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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: How about a word of encouragement for us unemployed folks? There are a lot of us these days and we need a lift. I have been a widow for 12 years. I worked full time to support my child. In addition to my job I went to school at night so I could qualify for a better-paying position. All the years I worked I never drew a dime of unemployment compensation nor did I ask anyone for help. The last company I worked for was shut down several weeks ago. I had to go on unemployment or starve. There just aren't any jobs to be had in this town and I was up against it. It's bad enough to be on welfare, but the insults I have to take when I go downtown to collect my check makes starving to death an attractive alternative. The first question the woman at the unemployment office asked me was, "Did you lower your starting wage?" Then she gave me a speech about how much the state of California paid out last month because of people like me. Finally she shrieked, "It's going to get a lot worse out here in California- what with all you hillbillies coming here thinking you can live on oranges. You're not bad looking. Why don't you get married?" I didn't reply to her inane question and turned to walk away. She then shouted so everyone in the place could hear, "I hope you take my advice and say yes to the next guy who asks because if you get laid off again you won't have any fund to fall back on." Are welfare recipients treated so crassly everywhere, or just in California?-Fed Up In Fullerton DEAR FED FULL: I'm sure there are some very pleasant people in the Unemployment Offices in California, but you just happened to pick a lemon - and in the land of oranges yet. I apologize in behalf of the decent folks out there. And please forgive the clod. It might have been something she ate. ? ? * DEAR ANN LANDERS: The correspondent who signed herself "Natalie" is a lucky lady. She described her children's granny as a no bra, platinum blond swinger who wears 20 pounds of costume jewelry and spends her time in beauty salons. My children have a granny and a gramps who have been drunk for 30 years. This pair of kooks has ruined every holiday as far back as I can remember. One day will you please devote a column to alcoholism disguised as "social drinking"? -Marion, Ohio DEAR MARION: I have and I will do so again. Alcoholism has wrecked more mam ages, careers and healthy bodies than any single element known to man. ? ? ? "The Bride's Guide," Ann Landers' booklet, answers some of the most frequently asked questions about weddings. To receive your copy of this comprehensive guide, write to Ann Landers, in care of Canada Wide Feature Service Limited, 245 St. James Street West, Montreal 126, enclosing a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope and 35 cents in coin. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES $500 JACKPOT IETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstair*) EVERY THURS.- 8 p.m. Red Crosr aid sent Over $91,000 worth of aid has been sent by and through the Canadian Red Cross Society to assist the survivors of the recent devastating cyclone and tidalwave that hit the coastal districts and offshore islands of East Pakistan. LOVE AFFAIRS ARRANGED $ The delicate but magnificent electronics of this Instrument makes it possible to offer a five year written replacement guarantee - the best in the industry. Compare at $1,000 for equal versatility and quality in any other makel BE A BIGAMIST - BUY TWO Cor. 3rd Ave. and 13th St. S. Phone 327-1056 .Thursday, January 31, 1971 - THI IETHBRIDGE HERAID - IS Oldtimers elect officers The women of the Oldtimers and Pemmican Club in concluding a year of social activities elected a new slate of officers for the 1971 term. Officers are: Mrs. D. J. Whitney, honorary president; Mrs. Mary Roberts, president; Mrs. Mildred Laqua, vice - president; Honorary memberships The Alberta Association of Registered Nurses' provin c I a 1 executive's head office in Edmonton have requested suggestions for names in the awarding of honorary memberships. The AARN states that honorary members are persons who, "in the opinion of the executive, have rendered distinguished service or valuable assistance to the nursing profession or to the Association." It was asked that persons named not be informed that they had been suggested. The suggestion deadline is Feb. 27, and all names are to be submitted to AARN, 10256 112 St., Edmonton, 12. Mrs. Muriel Colby, secretary; Mrs. Kay Vaselenak, treasurer; Mrs. Ruth Harvey, and Mrs. Helen Belliveau, directors; Mrs. Lilly Sheran, hospital visitation; Mrs. Helen Belliveau, Auxiliary Hospital; and Mrs. L i 1 a McKenzie, and Mrs, Eva Mac-Lean on the buying committee. MEMBERSHIPS - Six life memberships to the Alberta Hospital Auxiliary were presented at the annual meeting of the Women's Auxiliary to the lethbridge Municipal Hospital and Gait School of Nursing. Receiving honors Eleven nursing teachers on health program in north EDMONTON (CP) - Eleven I The field experience, planned were left to right, Mrs A. G. Holmes, Miss A. Linton, Mrs. J. D. Henderson. Mrs. J. S. Stewart, Mrs. F. M. Rose. Also made a life member was Mrs. D. L. Doadt who was not present. EDMONTON (CP) - Eleven nursing teachers from Canadian university schools of nursing left Thursday for a firsthand look at health - care programs in Canada's far northern regions. The seminar - type visits, the first of three involving top nurses from the 22 universities, began Monday with a two-day orientation at the northern region office of the Medical Services branch of tme National Health department, The nurses took part in a one-day orientation session in Inu-vik, 1,200 miles north of here before being flown to isolated nursing stations where they will participate in nursing activities. They'll take part in nursing clinics, admissions and care in nursing stations and health work with community health workers. They'll also meet local health committees. �aienclar local Laf MRS. MARY ROBERTS The field experience, planned by the National Health and Welfare department, will enable the nursing teachers to interpret to their students the needs of northern Canadians and ultimately help prepare nurses to meet these needs. In Ottawa, Health Minister John Munro said he was delighted with the response of the schools of nursing to the program. "I hope that upon their return they will be in a better position to interpret our service to others through their own personal knowledge of conditions.' The second travel seminar will originate from Montreal in February and a third from Winnipeg in March Ladies Auxiliary to Fraternal Order of E a g 1 e s No. 2100 will hold a regular officers meeting Thursday at 8 p.m. at the home of Anne Golia. �  * The Lethbridge Old Time Dance Club will hold another dance on Saturday at the Assumption School (24th St. and 14th Ave. S.) at 8:30 p.m. with the live music of the Westerners. Everyone welcome. LETHBRIDGE SKETCH CLUB BOWMAN ARTS CENTRE - 811 5th AVENUE S. PLEASE NOTE Betty (Oponevich) lewen will be teaching ether mediums in addition to Acrylics - for adults. Clones - Saturdays 7:30-9:30 p.m. COME OUT AND REGISTER AT CLASS JACKPOT BINGO This Evening, January 21st STARTS 8:00 P.M. SHARP - PARISH HALL CORNER 12th STREET B AND 7th AVENUE NORTH Jackpot Starts at $125 and is Won Every Thursday 5th - 7 No. Jackpot $16; Pot 'O Gold $25 25t PER CARD OR 5 FOR S1.00 ALSO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZE Persons under 16 years net allowed Sponsored by Ladies' Aid of St. Peter and St. Paul's Church BEFORE YOU BUY CHECK OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICES We Carry A Full Line of CARPETS FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL . . . Hamilton's Floor Coverings LTD. 909 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-5454 CAC expands magazines OTTAWA - Consumers' Association of Canada (CAC) today announced it is replacing its bi-monthly magazine with two new ones, one in French, the other in English. The former magazine was half-and-half English and French. The English magazine will be called "Canadian Consumer" and the French one, "Le Con-sommateur Canadien." Jean M. Jones, CAC national president, said that the Association bad been planning extension of its services to French - speaking communities for a considerable time. The recommendations of the Royal Commiision on Bilingualism and Biculturalism reinforced the Association's decision to create two magazines, she continued. "We saw the need of producing a magazine in the French language> especially when our Quebec Association so dramatically emphasized the lack of consumer information in French," Mrs. Jones added. The contents of the two magazines will be similar but not necessarily identical, commented; Eric Lux ton, the editor of the magazines. CAC has published a bilingual magazine since 1963 and plans to increase the amount of information in both its publications as increased membership in the Association warrants. msn." gg"wtrceui�M mm.'" ��'mrc