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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, April 33, 1972 THE IE1IIBRIDGE HERALD 13 Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Today I read the revised 53rd Psalm, "King written by Iliat girl who committed suicide. It's a provocative piece bill wliy don't you start at the beginning? I ran across another version which writ- ten by a boy named Mike Kirsh. It appeared in a magazine at my school. Please pnl it in your column. GHASS IS .MY I'OWEIt Grass is my power; 1 constantly want It makelli me to fly high in sweet pleasures: It incrcaselh my sensations. It resiorelli deep awareness; It jjuidcth me through sounds and colors with complete sensitivity. Yea, though I live ui the twilight of dependence, I do fear nothing, I'or grass is with me; The puff of a joint, it comforts me. Though problems abound in the presence of tlic living, More puffs on a joint, they keep me; my mind runnclh away. Surely joy and delight can I follow with marijuana; And I shall dwell in the liell of my unsatisfied needs for- ever. No mailer what excuses the users of grass give for their reason to smoke it, 1 think that last line sums il all up. As an afterthought, I would like to remind the older generation (nnd anyone else, for that matter) Ihal there are still some people in this young generation who have no de- sire whatsoever to smoke mailer how many un- satisfied needs they have. I'm one of them. Just sign And High On Life DEAR HIGH ON LIFE: to the club. So am and I'm 53. Thanks for writing. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Since readers sometimes wrilc lo express a philosophy or share an idea, I decided lo pose an unsettling question for which I cnn find no answers. Thousands of Icllcrs have crossed your desk dealing with unfaithful husbands. These men fall into no special calegory. They are rich and broke, handsome and plain, brilliant and stupid, captains of industry and ribbon clerks. The one thing they have in common is that they cheat on their wives, Why d-on't these men realize they could enrich their lives one-hundred-folri if they spent (hat time, energy and money on their wives instead of some young dish who is only out for what she can gel'.' How unfair thai a husband will dress up for a girl friend, save bis polished manners for her and take her to Ihe finest places. In short, he gives her his best while his wife, who has sacrificed, made a borne lor bim and given him children, gels the leftovers. Why, Ann Landers? Wife Of Course DEAR WIFE: I could write a hook on this subject, and one day I might. But to pnt it briefly, you simply cannot feed the data inlo a computer and get an answer. Each man is riifferenl. He has bis own fears, hostilities, insecuri- ties, foibles, weaknesses, and peculiarities. AND, let's not for- get tne glands. Wives are different too. Some are naggers, others are boresvillc. And let's not forget I've-Got-A-Hcadacbe. I've said it before and I'll say it again. "A beaiilifnl mar- riage may be made in heaven, but the maintenance work is done right down here." DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am so mad I could spit nails. Store hours arc printed in great block letters on the front door: OPEN FROM A.M. UNTIL P.M. Yet almost every evening someone meanders in at and keeps me until or later. I don't get paid extra for overtime work, but I have to do it anyway. Is tins fail-? After putting in a full day with the loony public I'm plenty glad lo see Hie doors close. Yet I haven't been out of this place at in three inonlhs. I would appreciate it if you'd print my letter nnd clobber Iho slobs. Gripe DEAR U. It's obvious that you aren't the boss, and wilh your altitude you'll NEVER be one. The purpose of retail establishments is to accommodate customers. Without customers a store can't slay in business, A competent employee is interested in moving merchan- dise. He doesn't resent slaying with a customer who is buying, or even looking. He should he willing to give courteous and helpful service even it it's inconvenient for him. I don't know how old you are or how long you've been a sales clerk but I suggest you look for another job. Clock-watchers don't enjoy their work anil they shouldn't be serving Hie public. Only 1 days to go" DWUGHr SKIING TIME BEGINS IN ABERM ON SUNDAY NPRIL30, W 2OOam Turn your clock ahead 1 hour on Saturday night, Duroau ol Public Aflairs fSZ GOVERNMENT OF THE PflOVINCE OF ALBERTA Long tight for reco by renoivned native painter Odjig 'vNIPKCi Daphne peopl snys she "born wilh as po Ic have t.ccn, said schools, [owl as they may lie, arc not a brush ii my hund" and if il j csscnlial for artists. came ri ;1H to il, she! would ralhcr lhan talk. The Maniloulin Island. Out., native lias hccn hampered in IICT cIToils to p.iinl since :i Iraf- "II is nl! within the pcison. I doti'L tliink schools can brintf oul something c. person htisn't got. They loach Icchnical aspects, llial is all. Anil Indian fie accident in broken arlists especially, because of SOMETHING NEW FOR THE BEACH Paris couturier Andre Courreges displayed lhe.se navy and1 while T-shlrl beach suils augmented with a pair of socks ond lopped wilh a red basebaIf style cap during summer collection showings in Paris. (APJ Wirephoto) ribs. Miss Orljib, a rnven. Inured won.an whose talent a brush has bronchi her a degree of success, struggled along Ihc long road from the Wikivcmc- kong reserve, through northern Manitoba nnrl, finally, lo Winni- peg, a cily she enjoys because of the contact she now has with her native people "It was a struggle lo pain recognition." she said, and it wasn't really until 1950 when she showed at .he Canadian Ha- vilion at Ilic Ohiika, Japan, world fair, thy I she really gained the Since (hen she has bad a lour- ing pollecliun in I1" ranee, Hcl- gium and Canada Miss Odjig, a .-.of L-spoken, shy woman whose studio is Tilled their cultural background, have a unique w a y themselves." of mauds tor her wovks and where she first derided rn agcnl was needed to develop a business from lu.-r prints. HAI'I'Y WITH AGENT "Many arlists have problems with agents, but I have been very fortunate. Mine is terrific. If an artist has an aflcnl who he trusted it makes lito expressing vcry liveable. I "Artists dislike the selling Tiic problem, she said, is lliat game and a EJCKK! agent can Indian artists do not receive; make cunlitct.1: tor you enough exposure, but added: i Miss Odjig's prints of Lracli- "The important thing is not to j liomd Indian legend subjects become discouraged." Her travels throughout nurlh- crn Manitoba taught Miss Od- are available in vivid hues, with her imaginative interpreta- tion tjf the spirit orlcJ of na- jig to be patient, that success I lure and the dreams ot Ihe pco- rioes not come easily, bul at Ihe I pit- who share .1ml world. same lime provided her the inspiration for some poipn Aside from painting, she is deeply involved in work with .nl .sketches of Indian pecpla I HIP Manitoba Indian Bi ollicr- .nd their life in Ihe North, j hood, is on rhc board of the Through her painting she hopes to preserve the northern way of life before il falls into Uic annals of Canadian Miss Odjig's travels look her lo Ashern, Man., a small com- munity where she first encoun- with works of her own that few tered problems meeting Iho rie- Mamluu Arls I'oJndalion folk School and has taught al the school near birthplace, "The school includes rinivnn, poelry and dance as well as art, Jl helps young Indians under- stand themselves and become less inhibited." Loyal Order of Moose social and dance will be held on Sat- urday at 9 p.m. at the Mooso "lall. Music by Longacrcs Or- rhcslra. For members and in- ,ritcd The Letlibridge Old Time Dance Club will sponsor the ast dance of the season on SaLurday at p.m. in the Assumption school (24th St. and 14th Avc. S.) with the West- erners' Orchestra in allen- dance. Everyone welcome, Doling and old. f I If II leridai' of local Ii s... hcliet'cs foil irl'cti you're pretty sure be fhicsu'l. The regular monthly meeting of the I.ethbridge Social Credit Ladies' Auxiliary will be held on Wednesday at 2 p.m. in Room 1 of the Civic Sports I Centre. Mrs. R. Landeryou and Mrs. D. Oliver will be hostesses i (or the afternoon. i The Belhlen Presbyter i a n Church will bold an anniver- sary supper on Saturday at p.m. in the church hall. Everyone welcome. The Christian College Asso- ciation of Alberta has invited the P.ev. Albert Greene from Seattle, Washington to speak on Ihe crisis in education, at a meeting on Friday at 8 p.m. in Ihe auditorium of Immanuel Christian School, 802 6th Ave. N. Everylxxjy, especially peo- ple interested iii education, is welcome to attend. V The Kileen Denoon unil of Soulhminsfer UCW have chosen May 17 as the date for the an- nual coffee party. Ivfrs. E. 0. Miller is planning the sale of home articles sewn articles and Mrs. E. G. Hunter will convene the sale of home baking. Southminster Circle Square Dance Club will hold the regu- lar dance on Saturday at p.in in Southminster Hall. All s u a e dancers welcome. Women arc fl.skcd lo please bring a pie. Ivy League operates bistro grad NLW YORK 'AD A pvclty blonde graduated from a posli New York finisliiiiR school and an Ivy League college lias hccome one of NIC better-known rcslmirain proprietors around New York Whcr Laura Maioplio was ac- quiring polish a! I lie Droarly School ami Bvyn Mnwr, slic was far mnre in studying art Ihan Icurniny the ins and mils of [tic rood-dispensing busi- ncas. JJuL she knew from close observation Ihal it was one of Ihe riskic.st ot ventures. L aura 's falhcr, Sebastian Miiioplio, for more than hall a century been the owner of BarliPlta, noted Italian bislro in Ihe heart of New York's (hea- Ire d i ,s L f i c Since Maioglio foundcc the plitcc in HKHi, Bar- lictla IKK! liccn a favorite of sev- eral pt'iicralinns of arlisls, in- cludinp opera star Knrico Ca- nisn, conduclor Arturo Toscan- ini and I'inza, who won fame in HJC Broadway show Soulli Pacific. closed tlic rcslauranl in of liis failing health and prepared to sell. But Laura, who had grown up around Ihe venerable eatery, decided lo dy her hand at run- ning it. Kor openers, she put her ar-; lislic (raining to use and redid Ihe decor along (.he lines of an i ISIh-century palazzo. The plit- lering chandelier in the centre of Ihe main dining room, instance, was accjiiired from Ihe j Palace nf Hosina, queen of Italy j two centuries ago. Laura, who spent tine P( her four Firyn Mawr years studying in Florence, (Inly, lias in- structed her kilchrn staff lo specialize in the dishes of north- I eni Italy. M a i o g I i o died before the transformation was completed, but today Laura runs Ihe place with herself and her mother, serving meals inside in the win- ter and ML the spacious summer garden when Ihe weal her is pleasant. Laura iU a i o g 1 i o circnlalcs among the tables, dialling wilh giicsls, the epitome of the pra- cious hostess. Bui lei a waiter make ail error and he is apt to find himself dressed down in .scorching Italian. The owner runs a tight ship. SKRVKS ront One 19-ounce can of fruit can provide four .servings of quick dessert, chilled, fresh and rela- tively low in calorics, Take Off Fat With Home Recipe Plan If's simple how quickly onr ni.iy Insn pounds of unsightly fat in ynur own home. Miike this home recipe ycurscK. It's] efisy, no trouble aL nil nnd liltlc. JusL RO to your (Irupstorc and ;isk Tor 1'oiir llii.s into A pin I ItntlEr and .ndcl rnnupli RrApi-rruil. juirc lo (ill tlm bottle. Iwo I wicc a ns nrcdfil .inH follow I lie I'lan. It your lir.-l nol Fihrnv yoir ,T .simplr onsv way to lose buiLy (at am) slcndrr more eraccful riifves; if reducible pounds and inches of excess fnt don't disappear from nnck, chin, nrras, abdomen, hips, i-alvcs .inrl ankles just rclnrn the empty liottlo for your monry hack. Follow (his nn.sy way en- dorsed m.iny ivlio havo Irii-ct luring curves and Rrncc I Nolr how quit-kly Hisfippe-fir.s mucii bflif.r you feel. Morn alive, SIMPSONS-SEARS im! Exerting Values! f' Come and Get Them! B. Paw-flowered imock 'u sosiy waihable oriel" I predate gingham prints. Sizes 5-15. C. Standout hot ponl skimmer arcol wilh flirty flap pcclceli, llanJ washable lorlrel" double Icnil. Green, pink or blue. Sires 10-16. D. A sure? nit hoi ponl skimmer perky for ire I double knil. Green, pink 10-16. Qualily Cosls IVo ITorc ;il Siinpsons-Scjn's STORE HOURS. Open Daily 9 n.m, lo p.m. Thurlflny and Fndoy 9 o m. 9 p.m. Villacie. Trlephonr 338-9231 ;