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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta iu, i nc uc i nDniuuc An Caster Basket FULL OF OUR FOOD BARGAINS Works on display Stfe" Paintings and sketches of Gary and Joyce Slipper will be on public display at the Art Studio on Fifth Avenue, from 2 to 5 p.m. everyday until April 30.. 4 Mr. Slipper has had showings across North America and some paintings have been gf sold for as much as His style is filled with symbols and he is interested in the untapped possibilities of man. Shown are some of his paintings, with Mrs. fj Slipper. jfellii ORANGE SECTIONS f WeeWhimsv Karen Shepard will be sem ihe original art lor her quote Send your child's quotation 10 ihis paper. Ann Landers Thief chase DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) A would-be thief was confronted with an empty cash register when he attempted to rob the Kerr Drug Co. Jessie Kerr. 87, said the luckless bandit was the 59th to hold up the store. It had been robbed minutes earlier. She said she told the second robber he had better go chase the other guy "and he did." for "HAPPY NEST" 12.50 and 15.00 EASTER LILIES 7.00 and UP FRACHE'S EASTER BASKET SPECIAL! and Also ROSE BUSHES. HYDRANGEAS. MUM PLANTS from 7.00 FRACHE'S Flower Shop 322-6th St. S. Phone 327-2666 Dear Ann Landers: I'm a girl. 17, and I like the way you answer some of those crazy questions. I never disagreed with you until now. You printed a letter from a teenager whose parents criticized her friends because they never said "hello" or "goodbye" or "thank you" when they left. That made sense. But when you said teenagers, both boys and girls, should STAND UP when an adult enters the room that killed me. Either you are an ignorant fool or you think teenagers are. It's like asking us to kiss your feet when you walk by. Granted, we should show respect, but STAND UP'.' Id spit first. -Disgusted In Ticonderoga, N.Y. Dear D.T.: Well. I guess I'm an ignorant fool. Thanks lor telling me. (P.S.: I hope you don't spit on the rug of some nice people who thought you were a lady.) Dear Ann Landers: The other day. a girl I go to school with was telling me how sad she was because she had lost two of her best babysitting customers (they moved away) and she didn't have money to buy her mother a birthday gilt or her grandparents a present for their 40th wedding anniversary. When I suggested that she give them a gift of "time" she was amazed, and, I might add, very appreciative. I explained that often the gift that cannot be bought in a store is the most meaningful gift of all. For her mother, she might oiler 25 hours of "service" doing errands, favors, cleaning, polishing, ironing, something that requires time and energy. For her grandparents, she might offer to do something different. But the basic principle remains the same. Do something instead of buy something. I got this idea from my older sister who was deeply indebted to our next door neighbor. Sis couldn't buy her a gift but she wrote a letter CHANGE OF NAME Graham A Johnson Draperies will be Changed, Forthwith To... CATHIE'S DRAPERIES 325 5 St. S. Lethbridge To Celebrate This Grand Ocassion We are Having a Clear-Out Sale of Stock Velvets Plain Crushed 395 j toW yd. Terrylene 118" Wide 395 yd. Cottons Rayon Acetates I yd. Antique Satins 200 yd. Acrylic's 200 O50 toaC yd. Pattern Toss Cushions V2 Price FRINGES Trims 25% Off RODS While They Last 15% Off All Sales Final saying. "This note entitles you to ten nights of free babysitting services." The neighbor said it was the nicest gift she had ever received. Tell people, will, you, Ann? Madeline Dear Madeline: It's told and I'm grateful to you for sharing this great idea. Dear Ann Landers: I'm an 18-year-old university student away from home for the first lime and I need your help. I am asthmatic, under certain conditions, and smoke bothers me to an alarming degree. If friends smoke in my residence room I have to sit up the rest of the night to breathe. Smoke at the dining room table makes me wheeze. Some of the students actually smoke in class and this can be a real problem if it's the person in front of me. How can I request smokers not to smoke when they are around me without looking like a neurotic or (worse yet) a demanding person? Please instruct me on how to handle this situation. All I want is clean air for my lungs. But I also want to keep my friends. Smoked Out In Waterloo Dear Loo: Any person who would smoke after you told him (or her) that you are asthmatic and smoke makes you very ill is not worth having for friend. As for smoking in class, I feel this idea is a real bummer even though I know some schools permit it. Dear Ann Landers: Every once in a while you blow it, and you certainly fell on your lace when you responded to the letter about- the widow in her 60s who called the maintenance men in her apartment building several times a day to "fix this" and "fix that." The repairmen were convinced that the old girl was breaking things so she could get someone to talk to. You said she was just lonesome and added, "The building has no obligation to provide companionship for lonely widows." I realize nobody gives a damn about anybody else these days, but I certainly didnt expect such a heartless answer out of you. Ann Landers. Disappointed Dear Disappointed: Sorry I let you down, but most buildings are short of competent repairmen. It's not fair to the tenants with legitimate requests to tie up maintenance men for social purposes. Strawberries Raspberries Paper Towels Cheer Mr. Clean ssw. 3i85 Grape Jam or Jelly 79 69C Cheese I89 239 pickles 133 Potato Chips TURKEYS Grade A 6-10lb. average, Ib. 79 0 Halves or Whole, Ib. Hams Sausage Meat Wieners Bacon i ib. pkg., Ib. Alberta Gold or Burns, 11b. pkg. Alberta Gold or Burns, Ib. 7? 7? I19 Florida SWHI. Canada No. 1 Radishes Gr. Onions Corn on the Cob Pineapple Bananas Cat. Fresh 2 bunches Hawaii, servi with your Easter Hams, aach Dolt Golden Yillow t jar ...l-r.. JOIN THE EASTER PARADE in a lovely NEW DRESS from our Urge ol had DRESSES Sizes to 26Vi NEW YORK V DRESS SHOP 604A 3rd Avenue S. Phone HOT CROSS BUNS, EASTER CAKES, EASTER BASKETS, EASTER COOKIES BREAD White or Brown I W loaves 99 ;