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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Thursday, September 17, 1970 _xV ippenii Sigma Chapter of Beta S ma Phi will meet in the hon of Mrs. Marie Bartosek, 18 20lh St. S., Tuesday at 8 p. The program will be present by Mrs. Bartosek and co-ho, te'ss. Mrs. Maricne Armstron on Awareness of Blessing. Children's Saturday mornin pottery group will meet for L sessions in the Potters K o o n Bowman Arts Centre at 10 a.i Southminster Circle S q u a r Dance club will hold the regi lar dance Saturday at p.m in Southmiiister hall. All squar dancers are welcome. Bo lunches requested. Southminster Junior Girl will be having practise Soiilhminstcr Church Hall Sa unlays at to p.m. fo the Operetta "The Idea" whic will be put on October 24 an 25 at the Yates Centre. The Pensioners and Senio Cilizcns Ladies filialccl with the Provincial an National Pensioners and S'enio Citizens Organization will nice on Friday at 2 p.m. hi gym two of the Civic Sports Centre Following the business meel ing and bingo, lunch will b served by the hostesses Mrs. J Blir.khorn and Mrs. M. Czernia wski. Plans are being made fo the annual tea and bazaar s all members are asked to al tend. Friends and interests ladies are very welcome. The Lethbridge University Women's Club will hold its an nual membership tea on Sat from 2-4 p.m. at the YWCA 8th St. and 6th Ave. All women university graduates are invit cd. Officers meeting of the LA to FOE will meet Thursday at the home of Mrs. Kathy Lud- wig 1131 23 St. N. at 8 p.m. REQUIREMENTS The federal department of na- tional health and welfare re- quires outside labels of drug prescriptions to carry a correct statement of net contents in terms of weight, measure or number. BINGO Scandinavian Hall 229 12lh SI. "C" N. 18 Staffs ttf p.m. Doors Open at p.m. 5 Cards for GOLD CARDS PAY DOUBLE EACH 4th, 8th and 12lh Gomes in 7 Numbers WORTH Jackpot in 56 Nos. Sorry No One Under 16 Years of Age Allowed ivmg For The Record By MARILYN ANDERSON Herald Family Editor white footprints are still visible in many parts of the city. A year of pedestrian and motor traffic lias not erased them from the pavement where they were placed to mark the route for Miles for Millions Walkers. The footprints are little memory joggers. "Re- member when we stopped there for a drink." "That's where you came and picked us up, or the corner where you thought you'd never make it another block, but you met up with a couple of ener- getic kids and chatted your way through another five. Walks are tremendous events. Whether you're on the inside watching all the cars go by, or the out- side providing rescue service and food and refresh- ment, it's a day of fun. Anybody can walk and be sponsored, even Steve Wilde's four-legged variety. It doesn't require a special talent. You're not asking someone else to give a defined whatever they wish at a few cents per mile. The money is certainly well used. It serves 14 agencies that are engaged in overseas service. The Miles for Millions walk is scheduled annually for the first week in November, but not this year. This year, it appears, there will be no Miles for Millions walk in the city. Last year was a bit of a disappointment for or- anizers. They had expected about walkers and only 500 showed up. The day was pleasant and pre- sumably people couldn't have fallen ill all at once. Why they didn't show no one knows. Those who entered and completed the walk were enthusiastic and energetic. The question at this moment is, are there 500 jeople in Lethbridge and surrounding area who want :o have a walk this year? It only takes one phone call .0 get the ball rolling. Either Ralph Tennant, chairman of the planning committee, or Doug Walker, committee member may contacted regarding the possibility of holding a valk. The time is getting short, and it needs the interest if more than just a few, but it can be done in the veeks remaining. Give either gentleman a call, and let him know interested. DEUCATE WORK Mrs. Anne Parries, left, displays an apron owned by Mrs. R. T. Oben which was made in 1884 and Mrs. Myrtle Cox, right, holds one of her wedding gifts made by her sister in 1912. They were part of the antique needle work display shown during a pot-luck dinner for the Over 60 Group and members of the Golden Mile Drop-In Centre. PUBLIC BSNGO 16 GAMES LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM JACKPOT (Upstairs) EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. Word has been received in the city by Mrs. H. II. Bennett of the death of her brother in Wincli ester, England, Mr. Stanley James Silman. w Mr. Robert George Hughes of Wetaskiwin was recently honor- ed by a family dinner at the home of his daughter Mrs. Mel- vin McKague of Lethbridge. Others present were his daughters, Mrs. R. J. Varley, Hodgcnille, Sask., Mrs. William Whitney, Frescott, Ont. and Mrs. Stuart McKague, Ogeraa, Sask.; sons, Ross Hughes of Lelhbridge and Wesley Hughes, Creston, B.C.; sister, Miss Ma- bel Hughes, Red Deer; fourteen own, grandchildren and one great grandchild, Carmen Brauer of St. Albert. Two daughters, Mrs. Reg Fox of Wetaskiwin and Mrs. W; r a y Brsadner of Kcnaston, Sask. were unable to attend. He received letters of con- gratulations from Prime Minis- ter Trudenu; Hon. J. Diefenba- ker; Hon. Harry Moore, MP for Wetaskiwin; Premier Strom and a certificate of honor from Lieutenant Governor Grant McEwan. After holidaying in Saskatche- wan and Creston, B.C., Mr. Hughes will again reside with Mr. and Mrs. Reg Fox of Wet- askiwin. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "One of your friends recall her name.. .She said another friend of yours ran off with somebody's recall theirnames either.." BEFORE YOU BUY CHECK OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICES A special invitation is extended to everyone in Sparwood and Fernie FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL Hamilton's Floor Coverings LTD. 909 3rd AVE. S. PHQNE 327-5454 ocal Information Centre Proposed Birth Control, Abortion Advice Drugs are now the "in" thin discuss but trying to get peo to even listen about birt ntrol and abortion problem another story, said one of 3 people who met to dis uss the formation of a birt ntrol and abortion inform on centre. Another participant said there 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 IN ZELIER'S SHOPPING CENTRE 1620 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE Phone 328-2203 37.50 29.50 3 DAYS ONLY- September 17th, 18th, 19th 'GREEK BOY' SALE PR.CE 28.50 'PETITE PAGE' T1" 37.50 'MINIS MIDI' by Jerome Alexander. A curly wig SALE PRICE PAY7 ky Jerome Alexander. The or long blunt look. SALE PRICE 03.VPU 'PARTEE WIG' parle.d.f'ippedsAwliE9-pRIcE 25.00 Sale price includes cutting, sizing and styling FREE STYROFOAM HEADS Open Daily p.m., Thurs. and Fri. 'til 9 p.m. ask for SHIRLEY or JULIE were several hundred books on sex or love in the University of Lethbridge library and nearly half were stolen. Now the re- mainder are on reserve and few are used. "This seems to me that the kids are embarrassed to check them out or ask for she said. "So where are they get- ting their It was flared that women who already have children would be shy about coining to a youth oriented program. But othe people said these women an usually "socially isolated" be cause they don't communicate with other information groups either. "Warm personal contact mus1 oe the said Linda Has- mussen onS of those involved. The centre will take more man power than money. Vol- unteers are needed for re- search, studies on current work, education in schools, crisis work and following up the progress f each person contacting the centre. Information on birth control and abortion would be available in books, films, discussions, seminars, school visits and in- dividual counselling. Various resource people will work with the centre in con- inued counselling and organi- zations already making break- hroughs in this field will be in close contact with the service. The centre would be open to all, irregardless of age or sex and information would be "com- Jete, unbiased and factual as wssible." No pressures o r noral issues will be made by wrsonel of the centre and all interviews would be confidew ial. The working meeting will b held Monday at p.m. 1001 2nd Are. S. to discuss th centre's policy and start assign ing tasks. For information, in terested persons may call Linda Rasmussen at 327-7766. Beauty Tips An inexpensive facial: Step 1. n a small bowl, mix two parts alt to one part olive oil. Step Gently massage your face nd throat with upward trokes. Step 3. Leave for about ive minutes and remove with oap and water. Step 4. Follow vith a cold water rinse. Result: ic skin is smooth from the oil nd the salt has cleansed the ores. Also any dead skin will anish and it is tremendous for peeling" suntain. Teen-agers i n d this a god-send for any skin infection. BAKING sooA Clean refrigerators with Cow Brand Soda 3 tablespoons per quart of removes film and stains. Leaves no "soapy" odor. Recommended by leading refrigerator manufacturers, COW BRAND For clean windshields To remove bug spatter, traffic grime from windshields, windows and head- lights sprinkle Cow Brand on a damp sponge, wipe and rinse off. Cleans battery terminals loo-gives longer life and better performance. cow BRAND BAKIN'G sob'A During your lifetime youll borrow over Do ft wisely Ask about a low cost TD Personal Loan Because we wanf fo lend you the money for the things you need.Worthwhile things like home improvements. Edu- cation, A new car. Electrical appliances. A well-earned holiday. During your lifetime, you'll need us for a lot of important things.Tryusona low cost per- sonal loan. It does make a dif- ference where you borrow. Compare our rates Amount of of Loan IMidUg iifs hlurenc.l 32.53 of loon expreiwd ai an annual InterMt b annum. RUMMAGE SALE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18 p.m. ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1818 5th Ave. S. BUSINESS WOMEN'S GROUP TOROINTTODOMINION the bank where people make the differenca ;