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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta WtdnwMlay, March 20, 1974 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD April is cancer month Being tied up with phone-in donations is just fine as far as Peter Chumik, chairman of the business campaign for the cancer fund, is concerned. The more that give, the closer the Canadian Cancer Society can come to achieving the 1974 objective of The annual cancer campaign will begin the first of April, with the business canvas on for two weeks. A house-to-house blitz will take place Sunday, April 21 across the city. More volunteers are needed for this worthy cause, and members of the community are reminded that the daffodil sales will be held April 4 through 6 at city outlets. Girl wins ,000 twice TORONTO (CP) Laurie Stanley of Tantramar Regional High School in Sackville, N.B., has won the first prize in Canada Permanent Trust Co.'s annual contest for creative writing by high school students, it was announced Tuesday. Miss Stanley's story, The Broom, was her second straight winner among New Brunswick students and topped a record coast-to-coast entry list of judged by novelist W. O. Mitchell. Western Canada winners of prizes were: Manitoba, Lyle Portz. Winnipeg; Saskatchewan, Alison Burch, Regina; Alberta, Patricia Van Tighem. Calgary; British Columbia. Robin Razzell, Vancouver; Northwest Territories. Eugene Hodgson, Yellowknife. Ann Landers Dear Ann Landers: A recent column which contained "A Recipe For Tragedy" prompts this letter. You said, "It should be framed and hung over every bar in the country." As a bartender I agree with you in principle, but do you know that 75 per cent of all alcoholic beverages are purchased for home consumption? That "recipe" should be framed and hung over the private bars in people's homes (or wherever the drinks are And it should be read regularly by hosts who think they are being generous when they load drinks and serve doubles, whether their guests want them or not. I have seen hosts and RUMMAGE SALE Thursday. March to p.m. Gym 2 Civic Centre RMd Unit, McKMop U.C.W. New from Camm's for SPRING and EASTER! Lovely new LISA DEBS Dressy slings exactly as shown in Black or red kid under glass and navy glove. AAA. AA. and 8 widths in sizes 6 to 10. citing i Spring by Joyce "PERFECTO" available in Camel Calf TRENDY" available in Black, White, or Red wet look Crinkle patent and Camel. Identical matching Handbags available to maJch all our lovely new Spring Shoes. For Men rtnrtvivs made 'In Spam. In Bone Glove yr While, Genuine plgsfctn lined. See This new Casual. Open Thursday and Friday unit! 9 o.n-i CAMM'S (-5th ISHOEJ hostesses pushing drinks at parties and it makes me mad. They are, of course, trying to be hospitable, but they aren't doing anybody any favors. Please print this letter in the interest of fairness. Ed In Lansing, Michigan Dear Ed: Here it is, along with my thanks. And, incidentally, the author of the "recipe" surfaced in California a few weeks ago and I'm ashamed to admit I have mislaid his letter. If he will write to me again I'd like to give him the credit due him. Dear Ann Landers: Will you pleease tell women who admire a dress and offer a compliment to refrain from asking. "Where did you get (A man would never be so tactless.) My husband and I are not impoverished, but we enjoy browsing in Goodwill. Salvation Army and Hadassah Resale shops. I sew well and can transform a garment that cost into something that looks like an expensive original. My husband says I shouldn't be ashamed to give an honest answer, but somehow I just can't bring myself to do it. I've considered saying. "I made it myself." but altering a dress is not the same as making it. so I would be lying. I need a smart Ann Landers response. How about it? Crafty Gal Dear Gal: I don't agree that you need a "smart Ann Landers response." In fact you don't need ANY response to a question you don't choose to answer. Simply say. with a smile. "I'm not telling." and change the subject. A no-nonsense approach to bow to deal with life's most difficvlt and most rewarding arrangement. Aim Landers" booklet, "Marriage What to will prepare yon for better or for worse. Send your request to Ann Landers, P.O. Box 3346. Chicago, Illinois GfffiSl, enclosing in coin and a long, stamped, self addressed envelope. Yolk colors Different feeds, ci" equal food value, can produce yolks of varying shades of yellow and yet the eggs will have similar nutritive value. TO FAMILY-SIZED SAVINGS ON FINE FOODS ss Grapefruit Juice ssss Tomato Soup -ssrr. Peas and Carrots Soda Crackersas Tomatoes ssrr Assorted Vegetables KT.. Cooking Oil Tide sse 1" Cocoa 89{ Comet Flour 269 Waffles Aunt Jemima, frozen, regular or buttermilk, 10 oz......... Roast Leg of Bacon Beef Liver Ground Beef POTATOES Local grown red or gems. Canada No. 2.20 Ib. bag GRAPES 1 99 California Rod Emperor. Ib. ORANGE JUICE Pin. fresh. Sno Boy. 64 oz. CANTALOUPE Mexican 45's Cherry Cream Tarts Raisin Pie EACH Dinner Buns DOZEN ;