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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta IS THE LcTHSBIDCE HERALD Monday, January 17. 1973- n; .1 r-. -ramint oi: Are yen problems losing; weight you ore. you are nor alone. cr-e six'h of population is seeti by contempor- -o 'M saic :ha: inside Won., Jan. 22 JACKFOT S145 54 NOS. "20 AlARM EINGO" SI Geld Card Pay Daubla Si Deer Priis-Free Cards tMcny ether extras) Regulcr Cards 25c cr 5 far SI 13th St. nrd 6tS Ave. 'A' N. No children under 16 cllowed even" fat man there was a skinny man struggling to get out. Today, the skinnies still want out but they don't want [o have to struggle to do it. For thi? reason a ereat many consumer dollars are spent on cie: books and fsd reducing 10 pounds In on? week." and other sistemerT-s like this, lure the consumer into buying fsd diet plans. I: would be great to lose those 10 poimdi if you could remain healthy snd also if you COLLG keep those 10 pounds off afier the diet is finished. You rr..iy lose weisn; while re on a woulcr.': it be nice :o keep :l--s off after the diet over Tris is why mcs: nurri- recommend retraining yor.7 hsbiis. is :o nke in caiories and 10 use up Tnore calories exercises. If yo'j plan to ".c-se many pounds, you should check viith your doctor. As wci: as running. or bicyclina for exercise, keep VOL- fingers busy cr -ciinries :han esiirg. Cu: down on the si'e of your a; ir.sals do-': have seconds. Don't skio ar.d COE'I lesve G'J: arv foocs for r o u sidp meals. ycu'U WIT: ro or will have a for ihe nex: meal. ada's Feed Guide so you eat zutriuons foods. Ail foods ttortn eatir.g have carries. For your copy of "'sr-s: tr fice. o: PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 1 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. First woman airline pilot ET' y h'cwe. 33. recenily became fhe first women pilof of any scheduled cir in fre A pile: 1953, she hns served 05 fligh-f inEiructor, IFR in- end ci c- fcr an compcny in Colo. Miss Hcwell be cer en c 737 fc-r Frontier Airlines beginning Feb. 5. (AP Wirepholo) Japanese gourmets' gamble irith puffer fish delicacies "-.thjn nur.'jtes, irg to the best the ancur.t of- ----------------------------------------L" this supers iT' 7 r-e bu.-e-d m hdc dcrn works. TVr grounds a calendar of Coca i in gt The Bridge City Toastmis- tress Club will meet Wednes- day at p.m. in Room 1 of the Civic Centre. Sirs. Hilda Erdman, Mrs. Lala Wahl and Mrs. Bernice Spence will speak on the tlieme, history. Further arrangements for the forthcom- ing charter night will be made. New members welcome. Kappa Chapter, Beta Sigma j Phi. will hold a meeting Tues- day at p.m. in the home of'Barb Dawson, 1318 20th St. X. Mrs. Cathy L a n g s t o n aid Mrs. Fayc Coleman will be co-hostesses. Claudia Prince will present the program, pleasures of possession. I Sigma Chapter. Beta Sigma Phi. will meet Tuesday at S 1 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Vic Rude. :i09 17ih Ave. S. Co- 1 hostess will be Mrs. Darryl Singer. The University of Lethbridge Concert Series will present a i program at p.m. in the Yatos Memorial Cer.tre. Performers will be Howard Leytpri-Brown. violin: End Louise Chapman. piar.o. Pieces will include Mozart. Brctims, Hindemith and Stra- vinsky. Tickets are available from Leister's Music, the U of L ?Yi-itcbboard operator the Vstes office immediately prior to the performance. A Burns Tea aid Scottish con- cen will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. at First United Church. j Scottish food, music ar.d fea- tured speaker will be part cf' its afternoon. The general mectirs o-' Mc- KiUop UOV will be hold Wed- nesday. Jan. 31. in the Com- mittee Room at p.m. Execu- :ivo wiil be installed- All mem- bers are asked 10 attend The Occleri unit of Soutnrnin- rer VCV.' will meet Tuesday i a'. p.m. a: Sverj Ericksen's Family ResLiurart. The regular meetinE of Faith wlii be held to- r.irht at 8 p.m. in the Oddfei- I--.TS Hall. Visting Rt-bekahs welcome. Ann Landers DEAR AXN LANDERS: I was a nurse's aid In a hospi- tal. In the main lobby at the front entrance they had a beauti- ful inlaid figure cf a stork on the floor. There was a legend about that stork. If a woman stepped on it when she was leaving the hospital with her newborn baby she would return wilhin the year to give birth to an- other child. I escorted many a mother, baby and proud papa through (hat lobby on the way out and I repeated the legend to all of them. Invariably the new mother laughing- ly said, "Thanks for telling me" and carefully avoided stepping on the stork. More often than not her husband tried to get her to slep on it. This happened so many times I am convinced- that most men would like to have as many chil- dren as they can talk their into. about this? Reader DEAR READER: That game has changed in the last 20 years. .Now only an insecure, ego-hungry male who equates a large family with male viriUty would like his wife to have a baby every year. Even devout Catholics are thinking more rationally about family planning, and I say hooray for them, It's about lime. DEAR AXX LA.N'DERS: Thi? might not seem lite much of a problem to you but it's ruining my life. I'm a 15-year-old girl with dark hair For two years I have been needing to shave ray legs. Mom just gave me permission, but she won't ler. me shave above the knees. She says it isn't necessary. Please help me. H.S. DE.AR H. S.: A girl who shaves her legs should go at Icris: as nigh as the hemline. RECEPTIONIST-TYPIST Required by local CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS OFFICE Provide personal history To Box 59, Lethbridge Herald UKRAINIAN GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH BINGO, TUESDAY, JAN. 23rd, 8 p.m. JACKPOT S105 IN 51 NOS. JACKPOT 4 CORNERS ONLY 585 UP EVERY WIEK 5 CARDS Si.00, 25c PER CARD No One Under 16 yrs. Detail] Announced al Bingo Corner 13th St. and 7th Avs. N., Baiement Docn ot 7 i-iurer ti -nnd r: for divorce CF. A BINGO RAINBOW HALL MSI s.h AVI. N. TUESDAY, JANUARY 23rd of 6 p.m. First Jattpcl S55 in Si Noi. 2nd Jackpot 560 in 57 No. Fres ond Onmej. 25c per Card. 5 Cards SI.CO 3 Free Carres Door Prize No children Under 16 Yean Ai'Cr UNIT 34 A.N.A.F.- BINGO Cor. Slh Avt. Gnd 6lh St. S. TUESDAY, JAN. 23rd, at 8 p.m. IN THE ClUBROOMS First 12 Games First Cord Sl.OO Others 25: eoch 1st No. JacVpof _ S270 Incrsoie SIO Weekly 2nd No. Jcckpot S90 Increase 55 Weekly BLACKOUT 5100 IN 50 NUMBERS OR LESS Sxfrq 5 Gomes Cardj 25c each or 5 for Sl.OO All regular gomes poy double if you win in 7 noj. Or less. MSMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS CENTRE VILLAGE MALI PHONE 328-4536 REGISTER NOW For the Original KNiT and STRETCH Mrs. Louena Prince Lec-n hsw COURSE Beginning January 29lh from 7 to 9 p.m. daily Pre-Regiitration Jon. 22 thru Jan. 27 CLASSES RUN MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY FOR 6 WvEKS 6 CLASSES i'2 Hours Weekly) leciO -ill i i, c'ia droc C'jr j'cre or m c I BAKERS FABRIC CENTRE CENTRE VILLAGE MALL 1 J DISH IS COSTLY T-.e c: a f-rj cLirer ccn be ETC -J-e or species of the fish costs 55 an our.ce. CT. Hverage, a tv arid furfa ste'.v cosis abou: 5'15. Fusu fatalities on amateurs rr." to prepare their and to slice the deadly parts. rhe licensed furj is a man of experier-.ce who sr-ent setting before tail_-.j 5 govemrten: exarrjr.ation. The exam is tough because no antidote has r.ert'Ktec tetrocotoia cites DSSS. htrsbor.d was uzoerzoiaa a divorce so-rrh: for Mvir-lel J e a r, h'jsbird. ?ri" Michael, also a E-er. chance, had re- cf rrormoK prepa- ratio-j and had accui.-ed jecor.- dar." female sexual character- The couple was iiar-r.ed ir, IKc in Engiard. NEVER TOO OLD VVINMPEG 'CP'- The Vnt- cf is oiferirj a r.e" to at- tract older 65 and eve.-. Dr. H. E Duci- president of the univer- s.ty. said decision to oifer was the result of ci its-citations the Aee ar.d Centre ar.a 'rinitcc.a deDartttKrjt of healtii SIMPSONS-SEARS SEWING MACHINE RENTAL Lots of mending fo do? A wedding sgci? A yen to be Ren! and Sew w'fh a gorgecui KENMORE ZIG ZAG from Slmpsons-Ssars. Teleahcne 323-9231 Of Drop In Ai Simpsons-Sears, CerUre Village Mall For Corr.plels Details NEW STEAM CLEANING by Reliable Carpet Care REVOLUTIONARY DEEP CLEANING PROCESS FOP. ALL RUGS, BROADIOOM, FURNITURE Safe Gentle Efficient Thorough Bonded Guaranteed Insured FREE ESTIMATES SERVING LETHBRIDGE AND AREA PHONE 327-4493 OTHER SERVICES ALSO AVAILABLE SIMPSONS bears Nov.- ycu buy all your favourite Wax preparations at a big a-Dcxjble-Deplh Cleansing Cream a rich, pcnelraling cream that gets rid of in your skin lhat soao and water can't rerrcve. 12'; II. or. 52.50 Reg. S5 b-MolslurlzIng Cleansing Cream Cleans deeD down to remove soil, grease, makeup, moisturizes and leaves your skin silky smooth. 9 02. Reg, c-Cup ol Youth A soecial cream blended with For lace and ihroat 4 oz. 53.50 d-Active Moisturizer Provides instant moisture, protects and maintains skin moisture balance. Light-textured. 3 (I. or. 52.T, Rc3. SJ.50 e-Skln Freshener A cool, refreshing lotion that removes old grease and cream. Tones 52.50 Reg. S5 Beourv and Health Quality Costs No More at Simpsons-Scars STOKE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. to 5 30 p.m. Thundoy and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Centre Village Telephone 328-9231 ;