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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta famil y Injured jockey weds in hospital Ann Land ers VANCOUVER (CP) It was a wedding with a wrinkle bride was attractive and the groom was in traction, Tlie ceremony took place Saturday in St. Paul's hospital for Jockey John Maloney, 'II, and his 21-year-old bride, Patsy Lynne Bailey. Maloney was injured in a workout at Exhibition Park July 10, and since the date had already been set, one ot his nurses suggested the wed- ding be held in hospital. "11. was a funny feeling to go (o your wedding without your pants said Maloney. "Before they look me to the chapel, they gave me some pills to relax me and case any pain of being moved in the bed. "The y knocked me right out and I didr't wake up until I U2S in [he chapel and Hie wedding was about to start Following the ceremony, Maloney helped wheel her husband's bed into the hospital cafeteria for the re- ception, complete with 35 guests. "My wedding day was a big he said, "but the big- gest day for me will be the day I get out of here." JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday Evening, Aug. 26th STARTS P.M. SHARP-PARISH HALL CORNER 12th STREET B AND 71 h AVENUE NORTH Jackpot Slarts ol and is Won Every Thursday 5th-7 No. Jackpot Pot o' Gold 25c PER CARD OR 5 FOR SI.00 ALSO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZE Persons under 16 years not allowed Sponsored by Ladies' Aid of Si. Peler and St. Paul's Church DEAR ANN: Tlic frequent use of neighbors' driveways by families who own more than one car is a problem in most cities. In this case it is also a health hazard. I dread owning windons in nice ucathcr because of two brothers live across tbo slreet. They use our driveway as a temporary parking spot for a running car while they drive the second ear out of their driveway. Our entire living dining area is filled periodically wilh exhaust fumes. We are frequently awakened at and a.m. when tho unemployed brother comes home and moves the working brother's car from their driveway into ours, leaves his broth er's car motor running, reliuns to his car and drives it into our driveway, revs the motor and parks it in the family drive for lirothcr's morning use. Slamming of car doors, roar ol motor, plus exhaust fumes combine to make us furious, are working people who need our rest. Please do not reveal the origin o[ this letter since we don'l want an open confrontation. It would only make matters Victims. DEAR AiVON: Haven't you spoken to your neighbors about this? If not. you should do so at once. Perhaps they need onlj to be told. If you HAVE spoken to them and they liave ignored the complaint, it is then a matter for the law. Your driveway is not public property. Your neighbors could be arresled for trespassing. Furthermore, it is illegal to leave a car unattended with the engine running. DEAR ANN: Our son married a nice girl recently. When ever we visit them her family over and it's yakely yakely yak about the trips they have taken and they always have three dozen snapshots "handy." When Hiey finish with the tips, they start name-dropping. It's enough to turn your stomach. What's the Fried Ears DEAR FRIEND i Tell your daughter-in-law you enjoy visil the four of you. Say that if she invites her parents to please exclude when she invites you to please exclude them. Blunt? Yes, but il's the honest approach and the onlj one that will work. JM. hi LADIES' axine s WEAR AUG. 27th through SEPT. 3rd ONE WEEK ONLY Our first year in business has been very successful, thanks to you our many wonderful friends and customers. To celebrate we're offering special values plus a Free Draw. Be sure to be on hand. ONE RACK OF DRESSES The very newest styles Anniversary Sale Price ONE RACK OF PANT SUITS A beautiful selection at a real saving Price ONE RACK OF LOUNGE WEAR AND PATIO WEAR ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL Price Be sure to enter your name for our FREE Anniversary Draw TWO PANT SUITS by KORET of California Valued at 40.00 each DRAW WILL BE MADE SEPT. 3rd Our exciting new fall stock is in. We invite you to drop in and view it .We're sure you'll love whaf you see. ax me s LADIES' WEAR 314 7th Strret S. Phone 327-2331 OPEN THURSDAYS UNTIL 9 P.M. CHARGUX tllTITTIIlITMMIItTfTT Homemaker By Elizabeth Bartman 'Twas (lie same pictnre sixt years ago I "With changing industria and economic conditions, th home, the unit of society wa falling to meet the needs of be t e r citizenship. Disintegrate of the family was seen on cry side. There was frighlfu waste of human efficiency, credited to Mrs. Ellen H. Rich ards: Her delation to the Lak Placid Conference in Horn Economics, 1911. S'ne maintain ed that liome economics stand for: "The simplicity in mate rial surroundings which wil free (he spirit for the more im portant and permanent inter ests of the home and of so ciely." It has heen my observation and experience thai the homi is an unique institution wher< the physical and social sci ences meet. Lack of success i over the years can only be ex j plained by the lag in stressing the spiritual principle of life. Clothing tlm children is an important job for mother. Her influence here establishes Ihe values of the rest of the fam ily. She sets the attitude to- wards cleanliness and upkeep of clothing, quality, color co- ordination and good grooming Mother establishes the habits of the children which they car- ry through the years. CanacVj Standard sizing in children's clothing lias been in- vented with mothers specifical ly in mind. They need to buy their children's clothing on the basis o[ the children's body measurements. Our office has brochures to explain how this .system works. One's here for you, if you wish it. Care labelling Is another sys- lem designed for service and convenience. It's well to real- ize that the care symbols re- late only to color fastness and dime nsional stability. Since some types of garment con- slruclion affect shrinkage there is a responsibility of the manufacturer. One manufac- turer already has color-coded caie labels on their Wear- Baled garments. So: Read the label Keep the label Follow instructions. Jiiiviitg sliucs tin- children can be disturbing experience for parents because there is so K'.lle information as to how lo do so. Hut you can ask me for a copy of Ihe fact sheet, "Buy- ing Children's Shoes." Here are some of (he ideas from it: Examine the shoes your chil- dren arc wearing for .signs of being loo small. If Ihc lining on (be inside of the toe is worn, 111 is indicates lhat Ihe shoes are loo short. Also, Ihc scuffed mark on the area of Ihc big loo shows how close Ihe toe is lo the end of Ihe shoe. Proper support for Ihe sup- ple hones of children's feet is highly important. To this end, and S cyelels o.xford lype shoes are superior lo slip-on shoes, which must ho filled lighter, or the '2 or II cyelels oxford which has less suppoil. Wearing slippers at school like wise pives litllc snpjxirl. I There's more good iiifornin- linn in lhaf fact sheet about I how lo buy children's shoes. Thunduy, August 26, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 9 er Karnival slated for Oct. 8 "Help us lo otlwis" is the Iheme of the Koppfr Karni- val Ihc Sir Alexander Gait Chapter IODE will hold in the College Hall on October For ;i mere penny, everyone can lake a chance on one of the muny valuable prizes fsome treasured antiques which are being offered by the chapter. The IODE is a national Ca- nadian women's organization with a dedication to patriotism, sv calendar local nappeninqt The LA tr FOE will hold its annual corn roast toniphl at 7 p.m. at the home of Si.sier Rose 423 1311) St. N. Members are asked to please bring their own chairs and cups. education and philanthropy, i This past year the Sir Alexan- der CJ'ilt raised over 5300 which was in part, I'scd to pur- cha.SL' draperies for Ihe Sir Alexander Gait Museum. A. portion of Ihis amount uas set' side lo send a handicapped child to camp. The chapter also contributes lo two mathematics and one music bursary at (lie Lfniver- sily of Lethbridge, and distri- butes calendars throughout tlje schools. One of the most inieresting projects the IODE engages in is welcoming irn migrants ;.ixl assisting them in getting ad- justed when it is needed. Id- eally the Sir Alexander Calf chapkT along wilh the olhcr two chapters the Major Jack Ross Chapter and Ihe Dr. F. It. Newburn OBE Chapter ar- ranges citizenship receptions for new Canadians. AM chapters arc actively in- volved in helping r'riejulship Centres. Ihc aged, the needy and indigent. The many ac- complishments of this lion could only be by Ihe dedication and loyally of its members through 71 years of service to the country. Food not wasted JOHANNESBURG 'AP) Ntombi Nkosi waited at the South African church for 12 hours on the day scheduled for her wedding. The man she was to marry, Meshack Mota, never showed up, but Miss and the had the wedding feast anyway. WORLD OF SHOES 3I7A SIXTH STREET SOUTH___' Here are five napkin have had And five why you to now. Traditional: ConfideU; IThe traditional napkin is rectangu- lar shaped, loo wide in the middle to fit properly. That means bunch- ing and folding over. The Confidet is a tapered napkin, narrower across the centre.That means a snug, comfortable lit. 2Confidets are thicker through the middle. That means extra absorb- ency. Tradilional napkins are flat, the same thickness all over. So how can they be really effeclive? Yet Con- fidets aren't bulky, because they get slimmer towards the ends, see? One more thing, Confidets have a special inner layer of plastic that's bonded in place so it positively can't slip. That means extra security. 3 The covering of traditional napkins is soft. But soft and flimsy. That means the material will rip apart when attached to a sanilary belt. Con- fidets combine a strong with a soft, finely textured outer layer. You get end tabs that don't shred. They fasten securely and stay fastened. 4 Traditional napkin packages have perforated openings that tear un- evenly and break fingernails. Con- fidels have a convenient tearstrip. Just lilt up the tab, and rip! Its that simple. Traditional napkin boxes don't close properly once they ve been opened. That means exposing new napkins lo dust and dirl. Confidets have a re- closable lid. Take oul one napkin, then close up the package tight, till next lime. 5Traditional napkins come in "regu- lar" and "super" absorbencies. If you have a heavier flow al the start of your period, you should really have both on hand. You needn't bother. Con- fidels are both. You gel Ihe absorbency of a super pad and the Inmness of a regular, all in one napkin. Confidelr: the napkin that ;