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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE I.ETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, Moy 8, 197J Ann Landers DIOAR ANN I VNIIKKS: Wi' an- 1'ijjlU sm'dancs who be- bcvc you JUT lu'iiiT cquippi'd to answer this question than anyone, in tin: world- (Iocs concern for oilier people's problems end and slicking your luisi' in someone else's liusi- ni'ss befiin'.' In llii.-i uifice, lor example, llicro arc al least ten people wlio arc coasiantly in n slate of uproar about things that should not concern them. Compassion, to be bore, is a noble virtue, on! ''.-hit soim-Iinics masquerades as compassion is just plain posincss or, worse yd. interference. Whal's wilh these home-made vk'ilanles, Ihe self-appcinlcd custodians of olhcr people's morals'.' can't lhat only our office is like this. Can il be that the world is full of such types? You'd know, Ann. Please toll u.-. -The Chicafio Eight DLAR EIGHT: N'osiness is a universal malady. The rea- son is dear. It's easier (and less painful I lo sil in judgement of olhcr people Ihnn lo go lo work on the areas in our own lives that need improvement. Aboul 23 per cent of the people who urilc lu me have nose trouble. I loll them bluntly DEAR ANN LANDERS' arc two ijuys who need ad- vice from someone whose head is together. Maybe il's you. Hike and 1 arc both 17 and vc dropped out of high school last year. .Neither one of us lias had much luck in gelling work. ran across an ad in a magazine last week lhat said. "Overseas employment Europe, Asia. South America, etc. For unskilled workers and college graduates. Earn from 5400 to ?2500 monthly. All expenses paid." It gave an address to write for information. II also said, "send S5." Is this on Hie level il sound good lo you? SicuhcnviUe Two DEAR TWO: It sounds terrific for the people who are running Ihc ad. If Ihey can get 500 suckers a day lo tend 55 each Ihcy make S2500. My advice to you two dudes is lo gel back in school and earn your diplomas, or you'll be knocking around reading ads for the rest of your lives. M DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am married lo a man who claims he is just full of love and good will but I'm beginning to thM lie's got a screw loose. He kisses waitresses, sales people, musicians, entertainers, barbers, athletes, any one who performs a service which pleases him. This goes for men as well as women. No one seems offended by his outgoing per- sonality but I think it looks odd for a man to be kissing strangers, lie was bom in Europe and claims this is a warm, harmless custom. What do you tbink about it? Wife DEAR WIFE: Never mind what I think. One of these days your friendly husband is going to kiss Ihe wrong guy and find himself straiglencd around but good. Be patient. Time is on your side. n77 1 or local nappeiunai The literature department of corning year will be held, and the Mathcsis flub will meet at Ihe program, the printed word the home of Mrs. M J. Gibson, and your life, will be presented 546 20th SI. S., at p.m. on j by Mrs. F. Simons. on Tuesday. Kappa Chapter, Beta Sigma Tan Chapter. Jlcta Sigma meet in the home of Phi will meet al I! n.m. Tues- i Mls- Lnarlene r orrcst, 1923 19th day in the home uf Mrs. Caran' S. at p.m. Tuesday. Moss's mother Mrs. Martha I Thc Program, pui-pose and the Gordon J7I7 lllh Avc. S. Co- "Pord and your life, hostesses will be Mrs. Caran ml< presented by Mrs. lone Moss and -Airs. Liz Schrocdcr. Dergousoff. Hostess for the eve- Installation of Hie execu- i mnS will be Mrs. Forrest, live and the pledge ritual for; Mrs Barbara M.-.rshafsay will I Oddfellows, Hebekalis and take place, and members are are reminded of. the reminded lo bring their ban- cardI parly lo Iv r-d m 1'- win Beta Sigma Phi installs executive June Creighlon was recently inslalled as president of Bell Sigma Phi cily council execu- tive for 1972. Joan Itobinson, city council advisor presided at Ihc installations. Other members on the new execu- tive include: Wilma Evanoff, city council advisor; Donna Rownlree, sec- retary; Sylvia Peterson, viu, president, L e nore Flclcber, treasurer Gladys Reive, social; Ruth Rillcnhouse, fashion show con- venor; Lucille Thompson, spe- cial events; Fran Rude, decorating-, Faye Coleman, publicity; and Bcv Park, tickets and service. JUNE CREIGHTON president GRAND MARCH Highlight of the lethbridge sub annual Royal Canadian Mounted Police ball on Saturday, was the grand march. Participants paraded in style to the music of the Big Band. -Edward Finluy Pholo Renovated JWCA holds open house Miss Dainty reminisces quet money. Oddfellows Hall on Tuesday at G p.m. Everyone Members of the Women's Auxiliary lo the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital arc re- minded of the work meeting at 9 a.m. on Tuesday in Ihe nurses' residence lounge. Tray Assumption will hold its membership meeting on Wednesday, beginning with a mass at p.m. and installa- tion of officers. A wine and favors will be made for'palicnts j Wl11 ln the for hospital and a good I church naIL. hospil turn-out is requested. The evcninc" branch ACW of St. Augustine's Church will meet in front of the police sta- tion a p.m. Tuesday. Fol- lowing a tour of Ihc station, the group will go lo the home of Mrs. Rubv Lester. 1505 I4lh First United Church unit meetings for the month of May are as follows: Margaret 2 in the home of Mrs. M. Nicol. 707 17th St. N., with hostess Airs. C. Turnbull. Anne I. Chappell Tuesday, 2 p.m. in the home of Mrs. H. r p.m. in me nome 01 Air Ave. S. fnrji business meeting, j Hegland_ ]5i2 4lh Avc _N_ Juilee Thursday, ft p.m igma Chapter of Beta hnmc of J( will hold a supper meeting C3B st s thcl 'Emily Lytle Thursday, 2 S' in Hie home of Mrs. J. Jubilee Thursday, ft p.m l.t Qiumn Phi at p.m. Tuesday YWCA, H i- r rr1 r Ill I III: UL of officers for Ihc St Magowan II a r I c m e Thursday, p.m., in Ibe home of Mrs. (J. Heidinger. 7lb SI. N. Whilmorc day, i; p.m., in home of Mrs. T. 1703 nth Ave. BRENDA'S BEAUTIQUE BEAUTY SHOP 922 S Avc. H BINGO RAINBOW HALL M0' 5lh TUESDAY, MAY 9th at 8 p.m. Firsl Jackpol S65 in 56 Nos., 2nd Jankpol in 56 Noi. Fret) Cards-Cnrds nntl Games, 25c per Card, 5 Cards 3 free Games Door Priio No Children Under lli Yuan -Sponsored By A.U U.C. Association REMEMBER MOTHER on MOTHER'S DAY! "Sec Our Slall in Centre Village Mall" Opening Tuesday, May 9lh through Saturday, May 13th, featuring: A grctn tlisplny of magnificent POTTED MOMS GERANIUMS of a wide cirray of colors Mciny, nmny oilier POTTED PLANTS it tic of Oplim.un" SUNRISE RANCH-COAtDALE PHONE 327-3517 Plan la ciHrml tho official opminq of "Sunrisn Rnsi- (frnco" (lotnlPtl rtl Sunrise Rfcntlv) nl 1 p.m. Salur- dny, Mtiy KTlli. Fvorvhotly Wclcemnl MIT irTiinRitKir. 1 1 Hi M( Rf IAROI..') Ry Jl'DE TL'IJIC Herald Staff Writer It's a long time since Miss Grace Dainty louc sleeved and caplcss nurse's j uniform, and rode a bicycle to visit the school children on her rounds. Now. her uniform is worn by o mannequin in the Sir Alevan- i dor (lalt Jluseum, and Miss Dainty stays at her home, en- joy ing life. Born in England. Mis? Dainly came (o Canada as an infant, and lived in Peterbor- ough. Ontario viLli her brother and father for several years before moving wcsl. She gradual cc! from t h c NicliolLs Hospital in Peterbor- ough in ami rccehccl her Alberta registered certi- ficate in I'JIS. As a qualified nurse in niccli- cal and surgical cases, Miss Dainty on lo do post grad- uate .studies in New York and Seattle. Her work in the Lethbriclgc area began as early as 1S05, when she became the matron of the. children's shelter. Miss Dainty and Mrs. Emily i Vaselenak, her homemalcer for j the past 10 years, spoke of the I early days in the shelter. ''She made all tho clothes for j Ihe kids in Ihe said 'Mrs. Yasclonak, ''and Ihcy were the best behaved and nicest Miss Dainty added, loved all Ihe kids, and we ap- preciated all Ihcir good points.'1 She went on to recall her time as Ihe first school nurse iii the city und district, ami the many schools she visited and the many children she loved as her own. 1 The home in which Miss was built by her father and her brother Albert, ulien they first arrived in Lelli- bndgc, said Vasic ''a nickname to Mrs. hy MIKS "II lit bi- ex- clusive maU'rniiy hospital." i-x- plained Vasic, "and was. unlil Ihe flu epidemic of il made inlu a gciu'ra! hospital." "II the DainK said Dainly. "aiul I never lost a .sintzle palii-n! Besides her work wilh Llic children of Ihc school .si.slem, Dainly a ipin'slcred nurse in Ihc Sir Alexander Gall Ilospilal. Aflcr hor rrlireinrnl, years ;mo, Mis.s Dainty con- tinned hc-1 nursing career around the neighborhood in which she lived foi many years. At years of age. Miss Dainty still enjoys her life and her memories and "refuses lo gel old." ,'itldeiJ Dial Miss continues lo phml all of her ov.n plant .slips, wilh Miss Dainly saving. "I don'l aluays gel all T waul, and Ihe bad cnl.i Iliein ofi. bill they're tii( e." her M-r-n I of gnmlh i.s In Ihe planis calciuni. "She asks for waler, and I II scGins Dial turnabout is fair play wilh Miss Dainty and Vasie. "She look care of me all the Lime 1 was in said "and (aught me how to care for my children once I pi married and started a fam- ily. "iVow I take care of her. read the lo her everyday, take her for a ride in the car, no matter what the weather, and spend 12 hours a day, seven days a week with her, too.'1 Vasie said Miss Dainty loves to work and do things, and "al- ways helps with the dishes." "She's a pleasant person and a pleasure to he she said, "I've learned n lot aboul life from Miss Dainty interrupted wilh, "don't F.ay more, you'll get me conceited." A pliilosophy of life which is hard to beat, was expressed by Miss Dainty, who said, "Give a child the best you can, and it will all make for a better generation in By jEAXiVE BEATV Men have left the and things will never be the same. The dining room of the old residence now has dark panel- ling with white trim, the large j recreation room is also 1 panelled, and both have new ceilings. A small parlor off the en- trance hall has been complete- ly refurnished, new upholstery is in evidence throughout, and there's wall to wall carpet I everywhere vestibules, halls, stairs, rooms and offices. And that's just the first floor. Painting and other refinishing have also been done in the upper halls and rooms To show off its new interior, Ihe YW residence, located on the southwest corner of 6lh avenue and Oth street, will have an open house Wednesday, May j 10, from 2 lo in Ihc after- noon and from 7 to 9 in Ihe evening. Refreshments will be served and members of the or-! ganizalion will be on hand lo show guests through the build ing. Work on the residence was done by student trainees of Canada Manpower and PEP (Provincial Employment Pro- taught by Lethbridge Community College. Materials were donated by local groups on purchased by the YW. Members of Ihe hoard have expressed delight with the work and have urged Ihc com- munity lo come to the open house to sec for themselves. love is... US'" smile us he comes borne bis trip. All-round sport MONTREAL (CP) Diane Quarl of Quebec Cily, named athlete of the year by Loyola College Women's Alhlelic Asso- i elation for the second slraight year, also picked up most valu- able player awards in women's varsity basketball, hockey and volleyball. She also won awards in table tennis and tennis, and Lhe award for amassing the greatest number of poinls in women's athletic events. HAPPY IN HER LIFETIP.AE Mih GracG Dainly wus Ihe firsl school nurse in Lelh- bmlqc, acled as malt-on of Ihe Lelhbridge Children's Shellcr, and opened ]hc first ex- clusive malernily hospilal in Ihe cily. Now, al 95 years of acje, sl-.c lives in the same bouse which served as that hospital, and enjoys every bil of life and everyone i') il. -Ed Finlay Pholo LA. No. 58 TO A.N.A.F. SPRING TEA WINNERS Bond- AL HOPP, Lelhbridga Door DOtLY BERGIUNO, IclhbrJdgc Monday, May 8th JACKPOT NOS. "20 ALARM BINGO" SI Gold Card Pay Double Door Cardl (Many olhor extras) Regular Cards 25c or 5 for 13lh SI. and 6th Ave. 'A' N. No children under 16 allowed QUICK THRIFT BULK.............. COIN-OPERATED....... BY THE POUND DRY CLEANING PER LB. Minimum SI.60 per order LEE DUCK DRY CLEANERS 330 13th ST. N. PHONE 327-2770 m helped OnL iCPi Cliil- came for Viis ncxl visit, ho de- dn n who have Lrouhlo le.iniinR, ciciccl he would like to sec the cwolioJKi] jmiblrjn.s nliout J volimlccr .nnd school, have and cul- I "n turned mil this child I u r ;i I (lifficuliic's Jin; by volunteers. The projrcl. is run by ('nivrr.sitv Women's ('luh, in hcinR wasn't retarded, alllioiiRh IIP i had olhor problems." PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upslnirs) EVERY THURS.-B p.m. .Mi'.s. ll.'u Lewis don'l ;isk I ho volunteer IK: i-vcn have ;i r-'. jusl uanl soincdiie i-, a very (ricndly person uho likes eliildreu." Otic (if Ihcir Ilic u-ork of a buy in tirade who lie wiis ai-sijinnd a i hi'd liclii-vcfl lo be relarded. The child kicked I ho volunteer c'liul liil, him, hitl, ultc.n (lie Imio UKRAINIAN GREEK-ORTHODOX CHURCH BASEMENT Cor. 13lli Street find 7lh Avenue N PUBLIC BINGO EVERY TUESDAY p.m. DOOR PRIZE FREE CARDS FREE GAMES BINGO CARDS 2Sc EACH 5 CARDS 00 BLACKOUT IN 53 NUMBERS OR LESS (Jackpot Incrpnspi WcrVly) JACKPOT in 7 Numborj or Los, Tliroo invcn numbers or loss Jnckpol rricli Sorry No person under 16 yoarJ of nno allowed ATTEND THE ALL NEW LN.A.F.-UNIT 3 COR. 5lh AVE. and 6lli ST. S. TUESDAY, MAY 9tli 8 p.m. IN THE CLUBROOMS First 12 Games Firsl Card Ollicrs I5c each 1st No. (increase weekly) 2nd No. (increases weekly) BLACKOUT IN 56 NUMBERS OR LESS Exlra 5 Gamci Cards 2ic ooch or 5 for All regular garnet pay double if won in 7 nos. or lest MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ;