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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, May 19, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 19 Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANpEKS: I prayed this prayer and then read it on the phone to a friend whose children have been experimenting with ci- garette smoking. She s a id Please send it to Ann Land- ers. Share it with her and maybe she will share it with So here it is: "Help me, 0 Lord, to put these terrible things out of my life. Help to keep me busy, so busy that I don't have time to think about my need for them. And don't let me turn to eating as a sub- stitute. I don't need THAT either. Guide in the use of t h e time, energy and money I will have saved when I get these hideous coffin nails out of my life. Help me, 0 Lord, to make good decisions. "I have tried to stop before, as You know, and have failed. Now I ask Your help, for I know I cannot do it alone. I am ashamed that I have caused others discomfort and concern. I 'hope I can make it up to them, somehow. Thanks, 0 Lord, for the strength that 1 need to conquer this awful habit. With Your help I can climb mountains." In Indiana DEAR KATIE: Here it is to be shared by millions. My thanks and best wishes. I hope your prayer is answer- ed. Let me know in three months. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I work with the public and my appearance is an important part of my job. I've been told that for a woman in her early 60s I am very attrac- tive Now I have a problem, Which is mostly a matter of conscience. I had a serious gum infection a few months ago and the der.tist told me I had to have all my teeth extracted. I did so on a holi- day weekend and returned to u o r k the following Tues- day The dentures the DEAR ANN LANDERS: I have been the secretary and good right arm to a wonder- ful boss for seven years. His wife is a social climber who is also a nagger and a screamer. She has a habit of telephoning him in the middle cf meetings, insists that I put him on. her voice can be hsard all over the confer- ence room It is humiliating beyond belief. As you may have suspect- ed. I have fallen in love with him. although I've fought against it for years I have an idea that he is some- what aware of my feelings al- though nothing has been ver- balized. Eventually this mar- dentist made are a work of art, the most natural I have ever seen. Two steady cus- tomers have commented on my pretty teeth. Both said, "I never noticed how lovely they are till now." I just smiled and said, "Thank but I feel like a fraud especially since some of my colleagues know the truth. I'd like your ad- vice. Smiling Through DEAR SMILING: Accept the compliments graciously. The teeth are yours. You paid for them. Equality LONDON (Reuter) Women in Britain today achieved one more step on the road to equal- ity. They now can become television camera operators. This new freedom, not hith- erto sought by women in any large numbers, results from a ruling by the BBC that in future none of its posts will be barred to women. Many women have held BBC jobs in most phases of broad- casting in recent years. But operating cameras and recording equipment was barred to women because it sometimes involved lifting heavy gear. Now a woman can get the job, if she is strong enough. Brown lightly and turn To a light basting from tne sun add two magazines, one bottle of pop and one radio. Blend thoroughly, let set undisturbed for a couple of hours and you have the ideal recipe for summer fun. Serves Christina Smienk, left and Shirley Cronik, both of lethbridge, soak up the sunshine in a pre-summer tanning at Park Lake. Revolution unseals traditional unmentionables New York Times Service i erican males perhaps 12 mil- This Summer Relax in the Sun with an ACORN POOL Phone 328-3402 riage is going to collapse. He can't take the abuse much longer. Last week I received a fine job offer across the street. Should I take it or wait around and pick up the pieces? Hope But No Charity DEAR F. H. BUT NO C Take the job offer. When (or if) the boss's marriage col- lapses he can walk across the street. If he wants to. Don't get bumed by a "line" that's too hot to han- dle. Play it cool with Ann Landers' guide to "Necking And Petting What Are The Send your re- quest to Ann Landers in care of your newspaper to Landers Reader Mail, Chicago Sun- Times, 401 North Wabash Ave.. Chicago, 111 enclosing 50 cents in coin and a long, stamped, self addressed en- velope. NEW YORK To some, Sid Price, a clean-shaven 40-year- old Manhattan carpet mill sales manager with a receding hair- line, a slight paunch and a pref- 1 erence for plain brown suits, I would have to be considered a lion of them who have gone one step beyond being weaned from the classic white shirt and gray flannel suit and are now stirring up a revolution in the fashion underwear business by wearing silky unmentionables. URGENTLY REQUIRED BOARD AND ROOM FOR SUMMER FIGURE SKATING Registrants girls 10 to 18 from out of town Henderson Lake area preferred PHONE 328-3032 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION square. But under that suit, Price Once considered a joke in the men's underwear business, these days sports a bright, bold- where change generally occurs ly patterened stretch nylon j with the speed of a glacier, bikini, fashion underwear sales have Price is only one of an in-1 soared in the last three years creasing large number of Am-1 from less than 5 per cent to nearly 25 per cent of total rev-' fashion underwear are vocifer- enue Devotees Senior citizens suggest changes Two Lethbridge area repre-1 greater tax exemption for sin- Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements In The UtUwidge Herald All weading reports, marriage and engagement announcements will now be published on i spe- cial page in The Herald's Saturday edition each week. Special requests for publication on other specific days of the week will be given every consideration- Wedding Reports, with or without picture, will now accepted in the following forms: Standard Wedding Report- Using the information you provide on Ths Herald's standard wedding report form, (available at The REPORT ONLY 5.00 REPORT WITH TWO COLUMN PICTURE Extended Wedding If you wish information published which would additional to thai provided on The Herald's stand- ard report form, this will be accepted, and the> entire report will then be charged at 20c per count line. Charge for a two column picture with this write-up would be DEADLINE FOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION WILL BE 4 P.M. WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE Phone 328-4411 Family Editor LetHbndge Herald sentatives were present at the recent meeting in Ottawa of senior citizens and government officials. Sandy Sandersock. president of the Chinook Pensioners and Sanior Citizens' Organisation, and Marian Goddard of Fort MacLeod national secretary, were among those who met with John Turner, minister of fi- nance: Marc LaLonde, minister of health and Welfare; Maur- ice Joubert, director of the New Horizons project, and oth- er dignitaries. The National Pensioners Brief was discussed at length during the two-day conference, and many points were accepted by those present. Among the recommenda- tions made by the senior citi- zens was an increase in the Old Age Security Pension (OAS) irom to S150, Another major point was low- ering the pension age for wom- en year by j'ear until the sug- gested age of 60 was standard pension age. The brief also asked for a come in all ages (principally between 18 and 45) and fit no preconceived image. Athletes, show-business person- alities, soldiers, school teach- ers, businessmen and construc- tion workers own anywhere from a few to a wardrobe full. Fashion underwear actually j is an umbrella description for; everything more daring than the staple white boxers and bneis The variety includes classic cotton knits (made through the use of bold as well as highly styled mesh or Ban-Ion biidnis in bold flor- als, checks and geometries. And for the middle-aged paunch, too far gone for the scanties, one manufacturer has created geometric prints on ab- breviated boxers. Much of the underwear can double as out- wear In many instances, it's unisex. Some producers are already predicting the next step a ous in their praise. Said Kenneth Colman of Stamford. Conn., a 46-year-old industrialist, aiter his first day in nylon bikini underwear. "I feel young I feel slim, I feel sexv. I can't believe it" Far-out hair Lew Magram, who calls him- self "shirtmaker to the stare." and whose stoi; here has out- fitted men for three decades, is convinced that the new look is here to stay. "It does something for a i man when he wears sexy un-1 he said. "He feels I that someone is looking at him i I guess it's the way girls feel. too. isn't it? come to the store. that s got it all the Mr. 'n Tall Shop Sui's and sports jackets, sizes 40-58 Tall shirts, neck sizes 1412 to 19. sleeves to 38 Big shirts, neck sizes 17 io 21. sleeves to 38 Shoes to 16. most widths Extra long ties plus underwear, pyjamas socks. Mail orders promptly filled. Write for free catalogue. Jtt U 1, SHOP (ALTA) LTD. Penny Lane Mall 513-519 8th Ave. W. Calgary gle and married pensioners, and representatives were told this would be taken care of in the j one-piece" bcdysuit suitable for near future. (playing tennis, casual after- Rent control was debated as j noon-) or eveings out, and aell- a matter which should concern provincial governments, and the removal of educational taxes from the residential property of senior citizens. Other points discussed includ- ed the abandonment of railway stations and the possibilities of turning these into recreational centres for pensioners. The matter of continuing the OAS pension following the death of one partner was suggest- ed, as this amount could help in clearing off possible indebt- edness. The bulk purchase of drugs by the federal government was also considered, reducing the price of these to the pension- aged consumer In general, it was felt by those present, that the brief was well presented and reflect- ed the views of senior citizens across Canada. ing for as much as I Like most converts, j who have taken the plunge into NEW YORK (API Its a' hair salon for far-out heads. j Since February, hair stylist] Gino Ribarski has been dyeing pictures, geometric designs and graffiti into people's hair for to His salon is called Sadie Thompson's. So far, he says he has been getting 25 customers a week and has turned out such designs as shooting stars, butterflies, i hearts, flowers, lightning bolts. initials and seagulh. He also i does conventional styling. I Ribarski, who says he is the i only practitioner of the pop j form, also does art-deco-mul- j Ucolored designs following a those i sculptured shape-'for really far-out people." HAIR STYLiS Monique HAS JUST RETURNED FROM EUROPE WITH THE LATEST HAIR STYLES FOR SUMMER 73. MOHIQUi'S at the MARQUIS Corner 4th Ave. and 7th St. S. Phone 328-8023 HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Need Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CALL 328-2860 FOR PICKUP jERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 1st AVE. S. KING KOIN KING KOfN KING KOIN A MRS. L. CALDERWOOD of GRANUM was the winner of our first bi-weekly draw You could be the next so bring in. this ad with your laundry or dry cleaning during attended hours of a.m. to p.m. Mon- day thru Friday TO THE BIG LAUNDERETTE 1263 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-8944 We have the largest Koin laundry facilitiei in Southern Alberta for your convenience. Open 24 hours Snack vendors 3 extractors Coin dry cleaning Free parking attended 31 washers, 17 dryers professionally z 6 X o 5 I KING KOIN KING KOIN KING KOIN Z O O z 5 Z 6 o 2 5 I i Z O o Z 6 o z SIMPSONS bears JUNIOR Are you: An outgoing female Leader in school Mature and poised Flexible 0 Between oges 16-18 If SO: Then you may qualify for Simp- sons-Sears Teen Fashion Council. Application forms are now avail- able at Simpsons-Sears Junior Ba- zaar Department for Fash- ion Advisory Board. Call in and fill one out before May 30th. Junior Bazaar OUR STORE HOURS: Open Daily 930 a.m. 5 30 p.m., Thurs. and Fri. 9.30 o.m. to 9.00 p.m. Centra Village Mall. Telephone 328.9231 .teen fashion cound ;