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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN' LANDERS: This is not a very appetizing subject, but f need an answer. Please forgive me for being but is it proper to blow one's nose at the table? 1 mentioned this to a friend who dirt it several times, and it wasn't just an ordinary blow she sounded like she was calling a moose three three miles away. I gave her a sour look lo indicate my disapproval. 55he asked, bel- Kgerently, "When a person DEAR ANN LANDERS: My younger sister passed away in May. Mary Joan was only ten years old when she died such a pretty, lovely, little girl. It seemed a terrible shame to lose lier. Her death was not sudden. We knew for live years that Mary Joan had leukemia. We are devout Catholics and we live two blocks from the church. Mom is over there praying three times a day. Sire ordered a large statue of the. Blessed Virgin for the grave and it was placed there (lie day of the funeral. Since then, Mom has placed two more statues at Mary Joan's gravesite and has changed the headstone. We cannot get her lo give away any ol Mary Joan's clothes. She wants to keep her bedroom and closet ex- actly as it was. 1 loved my sister very much, but I'm afraid Mom is going to drive herself crazy if she doesn't get her mind on something else. There are four other children who need her attention, but she is com- pletely preoccupied with the child she lost. What can be Looking Back DEAR NOT LOOKING: Your mother is understand- ably grieved, but she must accept the fact that life for the living. Her priest is the logical person to bring her out of this depression. has to blow her nose, what is she supposed to 1 re- plied, "She can excuse her- self from the table and go blow it." I was told in no un- certain terms that it is con- sidered perfeclly proper to blow ones' nose at the table and that 1 am wrong. Am I? Shoe In Lafayette DEAR SHOE: It is proper to wipe one's nose at the table, but for blowing, espec- cially the moose call variety, a person should excuse him- self. Speak to htm about your mother's obsession and I'm sure he will offer to spend some time with her. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I was disgusted with your an- swer to Fat And Miserable. You owe an apology to every overweight person in the world. How dare you say, "If you bate what you be something different." Don't you know that many fat people have a glandular problem malfunctioning thyroid? Others inherit their obesily from their parent. If tliese unfortunate heavy- weights can't live their lives without being thought of as or weak willed, or piggish, something is wrong with our society. A Tesn Who Has Advice For Ann Landers DEAR TEEN: Ann Lan- ders says thanks for the "ad- vice" but I have a Hash for you. Any physician will tell you that 95 per cent of the heavyweights have no thy- roid problem. The "malfunc- tioning" gland is their mouths. It's overworked. A tendency toward obesity may be inherited, but people who have this inherited tendency need not be fat if they watch their diet and exercise regu- larly. The real problem is the learned eating habits that children pick up from their parents. Monday, March 16, 1973 THE tETriBRlDGE HIRALO J5 No armed combat for women Bv STEPHEN SCOTT OTTAWA (CP) the armed services the sight ol bounding across a field, guns to attack enemy positions just doesn't ring right. They are willing to go part way toward granting women equal rights with men but they stop at women in com- bat, on sea duty or in isolated areas. "This is in keeping with so- cial mores existing in Canada and countries with whom we are militarily and politically an announcement staled solemnly in December. Tims this summer female students entering one of the defence department's summer programs will entitled to bound, bounce, crawl, run or walk across fields or through forests; shoot pistols, rifles or machine-guns at targets; leani bushcvaft, first aid, drill, physical fitness or navi- gating in the dark. But men will keep the enemy at bay. FOLLOWED REPORT The defence department re- leased this information in the wake of a Winnipeg report that female students will not be entitled to combat training this year as they were last year, when almost women among more than 9.- 000 students on a seven-week general military training course with the militia and Calendar {Jf cJLocat ppeninyi Spring is here Simplicity is the keynote of the new spring fashions, according to leading inter- notional designers. Black and white cotton two-piece, left, is worn over a while-on- white voile blouse. The shirtmaker suit, right has a gathered waistline. The general meeting of the Mathesis Club will be held in the YWCA at p.m. on Tues- day, with the executive meet- ing at p.m. A class on home renovations, the second in the series Don't Leave It To George, wilt be presented tonight from to at the Family Y, with Torn Smith giving advice on handi- work around the house. Inter- 'ested persons may attend the individual class or join the se- The provincial branch Victfl. nan Order of Nurses will hole its annual meeting at p.m. Friday at the Holiday Inn Lethbridge under the direction of Bruce Dafoe of Edmonton president. Xi lota Chapter, Beta Sigma I Phi, will meet at p.m. Tues day in the home of Mrs. S. Witcoeks, 3503 10th A Ave. S., vitli Mrs. Jean Nielsen as co- hostess. The program is to be presented by Mrs. Ruth Elzin- ga. f Xi Nil Chapter, Beta Sigma Hhi, will hold a regular meet- ing at p.m. Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Babs Treber, 1815 18th Ave. S., with Mrs. Johann King and Mrs. Phyllis Hall as cohostesses. Mrs. Violet Shore and Mrs. Marie iJartosek will present a program on the psy chological effect on men of a change in women's role. naval and air reserves took the training. The course is eight weeks this year. This year, the department said, all field training will be available to the women the manly arts of offence and defence. In announcing the end of fo- mate combat training Maj, Larry Mclnnis, coordinator of the student program, said in Winnipeg: "Unfortunately, there was a local interpretation of policy which led to this training being offered in some areas of Canada. This year we are spelling it out so there won't be any A services information offi- cer in Winnipeg was quoted as saying the ruling to end combat training for females came following extensive pub- licity given the program last year. But the department said here that all that is happening is that female students are being put in the same cate- gory as the almost women now in the regular service. Tiie militia and reserve training are part of a til-mil- lion program under which 500 high school and post-sec- ondary students will get work from the armed services this summer, under programs paid for by the federal gov- ernment as part of its over-all student employment policy. The reserve training pro- gram mil help students who will receive S65.80 a week. A cadet summer camp program will aid more youngsters. SEE THE AMAZING 4-WAY VORWERK cleaner that will fiouii cleaning FAIRFIELD APPLIANCE SERVICES LTD. 1244 3rd AVE. S. PHONI 317-6070 DEAR ANN LANDERS: I need to know if tliere is something wrong with my brother and his wife or is it my husband and I who arc a little strange? For several years we lived In different parts of the coun- try and seldom saw each other. Recently my brother and his wife moved to our city and we are becoming re- acquainled. Last night their 14-year-old son was leaving the house to go to a basketball game and he kissed both his mother and fattier goodbye. Does this pro- mote homosexuality? We thought it mighty odd. Yes or no? Wondering DEAR W.: Stop wondering. The answer is no. It pro- motes a warm, wholesome relationship. Period. THE COSMOTIQUE ana ou-t of town, Worth matrons of the OES who shared pouring honors at the home ftmd tea on Satur- day were Mrs. S. iWarcellous of Pincher Creek; Mrs. E. San- derson of Isobleford; Mrs. S. Congdon of Clares- holm; Mrs. J. Mcllroy of Pic- ture Butle and Mrs. E. Milne of Fort Macleod. S-T-R-I-T-C-H AND SEW FABRICS 475'Holiday Village Phone 328-7843 ENROLL NOW BASIC 8 Monday, March 16 p.m. Thur., April 5 1-3 p.m. MEN'S PANTS Thurscfav, March 29 p.m. Man., April 5 1-3 p.m. Sdl., May S 9-11 o.m. MEN'S TAILORED JACKE1 Mon., 26 p.m. LINGERIE Wednesday, Match 21! p.m. NEW IDEAS Wednesday, May 7nrl p.m. and p.m. New it the time to select from our new sprini sclecfion for your Ealtcr wardrobe. FREE DEMONSTRATION Every Saturday 3 to 4 p.m. March 31 Shrink Sweater Kit Our Spring Fabrics KavB Arrived! Members from Lethbridge sharing the honors were Mrs. J. W. Brocklesby, Mrs. E. A. Lawrence, Mrs. E. Firth; Mrs. J. A. Novrie, Mrs. S. Slater and Mrs. L. Harris. Serving guests were Mes- dames L. Story, H. Matson, E. Orr. I. Hubbard, M. Ainscouglt, D. Thornton; I. Skeilh, M. Collier. H. Pen- iy, C. Waddell, W. Ewing, W. J. Richards, G. J. Hames, H. Cai- man, F. Reiver, R. J. Keith and J..B. Dick. Assisting with tea and coffee, ilesdames D. Robertson, C. Thomas. J. Bechtel, D. R. Carse and G. Smith. Kitchen helpers were Mes- dame.9 T. Adamson, M. N. Wray, G. McKillop, A. Peebles, B. Tiffin, E. Forster; M. Jordan, M. Pederson, R. Hughes. M. Wbitehorn, D. Yor- gason, R. Purdy, K. Barlow; A. Watisiein, L. Soi-eiison, T. lanson, E. Smith, .1; Maxwell, E. Talbot, N. Gillespie; B. Eecles, P. Lewko, G. Scott, J. Tennant and D. W. Roberts. Members of Xi Nu Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, recently enter-, lained the following guests at a! queenly quest social: Mrs. Verna Blair, Mrs. Bev Perkins and Mrs. Marge San- ford ol Tau Chapter; Mrs. Kay Bailie of Kappa Chapter, Mrs. Gloria Virostek and Mrs. Gladys Simons of Sigma Chapter and Mrs. Emily Chametski. Hostess for the evening was j Mrs. Donna Rowntree. i The annual sunshine bag tea, sponsored by the Women's Aux- iliary to the Lethbridge Aux- iliary Hospital, will be held in the hospital lounge on Wednes- day, May 30, with Mrs. H. G. Houlton as general convener. The sunshine bag project isi the women's auxiliary only i fund raising event, and pro-! ceeds are used to provide en-1 tertainment and additional' comforts for patients in the auxiliary hospital. The generous support of the public Ls greatly appreciated. ESTEE LAUDER Miss Royanne Berlando, Esfee Louder Beauty Consultant, will be at the Cosmotique all this week to assist you with your personal beauty requirements and to offer you an objective evaluation. She will help you select (fie product that will suit you best. 1. EUROPEAN PERFORMING CREME Luxuriously rich to the touch, the creme that helps your complexion attain its high- est beauty potential. 1 ,T5 OZ- S15 2. ENRICHED UNDER-MAKE-UP CREME Protects and prepares your delicate skin for makeup. Holds in moisture and serves as a cushion for foundation or powder. 2 oz' S9.50 3. COMPACT MAKE-UP Slips on like a breeze to give you a smooth, even finish at the flick of a fingertip. 56.50 4. NEW SKIN SHIMMERING CREME Slough off winter with this Nature Helping Hand. 2 oz' S8.50 5. ESTEE SPRAY COLOGNE The exciting Estee spray frag- rance that lingers for hours. 2 Oli 6. ESTEE BODY CREME A rich, gentle body creme, superiiv fused with moisturizing ingredients and fresh Estee frag- 8 07. S10 ranees. THE The Estee Louder Milk-Diet Beauty Kit is your special bonus with your Estee Louder purchase of or more. One bonus to a customer. COSMOTIQUE 305 -6th St. S. Phone 328-1212 ;