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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Auguil 21, 1972 THE UTHBRIDG! HERAID 13 Ann Landers UEAIl ANN LANDKHS: As a practicing radiologist I toko exception to your statement (which is also llic positiuii of somo physicians) that proper .support for the hrcasts (a yood bras- siere) will minimize sagging. During the past y a commercial prinling firm, Four hours later, she is on icr way back to Eastport with the finished product, ready for addressing and mailing for hundreds of little communities on both sides of the bonier. 'We have not encountered any difficulties in having paper on both sides of the bor- she said. "Postage is higher in Canada, of course, hiit the customs officials have been most cooperative." She has enjoyed I lie work she's put into The Tides and is looking forward to learning more. "It is fascinating, Interview- ing people, reading, getting j advertising, delivering I to the ncwslnr.ds and giving j people a sense of rccogni she said. Now she is busy running Kerry's Kitchen which caters lo picknickers. "We always had picnics at she recoiled. "And when we came here last sum- mer I just looked around and S.T.V all these marvellous parks ar.d I couldn't believe no one made picnics. "Tom and I just fiddled around with the idea all win- ter." The idea grew arid Kerry's Kitchen opened in mid-June with expectations of continu- ing throughout the Shaw Fes- tival into September. STKKTCI! OUT SEASON Kerry plans lo limit it to a summer business this year hut she may stretch out her season next year. While the nightmare of hundreds of customers de- scending on her for picnic bags hasn't happened, "things are going fine" and as Kerry puts it, "we are equipped to do quite a lot." There were some growing pains before the season started. "I was going to do the cook- ing here at home hut the health department said I hac 'an uncontrolled kitchen. That means I have she said. So she looked around ant found the place she wanted in the basement of a fire hall on the main street. Now she has plans to move her place of business up to street level so that customers can see her products. There were other troubles. NEW TO BUSINESS "I realized I was so new to business I didn't even kjiow how billing was done. Tilings began arriving at the house in thousands. "f ordered Cornish game hens from a company but at first they didn't want to split Uiem (or me. 1 had visions of sph'tting hundreds of hens but the man finally relented and agreed to break the rule. "I hadn't even thought bout costing the menus until Torn made me sit down in Uia :iclhen and figure out the cost of food, the cost for day care or my cliildren, my supplies and even things like the plumber's bill for installing :he sink." Once she had Ihe details out she had handbills rinted and bicycled about town istribuling them. she as mainly looking forward tu CElival visitors as customers, he had the forethought to dis- rihute her handbills to yacht luhs. :.ow boaters sail over from Toronto and order their picnic bags before they return. SEHVFS TWO Each picnic bag serves two adults and comes complete with napldns and utensils. The "posh" picnic has cold soup, fresh bread, home-made pate, cheese, cold Cornish hens, marinated vegetables, chocolate mousse, fresh fruits and lemonade at a cost of Monday, Aug. 21 JACKPOT 54 NOS. "20 AtARM BINGO" Gold Card Pay Double Door Prize-FieB Cardj (Many other extras) Regular Cards 25c or 5 for 51 13th SI. and 6lh 'A1 N No children under 16 ollowec DRY CLEANING P PER IB. Minimum per order Fall registrations for all I.cthbridge Family Y programs will held from p.m. daily [or commencing Thursday. Southland Nursing home will htikl a tea and bake sale from 2-1 p.m. Thursday. Everyone welcome. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. MARSE-IOIHSE OF UMMER 'e Balance of SUMMER HATS NOW PRICE TABLES of HATS Your Choice, each MARIE-LOU MILLINERY 504 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-2965 BINGO RAINBOW HALL 1101 sih AVC. N. TUESDAY, AUGUST 22nd al B p.m. First Jnckpot in 57 Nos. 2nd JacVpol in S9 Nol. Free and Dames, 25c per Card, 5 Cards 3 Free Gumo Door Priie No children Under 16 Yean Sponsored hy A.U.U.C. Association TUESDAY, AUG. 22nd 8 p.m. QUICK THRIFT BULK COIN-OPERATED BY THE POUND LIE DUCK PHONE 327-2770 Terrific savings just in time for back-to-school. Quality shoes by Buster Brown and Savage. ENTIRE STOCK CLEARING AT Infants' Sizes 5 to 8 Children's Sizes to 12 Misses' Sizes W-Vi to 4 COWBOY BOOTS SALE STARTS TUESDAY 9 a.m. sharp LSONS DOWNTOWN STORE ONLY McFARLAND BIDG ;