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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Feminist stab The dark and handsome smoker gets a stab in the back from liberated lady. The feminist graffiti was discovered re cently on this 'billboard in Minn. Leftovers served to president NEW YORK Mamie Eisenhower was so thrifty she often ordered from the super- market and used leftovers to keep the White House food budget a former staff member says. J. B. who served six presidents as a White House writes of the Eisen- hower years in a new Upstairs at the White House. Excerpts appear in the Au- gust issue of the Ladies' Home Journal. Mrs. Eisenhower went to great lengths to cut West and she kept a strong hand on the food and household budget. morning she pe- rused the looking for bargains in foods and household items. Time after she'd notice some 'spe- cial' in a chain-store and dispatch the storekeeper's truck to the local where a Secret Service man would purchase the desired item listed on As for Mrs. Eis- enhower careful of West discloses. morning she asked for a list of 'food that hadn't been eaten the previous day. 'Three people turned down second servings of cornish hen last she'd remind Charles d' Charles use it in the chicken salad today.' Mrs. Eisenhower had more clothes than any other wife of a U.S. West says. She never was able to throw anything and even kept her wedding dress neatly en- cased in plastic if it might be used Golden MUe Senior Citizen's Centre Monday to Friday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday 1 to 5 Open 1 to 5 p.m. 2 p.m. Potluck supper at p.m. for 45 senior citizens from Montana. Mem- bers are asked to come _and greet the and remind- ed that food donations will be gratefully received. The fall bulletins are now available at the centre. Members who have ordered name tags are asked to contact the centre and pick them up. The centre is now registered as a charitable organization for income tax purposes. and out Tau Beta Sigma Phi recently held a farewell coffee party in honor of Mrs. Roni at the home of Mrs. Barbara Marshalsay. Mrs. Hermanutz is moving to Ed- monton. ii 1 1 in 11 1 1 1 1 i 7111 HIT Our Birthday Gift to you To celebrate our We're offering our new and complete stock at REG. PRICES ONE DAY ONLY 31st Open from 9 a.m. to p.m. DROP IN AND LET'S GET ACQUAINTED AND SAVE ON ANY PURCHASE h 314 7th Street S. H TIIIMIMIT axitoe s MAXINE PROPRIETOR LADIES' WEAR Phone 327-2331 Ann Landers DEAR ANN Sometimes people write to air their grievances. This is why Tin writing. I address my complaint to welfare workers. My husband and I love children. We have a comfortable home and a lot of love to give. .About 15 years ago we spent remodelling so we could take in several foster children. Welfare has given us retard- ed youngsters as well as teen- a ge prostitutes and dope ad- dicts. Our home has been set on money our cat was strangled and our lives threatened. No one ever told us these children weren't normal. My DEAR ANN Today was our son's fourth birthday. I let him invite eight little friends in for ice cream and cake. I asked the mothers not to bring presents. I have strong feelings about over indulged children who are toy crazy. They dont' know what to play with next. I don't want our son to associate friendship with gifts. DEAR ANN My husband and I are in our late forties. He is a profes- sional well and I love him. my sexual de- sires have decreased in e- cent years and his seem to have increased. I have tried to fake it but I am not very good at pretending. I am becoming concerned about his which I think is abnormal. My hus- band has gone in for far-out leather and rubber tfits in a big way. He has spent a small fortune on leath- er gloves and a motorcycle helmet although he doesn't own a motorcycle. Last week he bought a rub- ber storm complete with boots that go clear up to his hips. He wore that out- fit in the house all day Sat- urday. This afternoon he put on that same handed me two lengths of rope and ask- ed me to tie his legs togeth- er and his arms behind his back. I was flabbergasted. He said it would relieve his sexual tensions and he hoped I would co-operate. I told him the whole thing was too freaky for words and I re- fused to do it. What does this bizarre behavior Was I wrong not to He is a fine man and all this leather and rubber stuff plus the clothesline has me complete- husband and I are not psy- chiatrists. We are not com- petent .to deal with children who hear maim and set fires. We realize these children need but is it fair to place them with lay people when the welfare worker knows they should be in an in- Jf this letter evokes some screams around the I screanT away. Sign me Lets 'Keep It Honest DEAR There must be another side to this story one that only a wel- fare worker can tell. When I receive H'l print it. Thank you for writing. Some of the mothers said I was wrong. One mother said I was being unfair to my son. Two mothers ig- nored my request and brought gifts anyway. What Is vour Idaho Falls DEAR I a pplaud your good sense. An orchid to you for your courage to buck the custom. A skunk to those mothers who brought gifts anyway. ly bewildered. Can you ex- plain Concerned DEAR C. I wouldn't even and I urge you to see someone who can. Ask your doctor to recommend a psychiatrist. Make an ap- pointment to discuss your husband's behavior so you can help him. Normal he isn't. Distilled from -Northern gram JACK TO SCHOOL IN BENEFIT SHOES The store with a competent fully experienced trained to fit all feet correctly. For the Teen and College Set New Wild Woolleys 1 New Two tones New Miss Susan new Hush B E N E F I 1 We Stock A Full Selection Of SAVAGE SHOES for JUST For the ultimate in comfort NEW FALL AMALFI'S B E N E F I T S H O E S From Men's Den Shoes By ACTON GALE HUSH PUPPIES BENEFIT SHOES LTD 615 4th S. Phone 327-7300 OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY UNTIL 9 P.M. MONTH-END CLEARANCE PEANUTS blanched or ber-b-qued. 2-lb. bag MR. FREEZE POPS Asst. flavori 36 per pkg. STAR FOOTBALL Official size and weight. Kicking tee incl....... MUG TREE 4 mugs. stand 4 .99 PEE WEE FOOTBALL Vinyl Asst. colors MUG TREE 6 mugs. Wire stand MINI SPORT BICYCLE Training wheels. Red or Lime Green 19 .99 MUG TREE 6 mugs. Wooden stand 5-66 BRENTWOOD RECORD PLAYER Plays all size records. Red-white or blue-white PLAYMATE RADIO AC-DC. Leather case. Carrying handle 19 14 .95 LOOSE LEAF REFILL 250 sheets. Wide or narrow ruled pk. SCRIBBLERS PORTABLE RADIO Solid state. Carrying strap. Earphones Wide or narrow ruled VINYL BINDER Asst. colors. Hard cover 1 .47 LP RECORDS Top names. James Elvis Presley and others PHOTO ALBUM Marble grain cover. 10 self adhesive pages GRAY BLANKET -J.S9 Flannel. Red or blue stripes DESK OR TABLE LAMP Plastic. Asst. .19 MEN'S CANVAS JOGGERS 2.97 __ _ ......__ LADIES' SLIPPERS Fur trimmed. Asst. colors Sizes 5-9 i CHILD'S CANVAS OXFORD .47 White or blue. Sizes 3 1 RED TOOL ASST. TOOLS 100's of kinds. A tool for every need PANTY HOSE One size fits all. Beige and spice colors KNEE HIGH KNEELETS MEN'S HOSE 3 ----fa for MEN'S WORK HOSE Asst. colors. Sizes 9-13 One size fits 9-11. Asst. colors for Pkg. of 3 MEN'S BOXED SHIRT AND TIE SET. Asst. sizes and colors....... 1 .88 BAKERY FEATURE STRAWBERRY SHORT CAKE .00 each or PLASTIC DRAP1S. Asst. colors BOYS' PANTS. asst. colors and sizes. Back to School Clearance GIRLS' SWEATERS Sizes 8-14. acrylic.............. TEENS' DUSTERS. Sizes 8-14. Quilted LADIES' LONG DUSTERS. Sizes S.M.L floral print IADIES' SKI JACKETS. Sizes S.M.L. Asst. colors......... CREDIT PLAN AVAILABLE ;