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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Just Jude By JUDE TUR1C Although Wayne Xewion really had something going mth Dream; of An Even-day Housewife, he could have made a smash on her shopping nightmares. As or.e of those on the other side of being a house- wife, my firs; experience with the spectacular morn- ing sale, is still fresh in my mind. Necessity, as they say, hemg the mother of inven- tion, forced me 10 crawi out of the sack at an un- taicAvn-io-huir-ans hour and drift toward the big store Fully expecting to be the one and only creature stirring on the streets, the sight ahead produced a wide-eyed stare. A gasde of females haunted the sidewalk out- side the piace. peering into the windows for signs of staff-life, trying ihe doors occasionally and checking the list of sale goodies with fat red and blue marks. on earth possessed all those women to stand out front with bags in their hands and curlers in their hair was beyond my understanding. It was barely 9 a.m. a tune for sleeping, not communal carousing! The doors were unlocked, the staff stepped aside, and the hoarde swept in coats a-3yin'. Momentarily forsenir.g the reasons behind my participation in this I siood aside {the only safe spot by now'i watching them descend upon table after table of bargains. They snatched from one another, haggled over who had first, and let go with pleased screams as something cheaper was found. It was unbelievable a thing that's only supposed happen in and even then at a less voracious pace. 1 silently thought. My goal was but a few counters down, and the way was fairiy cleared. Picking up the sectary pair of clearance-mitts-in- assoned I handed them to a harried salesclerk. She stopped and said incredulously 'is that Embarrassed to be such a petty buyer among the big-time spe-ders. I whispered a yes. grabbed the bag and ricocheted from one bargain hunting body to another in a hasty exit. Anci have never even brave ('or stupid) enough to try again. Lei the housewives rule as they midst. Thursday, Jonucry 11, 1973 _ THE f Thieving workers blow candy caper DIAMOND WEDDING ANNIVERSARY A fcn-.ily din- ner was held recently In honor cf Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hcrk- er on the occasion cf their 60th wedding anniversary. Hostesses were their daughter; Vcnna Hedensirom end Alice Birk. Both Mr. and Mrs. Horker were bcrn in LMah, moving to Albsrla in 1900 end marrying here. They re- sided in Magrath for 31 years, wiih Mr. Hcrker serving on lown council and as president of the Lions Club. Mrs. Horker formerly held the presidency of the Taylcr Stake Relief The retired to Lethbrio5e in 1970. They have rwo children, five g ran a children and 13 Great- grandchildren. MOSCOW (AP) Workers at Candy Factory Ko. 1 in the central Siberian city of Keme- rovo were routinely frisked at the end of their shirts to com- bat petty pilferage. But they stole the factory blind any- way. Great quar'Jiies of con- fections, as well as eggs, sugar, btrrter. condensed Tri'ly, braDdy and other li- quors used in making the candy, were regularly dis- appearing, the Communist party newspaper Pravda re- ports. i CSj Sec ViSiTStij tljdt OuT ptriuce is tasty." factory di- rector I. V. Cberepanov told Pravda correspondent V. Prokhorov who wrote an ex- pose called '-lie Swees Life." boiv do we ieep people from stealing it? We'll just have to keep up the struggle.'' Cherepanov ordered posters put up saying cot Controversial conference lheaded father of six Golden Mile Next tteck: Monday: Keep fit a.m. Old time dancing 2 p.m. Tuesday: Ringing 10 rj-tn. Whist drive p.m. Casa prize. Thursday: Bingo 2 p.m. Casb Friday: Meeting at p.m. The factory's trade union and Communist party committees held group (fecussions on the moral issue of stealing from the state. Watchmen in- creased their vigilance at the (acton- gate. The posters and discussions apparently had little effect. But the watchmen had luck. They cstight one voting fe- male worker when about 10 ounces of chocolates ieil out of her bouffaat hairdo. They found sht had regularly smuggled candy out of the factory in her hair and bras- siere. WOMEN USED SAFE The Communist party ne-.vs- paper also told of L. Khoml- yanskaya. a woman shop chief who kept a b htr office. presumably for funds, ard records. One day a watchman asked her to open the safe and ihey found 32 boxes of assorted chocolates, fu chcc-olaie me- dallions, a selection of choco- late figurines. 22 pounds of a chocolate candy called "rj- BINGO Scandinavian Hall 229 12lh SI. "C" N. Fri., Jan. 12th Starts el p.m. Dfron Open al 7-00 p.m. 5 Cards for SI.00 GOID CARDS PAY DOUBLE EACH 51.00 4'h. end 12lh in 7 Numbers or less WORTH S20 in 52 Nu-ben Sorry No One Under Yran cf Agi Allewid ana out toiuii An open house wiH be held In honor of the recent marriage ol Dorothy Miller to Cyril G. Hoult Sr., at the home of C. G. Houl: Jr.. 2300 13 N. No. 47 Bridge Villa Estates Friday rrom 7 p.m. TO 9 p m. Fr.eods ami relative? are invited to csll. UNITED NATIONS AF' A father of sis uho feeis his generauc-n was short- sighted in population plannng is in a key spo: to make amends. Antonic Carrillo Flores. me: M.exican foreign miister. heads the most ambitious at- tempt yet to deal with the com- and controversial on a global scale. He is see-etary- general ot the World Population Conference to be held in Au- gust. 1974. The world's pocu- lation is estimated to double by the year :CO6 if the current rs-c- pcr-cent grovi-th rate coniinues. "Firs: of all. you have to try to assure even- country that in corning to the conference it is not coinmircin2 itself to a birth- control program." Carriiio Flores revs in discussing one of the most sensitive points. "Sorae couro-ies have already asked. 'Well, if there is too: much popuia'jon h the world why should cenain countries be pinpointed to reduce their popu- lation? Why aren't others asked to reduce theirs? Especially. since the cmsunrpdori and use for members who will be bazaar, intern fMd fair and tea in March. i.-e Golden Mile Sineers will taxirg into entertain at .Nursing -S'o. 1 priority the Eoaie at 2 p.m. sharp. the are Sunday: The Golden MJe Singers will entertain at the ainciiary hospital at 2 p n. Coming Events: Annual meet- ing and election of onicers oa Jan. 31 at 2 p.m. Noteworthy: Member b i t> conference is to terest of every tr.it v.-_l ;ace its cards are available at the cen- tre for rbe neir year. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday Evening, January llth Sponsored by todies' Aid of St. Peler end Si. Pool's Church STARTS P.M. SHARP-PARISH HAU CORNER 12lh STREfT E AND 7lh AVENUE NORTH Jackpot Starts at S125 and is Won Every Thursday 2nd Jackpo! in 51 Numbers Sth-7 No. Joclipo: SI4-Po( 0' Go.y S100 2SC PES CARD OR 5 FOR 51.OO ALSO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZI Persons 16 years not allowed are much "It is very important that the poor co'jiitries. the developing countries, don't get the imp'rss- th-.t the rich countries are telling them: "You reduce your population and all your prob- Jems will be solved.''' NO SINGLE FORMULA I With these thorny Issues, among others, facing the con- ference. Carrillo Flores told an interviewer: "I don't think it's '.o try to devise a single for- mula. Even if you were to come to the conclusion that the world a; a whole has a problem be- cause its population is crowing too fast, it would r-ot be "Your 'rich uncie' the! we've been buttering up for the lest 15 years wants to borrow a hundred dollars." Pistol packing deputy NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE LTD. SUCCESS THRU SERVICE WE TRADE HOMES SHOW HOME OPEN Thursday 7-9 p.m. Friday p.m. Saturday 2-4 7-9 p.m. Sunday 2-4 7-9 p.m. VIRGINILLO HOMES 2077-19 Street North We also have new hornet built by: Walter Ciarny Homes Ltd. 9 Geo. Schlichter Suriano Homes person to ao through show home will receive a Certificate which entitles (he recipient to oblcm 5200.00 from one of Ihe Contractors listed above upon the purchose of a new home from said Conlroclor. Certificate lo remain in forca lill September 1, 1973. FOR PRIVATE SHOWINGS CONTACT ANY ONE OF THE 15 BLOCK BROS. SALESMEN BY CALLING 326-2356 Mrs. Natow. Mrs. Nitow hoard? t'ortic: and V.S. vessel? in the iVO- erauons as a guard against TEACHES DEFENCE Mrs. also handles theft from women voorldng at a harbor cannery and teaches classes LT female telf-drfenot1. Since ihe Harbor Pacrol the U.S. Coast Guard and other government illegal trans- ir alii-ns and the s in u g g 11 n g of dangerous she is armed With a A city policewoman for four years p-or to fining the Rsr- bor Patrol. Sirs. Natow :s married '.o a motorcycle po- liLVr.-.an and is the mother of two sons. S. and Todd. SO. Along with the 41 male de> utlss on duty in Los Anjeles Mrs. Nf.tow patrols by cor. helicopter, and OLD SALESMEN NEVER DIE new his driver's licence, Sinn facturers ooen: for 'nreE firrr.s 'p :r spsciaiizsd :iie bjsineii, rz; e' active in he t sic-wed CCV-T b't pe a cr.6 s'.-ee'crr he knows his re j rnsnu- i'-g, and -3 remain flask of brandy. Chocolates and brandy are ftill expensive in the Union and Mrs. Khomlyans- kaya'5 hoard represented a bakers strike out LOXTJOX P.sT.er VTorkers a: a London ery are threateni-: go on thL-Vibc.-j: LocksmiLh Leoind spike ssy Oje c: ihe chenko 17.-... __ TThe-i wstchmen searched Ato-jt K. .i--.e-5 the refrigeraior they ;Trr..i brke-i ou: of :-e EDDY 6'-: bottles of brandy, a g-ost 'iorraa-- for I Cf vaner.- of candies and a hi: wc-k' ;--ho'jr Fur-iiurs bucket of butter fiiched j shi'Lc. wan: :he sni-'t PHCS'r from the 1 Pravds slid OrJK'i.-rhe-io explanation shn- ThErJfo lime like new tc b'.'V c Snsw Blowef simple: "1 the rjrer TO ._ DURING OUR WAREHOUSE eat it. and to CLEARANCE SALE! "DO VOU -._ g H.F. r d- y'rO? Pravda ''Xn 5 H.P. S34S. rnjvement to deferd cnenko cot uader way at the j In'ernational Harvester get of: r Service rrobaior.. kaya was transfemrd ;T S' Drivt SIOTH- 327-3'I5 IN LETHBRIDGE: 613 4th Avonuc South Tcl ;