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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta For The Record By MARILYN ANDERSON Herold Family Editor WHIRL your partner to the right Watch you don't get in a fight well the words to the latest square dances aren't quite that modern, but you have the idea When you see all these happy smiling faces strolling around Lethbridge this weekend in square dance clothes, you'll know they sing quite a different tune. The occasion is, of course, the second annual Alberta Square and Round Dance Festival which is taking place at Wilson Junior High auditorium Fri- .day, Saturday, Sunday AND Monday. All that dancing must be good for people. Gus Kwaczek, who shares chairman honors with his wife, Gena, dropped in to the office the other morning for a visit. Gus is always smiling but even at that early hour he was already in a cheerful mood. Of course he was talking square dancing. The convention is using the Jerry Potts theme in true south Alberta fashion, and gets under way Friday night at Gus says visitors are welcome to watch the danc- ing. Saturday registration gets under way at 9 a.m. followed by workshops and discussion groups. They take this dancing seriously and in any organization it benefits all to get together and exchange ideas and programs. The Whiskey Smugglers Ball winds up activities Saturday night. Sunday's program includes an non-denomination- al church parade and federation meeting. Gus will be looking for a bright and sunny day in Alberta fashion since an outdoor dance and corn roast is on the agenda at Henderson Lake Park. Again the public is welcome to drop by and watch the colorful activities underneath the trees. An out- door dance and campfire at Indian Battle Park in 1 the evening is going to assure visitors from all ern provinces and Montana a good look at Leth- bridge's favorite outdoor spots. Monday the dancers will have a free morning to visit Nikka Yuko, Fort Whoop-Up, the Beautiful Brewery Gardens. Many convention groups suggest and-plan tours around the local historical spots but this is one of the very few which has an oppor- tunity to become really involved in the area. The Die Hard Dance will be held in Indian Battle Park in the afternoon for anyone still able to muster an allemande left. The whole weekend sounds busy, interesting, and more important, fun. Gena and Gus win make sure you have a good time during your stay in Lethbridge and since none of their friends outside of the square dance hall will get to see them, say hello to them for us. And keep your smile handy. Gus is already wearing his._________________ Shoe Fair Opens Sept. 27 MONTREAL More than 100 shoe buying executives from leading chain and depart- ment stores, wholesalers and jobbers from the United States will again be attending (he Ca- nadian Shoe and Leather Fair, Sept. 27 29 at Montreal as guests of the Federal Govern- ment. This is the second time, in two years that the Govern- ment's Department of Industry, PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES IETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM JACKPOT (Ujjtlairj) EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. Trade and Commerce has or- ganized a footwear buyer's mis- sion. Fair Manager, Jean-Guy Mahea stated that in addition to the 100 buyers expected from the United1 States, a number of American buyers who made up the first trade mission a year ago, will be coming back again on their own. The Canadian Shoe and Leather Fair, now recognized as a most efficient, colorful and exciting international shoe fair, will be living up to expec- tations, Mr. Milieu said. The all-in-one floor open booth con- cept, a tremendous-saver for the shoe buyer, has become a popular feature. Plans already revealed by a number of exhi- bitors, pronase many outstand- ing footwear exhibits. By Rangoni Florence, Italy BLACK PATENT Delicately accented with pearl 'florefi. SILVER KID GOLD KID Many other new and exciting Fall "Amalfi" shoes for your approval. WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO DROP IN AND TRY ON A PAIR. Benefit Shoes Ltd. 615 4th S. Phone 327-7300 OPEN THURSDAY and FRIDAY Till p.m. SKIRTING THE CRANE WAGES-When a recent settlement gave Toronto crane operators an hour for a 40-hour week, Mrs. Una Thurlow, a mother of four and president of Thurlow Equipment Ltd., became "incensed" and decided to apply for a licence. Left, she applies some lipsfick before getting in practice (right) for her Ontario Department of Labor test for a hoisltng engineer's certificate. Not Unlikely In Netv York Teachers As Midwives An unusual pamphlet has been sent out by the loca Health Department to all high schools in the New York City system. Entitled "Emergency Procedures Relating to Preg- nant Teenagers Attending it advises teachers on first aid procedures in case any of the girl students start to give birth during a.geography lesson. With about pregnant girls in New York City's seo mdary schools, the emergency is not at all unlikely. Up to twn years ago it would have been mthinkable, since it used to be Board of Education policy to discharge a girl from school mmediately pregnancy was detected. But the enormous in- crease (of nearly 100 per cent) in teenage pregnancies in the 1960s forced a complete change of policy in New York, and how girls are encouraged to remain at their own schools until shortly before then- confine- ments. If they feel uneasy about doing this, they may go to one of the city's special education centres, recently set up exclus- ively for pregnant high school girls. These centres have been so successful, combining lec- tures on infant care and advicn on contraception with English grammar and mathematics, that an additional 15 pre-natal high schools have been pro- posed. Some teachers are irate at the idea of being pressed into service as emergency mi wives. "Could you imagine teacher who had first aid in struction in IMS being con fronted with a breech birth? one high school prmcipa stormed. He and his kind will find littl to cheer them in the Health De partment pamphlet. It suggests that every high school whic has pregnant pupils should se aside "an appropriate room equipped with a high table bench for emergency delivery and that every principal should i miscarriages among youn insist upon at least a couple of girls is higher than among old Food For Thought Most people only need a chan nel to help. A recent letter b USC headquarters read. "We a Fat Albert's are in the food bus iness and we and our custom ers sometimes forget how lucky we are to have such access t food. We have taken up a co lection and ask you to accep our thanks for letting us help some hungry person by the sim ?le task of mailing a cheque.' The Unitarian Service Commit tec is at 56 Sparks Street, Ot- tawa, THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes THE WORLD OF FASHION Look What Just Flew In From Italy "I'm sorry, operator, I don't know what her area code is, but she has red hair, brown eyes, and wears eyeg lasses." CASH BINGO This Thursday Evening, Sept. 3rd STARTS P.M. SHARP PARISH HALL CORNER 12th STREET B AND 7th AVENUE NORTH 20 1st 7-NUMBER JACKPOT 14 6th 7-NUMBER JACKPOT 18 7-NUMBER JACKPOT-IUCKY DRAW JACKPOT-S6 Hot. or Blackout Jackpot ALSO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND 2 DOOR PRIZES Persons under 16 not allowed Sponsored by ladies' Aid of St. Peter and St. Church teachers familiarizing them- selves with basic midwifery. In this encouraging vein, the pamphlet adds: "The percent- age of premature births and er women. Some prematur birlhs may be unusually fas and require emergency mea sures before the arrival of th< ambulance." ATTACKED BY CHIMPANZEE-Sheri Sondelli, two- year-old daughter of Toronto policeman Ronald Sandelli is shown with her mother after being attacked by a chimpanzee outside the Canadian National Exhibition Tuesday. Sheri received head cuts requiring forty stitches when she attempted to shake hands with the chimpanzee performing outside tho grounds. Jen's Uniform Centre SUMMER END SALE All READY-MADE UNIFORMS OFF We have to make room for our new fall and winter collection in the latest materials: FORTREl FORTREL COTTON DACRON ARNEL 404 5th Street South Phone 328-3631 Upstairs BEFORE YOU BUY CHECK OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICES A special invitation is extended to everyone in Sparwood and Fernie FOR FREE ESTIMATES CAU Hamilton's Floor Coverings LTD. 909 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 3.7-5454 Thursday, September 3, 1570 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID _ 13 Ann I I -f-j Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I make great chocolate chip cookies. The world's best. Everybody raves over them. Last night I baked a batch to take over to a friend's house. She had a back operation and asked for my famous chocolate chip cookies. After I had packed the cookies in a tin and tied B a ribbon around it, my husband asked me for a "sample." I told him to wait till we got to Mazie's house that he would get a "sample" there. Well, Ann Landers, do you know Mazie never opened the box! My husband kept nudging me all evening and whispering, "P-ss-tt remind her about the I ignored his request and now he is mad at me. I say he should be mad at HER. Isn't it rude not to open such a gift in the presence of the giver? If you print your reply I will send you my famous receipe for chocolate chip cookies. Thanks in advance. Heights DEAR SHAKER: Here is your letter but please do NOT send your recipe. I haven't fully recovered from my meat, loaf trouble. My sister in Omaha has just stalled to speak to me again. I agree, the lady with the back surgery should hava opened the box in your presence, but next lime, bake a double batch of cookies so you'll have enough for your own family as well as your friends. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Your reply to "Wilted By Per- fectionist Mom" was excellent. I, too, had a "Perfectionist Mom." She insisted that I wash the dishes from left to right, set out all the ingredients before I started to bake. I had to tuck the bedsheets under in a certain way so there wasn't a wrinkle to be found. K I deviated from Mom's method she considered it a threat to her authority. So I did it HER way, and I did it right. Of course she drove me nuts, but I was determined not to let her wear me down. I vowed to do everything so well she couldn't find fault with it. By the time I went away to school my mother was very proud of me. And I was proud of myself. I did some things even better than she! Tell the girls with persnickety moms to hang In tiiere, Ann. Those skills a girl learns at her mother's knee stay with her DEAR TUCSON: In order to learn at a mother's knee a daughter need not be under her mother's thumb. A wise mom knows how to teach without giving orders. Too many couples go from matrimony to acrimony. Don't let your marriage flop before it gets started. Send for Ann Landers' booklet, "Marriage What To Expect." Send your request to Ann Landers in care of Canada Wide Feature Service Ltd. 245 St. James St. West Montreal 126, Quebec enclosing SO cents in coin and a long, stamped, self- addressed envelope. Receive Pins FORT MACLEOD The concluding ceremonies for the 1970 graduating class of Fort Macleod High School were held in the F. P. Walsh School recently. Rev. George Peters of St. Andrew's Presbyterian church conducted the service. Presenting the class with their pictures and pins were: Mrs. N. Townsend of Clares- holm, representing former tea- chers, J. Craig, for the elemen- tary school, B. Young for the junior high school and B. March for the high school. BINGO Scandinavian Hall 2S9 12th St. "C" N. Fri., Sept. 4th Starts uT p.m. Doors Open at p.m. 5 Cards for GOLD CARDS PAY DOUBll EACH 8lh and 12th in 7 Numberl WORTH In 54 Not. Sorry No Onfl Under 16 Years of Allowed NIGHT BUSINESS COURSES IMPROVE YOURSELF! Apply your fres hours fo winning higher pay, more opportunity to advance, learn your way ahead! Then take a new position, with the help of our free Place- ment Office. Or, if already in an office, gain promo- tion. Some of our Night School Graduates have ad- vanced 50% in salary in a year. Hundreds of am- bitious men and women have improved their prospects in this way. Beginning and advanced courses offeredi SHORTHAND: 1. Speedwriting 2. Gregg Theory and Dictation Intermediate Dictation Advanced Dictation TYPEWRITlNGi Beqinnmg Intermediate Advanced Electric "Manual ACCOUNTING: Elementary BUSINESS MACHINES Ten Key Burroughs Bookkeeping Comptometer Classes are offered Monday and Wednesday evenings, from to Moderate tuition, includes all school privileges. Attractive modern quarters, co-educational. Courses geared to current needs of leading firms. Open new vistas for yourself! NEW CUSSES WILL BEGIN ON SEPT. 2 Act now to see if you should enrol. Mail blank below, phone, or visit the school. Guidance counselling Is available on request. Do not let Sept. 2 pass without a decision, which can change your life. HENDERSON COLLEGE OF BUSINESS (IETHBRIDGE) 20.1 Woolworth Bldg. Phone 327-3968 Please tend me, without obligation, Information Re- garding your Night School Classes, i Name Address j Course desired ;