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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'll bet you're sick of hear- ing from people who have explanations for that widow who found a newspaper clip- ping of a pretty woman in her husband's wallet two weeks after she buried Mm. Well, my husband was killed in Vietnam. Among his pos- sessions which came to me in a neat bundle was a photo- graph of a beautiful young Asian girl. I have no idea who she is and I don't care. It might have belonged to a bunkmate for all I know. My husband was a wonderful guy. He loved me and I trusted him. I refuse to spend five minutes wondering why that picture was in his gear. My sister was with me when I opened the box. She DEAR ANN LANDERS: Will keeping my home order- ly make my children neuro- tic? A close friend who maj- ored in psychology says it will. I was raissd in a clean house where the rule was, "A place for everything and ev- erything in its place." Moth- er taught us that when your surroundings are cluttered your mind is cluttered. I know this is true because I am at my calmest and happiest when my home, closets and shelves are in perfect order. In other words, my emotion- al condition is directly con- nected to the condition of my home. My friend insists that when looked horrified when we came across that photograph. I'm sure she thought the worst. I said, "Look, there's an explanation for this. I'll never know what it is but one thing is certain it means nothing to me, and I'm going to forget I saw it." It all boils down to faith. If you have it, you don't need anything else. If you don't have it, your whole life is one big question mark. You are never sure of anything or any- body and you Will never know peace. Who Has It DEAR HAS IT: There is more common sense in your letter than I've seen in any one place in a very long tune. Thank you for saying it so simply and convincingly. children are reared with so much emphasis on orderli- ness they are too "program- and it can result in a series of hangups which stif- les creativity. We would like your views on this. And Comfy. DEAR N. AND C.: Since you were raised with that philosophy I can see why you in it, but I have known people whose homes were models of perfection and their minds were not only uncluttered but sterile. My own desk usually looks like a dog's breakfast but I know where everything is and no one had better move a thing, under the threat of death. SOUTHMINSTER UCW USED and USEABLE SALE CHURCH HALL Thursday, May 3 6 to 9 p.m. May 4 9 a.nvto noon EVERYONE WELCOME Monday, April 30, 1973 THE LcYHBRIDGE HERALD IODE president Mrs. K. J. C. Dean of Toronto is the president of the Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire. She is the young- est president in the orders' history and says the national office is struggling to find ways to loosen a rigid tradition- al administrative structure. ..x'V L.aienaar cJLocal FOR SMART 6IRLS ONLY STERLING SHOES 320A 6th ST. S. PHONE 327-3344 The regular monthly meet- ing of the St. Andrew's Federa- tion will be held Tuesday a p.m. in the lounge of the church. The history and curren events department of the Math- esis Club will meet Tuesday a 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. G Noble, at Nobleford. te The Association of Profes sional Engineers, Geologists an( Geophysists of Alberta Wives will sponsor the annual bus trip o the Flying N Eestaurant in Claresholm for a dinner on Sat- urday. All members wishing to attend are asked to call 327- 0620 or 327-6593 as soon as pos- sible. Southminster UCW will meet in the church lounge Thursday at 2 p.m. Galbraith Home and School win meet Wednesday at 8 p.m. The topic discussed will be chil- dren with learning disabilities. New food product developed COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) A Clemson University professor has announced the development of a new fcod product which he says may be the biggest break- through for the peanut since peanut butter was invented more than 80 years ago. Dr. J. H. Mitchell introduced the peanut flake at a news con- ference recently and said be believes it may become a major source of protein in a variety of foods. Reporters were invited to sample peanut-flake candy that tasted like chocolate-covered coconut and sandwiches a la peanut flake that looked and tasted like bologna. Mitchell, a professor of food science, has obtained a patent in the name of Clemson Univer- sity for the peanut flakes. Mitchell said the peanut flakes can be added to red meat or fowl to make luncheon meats that look and taste like the real thing but contain two-thirds peanuts. I I I I I WANTED! 50 Used Refrigerators! TOP TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES I CONTACT APniANOS ITO. 4fft S. Across from Downtown Snowroom Bill BAKER Phone 329-1332 WAYNE BAKES The ladies of the Old Timer's I PemmScan Club will meet Wed- nesday at p.m. for a reg- ular meeting in the club rooms. Margaret Hartley Past Presidents' Club will meet Tuesday at p.m. at the home of Mrs. V. S. Reed, 540 12th St. B N. There will be an Ostomy meeting Thursday at 8 p.m. at Packard Medical Supply, 1285 3rd Ave. S., for all interested persons. Out-of-towners wel- come. For further information please contact Connie 327- 4511. Southmicster UCW wffl hold a used and ussable sale in the church hall on Thursday from 6 to 9 p.m. and again on Fri- day from 9 a.m to 52 noon. There will be items of good used furniture, appliances, dishes, clothing, toys, jewel- lery and many others. Every- one welcome. Assumption CWL will hold their regular monthly meeting Wednesday commencing with a mass at p.m. in the church. Installation of officers will take place and a wine and cheese tasting will follow the meeting. All interested women are wel- come to atlend. A spring band concert will be presented by the LCI Con- cert and Stage Band Tuesday May 15 at 3 p.m. at the Yates Centre. Tickets will be avail- able at the door. All proceeds to go to the band uniform fund. Everyone to attend. Hamilton Junior High School will hold a talent show Wednes- day at p.m. in the large auditorium. Proceeds wfll go :owards new equipment for the outdoor education programs. Everyone welcome. UteeWhimsy Wtrtitnt recehtl tht orifiintl -rot hgjMcfr TOhfagy. SendyqpTt to Ihit oapgr. BINGO Mom, April 30 JACKPOT 56 NOS. "20 AlARM BINGO" Cold Cord Fay Double Door Cards {Many cww c Altai) Regular Cards 2Se or 5 for St. and 'A' N. No cbiWfwi IODE faltering on own traditions By JEAN SHARP CP Women's Editor TORONTO (CP) The State of health of the IODE depends on where you are. Its president, Mrs. K. J. C. Dean, of Tororito, acknowl- edges that in several prov- inces it threatens to founder in its own traditions, faced with welfare state attitudes and volunteers looking for in- stant results. But in the Maritimes, the Imperial Order, Daughters of the Empire isattracting young members who are into with-it activities such as day care, pollution and safety edu- cation, self-help projects with Indian reserves. In Ontario members are also working with Indians, and are startling people who think old orders never change by manning VD information centres. Mrs. Dean, the youngest president in the order's his- tory, says the national office is also struggling to find ways to loosen a rigid, traditional administrative structure. The order's membership has slipped in 10 years from about to plus 750 members in teen-age junior chapters. Mrs. Dean says she believes the reasons lie both inside and outside the organization. Much of the lODE's energy goes into raising nearly million a year. For years, much of it went overseas, in one form or another, to other Commonwealth countries or to countries such as Korea to alleviate suffering in the aft- ermath of war or natural dis- asters. The IODE has maintained scholarship funds. In recent years, the national office has supplied 15 incuba- tors to northern nursing sta- tions, and they now are trying to get toys and craft materi- als to patients in the North. Mrs. Dean said welfare state citizens say: "Why "When we supplied the incu- bators, some members and others said, 'Why supply them? Let the government do it.' But you can't wait. "There seems to be an apa- thy because of the welfare state. People say, 'Is there any reed? Our education peo- ple say, 'Is there any need to supply scholarships with all the helo the students are get- But I think that bit of money can sometimes make the difference between whether a student stays with it or drops out." PACIFIC car wash >eople FREI EXTERIOR WASH with gasoline purchase of 5 or more (Exterior wash with gasoline purchase of 5 gallons or less) Complete interior and exterior wash with 15 gallon purchase with 10-15 gallon purchase with 5-10 gallon purchase 42.50 wish 3-5 goiloti purchase 52.75 with no gasoline purcSosft SUPERSONIC CAR WASH 1819 -3 Ave. S. I We hoooraJl credit cards I approved by dealer I before purchase I cemmercto) credit Mrs. Dean said she thinks the remoteness of some of the lODE's work also puts people off today. "The members have worked as hard as any other group, but one-third of the results went outside the country, and some into scholarships. This is not one-to-one work. Today people want to see what they're doing. "I think women are busy and do their volunteer work today. They want to go out and forget about the damn thing until next week. They don't want to go to meetings." "I'm convinced what we do is important. I'm also con- vinced we're a group of women willing to step in and do a job, a tremendous volun- teer force. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "Would you believe that I was held captive in distillery and used as a guinea SEE THE AMAZING 4-WAY VORWERK The cleaner that will revolutionize house cleaning FAIRFIELD APPLIANCE SERVICES LTD. 1244 3rd AYE. S. PHONE 327-6070 PIECE PLACE SETTING SALE Limited time offer ONEIDA'DELUXE STAINLESS 5-PIECE PLACE SETTING 1 each of Teaspoon, Dessert Spoon, Fork, Salad Fork, Hollow Handle Knife. REGULAR VALUE Just soy "Charge It" Open a Convenient Hoyfs Charge Account! 606-608 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5767 PIECE PLACE Limited time offer SILVERPLATE 5-PIECE PLACE SETTING 1 each of Teaspoon, Dessert Spoon, Fork, Salad Fork, Hollow Handle REGULAR VALUE E-siecetfacesrtfingln Gold Plsis. 42J.S9. Regular value Golden Spanish Crown Golden Artistry Golden Modem Just Open a Convenient Hoyfs Chargt AccounH 606-608 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5767 ;