. willf round dance practice at 8 p.m. in the ele- mentary school. All square dancers ivelcome. Women are requested to bring a box lunch and cups. McNally FWUA will meet in the home of Mrs. John SWba, Tuesday at 11 a.m. for a for- eign food fest. There will be a short business meeting. Roll call gift for Canadian Mental Health Association. Members are requested to note change of time. 25... letting Mm play his stereo full blast. PRE-CHRISTMAS SALE Shampoos 2.50 Hair Cuts 1.50 2 operators specializing in Redken BLEACHES, PERMS HAIR COLORING All AT IOW PRICES AT ELIZABETH ANN BEAUTY SHOP 1102 9th Ave, S. Phone 327-0640 IARIY OR IATI APPOINTMENTS Your happiest moments live forever in Christmas photographs INGRID MAUREEN 4 years Daughter of MR. AND MRS. HANK BENNINK NOBIEFORD .OCATIO JUST ACKOSS FROM THE CPR DEPOT PHONS 327J6Si For Your Will Remain OPEN All Day Widntidoyt, ClOSED All Boy Moniloyi. MAKE YOUR CHRISTMAS APPOINTMENT NOWII ;