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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: This is for Miss 44D who hates to wear a bra because it's uncomfortable. Her weak line was, "Not every braless female is trying to be sexy, Ann. Some of us just want to be comfortable." I have news for her. If she wants to be comfortable she should stop stuffing her fat face and lose some weight. The actual bust size of a woman is reflected in her cup letter. (A, B, C, etc.) The number along side it 33. 40, 42, etc., signifies how large she is. I work in a bra factory DEAR ANN LANDERS: Sc you think you have had every problem under the sun? I'll bet you will be surprised to find a brand new one today. My husband has long toe- nails. They are very sharp and I have awaken sd with scratched ankles more often that I care to remember. Last night he really slab- bed me. I actually yelled. It was a.m- The dog began DEAR ANN LANDERS: Recently I read something in the papar that disgusted and shocked me. I am appalled by the selfishness cf people, their lack of consideration for elderly friends, neighbor? and relatives. This week I where two very old women (one in Ohio, the other in Illinois) were found dead in their homes, frozen. They had died of starvation and exposure. No one ever thought to look in on thsse people. When their bodies discovered by neigh- bors, they had been dead two months. Is it asking loo much l.o phone an elderly aunt or and I'm up on these things. A 34 seems to fit the aver- age frame of a 120 pound woman. Can you imagine how much a 44D would weigh? I've made bras in 32F. These poor girls should see a plastic surgeon. But that dame who wears a 44D has another kind of problem. Her mouth. Up With People In Vermont DEAR UP: Not all 44's are big boned gals wish large frames. But you are right about the cup sizes. When madame's cup runneth over 10 an F, she should consider breast reduction surgery. to bark. I told him I had had it with his toenails and that I am buying twin beds. He promised to trim his toe- nails but he has done this be- fore and they grow like crazy. Please, Ann. give me some advice. Love Him But He's Dangerous DEAR LOVE. TelJ King Kong to fJeep with his socks on. Simple, wasn't iL? great-grandmother or cousin, or even a friend once or twice a week to see if they ate sick and need something? And what a treat it would be for these lovely folks if some- one came by an took them for a ride, or out for a meal. I do hope that every person who reads this will think of some- one who has been forgotten for a long while. Give him or her a call. It would be a wonderful Loved My Parents DEAR I.L.: Yes. it would I can promise you that your letter will send many people to the telephone today. Thanks for writing. Thursday, May 31, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD U Summer training camps offered by Family YMCA The Family YMCA will offer a number of camps this sum- mer, including track and field, wilderness and judo. The track and field training camp will be held in two ses- sions, from July 2 through 6 and another from July 9 to 13. Programs will be presented daily from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Civic Sports Centre and are meant to encourage participa- tion in track sports. Practical and theoretical training will be given in an at- tempt to prepare members for the Southern Alberta Summer Games, and sessions are de- signed to offer learning by- doing techniques. Clubs increase VANCOUVER (CP) The number of young people's clubs, sponsored by the Canadian For- estry Association of British Col- umbia, increased about 35 per cent in 1972. association general manager W. F. Myring said. Thirty-six new clubs were added to bring the provincial total to 119. he said. Club activities centre around conservation and forest-oriented services. Modern up-to-date training methods will be introduced such as circuit, paarlauf, fartlek and strength training to deve- lop physical qualities and all sessions will be conducted by qualified lecturers and ath- letes. Applications will be accepted from boys and girls ages 12 to 18, with June 25 as the reg- istration deadline. A camp for wilderness ex- perience will be offered from July 15 to 20 and again from July 29 to August 3 for inter- ested young people ages 12 to 14. The sessions will be conduct- ed at Tillicum Village at Camp Impessa, located on the west shore of Beaver Mines Lake. Included in the program will be swimming, canoeing, hik- ing, mountain climbing, camp- fire programs, fishing, nature crafts, and nature lore. Regis-! tration deadlines are July 5 and July 19. Those interested in the art of judo will have the opportunity to enrol in a camp designed specifically for Judoka be- tween the ages of 10 and 17 years. The highly concentrated 10- day session will deal with con- ditioning, techniques and phil- osophy of the sport. Westcastle Ski Resort will be the site of the August 2 through 11 camp, and instructors will be Yosh Senda, Greg Senda and Joe Meli. In addition to the judo camp, ample time will be available for participants to take advan- tage of the fishing, hiking and horseback' riding in the area. For further information re- garding any of the summer camps, interested persons are asked to contact the Familv Y at 328-7771. Single subject HELPS TEETH The crisp firm flesh of an apple helps keep teeth and gums in good condition. SANDY'S JEWELLERY 25th ANNIVERSARY SALE CONTINUES 25% to 50% off 304 On the Second Floor To Save You More 304 5th ST. S. PHONE 327-4625 I Walter Watts of Edmonton warms up on his unicycle before leaving Vancouver I in an attempt to set a distance record for unicycle riding miles, from Vancouver to Halifax. He hopes to complete the journey in three months. I i------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Petulant princess in headlines JACKPOT BINGO THIS THURSDAY 31st Sponsored by Ladies' Aid of St. Peter and St. Paul's Church STARTS P.M. SHARP-PARISH HAH CORNER 12th STREET B AND 7th AVENUE NORTH Jackpot Starts nt and it Won Every Thursday 2nd Jackpot in 52 Numbers Sth-7 No. Jackpot o' Gold 25C PER CASD OR 5 FOR SI.DO A15O FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZE Persons under 16 years not allowed B8NGO SCANDINAVIAN HALL 229 12th St. 'C N. FRIDAY, JUNE 1st t 8 p.m. DOORS OPEN AT 7 P.M. NEW JACKPOT IN 52 NUMBERS 10th GAME WIN ON EMPTY CARD 4th 8th 12th GAME in 7 NUMBERS or LESS 5 CARDS FOR ENTER YOUR NAME FOR POT OF GOLD Single Winner First 12 Games Neighbors Receive 50c GOLD CARDS PAY DOUBLE EACH 2 DOOR PRIZES 36 FREE CARDS 5 DRAWS FOR NEXT WEEK Sorry No one under 16 yecrs of age allowed. LONDON (Reuier) A salty tongue and flair for fashion has made Princess Anne one o' the best-known members of Britain's most publicized fam- ily. Even before she quit her teens, the tall, blonde princess with the striking wide-brimmed hats was making ten controversial ones. But it was her skill as an equestrienne good enough to win consideration for an Olym- pic clinched her pre-eminence as a creator of news copy. And it was her prowess as a horsewoman that brought her together with Mark Phillips, the British Army lieutenant she is I to marry in the autumn. Their j recently announced engage- ment ended weeks of specula- tion. The princess has clearly es- tablished herself as her own woman. She speaks her mind with something of the quarterdeck fluency of her father. And many Britons seem to like her that way. "I can't see in this bloody she exclaimed during a torn' of Australia. fn Washington once, she hit out at the press. "I can't stand 10 million press people on my heels all the time." she said. "1 just cannot stand it." Some columnists called her the petulant princess. i But it didn't silence her. j When photographer flocked j round in the early stages of her j friendship with Phillips, she told them bluntly they were getting her goat. Parliamentarians criticized her for creating an unfortunate j public image. Opponents of fox- hunting asked her to seek a j gentler sport. Her love of fast cars came j under scrutiny. And there was j some head-shaking at reports j of the princess dancing the I night away or turning up at Buckingham Palace around the j time the milkman was due to j call. i Anne has energy to bum. Be- j fore she was 20, she had driven a big doubledecker London bus, fired a machine-gun, danced on j stage after the hippy musical j Hair and shopped for sweaters j in a London chain store like i any ordinary teen-ager. On a visit to a British battle- ship she threw dice and downed a tot of rum. Once she drove a Chieftain tank. Golden Mile Tuesday: Singing 10 a.m. Old time dancing 2 p.m. Noteworthy: Tickets are now available for the three-day trip to Fairmont Hot Springs, June 18 to 20. Members are asked to please pick them up as soon as pos- sible. The centre will accept names of senior citizens who wish to have minor repairs done to their homes. Please phone 327- 5333. The centre and the Leth- bridge Community College will co-operate in the fall to estab- lish interesting and creative ac- tivities. Further details will be available at: a later date. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes U i v- m Try a little Tenderness: OWN CHICKEN! 'While you're down on your knees asking him for a raise, act nonchalant." R.AISIN CHICKEN CUTLETS seasoned salt pepper juice of 1 lemon cup dry to medium dry white 2 tablespoons light seedless raisins 3 large boned chicken breasts OR 6 halves OR boned thighs 2 tablspoons butter 2 teaspoons oil Remove skin from boned breasts or thighs (see page Place between sheets of plastic film. Pound to even thickness with meat mallet or heavy saucer. Sprinkle with seasoned salt, pepper and lemon juice (add finely grated rind if Melt butter and oil in frying pan. Saute chicken slowly in covered pan 10 minutes turning Once to brown evenly. Add wine, cover and cook until tender about 5 to 10 minutes depending on size. Add raisins, heat thoroughly and serve. Add more wine with raisins if pan is too dry. Yields 6 servings. Nice with green vegetables, sweet potatoes, crisp salad. Send ut your favorite chicknn and will you book-full of ours. Albtrta Broiler Growers' Marketing Board -P.O BOX 3135 STN. A EDMONTON JUNE SALE! Custom Made Drapes Special Vi Price LlNINGS COTTON SATEEN............YARD POLYESTER LINING 1.25 CASH AND CARRY MAKE YOUR OWN DRAPES. PRICE ON MATERIAL IN STOCK. SHORT ENDS ,.6 yd. piece, 50e A5 CUSHION SQUARES FREE WITH PURCHASE (Limit 5 Per Customer) 15% OFF on reds, trims, toss cushions, tie bocks 10% OFF Special order Materials GRAHAM JOHNSON DRAPERIES 325 5th Street S. Phone 328-8254 Ladies' Platform DRESS CLOG A fashiono'ble looking shoe! Features o 1" cover- ed leather platform sole wifh smooth White leather uppers ano1 a 3" fashion heel. White only. Open Toe Clog White leather upper end ton seek fining, Polyurothene wedge sole with o carved look heel. Whim. WOOlCOi KPMTMtKTSTMU A DTVIMOH Of TW Daily to 6 B m. Shopping Mall Thursday and Friday aojs MogratH DrivB 9 a.m. p.m. We Right To Limit Quantities. IF YOU TAKE AWAY OUR LOW PRICES YOU VE GOT A REGULAR DEPARTMENT STORE ;