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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers December 1973 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD 9 THE BETTER HALF By Barnes Dear Ann Please mako room lor one more com- iiii-nl C'anadian who was because so many ig- 's in the United knew nothing about i He said people in thought Canadians wi-re almost the same as Kskimos i We live in Des Moines. we traveled east a few u-ars ago we were appalled at llu- number ol people who had never heard ot Iowa. They ilulii i know Iowa is a miMl up-irultural that lU-ibort Hoover was born Ihm- and George Washington rarvi'i-. ihe great Negro scien- ti-l educated there. V-w Kngland woman ask- ed wile where we were I rum When im wile said. the Connecticut replied crisply. We pronounce K OHIO in this part dl the countrv How do like that. Cornfed Readers Dear I love it' And bv ihe when you compile hM ul lowans. don't lorgfi Dear and me We were born in Sioux Dear Ann 1 am 17 tmd need an ans-wer 1 got a bud ol V'D and thanks to Inends at work. mude me go to a doctor right Christmas entertainment Residents of Green Acres Lodge were enter- tained over the weekend by Grades 4 and 5 of St. Mary's Elementary School. Shown are left to front Lora Saccomani and Cheryl back Siglinde Mary Fincali and Donna Kristjanson. The girls were completing a traditional Philippine candle dance. Heiress returns to homeland By EDITH M. LEDERER TEL AVIV Her great-uncle Edmond was the tinancial father of Palestine Her brother Guy and cousins are among Israel's greatest benefactors But Baroness Batsheva de Rothschild is the first member of the Jewish banking dynasty to make her home in the Promised Land For nearly a dozen years the 59-year-old baroness has lived in a beautifully landscaped modern home just outside Tel quietly dispensing her own fortune to support arts and music and the dance in Israel She grew up in luxury few Jews have ever known. Her the late Baron Edouard de Rothschild who headed the French branch of the shuttled between his opulent play palaces at Ferners and Chantilly. The Baroness fled to the United States with her family at the outset of the Second World War but returned to England to join Charles de Gaulle's Free French Army. The October Mideast war found her living in Israel. Batsheva de Rothschild said in a rare interview she had no intention of leaving her adopted homeland. want to be war or no she said. wouldn't stay if I didn't want to. I understand it's more dangerous to walk the streets of New York than to be in HELPED COLONIZATION Her Baron Ed- began financing the Jewish colonization of Palestine in the 1880s and spent the next 50 years building an agricultural and industrial base for Israel-to-be although he was staunchly anti-Zionist. Her the present Baron Edmond de runs the empire his grand- father built and is constructing a luxury golf resort at Caesarea near where Romans threw Jews to the lions centuries ago. Her brother. Baron Guy de who now heads the French banking is president of the United Jewish Appeal in France and her English cousins are leading fund raisers for Israel in Britain. In the name Rothschild is synonymous with benefactor. When the song If I Were A Rich Man from Fiddler On The Roof was translated into Hebrew it began I Were A blue-eyed Batsheva de Rothschild has always shunned publicity and avoided the lavish jet-set whirl of her European relatives. Born in raised in she studied biology in Paris and at Columbia Univer- sity in New York. She was briefly married to Donald Bloommgdale. the New York department store in the late 1940s. SUPPORTED DANCERS When she arrived in New York in the baroness walked into the studio of modern dance innovator Martha Graham and began a lifelong romance with the dance. She supported Graham's fledgling housed them in a building she owned and travelled throughout the world with them including a stop in Israel in 1956. In Ruth ex-wife of Defence Minister Moshe asked her if she would look into opening an outlet for Israeli handicrafts in New York. That's how Batsheva Crafts was born in 1958. It now is a profit making venture with exports all over the mainly of copper and jewelry. Since Batsheva Crafts open- ed the baroness found herself spending more and more time in Israel. she bought an then she built a suburban house with a swimming pool. in she became a permanent resident. In New she had es- tablished the B. de Rothschild Foundation for the Advance- ment of Science in Israel. I told im girlfriend im- mcdiiitch thinking she would go to the Iree clinic and net hersell checked think 1 got it Irom her but I'm not Nine i To im surprise she said didn't see any reason to po. thdt she d know it it she liud something Inends have tried to talk some sense into her head but she hates doctors and ex- iimindlions and won't go I've been advised by several peo- ple iv clivp her bc'ure I get the back Is this P.S. I like hei a lot Eastcoaster Dear It is indeed possi- ble to get re-mlected and I hope will take vour mends' advice and stop see- ing the girl Her ignorance is ti ighlening Nun aren t sure where got the which suggests that are promiscuous Please talk to the doctors at the clinic and ledi n how to protect yourself. ol 17 has years of dctivity ahead of him. t take any chances Dear Ann This is Im Keeling the 40 who wants to a bikini She said she never had am children and none ol those ugly stretch marks that come with pi Her husband nixed the bikini but she wants one 1 in 42. I've had live. children and 1 don't have any stretch marks either. Km tlieiinoie. 1 II bet my is as good ds hers. Until .1 leu veai's ago I was on the thin When I started to as my husband calls it 11 call it middle-aged spi ead i. men began to notice me 1 imsell but I en- the whistles and atten- tion and went in lor plunging necklines hip-huggers and. bikinis My husband became jealous and distrust- lul It nearh broke up our nun luge The lady's husband has ah cads told her he doesn't want hei to wear bikinis. That should settle it Oklahoma Dear Your advice was the same as mine and I appiecidte the back-up. I i a load ol letters from women who accused me of be- ing anti-female One writer Irom Cleveland wrote You're up to your old tricks ul to the male readeis No husband is going to tell ME what to wear. I even have my casket outfit selected and arranged for How s ihat lor forward plan- Can drugs be a friend in time of If you keep your head together can they be of Ann Lander's sew Dope on separates the fact from the fiction. Get it today. For each booklet send a dollar plus a stamped to Ann P.O. Box Illinois 60654. 1973 Field Millinery trade revived with youthful interest Keep Christ in Christmas Inserted by THE SPECIAL OCCASSION SHOPPE Vanta's Economy Meats 904 7th Avenue S. Phone 329-4545 Here are your year end Season's Specials. Just drop in and pick up your Turkey or ham also plenty of European sausage available for the Festive Season. A. A Surprise special on you B. A Surprise Special on your lb Shop for the following specialities Van's Farmer Sausage Sticks..... Van's Summer Sausage Van's All Beef Sausage Van's Party Sausage Van's Party Smokies Van's Coil Garlic Sausage Van's Imported Cheese Van's Imported Herring Van's Imported Tid Bits Van's Imported Smoked Beef 1.69 1 lb sticks 1.69 1 lb sticks 1.69 .b.1.60 1.29 1.39 a 1.59 pkg 1.19 lb Christmas Needs Turkey Stuff ing nb 890 Mincemeat ....................................nb.690 Smoked spareribs m 1.19 GroundBeef Vanta's Special Steak ib 1.29 Special Spiced Roiiades......................m 1.89 Special Extra Lean Ground Beef m 1.39 YESTER YULE The legend of Santa his reindeer and his chimney climbing habits has ancient origins. St. a kindly bishop in .Asia Minor during the AD 300s was adopted as the patron saint of children and the spirit of Christmas by the people of Holland. His name in Dutch was Sinter which later became Santa Claus. The belief that Santa has a reindeer-drawn sleigh and enters houses through the chimney comes from Scandinavia. It developed from an old Norse legend about the goddess rode on a reindeer's back. Her appearance in the fireplace in mid-winter brought good luck to the home The FLOWER POT We are very pleased to announce the winners of the floral arrangement draws held during our grand opening. MRS. ANNE PETA Hardlevllle MRS. LINDA PIEMAN Coaldale MRS.J.TUNNAH Lethbridge We Thank You For .Your Patronage NEW YORK Arleen Meyer designs up to 90 hats in a single season but she keeps only half a dozen in her own closet The dark-haired woman has been successful tor 30 years in crowning young heads with high- fun headgear. started out to be a fash- ion she said in an interview. studied at Traphagen and the Art Stu- dents League and supported myself selling hats at a Man- hattan department store. One day I had a chance for a took it and have been there ever since. It was accidental and but not strange. My whole family has been in the millinery in- To many women millinery is a dirty Mrs. Meyer said It's hats today as the in- dustry is strong after several weak years. For her bouncy line of inexpensive she is influenced by fashion maga- people on the de- partment stores and fashion shows Everything goes into a big melting pot. COLORS CHANGE is strong one season may carry over to the next with a slightly different she said is always changing. Even basic colors may though you think they are the same year in and year out The textile markets are a tremendous help because they West is helping handicapped TORONTO The western provinces are doing things for their handicapped Wilfrid a director of the Canadian Rehabilitation Council for the said here. British Columbia's New Democratic government has raised the disability pension to a month. Saskatchewan is the first province to appoint a senior level person a deputy minister to co-ordinate all the services to the disabled. Biif in Mr. in an said there is no one agency the disabled can turn to. evolve colors They do research and develop new things. Really they create fashion because they tell us what colors and fabrics are In two the hat in- dustry has gone from poverty to big with sales up 16 per cent in 1972. Shortages have been a so pro- duction problems are a con- sideration even for a de- signer. try to keep a line to a the designer said. I bring ideas and things I think will be good to a meet- ing with everybody in the company and we talk about it and decisions are con- sidering all the factors always have there are very few duds in each a few items are very hot. We can't afford to gamble on some- thing bad She said felt hats and straw hats are always good for spring. She predicts a softer look in clothes. trend is away from the hardware look of the 1960s. Spring will be soft and feminine with a strong em- phasis on classic looks and a few garden party-type hats. Trimmings will be added for gaiety and nostalgia. This we thought along the lines of our shearling fake furs in bags and jackets LEGION BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY at 8 p.m. JACKPOT BLACKOUT IN 55 NUMBERS OR LESS number wMk until Ul GAME JACKPOT Slh GAME 10th GAME JACKPOT IN 50 NUMBERS FREE BUS SERVICE HOME AFTER BINGO MEMORIAL HALL PUBLIC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY LOUNGE CHILDREN UNDER 16 NOT ALLOWED Sponsored by LadlM Aiullliry to Cintdlin Legion STOP STATIC SHOCK professionally applied Static Electricity Reduces Soil Buildup Banishes Musty Odor Life of Carpets FREE SHOCK-LESS TREATMENT In all traffic lanes when we clean your wall-to-wall carpet another service by your WILSON DONALDSON 1404 11th Ave. Phone 328-5010 or 327-6984 'The most exciting play of Stanley sat in the the season was when cheese HOLIDAY SPECIALS TIMEX WATCHES 0 OFF A Large Selection of Cosmetics From Chantilly Chanel Du Barry Mary Quant DR. SCHOLLS SANDALS AND SLIPPERS CHOCOLATES BY PAULINE JOHNSON AND FERNS KODAK INSTAMATIC POCKET CAMERAS Instamatic 10 Reg. 29.95 Now Instamaticv20 Reg. 39.95 Now FLASH CUBES Reg. 1 80 Now 5e surf5 to get Filrr LAKEVIEW DRUGS 1017 Mayor Magrath Drive Phone 328-5509 24 Hour Emergency Service ;