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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LFTHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, 25, 1972- r n Xi Nu Cluster, Uctn Sigm: Phi, hold a regular meet ing at p.m. Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Anne Chanda, 3It 24 St. S. Mrs. Cluimla, Mrs. Carol Fekclc and Ab-s. Anne Goschermann will present ttic program on Hie historical role of women. The meeting will be followed by vino and cheese, so members are reminded of social dues. Preceptor Eta Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, will meet at p.m. Tuesday in the home ot Faye Beazer, Cartlston, Faye will present a program oa the art of sandwich making. The annual 'mum tea, spon- sored by the Dr. F. II. Alewburn ORE Chapier, IODE, mil be held Wednesday, Dec. 6. The regular meeting of Tail Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, will be held at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Barbara Marshalsay, 1116 17th St. A S., with Mrs. Marge Sanford as co- hostess. A program on self- analysis will be presented by Mrs. Carolyn Tucker and Mrs. Caran Moss. Sigma Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, will meet at the home of Irs. Bol) Kinnibut'gh, 5-12 25 .it. S., on 'IXiesday at 8 p.m. ?o-hostess is Mrs. Vern Soder- Plans for the coming year mil be discussed. Tiie Leth bridge Municipal flospital Staff Nurses' Associa- tion will meet on Tuesday at p.m. ill the residence. Members are asked to attend. Tlie general meeting of the Original Pensioners and Senior Citizens Society will be held in Gym 2 of the civic centre on Wednesday from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Entertainment by Mrs. Olson and Mr. Scott, as well as selections from the choir. The advisability of another trip will be discussed. Lunch served and bingo played if time permits. The Alberta Association of Registered Nurses No. 4 Ward, South District, will meet on Wednesday at 8 p.m. hi the Gait School of Nursing lounge. Bill 88, proposed mental act, will be discussed, with speaker Mrs. Joan McDonald, Claresholm South District representative on the mental health task com- mittee. The Worth Report also be discussed. PUB11C BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBR1DGE ELKS 1ODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. An invitation is extended to friends and parishioners of Hev. E. R. Doyle, formerly of St. Augustine's Churcli, to at- tend a farewell calling recep- tion on Tuesday from 7-10 p.m. in the Pemmican Club Rooms. Westminster Badminton Club will meet at p.m. Tuesday in Westminster School gym. Everyone welcome. BINGO RAINBOW HALL sth AV.. N. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26th at 8 p.m. Firs) Jackpcl in 55 2nd Jackpot In 57 No. Free Cards and Ctames, 25c per Card, 5 Cards 3 Free Games Door Prizo No children Under 16 Yean PROCEEDS THIS WEEK TO UNITED APPEAL Sponsored by A.U.U.C. Association GUIDES HONORED Fifteen Girl Guides received Maeir Canada Cords at a special ceremony Saturday afternoon at the University of Lethbridge. The presenta- tion was made by Lieutenant-Governor Grant MacEwan, centre. Receiving cords were, first row left to right: Karen Kerber, pholo Nirk, Helen Morley, Kathy Harrison, Susan Livingslon. Second row: Judi Welch, Patty Jeanne Kalo, Belty Gol- steyn, Joanne Laqua. Rear: Janice Betty Hobbs, Joyce Oishi, Pauline Williams, Rhonda Ruslon, Kathy Boyce, Absent is Marianne De Heer. Director dedicated to USC Dr. Lotta can't find time to retire OTTAWA CCP) Lotta Hitschmanova says she hasn't time to retire. The founder and executive director of the Unitarian Serv- ice Committee of Canada says she usually works seven days a week, averaging 14 hours a day. In the last 12 months, she has had eight days of rest. "The only tiling that would force me to retire is she says. "Fortunately I'm so strong. My d o c t or s are amazed." She insists the day will never come when her task of SIMPSONS-SEARS ill a mi School Girl's age 12 to 16 Enroll Now Ten-Week Course Enrollment Includes text book, fashion iKow, charm bracelet ortd tots baa. THIS IS WHAT YOU LEARN Hair Cars Grooming Figure Control 9 Skin Care and Make-Up Q Modelling Assurance and Poise Wardrobe Complete Ten Week Course under experi- enced lutelege. lessons are conducted Sat- urdays a.m. until p.m. A must for every girl from 12 to 16 yean old. daises ore limited. COST ,00 PLACE: SIMPSONS-SEARS LETHBRIDGE ENROLL NOW Application forms are available [n our Girls' Depart ment or simply moil name, addreii, age, phone ber to Division 77, Simpsoni-Seari. Sessions Conducted at SIMPSONS-SEARS LETHBRIDGE in the Training Room STORE HOURS: Doily 9 a.m. to Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Centre Village. Telethon. 328-9231 providing clothing, food, shel- ter, education and Canadian foster homes for tens of thou- sands of needy tMrd world in- habitants is complete. Her chin hardens with the dedication that has character- ized her 27 years of service committee work in Canada. Dr. Hitschmanova is busy launching the animal drive for funds and gilts of used clo- thing.' The campaign opened Sept. 11 and continues until Christmas. This year's goal is the largest million to finance more than 100 pro- jects in 13 countries. The Unitarian Sendee Com- mittee's newest projects were begun in Bangladesh last year to provide emergency aid and housing to Bengali war vic- tims. TRAVELS WIDELY "Dr. as she Is known to thousands of "her" children, and the Canadian agency were the first to be in- vited in by the Bangladesh indication of the respect and renown this woman has won for herself as a humanitarian. Hands always firmly clasped, speaking softly but always direct, she gives the Impression of a general pre- paring for battle. And for the petite redhead, whose age re- mains a secret, the battle lasts 12 months a year. This fall's campaign will take her to 32 Canadian com- munities for speaking engage- m e n t s and television and radio appearances. After the campaign, Dr. Hitschmanova will leave for her annual inspection tour of projects overseas. Last year's tour took her to 12 countries in 147 days. When she travels, the bulk of her enormous baggage is made up of her flies and cam- era equipment. A former newspaper woman In her na- tive Czechoslovakia and later France before coming to Can- ada in 1942, Dr. Hitschmanova produces films to be used in the campaign for funds at home. Her dictating machine is In almost constant use when she is alone and forms a large part of the printed ma- terial the organization sends out. WON'T DISCUSS PAST "I guess you could call my job an emotional one. Some of the scenes I saw dur- ing my travels last year still haunt me. "They spur me on and do not allow me to take any rest." She declines to discuss her past, except to say she has never married and was forced to flee Czechoslovakia alone when the Second World War broke out, leaving her family behind. She worked in France in 1941 with the American USC, helping refugees black- listed by Hitler. "My whole life today be- longs to the public. My pri- vate life and memories must be mine alone." BICE FOR HUNGRY PHNOM PENH (AP) Phnom Penh, which Is suffering from an acute shortage of rice woke up Sunday to Iwar that a convoy of ships bringing tons of rice had dropped anchor off the Cambodian capital. Tb rice Is part of a loan by the United States to rescue the regime headed by Marsha Lon Nol after looting of rice stores by hungry soldiers threatened to bring down the government. The rice will las the city about five days at the present rata of consumption of about 600 tons daily. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "Worst of all, when I backed out of the hole in tha wall, nine prisoners escaped." I A.N.A.F.- UN1T 34 BINGO Cor. 5th and 6th Sf. S. TUESDAY, SEPT. 26th 8 p.m. IN THE ClUBROOMS first 12 Gamcj Fint Card Others 25c each lit No. Jackpot Incream Weekly 2nd No. Jackpot Increase Weekly BLACKOUT IN 54 NUMBERS OR LESS Extra 5 Games Carctf 25c each or 5 for ATI regular garnet pay double if you win in 7 nos. or less. ____________MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS y win Edible cosmetics? NEW YORK