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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta MOD MARGARET? Briiain's Princess Margaret, !efl, was criticized in the London press for the oulfit she wore as she and her niece. Princess Anne, right, await the arrival of ihe Grand Duke and Duchess of Luxem- bourg at Victoria Station. Ann Landers Foursquare church will meet Sunday The International Church of in Lethbridge on Sunday, the Foursquare Gospel will hold an evangelistic outreach STRETCH v STITCHES SWISS HAD! GET THE FACTS Stitehoi. Now competljqu are gelling exclltd I. old) SUPERMA1IC con do more com- 197-1 115 MATIC fl rated Ihe world's molt variolEle tewing machine. DON'T BUY UNIll YOU TRY For free dimoniuallon contact SEWING CENTRE 406 5lh Strut South or under the leadership of Rev. Monty Moore from Calgary. The Foursquare Gospel, which stands for Jesus as savior, healer, baptizer and coming king, was founded in Los Angeles in 1923 by Aimie Semple McPherson. Since then the church has ex- panded- across the U.S.A. and Canada and operates in many other countries throughout the world. It has churches and pastors. The Sunday meetings will be held at a.m. antl 3 p.m. in the Hope Reformed Church building, corner l5Ui St. and 6th Ave. S. Assisting Rev. Moore, will be Dave Hanson, who will illus- trate Ihe message with chalk drawing and special lighting effects. The public is cordially invited to attend. 1( you get something in your eye, don't rub it, but lilt the upper lid over the lower one and let tears wasli out the parti- cle BRENDA'S BEAUTIQUE BEAUTY SHOP 922-5 Ave. N. Phone 328-7366 iNSTAMT HAPPINESS! in (i Wickes Pre-Buiit Home Superb Styling, luxurious living a home designed wilh YOU in mind. UNITS IN STOCK FOR IMMEDIATE SHIPMENT Larcje selection of models, elevations and colors. All homes built to NHA and CMHC Standards. SHOWHOMES OPEN IN LETHBRIDGE, CALGARY AND EDMONTON. Openings shortly in other major centres. Dealer Enquiries Invited Send lor free brochurei and prices now. Wtckes Homci Developments, Div. Mfg. ltd., P.O. Box 1202, Ulhbridge, Ph. 327-3165. No mo Address Ph. No. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Our 16-year-old daughter and her 17-year-old boyfriend can't seem lo keep their hands off each other. She is forever running her fingers through his hair, petting him, smoothing his sideburns or giving his hand a squeeze. They often sit with their arms around one an- other or she sits on his lap. He kisses the palms of her hands or her neck all this in front of anybody: neigh- bors, friends, parents, grandparents. Bolh my husband and I have told them such behavior is not appropriate. They tell us we are old-fashioned, that they are not ashamed of their feelings and love is beautiful. Do you agree with Ihcm? They said you would. I'm not so sure. Her Parents DEAR PARENTS: I agree thai love is beautiful, bul whal you describe isn't love. Pawing, massaging and smooching in the presence of others puts a cheap connotation on some- thing that should he precious and private. DEAR ANN LANDERS: My sister-in-law and I are close fi-iends. We have always been fond of eacli other and now that we live in a duplex we spend a lot of time together. Our husbands are good buddies, too, so it makes it a nice four- some. The problem is that we've gotten into a habit of stuffing ourselves with rich food just for laughs. For last week we made a triple batch of peanut butter cc and we ate every last one. Saturday afternoon we ,d a lemon pie, ate the WHOLE thing and laughed ourselves sick. Last night we devoured a bowl of raw cookie dough (it was two 12-ounce servings of chocolate pud- ding, and then we polished off the leftover roast beef. We aren't fat yet just about 20 pounds overweight. Bui at the rate we're going we'll be as big as a couple of houses. Any suggestions? Any Food Goes DEAR A.F.: Interesting that you don't consider 20 pounds overweight "fat." How many pounds of excess bag- gage constitutes "fat" to your .way of thinking? Thirty? Forty? Fifty? If you don't get some counselling you'll even- tually be up there. Your eating habits are not normal. May I also suggest that you two vacuum cleaners with teeth get busy with some projects that will take you out of. the kitchen? You girls have too much spare time. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'm heartsick over this and don't know what to do. Last week I was watching my favor- ite soap opera on TV and my dear friend and next door neighbor telephoned. I said, "I'm washing my hair, I'll call you back." Five minutes later she knocked on the door. She had brought me a freshly baked cake. She could see I was not washing my hair and was very hurt. I apologized but she would not accept my apologies. I've called her three times since but each time she says, "I'm washing my hair and hangs up. Please tell me what lo do now. Sorry In Sacramento DEAR SORRY: Forget it. You've let her know you're sorry and there's nothing more to say or do. .If the friendship ends because of this, it wasn't worth much. Color bar lifted from margarine EDMONTON All color re- strictions governing the manu- facturing and sale of margar- ine in Alberta have now been As a result of a private mem- ber's bill tabled by a house- wife, Catherine Chichak, MLA, for Edmonton-Norwood, Alber- ta consumers will be able (o purchase butter-colored mar- garine by July 31 Ihis year. Until then, only British Co- lumbians and Newfoundlanders have been able Lo purchase and manufacture margarine free of color laws. (An amend- ment to the Saskatchewan Mar- garine Act on March 30 of this year will permit margarine to be sold or manufactured in a butler color on July George Caldwell, President of the Institute Edible Oil Foods, on hearing the news said: "We are indeed encouraged by today's Amendmenl to Ihe Margarine Act by the Alberta government. They and the Sas- katchewan government are to be congratulated on their ac- tions. They know that the econ- omy o." their provinces will im- prove through a stimulation of rapeseed farming and rapcseed oil processing. "And just as important the governments have realized that to maintain restrictions on one product margarine, and to aid or protect another butter is, in fact, a highly discriminatory and undernocra-i tic practice." 1 The Institute of Edible Oil i Foods represents all levels ol Ihe edible oil industry from basic producers to processors and manufacturers of the fii ished food products, including margarine. Mr. Caldwell con eluded "The Institute hopes that Ihe other Canadian province, where consumers may onK purchase margarine colorec orange or white will I o o k t their silly margarine laws anc amend them accordingly. No only will their own economic benefit but both consumers o low incomes and those who fo health reasons are required t eat margarine, as well as Ihou s of others actions. will applaui AVON HAS SUPER SUMMER SAVINGS 17 PRODUCTS AU AT PRICE Friday, 16, 1972 THE LE1HBRIOOI HERALD POINTING the WAY to EXTRA SAVINGS SYRUP CATSUP FLOUR CREAM EMPRESS, PANCAKE and WAFFLE 32-oz. net wt. btle. TASTE TELLS, TOMATO 11-fl. 01. btle. ROBIN HOOD ALL PURPOSE SNOW STAR VANILLA, CHOCOIATE, STRAWBERRY, NEAPOLITAN EDWARDS FINE REGULAR, ElEC. PERC GRIND VAC PAK TUNA FISH SAVOY, LIGHT FLAKED net wt. tin POLLY ANN BREAD FRESH WHITE or BROWN SLICED 20-oz. net wt. loaf TOWNHOUSE CHOICE .......28 or. nef wt. DALEWOOD PARCHMENT WRAP 1 Ib. pkg. MARGARINE SUGAR 10 CHEESE KRAFT, VELVEETA PROCESS .2-lb. net wt. pkg. BLEACH FOOD WHITE MAGIC LIQUID 128-fl. 01. RED TOP 14W-oi, net wl. lin 10i97 SMOKED HAM SWIFT'S LAZY MAPIE PART SKINNED WHOLE, HAIF OR QUARTERS CLEARANCE SALE! HOLIDAY SPECIALS BLOUSES 2 for LADlfiS' SHORTS 2 for 25C SWEATERS.......................... DRESSES 1 oo (or MEN'S SUITS 1 OO SWEATERS YWCA NEW-TO-YOU 415 2nd Avenue WATERMELON RED-RIPE and JUICY WHOLE Ib. PRICES EFFECTIVE in Lethbridge June 16-17 SAFEWAY CANADA SAFE ;