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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Widniirfoy, May 13, THE LETHBHIDGE HERALD 23 Ann DEAR ANN LANDERS: My husband is a barber. Vince puls in a hard full day's work at the shop and when he comes home at night I want him to relax. He had a heart attack two years ngo and wo nearly lost him. The problem is our friends and relatives won't let him alone. They keep telling him he's the world's greatest barber (which he is) and nobody knows how to cut hair the way he does. So nearly every night Vince winds up giving free haircuts. Sunday, which should be his day of rest, Vince's sister brought over her three sons. The boys will not to to a barber shop because too much gets cut oft according to their mother. "They don't really want a she said. "Just trim it so they can see." The haircuts took an hour and a half and Vince took quite a lot of lip because they didn't want to look like "skinheads." They no sooner left when my brother snowed up. He wanted not only a haircut but a beard trim, which takes time. Tonight it was the neighbor and her two boys. Tomorrow it'll be somebody else. What can we do to put a stop to this without getting people mad? Just His Wife DEAR WIFE: When Vince goes to the Shop tomorrow have all his home haircutting equipment in a nice big box. Tell him to keep it down there. When a fur-bearing freo'.oader comes, say, "Sorry no more haircufjng at home. s orders." If you want to get specific, tell them the "doctor's" name is Landers. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I agree with the mother who wishes yoii would quit saying "hair is not important." Hair is very important at our house. We have three long-liaired sons and a daughter whose hair is down to her waist. The boys wash their hair four times a week. With1 the girl, it's-a daily ritual. This means 19 towels in the wash every Monday morning. We buy shampoo by the case. And now they are asking for creme rinse which costs nearly as much as shampoo. We have two hair dryers in the house house which are in constant use. The electricity bill is out of this world. Nothing clogs up the sink like hair. It's easier to get a doctor to come out than a plumber. (And cheaper, too.) The last tlrne a plumber came he greeted me with, "More hair, huh." So please, Ann Landers, don't tell me hair is not important because I know G. W. W. of Chattanooga DEAR CHAT: Once again experience triumphs over theory! You win, Lady. Alcohol is a shortcut to social success. li you think you have to drink to be accepted by your friends, get the facts. Head "Booze And You For Teen Agers by.Ann Landers. Send 35 cents In coin and a long, self-addressed, (tamped envelope with your request. oiocai Regular meeting of the Lelh bridge Auxiliary to Shrine Hos pitals for Crippled Children wil be held in the home of Mrs Scotty Sprinkle, 2168 9th Avc B S. on Tuesday at p.m. k A bske sale sponsored by the Southern Alberta Japanese TJni ted Church Women will includi baked goods and Japanese food in the College Mall, Friday from 6 p.m. Ladies Auxiliary to FOE No 2100 will meet Thursday at S p.m. in the Eagle's Hall. A spe- cial Mother's Day program wil be included to honor the firs Mother of the Year, which wil be an annual event. There wil be an election and initiation o officers. Hostesses will be Mes dames E. Groves, A. Gibson, M Hewlett, D. Hillinger, L. Kole- sar, A. Golia, A. Keetley, M Korsan, E. McKenna, A. Laz zarotto, 0. Larocque, and H Golia. Pensioners and Senior Citi zens Auxiliary, affiliated will Provincial are! Nations Pensioners and Senior Citizens Organization will meet Friday at 2 p.m. in the home of Mrs Delia Salmon, 1415 13th Ave. S Take No. 3 bus from Kresge's comer at p.m. Hostesses will be Mrs. Salmon and Mrs Ethel Queckboumer. Member ships and banquet tickets will be available at this meeting Members are reminded thai banquet tickets must be picked up by May 18, from Sandy's Jewelery or from the secretary by phoning 327-3264. Members and Mends welcome. FRUIT MIXTURES Try these fruit combinations for a pie: Apricot and banana rhubarb and strawberry; blue- berry and peach; apple and cherry; pineapple and straw- berry. BAKING sooA Diapers 54 cup Baking Soda to diaper pail Irak. To toolhe skin irritation! Mid diaper rash add 2 table- noons to baby's balh. cow BRAND BAKING sooA Tension Poor Yi Ib. package Cow Bnnd Soda into a tub oF warm water. Slep in. Lie back. Relax! Soaks away tension. Relieves sunburn, hives and itching skin. cow BRAND SODA Emphasis On Sex Increases Mammoplasty TORONTO (CP) Mammo- surgery of women's becoming more in vogue due to today's emphasis on the sex symbol and modem clothing, says a Toronto plastic surgeon. Dr. C. R, Palmer of North York General Hospital says in The Canadian Family Surgeon that 15 cases "of augmentation mammoplasty" were performed last year at his hospital. The women were all In the 29-35 age group, and all but one were married with children. "All had small a t r o p h 1 c (shrunken) breasts and the ma- .jority stated their breasts had become smaller after childbear- he wrote. The reasons given by appli- cants for the operation In- cluded the desire to be rid of padded brassieres and for an ability to wear t low-cut gown and two-piece bathing suit with- out slippage of the upper por- tion of these garments. Silicone insertion of a bag containing sil- "less than com. pletely satisfactory." Fast Guaranteed Service SEE US NOW ERICKSEN'S JEWELLERY McFarland Bldg. Phone 327-3525 Among the difficulties with the method, first introduced in 1964, was the problem of select- ing the right-size bag and the hardening of the area which oo curred after a few years. But in the 15 cases, an elastic silicone balloon with a tube at- tached to one end of the pouch was used. This was Inserted through small incision on the underside of the breast and the tube was filled with a stretching solution. "Once symmetry, positionlnf and adequate size are obtained' the incision is closed. It is cov- ered with an "elastoplast cross- your-heart" bandage which is removed in one week. Dr. Palmer said that patients stay in hospital overnight and can return to full activities within 48 hours. Forthcoming Marriage Dr. and Mrs. Edmund Cairns of Lethbridge are pleased to announce the forthcoming mar- riage of their daughter Nancy Jean, to Mr. Dale Glea son Rude, son of Airs. Marianne Rude and the late Mr. Gordon Rude of Seattle, Washington. The wedding will take place on June 13 at 2 p.m. in St. Augustine's Anglican Church. HOT. NOT COLD Parsley washed in hot water instead of cold will cut much more easily. CAROUSEL KNITTING SHOP Ml 5'b STREET S, PHONE 328-4124 HALF PRICE SALE! We are going out of some lines! 45c BUTTONS o.w. HALF PRICE SCANDIA 80c ICEBERG ,H..................5nl. 60c ESCUDO 75c Plui many olhen-Don't this sale 3 Days Only Thuri., Fri., Sat.. May 14-15-16 All Sales Complete No layaways or refunds on sale yarn 'Value'Village Weekend DAYS stock up for VICTORIA "ay FROM OUR GARDEN HUT Bedding Out Plants 3 baskets for 4.49 FERTILIZER Golden Vigoro Guaranteed Net To Burn Elephant Brand 16-20-0 ,89 25 Ibi. 1 several other varieties PEAT MOSS 3" 5.6 cu. ft. only 4 cu. ft...... O.88 Plant Now! GERANIUMS 95' Potted, each DRACENAS Pott.d, each 95 DAISIES (Marguerites) Ported, each 95' SEED POTATOES ROSE BUSHES Priced from r. r ROBIN HOOD FLOUR 20 NIBLETSCORN 61" GREEN BEANS (OTT Ji.r BEANS WITH PORK J T9 BREADs Ice Cream C, 1.49 Pur'fy pints R JL Sh6rD6t asst'd, pli. 5 for Lemonade Libby's tins Franco American Buttered Vegs. 6 ta 1.49 Spaghetti 7 1.49 Sun-Ryp. Blue Label Kroft Astort.d-B.oi. Belli. Apple 4 1.49 Salad Dressing 5 1.49 Green Tim Prun., Cran- n 1 berry. 24-01. Bolll. 0 Juice Carnation Aiiorted Cream Corn F Applesauce S2L 7 1.49 Pineapple H- Tins 6 f.r 1.49 Relishes S 1.49 alue'Village Mean Ph. 357-3295 alue'Village Frying Chicken Pc Wieners Steakettes' Jr. Turkeys Side Bacon PRODUCEI Cut up 'an ready Ib. 49 Bulk .._........ 2 for Fasl Fry Ib. 49e 6 1.1... n, Mb. Pk9. Strawberries Cup Cakes Bananas Cucumbers Golden r ftftrf Hat AAg Yellow Jibs. 0 7 Fancy Lettuce New Potatoes 3 ,r l.oo wh" 10 Romaine, Red, Endiv. i ci c Butter Horns Whipping Cr.am) Q for Tasty Marble Cakes- 'Value'VUlage lOCAttD AT THE CORNER OF Uth STREET ond 4th AVENUE S. ;