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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta IS THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Snlurtlny, Otlobot For The Record By AAAR1LYN ANDERSON Family Editor ,4 Calendar of Local Happenings literature department of! St. Patrick', I'Wb will tournament at l.ltti pin sharp At 7 p.m Tucsdav i bus will the Malhcsis Club will_rncct as follows- Tuesday. Prizes. All are no I leave the Elks Club to lake the p.m. Tuesday, with Mrs. Mrs. .1. (lloa.Min ivitli Mrs. L. ciime. K. II. Davis, Apt. 1-105 Sloele, 410 Si. S., at !i Au- S. p.m. Tuesday. St. Patrick's t'Wl. is women to Warner with the travelling gavel. !IE of I.ethbridge is here to stay and whether YOU v. ere in favor uf Ihe west side c, Mrs. L ]''Mer Mrs. a fall tea anil bazaar Ironi The regular monthly mcclin- S Mary the Virgin ACW will Clcmenl, Slit 17 Si S. at I! p.m.. 2 to p.m. Saturday in Ihe of the Canadian I'S Kai v hold .1 fall tea and hake sale; Tuesday. church hall. Pensioners' Association wo frum L' p.m. Thursday, Oct. Mrs. F. Drcsle will, Mrs. .1. held in the clih r t 9 Moran. 621 L'li St. S. at 2 p.m. There will be a dance at !i p.m. Tuesday. All members are Wednesday Kui: bingo tonight at 8 p.m. Mrs. II'. II p.m. at Ihe Vouiujstown Coin- urged In attend Barn-am with immitv Hall on Saltmias move or not, Ihe cnmpus is in operation and should m Ihc Oddfellows Hall, .lackpot Mrs. .1. n. in 12 St. in honor of the'wed- The Ixwal Order of MOO-T be utilized to its fullest capacity. 55 numbers. Every- at MO p.m. Wednesday. ding of Hiss Linda Call Kindree will hold a social and dance at It may be fell that a university is for only those jj Mrs. A. and Mr. I.elloy Allan Cook, (i p.m. Saturday in the Moose people who are working Inward a degree program, 'Graham, in Corvette Crescent Everyone welcome. or for people who alreailv Have one or'more degrees, Wednesday. U isn't Not by a Ions shot Jr 'J; MdXil10" vitcd guest.. :iti Hall. Music by The Swing Kings. For members and in- .'l- d l01'- Tuesday at the home of Mrs.. Wadden 41ii K St A S at It vek dinner will he h-'d -it -v-ifi Che University has been sponsoring programs of 325 7 Ave. A S; Co- p.m. Wcdnesdav. p m v interest to the comrm.mly on non-credit basis, that will be Mrs. Charlcne of tickets Jvailabu' ITW is. you can audit the class, which means you sit in IMIITCM and Mrs. Rhonda- Soiithniin.sici- Girls Choir will members or the church i.lliee on classes, listen to all the lectures, but are not re- -Mrs. Jean Poile will practise Monday from to sponsible for writing papers and passing exams. You can also enter the university as an adult with no problem. You don't have to be a teen-ager, or present the program, your poise U a.m. in tlie church, and ciuii'in. The evening branch of St. Augustine's ACW will hold its regular monthly meeting at p.m. Tuesday in the parish hall. Laurel Chapter No. OKS. will bold its 50th anniversary M-lnle Nn 7 win Scuthminster Circle Square lea from 2 to r, p.m. Saturday, J P; s r0t ,iar r liu muuieill. 1 oil uon i lldve [0 OC a lUen-aOCT, 01 lv" "UUJ nimiuui.-., ,0 ar mripiint1 Tnrt even have senior matriculation. On a special entrv as fW ;vin Ofmee Club's learners' Rroup October 16, in ( honoring past an adult, you eat, enter a degree-granting credit 'pro- "ll" nd Counsellors are more to assist in every show STa'le "HS S "a-v- visit to Israel. All members of: be the last week for eonples to i There is no need lo assume you are the only otic the are invited, in Lethbridge without a degree, or without senior matriculation, and the university people won't intim- idate you either. Under a special service grant, the universit; p.m. iples join the group Women are The Melling Mi-llahoii section i asked to please bring a bos of St. Augustine's ACW will are lnvltcd to the flrsl' ttlurl-A-Ways will hold a lunch. mesl at pm Tuesr'ay in and round dance at (he home of Sirs .1 Mel'ling harp Monday, in St. An-. The .Mile Drop-in- 824 7 St S Oddfellows. Rebekahs and 1 party of the season at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Odrlfellous Hall. Everyone welcome. for the first time this VP-IV o'ffpr tn thp oVn" l Parish hal' with round; Csntre will bo open as usual tne tirst time this >ea, otter coutscs to the gen- (lai.i-e at p.m. All: Thanksgiving Day, but the keep Women of Lethbridge Lodge ucw Units of Southminstet eral public with no academic requirement. One of the most popular courses on record is the Shakespeare film series. Dr. Menno Boldt. of the continuing education de- partment said that when the series was originally announced, it was to be held on the west campus and Ihe university hoped for 125 interested people. They anticipated perhaps 80 or 90. The response was fantastic. There ivere 465 people interested in the series, and it had to be moved, be- cause of the numbers, to the Vates Centre. Courses are offered for entertainment or for in- formation such as the family relations course to begin Thursday. Tins course is being offered in conjunction with the Canadian Mental Health, and is non-credit, So registration and limited to 50 persons. This latter workshop is the type of tiling which could be lost if people are concerned about making the trip to the west side campus. Even the east campus has encountered difficulties in getting the community out because of transportation. There's no need to be frightened of a university or nervous about getting out there and trvitif to find your way around. 1 get lost nearly even- time I go there. If I've been where I'm going to before. I'm all set but if it's a new spot. I ask" directions or get someone to draw me a map (which I generally lose in my carl but no one has ever made me feel like a simpleton for having to ask. on-campus or off. It's of twofold benefit for the community to par- take of university activities. The community is en- riched and the university is fulfilling its purpose in being here. It can't be stressed too much that the university is for every person who wishes to use it. It's a long way out to the west campus especially i in the winter but the parking is good, there's a walk- way and down to the buildings, and now even the bus is running. i Buses leave the comer of 4th Ave. and 6th St. S. (by Kitson's Pharmacy i at p.m. and a bus re- turns at p.m. This service begins at a.m.. and continues at 8 a.m., a.m.. 9 a.m.. a.m.. p.m, p.m.. the one alrcadv mentioned 9'45 p.m. Two bus runs are made Saturday and Simdav at 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. The University will run without you and you can probably get along without the university, but what- ever your objectives in life are. and whatever (heir's are. will be improved and enriched if vou explore them together. Don't shy away from meetings held at the uni- versity east or west campus. Don't be afraid to take courses, and use the library'. Thai's what it's there for. square and round dancers fit class for ne.xfweek only will Xo. .12. Order of the Rmal Pirr- to be held at a.m. Wednes- pic. are reminded there will he ciune. Women are please bring a box lunch. United Church will meet as fol- lows: i day. There will also be a bridge no regular ili'i'ida'v Alma Blwnanan Mrs. A. Duff. 833 12th St. S., Wednesday at p.m. Chinook with Mrs. S. .1. Greg- ory. 1242 6th Ave. A S., Tues- day at p.m. i Grace Marshall with i L L. T. Allen, J507 7th Ave. S., i Wednesday at p.m. Hllen Denoon with Mrs. H. C. Niven. 70! 13th St. S., Wednes-: day at. 3 p.m. NJ Tuesday evening with Mrs. Claire Mahe, 302 24th St. S., j i Tuesday at 8 p.m. Helen Draffin will meet at i Uie church lounge, Wednesday at p.m. 48 Group will meet in the Family life 'workshop to begin Thursday, Oct. 14 A happy IKIIIIC life for adults i co-sponsored by the University and ynuih is the topic of the of Lothbridge and the Canadian first infni nuil sit-in session Mental Health Association. Thursday at a family workshop So that all people in the Leth- bridge area may enjoy the new campus, all three sessions will bo held in Room D630 at the U of L west campus, from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. City buses leave 1 Avc. and (i St. S. at p.m. .iml return after the class. The first workshop will dis- cuss the communication gap be- tween parents and teen-agers, examining youthful talk about school drop out, their rebellion against family rales, and cop- ing with family sex education problems. Workshop leaders will be Pro- fessor George Mann, sociologist and Dr. Tony Miller, psychol- ogist, of the U of L faculty. As they hope to help with specific problems raised by persons at- tending, registration will be limited to 50 people. The 55 registration fee covers the three sessions and is pay- able to Box 33, Lethbridge. Scholarship registrations will i be available under certain con- 0 T F 1 C K I! S ELECTED Lcthbridge Social Credit Women's Auxiliary held an c-lcctiiin of officers Wedncs- Mrs A. A Dngterom, sec- ond vice-president. Mrs. L. C. II a I m r a s t. secretary-trea- surer; Mrs. .1. Shield, card committee: Mrs. F. Adams, education: Mrs. T. Ociney, hospital committee. CUT SANDPAPER If your scissors are dull, sharpen them by cutting a piece of sandpaper several times. wl; church library. Monday, ber 18 r! p.m. Octo BINGO RAINBOW HAIL 5th N. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12th al 8 p.m. Isl Jockpol S70 in 57 Nos., 2nd Jackpot in 56 Free Cards-Cards and Games, 2St per Card. 5 Cards 51.00 3 Free Games Door Prize No Children Under 16 Venn Sponsored By A.U.U.C. Association Local iroinfiti presented ivilh trophy At the annual meeting of the r inadian Society of Radiologi- cal Technicians held recently in Red Deer. Mrs. Georgina Poul- RT, AC, of Lethbridge presented with the Welch -Me- morial Trophy for honorable and faithful service to the pro- of x-ray technology. Tins trophy is given in memo- ry of Herbert Welch. RT.-cne of the founding members of the CSRT. the professional organi- zation of x-ray technicians. It is the first time the trophy has been won by a Lethbridge member of the society. Mrs. Poulsen. wife of Dr. E. R. Poulsen, graduated Gait Hospital in 1354 and re- ceived her post-graduate degiec prm incially A.R.T. in 1'itfi and in 1970. her advanced certification A.C. (Dominion I. She has been associated willi the local branch of tbe CSRT. bold- ing various positions on (he executive over the past numbur of years. HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household CAIL 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 Isl AVE. S. NOW YOU ARE FINISHED SCHOOL And Desire too Learn a Profession WHY NOT BECOME A HAIRDRESSER We havo 3 fully qualified full lime instruc- treses and we teach all phases of beauty culture, hair styling ond cutting, bleaching, tinling and permanent waving. You'll enjoy our new remodelled and air-conditioned school. A professional beautician pays high- er thon the average income and opportu- nities are unlimited. Fill Ouf This Coupon for More Information Alberto Beauty School 405 5th St. S., Lethbridge NAME...............- ADDRESS ............I CITY Tuition Payment! Classes Starting Now THANK YOU FROM ALL GUIDES and BROWNIES IN SOUTHEKN ALBERTA to oil those who helped build, repair and maintain Camp Okeekun or Fort Macleod ESPECIALLY LETHBRIDGE KIWANIS YOU RE SAFE THIS YEAR You.lg Megan Sullivan, gettmg her first look aMhThve product of her Thanksgiving feast, gives obvious preference to tbe cocker spaniel at her side. The turkey is just as happy He'd just as soon everyone forgot about him this weekend. He's safe now, but can look forward to being remembered by Dec. 25. Megan is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Sullivan, 804 8 St. N. -Walter Kerber Photo o 'n and out Clarence Livingston of Contts. is a pationt in St. Mi- chael's Hospital. Visitors an- permitted. ElECT A REPRESENTATIVE FOR WORKING PEOPIF TO CITY COUNCIL L Work for the full industrial development of our City. 2. Make available to any Citizen, the in- formation they require concerning any City business. 3. To maintain City ownership of all our utilities, and other facilities operated directly by the various City Depart- ments. 4. Work with all other Boards re Schools, Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Public Li- brary, etc. for better economic plan- ning. ALDERMANIC CANDIDATE Vote MILROY, "NAP" A. Iniortcd by thu "Nap" Milroy, Norm leclaire Campaign Committed Phono 358-W5 or 327-6133 CASH BINGO TONIGHT, SATURDAY 8 O'CLOCK HUNGARIAN OLD TIMERS HALL A S100 Blackout Bingo played for till won every Saturday plus 2 "-Number Jackpots JACKPOTS NOW SB5 AND 5 Cards for 51.00 or 25c each (located Next ID No. I Firehall! ATTEND THE ALL NEW N.A.F.-UNIT 3 COR. 5th AVE. and 6th ST. S. IN THE CLUBROOMS FUISDAY, OCT. 12th-8 p.m. First 12 Games First Card Othnrs 25c each 1st No. Jackpot (increases wnckly) 2nd No. Jackpot (increases weekly) Extra 5 Gamci Cards 25c ca. or 5 (or Blackout in 58 Numbers All regular gomes pay double if won in 7 nos. or less MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS Avoid Disappointment! Book your children's Christ- mas Portraits Nowl KAREl IYN 10 months daughler of MR. ond MRS. R. HEGGIE RAYMOND lOCATLU JUST ACROSS FROM THE CPR DEPOT PHONE 327-2658 ;