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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THC IE1HBR1DGE HERAID Tuesday, Otlober J4, 197J New for LFS Emphasis on family life enrichment action lo rectify tlicm. Family counsellors nt the agency will also examine aiul dctcniinie the need for youlh education programs to improve communication skills between Ihe yoimg and their parents. Tlie number of liomcmakers ily, said Mr. Mont, he dncc- fi.mn fMr tors of the bureau passed j fm the emer. a new policy statement for the of -a itsnll of plan- clly am! keep children in their ntag Input from Ihe slrfl." I said. "Tlie board gave Teaching people to function more effeclively is Ihc aim of Lethbrirtgo Family Service, ac- cording to Alastair Mont, exec- utive director. To keep in step willi current social changes within (lie fam- groiip leadership will be held to [rain interested to provide understanding of speci- fic areas of family life. "Knowledge is very Impor- he said. "You have to have it before you can share it. to get in- ervice has "Every hotly going volved with family to develop soli-awareness so they can understand (heir own feelings about themselves so fecdback giving us a frame of reference which spells out how we function." The statement defines (lie role of the agency as enhancing the ability of the individual, family they can be effective in working Mr. Mont also announced i with people." plans for a volunteer program j The is planned for "to attract concerned peo- January, and will be open to pie who want to become votan- interested individuals as well tcjrs in family life education. as representatives of community "A workshop in volunteer I and service organizations. A program on alcohol and drugs was also announced by Mr. Monl. It will commence Nov. 1, and will examine com- munications -within the family and how they relate to drug.i. And due to the enthusiastic reception given to the service's recent seminar on human sex- uality, a replay will be arranged sometime during November or December. This will be held in the evening to give a greater number of working people the opportunity to Etferd. Further Information regard- ing these programs is available at Lettibridge Family Service, phone 327-5724. or community to [unction to its TJ-I f conference on starts Friday in Red Deer agency serves the needs of in- dividuals and families by mar- riage counselling, family case- work and family life enrich- ment, through treatment and prevention of crises. Tlw service will conduct rele- vant rose arc ti in order lo exa- mine and identify social prob- lems, and take the necessary P a :ents foster parents a nd people working with children arc invited to attend the first general conference of the Albcr- AFTERNOON BINGO EVAETRI PWMED" MOOSE HAIL 1234 3 Ave. No. JACKPOT WON EVERY WEEK SPONSORED BY THE WOMEN OF THE MOOSE No Children Under 16 Everybody Welcome ta Association for Young Chil- dren, being held in Red Deer Oct. 27 and 25. The conference will examine the role of the cliild ar.d his family in the context of today. Featured speaker is Dr. T. J. Ryan from the department of psychology at Carleton Univer- sity. Conference workshops will cover many different aspects including the father's role and father substitutes in early childhood, the impact of mod- em media, the changing role parents and sexism in pre- school literature. Inlercsted persons may reg- ister from 8-10 a.m. on Friday morning at Gaetz Memorial United Church in Red Deer. SaveSO Save30 on short flights on weekends onion (Between cities in Canada 700 miles apart or more) 8 to 30 Weekend day trips special Fly any day oTthe week, Fiy back on excluding Fridays and Sun- wee end days 3 p.m. and M Q n m Sunday (excluding 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday) and V same 30% saving appl'u SOME SAMPLE SAVINGS______, Fo days. (between ciliss in Canada less than 700 miles apart) Applies to return tickets only. Travel any weekend (you don't necessarily have to return on the same all year round, the exception of a few peak travel days during holidays. Fly between 9 p.m. Friday and midnight Sunday (excluding 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday) SOME SAMPLE SAVINGS Toronto I j 226 158 i 68 270 189 j__81_ Calgary to Ottawa j Montrea i Halifax For tun dotallB ol our brochure from your travel a9r-r" Vancouver 1 1 Regina 72i 50122 Saskatoon 62! 43 i Victoria 7Sj 55 23 I 're o anywhere in Canada and 20% on our new regular economy fares, and Sswve vour seat. Or, H you prefer, you car, trave on a standby basis and save 40 Under 22? II you're over 11 and under 22, you can save a whopping 40 on our new rsfjular economy fares by joining our "Swing Air Club" and by travelling economy class on a slandby basis. Got a family? Our "Family Fare Plan: can also savsyou a bundle. Onty dad pays full regular fare, Mom saves teenagers save one third, children under 12 go hall-price and kiddifts under 2 travel Ireo.- Another way "wemakeiteasierto get around Canada AIR CANADA Family Living Baptist women elected TORON'TO (CP) Mrs. jawrence S. Casazza ot Washi- ngton, D.C. has been elected resident cf Hie North American Baptist Women's Union, for a "ive-yesr term. Tlie election took place on the last day of a three-day con- vention attended by women from Canada, the United Slates and the Carib- bean. The election was contested, in an unusual move, by black delejales who nominated Mary 0. Ross of Soutbfield, Mich. Mrs. Ross has been vice-presi- dent. Executive nominations are organized by a committee ah pad of the conventions and are rarely challenged. A union spokesman said black women are represented in several other offices. Mrs. Casazza is direclor of promotion of (he women's de- partment, Baplist World Al- liance, and has been president nf the District of Columbia Baotist Convention. Other officers are: Mvs. Carl Holmberfj. Worthington, Minn., vice-president: Mrs. Herbert [filler. Detroit, secretary; Mrs. M. H. Philadelphia, treasurer. SHOE-IN Emile Gagnon, left, president cf the Shoe Manufacturers Association of Canada, and association execulive vice-president Jean-Guy Malieu, look over one of the displays at ihc Monlroal International Foolwear Exposition held at Montreal's Place ___________________________. (CP Wirephclo) Bonaventure. PUBLIC BiNGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairi! EVERY THURS-8 p.m. L.alentl ar Tlie Margaret Hartley Past Presidents' Club will meet Thursday at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. C. F. Goodhall, 232G 6th Ave. S. Oddfellows, Rebekahs and friends are invited to the first in a series of card parties to ba held tonight at p.m. in the Oddfellows Hall. The Past Matrons' Club of Maple Leaf Chapter, No. 7 will meet at the home of Mrs. Her- tha Matson, 3120 Cth Ave. S., Wednesday at p.m. Xi Iota Chapter, Beta .Sigma Piii, will meet tonight at p.m. at the home of K. Erdmann, 3-115 Lakewood nd. Co-hostess will be Mrs. D. Pe- terson. Mrs. C. Bertsch will 'vappemnyi present a program on woman's suffrage. The regular monthly meeting of Immanuel LWJJL will be held Thursday at 8 p.m. The film Key 73, outlining She evan- gelical thrust for the coming year, will be shown. The regular meeting of the CO Pius Club of F i r s I United Church will be held Friday at 2 p.m. in the lower hall of the church. All members and friends are asked to attend. Hostesses are Mrs. McKelvey and Mrs. Langworthy. Ch.-istian Science testimony meeting will he held Wednes- day at p.m. in the church auditorium, 120.1 4th Ave. S. Ev- eryone is welcome. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes sometimes wonder what he'd look like WITHOUT all that beauty WORLD OF SHOES HAVE Learn the creative new ways to sew with knits. BOOTS BOOTS AND MORE BOOTS High ones low ones Zippers lace Pullons lined or unlfned. All sfyles including Platform Soles. 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