Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
Millinery fashions Close-fiHing and fake for hats were popular items at the recent design showings at the Millinery Institute of America's fall presentations. Top is a black ond white fake and two-tone rust colored turban style by Betmcir. grey felt hat with- rust also a real fox with matching boa by Irene of New York. Ann Landers DEAR ANN Since you pull no punches and deal with every conceivable aspect of human I hope you will print this letter as a -warning to others. Yesterday I picked up a neatly dressed young lad who was thumbing a ride at a busy intersection. He appeared to be about 15 years old. Two minutes after he got into the car he you don't give me a couple- of dollars I'll make a scene at the next intersection and swear you tried to molest I'm a prominent man in this city and I can't afford any so I gave the kid DEAR Most of your medical consultants are men. I'D bet on it. So how can they understand a woman's sexual feelings lack of af- ter No matter how good a physician is at surgery or a male simply cannot fully compre- hend what happens to a wo- man's sexual appetite after she has gone through the men- opause or had a hysterec- tomy. It makes me furious when I read comments from physi- cians who insist a woman should be as good as ever said after she has experienced the change of life or had her reproductive organs removed. What do THEY Faithful Wis- consin Reader DEAR Your as- sumption that the only way a person can know anything is by experiencing it first- DEAR ANN Why is it that when you tell someone you are a barmaid they look at you as if you had am a I enjoy my job very get an hour bass pay and work from 40 to 48 hours a week. I average anywhere from to a week in tips. Of course there are draw- backs. I'm on my feet eight hours at a stretch and I must work every including holidays. I get no fringe ben- efits such as vacation pay and insurance. I have to put up with a tot of block their passes tactfully they don't get listen to their troubles and settle their dumb arguments. I was educated in two dollars and let him out at the next stop light. I told my story to friends at lunch this afternoon and one of them had the identical ex- perience just last week. Please pass the Ann. Thumbs down on hitch-hikers. Name In Cleveland DEAR I've been pass- ing that word for a long tune. And now I'd like to pass another word. So long as peo- ple like you knuckle under and allow yourselves to be shaken this sort of rac- ket will flourish. Every per- son who comes across with few makes the game juicier. You should have told that little creep to get lost. hand is fallacious. A gynecologist who has treated hundreds of women is in- finitely more knowledgable on this subject than one lone female who has only her own experience to go by. The best of are the women them- selves not just ONE wo- large numbers. This is where the doctors get their information. Every gynecolo- gist I have consulted says a woman's sex life should NOT be less interesting after menopause or a hysterecto- my. In some medica- tion is needed to replace the lost estrogen. Her doctor can determine whether or not she needs this replacement. The woman who says she lost all interest in sex after menopause or surgery prob- ably didn't have much inter- est in it before. speak three languages take dictation and can use office equipment. But when I held a so-called I couldn't clear more than a week after deductions. This meant I had to share an drive an old car and wear tacky clothes. Now I live in a beautiful duplex alone drive a new have a good ward- give generously to charity and help support my widowed mother. My oriy is What do I say to people who give me the fish-eye when I tell them I'm a Un- duly Sensitive DEAR Why say any- Simply return the fish- eye and go on counting your tip honey. f local ha ppenng The Lethbridge YMCA wUl sponsor another session of Kids' Town starting August 1 through 17 for children ages six to 12 years. The sessions will be held Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Included will be a campout for all age groups. For further inter- ested persons are asked to'call The Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens Ladies' Auso affiliated with the pro- vincial and national pensioners and senior wiU meet Friday at 2 p.m. in the civic centre. Picnic plans will be fi- nalized as well as plans for the national convention announced. Bingo and lunch will follow the business meeting. All members CORNER 6th AVENUE AND 13th STREET SOUTH 9 IM R PRIZES August 1st High Rise Bicycle August 2nd Argus Movie Camera August 3rd Electric Road Race Set August 4th Ronson Electric Patisserie plus 7 Piece Cookware Set GRAND PRIZE SIDE OF CANADA GRADE A BEEF to be druwn August 18th TO Put your name and address on the reverse side of your register tape and drop them in the barrel. ALL ENTRIES ELIGIBLE FOR ALL PRIZES. cash King Size Tide Apple Juice Coffee Margarine Strawberry Jam Sunrype Blue Label I or Red Label.....48 01. Nabob West.................3 Ib. pkg. 24.00 for I Nabob Pure 2 Ib. tin 0 1 10 Case of 0 OO 6 quarts... I' Deposit 12 quarts.. A.A7 Deposit POTATO CHIPS ow DU.H Tri for89c BEANS WITH PORK llbbvi u for 79c PIE FILLER for 1.00 PIE FILLER Sunrype Applo..................... 19 01. 3 for I COOKING OIL West...................................32 oz 59c CANNED POP CoH Case of 24 2.29 Plus Deposit BATHROOM TISSUE Purex _ white................ 4 69c KLEENEX Economy Size 3 for 1 FROZEN FOODS StrawberriesFrflser Vale Fish and Chips Palm Gallons Assorted 2 1 M alue'Village HAMBURGER AND WIENER Buns Apple Pie Loaf Cakes CHUCKS OF BEEF Cut and wrapped for your freezer. 60 80 Ib average...............Ib. 75 Turkeys Game Hens vruumiei eatn Wieners Sausage Cottage Rolls Alberta Gold 1 Ib. pkg. Gainers Beef and Pork Large Casings................S Ib. box Maple Leaf Ib. APRICOTS 3 approx. 14-lb. case B.C..... Bananas Thompson Seedless or Red Cardinal Watermelon Cucumbers Tomatoes We Reserve the right to limit quantities.