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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THI LfTHBllDGE HERALD Thursday, 4, H71 NEAR MATCH TO OFFICIAL PORTRAIT OF FORMER FIRST LADY This portrait of former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy, now Mrs. Aristotle Onassis, which will appear on the cover of McCall's March issue, is reportedly quite similar to the official portrait of the former first lady which will go on display to the public in the White House Friday morning. Both versions were done by artist Aaron Shikler. At the request of Mrs. Onassis, there will be no ceremonial unveiling of the portrait of herself and of the one of her late husband, former President John F. Kennedy. ____ lllllllllllllllllliiiiiilimilllllllllll For The Record By MARILYN ANDERSON Herald Family Editor truth hurts. It really does. If you've just lost 10 pounds of fat, and a friend says in jest, "hi you can receive the jest in the manner intended. If you've had pangs of guilt about the increasing tension on your seams, and haven't as yet built up enough will power to do anything about it, the same comment is a bit more difficult to laugh off. You've long suspected that you looked as fat as you felt, and, in fact, you've been lingering a bit before deciding upon that second helping of beef stroganoff or chocolate cake. Somehow it's usually about Wednesday when you decide you should go on a diet, though, and Monday always seems like a better day for starting things. If you are caught by surprise on a Monday and feel like going on a diet, it isn't too difficult to de- cide the beginning of the next month would be ideal. At times like this, an amazing coincidence takes place. For just as the seams get tighter, the more closely fit articles of clothing get pushed to the back of the closet and the looser items are worn more frequently. You can reason that you've always looked better in those particular clothes anyway and you'd bet- te.r believe it you do, especially from the rear view. Friends are usually over-solicitous at a time like this. They'll tell you "you don't have to worry, you're not fat" and you believe them more's the pity. That beloved husband will say "I love you just the way you are" and you don't necessarily believe him, but it does make it easier to live with yourself. The "condition" as you might politely call it snowballs until finally there is a day of reckoning. You open your eyes and there you are. Triple chin, bulges where there aren't supposed'to be any, shortness of breath, and a tendency to move the car seat back a notch to get both you and your winter coat in. Then one learns that it is not one's friends, one's family, or even one's physician that inspires the re- ducing plan, but one's own self. Unlike the snowball, however, the fat is not go- ing to just melt away. It takes and that elu- sive quality known as will power. It's not going to be a fun time, and no diet on earth is going to make it seem so. Alas, the thought of it all is enough to make one reach for another cream puff. Anyway, March 1 is a long way off. Not in Public LONDON (CP) Mien a wife adjusts her husband's tie it has sexual connotations, a sur- vey by the Tie Manufacturers' Association reports. Some of the 50 men interviewed said that the tie was a sexual symbol and they found that a large bught tie worked wonders at parties. Others found tie-fondling so pleasant that they didn't like their wives or girl friends doing it in public. Better in England MONTREAL (CP) Helg_ Abraham, a CBC employee London, says that when she v cationed in Montreal "all I g were leering stares, crafty prop ositions and not a single re compliment." But she adds "Canadian men in England ar superbly handsome, polite an interesting. They're more gen tlemenly than Americans an more adventurous than English men." u Vancouver 'end of line' for youths, says YW official y BEVERLY-ANN CARLSON Herald Stall Writer 'Vancouver is the 'end of the une' for youths travelling cross Csnada. For those not tending school, it is the ideal zee to end up in the winter nonths. It is warmer, and so- lal assistance is easier to get, y and according to ietty Burrell, resident director f the Vancouver YWCA who vas speaking in Lethbridge this week at a YW meeting. Miss Burrell stated that most f the youths have found 'crash- ing' Xsleeping) facilities either ircugh YW or YM programs, communal housing facilities, or n private homes. "The youths who crash in pri- ate homes are often .exploited y the stated Miss Burrell. Youths on social assis- ance receive a small monthly heque, plus 25 cents per week or incidentals. The homeown- a-s then take all money which hey receive, and "herd" them nto sleeping six to eight peo- >le in a room, she said. In order to get the youths tc tay, the homeowner will "p'.ay up to the girls sexually, or wil earn about them which would result in the assis- ance cheque being stopped herefore blackmailing the youths." Canada is experiencing prob- ems in its large urban centres jecause of this cult. "We olde: jeople have attempted to credif iverything they do to the fac tot they are 'youth.' "We have taught them to be capitalistic, and to place a nig! jriority on money. We have aught them that there is nc need to work, and that if they stay at home, they will receiv money anyway. We then te] them to go out and make their own way in the world." From there, she says, there is just simple transference of depen- ency from the parents to so- iety, and the youths then live off "the social'assistance pro- rams. Part of the situation will be relieved this summer as the Sovemment is opening up a new hostel. Health services, >oth physical and emotional, vUl be provided under the su- pervision of the YM. but "they are two years too Miss iurrell states. "A lot of damage has been done already because the pub- ic has formed undesirable op- inions of the kids. If the facil- ties had been made available when the problem first arose, this would not have happened." "We would not have so much trouble with kids on bad trips, (whj can be kids with scrambled heads, front using r quality drugs (who cannot, we wouldn't have so much hepatitis, mononucleo- sis, cramps, bladder _-_ kidney infections, or malnutrition the crea- tion of the 'youth cult' we have today, lies in the hands of the says Miss Burrell. The youth cult is a result of UK "post aud is part of the luxury gen- eration. "This is the generation where the kids have got every- thing (and much more than) the parents ever had. Today. 'Johnny' puts out his hand and says 'I and he gets, while actually all it really is, is 'I because everything John- ny really needs, he already las" love 25. having bis coffee ready before he asks for it. BINGO Scandinavian Hall 279 IJth St. "C" N. Fri., Feb. 5th Starts at p.m. Doors Open p.m. 5 Cards for 1.00 4th, 8th and 12th Ga-nei In 7 Numbers WORTH Jackpot in 52 Not. Sorry No One Under 16 Years of Age Allowed Sponsored by the Vaso Lodge RURAL DWELLERS About 52 per cent of the Peru- vian population Uve in rural areas. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES JACKPOT LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS-8 p.m. PERM SPECIALS 1Q 50 Q 50 I V SPECIAL W ______ has iust returned from holiday! Theresa's Beauty Salon 740 4th Avenue S. Phone 3284424 tOCATED IN THE PROFESSIONAL BIDG. IN LETHBRIDGE: 613 4th Ave. S. Telephone 328-4214 Tk Lethkidge Herald THIS WEEK'S CHAUENGE! I am the Premier of Cambodia. Who am I? HOW DO YOU RATE? 91 to 100 TOP SCOUE 71 to 80 point! Good. 81 to 90 point! 61 to 70 points Fiir. FAMiLY DISCUSSION QUESTION How could our country best preserve its natural resources? CHECK BEFORE YOU BUY OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICES SHAG CARPET SPECIAL GAY ARRAY SHAG CARPET 2nd grade available in 3 colors 1st grade, suggested price 13.95 sq. yd. j in SPECIAL, sq. yd...................... LABOR AND UNDERLAY EXTRA FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL Hamilton's Floor Coverings LTD. 909 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-5454 PEOPLE AND PLACES QUIZ PART I NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL Give yourself 10 points for each correct answer. 1 Demonstrations were held by in different cities around the country. a-farmers b-poor people c-6tudentB 2 Next-day mail delivery to major clues across Canada begins in and will spread to other Canadian cities during IS71 and 1972. a-Ottawi b-Toronto c-Montreal 3 What city will host the Canada Winter Games beginning February 12? 4 Residents of the Bay area worked to clean up a large oil spill caused by the collision of two oil tankers. a-Montego b-San Francisco c-Hudson 5 The increased use of American alrpower in led observers to wonder about the possi- bility of a new escalation of the Indochina con- flict. a-Cambodia b-South Viet Nam c-Burcna PART II WORDS IN THE NEWS Take 4 points for each word that you can match with its correct meaning. a-set free 1.....invade 2.....liberalize 3.....liberate 4.....prohibit 5.....assume b-take up c-attaclc restraints e-ban; forbid PART III NAMES IN THE NEWS Take 6 points for names that you can correctly match with the clues. 1.....Don Jamleson 2.....Rene Levesque a-Part! Quebecola leader b-Conservatlve Party leader 3.....Robert Staofield c-federal Finance Min- ister 4.....Bryce Mackaaey d-federal Minister of Transport e-federal Labor Minis- 5.....Edgar Benson 2-1-71 e VEC, Inc Save This Practice Examination! STUDENTS Valuable Referee Material rot Exams. ANSWERS ON REVERSE PAGE ;