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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS' A Catholic person died a few days ago and all the stu- dents in the school had a choice of either going to the church for the funeral or staying in school. The boy was a friend of 'mine, and al- though I am not a Catholic, I wanted to attend the church services. I felt strange because I am unfamiliar with Catholic ritual. I didn't know if I should kneel to pray when the others did. We do not kneel in our church. Is :t proper for a Protestant to De- ceive Holy Communion in a Catholic church' What should I have said to the bereaved family? I didn't know what to say so I just smiled. Then I realized that maybe that was improper. Please answer these ques- DEAR ANN LANDERS: You told the guy who con- fessed he hooked ca pep piUs to go to a doctor at once. That advice was O.K. but it wasn't strong enough Very few doctors know what to do for a n amphetamine addict. So please listen to someone who has travelled that road. First- Tell your wife im- mediately. Keeping it from her is a big mistake. She knows something is wrong with you and it will be a reKef if >ou level with her and ask for her help. Second: Quit tnat extra job. It's vhat got you into trouble. The paycheck from that second job looked pretty good at the time, but now you know it wasn't worth it If you take this advice >ou will receive an additional re- ward which I am sure you are not expecting. Very few tions, Ann. I have no one else to turn to. Jon's Friend DEAR FRIEND: When you don't know what to do, use common sense. You'll usually end up doing the right thing. People who do not kneel in their own church should not Ikneel in another place of worship unless they want to. As for Holy Communion, oc other personal participation in specific parts of the ritual, I feel you should follow the custom of the congregation you are visiting. Most Cath- lics would feel that their form of communion is meant for Catholics. It was not a mistake to smile at the bereaved family. A smile need not indicate that something is funny. It can be a sign of friendship or en- couragement. I'm sure it was appreciated. men realize that the time spent at home will mean a lot more to their wives and children than anything a sec- ond paycheck could buy I promise you this is true But then, you will see for your- self Know That Road Well DEAR KNOW: Good advice straight from the feed- box Many doctors say they would rather try to get a pa- tient off heroin than amphe- tamines. It's easier. Good luck to you. Confidential to all readers who wrote to say: "DON'T TURN OFF THE IGNITION IF THE ACCELERATOR IS My advice was OK for the older models-, but cars with power steering are an- other matter. Turning off the ignition will lock the steering wheel. Better shift into neu- tral and use the brakes. ivma Italy's meat prices spiral ROME (AP) The days of Roman feasts with thick Floren- tine steaks or "bistccca" are on the wane, making room for cheaper Romanian chicken or frozen Argentine beef. And then there are just no- meat days in this land where man, the gourmet, likes to have a roast after his pasta "On some days, we follow our spaghetti with more of the says Angela Assunta, a mother of seven. "Then we have chicken days and fish days. I boycott as much as I can." Her boycott is in Italian style with no organization. But it stall is spreading as Ital- ians, who earn less, are paying more for their meat than Am- ericans. Sirloin steak, boycotted at a pound in Washington, was se'ling for 65 a pourd in Rome this week. Veal cold for 82. about 50 certs more than in the United States. Prices similarly above the U.S. level were reported in other European cities. In Italy, meat prices rose 16 per cent in a year. Some butch- ers in the industrial Milan area ask for a pound of good cut, up almost from last fall. But it is not a sell-out item. BUYS FROZEN BEEF Maria Antonia Torres of Rome is feeding the family more and more on frozen Ar- gentine beef. "It's at least 30 per cent cheaper than fresh she said. To cash in on growing dis- content with the increasing prices, the state-owned Standa supermarket chain offered a 10- per-cent reduction in food items recently. said a buyer, "they Tnra-Cmfe Ttltptioni Sytbm 'Talk about a bargain.1" DIAL DIRECT FOR (OR LESS) TO ANY PLACE IN ALBERTA Saturday midnight to Monday 6 a.m. (First 3 minutes) Long Distance, is a great way to travel. Especially on Sunday, when half a buck is the most you need to pay for the first three minutes to dial any- other point in Alberta. At that rate you don't nesd a special reason to calf Long Distance. Someone would like to hear from you. So go This and every Sunday. How to get this special Sunday saving If you live in a Direct Distance Dialing area, dial your own call. if you live in a non-Direct Distance Dialing area, place your call station to station. Special rate does not apply on person to person, collect, third party billing, time and charge, pay phone or credit card calls. still want 230 lire for a package ol sausage was 250 yester- day. They never say that the same package sold for 220 lire some months back." Vegetables and fruits also sell for 10 to 20 per cent more than a few months ago, even in open- air food stands. The govern- ment announced during the weekend that prices rose six per cent last year. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes Are you sick or are you watching the 11 o'clock Monday, April 9, 1973 THE LETHBRIDCE HERALD 17 it t fl I calendar of local happ The Whirl-A-Ways will square and round dacce at 8-30 sharp tonight in St. Augustine's par- ish hsl'. All squaic Cancers arc welcome to attend, and women are asked to take a box lunch The fourth class in the Famly Y series Don't Leave It To George! will be held from to tonight. Blake Bar- tel from Capital Furniture will advise on points to look for when choosing furniture and discuss the various types of materials available Xi Iota Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, will meet at pm Tuesday in the home of Mrs. J. RIeve, 2306 20th Ave. S with Mrs. R. Crighton and Mrs. J. Nixey as co-hostesses. Mrs. D Stalker will present a program on the perfect mother. v The literature departmant of the Mathesis Club will meet in the home of Mrs. P. M. Sauder, 1309 7th Ave. S., at 2-30 pm. Tuesday. Southminster UCW units will meet as follows: Susan Galbraith: in the home church lounge, 2.30 p m. Wed-lpm. Tuesday in the home of nesday. Ellen Dcnoon: in the home of Mrs. R. C. Niven, 704 13th St. S., 3 p.m. Wednesday. Maple Leaf Chapter No. 7, OES. will hold a regular meet- ing in the Masonic Hall at 6 pm Tuesday. Visiting mem- bers welcome. The Evening Branch ACW of St Augustine's Church will ho'd a regular monthly meeting at 8pm. in the Bambrick Room at the parish hall f Preceptor Eta Chapter. Beta Sigma Piii, will meet at Mary Niven, 612 18 St. S. Alice Foder, Anne Chanda, Ruby Misak, Kflp Martin and Susie Hironaka are to be honored guests. Theme for the evening is a queenly quest, and mem- bers are asked to remember to bring members of the tune they were queens ior a day. Sigma Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, will meet at 8 p.m Tues- day in the home of Mrs. Ever- ett Thompson, 978 13th St. S, with Mrs. Bob Kinniburgh as co-hostess The program on the history of dress will be pre- sented by Mrs. Harvey Steffen- sen. ,sn and out of town S. P. Alberteon, 715 2.30 p m. Wednesday of Mrs. 14 St. S, Grace Marshall: in the home of Mrs A. V. Weatherup, 40S Stafford Place, 2.30 p m. Wed- nesday. Alma The Ladies Aid to St. Peter and St. Paul's Greek Catholic Church will hold a spring tea from 2 to 4.30 pm. Saturday in the parish hall, 12 St. B and 7 Ave N. There will be work and white elephant tables, and as In the past, a bake table in conjunc- tion with a delicatessen table, featuring a variety of baked and cooked items. A door prize will be given and an afghan and a lace table- Buchanan: in cloth will be raffled, the! The public is cordially vited to attend and to purchase Easter baking Mr and Mrs. Bob Shibor Sr. have recently returned from a visit to their neice, Mrs. Rod Stafford in Toronto, White there, they travelled to Seaforth, Ont, to attend the wedding of an- other neice, Mrs. Donna Jean Banks of Hamilton, daughter of the former Miss Phyllis Tilby of Lethbridge. Mr. apd Mrs. Shibor were ac- companied by Mr. and Mrs. Len Tilby of Calgary. It's NEW...the LOW COST Maytag Highlander LESS The new Maytag Highlander A107 and Maytag D407 fabric laundering ability with performance comparable to our previous Model A206 washer and D407 dryer, but at a new low price for the pair. Q-wiuC MAYTAG advanced features: 3 temp water controls 3 level water control Pow- erfin agitator with built-in lint filter Automatic fabric softener dispenser Heavy duty porcelain enamel cabinet top and tub Zinc coated steel cabinet with acrylic enamel finish. Simple, all-fabric controls up drum. LETHBRIDCE APPLIANCES CO. LTD. 905-3rd Ave. Phone 327-4456 ;