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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta CASE __ W.dnndoy, LIlHMIDGf HERAID 23 SAVE NOW DURING VALUE VILLAGE'S BACK-TO-SCHOOL GOODS Check the many outstanding values. Buy by the case and save more Apricots 3 S 1.00 2 i LOO Soap Case of 24 7.85 MRS. MILNE'S Peaches 14 oz. lint 3lg L 12 01. tins NABOB Case of 24 11.89 14 oz. 99 JEM QUART SEALERS 1 Dozen Jars Case of 10- 15.69 2.79 WINTER WOOL Paris courlurier Feraud presented this while wool design in his winter 1972 collection. The ensnmble has crossed suspenders in the back, wilh strops on the front. Wide pants ore worn with o red and white polo jumper and matching woolen hal. _______ Ann Landers MRS. MILNE'S Pears 14 oz. tins TJKAR ANN I.ANDERS: I am writing in the hope you will correct an impression which you inadvertently gave your readers regarding Judaism. You said in a column recently, have nevei believed in the Biblical line, 'An eye lor iin eye and a tooth for a loolli.' If everyone practised this philos- ophy we would eventually have a world of hlind ami toothless people." II is regrettable thai this quote Is widely misunderstood hy a great many people, Jews included. "An eye for an eye" literally means that the punishment mast never exceed the crime. This piece of legislation was revolutionary in a time when cruel and inhuman punishment was inflicted upon people who perpetrated minor offenses. Even in enligMoncd England, when a man stole n loaf of bread he was thrown in jail where he often languished until death. So ymi sec. Ann, this precept is actually a relatively com- passionate piece of legislation, thousands of years ahead of it.s lime. Thank you for setting the record straight. --Dr. Jerome Kcstenbanm (Norfolk) DEAR KESTENHAUM: I appreciate your inleipre- lalion of that frequently quoled Iliblical line. Thank 5011 for educating me. DKAM ANN LAN'DISUS: 1 have been married seven years to a swell guy who says he loves me more than anything in the world and him. I have no evidence that he has ever cheated on me. In fact, I would never give it a thought except for one thing. I keep finding names, addresses and telephone numbers in his When I ask him what gives, he says, "Oh that. The guys nl the plant keep offering to fix me up and I don't want In hurt their feelings by telling them I'm not interested." Then lie throws the slips away. What do you make of it? Stie DKAH IFFY: Tell your husband you trust him completely, bill when you find slips of paper in his pockets with names xnd numbers it upsets you and that he should he more con- cerned ftlxiut YOUK feelings Ihrin the feelings of the guys at the plant. JCaLLr Of Jocaf MRS. MILNE'S Apricots 19 oz. tins MRS. MILNE'S Peaches 19 oz. lini Case of 24 7.85 3 i 1.00 Cose of 24 7.85 SCOTTIES ECONOMY SIZE Facial Tissue Case of PALM ASST. FLAVORS ice Cream 1 Gal. Tub 1.99 Case of 36 12.99 CASHMERE Bathroom Tissue 4 roll pkg.............. 55' SUNKIST-PINK OR WHITE Lemonade 6 oz. tins............... 7 i 1.00 Case of 24 3.59 Case of 24 9.99 MRS. MILNE'S Pears 19 oz. tin! 2 85 Case of 24 9.99 O i C Tide KING SIZE Case of 24 11.99 1.99 Revels, Fudgesicles, Creamsicles 10' Case of 8 15.79 Dozen 1.15 IDAHOAN INSTANT Mashed Potatoes 2 Ib tin I Case of 24 9.99 Case of 6 6.45 Dozen 69c 'Volue'Village ROUND STEAK MEATS PHONE 327-5295 r- .09 ROAST BEEF STEWING BEEF i'" Ladies Auxiliary to (he Ori- fcirral Pensioners and Senior Oil will meet on Kritlfiy at the Henderson Lake picnic grounds, weal her The hus will leave p.m.; tho.se lendijif! art: asked lo hrintf lunch. KnlertaitniHOil will Ire provided. In ease of inclement inrt-Uiig will he held in (lyrn 2 of the civic centre. Medicine Hal Minns One Club will hold a Harvest Ball on Sat- urday in (be old Moose Hall, from 9 p.m. to a.m. L and novelties provided. idnvrc Cluh welenme. Tlic Soc- iety wiH hast the Second An- nual International Tropical Hsii Show Sept. 2 Ilirontfh -1, in Hie on I he (1 rourids The show is open lo the pnhlic on Sepl. 2 fliid 3 from ID n.m lo fi p.m. Southland Nursing Home will hold a lea Find hake side on Thursday Morn 2-1 p.m Kvery- onc welcrune. rations (or alt U'llibridtfe Kamily programs will conimenee Tluirsd a y, lo August 31 from 3 to fl p.in, dfltl; Meditation Society will present a program atul lecture on Irjms- utanlal meditation, as hy Mnhai'ishi Mahesh, tanipjit at 8 p.m. in the Ice Centre. Tfie technique lo lie practised i.s ainl can he easily learned anrl enjoyed hy everyone. All wcl- comc to attend Mia TUP I .lack Caldcr nf Row Island, is al present on tour with the International Music ('amp P'uropoon Tonr Hand and Choir. The group has crlcr- lained in Paris, l.nndon. Ams- terdam, Antwerp, Unissols, nncl will complete (heir enjjaRe- mcnt.s in Flome, prictr lo return- ins In ('anatla and I ho I iiHrd SI ales. Mrs Adolf ,Stojke oee Anne Q'jelcli) was honored recently al miscelhmeon.s bridnl show- ers hostessefl hy Mrs. Anrl Davis ami Mrs. Gysherl v a n lice; Mrs. Alfred Degen and Miss Margaret Dcgcn in Medi- ci r e I f ,T t P. n ci M rs. f! Klaus and Mrs. Itouard Klem- 1 1 Ib. I .99' LEG OF PORK PORK CHOPS ,95' PORK ,l79f! We have fresh Alberta Lamb and Veal in Stock PRODUCE Phone 328-1751 alue'Village I J bw BEETS 2 29" GROWN bunchei ZUCHINNI SQUASH '2 29C CABBAGE- 2 TURNIPS-...................2 J9' CORN ON THE COB CAULIFLOWER 10 APPLE PIES EACH CHERRY Layer Cake BAKERY Fhons 327-2424 65 EACH 65 PAN BUNS 40 LOCATiD AT tHE CORNER OF 13th STREET and 6th AVENUE ;