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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, September 28, 1973 CALENDARS The 1st. 4th and 6th Brownie Packs will celebrate 60 years ot guiding in Alberta with a brownie revel from a.m. to 3 30 p m Saturday at the police pistol range. There will be egg-and-spoon, sack and other races in the morning. Afternoon activities include a seed hunt, craft, gold brick trail, obstacle course and a birthday cake. Girls are asked to take a bag lunch. The Archaeological Society of Alberta, Lethbridge Centre, will meet at 8 p.m. Saturday. Members are asked to note the meeting will be held in Room 30, down the hall from the lecture theatre and op- posite the general auditorium. The Hi Neighbour Club will start the new season's ac- tivities from 8 to p.m. Friday. Oct. 5, at Allan Watson School. 6th Ave. and 21st St S across from the El Rancho banquet hall This year, the club would like to emphasize togetherness, with all members of the families joining the activities each Friday night There will be a band once a month, and anyone interested is invited to come and learn the different dances Children welcome. Southminster Circle Square Dance Club will hold the regular dance at p.m. Saturday at Southminster hall All square dancers welcome, and ladies are asked to take a pie. The Hilltoppers will hold a fall supper at p m. Satur- day at the German Canadian hall A dance will follow from 9 to 1, with music by the Frankly Brothers Dr Lotta Hitschmanova, executive director of the Unitarian Service Committee will be in Lethbridge Nov. 19 to 21. and will be available for speaking engagements at ser- vice clubs or other charitable organizations. Further infor- mation is available from Mrs. Bess Robins, 327-2758. All members and friends of guiding are invited to celebrate the 60th anniversary of Alberta guiding at a jubilee party from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday at the Civic Sports Centre. The program will include entertainment, displays and tea. Pourers are Mrs. Everson, Mrs Alta Clache, Mrs. Joyce Kaleta, Mrs Ruby Lester, Mrs N. McElroy, Mrs. E. Paulsen and Mrs. B." Hay Mrs. Florence Reisler, in charge of serviteurs, will be assisted by the 1st and 2nd Ranger Groups and senior guides from the 1st and 4th Guide Companies. SATURDAY BOMBSHELLS ONE DAY ONLY WHILE QUANTITIES LAST. Crimpknit McCormicks Peanut Brittle Clothes Hamper Steel construction with padded vinyl top. Black, pink, mauve, A.99 white. Oar regular price 13.97 Crest Toothpaste 150 ml. size. Chenille Bedspread Double bed size. Our regular price 10.67 Boot Socks 100% orlon with fluffy roll down top. Our regular price 1.00 Napkins Paper, 250 pack pkg. The joys of autumn Tumbling leaves remind us that winter is on its way and this lovely warm weather will soon come to an end. Roy McKendry, 1504-6 Ave. S. is just one of many Lethbridge residents fighting the battle of the falling leaves these days. Today's boy meets girl through computer dating LUlNuuiN (Keuter) Com- puter dating, an electronic at- tempt to sort out the age-old problem of how boy meets girl, is sweeping the love-hun- gry singles of London Now the vogue, thriving for the last few years, has prompted a warning from a leading British scientist, who challenges its claims. "In a single flash of elec- tronic brilliance Dateline pro- vides a supply of partners who are absolutely right for says the glossy brochure issued by Britain's biggest computer dating company. But one of the country's leading computer experts has condemned computer dating as futile and ominous. The warning came from Dr. Igor Aleksander. He said: "No one in the world knows what chemistry is at work when two people fall in love, least of all a computer. "The claim that some scien- tific match has been made is obviously misleading DISPUTES VIEW One person who disagrees is petite Jennie Egan, a 24-year- old blonde sociology graduate who runs Contact Computer Dating, one of the half-dozen love-by-transistor firms now operating in this country. Miss Egan said that when she read about Aleksander and his speech, "I thought he sounded just the kind of per- son I am sure I could help "We are not in any sense a marriage she said. "People just pay us a pound for compatible dates and we supply just that. "Our mail proves that peo- ple do make lasting rela- tionships with the opposite sex. If marriage that is a bonus we charge no extra for "Anyway I do hope Dr. Aleksander will accept my of- Miss Egan added. "He sounds rather sweet." 50 Ways to Cut Food Costs Why is liver a good buy? When are store coupons real- ly a saving? Why is it some- times best to buy the smallest size package of a product? Here are tips to trim your budget and at the same tinie provide nutritious, satisfying meals. One of 34 articles and features in the OCTOBER READER'S DIGEST. A SENIOR INTERNATIONAL INVITATIONAL COMPETITION FEATUR ING WORLD CLASS FIGURE SKATERS FROM 10 DIFFERENT COUN TRIES. TWELVE ENTRANTS WILL BE COMPETING IN EACH OF THREE EVENTS LADIES SINGLES. MEN S SINGLES AND ICE DANCING October Alberta BE SURE OF A GOOD SEAT GET AN All EVENTS TICKET NOW An all-events ticket includes entrance to all practice sessions, compulsory figures, competitions and the Sunday afternoon exhibition. Evening excitement includes: Tojlpr CranMon crpclitffl lo he Ihi- worlrl s most innovative1