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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 LETHBRIDQE HERALD Saturday, September 28, A Harvest Social will be held in the lower hall ot First United Church on Oct. 4. Dancing to the Bridge Town Trio from p.m. to a.m. Women are asked to please bring either sandwiches or squares. Everyone welcome. The regular meeting of Assumption CWL will be held at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the parish hall. Final plans will be made for the fall tea and bazaar. The Lethbridge Council of Home and School Associations is sponsoring a public forum at p.m. Monday at Lakeview School. Candidates for positions on both the separate and public school board will present their views on current educational matters. All parents are urged to attend. Coffee will be serv- ed by the Lakeview association. Beta Sigma Phi City Council will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Bowman Arts Centre. Learn to square dance with the beginners' group at 8 p.m. Monday in Southminster hall. New dancers welcome. Women are asked to bring a box lunch. Club corner Herald Family MR. BEN OLIVER The Family of Ben Oliver will honor their father on his 80th Birth- day. Open house will be held at the home of his son Golden 1822 -14 Ave. South, Lethbridge, Sun- day, October 6th, from 2-6 p m. No gifts please. Members of the Ladies Aux- iliary of the Royal Canadian Legion are reminded that there will be a ladies jitney cribbage at 2 p.m. Monday in the clubrooms. The Whirl-A-Ways will square and round dance at 8 p.m. Monday in the Moose Hall, 1234 3rd Ave. N. All square dancers welcome. Women are asked to bring a box lunch. Plans are underway for the 1974 Poppy Campaign. A meeting will be held at p.m. Thursday in the Memorial Hall for the purpose of issuing kits to canvassers and explaining procedures. Any members of organizations welcome. The ladies of St. Mary's ACW will hold their annual fall bazaar and tea Oct. 30. Everyone welcome. An Aloha Tea will be held by Maple Leaf Chapter, No 7, Order of the Eastern Star, from 2 to p.m. Oct. 5 in Southminster hall. The Hawaiian theme will be carried out in the decorations and in the dress of the members. Tea tables will be convened by Mrs. A. Wadstein and the officers of the chapter. McKillop UCW units will meet as follows: Rosaine Unit, 2 p.m. Tuesday, with Mrs. Doris Hedenstrom, 1915 7th Ave. S.; Liska Unit, 8p.m. Tuesday, with Mrs. J. G. Barr, Coalhurst; Bevan Unit, a.m. Wednesday, with Mrs. G. H. Bevan, 3205 Lakehill Crescent; Haszard Unit, 2 p.m. Wednesday, in the church lounge; Reed Unit, 8 p.m. Thursday, with Mrs. S. K. Sproul, 3004 14th Ave. S.; HELP US TO HELP OTHERSI The Salvation Army Welfare Services Need Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CALL 326-2860 FOR PICK-UP SERVICE or LEAVE AT 412 1st AVE. S. SOUTHMINSTER UCW will hold a USED and USEABLE SALE THURSDAY October 3rd to p.m. FRIDAY October 4th to a.m. CHURCH HALL 4th Avenue and 11th Street South There will be items of good small appliances, dishes, clothing, toys, jewellery plus many more. Everyone Welcome! If you are not a member of Weight Watchers Have a meeting onus! Sept. 3Oth-Oct. 2Oth. you ate overweight, you re invited Jo visit a meeting during National Open Meeting Montrij September 301h- Qclpb.gT.20lh.. YOU !1 receive a FREE Weight Watchers' Program 7-DAY WETJU OI.ANMER- 21 complete meals like the ones enjoyed by our members while v.e helo them lose weight There s no obligation to join1 Call us for the time and place o' she open meetinas scheduled in this area. FOR MORE INFORMATION. CALL ZE-06124 (TOU.FREE) OPEN MEETINGS IN LETHBRIDGE St. Augustine's Anglicin Church Tuesday, October 1st, 8th and 15th p.m. WEIGHT WATCHERS' Carefoot Unit, 8 p.m. Oct. 7, with Mrs. Winona Anderson, 2226 18th Ave. S. The Lethbridge Women's In- stitute will hold a sewing tea at p.m. Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Risler, South Park Apartments, Suite 23, 505 8th Ave. S. Co hostess will be Mrs. Scott. The October meeting of the Galbraith Home and School will be held at 8 p.m. Wednesday. Classroom visita- tion from to 8 p.m. Southminster Junior Girls' Choir will present the annual "Three in One" concert Sun- day, Oct. 27 at p.m. and p.m. in the Yates Centre. All members of the Southminster Junior Girls' Choir are reminded of prac- tice and uniform fittings at 4 p.m. Monday at Southminster Church. The history department of the Mathesis Club will meet at p.m Tuesday at the home of Mrs. H. D. Redding, 2210 22nd Ave S. The regular monthly meeting of the Social Credit Women's Auxiliary will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday .in Room 1 of the civic centre. All members are urged to at- tend as yearly elections will be held. Coaldale Wayfarers Girls' Club, for girls aged 8 to 12, will start Monday at 4 p.m. in the Coaldale Mennonite Conference Church basement. The Ladies of the Pem- mican Club will meet at p.m. Wednesday for the regular meeting in the clubrooms, 9th Street and 5th Ave S. THE BETTER HALF Dior in the O.R. The cap of the operat- ing room nurse or tech- nician has a practical pur- cover hair which, because it carries bacteria, can be a source of infection during operations. But the women of Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto have taken the original concept and turned the caps into fashionable headgear. From left to right starting at the top, Jo Anne McHugh, Brenda Dinney, Kathy Flood and Jane Mithrush model their own operating room creations'. By Barnes "Look at this water bill, gas bill, electric bill, grocery bill, gasoline bill. We've just got to stop this wild, riotous living." CASH BINGO TONIGHT, SATURDAY O'CLOCK HUNGARIAN OLD TIMERS HALL A SlOO SUckoirt plifid for lill won wiry SitsnUj pin Kombsr Jackpots JACKPOTS Now and 5 Cards (or or 25c Bach (Located Next to No. 1 Firehall) t FUN MACHINE by BALDWIN TURNS LISTENERS INTO PLAYERS IT'LL BOGGLE t YOUR EARS Y Come see our complete line of pianos and V organs. Rentals Sales and Service. OPEN HOUSE Every Sunday 1-5 p.m. for the month of September. Free Coffee and Donuts v BERTI SCHOOL OF MUSIC T 2646 S. Parkside Drive Phone 327-0115 .anders Dear Ann Landers: The letter from "Boxing Brigade" prompted me to write. I had the same problem until I final- ly got smart, four years ago. Our dinners were a horror. Every night there was a fight at the table and somebody cried. My husband was con- stantly carping at the children, correcting their manners. But worse yet, the children used dinnertime as tattle sessions. The quar- reling and sometimes punching undid me. Someone always managed to spill something and when I say mealtime was a nightmare, you can believe it. One day I decided I'd had it. I sat the family down and made a new set of rules. Dinnertime would be family- talk time and there would be no tattling of any kind. Also, if my husband felt the need to correct a child's table manners he would do so in an objective manner and not at- tack the child, but merely suggest that Billy not reach across the table but ask that the potatoes be passed, or that Suzie not talk with a mouth full of food. I made it clear that anyone who broke the rules would have to leave the table. Nobody did. It worked out beautifully. From that day on, dinner- time has been a pleasure. We are not only a happier but a healthier family. I'm sorry I didn't think of the New System sooner. Peace, It's Beautiful Dear Peace: Beautiful is right. I hope thousands of parents will take a page from your book. It's an excellent solution to a common problem. Dear Ann Landers: The old virginity bit to lose or not to lose, that is the question. Here's a word to those jilted, heartsick dames who are sorry they gave in because afterwards all the magic was gone. What about the Puritans who waited for marriage, and THEN all the magic was gone? You don't think magic is real, do you? Look at the zillions of married couples who are bored silly with each other. I'll bet some of them were virgins 'til the honeymoon both of 'em! The real reason most guys drop the girl after the "Preview of Coming Attractions" is that some men can't stand the idea that a woman might have just as strong a sex drive as he has or, heaven forbid, know what it's all about. In self-defense, he looks for a shrinking violet, someone he can "teach" and "be in charge of." Such a female is less threatening. In the meantime, the "why did I do it" dolly is agonizing over her guilt because that's how society says she is supposed to repent for her "sins." A Witness Dear Witness: You make some valid points, but insofar as the central issue is concerned, the real evidence is on the other side. And where do I get it? From hundreds of girls who have also been "witnesses." I've had a tremendous number of letters from deflowered teenagers who wish they had said no and would give anything if they could turn the clock back. Dear Ann Landers: Almost everyone has a headache at one time or another, but not my sister-in-law. SHE has "migraines." Last week I ask- ed her, "What's the difference between my headache and your She prompt- ly told me that migraine suf- ferers are members of the intellectual elite and migraine is a disease of the super- intelligent. True or false? Two Aspirins, Please Dear Two: False. Migraine is found among patients at every level of intelligence, among people of all types of genetic and environmental backgrounds. BEST-0-MILK (Lethbridge) Invites you to inquire about our sensational skim milk and partially skim milk powder. Intro- ductory offer available. Phone 328-7114 or 328-7505 WE DELIVERI Zenith Eyeglass Hearing Aid !he rjghl 'Decision now and Hry reliable Zenith Carlyle aid at no obligation And if within 10 days after purchase you aren't completely satis fied, you may return the aid and your monpy, except for the cost of a custom eaiinold, xvill IM: a13 n-.akts o1! ".cotitig aids It't 'I 'I fl I" If1 'f 3 LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. F. A. LEISTER, OtrtWtd HMTing AM AwDetogM 'leipmq 1he hard o' hearing since 1943" Paramount Theatre Bldg. Phone 328-4080 715-4th Avenue S. 327-2272 Lynne Van Luven If the September issue of "Gentlemen's Quarterly" is to be believed, men will soon be raising their eyebrows. Not to men- tion eliminating portions thereof. The elevated eyebrows are not a result of anything par- ticularly risque; they are merely all in the name of fashion. And if that's not poetic justice after all these years of men telling women how to contour their hair, bosoms, hips and eyebrows I don't know what is. In an article cutely entitled, "Brow beauty expert Helen Oppenheim tells bettle browed readers that their appearance may be "ferocious, unfriendly or simply not as attractive as it could The solution? Elementary equipped with a pair of sterile tweezers and a stoic expression, the unruly eyebrowed are to remove the superfluous foliage above their limpid pools. Well aware of males' intolerance for pain, Helen cheers the boys on: "It's slightly uncomfortable to pull out hairs with a tweezer, but adjusting to the discomfrot isn't difficult." Methinks she doth overestimate yon gentlemen's capacity for self inflicted torture. Men just haven't had the right conditioning for this sort of beauty ritual. Women have undergone almost any agony in the name of better looks. The average man, I think, just has not been brain washed long enough (not yet, but with writers like Helen around, their day may yet dawn) to suffer discomfort over someone else's pre conceived notions of how his brows should arch Hold it, Harry. Before you rush to the bathroom mirror with Irma's beauty utensils, tweezing is not all that's expected of you. You're first to determine how much of your brows to eliminate, then to rub in moisturizing cream, then pluck, then trim 'overlong' strands. Then, Harry, you're to 'train' still unru- ly brows by applying petroleum jelly at night, and combing the hairs in the proper direction. Helen didn't warn you Harry (she's a lady of staunch good but I feel I must: there's a chance that your beauty regimen just might ruin your love life. You see, Irma is bound to object if you come to bed with all that -goop about your eyes. But then, you'll probably have a headache by that time, from all the tweezing. I know what you mean, Harry. Some women just don't appreciate all you fellows are doing for them. Mideast war produces baby boom in Israel JERUSALEM (AP) Last year's Middle East war has produced a baby boom in Is- rael, hospitals reported today. Soldiers returned from the front lines last winter and the maternity wards began filling up this month, doctors said. "We had 29 births on Thurs- day alone, the day of Yom NEW STYLES NEW YORK (AP) Couples are looking for new styles in their engagement rings, says the Diamond Infor- mation Centre. The traditional solitaire is being supplanted by matching sets in geometric patterns, smaller -side" stones and freeform designs with wedding and engagement rings interlocking to give the appearance of a single ring. Kippur, about three times our average said a spokes- man for Shaare Zedek (the Gates of Righteousness) hos- pital. Other hospitals confirmed the sudden increase in births, but gave no figures. Jerusalem in particular is experiencing a constant in- crease in babies, said a Ha- dassah hospital official, with the city's large young popu- lation of Oriental and Ortho- dox Jews heeding the biblical call to "be fruitful and multi- ply." We would like to help you with all your hair needs at the LAKEVIEW BEAUTY SALON 2638 S. Parkfifto Dr. ________Phona 327-4843 F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT EAGLES HALL 6th Ave. A and 13th ST. N. Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. SCardsforl.OO or Each Three 7 Number Games JACKPOT Free Games and Free Cards DOOR PRIZE Gold cards pay double money Mini Jackpot Won Each Week JACKPOT IN S3 NUMBERS and number per week. Door Prize DID YOU KNOW? That we have a full time service man for VACUUM CLEANERS ONLY All Kinds, all Types We Stock all Vacuum Cleaner Parts RiDlictfflint Motors with OMMaFm 5yr.ar Guaranteed HOSES 995 ftnswnvd) AT FAIRFIELO APPLIANCE SERVICES LTD. 1244 3rd Kn SwDi Phm 3274070 ;