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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuetdny, May 8, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Celebrates 99th birthday Mrs Mary Daniels was honored Monday on the occasion of her 99th birthday with a family reception held at Southland Nursing Home Mrs Daniels, a resident of the orea, settled in the Purple Springs district in 1909 after moving from Minnesota. She later resided in the Green. Acres Lodge, moved to Taber and return- ed to Lethbridge when the new home opend. She has five children Mrs. Delia Van- of Taber; James of Lethbridge; Joh'rv of Diamond City; William of Shuswap Lake BC and Morris, recently deceased. Mrs. Daniels has 25 grandchildren, 12 great grandchildren and one great-great granddaughter. Standing with their great grandmother ore Bonny Bartless, left and Danny Engelson.______________________ The 25th anniversary spring tea of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Army, Navy and Air Force Veterans Unit held recent- ly, and the members wsh to thank all those who donated their time and efforts to the tea. The Ladies' Auxiliary to the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital and the Gait School of Nursing will hold its annual Hospital Salary statistics released OTTAWA (CP) Public health staff nurses earned an average a year in 1970, says a study on salaries of public health nurses and nurs- ing assistants released by Sta- tistics Canada. Staff nurses salaries ranged from annually to the report said. Hours worked each week varied from an aver- age of 34.1 in Quebec to 38 4 in Nova Scotia The salaries, based on those of a registered nurse with a uni- versity certificate for additional training in public health, showed "a sgnificant variation by province, the report said. British Columbia leported the highest Prince Edward Island the low- ,a out of t( Day tea Friday from 2 to 4-30 p.m. in the residence avi um. Convenors will be Mrs. A. S. Fumertcn, Mrs. G. A. Marshall and Mrs. R. H. Robinson. Receiving guests will bs Mes- dames D. J. Schindler, S. J. Smith, A. Andreachuk and J. Moreland. Pouring duties will be shared by Mesdames A. Pomabac, L. D. Hankinson, R. E. Faulds and Miss A. Chalmers. Mrs. L. Alexander will bs in charge of the tea room arrange- ments, assisted by Mesdames A. C. Anderson, A. C. Hinds, S. Houlton, L. Hubbard, R. Lindar- man; Mesdames E. A. Lawrence, G. H. Nash, F. B. Postersky, C. Saunders, H. Trapp, N. B. Wilkinson, J. S. Clark, G. Varzari and L. Marshall. Table arrangements will be done by Mrs. G. Millar. Women added WINDSOR, Out. Admiral F. B. Falls says the Canadian Armsd Forces want to add more women to their ranks. Rear-Admiral Falls, in an in- terview recently, said that the armed forces are attempting to increase the number of trades available for combat trades. Asked whether he could pic- ture himself with a woman as a commanding officer, he said. "It's easy to respect intelli- Mrs. E. J. Hawn will be in charge of catering assisted by Mesdames J. Banfield, W. An- derson, F. Tunbndge, L. Halt and D. Holroyd. Ann Landers Safety standards pushed for protection of children DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am a registered nurse work- ing in a first-class hospital. Several months ago I tended an 84-year-old man who had major surgery. I never felt that I gave him more atten- tion than any other patient. Since he checked out, I have received four boxes of candy from him, a gold foun- tain pen and a hand-written invitation to have dinner at his home. (I respectfully de- clined Last week ha sent a beauti- ful friendship ring with niy birthstone set in a platinum mounting. I was floored by this gift and phoned him at once to say I couldn't accept it. He insisted that I had helped him through a serious crisis and said I should not deny him the pleasure of repaying me in a small way. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I was married 24 years ago and had five children in sev- en years. I worked hard un- der trying circumstances, in- cluding the last six years when my husband and I agreed on a separation. We were divorced last May. Our children are all launch- ed and I am now involved in a fascinating career. My work puts me in contact with many men, most of whom I find chauvinistic, dull, a little sick, and painfully boring. Last fall I met the man I wish I had met 25 years ago. He is everything I've ever wanted in a husband. I think about him at least three dozen times a day. I tried ignoring Mm but it didn't work. He is 36 years old, beautifully at- tentive, and insists I'm going He spoke for fifteen minutes and I decided to keep the ring. This morning I received a beautiful bouquet of carna- tions from "An Admirer." I called the florist to make sure my hunch was correct and it was, of course, from the old gentleman. What am I to do? I can't continue to accept these gifts, yet I am afriad of hurting his feelings. Please advise. Just Did My Job DEAR JUST: Write a note explaining that you enjoy flowers and if he wishes to send a bouquet occasionally, fine, but that you cannot ac- cept any other gifts from him. Remember, dear, he's 84. I see no harm in over- looking the fact that the old gent doesn't follow the eti- quette book. to be his wife. 'When I asked him why he never married he said, "I've been waiting for you, angel." i adore being free and am thoroughly immersed in my career. I've had the marri- age and family bit and I don't believe a woman can do jus- tice to both at the same time. But the guy is a gem. I don't know what to do. What's your best hunch? Lone Star Louise DEAR LOUISE: My hun- cher is on the bum but my computer is in good working order. According to my fig- ures, 25 years ago "The Gem" was II' years old. If this doesn't make any differ- ence to you, and it doesn't matter to him, it's all right with me. GUELPH, Ont. (CP) While government legislation protects the safety of adults in private cars it does not protect the Ontario children who ride school buses, the Consum- ers' Association of Canada says. A slowly emerging pattern of accidents involving school buses fcas prompted the association to urge federal and provincial gov- ernments to establish uniform mandatory school bus safety standards. Mrs. Dan Stauffer of Bright, Ont., north of Woodstock, the association's national chairman of the school bus committee, said the committee doubts every effort is being taken to qnsure that buses are in the best mechanical condition, equipped with adequate mark- ings and drivers carefully se- lected and thoroughly trained. The association's annual pro- vincial conference, was held here May 4-45, discussed the bus safety issue. The committee has stated: "School buses meet the same dangers as the passenger vehi- cle yet there is not yet legisla- tion to force equal standards of safety in construction nor in oc- cupant protection." URGES SEAT PADDING It has sent recommendations to the Ontario ministries of edu- cation and transportation that "foam rubber padding such as is used on dash boards be used on sea backs in school buses for occupant protection." The committee has also sug- gested more careful investiga- tion of a driver's background before he is hired Mrs Oscar Dnjber of Rock- wood, 30 miles west of Toronto, said drivers should be tested more frequently than at the present interval of three years. Mrs Drijber, an association member, said checks should also be made to ensure drivers do not too long and "per- haps more emphasis should be placed on drivers taking defen- sive driving courses. MOTHER'S DAY CUPS and SAUCERS plus many other items for mother at savings to you. SANDY'S JEWELLERY 304 on the second floor to save you more. 304 5th St. 5. FOOTNOTES by Joe The camera keeps focus- ing on the dancer's shoes from JOE GREEN'S. GRADUATE Come to Green's for the latest styles in shoes for the family. OPEN THURS. TILL 9 p.m. DOWNTOWN ON SIXTH STREET gence in any guise.' THE BETTER HALF By Barnes Ms the number 65 on that the price or the age of the LEGION BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY at 8 p.m. JACKPOT BLACKOUT IN 58 NUMBERS OR LESS (Increasing number per week until won) 1st GAME JACKPOT 5th GAME (X) 10th GAME JACKPOT IN 52 NUMBERS FREE BUS SERVICE HOME AFTER BINGO MEMORIAL HALL PUBLIC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY LOUNGE Children under 16 not allowed Sponsored by ladies Auxiliary to Canadian Leflion ACHE'S NURSERIES and GREENHOUSES 1973 PRICE LIST GERANIUMS PRICED FROM AS LOW AS Now is The Time To Select from ouir Numerous Varieties of HYBRID ANNUALS AND NEW INTRODUCTIONS For the year 1973 Choose from over 100 varieties In All Price Ranges! Price per basket of above Annuals..............70c Price per fiat above Annuals..................4.50 Annual In Jiffy Pots, each................ 15c Marguerite or Paris Daisy for window boxes. Each 50c and 7bc Dracaena 75c and 1.00 Canna Lilies, each 1.00 Begonias, each 85c Fuschias.......................... 60c and up PLANT YOUR GLADIOLUS BULBS NOW CHOICE QUALITY AND NAME VARIETIES 1-25 Dozen AVAILABLE AT BOTH FRACHES FLOWER SHOP AND FRACHE'S GREENHOUSES ORNAMENTAL TREES Cut Leaf Weeping Birch 10.00 Mountain Ash 10.00 Flowering Crab 8 ft..... 6.50 ORNAMENTAL SHRUBS Flowering Almond 3.50 Nanking Cherry 3.50 Cot Leaf Golden Elder.......... 3.50 Silver Leaf Dogwood 3.00 Golden Leaf Dogwood.......... 3.00 Lilac (French Grafted) 4.00 Spiira 2.25 Purple Leaf Plum.............. 3.50 VEGETABLE PLANTS Broccoli per basket per flat Brussels Sprouts ____per basket 70c; per flat Cabbage per basket 70c; per flat Celery per basket 70c; per flat Pepper Plants ......per basket 70e; per flat Tomato Plants ......per basket 70c; per flat Riverside Sweet Spanish Onions per basket 70c; per flat Cucumber Plants each lOc; per flat Tomato Plants .......................4" pots 30e PERENNIALS Lupins 75c Shasta 1-00 Lythrum 1.00 Baby Breath.............................. 1-25 Peonies............................... 1-50 Strawberry Plants, each 20c Climbing Rosebushes and Rosebushes Colors Red Gold, Pink, White, Two-Tone. Jumbo Garnette........................ 2.50 FRUIT TREES 6' TO T Mclntosh Apple...... Pi'um Tree Dolgo Crab.......... Golden Delicious Apple Pear Tree........, Yellow Transparent 6.50 6.50 6.50 6.50 6.50 6.50 SHADE TREES May Day Green Ash Russian CHOICE EVERGREENS ORNAMENTAL Mugho Pine Austrian Savin Juniper Pfitzers Golden Junipers Cedar and Meyeri Junipers Blue Haven Juniper. (A must in modern landscaping) CLIMBERS CLEMATIS 2.50 PEAT MOSS 4 Cubic Feet 345 Through observations and trade fair trials over the past 50 years we offer only those types and varieties of Plants and Nursery Stock that are most adapted to our Geographical location and weather conditions. HOURS: Open Every Day Except Sundays 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. ALL NURSERY STOCK Pre-pfanted to enable transplanting successfully through to the hill FRACHE'S PLEASE CLIP THIS PRICE LIST FOR FUTURE REFERENCE NURSERIES and GREENHOUSES Located at 7th Ave. and 20th St. N. Just One Mile North of the Water Tower Phone 327-2768 ;