Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
W�dn�day, March 17, 1971 - THI LITHMIDOf HfRAlO - 21 ValueVillage IOCATID AT THI CORNfR Of Urt. U?m nnd feth AVINUI 1. IMPRESSIONISTIC ART - Yaakov Boussidan, formerly of Israel, shows some of his art which was shown this week at the Lethridge Jewish synagogue. Artist in city for Jewish youth Yaakov Boussidan, 31-year-old artist working out of London, England, was in Leth-bridge this week to address the local Hadassah chapiter of Jewish Wonien, and to show part of his art collection. . Mr. Boussidan, who was born in Egypt, but raised in Israel, is touring Canada for the Jewish Youth Aligah group. In the 15 years since he first began working with art, Mr. Boussidan has been involved in all art media; sculpture, etching, oils, water colors. The works which he displayed in Lethbridge are part of Mr. Boussidan's etching collection. He is now doing a series of etchings which will be included in a book depicting the ten plagues of the Bible's old testa- ment, one on the signs of the zodiac, and another depicting the Jewish celebration, Haggad-dah. Mr. Boussidan has already concluded a similar book depicting the biblical Book of Solomon. Mr. Boussidan prefers to paint or sculpt people or objects. He has continued his tour to Medicine Hat. FEMALE FIRST PALERMO, Sicily (AP) -The new assistant warden at Palermo's biggest prison for men is Angela Faramo, 26, a recent law school graduate. It's the first time the position has been held by a woman. Wooteo \ Human Hair Wigs Machine made wigs brought to you by Woolco at this low, low pricel Light, comfortable and easy to wear. Made from 100% human hair. Can be set by customer herself. Shop early for best selection. Only each 7 .77 See "PAT" the Wig Boutique Manager ess and our skillful wig stylists for all your wig and hairpiece needs. We do Wig and 'Hairpiece comb-outs, also Wig cuts Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Open Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive dalendar local happening The Quick Unit, McKUIop UCW, will hold a rummage sale in the boxing room, Civic Centre, Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m. � * The Anne Campbell Singers will hold a bake sale at the Centre Village Mall, Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and another at the College Mall on Thursday, March 25 from 4 to 9 p.m. Members of the Dominion Rebekah Lodge No. 41 will hold a serving tea at the home of Mrs. Ray Gygi, 805 6 St. S. on Thursday at 8 p.m. All Re bekahs and friends welcome. * * The Lethbridge Old Time Dance Club invites everyone to another of its dances on Saturday at the Assumption School, 24 St. and 14 Ave. S., at 8:30 p.m. with the live music of the Westerners. Fox-trot, circle-two-step, waltz, and square dance with neighbors and friends. * * The Ladies Auxiliary to the Devon Nursing Home will hold a bake sale ait Eaton's second floor Thursday from 5 to 9 p.m Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: My father-in-law passed away recently. My husband was the only one in the family who was left out of the will. Last night his mother told me the reason. I am still in a state of shock. She said, "Dad never believed you two were legally married. He also was sure you were part Negro and trying to pass. My husband is so mad he can't see straight. I'm just numb. There is no truth to either of these claims. We can't understand where Dad got such ideas. We were married in 1952 in the Panama Canal Zone by a minister. None of the family could come to the wedding because they were all in California and it was too expensive a trip. But we do have a marriage license and I think we should show it to my mother-in-law. My husband says he is not going to show them anything-they can think what they want. I'd like your advice, Ann.-Stunned Louise DEAR LOUISE: Don't allow yourselves to be put in the position of defendants. You do not owe them proof, and you demean yourselves when you offer it. Either they accept you or they don't. If they don't, skip it.-and skip them, too. * * DEAR ANN LANDERS: The subject of obesity appears in your column almost as often as sex. While weight control is very important for esthetic and general health reasons, I wonder how many people realize that being fat can spell the difference between life and death. As a radiologist I can tell you that serious diagnostic errors can be made when the symptoms are obscured by mounds of fat. Excessive needle - probing is required. This can be uncomfortable and unsatisfactory. Furthermore, x-ray machines have trouble penetrating the depths, requiring increased amounts of radiation exposure. Even then, fine-detailed radiographs so vital to accurate diagnosis cannot be made. Finally, when the diagnosis is made, a surgeon is reluctant to operate on an obese patient unless there is an emergency. In addition to the increased manual labor, the post-operative course is often stormy and uncertain. I implore all those with any degree of oversight to shed their pounds and give themselves and their physicians a bet-ter-than-even chance. Everyone gets sick some day.-Oklahoma Radiologist DEAR O.R.: Thanks for those strong words. If your admonition isn't enough to make the grossly overweight readers pass up the gravy and chocolate fudge cake tonight, they should admit they are compulsive eaters and get outside help. * � * DEAR ANN LANDERS: I read in today's newspaper of a nine-year-old boy who burned to death in a gasoline explosion while helping his father clean motorcycle parts. Please use your column to inform all the shade-tree mechanics that gasoline, paint thinner, acetone and similar solvents are highly volatile and should never be used indoors. Fumes can ignite from a hot water tank, a gas heater, or a spark from an electric motor. Also, please tell your readers that diesel and kerosene fuel are not only non - explosive, but much better grease solvents than gasoline. If this letter will save just one child's life, it's worth the column space to print it. Thank you.-Oklahoma. DEAR O: Your letter is an excellent example of the things I learn from the people who write to me. Thanks very much. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes Be sure to get your entry forms for a COLOR TV Courtesy of Associated Grocers "I wonder if they'd give part payment on his life insurance policy." HAMS CHEEZ WHIZ FLOUR COFFEE CAKE MIXES PINEAPPLE OPEN THURSDAY and FRIDAY UNTIL 9:00 P.M -f .99 -1.00 Burns ...................................................... 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