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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers INDIAN DAYS AT DAY CAMP-The final sessions of the Lethbridge Community Summer program are drawing to a close as school is only two weeks away. Day camps have been popular with Lethbridge children and this one on an Indian theme was held at Indian Battle Park, home of the last great Indian battle. Sponsors of the program have been the city's parks and recreation department, YWCA, Family Y, and LCC. (Calendar 0/ oCocat\J4appenincjt Hi Neighbor Old Time Dance Club will dance Saturday at the home of A. Croteau 228 1st Ave. N.W. Milk River, beginning at 8 p.m. Everyone welcome. Women requested to please bring a box lunch. * *  Christian Business and Professional Women's Club will meet Monday at 6:30 p.m. at Ericksen's Family Restaurant Reservations should be made with Miss S'usan Enns at 345- 3426 by Saturday. * * * Southminster Circle Square Dance Club has cancelled August monthly square dance. Pensioners Visit 'Hat Members of the Original Pensioners and Senior Citizens Organization recently traveled to Medicine Hat where they were entertained by the matron and staff of Medicine Hat senior citizen lodges. While in Medicine Hat, members toured various industries as well as the historical museum. Starting dance in September will be announced at a later date.  *  The Board of Directors of the Lethbridge and District Oldtimers' Pemmican Club will meet in the club rooms on 9tb Street S., at 8 p.m., Monday. Planning me annual club picnic will be the main subject on the agenda. Other club members are welcome to attend. Home Tips Turkey and chicken are low in fat and high in protein - a point for weight watchers bo bear in mind, says the Poultry Products Institute. * *  When buying chicken, aiUow approximately 1 pound raw for each cup of cooked chopped Chicken called for in sandwich or salad recipes, says the Poultry Products Institute. For speedy cooking use a pressure cooker and follow the manufacturer's directions. Chicken breasts or thighs are convenient to use when a small quantity of cooked meat is required and wiM pressure cook in 15 to 20 minutes. r TOP TEN MAIL ORDERS) Tick off the selections you want and send to us. You'll receive your records for only $1.00 each. Please Add 15c Postage on Orders $4 and under, t ] 1. HAND ME DOWN WORLD-Guess Who [ ] 2. INDIANA WANTS ME-Dean Taylor [ ] 3. CLOSE TO YOU-Carpenters [ ] 4. SPILL THE WINE-Eric Burdon & War [ ] 5. AS YEARS GO BY-Mashmakhan [ ] 6. SILVER BIRD-Mark Lindsay [ ] 7. HIGHER AND HIGHER-Canada Goose [ ] 8. OOH CHILD-5 Stairsteps [ ] 9. LIGHTS OF TUCSON-Jim Campbell [ ] 10. WE'LL HAVE IT SOMEDAY-COPESETIC MAGAFUS (Lethbridge's Own) COMING EVENTS IRISH in concert" EXHIBITION PAVILION Thurs., August 13th Tickets Available at Leisters WE ARE NOW STOCKING 8 TRACK PRE-RECORDED CARTRIDGE TAPES PICK UP YOUR COPY WOODSTOCK ALBUM L LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDG., LETHBRIDGE NAME................................... ADDRESS ................................ Students Tackle Old Age Problems SANTA CRUZ, Calif. (AP) - Patty Nelson is the prime mover of the "Spring and Autumn Alliance," a program that has put 50 college students into personal contact with elderly persons. "It's like going into a library full of amazing, living books," the blonde co-ed says of the students' visits to retirement and rest homes. "It brings wisdom for us, and enthusiasm for them." When the 19-year-old junior came to the University of California's Santa Cruz campus, from Banning, Calif., two years ago, she was haunted by the faces of lonely old people in markets and on. the streets. She asked the college provost, Dr. Page Smith, whether she could study the problems of old age. Dr. Smith sponsored her and Patty, a literature major, tackled a local retirement hotel first. THOUGHT SHE WAS HIPPIE "Everyone stared at me," she recalled. "They thought I was just another hippie, I guess." One old man, she said, refused to talk to her for some time. He finally gave her a list of the things he didn't like about young people. "I got to him by going to church with him," she said. "We're good friends now." Some of the students carried guitars on their visits. "We dug up some old songs. The response was electrifying, they'll just be sitting there, staring into space, but the eyes light up when you go into Shine' On, Harvest Incapable Mother LONDON (AP) -"Good girls make bad mothers," was the theme of Dr. Thomas Main's lecture to a medical association. Main claims that a "too good" girl is generally unable to do anything without instruction. "When her baby cries, she screams back, 'Tell me what you want.' " He went on to say that such a mother may beat her child out of sheer frustration. WARTS AN HERBAL REMEDY Unsightly WARTS on hands, face, feet, permanently removed within 3 to S weeks with DEIGHTON'S WART REMOVER. Not an acid, harmless to healthy skin. Stubb's Pharmacy Ltd., and T. Eaton Company Drug Department. Moon or My Wild Irish Rose." This fall Patty plans to expand the program and increase her study of the elderly. "Now," she says, "I can't imagine meeting an older person who would bore me." DEAR ANN LANDERS: Herbert considers himself a good husband. I'll let you decide. He hands over his paycheck and doesn't say too much unless I overspend, which I rarely do. He works hard and I know it. When he comes home at night he eats (with the newspaper propped in front of him), then goes straight to bed after supper. This goes on all week. Sunday comes along and Herbert needs "a day to himself." This mean going to his father's house and drinking beer until he gets so stiff he can't see to drive home. I have to go get him. When I complain he says he must spend as much time as he can with his father because the old man won't be around forever. (The "old man" is 54.) My question is this: How can I get Herbert to let me in in on his activities? -Married Widow Dear Married: What activities do you want to be let in on? Drinking beer with his father? I suggest you use your imagination, Toots, and come up with something the two of you can do-unrelated to his family. If you invited another couple or two to dinner at your home, Herbert would stay up, wouldn't he? There must be some community activities you can enjoy together. Ever hear of ball games, concerts, movies, bowling, golf, fishing, picnicking, bicycling-the list is endless. Get with it, girl. Herbert's father might be with him a lot longer than you if you don't pump some life into that dull, dull marriage. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I have read your column for years and your concepts of morality and sexual behavior seem to be getting more antiquated and out-of-date every time I pick up the paper. Please state the quality of your credentials. What gives you the right to impose you medieval code of morality on millions of people? Who gave you a licence to inject your creaking views on everybody who happens to read? You show up just about everywhere the English language is spoken. What in your background gives you the right to push your views on people? Who appointed you guardian of the world's morals? -Morris, Minnesota Dear Morris: I wasn't aware that "background" and "credentials" gave anyone the right to push his views on people. I have been neither annointed nor appointed. I express my opinions on a variety of subjects when I am asked to do so. Many of the answers that appear in the column are the end product of consultations with the best brains in the country. I am aware of the awesome responsibility of giving advice and I do my best to be fair, direct and correct. When I find I have erred, I admit it. Do you? liil fiy-;'",',/ DOWN TO THE DEPTHS-Sixteen lifeguards of the Lethbridge Parks and Recreation plus two members of the Lethbridge Diving Club entertained about 900 spectators at the Henderson Lake Pool this week. Elizabeth Walker and Jack Clack provided a bit of comedy with their "refreshing" routine. The swim show is an annual presentation of the parks department. 3n ^4nd Out Of % own Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Go win entertained at a dinner party for Mrs. Lottie Larsen of Spanish Fork, Utah, who has been visiting in Lethbridge for the past month. She has been the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. Gowin, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Depew of Raymond and other relatives. Learn First Aid ENROLL IN THE ST. JOHN AMBULANCE FIRST AID COURSE AUGUST 10th to 25th Classes Monday - Tuesday and Thursday at 8:00 p.m. At the Red Cross rooms 12th St. and 7th Ave. South Pre-Register with St. John Ambulance at 1201 3rd Ave. S. or Phone 327-7777. Evenings 327-5193. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "Now that's what I mean right there!... I could never leave him because he's just toe terribly exciting to give up." CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HALL-Cor. 13th St. and 6th Ave. N. FRIDAY, AUGUST 7th-8 O'CLOCK BLACKOUT JACKPOT $115 - 55 NUMBERS 4th and 8th Games $30 in 7 NUMBERS-12th Game $40 LUCKY DRAW $16 5 CARDS FOR $1.00 OR 25c EACH Persons Under 16 Years Not Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB Weekend Specials! CORN the COB LOCAL.............dozen 75 POTATOES LOCAL .. HIPS of BEEF Red or Blue Brand Beef Cut and Wrapped for your freezer .......... lb. SIDE BACON LAZY MAPLE OR APPLEWOOD Q fc' Mb. WW NIBLETS CORN GREEN GIANT 12-oz. tins 2 49 WAGON WHEELS WESTONS 12s pkgs. 2 99 McGAVIN'S BUNS HOT DOG OR HAMBURGER .................... dozen 39 ICE CREAM ALBERTA GOLD 3-pint carton .. CANNED POP con 10-oz. tins 12 1 .00 MIRACLE WHIP SALAD DRESSING KRAFT..........32-oz. jar PHONE 328-1751 FOR FREE DELIVERY \7alue*Vmage ;