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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE LETHBRIDCE HERAID Saturday, September 4, 1971 For The Record By MARILYN ANDERSON Family Editor A funny thing happened on Ihe way clown (he elevator. U stuck! Bolls rang, no one screamed and everyone got out safely which is the way it should be. except that it wiis very funny, especially from the haliwai as an onlooker, or onlistener as was the case heie seem lo have more in the way of hilarity when have been missed out of the ad- venture. The first bell rung A little joke about overload. All in fun, ladies. Another bell. Elevator stuck? Ha, ha. Another bell. Guess what'.' It Ihal is Just ask Fred Dekker, Louise Barton, Rickie Van Dyke of and Jennie Hobbelink and Frances Schiillz of Monarch where they were Wednesday af- ternoon. They'll likely tell you they spent a few snut momcnls discussing Ihe price of milk. The six women who were in the elevator which refused lo elevate had invited photographer Bruin Wilson and myself to accompany them down, not knowing of course that destiny was to give Ihcm an unexpected lift in life. Bryan and I refused their offer with thanks. I mean, how often do you gel a chance lo sit in a penthouse on Ihe ninth floor? To just sit on Ihe plushy carpet, gaze at the open beam ceilings and floor-io-ceiling fireplace and contemplate your Who needed Arthur Hailey? Another few minutes and I could have had the first chapter of "Apart- ment" written. There actually was a sixth woman in the eleva- tor, but she preferred that we not make her name is fine with us, and she didnT have to run away lo avoid us. These IhinKs happen. But if you think the woman was psyched out. guess at the reaction from real estate people types. All well, that's a cross you bear in this busi- ness. A camera and a clipboard is all it takes. When you're wanted, you're wonderful; when you're not, they get nervous. condolences and a big parasol lo Ihe woman if THE PRETTIEST POSY OP ALL Taro, of and Mrs. Boo on the way kind of like the woman explaining i uses her nol-quile-lwo-year-old wiles to charm photographer Waller Keroers atention oway from gcorgeoos crimson and gold cannas surrounding her. They also make a wonderful hiding place to lease motherr. The ca.inos bloom tall and stalely in the i Henderson take area in the city's parks department flower beds. ACWW conference Norway, city woman returns home to the policeman why she was speeding. It was quite logical, she wanted to reach her destination before she ran out of gas. A Calendar Of Local happenings Southminster UCW units will meet as follows: Alma Bu- chanan with Mrs. E. C. H. Da- ris. 202 Resna Manor, 1405 9 Ave. S., Wednesday at p.m.; Chinook at the church Busi- ness girl's dinner Tuesday at G p.m. with meeting Lo follow; Ellen Denoon with Mrs. E. G. Hunter. 1113 19 St. Wednes- day at 3 p.m.; Grace Marshall, and Helen Praffin will meet in Ihe church lounge where IvLss Joy Vickcry of Trinidad will speak and show slides of her missionary work. Visitors welcome, Wed- nesday at p.m.; Ogden with Mrs. C. L. Rich- ardson, 529 26 St. S., Tuesday at p.m.; Susan G a 1 h r a i t h at the church, Wednesday aL p.m.; 48 Group at the church i lounge. Monday, Sept. 29 at p.m.: 01 Unit with Mrs. H. B. Wilks. 1006 8 St. S., Monday. Sept. 13 at 8 p.m. I The September meeting of j the Oldman River Potters' I Guild will be held at the Bow- mnn Arts Cenlre. Tuesday at p.m. All members nre urged lo attend. The September meeting of i the Lethbridge Community Col- lege Faculty Wives' Association will he held Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the home of Mrs. C Green, 2431 21 Ave. S. i The September meeting of St. Andrews Wcmens Federa- I tion will be held on Tuesday at p.m. in the form of a pot- luck supper at Henderson Lnke. BINGO RAINBOW HALL 1401 51h Ava- N- TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 7th at 8 p.m. 1st Jackpor in 58 Nos., 2nd Jockpol in 56 Nos. Free and Games, 25i per Card, 5 Cards 3 Free Games Door Prize No Children Under 16 Years Sponsored By A.U.U.C. Association THE CLOTHING DEPOT OF THE SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH On 16th Avenue South and 26lh Street WILL BE OPEN the first and third Tuesday of each month, beginning Tuesday, Sept. 7 from p.m. The clothing is free, and Ihe church is happy to serve those in need. FOR INFORMATION CAU 327-1372 ATTEND THE ALL NEW A.N.A.F.-UNIT 34 BINGO COR. 5th AVE. ond 6lh ST. 5. IN THE CLUBROOMS TUESDAY, SEPT. 7 8.30 p.m. Firit 12 Games First Card SI.00 Othcn 25c each 1st No. Jackpot (increases weekly) 2nd No. Jackpot (increases weekly) Extra 5 Games Cards 25c ca. or 5 for Blackout in 53 Numbers All regular gamos pay doublo if won in 7 nos. or less MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS An open house in honor of the wedding annuersary of Mr. and Mrs. Anton R K'nnz will be held in the Taber Moose Hall Sunday from 2-6 p.m. Ev-; eiyone js welcome to attend the. open house which is being sponsored by the couple's child- ren. If has been requested K1 Ihe couple that there be no Rifls. Members of the Ladies' Or- ange Lodge will meet in the Gas Company Auditorium Tuesday at p.m. Hostesses as arranged. The units of First United I.'CW will meet as follows: Margaret ALkin.s Thursday at 2 p.m. wilh Mrs. E. Turnbull, hostess: Annie I. Chappell Tuesday, Kept. 14 at 2 p.m. with Mrs. J. McKelvey, No. 13, Devon Court; Lilv Sept. 13 at 8 p.m. with Mrs. W. Robulak, :il7 12 St. C N.: Jubilee Tuesday, Sept. 14 at 8 p.m. with Mrs C. Jarvie, 403 12 S-'i. C N.: Clara King Monday. Sept. 13 at -r.'lO p.m. for pot-luck sup- per wilh Mrs. Kergan. 1023 29 SI A S.. with senior citizens from the Golden Acres Lodge as guests; 'Emily Lylle Thursday at 2 p.m. niih Mrs. J. Gunn, 170B 8 Ave. A N Magouan llarleman Wed- nesday, at 2 p.m. wilh Mrs. C. Thompson. 6.13 10 St. N.; Thurs- day at p.m uilh Mrs. Jordan, 4-13 19 St. N, St. Patrick's CWL groups will meet a.s foll'ou.s: Mrs. Ix-ua Elder at her home, 103 20 St. S. Tuesday at I! p in.; Mrs F.'Drosle with Mrs. .1. Vidmar, r.r.r. 13 St. S., Tuesday at 2 p.m.. Mrs. II. II. Eartram wilh Mrs. A. Gallinger, 621 10 St. S. Wed ncsday al p.m.: Mrs. SI. Bradley with Mrs. J. Dys. 13 SI. b'.. Wednesday! al ri p.m.; and Mrs. L. Reive with Mrs. J. J Clewes. 170.1 7 Ave. S., Wednes- day at K p.m. B Tlic cily council of Beta Sig- ma Phi will hold Beginning Day Tuesday at 8 p.m in the Pcmmican C 1 u b. President, Mrs. Gladys Simons will pre- side with the convention report Ei-.ri farhion show reporls being j the main topics. Wino and cheese will be served by Tau Chapter. Phil and Margaret Banlield will cnlcrlain relatives and friends at their home Sunday from 2-5 p.m. on the occasion of their silver wedding anniver- sary. Wednesday in Sonthminstcr hall al 2: IS) p.m. Miss Joy V'u.kpry, a missionaiT in Trini- dad for the past twenty years, and former Dean of Women at Mmml Royal College. Calgary, will give an illustrated talk about her work in Trinidad- Marshall. Helen Draffin. and S' u s a n Galbrailh UCW Unil.-; will be hostesses, and members and former friends are cordially invited. While in the city. Miss Vickciy will be the guest of Mrs. H. A. Walter and Mrs. John Hill of Crawford. The writers workshop meet- ing which was to have been held tonight at the home of Mrs. Alberta K. Wells, 1002 12 SI. B S, has been postponed until Kepi. 11 at p.m. Any inter- ested writers are cordially in- vited. Youlh programs extension may he exl FKEDERICTON ICP) -fed- eral cabinet ministers are consi- dering Ihe extension of some Opportunities for Youth pro- grams beyond Iteir Si'pl. 30 closing dales. Cam Mackie. co- ordinator of the program, said today. In a telephone interview from his Ottawa office, he said dis- cussions on various you Hi pro- jects ?re going on at Ihc minis- terial level. "I think a number of govern- ment departments may be inler- esled ir. continuing support to certain projects which they think may have merit and fit into their he said. The secretary of stale's office which sponsored the summer youth program is reviewing all Ihe projects. A Lefhbridgc woman, Molly C'uupland has recently returned fiom Lhe Associated Country Women of the World 13lh Trien- nial conference in Oslo, Nor- way. Miss Coupland served as a Canadian delegate to the con- ference where other dele- gates were present to discuss problems of each particular country and area of the world represented. Miss Coupland was born in Scotland, and since coming lo Canada in 1910. has accumula- ted an impressive list of ser- vices to both farm and com- munity. Some of these include holding executive positions in such fai-m organizations as the UFA. UFWA, and FWUA. Other com- mtuiily services which she has performed include activilies in home and school associations, cancer society drives, St. John Ambulance Nursing Division, Hed Cross blood donor clinics, the Lethbridge Auxiliary Hospi- tal, as well as being a member of the Presbyterian Church, and Ihe president and vice-president of Hie women's federation in the church. Pathways To Progress was the theme of the 13th triennial conference of the Associated Country Women of the World recently completed in Oslo, Norway. Over 1.200 delegates were present. COO of whom held vot- ing privileges for the 10-day event held at the Panorama and Student's Summer Hotels. Many resolutions, recommen- dations, and amendments were considered by the delegates, and involved, in part, the fol- lowing topics. The ACWW should support the United Nations Second De-j velopment Decade in Human: and Natural Environment both j decisive action is taken, this national anil international, with-1 number will reach 25 million in its terms of reference wilh i by the end of this century." special emphasis on conscrva-1 Also resolved was that Iji tion of air, land, water, and view of the ever-increasing dan- sea resources. gcr from pollution of man's Also staled was [hat Ihc i whole environment, the mem- ACWW should bear in mind Ihcjbcrs of ACWW undertake to do all they can lo prevent further damage in Iheir own neighbor- hood and In urge their govern- ments to take immediate pre- ventative and remedial action, The ACWW in the past six years, according to the working papers, worked with UNESCO on such problems as: methods found useful to overcome illi- teracy amongst women, literacy projecls, contributions to peace, youth programs, survey on audio-visual media, and cultural programs and training of cul- lural leaders. an d OlAL 0, n MOIXY COUPI.AND need for education of women and youth in rural and urban areas and to adopt measures for an increasing rale of popular participation in Lhe economic, social and cultural life of coun- tries through non-governmental organizations. Another resolution made at the conference was that the ACWW, "being an organization which is particularly interested j in Ihe education of women and mothers." bring the problem of blind persons in the world into special focus "by using ils influ-1 ence on the various UN agcii- J cies, especially UNICEF. and i and FAC in which it has con-1 sultalive status." The conference in its working papers stales that "there are! aL leas! 15 million blind people I in the world today, and unless' Full Nutrition Canada set for Spring Coulee Dr. K. J. dementi, regional director of Nutrition Canada, will IJL in Lethbridge Tuesday en route lo Spring Coulee for the fall session. Nu'.rition Canada was hald in LeLhbridgc earlier in the year lo take sample readings oE height, weight, measurements and dietary jiabits of the popu- lalion. Spring Coulee is one of 11 areas to be covered in the fall portion o[ Nutrition Canada. PUBLIC BINGO JACKPOT 16 GAMES LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS-8 p.m. Editor sentenced JAKARTA (Renter) T. D. Hatas. editor of Ihc right-wing I daily Xusantara, was sentenced to year in prison Thursday on charges of insulting the govern- ment by publishing articles and cailoons defamatory U> Presi- dent Siihnrlo and Indonesian cabinet ministers. Mrs. June Crighton entertain- j cd recently at two Xi loUi Chap- ter, Beta Sigma Phi functions.'. A farewell coffee party in hon-: or of Mrs. Faye Stead who is moving to Calgary, was held recently when Mrs Slead was presented with an engraved coffee spoon. To get acquainted with new members and to mark the be- ginning of Ihe new sorority i year, Mrs. Crighlon entertain- ed for members of the chapter and their husbands at a barbe- cue. HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CALL 3232360 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 1st AVE. S. DO YOUR OWN THING Enjoy one of the world's most creative hobbieil A-10 WEEK COURSE INTRODUCTION TO CERAMICS AND OPEN INTRODUCTION- THE MAYCO WAY Contact Helen Wilson Wilimaid Your Mayco, Willogtiby-Mickio Dealer Ceramic! Glcjzcs Stains Instruction 952 12lh SI. S. Phone 328-4734 I'llKSS llEFOnE .1OIMNO It makes it easier lo stitch a gathered section of material to a flal section if you press the allow a n c e of gathered section before joining. F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT EAGtES HALL 6lh Ave. A and 13th St. N. Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. 5 Cards for l.OO or 25C Each Twelve 7 Number Games JACKPOT 5150 Free Games nnn FreB Cords DOOR PRIZE Children under 16 not allowed LA. TO F.O.E. BINGO Monday, Sept. 6 JACKPOT NOS. "20 ALARM BINGO" Gold Ccrd Pay Doublo Door Cardi (Mnny ollinr extras) Regular Cards 25c or S For Jl 13ill Sr. nntl 6th AVA. 'A' N. No children under 16 allowed CASH BINGO TONIGHT, SATURDAY 8 O'CLOCK HUNGARIAN OLD TIMERS HALL A 3100 Blackout Bingo played for till won every Saturday plui 2 7-Numbcr Jaclooi. JACKPOTS NOW AND S Card: for or 25c each (Located Next !o No. 1 Firchall) STIOTHCON7! LODG6 SCHOOL Residential School for Girls mrlcr. in nn 30 acrn of V.mroirvcr I-l.mH l.r.inlifii, .SLmnu-nn I.nlr. -10 mlnnlri Jmrn Virlonn. -Ml nrw n Jiinw.r ft Senior Crml-j. h lo 12 Univrriiy F.nir.inre IVm-niim .Mffflnt for I'f.'.l T'K'J 1071 nn.-i- ircri-.rd, iraarinuclrrn Rmilianui Lodge Sr.lirvil, nlffui LiVe, JI.O. TrMiont 713 55B2 Call us for thai Special Portrait TREVOR JAMES 1-year ion of MR. and MRS. JAMES GER1A LETHDRIDGE ;