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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers Dear Ann My age was murdered three months ago. It is very hard to accept especially when it happens to a young and beautiful person. But' if death comes as the result of an illness or an one can say to was God's will. He had a But death' by How can a person accept such a horrible I know I am not alone. This sort of tragedy has occurred in many other families. Every time you pick up a newspaper you read of a murder someplace. But until it happens to one of your you can't imagine what it means. I have talked to our. minister. He has done his best 'DELILAH STRAND Club elects executive Bridge City Toastrnistress Club have elected Delilah Strand president for the coming term of with executive members Benita Jay and Bridget Pastoor as treasurer and allied arts representative. Club representative is Shirley Sanford. MODERNIZE NOW WITH A CUSTOM BUILT Eliminate Starred Walls and Scuffed Floors Save Valuable Space Save Legless or pedestal table Cc- be built le any kitchen area in Alberta. THE NOOK 425 -13th Street North Westminster Shopping Plaza Phone to comfort but he has no answers. I am no cloer to acceptance now than I was the night that terrible thing happened. Can you say something to help Still Mourning Detr There are many questions for which there are no only more such as Why would a good God allow such a thing to The list is long and I'm sure you know the questions better than I. You must accept death when it comes to a loved no matter how. Because you have no choice. You must believe that God in His infinite wisdom had a reason not known to you but it is there. Your brother would be very unhappy if he knew how tortured you are. For his sake you must get over your grief. I suggest therapy for a few months. Good talking sessions on a regular basis can be immensely helpful. Please go. Dear Ann I gotcha this time. I've been waiting for you to give some wrong advice and you did it. I refer to your counsel to the secretary who had to buy a birthday gift in a hurry. She stopped in a drugstore and purchased a bottle of bubble bath. They didn't and the sack looked awful so she threw it away and brought the bottle You said it was a pretty tacky way to present a gift but it was no crime. Then you you gone to the party naked you could have been arrested for indecent but this is no big forget Ann you haven't been to any parties in Sausalito or Palm Beach. Midnight of sometimes are not uncommon. And sometimes the guests to put on their clothes. This is not considered dear. Nobody can get arrested for what goes in the privacy of their homes. eat your baby. Last Laugh Dear the words are still on the plate for YOU to eat. You can get arrested for having a quiet little poker game fully clothed in certain cities where gambling is illegal. I am not saying I support such interference by the but it's the law nevertheless. A person might take off his clothes at a party and NOT get arrested in some but I know of no city where you can GO to a party naked. Nudity in public is illegal in every city of the U.S. Are your parents too Hard to Ann Landers's By How to Get More could help you bridge the generation gap. Send in coin with your request and a self-addressed envelope to Ann P.O. Box 111. 60654. LADIES AUXILIARY TO THE ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION TEA and BAKE SALE JUNE 1st From p.m. There will also be a showing of wedding gowns from the 1920's to at and p.m. The 1974 gown will be shown through the courtesy of Betty 4th Ave. South. Everyone Welcome. Door Prize price Nipon fashions a hit Gingham dress with pleated two-piece pin-dot dress. Non-dumb dress look scores instant appeal By PHYLLIS FELDKAMP Christian Science Monitor NEW N.Y. A non-dumb dress that is truly well-made and not astronomically priced is hard to find. So when women who like to wear dresses began to discover the Albert Nipon a glow of contentment spread throughout the land. That was a little less than two years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Nipon and had been known as the owners of manufacturing truly well-made maternity dresses at their plant in Philadelphia. One day a vice-president of Saks Fifth Avenue in New York took a careful look at a new line. he we have dresses like this in our regular misses' The Nipons hastened back to made up a dozen brought them in to received a large and found they were in the dress business. They didn't bother at the start with the fuss and fanfare of a press opening but word went around anyway. Here at last were the sort of dresses women had been yearning to find. Nipon became what is known in the trade as a for stores across the country. stand for fashion and and our clothes set the customer apart and make her a little is Albert Nipon's explanation of the reason the firm has reached a annual volume. Buyers say the dresses have plenty of the indefinable something that draws a customer toward a rack and on into a fitting room. Customers appreciate the care expressed through such details as neat mathematically precise lace seam binding with the Albert Nipon name woven in every few inches or and they feel especially pleased by the three-cornered scarf that conies as a dividend with each dress. Certainly Pearl Nipon's fabrication of the line has been a strong factor in the company's success story. As fashion director for the she hunts down unusual materials all over the Continent in regular trips to then urges her three designers to work from the fabric out. At the Interstoff Fabrics Fair in in and she finds lightweight and synthetics she the style of the the Nipons are not Japanese but they get enough mail addressed to to understand why people make that assumption. Mr. Nipon was born Leib Niepomiaszcozyk of Russian parents in Philadelphia. Model finds new lifestyle outside of Soviet Union ROME Galia the Soviet Un- ion's most beautiful is stranded in a third-class boarding house in Rome wait- ing for her new life in the West to begin. 27 and born in was the top model at the Moscow Institute of Fash- where the guidelines are worked out for the entire clothing industry in the Soviet Union. lived she had a two-room apartment and earned lire monthly. My a'partment was across the street from Five years ago she was photographed for a top Amer- ican fashion magazine spread on Russian the tempting offers began coming her way from abroad. When her husband died of in she was left with no relatives except her 64-year-old mother. two years I could think of nothing but the tragedy of my husband. But then I finally Vfll Time is Complete selection of sandals for MEN WOMEN CHILDREN A wide assortment of colors and the latest in Summer 74 styles. had to start thinking of what I was going to do with the rest of my Model agency impresario Eileen Ford suggested in doz- ens of letters that the willowy Russian girl seek her fortune in the most of the letters never reached Milows- kaya. A direct-dial telephone from Miss calling at last from did reach however. On April Milowskaya left the Soviet Union with a visa for Israel grandmother was With her she brought two suitcases and two cardboard boxes tied with string and holding souve- Russian chocolate a carved wooden chess set and dolls. But no clothes. had two fur but I sold them so as to leave my mother with some With the help of the Inter- national Rescue which pays for her Rome boarding she went from Vienna to Rome and then to Capri to compete in that symbol of Western dec- a bathing beauty con- test. was in a state of she confesses.' It was a shock in more ways than one. As one oT the organizers of the swim fash- ions show-cum-beauty contest WeeWhimsvi Joe GREEN'S SHOES Downtown on Sixth StrMt Southern Alberta Busi- ness Ssmpler not valid after May 1974. Open Thursdays till p.m. M Mni irw ongirw in hit quoit vn. ir rhilri't nnniatKifl to fhit MDftr at Capri found herself up against 20 Western and found out that some were even more stunning than she because they are better made up and have better hair What Milowskaya does have are extraordinary plus a bittersweet personal tale that will doubtless help launch her in the West. Already the Italian sentimental women's magazines are calling her and Solzhenitsyn of fashion And she is enjoying the Eternal City. I am going to a nightclub to she breathlessly. it is the first time I have ever been to a nightclub. And I will too. I had never been out of the Soviet Union before. I return I hope visit. The Italian paparazzi have been quick to bedevil her with questions about whether or not she had a free life in the Soviet Union. She replies that she that she simply wants a change. The fact that she now has a boy-friend who is studying medicine in New York City was another factor. she says firmly. She is full of high hopes for new life and refuses to be de- terred by details like lack of money. confess that I would have died of starvation by now if I did not have friends in Rome. But I will make Even though she is short of cash she managed to buy an Italian sky blue corduroy maxi skirt. like Italian she they are so well cut and she she likes the boutiques with their lively va- the Russian fashions lack. favorite Russian de- signer is Irina she said. in Russia it is hard to work in fashion. is not considered an im- portant profession. In Russia it is easy to be a a a not a model. the Russian fash- ion industry really prefers models that resemble the typ- ical Russian large-boned and very strong looking. the opposite of NOBODY NORTH Ont. Four secondary school students who took part in a shop-lifting experiment here concluded that really cares at The experiment was part of a project on crime conducted by three school classes. The students said most shoppers took little notice or bothered to com- ment about the worth of food. PUBLIC BINQO _ 16 GAMES BLACKOUT Until LETHBRIDQE ELKS LODGE ROOM EVERY THURS.-8 p.a. HELP US TO HELP OTHERSI TIM Salvation Army Waif are Sarvicas Fwiilin. Tip. IllslsjiiH Effects 321-MM For Mcfcup OR LEAVE AT 419 AVE. S. LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE 1234-3rd Ave. N. Regular Wednesday Night p.m. 2t QAMIS-OOUBLE MONEY CARDS-MANY EXTRAS TMl Wnk'i Jsekitl in 54 NMISTI S cirti II SI cirlt m eisMi DeK Prin NO one under P ears 10 play Unusual fruit gains popularity N.Z. One of the oddest looking fruits anywhere is proving a smash hit on world markets. Once it was called a Chinese gooseberry. Which was fine except that it is neither Chinese nor a gooseberry. It has been described as looking like an unshelled a baby hedgehog or a grape in a fur coat. About 95 per cent of world production now.comes from an area within 35 miles of the New Zealand east-coast township of Te Puke. So because it is so largely a New Zealand it has been renamed kiwifruit and is meeting an insatiable demand in many countries. When the spiky outer skin is the kiwifruit inside is several times larger than a gooseberry. Cut it somewhat resembles the interior of a but it is not nearly as acid. In it has a bland taste which blends well with nearly any other in fruit and desserts. It is also rich in vitamin C and hence as a health food. Perhaps the favorite use of all for the kiwifruit is as a dec- orative garnish. When cut across in thin it makes an attractive decoration to any dessert. Since it is it is an advantage that slices in this form can be so that even one kiwifruit makes quite a display. So popular has the kiwifruit become in North America that plantings are being made in California. But Te Puke kiwif- ruit growers are not unduly they feel that large Californian production would make the fruit more widely known and expand their market even further. This year 270 growers expect to export about tons of kiwifruit from New worth about million. Supplies are going to 20 countries and nearly the entire crop is presold. Estimates are that by J980 exports should total tons worth some million. So keen is the demand that growers have begun to organize co-operatives to market their product abroad. The largest of with 104 has established a central packing plant. Cancer researchers study chemical switch TORONTO A chemical that turns cancer cells back into normal cells is being studied at the Sloan-Kettering Research Institute for Cancer Research in New institute director Dr. Robert A. Good said Sunday. Speaking to a centennial conference on laryngeal Dr. Good said that Dr. Larry a is studying cells from children with a form of cancer called and has found THE BETTER HALF that in a test tube the chemical can tell the cells to stop their random growth do their differentiated thing.'1 Dr Helson has also used the drug in some of the Dr. Good but that it is not a cure only an indication of the direction of research and treatment. Half of all children with leukemia now live for five years Dr Good compared with only a few months a few years ago. By Barnes show a loss of two inches all right wait until you can KK card not all that friendly Tex. Scott imperial wizard of the Texas Fiery Knights of the Ku Klux Klan in was asked by security guards to leave the conference of the National Organization for Women Some delegates apparently felt threatened by cards Nelson distributed. His card have just been paid a friendly visit by the Ku Klux Klan. Should we pay you a real Nelson denied that the cards were a threat. He described them as souvenir the kind a person will not throw He said he handed out about 15 or 20 cards before leaving. Jacqueline Ruth Knight recently graduated with distinction from the University of Lethbridge receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics. Jacqueline is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Knight of and granddaughter of Mrs. Agnes Knight of Lethbridge and Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Anderson of Magrath. Lethbridge DlllffMI Wednesday Fish Game Assoc. DII1UU at 8 p.m. Jackpot in S3 Numbers 3 4th Blh -10th in 7 NumMn GOLD CARDS PAY DOUBLE FREE CARDS EAGLES HALL 13th ST. N. 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