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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Pretty Girls Clean Grounds Midway Garbage Collectors Evef wish your garbage col- lector was pretty enough to win a beauty contest? The trfhbridge and District Exhibition Board has come up with six girls wlio add to the sights at the fair and take away from the cluttered look of the grounds, Shelly Little, 16-year-old Left- bridge Collegiate Institute stu- dent and Linda Hosenfelt, 16- year-old Winston Churchill High School student are making pef hour for spending money and are getting a "great tan." "Working from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. is a long day and we walls for miles, said Shelly. "It is only a few miles but carrying the bucket and the spiked sticks makes it seem lite millions." The girls said they get some smart remarks from some of the younger crowd but there are lots of nice people too. "Some people come up to us and drop their garbage in our buckets instead of dropping it on the ground, and ask us how the work is said Linda "One of the good things abou the job, but one which we car. take advantage of is the offer free rides on the midway. "The best thing, though, finishing at the end of the day The idea of being able to ge off our feet and relax is a fea treat." On the other side of the ledger, Lfoia said the walking heat and the rain is the wors thing. SPIKE ALONG CREW Women Deal In Casinos Says Order LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) The Nevada labor commis- sioner says this town's gam- bling casinos have got to quit dealing women out of jobs at the craps and blackjack tables. Casinos elsewhere in Ne- vada, have long hired women to deal cards and run dice games, but until now Las Vegas has reserved such em- ployment for men. The breakthrough Wednes- day was made by Arden John- son, 32, who had filed a dis- crimination complaint against the Desert Inn hotel, owned by Howard Hughes. Miss Johnson, a divorcee with two children and an ex- perienced dealer in casinos in other Nevada cities, told Labor Commissioner Stanley Jones that her application for a Desert Inn job turned up no- thing but snake eyes. Jones held Wednesday that Miss Johnson had indeed been discriminated against, re- marking that she "had better qualities than some of the men who had been hired." He directed all casinos to open up dealer jobs to women forthwith. "I've worked with wom.en before and they don't handle it complained Glenn Fore, a dealer at the Interna- tional Hotel. "Mechanically they are cap- able, but not emotionally." Friday, July 24, 1970 THE tETHIKIDGE HERALD 19 WHEN YOU THINK MINK today, you may have to change your preconceived Ideas of the luxury fur. Here is a new hat done in plaid mink that was shown recently in New York. The Homemaker By Elizabeth Bartman, District Home Economist Wome Economics Male Dean TORONTO (CP) The dean if the College of Home Econ- smics at the University of Manitoba does not sew, does not and is a man. The appointment of Dr. ewis E. Lloyd in Winnipeg tiree years, ago brought out- from home economists across Canada, but soon after he University of British Co- umbia followed suit by ap- xiinting a male dean. Now the Jniversity of Toronto's faculty of food science, formerly the acuity of household science, is dvertising for a dean and is ot specifying sex. At a convention for home economists and dietitians held lers recently, Dr. Lloyd did not et the strong preponderance of vomen stop him from expound- ig on his favorite theme: that public image of the home economist should be changed. "People still look of home economics as the traditional ooking and sewing but they re so he said. He eels the image prevents more men from signing up for tome conomies courses. TOP TEN LEISTER'S MAIL ORDERSI Tick off selections you warn and tend lo us. You'll receive your records for only each. Please Add 15c Postage on Orders and under, f 1. INDIANA WANTS ME-R. Dean Taylor 2. THE LOVE YOU SAVE-Jackson Five 3. SONG OF JOY-Miquel Rios 4. SILVER BIRD-Mack Lindsay 5. BIG YELLOW TAXI-Joni Mitchell 6. STILl HilL-Happy Feeling 7. SPILL THE WINE-Eric Burden e. LIGHTS OF TUCSON-Jimmy Campbell BAND OF COLD-Freda Payne 10. HUMPHREY THE CAMEl-Jack and Misty COMING EVENTS IRISH ROUGHS "in concert" EXHIBITION PAVILION Thurs., August 13th Tickets Available at leisters WE ARE NOW STOCKING 8 TRACK PRE-RECORDED CARTRIDGE TAPES HEAR GARNET AMPLIFIERS ON STAGE CFCN CHANNEL 13 MOBILE AT LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION GROUNDS ON THE AIR P.M. L LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDO., IrTTHBRIDGI NAME ADDRESS Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Our son Bill, who is 23, went into tte service at 18 and married at 20. He has been in a hospital in Vietnam for ten months and will be coming home soon. Six. months after he left home his wife had an afiiar with one of his friends. (Some friend.) Someone wrote and told Bill about it and he nearly went out of Ms mind. He decided to forgive her and try to make a go of the marriage. The problem is that I caiinot forgive her. I hate the sight of that girl and I never want her to set foot in my house again. I haven't told Bill how I fee! because I don't know what it will do to our relationship. He is my only child and I can't bear to lose him. Please help me. Heartache DEAR COVINA: Bill is going to have enough to cope with when he gets home. Please don't burden him with choosing between his mother and his wife. Find the strength, somehow, to accept the girl. If HE can find it in his heart to forgive her, you can. And you must or you'll wind up on the outside looking in. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I read an interesting article on unfaithful husbands in a Canadian magazine recently. Refer- ence was made to a couple married 25 years. The man figured he had made love to his wife about times. He observed that after times, even if it was all Chateau- a man might like some cold lobster for a change. Why can't women understand this? Most men, if they are normal, stray occasionally. A wife who raises hell about it will not look more attractive to her husband, nor will she make him behave better. She will sim- ply wear out her vocal cords, streak her makeup and drive any thought of romance (with her) out of his mind for at least two weeks. La Rochefoucauld said, "There may be good marriages but there are no exquisite ones." I know you can't endorse but millions of women read your column and an enlightened approach such as this one could start a trend. How about you dare? Creek DEAR BAT: A trend: Toward what? Longer leashes? Sanctioned infidelity? What about a trend for women who might enjoy cold lobster "for a Your letter is in- teresting, indeed, but it leaves some unanswered questions. When you can provide the answers I'll print them. Unsure of yourself on dates? What's right? What's wrong? Should, you? Shouldn't you? Send for Ann Landers' booklet, cents in coin and a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope. "Dating Do's and enclosing with your request 35 Dandelions, dandelions every- where dandelions. I for one ad- mire their beauty en masse. But keep the mass away from the wind channels to my gar- den! However, there is anoth- er aspect of the beauties which can be appreciated. Do you know it? It's honey, dandelion honey. Very tasty, it's delicious, in fact I know because Mrs. S'. Real of Taber gave me an in- troduction to it some time ago. Mrs. Real is one of the produ- cers who put a total of five to six million pounds of honey from southern Alberta to mar- ket every year. That is part of Alberta's honey crop, the largest from any of the Canadian provinces. There are many flavors in honey, because the bees love clover, buckwheat and whatever other blossoms there are in pro- fusion. Their preferences give a delighftul range of flavors to enhance many foods on our din- ner tables. Ways with honey is a folder of tasty recipes printed espe- cialpy for you. Do request a copy from your extension office. I highly recommend the honey French dressing for an accompaniment to leafy lettuce which is now 'in your garden. Try the honey chocolate cake too. Canadian fresh fruits. are coming onto the time for the B.C. cherries now you may find this dessert a treat. Honey Fruit Melange. Cut up fresh fruit into 4 individual serv- ing dishes. Marinade with live following: cup of liquid honey, 1 tablespoon freshly chopped candied ginger and 1 tablespoon lemon juice. Chill two hours before serving. To keep fresh peaches from darkening drizzle liquid honey over them. There is an exotic flavour the with file added honey. When your garden yields green peas, drizzle honey over the cooked and buttered vege- tables. Honejj cinnamon butter is something different for morn- ing toast. Cream together Vt cup honey, cup butter, Vz tea- spoon cinnamon. Spread on toast, hot rolls or biscuits. HoneyJiutter sauce is a tasty treat over pancakes or waffles. This recipe makes cup sauce. Heat until blended: cup honey, 3 tablespoons butter, 1 teaspoon lemon juice, tea- spoon vanilla. Substitute honey for sugar sometimes. Here the general rule is to reduce the amount of liquid in the recipe by three tablespoons for each cup of honey used. The total amount of salt should be increased by teaspoon to teaspoon. If more than one cup of honey is used, add Vt teaspoon soda for each extra cup. Cookies and cakes made with mney are well known for their t e e p i n g qualities, because of the ability of honey to absorb and retain moisture. This is important to the home- maker who does her baking in advance. FRENCH LESSONS CUT WEST VANCOUVER, B.C. (CP) A program of oral French classes in West Vancou- ver elementary schools will be sharply reduced or eliminated altogether as part of an econ- omy move, the district school superintendent, Nelson. Allen, has reported to the West Van- couver school board. He also said the district has experienced difficulty obtaining qualified French teachers. WARTS AN HERBAL REMEDY Umlihllr WARTS on liindi, lict, feet, permanently removed within 3 to S weikl with DtlCHTON'S WART REMOVER. Not an acid, (urmlui to healthy skin. Pharmacy Ltd., and T. Eaton Company Drug Department. CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HALL-Cor. 13th St. and 6th Ave. N. FRIDAY, JULY 24th 8 O'CLOCK BLACKOUT JACKPOT 53 NUMBERS 4th and 8th Games in 7 NUMBERS-13th Game LUCKY DRAW 5 CARDS FOR OR 25c EACH Persons Under 16 Years Not Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB 1620 SOUTH PLAZA SHOPPING CENTRE (Next to Safewoy't) Kit and Kaboodle SALE! Include! Synthetic Wig, Comb, Head and Case. STAMPEDE SPECIAL 1.95 29 See Julie or Shirley at PHONE 328-2203 I FOR VALUE PRICES APPLE JUICE Sun Rype Blue Label 48-oz. tin BACON DAK DANISH...... Mb. tin 99' DRINKS Alberta Gold; Apple, Orange, Grape. 48-ci. tin 269 COTT POP 10-oz. tins......... 121 .00 COOKIES Christies; 1-lb. pkg. Coffee Break Choc. Chip 299 ICE CREAM Purity Vi gal. LEMONADE Sunkist; Pink or Reg.- ..........6-oz. tins PLUMS CALIFORNIA 9 Varieties..... Ib. 31 .00 TOMATOES California 0 11 S JL .00 STEAKS 1.29 Sirloin or Club Ib. 1 JL CHICKENS Lilydale, whole.........Ib. 49 WE CARRY "SCHWEPPES" BITTER LEMON, TONIC WATER, SODA WATER, GINGER ALE and BITTER ORANGE PHONE 328-1751 FOR FREE DELIVERY ;