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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Somehow, I became the victim or the unwelcome neighbor. I remained victimized by her for two years. Mrs. Noodnik was at my door ringing the doorbel before I was out of bed. She invited herself in, had cotfee and stayed. At it was necessary for her to go home and take her pills and a nap, so she left. At Mrs Noodnik was back. She had fed her husband a can of tuna for supper and was ready to join us at our dinner table fcr a cup of coffee. Every time I backed the car out of the garage she was standing in the driveway with a "request." Would I please bring her a pack of cigarettes or a loaf of bread or quart of milk or some postage stamps. My husband got so fed up witli her presence he told me that if I didn't keep that woman out of our house he was leaving. You are right, Ann. There is no polite way to handle clods. They must be told off in plain language. They do not understand tact or social grace. Please keep telling 'em, Ann. People need to bear it again and again and again. Slow Learner DEAR LEARNER: I will, I will, I will. Thanks for writing. DEAR ANN: Last August you published an enthusiastic and grateful letter from a woman who learned about Al- Anon through your column. Within one monln we received nearly letters as a direct result of that one mention. The timing was nothing less than miraculous. Had It oc- cured before our recent move, we'd have been paralyzed by the lack of space. As it is, there is scarcely a place which is not occupied by staff or volunteers sorting the letters by stales, cities and towns, thanks to you. Volunteers have responded nobly. Without them, heaven knows how this beautiful crisis could have been met. There will be no way to get an exact count of how many new members rail join Al-Anon as a result of that single letter in your column. There is little doubt that Al-Anon has no more effective and enthusiastic friend in all the world than Ann Landers. Long may she live and write her spirited col- umns! The Staff DEAR STAFF: Thanks for those kind words. Now, get ready for more mail. For all you readers out there who arc living with an alcoholic, 1 urge you write to the National Headquarters of this splendid organization, Al-Anon. You might learn that you are an unwitting factor in the alcoholism of a husband or wife. You might also learn how to help him or her win the bat- tle of the bottle. The address is Al Anon P.O. Box 661, Leth- bridge, Alberla. Wrile for a free booklet. And please enclose a self-addressed, stamped envelope. Postage can run into money. Take it from someone who knows. DEAR ANN: I'm 21 and living at home, paying room md board because 1 want to save money for marriage. The problem is my brother. He's sweet and generous but he's a hippie who believes in doing bis own thing, which does not include work. Greg is 22, served in Vietnam and when he came back he had an apartment with two buddies. He wouldn't pay his share so they asked him to leave. Greg is living at home now and doesn't pay for anything. My folks bought him a car, new clothes, they give him spending money and they pay his bills. I hale tlie way he is taking advantage of them. They both work hard, and we aren't rich. They say, "We can't turn our backs on him." I love my brother, Ann, but I'm disgusted wilh Ihe bum. Comment, City DEAR CARD: Why should your brother work? He has free room and board, a car, someone who pays his bills and gives him spending money. It's a perfect setup for a loafer. When he discovers he has to be responsible for himself he'll go lo work. Not until. Confidential to Finders Keepers: Sorry, I don't think much of your "logic." The rest of the saying is "Losers Weep- ers." Do you want to be responsible for all those tears? THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "Only if you'll promise it won't go for Small down BINGO RAINBOW HALL M01 5lh N- TUESDAY, JANUARY llth al 8 p.m. Pint Jackpot in 54 2nd Jackpot in 56 Noi. Free and Games, 25c per Card, 5 Cardi St.OO 3 Free Games Door Prize No Children Under 16 Years Sponsored By A.U.U.C. Association ATTEND THE ALL NEW A.N.A.F.-UNIT 34 BINGO COR. 5th AVE. and 6th ST. S. IN THE CLUBROOMS TUESDAY, JAN. llth-8p.m. First 12 Gomes First Card Otheri J5c each 1st No. Jackpot (increases weekly) 2nd No.Jackpot (increases weekly) Extra 5 Games Cardi 25c ea. or 5 for Blackout in 49 Numbers All regular games pay double IF won In 7 not. or lest MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ---------Monday, January 10, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 13 Indian beadwork absorbing hobby BENEATH THE GUIDING LIGHT Concentration and nimble fingers are prerequisites for ihis beading course taught by Madeleine Good Rider, at the tethbridge Friend- ship Centre. Her students, -who vary from the small to the tall, are taught the intricacies of beadwork in the friendly atmosphere of the centre, left to right, Mrs. Good Rider, Jim Goldie, Ervin Yellow Feel, and Jeanne Smith.. By JUDE TUniC S'.sff Writer Friendship and beadwork that's what it's all about. And there are a lot of people taking advantage of il. Beading classes sponsored by the Lethbridge Friendship Centre have been well attend- ed, and productive loo. Madeleine Good Rider, class instructor, said that she has found the students to be "inter- ested and pleased" wiLh the course. Mrs. Good Rider ex- plained that the lessons are designed lo work up from sim- ple ring making to the com- bining of patterns and methods to fonn flat work medallions, belts, or whatever the individ-. ual prefers. "During the first class." said Mrs. Good Rider, "they (the students) were taught to make rings, and all completed one. We've progressed to making neckpieces, and when the class- es are over, the students will be able to combine techniques and continue on their own." Enthusiasm was not lacking in the class, and one woman was proud to show off her magnifying glass, a Christmas present from her husband. Mrs. Helen Scheurkogel, a native of Holland, said, "I came here to learn lo do a different type of handicraft work. I did a lot in Holland, and this is interesting too." The magnifying glass, she said, helps her to see the beads and the spaces so much better. Lighting is a problem, and as only one large lamp is avail- able, the studuils must all sit together at a table in order to see adequately. Materials are supplied by Mrs. Good Rider, bought from her by the students, and con- stitute the fees for the course. Veronica Scott, centre direc- tor, said that there has been an exceptionally good turnout and it is hoped it mil continue through lo March when the classes end. Individuals within the class express ed Iheir satisfaction and as one member put it while holding a handful of bsads, "I hope to make something out of I VWCA news "The lime has the walrus said, "to speak of many lings." And one of them is get- ng back into shape after Christmas in time for spring The YWCA offers many pro- grams for you to become in- olved in over the long months that are ahead of us For the ladies, there is keep t and swim, Monday evenings r Tuesday and Thursday mor- lings at the Civic Centre. Or here is keep fit and volleyball veekday evenings at various chools. We offer yoga exercise nd bridge also. There is tiny ots creative dancing for pre- choolers and for the young rymnast enthusiast, the YWCA as junior gymnastic classes ynchronized swim ming is offered for girls. Also ur English, classes will most efinitely be continued. For iris 8-12 years, Blue Triangles ill be starting up again at the arious schools along with Y- eens. New this session will be la- es take-a-break to be held ednesday mornings at the .owmaii Art Centre, Spanish mage, and the Adams Ice Also if enough interest shown, a class of guitar in- truction will be started Thurs- ay evenings at the Bowman Centre. Maximum per ass is ten. So-4here is lots to think and jeak about this first session 1972. But just don't think bout it get involved these inter months. "Why wait for >ring do it now." For urthcr information regarding programs contact the YWCA 327-2284 or 327-8221. All programs are to com- ence Ihe week of January th and babysitting is pro- ded for all daytime classes. love is... fixing her break- fail in the morning. L.A. TO F.O.E. RINGO Monday, Jan. 10th JACKPOT 52 NOS. "20 ALARM BINGO" Gold Card Pgy Double Doer Prlit-Free Cardi (Many other extras) Regular Cardi 15c or 5 for Dill 11. and 6lh Ave. 'A' N. children under 16 allowed J-ami win Wrenette Corp. official schedules visit to city Tha ship will be in good shape for the arrival of Mrs. Patricia Dufour, deputy chair- man of the Navy League Wrenettes of Canada, who ar- rives in Lethbridge on Wednes- day. Mayor Andy Anderson will be on hand to welcome Mrs. Dufour and present her with a gift from the city. As part of her tour to Ihe Wrenelte Corps, in Western Canada, Mrs. Dufour will meet with local Wrenette officers and the Navy League Commit- tee. T h e Lethbridge Wrenette Corp. is now recruiting girls between the ages of 13 and 18. Any girls wishing to join the Wrenette Corp. are asked to be at the ship which is located at 17th St. and 10th Ave. S. on Tuesday, Jan. 18 al 7 p.m. University announces new program EDMONTON (CP) The University of Alberta has an- nounced il will offer Canada's first Master of Nursing pro- gram in acute illncss. Five Canadian universities now have Master of Nursing programs, but none offers it in acute illness, the university said in a statement. The board of governors ap- proved the two-year program Friday. II will provide training to graduates seeking to be ex- pert practitioners, consultants, and researchers in nursing pa- tients with acute illnesses. (Calendar oiocat -jvap St. Patrick's CWL groups will meet as follows: Mrs. H. H. Bartram with Mrs. S. Marlhaller, 639 8 SI. S., on Wednesday al 2.30 p.nr.; Mrs. M. Bradley wilh Mrs. Jack Mc- Mahon 1022 8 Et. S. on Wednes- day at 7 p.m. A pot-luck supper will be served. Mrs. L. Reive with Mrs. B. V. Takacs, 521 23 St. S. on Wednesday al p.m. Xi lola will meel al the home of Mrs. Julia Ewing, 1516 15 Ave. S. at on Tuesday. Co- hosless is Mrs. Barbara Ellis and Ihe program will be given by Jenny Stalker. The literature department of the Maithesis Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Pragnall, 832 13 St. S. on Tuesday at p.m. Square and round dancing with the WMrl-A-Ways will be ield in St. Augustine's Parish Hall on Monday at p.m. p.m. All square dancers wel- come. Women are asked to please bring a box lunch. Xi Nu Chapter will hold its regular meeting at Ihe home of Mrs. Phyllis Hall, 326 27 SI. S., Mrs. Carole Perry will pre- sent the program, Northwestern Europe. The ACW evening branch of Jt. Augustine's Church will lold the monthly meetjng at 8 i.m. on Tuesday, with installa- ion'of officers at p.m. Kappa Chapter, Beta Sigma 'hi, will meet Tuesday at p.m. at the home of Mrs. D. Matheson, 1923 22 Avc. S. Ths irogram, express yourself, will given by Claudia Prince. Co- lostesses will be Mrs. C. Forrest and Mrs. P. Peterson. Southminster UCW will meet as follows: Susan Galbraitli, Vednesday at p.m. at Ihe home of Mrs. Felger, 1301 6 IT'S A SMALL WORLD AFTER ALL Children ore children, no matter where they be, and Mrs. Pal Nixon tries to befriend a couple of Ivory Coast children after her arrival at Abid- jan, Ivory Coast. Scene was at "Maison de la (Women's an in- stitution supported by the Ivory Coast first lady to in- struct young women in domestic science, sewing, cooking and child care. Mrs, Nixon is on the last lap of a three-nation Afri- can lour. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upslalri) EVERY THURS-t p.m. UKRAINIAN GREEK-ORTHODOX CHURCH BASEMENT Car. 13th Streel and 7th Avenue N. PUBLIC BINGO EVERY TUESDAY p.m. DOOR PRIZE FREE CARDS FREE GAMES BINGO CARDS 25e EACH S CARDS BLACKOUT 5140 IN 57 NUMBERS Ok LESS (Jackpot Increases Weekly) JACKPOT in 7 Number! or Less Three teven number! or less Jackpot S25 each Sorry No person under 16 yean of age allowed Avc. S.; Ellen Denoon, Wednes- day at 3 p.m. at the home of Mrs. S. Ellis, 515 8 Ave. S.; Alma Buchanan, Wednesday, at 2-30 p.m. at the hone of Mrs. W. L Thompson, 526 16 St. S.: and 61 Unit, Monday at p.m. at the home of Mrs. D. S'mLh, 1211 9 Ave. N. The monthly meeting of the Lelhbridge Home Economics Association will be held on Tuesday at 8 p.m. at Uie home of Mrs. Palti Ferguson, 1318 21 SI. S. The program, your health as related to nutrition, will be presented by Mrs. Beth John- son. Members are asked to at- tend. A .citizenship ceremony will be held at a.m. Tuesday in Ihe Lethbridge Oourt House, with Judge V. A. Cooney pre- siding. Guest speaker -will be W. S. Russell, Q.C., and the IODE will present greeting cards. Following the ceremony, Dr. F. H. Mewburn OBE Chap- ter, IODE, will host a recep- tion al S't. Augustine's parish hall. Tau Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, wiil meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Ruth Elzinga, 1402 13 St. S. Co-hos- tess is Mrs. Verna Blair. The program, pictures, will be pre- sented by Mrst. C a r a n Moss and Mrs. Delia Pearson, with feature speaker Mrs. I o n a Kajari. "ITCHING TORMENT Was Killing Me.. i I I a medication and got joyful I Sufferers of vaginal llch, rectal itch, l underarm Itch, rash, scales, eczema I report a proven lormulatlon called EiCCMENE chocks ILchlirg agony fusl- 1 Tliis famous crcnie medication flghl.t JrritaUng bacteria, relieves clinging and Inirnlnp while It penlly toothci nm-.inflamed tissue. Calmsnerveends so (hi? lo scratch stops, natural Jicnlinc starls. So for welcome relief, i mBlCOZEXElodayatjourdrufiBisU DRY CLEANING PER LB Minimum per order LEE DUCK DRY CLEANERS QUICK........ THRIFT........ BUIK........ COIN-OPERATED BY THE POUND 330 13th ST. N. PHONE 328-5333 WOMEN NEEDED TO TRAIN FOR 9 Medical Receptionist Dental Receptionist Practical Nursing This is a home study course which can be com- pleted in 16 weeks. High School Diploma not necessary to qualify. Training need not interfere with prcsenl employment. Out of town enquiries welcome. ESTABLISHED SINCE 1963 WRITE GIVING PHONE NUMBER TO CAREER TRAINING LTD. NO. 3 113 16 AVENUE N.W., CALGARY, ALTA. "Registered under Ihe Alberta School Regulations Act" 426 I3lh ST. N. PHONE 328-4536 STRETCH KNIT SEWING CLASSES START TUESDAY, JANUARY 11th 8 LESSONS FOR ONLY LEARN TO MAKE: T-Shirti Zippers without seams Slacks Gerd Skirts Al Patco Swtale i Bathing lulls Lingerie Louenft PHnct 'Iniliuctor" ;