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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta HEY LOOK MOM-With green dots to follow on their right hands, pupils of the Ginger bread House Kindergarten do the Hokey Pokey dance for their parents during a Christ- mas program. Mrs. Jill Kotkas, founder of the kindergarten leads the under-five-year old dancers. ____ love is... when every- thing is "oitrs" in- stead of yours or mine. Bert Suggests For that man on your Christmas List PYJAMAS by ARROW and LORD JEFF A lovely selection of patterns and colors all in perma press easy-care fabrics. SUPPERS Qualify made bv Packard. Several styles fo choose from. Soft comforlablo leathers, priced at MEN'S WEAR LTD. 314 7th Street S. (in the 7 St. Shopping Mall) Phone 327-2232 Ann Lander s DEAK ANN LANDERS: Our teen-age son is determined to have his nose pierced. The newest thing in mod circles is the nasal loop. Eecently he had an ear pierced and now he wears a Billy-Tbe-Kid earring. His hair is quite long, however, so his father hasn't noticed. I have already talked to our clergyman. He said, "There is nothing morally wrong with piercing one's nose. If the boy wants to have it done, let Mm." I then telephoned the school principal. He said, "Don't try to stop him. He might retaliate by doing something which is not only bizarre but destructive." Our family doctor said, "Don't fight it." He'll get tired of the loop after a while and when he removes it, the hole won't show." Our son says you are "right on." We await your re- sponse. Who Nose Best? DEAR WHO: If your son wants a hole in his nose to .match tte one in .his head let him have it. Any kid who would go this far out is obviously frantic for attention. Since his father hasn't noticed that his son is wearing an earring, he probably hasn't noticed that the boy needs pro- fessional help, either. I hope somebody notices before the kid goes so far out he's unreachable. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am a normal 15-year-old girl. When I say normal I'mean I iook like a 15-year-old girl. I act like a 15-year-old girl and I have all the desires and dreams of a 15-year-old girl. The only way in which I am different is that I am an epileptic. I have the Epilepsy Foundation to thank for educating me so that I now live a fear-free life. I have learned from their booklets to hold my head up and to help other epilep- tics. I have also learned not to be ashamed of my affliction. It is estimated that one out of every 100 people have epilepsy. This means about two million in the United States. And don't forget for every epileptic, three or four mem- bers of his family are involved in his illness. They should understand the nature of epilepsy and know what to do in case of a seizure. I have not had a seizure in years, thanks to dilantin a marvelous drug which has changed the lives of millions. Please, Ann Landers, print the address of the Epilepsy Foun- dation and urge interested people to write for free literature. They also have films for gro.ips who wish to understand. God bless you for the good you do. -One Of Two 'Million DEAR ONE: Here's the address of the Epilepsy Foun- dation: 733 15th Street N.W., Washineton, D. C. 20005. And God bless you for writing. Give fo or lose Him. when a guy gives you this line, look outi For tips on how to handle the super sex salesman, check Ann Landers. Read her booklet, "Necking And Petting What Are The Send your request to Ann Landers in care of Canada Wide Feature Service Ltd. 245 St. James Street West, Montreal 126. enclosing 50 cents in coin and a long, stamped, envelope. CASH BINGO ST. BASH'S HALL-Cor. ?3th St. and 6th Ave. N. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4th-8 O'CLOCK BLACKOUT JACKPOT NUMBERS 4th and 8th Games in 7 NUMBERS-12th LUCKY DRAW 5 CARDS FOR OR 35e EACH Persons Under 16 Years Net Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASIL'S MEN'S ClUI BOOMING BUSINESS TORONTO (CP) Buz Ar thurs, owner of Wine Art which has three of Toronto's 14 wine- makiiig supply stores listed in pages, says business is booming. "On Saturday, the stores arc so crowded, you sometimes can't get another customer in the he said. He said doctors were Ms largest group of customers, followed by educationists and oilier profes- sional people, Computer diagnoses diseases TORONTO (CP) The com- puter assisted diagnosis, or CAD, now is being tested at about a dozen pediatric centres across Canada. The doctor who uses the CAD will sit down at its keyboard after he has examined a child. He will then feed coded infor- mation into the computer about the symptoms of the disease he has diagnosed. The computer's main values are its enormous memory for detail and its speed in recall. The CAD will almost immedi- ately assess the accuracy of the doctor's diagnosis. It will also remind him of for- gotten or bypassed symptoms of the particular disease he's diag- nosed. If the diagnosis is faulty and the symptoms do not fit the disease, tte CAD will provide the doctor with possible ill- nesses compatible with the symptoms. Dr. Pierre Beaudry, assistant physician-in-chief at the Mont- real Children's Hospital, said the CAD can be a valuable study guide for interns and resi- dents to organize their reading. Dr. A. M. Bryans of Kingston General Hospital's pediatric de- partment said the computer can never replace "good basic skills or standard textbooks or cur- rent literature" although it can be an incomparable tool for the physician. The CAD is only in the devel- opment stage. The Toronto Gen- eral Hospital has been using the cortical and audiometry hearing tests for about two years. The harpy eagle has feet, with outsized talons, that are i.s large as a man's spread hand. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes fridoy, Docombor 4, 1970 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD 13 HE KNEW HEH KENNETH, Mo. (AP) Magistrate Lcn McNally stonily imposed a fine on a 17-year-old girl who had been brought before him charged with driving 87 miles an hour in a GO-mile zone. After giving thu young miss a lecture, he ended up with: ''Better not let me hear of this happening again." She was his daughter, Sue Ellen McNallv. !'l REALLY wont fo win the free dance lesson.., Can 1 have a couple of minutes to look up the answer to your question, 'Who is the the United LOTS OF HOT SOFT WATER THE BIG Launderette 1263 3rd Avenue South Get ready to sail into these big values! GRAPEFRUIT Florida Fresh, Red or White, Size 48s for RDAYS Best Quality, Full of Tropical Flavour... BANANAS Bargain from one end of the store to the other. Cruise up and down our Isles. Stock-up at these low prices. You'll be delighted with the variety, quality and money-saving buys! Dollar Days Super Savers! Fresh Bread 5' Polly Ann, White or Brown, Sliced......20-01. net wt. loaf Orange Juice 3 Bel Air, Frozen Concentrate 12 fl. oz. tin Beans with Pork 4 si Taste Tells..............................28 fl. 01. tin Snack Crackers Busy. Baker 16-oz. nut wl. pkg. Blended Juice Town House, Sweet or Natural 48 fl. 01. tin Pineapple Enchanted Isle, Sliced, Crushed or Tidbits fl. oz. tin Chip Dips Lucerne, Fresh, Assorted Flavours 8-or. ctn. WIENERS Olympic, Skinless, Vacuum Packed Treat the Family to Hot Dogs Ik. Pinecresf, Young Hens, Alberta Grown, Canada Grade A Frozen 12-16 Ib. avge.............. Ib. Spcreribs Young Sids Pork, Bake or Barbecue Ib, Bartlett Pears 1. Taste Tells, Canada Choice. Halves 14-oz. tin R R Side Bacon Shamrock, Double Smoked, Rindless, Sliced, Vacuum Pecked 1-lb. pkg. PRICES EFFECTIVE in Lethbridge Safeway Discount Stores Dec. 4-5. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES 1960. CANADA SAFEWAY LIMITED ;