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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ______Thundoy, 35, 1970 THI LtlHBmDGI HERALD 11 Ann Land ers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Kindly devote n column to the Romeos of the Social Security Set the way they worm their way into the widow's home, lounging on the well-made, ex- pensive furniture, bought and paid for by a fine husband who worked his fingers to the bone (may his sould rest in My elderly mother and I live together in the family home. I have not been in very good health lately. My biggest worry is that a certain old coot who has been courting Mother for several months will marry her if I should die. I've tried to open her eyes but she is flattered by his attention and acts like a silly school girl when he is around. This man is like a bone in my throat. I can't stand him. Please give Mother some advice, Ann. She reads your column every day, and if the old coot reads it too, that's perfectly fine with me. Old Men DEAR HATE: If the furniture is as good as you say, he won't hurt it. Apparently your mother enjoys the old coot's company and that's her business. You need a hobby, kiddo. I recommend a young coot. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Our baby is three months old. This is the first child in my husband's family for 25 years so you can imagine the excitement. Whenever we walk into a gathering of his relatives, they go wild over the baby and I am a nervous wreck. My mother- in-law grabs him, then an aunt comes along, next a cousin, then an uncle and a great-uncle and round the room he goes, from one pair of hands to another like a lollypop, and everyone gets a lick. Each one bounces him higher and handles him more roughly than the last. Naturally he spits up his lunch. My mother-in-law demands to know what I fed him that caused him to throw up. They figure that since this is my first child I am a dumbbell and don't know anything What can I do with all these well-meaning idiots? I'm ready to try anything. La. DEAR AL: You're not going to change your relatives, nor can you dampen their enthusiasm for the crown prince but you CAN eliminate the problem by leaving the baby home when you go to these family pow-wows. Infants don't belong at large adult gatherings. The relatives can see him when they come to your, home two or three at a time. OPEN HOUSE for MR. and MRS. A. CURRIE on their Golden Wedding Anniversary Saturday, Juni 27 7 to 9 p.m. at the home of their daughter Mil. C. Amen, 2111 6th Avenue North, Lelhbrldge CASH BINGO This Thursday Evening, June 25th STARTS P.M. SHARP PARISH HALl CORNER 12lh STREET B and 7th AVENUE NORTH 16 1st 7-NUMBER JACKPOT 40 6th 7-NUMBER JACKPOT 14 12lh 7-NUMBER JACKPOT-Lueky Draw JACKPOT-55 Net. or Blackout Jackpot ALSO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND 1 DOOR PRIZES under 16 yean nofr allowed Sponiored by Ladies' Aid of St. Peter and 5f. Paul's Church THE MIDI LOOK Norman Norell's autumn collection includes this tweed midi- coat with pants, shown in New York City. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "I don't care if the ant'i husband DID come horns get back to work." BINGO Scandinavian Hall 229 12th SI. "C" N. Fri., June 26th Starts at p.m. Doors Open at p.m. 5 Cards for GOID CARDS PAY DOUBLE EACH 4th, 8th and 12th Garnet in 7 Numbers WORTH Jackpot in 53 Nos. Sorry No Under 16 Years of Age Allowed AS AN ADDED CONVENIENCE TO ALL LETHBRIDGE HERALD SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVERTISERS The Herald's SWITCHBOARD EXCHANGE Will Remain Open Until 8.30 p.m. Weekdays and until 1 p.m. Saturdays For Classified and Display Advertising and Circulation Inquiries, Please Call 328-4411 (Connecting All Harold Deportments) KERAiD CLOSING HOURS REMAIN UNCHANGED AT I P.M. WEEKDAYS AND 12 NOON SATURDAYS VON Services Will Continue Lethbridge Victorian Order of Nurses will not curtail any of its services even though city council recently granted only of the requested, said Mrs. John Morgan, presi- dent of the local branch of the VON. She said the organization is very grateful for receiving this amount and would be worse off without it. It's not possible to curtail any services, she said because ac- cording to VON policy, nothing is done unless it is necessary. "Sickness is not like recreation that can be turned on and off when convenient." Ihe local branch has two full- time nurses and two or three part-time nurses for relief work. Although the new policy of the provincial government has not been released yet, the VON is hoping to be included in Alberta Health Plan. For The Record By MARILYN ANDERSON Herald Family Edilor Someone who vacations at Waterton National Park owns a beautiful Golden Retriever. Her sopping wet coat wasn't beautiful when we met but she must have a beautiful doggy soul. It was a hot Sunday afternoon. Completely oblivi- ous to my attempts to read, she padded over and gently dropped a stone in my lap. Not a big stone, but wet and dirty. There she stood expectantly looking from me to the stone. Her eyes said it all She wanted to play. I threw the stone not too far. My pitching arm is not only not what it used to be but it never has been. Off she went, picked up the exact stone in her mouth and trotted back, plumed tail shifting into high gear. In my human ignorance I threw a stick thinking it would be easier for her to pick up. She wasn't interested. She's probably been train- ed with a stone, and a stone it had to be. Not just any stone but always the same one. She'd find it whether it splashed in the water or ricocheted under a log. Then it happened. She lost the stone. She was all apology but there it was. She'd lost it. She stood in the cold mountain water and waited. Never a bark. Never forceful Just patient and friendly. You couldn't ignore her. It wasn't polite somehow to let her stand there. So down went the book. Across the rocks wincing at sharp edges and tippy toeing through the icy water. She wasn't happy about taking a new rock when you couldn't find her stone either, but she accepted the inevitable. And so the game continued until it was time to leave. We watched from the car as she intercepted another couple on a Sunday stroll. They bent to nick up a stone. We smiled. The game would continue. We didn't know her name. She had only a Cal- gary dog tag on her collar. She was just another dog, but her personality is all her own. There's going to be some nose tickling smells coming from Lethbridge and district back yards this summer judging by the number of requests we've had for the recipe booklet Sizzles and Salads. The booklet has been compiled by Canada Pack- ers with barbecuing tips and recipes. If you've been sniffing delicious odors from the patio next door there are still a few copies left. Just drop us a line. Always nice to hear from readers and your com- ments are always appreciated. FANCI-FULL BEAUTY SALON 13lh It. N. Phone 327-1626 it pleased to announce thai ANN FURUKAW formerly of Taber hos joined their staff. Come and meet her and take advantage of the PERM SPECIALS Also see the ntw election In all synthetic wigs at the lowest prices ever offered. (INTERIORS) LTD. Open Thursday till 9 p.m. 3rd Ave. 5. Phont 328-5777 y cLocal Jva Fort Macleod square (lancers will hold a square dance Fri- day at 9 p.m. with round dance practise at p.m. in the elemental y scfowl. All square dancers ai-e welcome. Women are asked to bring a box lunch and Clips. Original Pensioners and Se- nior Citizens Auxiliary Incor- porated v.ill meet at the Hen- derson Lake kitchen, at east end of park, Friday at 1 p.m. Those attending are instructed to take No. 2 bus from Kresge's corner or Office around 1 p.m. If weather is un- favorable the meeting will be held in the YMCA. Chicken lunch before meeting and a goad attendance is requested. NEW VON NURSE Miss Barbara Thacker of Redcliff takes up duties this week with the Victorian Order of Nurses in Lethbridge. Miss Thacker replaces Mrs. Lynda Jensen, and joins Miss T. Hironaka in carrying out VON work in {he city. BAKING sooA For irritated skin Apply a paste of Cow Brand and water to affected areas. Gives quick relief from sunburn, wind- burn, insect bites and hives. COW BRAND Stop ash tray fires Partially fill ash Irays willt Bnnd. Snuffs out cigarette's completely no smouldering to distract your driving or set car on fire. Keep a package in the jlove compartment. COW BRAND Fraternal Order of to having its regular dance Fri- day. AD monvbers and welcome. Receive Several southern Alberta dents have received scholar- ships from the City Council of Beta Sigma Phi sorority and six local chapters. Pat EHing, Elains Dobefc, Kristien Berghmans, and Eddy Gnanet received ?50 scholar- ships in the Alberta Music Fes- tival end Kate Memorial Scholarship went to Dallas Szarto. TRAINS KILL There were 492 railway acci- dents which killed 236 persona in India between Feb. 1 and July 31, 1969. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES JACKPOT LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upjtain) EVERY THURS.- 8 p.m. Your kind of Details are everywhere in fashion and Air Step shoes have those extra accents of trim that add to their prettiness. "CAMEO" In Block Patent, AAAA. B widths, 6-11. Mocha Potent, AAA-8 widths, sizes 6-10, S2Q SYLBERT'S SHOES Phene 327-3784 505 4th Ave. S.