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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, March LETHBRIDQE Five generations Five generations of the Ainscough family are shown, with 89-year-old great- great grandmother Alice Ainscough of Hindley, England seated with her son, Albert of Coutts. Standing at right is Mr. Amscough's son Ralph of Milk River, holding his grandson, Wesley Rains of Lethbridge. At left is Wesley's mother, Debbie. Pensioners income applications due Pensioners entitled to receive the Guaranteed Income Supplement are reminded that applications are due before April 8. The income must be applied for on an annual basis and pensioners who have not yet contacted the old age security department risk delayed payment for the month of April. The maximum guaranteed supplement for a single or married person whose spouse is not a pensioner will be increased to 22. Maximum for married pensioners will be THE BETTER HALF Golden Mile Open Monday through Friday 19 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday open from 1 to p.m. Next week: Monday: Keep fit class will be cancelled for this one day only. Carpet bowling p.m. Tuesday: The Golden Mile Singers will practice at 10 a.m. in St. Patrick's parish hall for this occasion only. Dancing has been cancelled for this one occasion only. Wednesday: Bingo 1-30p.m. Thursday: Bridge tournament p.m. Upcoming: The Golden Mile Singers will compete in the Lethbridge and District Kiwanis Music Festival Saturday, April 5 at a.m. at the Yates Memorial Centre. They will also entertain at the 50th anniversary of Faith Rebekah Tuesday, April 2 Members interested in helping with the Whoop-Up Days float are asked to notify the centre. Seats are still available for the Disneyland trip on April 22. By Barnes You chose her carefully. Now choose her diamond that way. You'll want a Siffari dia- mond because you want a ring that shows her how you fceL That says much more than any words can express. A diamond ring that's styled for her tastes, your way of life. And guaranteed to be what it says it is. A lasting promise of your lasting love. Sec our exciting collection of originally designed Siffari Diamond Rings. IODE delegates The. annual provincial meeting of the IODE will be held in Calgary April 23 to 25, with Mrs C. M. Cranstoun of the Dr. F. H. Mewburn QBE Chapter of Lethbridge as area delegate Mrs. F. E. Quittenbaum will represent the chapter at the special services conference Activities of the chapter during the past year include the shipping of clothing cases valued at more than for the Save the Children Fund; baby layettes have been sent to needy mothers in the Northwest Territories; and 19 food parcels sent overseas to veterans. The annual zone conference will be held in Lethbridge June 20 with the Mewburn chapter as hostess Marias trial adjourned LISBON (AP) Testimony in Portugal's "three Marias" trial ended this week with a pair of character witnesses for publisher Romeu de Melo, a co-defendant. Maria Velho da Costa, Maria Isabel Barreno and Maria Teresa Horta, authors of the controversial book, Novas Cartas Portuguesas (New Portuguese are on trial on charges of offending public morals with its publication in 1972. The trial was adjourned until April 4 when lawyers will begin their closing arguments. ''Making a U-turn in the driveway would be a lot less complicated if the Haywards weren't so proud of their hedge." Drama workshops The Lethbridge Playgoers will hold a series of drama workshops with a session on radio and TV to be held tonight at 7 and 8.30 p.m. at the Lethbridge Community College. Conducting the workshop will be Ian Mandm of the LCC. All interested persons are welcome to attend. A further workshop for those with an academic interest in drama will be held at 7-30 p.m. Fnday at the Bowman Art Centre. A panel of professors will discuss selection of plays, with an interest range from the medieval to contemporary drama. The final workshop will take place April 5 at p.m. at the Bowman centre with Dr. Brian Tyson speaking on drama criticism and the role of the critic. Here Are the ANSWERS for your NEWS QUIZ PART I: 1-the Netherlands; 2-b; 3-Mars; 4-c; 5-a PART II: 1-b; 2-d; 3-c; 4-a; 5-e PART III: 1-b; 2-d; 3-a; 4-c; 5-e PICTURE QUIZ: Pierre Messmer feu- doctot HAVE YOU HAD YOUR ANNUAL CHECK-UP? v v w Bridge Rug ollegeMair College DREAM DIAMOND RINGS on dfopiay now ACCESSORIES Specializing in Gifts Diamonds Repairs 3284736 V SPRING SALE Y O95 C95 Jute Back Shag Moor Outdoor 795 4A95A Rubber Back Shag Kitchen Caipet .ziMen c50 A95 A I Outdoor Carpet Kitchen Carpet A ABOVE PRICES NOT INSTALLED T MANY MORE CARPETS ON SPECIAL PRICES W FREE ESTIMATES PHONE A 13 t Dear Ann Landers: I was intrigued with that reader's definition of Lace Curtain Irish. He said, "The women are virgins until they marry and the men, afterwards" You replied, "It doesn't add up; witness the large Irish families Here's a slightly amended version: God gave most Irishmen an excess of fertility to compensate for their sexual apathy. It's possible to have a baby every ten months and have a lousy sex life. I know, because it happened to me Most Irishmen are best at blarney and boozing. When it conies to sex they can take it or leave it. If it's a tossup between making love and a western on TV, they'll take the latter every time A great sex life has very little to do with large families. In fact, the opposite is closer to the truth I boil when someone looks at our large family and says, "I know what YOU do for a hobby1" Boy, are they mistaken! Star Witness Dear Star: A report from the boudoir is more convincing than one from the drawing room, but it's still wrong to apply a stereotype to a whole group based on the experience of some of its members. Dear Ann Landers: As a faithful reader of your column, I know you have mentioned Al-Anon many times, but I have a story I want to share Last year my husband went to a hospital for alcoholics. It's a fantastic place. They suggested I join Al-Anon, which I did the following week What a help it was to meet women who had experienced the same agony. I saw that they had not only survived, but were in great emotional shape and eager to meet life's challenges. I felt fortunate that I could be with these wonderful people during the time my husband was hospitalized, but I wondered what would happen to my spirit and courage if he should slip Ten months later I had a chance to find out Al-Anon was my life-saver when my husbasband fell off the wagon for the first time after nearly a year of sobriety So please, Ann, keep telling people who have to live with alcoholics about Al-Anon Ask Ann Landers them to write for information about the group nearest their home. The address is, World Service Organization, Al-Anon Family Group Headquarters, P.O Box 182, Madison Square Station, N.Y. 10010 Minnesota Reader Dear Min: Here's your letter and my thanks Your husband should be congratulated for his determination to win the battle of the bottle, one of the toughest fights of all. Dear Ann Landers: This letter will be different. It's from a woman who was married for 30 years, is getting a divorce and has not felt so well or joyous in ages. I also want to thank the other woman for the part she played. If she hadn't come along I'd probably still be struggling with the nut trying to make a go of it The children are grown now and there is no reason for me to be concerned with anyone's life but my own. I gratefully pass the torch to my successor and I wish them both luck. They'll need it Especially her. Happiness Is Freedom Dear H: Rarely do I hear from a wife who is happy to pass on the torch to her successor. Three cheers for you In this case, I'll make it four. Don't get burned by a "line" that's too hot to handle. Play it cool with Ann Landers' guide to "Necking and Petting What Are the Send your request to Ann Landers, P.O. Box 3346, Chicago, 111. 60654, enclosing in coin and a long, stamped, self addressed envelope. No saving Resist the temptation to overbuy food if you want to save money. Even canned foods lose flavor and texture while fresh vegetable and fruits are perishable. Middle East service Corporal Edward W. Snegur of 1 Service Battalion Calgary, is shown checking stock numbers of incoming parts for maintenance of United Nations Emergency Force vehicles in the Middle East. Cpl. Snegur has been with the armed forces since age 17, recievmg his training in Edmonton. He served with the peace keeping force in Germany for four years prior to his present service as supply technician. He has been stationed in the Middle East for six months and is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Westley Snegur of Lethbridge. JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday Evening, March 28th MtrtriSt PuTsdnrdi STARTS P.M. HALL Comer 12th Street B and 7th Avenue North Jackpot at and won every Thursday 2nd Jackpot in 50 Numbers Sth 7 Numbers Jackpot Pot of Gold Per Card or 5 for Also Fm Cards. Free Games And A Door Prize Persons under 16 years not allowed. Oarlene Johnke really handles long hair