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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wsdnwday, January 27, 1971 - THE ItTHMIDOE HERALD - 17 Value'Village I THEIR HUSBANDS ARE SLATED TO BE MOON-BOUND - Louise Shepard, Joan Roosa and Louise Mitchell, left to right, are wives of the Apollo 14 astronaut* who are scheduled to be launched Jan. 31 from Cape Kennedy, Fla., in their spaceship*or a trip to the moon. Alan B. Shepard Jr., commander of the flight, and Edgar D. Mitchell are slated to land on the moon and Stuart A. Roosa will pilot the command ship. Ann Landers OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. Hometown Food Sale! Nabob; Regular or fine grind Coffee ��Kpkg'. l DEAR ANN LANDERS: I need the advice of an adult wbo doesn't know me. Please don't let me down. Last night I was at my girl friend's house. (We have been best friends ever since third grade. We are both 14 now.) She made me promise I would never tell a soul if she let me in on her big secret. After 1 promised, she took a key out of a hiding place and opened a cedar chest. She started to sliow me her "fun stuff." I nearly keeled over. This girl has shoplifted at least $300 worth of merchandise. What scares me is that she has plenty of money and can buy anything she wants. Another queer thing, Ann, there wasn't one article in that chest that she can use. She has dozens of packages of fish food and she has no fish-needlepoint canvasses and thread and she doesn't even know how to sew. She has shoplifted an electric heating pad, carpenter tools, fishing equipment, corn and bunion plasters-the craziest stuff you can imagine. The price tags are on everything. She likes to look at this junk and recall the fun she had getting it out of the store. I now know there is something wrong with her, but I don't know what to do about it. I have promised not to tell, but maybe I should-for her own good. PJease advise me. Ann. I am-Scared Sick. DEAR S.S.: A promise is a promise. You must not' betray your friend. But you must somehow get across to her that she is sick and needs help. If she gets caught she could be in serious trouble. She must tell everything and ask to be taken to a doctor. In ttie meantime, here's a word for you. DON'T go shopping with this girl. If she is caught stealing and you are with her, you could be in trouble, too. * * w DEAR ANN LANDERS: A young friend of mine (age 23) recently married an up-and-coming executive and she needs some advice. The girl's parents are from the old country. They were farm people-what we would call peasant stock. Her father has no manners. He belches in company without saying "pardon roe" and blows his nose at the table. Their clothes are shabby and they don't fit in with her husband's friends. Although they never drop in uninvited, other guests have come by while they were visiting. The girl is ashamed of her parents and wants to know if she should apologize for them- privately, of course-or should she say notliing and hope it will not injure her social standing? What do you say?- Spokane Dear Spoke: Since Mrs. Social Climber is so concerned about what her friends will think she had better not apologize for her parents. They might get the impression that she is ashamed of them-which is an infinitely more unattractive quality than belching out loud. How will you know when the real thing comes along? Ask Ann Landers. Send for her booklet, "Love Or Sex And How To Tell The Difference." Send 35 cents in coin and a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope with your request. Flights relating in Cree VANCOUVER (CP) - An elderly Indian woman making her first flight clutched the arms of her seat as the airliner prepared to take off, but she relaxed and smiled as the stewardess spoke to her in her native Cree. The stewardess was pretty Alice Cardinal, Canada's only native Indian stewardess, who hopes her success will be an example to others. The 23-year-old Miss Cardinal became a stewardess after working for a time as a receptionist for the department of Indian affairs. Miss Cardinal said she chose to fly the most northern routes after graduating from the Pacific Western Airlines training course last June. "I wanted to meet other Indians, and Eskimos, and to find out about their living conditions." she said. Miss Cardinal said native passengers on her flights seldom say anything, "they just stare." But there were times when the young Indian girl - from the Saddle Lake Indian reserve 131 miles northeast of Edmonton - didn't think she'd make it. She said teachers ridiculed her "silly questions" at school on the reserve and she learned to keep her mouth shut. When she left the reserve after completing Grade 8 she went on to high school in Edmonton. She often wondered if she'd survive as she boarded with a strange family in a large city. But Miss Cardinal was willing to. compromise and she proved she could do what she set out to do. She became a modern jet-age girl who can greet passengers in the old Cree language. "It's; time for Indians to adapt to modern society," said Miss Cardinal, "but not to give up their culture." Jelly Powders Nabob ^ Q for ^ FINAL 3 DAYS OF BENEFIT SHOES' 615 4th AVE. S. JANUARY CLEARANCE 3.00 Sal.' 9 Teeners Loafers Regular to 9.95 pr. 9 Oddments In Party Shoes C-00 Regular to 16.95 pr. Sale w 9 Short lines Of Gold Cross, Lavallee and Red Carpet 1CV00 Regular to 37.95 pr. Sale I 9 Teeners Leather Drawstring Purses Regular 7.00 oath, Sale J% MANY OTHER UNADVERTISED SPECIALS SHOP EARLY THURSDAY AND FRIDAY _OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY Till 9 P.M. Purity Flour 20 lb. bag 4.48 Fruit Cocktail 4,r Hunts; 14-OI. tins King size Sunlight Detergent 5.1* Sunlight Liquid 65* 32-oz. bottle t$Mk WIN A SNOWMOBILE CONTEST RULES Every purchase of advertised product or group of product in this sale bill under which is printed "This Purchase Entitles You To An Entry In The Hometown Shopper Contest." Ask the cashier for a contest entry form. Fill in your name, address and phone number and deposit it in contest entry box at this store. Cold Cream 59* Ponds IVi-oz. jar' Wax Acre; liquid 27-oz. tin Scotties Economy assorted 3 . 95* Bathroom Cashmere .. Thlue 6 ,,69� Paper Towels Viva double pack........each 55H Ketchup tlbby,,^^ \ for .00 Beets iibby,,; dk,d w 1 for .00 Peas � � libbys ........ 14-oz tins % ) for .00 Sauerkraut rt-A 1 "for .00 Corn 1 %VI iB libby's........ l**x. tins % 1 for .00 Margarine -� - J L75' libby's; Alphaghetti Beans with Pork Red Kidney Beans Peaches ubbA Tomato Juice ua*�. Pineapple Juice . 14-oz. tins libby's; . 14-oz. tins libby's 19*oz. tins 14-oz. tins 14*oz. tins Hawaiian Gold; ...... 48-oz. tins 4 2 4 3 5 3 for for for for for fo 89* 55f 89* 89s 4 M DON'T DO IT Do not let frozen food sit at room temperature to thaw-use the refrigerator or put it in the oven at low heat. Voliie*Village . . * never missing that goodnight kiss. �ftO* ____ ^JMBk FRYERS &rtuM, 39� Pork Roast Fresh Picnic ................................... lb. 39* , , .....�� Sides of Pork Cut and Wrapped ...................:. ... lb. 39* Spareribs Heavy ............................................ lb. 29* Side Bacon Lazy Maple .............................. 1 -lb. pkg. Hams .............59* Sausage ST*..............,,45* � - ''�>�- i i 'Value'Village Carrots Bananas local.......Canada No. 1 Golden Ripe Grapefruit in�too Florida 48's ................................... IV R Ji 2.25" Oranges 10, V 7,1" Celery Hearts p, 49' WEEKEND SPECIAL NYLONS Regular, Pair 1.29. !%UC WEEKEND SPECIAL.................... See Many More Lfmidvertised Bargains L'KAYS LADIES' WEAR DOWNTOWN , inrATinwc NORTH LETHBRIDGE 12 4�h Avenue South * 312 13th Street North OPEN THURSDAY TILL 9 P.M. alue'Village Cinnamon Knots ooz. 55** Orange Loaf Cakes 49* (Mada from frtsh Oranats) lach Walnut Layer Cakes - 65' Lemon Tarts 6 48* OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. ValueVillage ;