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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Turulny, Mnvomli-i 9, 1771 IHf IE1HBRIDGE HERALD 15 Ann Landers Small stores vanishing: Daily shopping enjoyable in Franc J i. L ing fruit and vegetables is jus! as apri'cable. The man behind says no, no. take this head of lettuce, it is prettier, the. woman in front has a rec- ipe fur tomato sauce, and the salesgirl has recipes for ev- erything and never tries to slip a mouldy orange or ;t b r u i s c d peach into my basket At the where you buy milk, butter, cheese and (be various canned goods which find their way onto French tin: mei- chant is a stout and doughty matron who has lived in Hie neighborhood for (l'( years and knows the skeletons in her customers' cupboards better than they do themselves. Discretion is not one ol her virtue, and with each famil- iar to her stnre she likes to discuss the amount of money Mcul.imo So-and-So spent on chc-oo this morning- The only .subjrct she never discusses is herself. Like many shopkeepers she has a chair in a corner for old folks and pregnant women, but !his chair is hastily re- moved lo the- hack room ,'it Ihe .-.igh'. of her mo1- f ill ful old v.mj makes Ihe rounds of tin n ,is twice a day to catch up on the gossip, but who smc II o she scares til I lie other cus lomers away. With supermarlu 1 centres springing up on I lie outskirts of Ihc cities of south- ern France il is a Miipii e and perhaps a pl( i sure to penetrate noihd old slrcels of Ihe same cilii> and discover Ihe chaos of an open-air market In Ihe morning Ihe Mar- seille fisii rnarlu I p ds a'ong the old harbor in Ironl of the fishing boat lid llu i fish are scooped alive onl of the hoals and onlo the labics i Don't question the ficshi i s of the fish, lor Ihc fi-hei woman may launch nlu i orful tirade of insult n o casion to draw a crowd if hci display hasn't done so Aries, on Saturday morning, is one of the last markets in .southern France where one i can still see the huge blue j canvas umbrellas of Ca- marguc's shepherds and sheep's collar bells, and. in cast of Avignon, on market day, in addition to glossy red displays of (arm i machines, there is a hawker of glassware who never fails to gather a crowd of suspi- cious peasants. "H's plastic." shouted one. from the outskirts of the crowd, when the vendor seemed to be exaggerating Ihe wonder? of his wares. "Plastic1" cried the vendor, offended. And, picking up a tray of his glasses, he shat- tered them on the pavement at his fed "Alors. c'est du he called, triumphant. mine In Snsk. I oii P Hazel I i li i foiu a diicclor of mi i i l II i 1 nun itv "I n dud h it at W Iv in the field of on. she was di- i: al Ihe univei ilv from u until her relire- Ill Mi K< i i an li ember of Hi" ward of Ihc Vic- toi 1 f i ol SUIK1- Km 1 nt it koolenav I ike Gi-mral llu-pilal in Nel- and the t'liiversilv Ih jui 1 in I c on on Refrigerators p f" a L; d o' c F v. 111 c i e d n Al i.he rttHn election of _ ccrs for Xi Nil Chapter of Beta odori. Sigma Phi, Mr.-. Ruby Mi.-uk by Ine leading was elected presidem for Ihe 1871-72 term .Vrs. Holla bcrs the new nroi- dent, wiih Mrs Mary Hall, sec- retary and Mrs. Annr Chanda. treasurer. BRAND BAKING-SODA GILBERT PATERSON SCHOOL TASK FORCE For help with all g ODD JOBS 6 HOUSE CLEANING e BABY SITTING Phone 327-4234 during School Hours! r's (Calendar of- local happening The Womens' Federation of' St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church will hold rummage sale j Friday from 6-9 p.m. and will continue it on Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon. Christian Science lestim o n y ir.ccling will he held Wedncs- j day at p.m. in Ihc church j auditorium, 120.'! 4i.h Ave. S. i Everyone welcome. I The ACW evening branch will j hold its regular monthly meet- j ing Tuesday at p.m. j than king crrrv- oiic u'ho scut tln'ir cotigrtitiilatimis for i mir wedding. The Soul hern Alberta Coun- cil for Exceptional Children jj meeting will be held at the Dor- j j olhy Gooder School Tuesday at j" p.m. Mr. Lcn Wright, ex- ecutive director Lethbridge As- sociation for Mentally Retarded will talk on the role of the men- tally retarded association in the community and Sunrise Ranch. i1 Members of Preceptor Eta, i Beta Sigma Phi. will be hold- i ing Ihc next chapter meeting Tuesday at RMS p.m. at Ihe' home of Mrs. B. Kvanoff, 21163 fith Ave. S. The meeting will include the subject of fudge and Christmas dance tickets and the program will be presented by Mrs. W. 0. Ilaufe. Fort Macleod square dancers will hold (he regular dance on Wednesday al p.m. in the elementary school. All square dancers are welcome. Women are asked to please bring a box lunch and cups The monthly meeting of Ihe Sir Alexander Gall Chapter will be held al the home of Mrs. Owen Williams. !B2 15th St. S. on Friday at p.m. Please note change of day. The Ladies' Auxiliary to (lie Rehabilitation Cenlro for Ihe Handicapped will hold its an- nual tea and sale of work Wed- nesday from 2-5 p.m. at the workshop, 12fil 2nd Ave. A N. TILL 6 P LETHBRiDGE FISH GAME ASSN. WEDNESDAY AT 8 P.M. IN THE EAGLES HALL 13th St. N. JACKPOT 55 NUMBERS FREE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS (4lh, 8th and 12th) in 7 Number! NO C.HIIDREN UNDER 16 LEGION BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY AT 8 p.m. JACKPOT BLACKOUT IN 54 NUMBERS OR LESS (Incrmsinq onn number per wr-olt until won) 111 GAME JACKPOT 5th GAME 525 (X) lOlh GAME BLACKOUT IN 51 NUMBERS OR LESS MEMORIAL HALL PUBLIC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY LOUNGE Children undor 16 not allowed Spommnd hy lodins Auxiliary lo Canadian Icflion 100% ENGLISH CRIMPOUNE -Wine-Plum-Bi own-Red White and many Reg. Yd. 4.86 PER FT. Use Zeller's Budget IAMONT BLANKETS -Machine woshable -Allergy Free Reg. 3.97 EACH Use Zeller's Budget Coupons WOMEN'S PLUSH PILE MULE SLIPPERS S-M-l. Reg. 1.96 PAIR Usn teller's Budget WOMEN'S ARNEL PANT TOPS 10 lo 18 Reg. 8.88 EACH Use Zeller's Budget Coupon HBH1S! WOMAN'S 100% POLYESTER -Sires 10 to 16 machine washable Reg. 6.78 PAIR Ule Zeller's Budget Coupons WOMEN'S NY ION SLEEPWEAR -Gowns -Bed jackets -Bciby Dolls YOUR CHOICE Use Zellei's Budgel Cc'ipon WEDNESDAY P.M. SPECIAL GIANT SIZE GARBAGE BAGS MEN'S PLAID FLETTE WORK SHSRTS -S-M-L --Washable COUNTY FAIR 3-POUND FRUIT CAKE per pkg. Reg. 2 for 96c PER PACK WHILE STOCKS LAST WEDNESDAY P.M. SPECIAL WHILE STOCKS LAST PRESTONE ANTI-FREEZE GAL. I timil 1 Gallons For Customer WEDNESDAY P.M. SPECIAL FRESH BAKED BREAD 500 Loaves Only PER LOAF I "V Limit 5 Loovrs FVc Customer EACH Use Zellrr's Burlcjel BATTLING -An 'Ideal' Toy Clia I lenging for oil ctgp EACH Use Zcller's Budgft Coupons YARN Reg. 89c BALL Use Zcllcr's Budgpt Coupons EACH Use Zolicr's Budgpl Coupons H so GOLD DECORATED CHRISTMAS CARDS BOX Use Zeller's Budget Coupon! BUBBLE -The luxury Until Shampoo Slid Reg. 61 c SPECIAL SW? Ml Use ZHIn's Budrn't C Zeller's County Fair Locolcd in the South lothbridgo Shoppinn Ccnlrp on Mnyor Manrnlh Diivc. Open Daily 9 a.m. lo 6 Thursday, Reniombmnto Dny, closnrl; Friday 9 o.nv lo 9 p.m. Tolophcne 328-8171. 6 p.m. Wednesday 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m ;