Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Ann Land ers lundny, April 18, 1973 THE l.r. illBHIDGE HERAID 17 A Calendar Of Local happenings HELPING HAND Mrs. Louis Granolstein, a volunteer nt Montreal Maimonidcs home for ihe aged, helpi Mrs. Anna Hershenfield her meal during a province-wide strike by public service Rmployecs. comncmies CLINTON', Onl. fCD -lohn van (inslel in n Dutch immiRrnnL vrTrkinj; in ;i butcher shop in Kitc'liener. Six months later he? was managing the store and today Iris mclcur- Ic rise has put him in control of ]fi corporations in Canada, the United Stales and Kurnpc. One recent acquisition for (he 40-ycnr-okl husiiiessniaci is- the former Canadian Forces base ill this town, 35 miles northwest of Stratford. He purchased it (or S50D.OOO jind plans a commercial and in- dustrial development on the eite ''Money doesn't m o a n any- lo lie paid In an In- terview. "I'm not working lor money. DnriiiR the war 1 Knew people who pave away family jewels and all their possessions lor a potato. Creating is what salislics me the money j u s L happens to come from it." He works from about fi a.in. to midnight. "I have no or any- thing he said. ''I eat well, I drink well and vacation when- ever T feel I need il." "It's the people around ine who (jet nervous, hul never HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvat'on Army Welfare Services Needs Clolhing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CAU 328-2860 FOR PtCKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 Is! AVE. S. WALL-TO-WALL and AREA RUGS 5 BRAND NAME CARPETS at ONE LOW, LOW PRICE Nylon Tweed Tip Heavy Sciflni Nylon Sliot] 9 Kikhen Cn COMPLETELY INSTAL1EO HEAVV RUBBER CUSHION. ONLY............... SO. YD. 9 20% Discounl nn Cmloni Dropnry Inlcrior Decoralin9 Service Frco in Soulhcrn Alberto (No mileage charge wilhin 100 milei of Lclhbridge) Q No Paytnenl Eaiy Monlhly Tcrmi CONTRACTORS and HOUSE BUILDERS offer complete inilallalion of Cnrpot, Linoleum, Tilo and Drapery Locntccl fn Weilminilpr Shopping Moll 13lh SI. nml 5lh Ave Norlh, Lclhhridns Phono 32B.B549 Out of Town Coll Colled n Slyopte DEAR ANN LANDliJIS: Our lives in n nearby city, is planning on a church in n few She phoned lo Lell me the news. During Uie conversation she i informed me thai she lia.s asked her fiance's father to escort j her to Hie allar and Rive her in marriage. The reason i slated is, "I feel close to him." Her own father is an invalid and unnblc to attt-ml tlic j This girl has a brother who is one year Uian she is. When I suggested IhaL she nsk him slic said, "He's fjoinfl to he an usher." I'm afraid her father will he hurl. What should I do if anything? Problem DKAR R.P.: Your dniifjjhLcr's selection is inanpronvialv. J that she discuss this with the clergy man who will the ceremony. Uo'll set her straight. DKAR ANN LANDERS: I'd like lo comment on the Mlcr from flic Man Who Miule the Switch. Thai built-in radnr talk is a fairy tale. It's true VIMI Fpot a queen if he follows the chartered dress or pivcs you a vink or throws you a kiss, but if lie's a ButL-li number and plays it straight there is no way ho can he figured As for the closet queen who made the switch, there avc two possibilities. Either he was a fairy princess looking lor extra kicks, but no queen, or he's operating rn different cur- rents holh A.C. and D.C. in cnsc he's skilled Hi S. A POCK! turnout is requt-stud. Science Icslimorr.' MH't'lmf; be licld on ViVilnesdav al 7-30 pin. in tlir dirndl auditorium. I20D 'I S, Ku-ryone welcome. Chinook Pensioners and PC Jiioi Citizens Organization, ai- fihiilrd w i I h the I'lovinciai rind National Pensioners and Senior Organization, nil] nityjl on Wednesday at [iin. in gym 7 of the Civic Sports Centre tianqucl plans Cor May 17 lo he held at the Kl Itandirj Mill be finalized, lick- els be available to mem- bers, awl hc'kcls lor the trip tn l-'orl MacLeod will Ijc available Knterlni nine-Mi and Imj'jti Leon arranged to (Im mcolitij! Tra importation ha4- been arranged ns usual. AIL Jitters are .isAecJ (o attend, nov. members and friends wel- come fli DETROIT (AP> Some of j Hie women employees at 01 nl Al t) I o r s' FJtiiek i thought the company hart car- i ried equality u till in ale-female itnopratlon loo far rcee.nl ly they spotted a guard's 1111- ifmm cap in Ihe ladies' room. The cap, it turned mil, lie- longed to a female watchman. The incident underlined Ihe new role being jiJaycd by women in what traditionally have been male jobs a I GM plants. A Buick spokesman .said that the does Women at GM also have moved into the previously all- male fields of oiifriticcring and industrial adniiiustration I n greater numbers this year Hum ever before. Although established aO years General Molors intitule had graduated only one woman up lo last year, when Uvo women were in (he graduation This are enrolled as regular slmlenls at the institute. Another is cn- Linda u particularly well qualified in Shag Culs nnd long Hair celebralo her appointment Linda HNDA PONECH plant's watch worn an virtually the same work ns Hie [rnl1crt in a preparatory male watchmen, working (lie j Pro-am ftcsirjncd to upgrade a same hours, includinc the nialit I -skllls ln mnlh niui shift. She also is adept FV( tilc cncc so she may enter (he rcpi- arL of self-defence lar curricnlmn. Their numbers are exported lo increase. (i.M docs not yet have dormi- lory (or Ihe women, but next year il plans lo mark off some dormitory for ils co-eds. 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