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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Auguil 23, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 19 catenaa Iff of local happening John and Louise Anderson are holding a coffee party in the committee rooms at Shop- pers World Wednesday from ]0 a.m. to 12 noon. Mr. An- derson is the Social Credit can- didate for Lefhbridge East. The August meeting of the Original Pensioners and Se- nior Citizen's Society will be held in the Civic Sports Cen- tre, Gym 2 at 7 p.m. Plans for a Walerton trip will be fi- nalized. Bus to leave the Civic Sports Ccnlre at 8 a.m., Tues. Aug. 31. Tickets will be aval" able at the meeting. Those wishing to g o may phone 3211 2023 for bus reservations. Cof- fee will ho furnished at the camp kitchen. Each person is to provide his own lunch or if may be purchased at one of the resort restaurants. Lunch will be served and bingo play- ed at the meeting August 25. love 25... being able to tell each other everything. Love h booklets Due to customs difficulties, and monetary exchange, readers are asked to send re- quesls for the 'Love Is' car- toon booklet directly to Love Is Book Lellibridge Her- ald, P.O. Box 1111, Los An- geles California 90053. Cost of booklet is 60 cents in U.S. currency. Those readers who have sent in reca-ests to The Her- ald will have money refund- ed and are thanked for their interest in this feature. The booklets are now printed and available- S-T-R-E-K-H SEW FABRICS LEARN S-TR-E-T-C-H SEWlm Fobrjci offers you o whole new concept in sewing. Their exclusive knil fab- rics fil you more comforl- ably convenlional fabrics, because iney slrekh when you do. They lasl longrr, loo, because ihc S-T-R-E-T-CH SEWtm securely to reduce chances of splilling or leariny. Visil S-T-R-E-T-C-H SEWlm Fabrics today and discov- er how cosy and economi- cal it is to be your own designer. RED DOT SALE CoMon J-shirl and poly- ester material. 20% CLASSES BEGIN WED. SEPT. 1st ENROLL NOW S-T-R-E-T-C-H a SEW Fabrics MAKING ROADS SAFE These roadways in suburban Montreal show roadside hazards. Al top, a disfracfing Island of poles has been leff after consfrucfion of a new road. Below, on Lakeshore drive in Dorval Que., a stretch of ot least 10 miles all hydro and telephone poles as well as fire hydrants are on the road instead of beyond roadside. These pictures were laken by the Canada Conference of Young Drivers. Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: My sislcr had an operation for gallstones three weeks ago. The surgeon did a bad job and she had to be opened up again a week later. After the sec- ond operation she developed an infection and nearly died Three days ago she regained consciousness and shows signs that she might get well. The family wants to sue the sur- geon. How do we go about Buffalo, N.Y. DEAR BUFF: Contact Ihe County Medical Society. They will review the case. The second operation may or may not have been due lo what you call a "bad job." If your sis- ter survives, the evidence favors the surgeon DEAR ANN LANDERS: I've got a word for the lady in Shaker Heights who became very upset because her friend kept bragging to everyone that her daughter Rosalie was engaged to a doctor. When the news got out that the doc- tor was "only a dentist" Shaker Heights popped a gusset. Please tell Mrs. Shaker Heights that Rosalie's mother has nothing to worry about. I received my dentist's bill this morn- ing and a living he'll make. Superior, Wise. DEAR SUPERIOR: And why shouldn't he? lie's entitled. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'd like to ask Pittsburgh Reader who is uptight because his secretary calls him by his first name, what does he call her? I am a mature woman and a college graduate who works as a secretary. Most of the men in this office call all women by their first names. Some even refer to their secretaries as "the girl." Any man who dislikes being called by his first name can easily prevent it by calling his secretary by her last name. -Call Ma Mrs. DEAR MBS.: I checked with several secretaries of execu- tives in Chicago and only one secretary felt as you do. The overwhelming majority preferred to he called by their first names, even though they would not call the boss by his. BINGO RAINBOW HALL 1W1 5lh Ave- N- TUESDAY, AUGUST 24lh at 8 p.m. 1st Jackpot 570 in 56 Nos., 2nd Jackpol in 58 Noi. Free and Games, 25t per Card, 5 Cards SI.00 3 Free Games Door Prize No Children Under 16 Years Sponsored By A.U U.C. Association I A FORUM ABOUT MATURE WOMEN Dear Margaret Brookflcld: My husband and I are both 4B years old. We have a son almost 19 who's ready lo enter college next fall. Also a pre- cious baby Rirl just 15 months old. My problem is I work- ed as a secretary for many year's before our marriage and (her Jw 12 years between hav- ing my two children. As a re- sult, I find it very tiring and depressing to stay home all the time and take care of a house and baby. When I was working I used my time more efficiently. Now all kinds of things seem to get me down. In addition, my husband has an aged mother who lives about 80 miles from here and he must often go to see her and do her various chores while fm home alone with the baby and the housework. We once had a very happy mar- riage, but for the past few years we've been having se- rious and lasting arguments. I'd appreciate any advice you might have. E. Pittsburgh, Pa. Dear E. L.: Now that your daughter is no longer an infant, why not consider a happier combina- tion of outside employment and motherhood? Reliable secretarial skills are always in demand, so you shouldn't have loo much trouble finding part- time work. And even if most o[ your earnings must go to pay for a responsible house- just getting you out of tlin house every day and back in circulation could help your morale and your marriage, too. On the beach On the beach hairstyles can be a preparation for your evening look Those with short curly Locks who want a some- what straighter look for the evening should comb the hair while still wet in the opposite direction from which it is us- ually worn. Those wiLh long, straight hair, looking for a ro- mantic wavy look for the eve- ning should tie Uia hair in a pony tail on tie top of the head and put in several rollers or clips to hold the curls in Dlacc. UKRAINIAN GREEK-ORTHODOX CHURCH BASEMENT Cor. 13lh Slreel and 71 h Avenue N. PUBLIC BINGO EVERY TUESDAY p.m. DOOR PRIZE FREE CARDS FREE GAMES BINGO CARDS 25c EACH 5 CARDS 00 BLACKOUT in 55 Numbers or less (Jackpot Increases S5 Weekly) BLACKOUT JACKPOT in 49 numbers or less Two seven numberi or less Jackpot each Sorry No person under 16 years of age ollowed -.rant6 sr% ;