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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBSIDGE HERALD 19 Slaffords, Apple 19-oz. lint WESTERN FAMILY 14 53c Spsnge Pudding Olives Strawberry Jam s Flour Raisin Bread Tang 1 00 21'A-oi. pkg., each PLATFORMS WITH A MESSAGE Walk tall ibis sea- in shoes selected for their fashion sense by the Foot- wear Bureau of Canada. Top, an oxford in brown and beige suede; left, on antique leather double-strap shoe with slit upper for coolness, and right; a suede ankle-strap ihoo with patchwork upper. Ann Landers of local di DEAR ANN LANDERS: Who do you think you are to (ell a person that she is an oddball or a weirdo just because her Idea of a wedding doesn't conform with yours? Has it occurred to you that individuality Is very important to some people and that the ability to express one's self freely is part of today's youth-culture? What is normal anyway? And who is to Judge? Surely not Ann Landers, the square of all time. The People DEAR PEOPLE: My apologies. Of course you are right., How rude of me to suggest that there might he something peculiar about gelling married under Lake Michigan in swim- ming suits with snorkel tubes. Every normal minister wears water-wings on his rubber diving suit ami all sar.e and sensi- ble wedding parties come fully prepared lo be lowered into the lake on a submersible platform. Please forgive me for suggesting that there- was anything strange about, this. I lost my head. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I realize you're nol a travel writer but I consider you a friend, so I decided to ask for some help. My husband passed away three months ago and I'm jusl now coming out of my grief. I'm making plans to go to Europe. It will be my first trip abroad. Can you give me a few packing guidelines and some travel hints? It would mean a great deal. Thanks very much. Maiden Voyage DEAR MAIDEN: The cardinal rules for any trip are these: (1) Take balf as many clothes as you think you'll need and twice as much money. (2) If you don't wear it at home, don't take it on a trip. Tliis goes for fancy extras or a skirt or dress that's a smidgc too tight. (3) Never put a bottle of anything liquid in your suitcase If it can spill, it will. All liquids and creams should be placed in plastic bags. (4) Pack systematically so you'll know where everything is. It's maddening to have to pull everything apart to find pair of hose. (5) Don't take more luggage than you can carry personally in an emergency. (6> Keep your passpait. travellers' checks, jewelry and casl in your shouldcrstrap handbag at all limes. Wear it slung ovci yourself and be alert to pickpockets whose most lucrative hour are spent in airports and train stations. Have a wonderful time anrl scud me a post card. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Whal Is wrong with a college graduate son anrl his wife (bolh Phi Mela Kappas) v.ho don't know enough to write a personal note on a birthday card, a Mother's Day card, nn Easter greeting or an anniversary message. They send just Hie store-bought card and sign their names. I KNOW their names. In fact, I named HIM. How do you explain such ignorance? Redding Mother DEAR RED: We are all ignorant. Only on different sub- jects. Education is the answer. Tell them you'd appreciate a little handwritten note on their cards and I'll hot they'll oblige. Is pot B drug? Can and pills open new worlds (or you? Stop guessing. Get the facts in Ann Landers' new booklet, "Straight Dope on Drugs." For each booklet ordered semi n dollar bill, plus a long, stamped envelope v.ilh ir> ccnl.s voiIh of stnnuis In Ann Landers. Box 3Mfi. Chicago, Illinois 60651. First United Church will hold an executive meeting on Thurs- dav at p.m. Southminster general UCW 11 meet in the church lounge Thursday at p.m. Fol- wing the meeting a program 11 he presented by the Grace shall and Chinook units. The Lethbridge Women's In- itute will hold a serving tea the home of Mrs. R. GI1- our, 901 9th Ave. S., on at p.m. Tea hos- sses will be Mrs. B. G, Scott id Mrs. R. Gilmour. L a d i e s1 Auxiliary to tbc rmy, Navy and Air F o c e eterans Unit 58, will hold an mec'injr 9 p.m. in the clubrooms. Fort Macleod square dancers -il hold the regular dance on 'ednesday at p.m., with ound dance practice at 8 p.m the elementary school. Ev- ryone welcome. Women are skccl to please bring a box inch and cups. Iced Tea 69c Sunlight Liquid bottles 89c an oa f town Members of Xi Nu Chapter, ?eta Sigma Phi, their hits- jands, recently enjoyed a so- cial evening at the Lelhbridge The annual spring tea Mc- Killop UCW will be held on Sat- urday, April 15, from 2-5 p.m. in the church hall. A bake table and a nursery will be provided. Christian S c i ence testimony meeiing win be held on Wed- nesday at p.m. in the church auditorium, 1203 4th Ave. S. Everyone welcome- The regular monthly ing of the Lethbridge Home Economics Association will not he held in April. It is hoped members will be attending the Alberta Convention on Thurs- day and Friday, at the Summit Hotel, Calgary. First United unit meetings for April are as follows: Atkins; Thursday at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Smith. 1711 8 Ave. N.: Chappell; Tuesday at 1 p.m. at the home of Mrs. R. Steven. son, 1405 3 Ave. A. N; Jackson; Monday, April 17 at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Robulak, 317 12 St. C. N; Jubilee; Tuesday at 1! p.m. at the home of Mrs, G. Coutts, 1017 16 St. N; Lyllc; Thursday, April 13, at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. W, Knox, 410 12 St. C. N; Harlemcn; Thursday, April 13 at 2 p.m, at the home of Mrs. J. Edwards, 533 12 St. A. N; Johnston: Thursday, April 13 at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. R. Thompson, 1820 9 Ave. N. Curling Club. Entertaining guests prior to the event wcro rm, M, and Mrs. Brent Logan. Xi Nu Chapter, Beta Sigma particularly should prepare for Phi, recently entertained at a rushing party at the home of Mrs. Anne Chanda. Guests at the Big Bird Befa birthday party were Mcsdames Pat Pe- terson. Dolores Christie, Char- lenc Forrest, Jean Poilc, Ruth Pal Hooper, Elaino Sackney and Ron! Hcrmanulz. Special guest was Mrs. June Crighton, girl of the year. the vacuum of middle age by fo- cusing on companionship and in- terdepcndence with their mates and joining in community and] international causes, says David I Weiss of Dawson junior college, i Otherwise, women who have fo- cusc-ci on Iheir children "have no idea what lo do with their lives pushing them to the edge of breakdown." THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "I've got some jokes to toll you as soon as i get out of ranae of my wife's elbow.' 'XTolue'ViUa GNNAMON BAKERY Phone 327-2424 BUTTERFLY BUNS PECAN BUNS CINNAMON TWISTS PIES CHERRY BLUEBERRY APPLE RAISIN doz. PHONE ORDERS CHARGE ACCOUNTS FREE DELIVERY j. tOCATED AT THS CORNER OF J3rVSTREET and AVtNUE S. ;