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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers given 'stern ultimatum DEAR ANN LANDERS: I felt sorry (or that fellow who wore a hairpiece but it was always on crooked, or getting lifted in a high wind. My uncle had the same trouble. To add to his problems, one night he got his hairpiece hooked into his lady friend's earring and had to take it off his head lu free liiinself. Here are a few tips for men wear hairpieces. First, buy a good one. The cheap pieces look like yarn after a few wearings ant! you can't clean them properly. Also, the color fades. Next, make sure the hairpiece is fitted by a stylist who will tell you how much of your hair to let grow so it can be properly tapered. Next, use a good adhesive agent to insure against slipping. Nothing is more embarrassing than to look in a mirror and discover that your toupe is on side- ways. I hope this letter will be of value to you, Ann. Chapel Hill Fan DEAR CHAP: If you're hinting that perhaps my husband might need the information, he doesn't. He was a wonderful head of hair. But I thank you in behalf of my readers who are not so fortunate. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I like your sense of humor. Some- times you get off a real corker, but you exceeded the limits of taste in a recent Confidential when you said, "Nuts to you" to a reader who complaineo' because her letter did not appear in print. This was especially uncouth since her salutation was "Sweets To The Sweet." I believe an apology is in order. Just Thinking Out Loud DEAR JUST: J'm glad you decided to "think out loud" on paper because I'd hate to have you go around believing I was so nide. Your letter is an excellent example of the dam- age that can be done by one small typographical error. Actual- ly, the person who wrote said nuts to me. The column SHOULD have read as follows: "Confidential to Sweets To Sweet And Nuts To You: Sorry I can't publish every letter in the paper." It came out: "Confidential: Nuts to you. I appreciate the opportunity to clarify the foul-up. OAKVILLE, Onl. (CP) Diana McNish just has to sell some of the driftwood sculpture that filled 'icr home here. Ei- ther the McNishs or some of the sculpture had to move out. "My husband delivered an ul- she says. "Sell or stop sculpting." Sell she did. First one major piece, then a year later, an- ollier, through I he efforts of a friend who made off with it. "She drove up and down Yongc St. in Toronto looking for a likely buyer." The friend, Helen Blakelock, of Oakville, says: "I couldn't bear to see such an exciting looking thing just sitting there doing nothing." The piece, a five-foot sculp- ture entitled The Viking, was sold to Nordicraft Imports Ltd., next-door neighbour to The Vi- king restaurant in Toronto. Mrs. Blakelock says she tried to sell I it to the restaurant but the j owner, who liked the piece, said j it wns bigger lhan his resiaur- i ant. He sold it to Nordicrafl. Mrs. McNish's sculptures all start wilh driftwood, which she has been collecting for 15 years. "1 look for a piece (of drift- wood) that suggests a she says. "It's the head that tells me what to do with the rest of (he sculpture." Other found material picked up on the shoreline makes up parts of the dynamic sculptures, i "Rusted metal, fishing net she says. Vancouver-born Mrs. McNish, daughter of Vancouver sculptor Elizabeth Crane, says she was once "put out of an art class" because her teacher said she hadn't any talent. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "I'd like a fifth of milk. An egg a day Beautiful things happen' keeps the doctor away Wednesday, Decombar 29, 1971 THE IETH8RIDG8 HER AID )1 SHOP EARLY and SAVE on QUALITY 'SAN DIEGO, Calif. (Reuter) It is an egg a day, not an apple, that will keep the doctor away, says Adelle Darts, a w e 11 -k n o w n nutritionist and in drama class rehearsals best-selling author. Not an apple, not a glass of j title, orange juice and not a piece of beefsteak. "But an old-fash- ioned egg-cholesterol and she said. The silver-haired author, who wrote Let's Get Well and whose popularity has soared with youth's swing toward health foods, said: "The doctor may tell you not to eat that egg. Just eay no thanks. You'll live longer than Ule doc." Miss Davis also warned her young audience at the Univer- sity of California at San Diego against being duped by food ad- vertisements. "Don't look at those she said. "Why do you think those processed foods have to adver- tise in the first place? "The truth is processed foods can't compete with the basics. "I wish food manufacturers could be sent the doctor bills for all the harm they do in this country. I'd like to see soft drink manufacturers take those costs on. They'd be out of busi- ness pretty quick." Proteins are the key to health. Women need at least 60 grams of proteins a day to keep going. Men need 80. "That's a basic. Milk, yogurt, real cheese, peanut butter and is a good start to health. Anybody can do it." RED DEER, Alia. (CP) Since Mimi Wichlinski began teaching drama at Lindsay Thurber high school in 1906, her students have won three re- gional high school drama cham- pionships and one provincial This string of successes sug- gests a shrewd touch some- where along the line, but Mrs. Wichfinski says it's the students who have done the work. Loyalty to Hie school is the motivation, she said. Drama is part of the curricu- MIMI WICHLINSKI ELNA CLEARANCE OF ELNA CABINET DEMONSTRATORS and USED SEWING MACHINES BUY NOW, SAVE NOW, WHILE THEY LAST DEMONSTRATORS SAVE 3 ONLY-1971 DEMONSTRATORS EINA SUPERMATICS Regular While They Lost 2 ONLY ZIG ZAG ELNA DEMONSTRATORS Regular While They tost................. A GROUP OF USED ELNA SUPERMATICS Fully Automatic with open orm. Special 7 7 .00 408 5th Street South Phone 327-8877 327-8818 him at the school, with four in- structors who teach Hie drama courses plus one or two addi- tional courses in English, French or other fields. SUll, there isn't enough class time to cover the detail de- manded even in one play a year, she said. The staff have to spend many after-school hours fashioning performances. Despite this, Mrs. Wichlinski said she feels she couldn't take a less-demanding course. "Drama is a wonderful way to relate to young she said. "There is a closeness in it a boiid, like with a family. "Beautiful things happen dur- ing the rehearsals. I see my students showing a marvellous generosity and warmth of soul; human grace at its best. "That's what I get out of it. What T give seems small by comparison." Although her father warned that acting was a precarious life, she ignored his advice and took part in campus theatre! while attending universities in Glasgow and Edinburgh. None of her classes was di- rectly connected with drama, but her extra-curricular activity began to dominate her univer-; sity experience. She auditioned for the Old Vic in London, and soon found the j parental admonition was true, j "It is a hard she said. I "Only about one in a hundred j can make it to the top. You i need tremendous stamina and furious self-discipline to keep pace with it." She married and the demands of raising a family took her away from a professional car- j eer. But her passion for grease j i paint, plots and footlights, j goaded her into studying the i foundations of acting and direct-! When her husband, a lawyer- j turned-teacher, took teaching i positions in New Brigden, Chi-! nook and towns in eastern Wich-1 Imski also began teaching. She taught English and j French and taught drama as an i after-school program. In 1965, she began teaching drama full-time at Bcntloy. Alia., then transferred to Red Dcr.r. her In nn the huiniy slop en. MIHALIK'S 642 13th St. N., Lethbridge Phone 328-5742 FREE CITY DELIVERY! Open Thursday 9 a.m. till 9 p.m. Friday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Last week's winner in ou r "Free Turkey Draw" was MRS. HELEN FELLER of 639 12 St. 'C North Mayfair Foods Meats Canada Choice "Canada Good We Will Cut Any Meat To Suit Your Requirment! We Invite You To Try Our Meats "THE BEST IN TOWN" TURKEYS CANADA GRADE "A" TURKEYS Young 6 to 16 Ibs. 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