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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THf IfTHBRIDGI HKAID Mday, Oetebtf It, Travellers Want Midi Grounded MONTREAL (CP) The midi-mini controversy ap- pears headed for a dogfight at feet with airline cus- tomers demanding that the longer length be grounded. John C. Gilmber, president of CP Air, said here that public reaction against the midi has been overwhelming since it was introduced hi Sep- tember as part of a new "non-uniform" approach to stewardess attire. A deluge of letters from travelling businessmen and executives criticized the Van- couver-bassd airline for mak- ing the stewardesses look like "flying frumps" and for bow- Ing to the wishes of "the fash- ion dictatorship." R e a c t i o n s ranged from light-hearted disapproval to open hostility. "I flew with my grand- mother as one busi- nessman wrote. "Why do I have to continue now that I am a lecherous old Another said the airHne's (capitulation to the dictates of the. fashion industry is silly if not outright stupid." Others called the new fash- ion dowdy, Victorian and re- miniscent of Russian army corporals. Some threatened to fly on other airlines which offer a more enticing view of the fe- male anatomy. CP Air was reminded that among seasoned air travellers the "view seats" were those next to the aisle, not beside the windows.' LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Campus Corner By KATHY ERDMAN F LCI 'A STRANGER walking into LCI would meet with quite a shock. One day, hs would see all the students smil- ing great big Snoopy smiles as they walked to class. Needless to say, that was the day we designated as Happy Day. An- other day, labelled Green and Gold Day, be would come upon people in all possible shades end tints of green and gold, and most of them sporting one green and one gold sock. Some of the boys would be patiently suffering under the strain of a Be. But, such fa the We of a Ram, the not so pleasant things along with the really great things. Like last Iriday's foot- ball game when the Rams made four touchdowns to de- feat Winston Churchill. A huge crowd1 turned out to aid the Rams to victory. Led by the Cheerleaders, the Pep Club, the male spirit directors, and Miss LCI Ram (Brenda we all screamed and yelled, and tooted and stamped and clap- ped. After the game was vic- toriously over, I felt as if it bad been I who bad done all the work of winning the game. Besides the Ram football team, our boys' and girls' bas- ketball teams have already Started practising for the sea- son. A lot of clubs of all de- gcriprions have sprung up into existence Chess Club, World Affairs Club, Drama Club, Ar- chery Club, Red Cross Youth, and French Club. Many other dubs are In the making, covering a wide range of interests. At LCI there's a dub for everyone. The Colle- "gian, our school newspaper, is putting the final touches on its great new second edition for the year. This year, LCI's Reach for the Top team played its first game with Viscount Bennett High from Calgary. Our team consisted of Tom Higa, Charlie Evans, Barney Robisson, and myself. At one point in the game the score was 110-10 in our fa- vor. The game was exciting all the way (and, looking back on it, fun) until we lost by a final score of 235-210. We tried our best, but, I guess, Viscount Bennett was just a bit faster on the draw. Since this tcleyisicn game pro- gram is national, it is arranged as a single knock-out. Thus, LCI Reach' for the Top career has ended for the year. Oh and don't forget to watch us on TV on Channel seven this Sunday at five-thirty! As usual, our great Students' Council is really on the ball. Various noon hour activities have been arranged, including a folk singing concert and a karate demonstration. At the beginning of the month, we had two super dances featuring the Happy Feeling and the Pages of Time. Since we rewrote our constitution, a great- many changes have occurred. We abolished the system of room reps. Instead, we elected five reps from each grade (who arechanged throughout the year) and two permanent Grade 10' reps. This forms the Legis- lature. This year LCI's'really going to do great things and reach heights never attained be- fore. So, come on out to the game tonight, when our Rams will play the CCHS Cougars. Come and see a repeat performance of last week's victory. And, re- member, Rams, we're with1 you all the way! (The views voiced In the above coinmn do not neces- sarily concur with either those of The Herald or Lel- Bter's, but are a reflectioi of the student opinion.) LEISTER'S MAIL ORDERS! Tick off fhe selections you want and send ta ui. You'll recelva your records for only each. Please Add 15c Postage on Orders and under. 1. LO-LA-Kingsloni [12. CIRLCE GAME-Buffy St. Mario .1 3. IOOK WHAT THEY'VE DONE TO MY SONG- The New Seekers t 4. YANKEE lADY-Jessle Winchester 5. GREEN EYED LADY-Sugarloaf 6. WE CAN MAKE MUSIC-Tommy Roe 7. EL CONDOR PASA-Simon and Gorfunkel 8. JULIE DO YOU LOVE ME-Bobby Sherman 9. GOD'S LOVE AND ROCK AND ROLL Garden and Van Winkle 10. OUT IN THE COUNTRY-Three Dog Night 11. PATCHES-Clance Conor 12. CRACKLIN' ROSIE-Neil Diamond COMING EVENTS OCTOBER 24th and 25th Southmlnster Jr. Girls Choir Operetta "THE IDEA" YATES CENTRE OCTOBER 26lh SCOTLAND ON THE SCREEN (Films on Scotland) PARAMOUNT CINEMA, Sponsored by St. Andrew's Scot Committee OCTOBER 27lh CONTEMPORARY DANCERS YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Sponsored by Allied Arts Council DECEMBER 13th SINGING TREE 70 YATES CENTRE LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDG., IETHBRIDGE NAME I ADDRESS LethMdgc Social Credit Womea'i Auxiliary will hold a and bake ute Saturday from 1 to p.m. in the Civic Spurt Centre. The Ante Campbell Singers with Mrs. Marian Swanston aa accompanist will assist the SouthmiDBter Junior Girls Choir on 'Saturday afternoon and oil Sunday at p.m., along with the Teen Clefs and; Jeffrey Cai- man in the presentation of the Operetta, The Idea, by Gustav Hoist, with Pat Skelbm an ac- companist. All three '.-heirs will be conducted by Mn. Anne Campbell. The George McKillop Home and School Association will hold its annual Hallowe'en Tea and UFE MEMBERSHIP Left to right, Mrs. J. (Oral) Boychuk presented Mrs. E. J. (Bertha) Kipp with a life membership in the Gait School of Nursing Alumnae during the grad- uation banquet held Thursday. Mrs. A. R. (Mary) Niven, lower right, also received a similar award at an earlier date, presented by Mrs. R. J. (Eileen) Flexhaug, right. New Book On Teen Etiquette NEW YORK Is. most- ly interacting with others, Aether it's your family, your friends, or the driver of the bus. Simple courtesy makes even the most casual meeting more agreeable." A girl who lives with one parent should be aware of her parent's loneliness but "avoid possessiveness." If the boyfriend of a girl you know calls for a date, consider fflat "you may gain an evening but lose a friend. Is be worth These are some pointers for negotiating today's world suc- cessfully as offered by Enid A. Haupt, magazine editor-in-chief in a new book of etiquette just recently published. Written es- pecially -for teen age girls, the volume treats manners, fa- shion and personal relationships as interrelated factors. In addition to covering all the etiquette fundamentals, the new volume discusses which of the old traditional rules can be relaxed and what contempor- ary customs are now accept- able. Some topics: when it's right to wear pants, to eat with your fingers; strange boy in public, plan a wedding, as- to talk to a Bow to speak semble a wardrobe where to find psychological help, ap- ply for a scholarship, hold a meeting. Some suggestions offered to girls by Mrs. Haupt include: On modern manners "The need for manners never changes, only customs Basic rules of conduct that show consideration for others are universal. If you know them, you will fit in wherever you are from Arizona to Romance -at work "When you look i for a .job, Snd one where you can make money and dates. Apply at shops that sell things, boys buy sports of photographic equipment, records, clothes." On working mothers Daughters should avoid useless bickering, exchange experi- ences of the day at dinner, and postpone problems till later. On unexpected guests "If a boy drops by your house with- out calling, and finds you in hair rollers, he deserves a cool reception. If you entertain him in rollers, you deserve one On a pleasing personality "Pretense irritates. It- doesn't captivate Instead of trying to impress people make your- self a more likeable person." On brothers and sisters "You'd probably never know discord if you'd be as consid- erate of them as you are of your best friend." On weddings "A formal wedding and reception are comparable to a theatrical production You need at least a six-months' beadstart for a large formal wedding and not less than three months for a small one." On overcoming your own pre- judice "You have to recog- nize it, admit it, and have a sincere desire to deal with It. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "Something went wrong.. .The boss told me someday I'd retire 6n half pay, and I said that's fine because I've been getting along on half pay as if is." LADIES' ASSOCIATION UKRANIAN CANADIANS ARE HOLDING A MUSEUM TEA OCTOBER 25 2-5 P.M. DOOR PRIZE SIR ALEXANDER GAIT MUSEUM EVERYONE WELCOME Take Off Fat With Home Recipe Plan It's simple how quickly one may lose pounds of unsightly fat right in your own home. Make thia homo recipe yourself. It's easy, no trouble at all and costs little. Just fio to your drugstore and aak for Naran. Pour this into a pint bottle and add enough grapefruit juico to fill the bottle. Tako two tablospoonsful twice a day as needed and follow the Naran Reducing Plan. If your first purchase docs not show you a simple easy way to lose bulky fat and help regain slender more graceful curves; if reducible pounds and inches of excess fat don't disappear frors neck, chin, arms, abdomen, hips, calvca and ankles just return the empty bottlo for your money back. Follow this eaay way en- dorsed by many who have tried this plan and help bring back al- luring curves and graceful alcnderness. Note how quickly bloat much better you feel. More alive, youthful appearing and active. But don't focus on the whole big issue as your objective Instead look for chances, day by day, when you can actually do something about it." (Calendar cL oca Bake Sale on Situ-day In We school auditorium, from 2 to 5 p.m. Everyone is welcome. Southminster Circle Square dance club will hold its regular dance Saturday at p.m. in Southminster hall. All square dancers welcome. Women please asked to bring a pie. HEART, CANCER KILL UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (AP) A UN Secretariat paper on the British South Atlantic is- land of St. Helena, where Napo- leon I died in 1821 at cancer, says 1968 health figures indicate the principal causes of death there were "degenerative heart disease and cancer." is... not buying a midi. PRIZE WINNERS AT ST. PETER ST. PAUL'S ANNUAL BAZAAR HELD SATURDAY, OCT. 17th. 1st Prize Mn. I. Upton, 135 Weitover Dr., S. W. Colgary, Ticket No, 1337 2nd Prize In Hewlett, 643 16 St. North, Lethbridge, Tickem No. 3070 3rd Prize Mrs. A. Susnor, 736 12 St. B. North, lethbridge, Ticket No. 4431 4th Prize Mr. J. 1517 9th St. North, Lethbrid9e, Ticket No. 2712 Sth Prize Mrs. H. Strong, 624 12 St. C. North, Ltthbridge, Ticket! No. 4136 6th Prize Mrs. Anna Olynyk, Coddale, Ticket No. 532 Ticket No. 4676 7th Prize Cornlngware Set Mrs. S. G. Gangur, 1122 9th N. lethbridje, Sth Prize Mary Smith, 283 Western Ave., Ticket No. 4752 9th Prize Credit Note Kobol'i F. Critchfleld, 1509 14 ve. S., Ticket No. 2877 I0th Prize Agnts Pedersen, 328 Weddenburn Rd. S. E., Colgary, Ticket No. 1891 Dth Prize Stephen Stanko, Gen. Dlvry., Ticket No. 4010 12th Prize Credit Note, Imperial Jewellers, Michael F. Beresnak, Monarch Ticket No. 757 13th Prize Carol Smith, 1340 Univeriify Dr., Calgory, Ticket No. 2041 14th Prize Irene Duff, 1009 18 St. North, Lethbridge, Ticket No. 2474 15th Prize Bert Nyreie, 1701 13 Ave. North, Lethbridge, Ticket No. 1045 16tth Prize Miss Debbie KOIIO, 1119 13 St. S., Lethbridge, Ticket No. 87 17th Prize Vaie Mike Stefancciik, Box 52, Iron Springs, Ticket No. 1963 1 Sth Prize Ornament Mn. J. Pets, Hardieville, Ticket No. 722 19th Prize 5 J. Kopervoi, 1809 2nd Ave. N, Urthbrldge, Ticket No. 4549 Cake Mrs. John Sevcov, 2015 16th Ave. S., Lethbridge Door Prize Mrs. Peter George, 323 15 St. S., lethbridge THE LADIES AID TO ST. PETER and ST. PAUL'S CHURCH, WISH TO THANK THE PUBLIC FOR HELPING TO MAKE THIS ANNUAL AFFAIR SUCH A SUCCESS. Winners of the above priies may pick them up at the home of Mn. G. Onofrychuk 632 12 St. C. North, between the hours of 1-5 p.m. Phone 327-4610 Hollinswarth'! A Ladies' Fashion Store filled with nothing but bargains every day! With over 30 stores in our chain we find thousands of items during the year, left over from broken assortments seasonal clearances etc., etc., which create a stock control problem. So, we have converted our COLLEGE MALL STORE into a Year-Round Giant Bargain Bazaar, and will keep if stocked only with clearance items. But at such fabulous prices that now you can save on your clothing budget to an extent you would not before have believed possible every day! Look at these for just a sampling of the savings you will find at our BARGAIN BAZAAR! Sportswear PANTS SHORTS SKIRTS SWEATERS Seasonal Values to OUR PRICE 1 DRESSES Polyester Knits Imported From Italy Seasonal Values to OUR PRICE 5 SUITS Pure wool 2 and 3 piece) Im- ported direct Over 100 to from. Values fo OUR PRICE 25 CASH and CARRY NO EXCHANGES REFUNDS Hallinswarth'! COLLEGE MALL CENTRE ;