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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 - THE LETHBRIDCE HERAID - Monday, November 1, 1971 \S$fc Ann Land ers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Would you do your readers a favor and print this letter? I am recovering from tuberculosis, which was detected early. 1 am in my mid-twenties and had never been sick before in my life. When the TB trailer was in our neighborhood. I was in a hurry but decided to take the few minutes. Those few minutes may have saved my life. Many people still have old notions about TB. Would you please set them straight? In order to catch TB a person must be run down and susceptible. After a brief time on medication, the TB patient is not contagious. Also when a person has been declared well by his doctor, he is as capable a worker as he was before he became sick. Many people have written to tell me they are .sorry about my illness and they hope someone will be kind and hire me. Please inform your readers that a person who has had TB is extremely health-conscious and will get regular medical check-ups which makes him a better employment risk than most people. Thanks a lot.-100 per cent O.K. DEAR O.K.: Bravo: Thanks for giving me the opportunity to get some vital information to 54 million readers. DEAR ANN LANDERS: A few days ago marked the first anniversary of my mother's death. On that I took a floral offering and placed it on her grave. I brought a lovely arrangement of artificial flowers, thinking that artificial flowers would last longer than live flowers A few. days later I returned to the grave and to my astonishment the flowers were gone. I went to the custodian and asked what had become of the beautiful arrangement t had placed on my mother's grave. He told me that this sort of theft is common, that drug users,- desperate for anything they can convert into cash, come to the cemetery and take anything they can find. I asked if there was any way these despicable ghouls could be kept out. He told me. "No-a locked gate would keep everyone out, and a custodian cannot tell by looking at a person whether he is a mourner or a thief." Please, Ann, print this and offer a word of advice, if possible. Is there a solution?-. DEAR L: I can think of no solution except a guard at the gate who might ask the name of the grave the visitor wants to visit. Your letter is one of the sorriest I have ever read. How tragic that a person would sink so low that he would steal flowers from a grave. This is the real tragedy. Please send inquiries and requests to Landers Reader-mail Department. Chicago Sun Times-Daily News, 401 North Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111. 60611. cELAINE POWERS FIGURE SALON, INC. 1971 Summer's GoneJ Don't Linger another minute * Call E. P. FIGURE CONTROL CENTRE Today 327-2151 For Your FREE Trial Visit THERE'S NO OBLIGATION HOURS: Mon. to Fri. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sat. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Complete 4 Month Program Only 0-25 per mo. NO INTEREST-NO ANNUAL PERCENTAGE RATE -J Chris Raget went from a SIZE 16 TO SIZE 12 lin Crash NU Diets lift Strenuous NU exercises long term NO IF YOU ARE A DRESS SIZE - 14 - YOU CAN BE A SIZE 10 IN 31 DAYS 16 - YOU CAN BE A SIZE 12 IN 36 DAYS 18 - YOU CAN BE A SIZE 14 IN 36 DAYS 20 - YOU CAN BE A SIZE 14 IN 50 OAYS 22 - YOU CAN BE A SIZE 16 IN S1 DAYS RESULTS ... If fur any rtuson .vou fail to receive results, F.lninc Powers v.-i!I give you fi MONTHS KREB E. P. FIGURE CONTROL CENTRE COLLEGE SHOPPING MALL NBvj /J �venue �nd Mayor Magrath Drive Next to Cinema Theatre - Ample Free Parking FAREWELL PRESENTATION - Mrs. Helen Grunewold receiving one of the gifts presented to her Sunday evening at a party honoring her retirement as matron of Green Acres Lodge. Making the presentation is Harold Dupen, chairman of the Green Acres Foundation. A Calendar Of Local happenings The regular monthly meeting of St. Andrews Women's Federation will be held Tuesday in the church lounge at 8:13 man, 118 7 Ave. S. Thursday al ' Ladies of the Orange Lodge 2:30 p.m. j v.ill meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m ,r  * * � in the Canadian Western Nat- Members of the Original j ural Gas Company auditorium p.m. A work bc-e to prepare for ; Pensioners and Senior Citizens j Hostesses as arranged Ihp annual haiaar mill f/>llr>,> i CnnM,, ...:,u;,-. i_ .l. ._____ � the annual bazaar will follow the business meeting. * * * ' Melling McMahon section of St. Augustines AWC will meet at the home of Mrs. H. EUer- Society wishing to take the tour to the College and University or, WednesdaV. "are asked "to! J"* LetttM-Mge Social Credit Dhone 327-6994 for re.servnMnn< i Women s_ Auxiliary will phone 327-6994 for reservations. Bus will leave the Civic Centre at 1 p.m. and out L �own , ..... hold its regular monthly meeting on Wednesday hi Room 1 of the Civic Sports' Centre at 2 p.m. Hostesses will be Mrs. V. Erd-man, Mrs. D. Gillies and Mrs. H. Trapp. Rev. L. D. Hankinson will officially open the annual tea and bazaar of the Women's Federation of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Wednesday at 2 The regular meeting of the Women of the Moose wiU bo During the evening hours,; held Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the from 7-9, the A. Voort, S. Perrin, B. Fleming. P Kooy, G. G. VanderLinden, p.m. in the church hall, 1818 I E. C. Reid and K. Buijert will Srh Ave. S. Sharing pouring honors will be Mesdames T. E. Morris, C. W. Mowers, C. A. Duncan, .7. L. Van Pelt, N. J. Hunt, E. Baird, assisted by Mesdames H. J. Stoffer and G. W. Long. Serving the guests will be Mesdames E. W. Ross, J. Orr, W. Plomp, R. M. Paterson, A. Van Egmond, P. J. Van Sluys, J. A. Norrie, C. Van Pelt, T. E. McLean, R. J. Wilson. F. Ship-pobotham, T. Last, W. J. Penny, J. S. Clarke, E. J. Baker, F. Eartlett and A. F. Kimber. In charge of kitchen arrangements will be Mesdames R. H. Skeith, J. Toeters, L. G. Robinson, J. Jenks, O. Piekema, L. Eruyckere, A. Huising, P. Schipper, P. Hanhart, M. Bol-okoski. Moose Home, 1234 3 Ave. N. Hostesses will be Nellie Shaw and Ann Strazza. be serving refreshments A nursery will be provided ; during the afternoon and evening hours and will be in charge of Mesdames I. Burnett, I.. McHardy, J. Venbuis, J. Faassen and Miss Brenda Van Egmond. Cashier for the day will be Mrs. J. Peebles. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 $500 JACKPOTS LETHBRIOGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS-8 p.m. "I CLEAN MY CARPETS FOR 50C A ROOM!" ma SHAMPOO Clems your carpets like new. 15 to 1 concentrate makes more than any other shampoo. Cleans a 10 X12 It. carpet lor as little is 50?. Oo It yourself the easy professional way and save. $1.00 per day Heavy Duty Snampooer with purchase of TREWAX RUG SHAMPOO. *4.,.$2,25 ttii. $3.95 $7.25 A remarkable rug stain remover. Removes dog stains, Merthlolste, Ink, Coke, shot polish. UKRAINIAN GREEK-ORTHODOX CHURCH BASEMENT Cor. 13th Street and 7th Avenue N. PUBLIC BINGO EVERY TUESDAY - 8:00 p.m. DOORS OPEN 7:00 P.M. DOOR PRIZE - FREE CARDS - FREE GAMES BINGO CARDS 25c EACH - 5 CARDS $1.00 BLACKOUT $140 IN 55 NUMBERS OR LESS (Jackpot Increases $5 Weekly) $100 BLACKOUT JACKPOT in SO numbers or less Two seven numbers or less Jackpot $25 each Sorry - No person under 16 years of age allowed MRS. CONNIE MORTON ! welcomes you To The Cosmotiq "FRAGRANCE FESTIVAL" She has a gift for you (HEARTBEAT) purchase CAPITOL FURNITURE 326 5th Street South Phone 327-8578 (a i:uk\i\ PARIS �'.if/4 �'A THE COSMOTIQUE 305 - 6 St. S. Downtown Phone 328-1 212 Green Acres residents Keep Fit honor retiring matron clinic Saturday Love With warmth, friendship and! new matron, Mrs. Leora N deep feeling, the residents of j who has been a member of Green Acres Lodee said fare- staff for some time, well to Matron Helen Grime- i Mrs. Grunewald will be wakl. : ing in Raymond. Mrs. Grunewald, who came I to the lodge several years ago, has served the residents well Willi her ever-present smile, charm and understanding ways. She began her service as matron of Golden Acres in 1964, and then moved to Green Acres two and one half years ago. The evening began with a supper that was prepared by the staff, followed by a program presented and attended by residents, members of the lodge board, and guests. Presentations of gifts in her honor were made on behalf of the residents, the board, and the Matrons' Association of Southern Alberta. Don LeBaron, lodge administrator, gave a farewell speech end wished her success in the future. The evening of entertainment ended with the naming of the ess, the liv- . . . telling xoit frieuds you proud of him, I Ladies Keep Fit Instructors i Clinic will be held Saturday at [sahelle Sellon Junior High Srhool in Blairmore, The one-day clinic Is sponsored by the recreation branch, provincial department of culture, youth and recreation and the Crowsnest Pass Recreation Board. Women interested in being keep fit instructors, or piano acccmprnisls for classes, ar� rsked to please attend the clinic. No previous experience is necessaiy. Instructors for the clinic will ; be the physical education staff cf the University ol Leth-bridgc. Those who wish to register : or obtain additional information are asked to contact; Mar G Gibb. department of culture, , youth and recreation, 515 7 St. IS. Lethbridge. Ft ON I hiio mmvv/y, rnrnm, \ � �tmm M 7 SWIMS ROW BEEf ��w-i �,� asm saws KKju&n ca - resent j**^ MORE FOR YOUR MONEY than most other rice mixes! Rice�A-Roni is not canned or pre-cooked. You simply saute and simmer Rice�A�Roni to taste perfection in minutes. Enjoy the real meat flavor in our Chicken, Beef, Fried, and Wild Rice*A*Roni. Try Rice�A*Roni-"The San Francisco Treat!' Now packed in Canada. THIS COUPON IS WORTH 150 ON ANY RICE-A-RONI FLAVOR � r ITAKE THIS COUPON TO YOUR GROCER AND I SAVE j 15* C STORE COUPON 0 Ft ON I m L ON YOUR FAVORITE RICE'A'RONI Mr. Grocer: Golden Grain Macaroni Company will redeem this coupon lor 15* plus H handling II used to purchaso nice-A-Ronl. For payment eond this coupon to Golden Grain, P.O. Box 725 Fori Frances, Ontario. Invoices proving purchase ol sufficient stock ol Rlce-A-Ronl to cover coupons presented must be shown upon request. Failure lo do ao may void all coupons submitted for redemption. Oiler void wherever taxed, roslrlcted or prohibited by law. Cash redemption valus 1/20 cent. Oiler limited to one per family. Golden Grain Mitironl Co.. Toronto, Cinidi I STORE COUPON ) OFFER EXPIRES MAY IS. 1972 NW-720-CA.N-l.t ;