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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta -Tutiday, January 2, 1973 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 15 Ann Landers WHAT, NO CHAINS? While his motorized eourner- parts were slipping ord sliding along Cdgary streets, a youna man peddled his 10-speed with cpparent ease Ihrough several inches of that fiufry white stuff. (CP Wirephoto) LFTHBRIDGE FISH O 4GAMEASSOC. i I W) AT 8 P.M. IN THE EAGLES HALL I3lh SI. N. S1I5 JACKPOT IN 56 NUMBERS FREE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS (4th, 6lh end IN 7 NUMBERS NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 AFTERNOON BINGO MOOSE HALL 1234 3 Ave. No. JACKPOT WON EVERY WEEK SPONSORED 5Y THE WC.v.EN ThIE MOOSE No Childrtn Under 16 Allowed Everybody Welcome HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Need Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effect! CALL 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 1st AVE. S. SIMPSONS-SEARS SEWING MACHINE RENTAL loti of mending lo do? A wedding A yen to be creative? Rent and Sew with a gorgeous KENMORE ZIG ZAG from Simpsons-Sears. Telephone 328-9231 Or Drop In Al Simpsons-Sears, Centre Village Mall For Complete Details LEGION BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY at 8 p.m. JACKPOT BLACKOUT IN 57 NUMBERS OR LESS (Increasing one number week until wan) 1st GAME 550 JACKPOT GAME 525 (X) 10th GAME S500 JACKPOT IN 52 NUMBERS 1 EXTRA BINGOS FOR TURKEYS FREE BUS SERVICE HOME AFTER BINGO MEMORIAL HALL PUBLIC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY LOUNGE Children under 16 not allowed Sponsored by Ladies Auxiliary to Canadian Legien DEAK ANN L.ANDERS: I know you get through to the men very well because you are on Lheir side, but please be a friend to women for a change and warn ten against putting fashion before safety. There are so many examples, I don't know where to begin. First, the no-bra lad is one of the dumbest things females have ever done to themselves. If they don't mind looking like a herd o! fresh cows, they should at least consider what they are doing to their breasts. That doctor who warned of a gen- eration ol "Super-Dooper Droopers" knew what he was talk- ing about. Another iwzird is the bell-bottom trousers, long skirts and maxi coats. They get caught in escalators, are dangerous to drive in, and thousands o[ women have tripped on all that extra yard goods and ended up in leg casts. The no-hosiery lad is another horror. It is unhealthy to go without stockings. Infections are easily picked up and blis- ters and other foot problems occur more easily when a bare foot is rubbed by a shoe. And speaking of shoes, the new sky-scraper platform soles are murder on the back and risky to walk in. Save these dumb women from themselves, Ann. Please Of Fashion Freaks DEAR SICK: O.K. I'll do my best. Hear ye, sisters who are slaves of fashion. Return to your brassieres! Scuttle your bell bottoms, long skirts and your maxi coats! Put on stock- ings and throw away those crippling platform shoes. Don't let the fashion czars ruin you! Be independent. Be free! Be safe! Be comfortable! Do you think anybody will pay attention to that? Neither do I. DEAR ANN" LANDERS: My sister-in-law claims she's nev- er had a sick day in her Hie and does not be- lieve in illness or medicine. Vet every time she turns around she is taking baking sods, or vinegar and water. sulfur and molasses, or some other kitchen remedy. I say she is medicating herself and she should stop pretending. Not a day goes by but what she doesn't mix up some concoction. Any advice for DEAR CON: She didn't ask me for any. And I'll bet she didn't ask you either. For the sake of those who might want mr opinion: Chronic distress could be a symptom of a serious problem. Kitchen remedies might give temporary relief, but they don't solve any problems. A doctor should be consulted. Discover how to be date bait without failing hook, line and sinker. Ann Landers' booklet. "Dating Do's And Don'ts.1' will help you be more poised and sure of yourself on dates. Send 35 cents in coin along with a long, stamped, self- addressed envelope and your request to Landers Reader Mail, Chicago Sun-Times. 401 North Wabash Ave.. Chicago, HI. Solution for weighty problem Easy guidelines for slimmer eating Holiday parties and feasts generally result in a firm reso- lution to do something about ex- panding waistlines in the New Year. To help turn resolution into action, Weight Watchers sug- gests following these easy-to- remember guidelines at meal- time: 1. Eat slowly. Meals last longer and food is more enjoy- able. Set yourself out to finish at toe same time as everyone else but without that extra helping. 2. Put your knife and fork dowo between bites and rest your hands on your lap. 3. Divide your dinner into courses, no matter how small and you'll leave the table feel- ing you have had a full course meal Skip appetesr, salad and dessert and you will feel de- prived. 4. Choose foods for their nu- tritional value. Some snacks contain as many calories as complete meals, but lack the nutrients and staying power. 5. If. you are worried you will forget your resolve on a spe- cial occasion, wear a heavy ring on your eating hand. Every time your eye catches it flash- ing towards your face you will remember why it's there. "What you eat is only part of the answer to weight reduc- tion." a Weight Watchers spokesman maintained. "The other part comes from being properly motivated. "Meet people have to be con- tinuously motivated to keep their New Year's resolutions bevond the first week in Jami- PACKAGE FUNCTION Trie function of food packag- irs is to protect food, to inform i the contents, to merchao- arid to fdCDitiate use of tba i product. Women establish political records By JEAN SHARP CP Women's Editor Although women didn't do outstandingly well in the fed- eral election, they spent 1972 setting a lot of other political records. For one thing, 71 uumen were nominated in the federal campaign, half again as many ?.s the previous record of 43 in 1953. A few candidates were independents, running on women's rights platforms. Five Mere elected. Grace Mclnnis. NDP member for Vancouver Kinesway. the one woman MP since 1963. now has company. Three of the others elected are from Quebec, a province that had never sent a woman to the House of Commons be- fore. Jeanne Kauve. Montreal A h u n t s i c. has since been named minister of science and technology. Tee sole Progressive Con- PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs! EVERY THURS.-B p.m. MARIE LOUISF Entire Stock Of WINTER HATS NOW REDUCED PRICE 7 ONLY WOOL CAP AND SCARF SETS NOW Price ALL LEATHER POUCH AND SHOULDER STRAP BAGS OFF MARIE-LOUISE MILLINERY 504 3rd AVE. S PHONE 327-79ib5 OPEN THURS. TIL 9 P.M. servative woman elected was 1 Flora MacDonald, in Kingston and the Islands. .As a sign of the times, just before the election, it was re- ported that the Canada Elec- tions Act does not provide for females to register for voting as Ms Singfe women may drop the Miss when they reg- ister, but married women, must retain the Mrs. Bri'.ish Columbia set a na- tional record in its August el- ection by choosing six women members for its legislature. One of them. Eileen Dailly, has since bwn appointed a minister without portfolio. An- other. Rosemary Brown, XDP is an .active feminist and the first black woman e'ected to a legislature in I Canada. i Jirs. Dailly is one of a record number o: women holding cabinet posts, and some of those sre firsts. Margaret Birch. PC minis- ter portfolio is the woman ever in an On- taro cabinet. Helen Hunley i> minister without portfolio in Alberta's Progressive Conservative gov- ernment. Progressive Conservative Brer.d.1 Robertson. New Brunswick's is minister o; aiui welfare. Prince Edward I s 1 a n d 's first. Liber.'.! Jean Conueld. is minister witliout portj'olio with rofponsibiliiy for the housing authority. Veteran C 1 s i r e Kirkland- first elected to the Quebec leirislntiire in 1962. is minister of ciiiuiral affairs in the province's Liberal govem- mer.l. Marp-vrt N'orrie of Truro was npoointed first woman senaior from Nova local lia The Women pi the Moose will hold a rcpilar meeting nt a p.m. (oni.chl in the Moose Hall, wilh Elv.i Hom'.xMii, past riejv uiy grand regent, as official visitor. Tho exeouiive meet .it 7. Co-worker Torsclxr lv child rare and Lorraine Christio hostess. All members aro requested to attend. 10 iind out where these c'errts located, look ior pesters in s s'. you paid for them now get your money back Frcn t'-e first cf Jain.'.ry. ths Er-c-erl 'or re'--rf. SAVE THEM UP CASH THEM IN! rash Vr bo'.l-cs 3n.1 Cvins 'vpes ?-'d All beer containers will continue to be ac- cepted only by Alberta Brewers' Agents depots. Recycling is profitable lor you, and {or all wine and liquor bottU-s amj ,w ENVIRONMENT ;