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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, January 30, 1973 THE IFTHBRIDGE HERALD _ 13 -family Ann Landers DEAR READERS: I asked you 10 drop a postcard in the mail telling me which ten years in ycur life were the best. I promised 10 let you know hmv you stacked up with the majority of the people who wrote. But before I 6a, I'd like to share seme cf the mail v-ith you: From Bubbling In Bethesda; I'm 49 years old and every- thing gets belter except politics, traffic and appliance repairs. M.N'.G. In Minneapolis: My best years are NOW. I am SO and I refuse to Jive in the past. There is nothing there. It's all ahead. Life can he beautiful if we let it. D.W.. Chicago: My best ten years were from 20 to 30. My children were sweet little babies and my husband hadn't started to drink and chase women Dottie M From Columbus. Ohio: My ten years were be- tween 50 and 60. I vent back to work, got a new daughter-in- law. paid off our homo, became a grandmother twice, went to Hawaii, shook hands with the Pope. G.M.W.: My bes; ten were from 8 to 18. Then I got married. J.T. from Jacksonville. Florida: The best ten years for me were as 5-15 best for education; 20-30 best for romance: 55-55 best for finances: 65 began tie best ten years for relaxation, freedom from compulsory duties. I retired then snc I love it- Mrs. T.A.M. of L.A.. Cal.: I am 73 and am having a grand time. Better than when I was voting. My fun started I became a wjdo'.v 20 years ago. I live alone, est when 1 pleafe. go to church and square dancing. Nobody bosses me around and men c'on't boiher me. Seveii'.v Sever. Any ton years could be my best. There are two years I would like to forget, from April 7. 1917 until May 16. 191'.1. I in the famous Rainbow Division of World WOT One. That was supposed to be the War to end wars, We never learn, i; seems. Ann P Lonp-iew. Wahingron: I'm only 16 but my first ten year? were It's rough a teenager. R.B.V ery. Ala.: The best year? arc from 62 to 72. relsNor'. I cat less, go to bed later, get up have to f.sht traffic. Can stay home if it s co'ci or -ainjng C.S.B.: Life be cms at 40. I could write a play about it but I it's slresdy been done. Mr.-. BalrL-icrc. Md.: I am 70 now an6 my best years w-ert1 2o tp 3o. We were strangling together then. my husband and I. The thrill of having babies, working to- gether for a was us against the world. And what a marvelous we had. Those days were beautiful. IV. R., Texas: I'm a wife, age and the ten best years ar? the ten years counting backwards from Lhjs miMr.eij'L on. Mrs. R.C.R. from Hacienda Heights. Cal.: I'm 52 now and every year gels I look forward to even' day and have no desire tc IU.T. clock back ever, coe minute. So Lhcre you have a sampling but the years that were the roople who wrote were from 40 to 50. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Our neighbors are nice but they are prorrastinators. For example: 'Their Christmas lights were up through Jtr-.e. An o'.d jusk car was in their front yard for weeks They sapped painting their bouse halfway through the jcb bwa-jse they ran out of paint We've ex- plained th.Lt :rev the neighborhood, Tiiey keep :o improve. ar.d they do for a while. Bui then they revert to o'd ways. Is it passible for a lee-parti to charge its Dizrrazr.ed DE i.R DIZZ: A leopard, no. A human, sometimes. People can and do but I suspect the fundamental problem i? that yo'.ir are siobs. Don't expect any miracles. Your IT. the of a block, is to go over ar.d help then: do what needs to be dene. HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Need Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CAll 328-2360 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OB LEAVE AT 412 Isl AVE S. CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-4536 JANUARY CLEARANCE! DAN RIVER yd PATTERNED CRIMPOLENE 9.49 yd. 2 5 70 MEN'S SLACK FABRICS COTTON KNITS From .75 ond UP POLYESTER AND COTTON PRINTS ond up 25% MANY, MANY MORE UNADVERTISEO SPECIALS YWCA community activities Have you ever been on a penny walk, scrap drive or scavenger hunt? Have you ever tried to make an octopus from wool, a ring out of beads, pic- tures from scraps, or tie-dyed a shirt? A little bit of a little bil of that and you have a recreational hcur for girls eight to twelve years of i the YWCA Blue Triangles. Be-' hind these usual scenes of games, arts and crafLs, sports, skiLs. parties, and special events. Blue Triangles offers a girl opportunities for making friends, working with groups. and ail the fun and enjoyment which can come out of a suc- cessful group achievement. Blue Triangle groups are lo- cated at various comraunity schcols through-out tie city: p.m. Senator Buchanan: D.m. Davidson. Wednesday p.rr..- Fleetwood Bawden. Thursday p.m. Lakeview; p ra. Y Teen groups for girls 1! 15 years are held Wednesdays at Westminster and .Senator All girls are welcome Why EC; come out this week? This next week reeistrations for YWCA programs will be closing ar.d interested persons are inviled to watch for a new session starting in March. Reg- istrations have ceased lor: Mom and me swim, tiny toLs crea- tive movement, mixed volley- bsll, keep fit Monday night at the civic centre, and gymnas- tics for juniors and advanced. Yoga and the guitar classes are also full. One nev; clas? which still has operongs is our jurJor I gymnastics for boys at Gilbert I Paterson Saturday iriorninas JO a.m. i A morning out. a cup of cof- j fee, a few hours sway from the lads, stimulatins conversa- j Lion, parhapj a gijest speaker. I or a film, or a lour ar.d even a bit of exercising all this is Ladies Take A Ert-at. If you think of or know o' a group of ladies in your area who would j a morning cf: cori-.act the YV.TA and we'll a TAB group for you End ar- range for Lhe babysitting. Give yourself a break and Take A Break with Lhe YWCA. English classes for New Cana- dians have slaned end persons wishing to learn to speak and write the English language are invited to come out Lo these classes. Wednesdays a.m. nrjnh side library. p.m. YWCA. Thursdays D.m. YWCA. calenar o- i i 'a ten dc fk Ehick is back :r-.? c- or. inc -own, tcsMon-ccriECiDjs Dsnise c- looks erect in this stylish 0-CE5 -'rr'-.rino b'cc< crepe bodice with sceopeo re des'cn. loca A public meeting o: the Chrls- tian Science will be Wednesday at p.m. m the church auditorium. 1203 Ave. S. Everysne welcome. Preceptor Eta Chapter. Sigma Phi. tonigh; at p.m. at the home cf Mrs. Ruth Laurie. 2530 S. Mrs. Earia Olapm will the program on Louis XIA's' France. Tne Y's will hold their meeiicg Wednesday a: S EI Ihe'horae of Mrs. 5. ANAF auxiliary. j appoints officers ,_ p m. EI me rsorae or o. -Ei.l pholo HendersDn Lafcewood Ed. Past president is Eileen Mar- Other officers named to the executive were Eileen Eurc- secretary: Bermce Sch- weitzer, treasurer: Chris -Miles. a: arms: Sara Gove. standard bearer; and Et'fie MacAulay. Sarah Jarne. Jolane Dickout and Dolly 3 e r c 1 a D d, executive members. Installation ceremonies were roricrmed by Mr. C. K. Me- Neely, first rice president of the provhcial command. The auxiliary donates to va- rious local and naticnsi chari- es. as well as prodding assis- tance to members o: the asso- ciation arc in need. Membors are ren-inded Lhat :he rMxiliary every third Monday o: the month at S p.m. i.1. the club. j The McNally Women of Vr.v faTm will hon tie men's orca-i- i zaiion at the annual pctluck ner of horce-grown products a; am. Wednesday a: :h; home of Mr. and ilrs. La- Valley, Vsifarm economist mer Alien w-Jl speak on I valuation. CONTINUING JOE GREEN'S MEN'S and WOMEN'S ODDS and ENDS WINTER BOOTS ,89 TEENERS' SHOES Vclues to S19 Now Only WOMEN'S SLIPPERS Reg. to S8 Now Only LADIES' DRESS SANDALS AND PUMPS CHOOSE FROM GOLD CROSS PAVEL WOOLLEY. REG. to 4-89 13.89 Men's Shoesodds ond Ends QQ Another Table 00 Values to S30 CHILDREN'S SHOES SAVAGE AND BUSTER BROWN Reg. to 13 NOW Downtown on 6ln Street OPEN THURSDAY TILL 9 F M ana out Th? Trave; Club recently held a winter poUuck ricnic 5i Park Lake Provincial Park. ANNE SLATER PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 S500 JACKPOTS LETHSRIDGE ELKS IODCE ROOM 'Upfrairs1 EVERY THU3S-S p.m. Raffle Winner Congratulations to MR. MAURICE MARTIN OF REGINA Winner of Kappa Chapters Christmas Draw 1972 Individual Income Tax Reti (and Canada Pension plan Return, if app AFTERNOON BLNGQ EVAETRIPT' MOOSE HALL 1234 3 Ave. No. JACKFOT WON EVERT WEEK "-E 'A'CK'ES1 C; T-L- '-'O05E No Unicr 16 AMewecj Everybody Welcome LETMBRIDGEFISH Q j IU WEDNESDAY SGAA1EASSOC. AT 8 P.M. IN THE EAGLES HALL 13th St. N. 5110 JACKPOT IN 55 NUMBERS FREE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS Hth. Sth and IN 7 NUMBERS NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 it's SIMPSONS-SEARS SEWING MACHINE RENTAL lots of mcnHiirj to do? A wedding icon? A yrn lo be croolive? Rpnl nnd Sew with a gorgeous KENMORE ZIG ZAG from S'nipions-Secin. Telephone 328-9231 OF Drcp In Al Simpsons-Searsr Centre Village Mall For Complcla Dflaili and easier than it look? The new tax form is for b'j- no! o{ it aprlies to all I o.-ist voJ read it And whc VO'J i1 get it right, ii you a riorum. cr ca to your District OM'ICE, For more hs'r. simply your District Taxation O1' it's long distance, dial the operate- na ssk tor ZENITH 04000 (it's Natiorv.l ;