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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Thunday, November 11, 1971 THE tETHBRIDGE HERALD 2t Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: We bought a big house near the high school because we have three children of high-school age and I was sick and tired of all the driving back and forth. I am sorry to say the house has an extra bed- room. My brother has a teen-age boy he wants us to take for his last two years of high school. They live on the other side of town and the boy has been in some difficulty with the high school authorities near their home. He was not exactly expelled but there was some trouble. I will be perfectly honest and tell you that I have enough trouble handling my own three kids and I don't want any more challenges. Our son has not smoked pot or messed with drugs that we know of, and the nephew has. I don't want this sort of influence around my kids, but I can't come out and say so. My mc'.hcr is pressuring me to take my brother's but I do not want him. Please advise at once. in Dayton. DEAR OIL: Boarding and rooming high school kids is a gigantic responsibility. Tell your relatives, "Sorry, we can't handle it." If they get mad, so what? In a situation like this someone invariably ends up mad. Better them than you. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'm driving myself nuts because I can't make up my mind. Should I have a face lift? I'm 48, good looking, good figure, divorced four and getting panicky. The competition for a husband in this town is fierce. The young divorcees get the cream of the crop. Some days I think I look great. Other days I feel like an ugly old woman. I'm good at applying makeup, and in a dimly "lit room I could pass for 40. In sunlight I look every day of my age and I hate it. I've known women who have had great results with lifts, others were better off before and are sorry they did it. Please help me decide. Earth vs. Father Time DEAR MOTHER: I'm taking a pass. You might be thrilled with the results then again, you might be sorry. Of one thing I am sure, however. If you are counting on a face lift to change your life you shouldn't have one it won't do it. My advice is to consult with a plastic surgeon whose results you have seen and liked. His opinion will be worth a lot more than mine. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I learned something from your column that has been a lifesaver. You said a while back that if a person can see the humor in a situation that bugs him, he has it made. Well, I've been working for a man for nearly two years and ha can't remember my name to save his life. For the first six months, he called me by his former secretary's name. Then he got mixed up and called me by the name of another new girl. All of a sudden he began to call me Flora. (My name is Dora.) When I corrected him, he said, "Oh, I'm sorry." Now he is calling me Nora and Cora. I used to feel hurt. Now I just laugh. Thanks for helping me over the Rose By Any Other Name DEAR ROSE I mean Dora, or is it Nora? Thanks for your letter. The important thing is Uiat he gets tire name right on the bottom of the check. u DEAR ANN' LANDERS: I was engaged recently and my fiance gave me a beautiful (and expensive) diamond. The problem is, 1 do not want to wear the ring until it is insured. The price of the insurance isn't what's bothering me. What I need to know is who pays for the I or does he? My fiance says I do. My family says he should. You wouldn't believe the hassles we've had. Please settle Lovers DEAR SPRING: Are you living with your fiance? (These days it's safe to ask.) If you ring should be added to his policy. H you are living with your folks the ring should be added to your father's policy. If you are living alone or with another girl, YOU should insure the ring. If the ring is not paid for, the jeweler owns it. BINGO Scandinavian Hall 229 12th St. "C" N. FrL, Nov. 12 Starts at p.m. Doors Open p.m. 5 Cards for 1.00 4th, 8lh and 12th Ga-nei in 7 Numbers WORTH in 55 Numbers Sorry No One Under 16 Years of Age Allowed Young student HALIFAX (CP) Monali All- puria, at is the youngest student to attend Jim Khona's yoga classes here. After two months she is able to do most of the exercises and is a serious student, never missing a class. Khona says yoga exercises, deep breathing techniques, and the art of relaxation are of par- ticular benefit to younger stu- dents in improving concentra- tion in studies, and solving weight, smoking and drug profr i lems. CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS Barbara 'Brent TORONTO, November llth Bake DREAM CAKE! You'll be amazed at how high, moist and fluffy a cake can be. Here's how... but remember only the DREAM WHIP1' recipe and your regular cake mix can make a. DREAM CAKE. 1 envelope DREAM WHIP DESSERT TOPPING MIX (don't whip) 4 eggs I cup cold water 1 package any cake mix (2-layer sue) Blend. Beat at medium speed for 4 minutes. Bake at 350' in greased and floured in" tube pan 45-50 minutes; or in two 9" layer pans for 30 minutes. The extra alone won't do you need BREAM WHIP for a super Dream Cake. Frost or Glaze. You'll delight your family with the results! T.M. of Geners! Foods Ltd. NOW 1... 3 new and exciting ready-to-serve salads from LE STEUR. Each... or all three of these LE SIEUR CHILL AND SERVE SALADS AXD KIDNEY BEANS CARROTS, CORN AND BEANS I'EAS, CORN AND GREEN BEANS, as well as Ihe original 3 BEAN SALAD, offers a handy solution to the weekly problem of meal planning and variety for that hungry family or guests. Each comes in its own distinctive dressing to give an added touch as a main salad, an appetizer or as a B tasly relish with meat. Be sure to stock up on all four of these great LE SIEUR SALADS... tho perfect homcmakcr or hostess helpers... delicious! "IF YOU DIDNT SHOP 130MIN10N LAST WEEK YOU PROBABLY PAID TOO MUCH." That was the challenging headline seen hy most Canadians re- cently in impressive newspaper ads for DOMINION STORES. They have challenged a belief long held by many shoppers that selecting a supermarket on the basis of the advertised specials for a particular week saves money. Dominion's point is, of course, that vou select by far the biggest part of your weekly order from the thousands of non-ndrcrtififd items. I'm sure that's why more and more people shop Dominion Stores. Shopping Dominion means quality with every day Deep Discount 1'riccs... all year round. Former ballerina graduates at 76 By GERRY BUTTON CALGARY (CP) When Olga Valda was 7G she re- ceived a bachelor of arts de- gree in archeology. That was in 1969 because she wanted to prove age is no barrier. "People were always telling me that I couldn't think and couldn't do it at my age." The fo.-mer French prima ballerina, who turns 79 next February, now is planning on a master of ails degree if she overcomes a cataract opera- tion on her right eye. She lost her left eye in an accident in UK 1930s at Shaunavon, Sask. For Madame Valda, at 110 pounds and "needing one- quarter inch" to reach five feel, her possible rclurn to the University of Calgary would be just another step in a busy life. "f've never relaxed because I don't know how to relax. 1 just regret T didn't start earlier to do the things I'm doing paint- ing and going to university." a gritty little woman who spent her old-age pension for tuition and books; taught ballet to pay the grocery bills w bile attending university, and wants to see life a gener- ation from now. H.H) MANY JOBS "With so many things mechanized and computer- ized, too many people are aghast at the amount of time they have on their hands. "In the future, they will have more time to read, learn and create. People will have time to grow and they shouldn't be afraid of this." Madame Valda, married to Ross Kavaner who gladly re- mains in the background, was also a newspaper writer, radio commentator, movie ac- tress in Europe and a clay sculptor. She became a Stony Indian princess in 1952 when she was adopted into the family of Decorating workshop in Magrath Decorama Future: a look at 2.000 is the theme of the home decorating workshop to be held in the Magrath High School on Saturday. Sponsored by the Home Eco- nomics Association of Leth- bridge, the workshop will have as its featured speaker Mrs- C. F. Bentlcy, formerly associate professor in the school of house- hold economics, University of Alberta. Mrs. Bentley has studied housing and textile design, both modern and traditional, in many parts of the world. She is interested in present and fu- ture prospects for housing and interior furnishing in Alberta, and believes people should plan for the future. Topics to be covered by Mrs. Bentley at Decorama Future: will include the working week, mode of life, the dwelling and its functions, and the furnish- ings we should plan for in the next 30 years. Tile workshop will run from 9 a.m. to p.m. A small ehcrge will he made for non- members and for the lunch, which will be served in the school. Walking Buffalo and given the name Princess Dancing Cloud. "I always do things silly- even coming into the world I was three weeks early." She was in London where her Parisian parents were visiting to see an opera. Madame Valda, who speaks five languages including Rus- sian, Spanish, German and French, wants to know ami learn more. "As long as I live I feel I can leam. People are mentally afraid and lazy. If you don't get something done the first time, try it again." DANCED ALL HAY It's this energy and enthusi- asm which has involved her in a number of one of which she describes as the greatest honor she has re- ceived. That was in 1943, when Madame Valda and Calgary artist Gerda Christofferson became the first white women to participate in the Sun Dance of the Stony Indians at Banff, Alta. They danced all day, stop- ping only once for coffee. As a teen-ager, her enthusi- asm resulted in two broken arms and a nose when she crashed into a tree while tak- ing flying lessons. Despite her previous back- ground, it was her eagerness to attend university which at- tracted the most interest. She enrolled as a part-time student in 1961, then became a full-time student four years later. At university, she was unofficial coach of a basket- ball team and helped players with their elevation and co-or- dination through participation in special ballet techniques. Until her graduation in 1969 Madame Valda never missed a day of university as a full- time student, despite late studying hours and getting up at 6 a.m. each day to travel on tliree buses. She can't say enough about university friendship. "I got calls at two or tliree in the morning inviting me to join some party. Even the naughty ones the so-called kind and help- ful." She quit teaching ballet I'.t years ago but still gets some calls to instruct, which she does on most occasions with- out charging. Madame Valda was greeted with a standing ovation at the University of Calgary when she received her degree. "I always feel like a stupid nut when they do that. the degree has given me a satis- faction. I set out to do some- thing and I did it." PAINTINGS POPULAR She's an avid artis'; and has sold a number of paintings of native and theatrical masks. She never knows a paint- ing will turn out and usually has a face in the picture which she doesn't plan. Several of her paintings are heads of devils and gods and she lias done research in sa- cred dancing rituals while at the British Museum in Lon- don Madame Valda, who started ballet at the age of seven at the Paris Opera House and moved to Canada in 1913, now is a fan of Prime Minister Trudcau. "He's a swinging man and more Dower to him. For once we haven't got a leader who's a stuffed shirt." THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "Just as I feared --there's a spare tire, but no man Pre-Christmas Special! LADIESI Avoid the rush. Have (hot perm done now at Goby's Beauty Shop, 322 13th Street North Perm Reg. 12.50. QQ PRE-CHRISTMAS SPECIAl WE ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE THAT MARSHA SMITH Formerly of Carthton, has joined our staff. Martha is particularly well qualified in hair styling.. GOBY'S BEAUTY SHOP 322 13 St. North, Lethbridgo Phono 327-5687 EDUCATIONAL TOY FAIR Andrew Bounton, IB months, with some of the unique educational toys recently imported from England for the fethbridge market by Jill and tawrence Ko'kas, Husband chose slit dress says idle of Australian PM LONDON (AP) Sonia Me-1 London, where the Australian dow and he said he liked it. ties first and foremost are to "I don't get very serious I be a good wife and a good wut clothes. I believe my du- mother." Mahon, the Australian prime: leader is having talks with the minister's wife whose dress gave White House party-goers British government officials. about Mrs. McMahon, 39, elegant in j a generous view of her legs, a dark-blue knee-length said people are wrong if they j told reporters about that White sav she dresses to shock. I House dress and her duties as a head of government's wife. "I don't see it as part of my The tall blonde said it was her 63-year-old husband, WU- 1 ning thigh slit that she wore to a she said. "I bought i White House reception last the dress f wore at the White j week. I House after my husband and The Mcllahons now are ui I saw it in a Sydney shop win- iam, who picked out the stun- job to try and brighten up thej .ling white dress with ankle-to- political scene with glamorous Awards for CCHS students One hundred and five stu- dents in the Lcthbridge sepa- rate school system received awards during a special aw- ards night held at Catholic Cen- tral High School. Students from Grades 8 through 12 received presenta- tions for outstanding scholas- tic achievements during the past year. A total of 55 students in the six grades received honors awards for a scholastic stand- ing of 80 per cent or better. E. S. Vaselenak, former prin- cipal of St. Basil's school and newly elected separate school board trustee, announced he will donate SG'JO in scholarships to students who display out- standing ability in creative art and creative writing. Each scholarship will be worth HERE'S PROOF You get Zoic, Zoic prices at SIMPSONS-SEARS Our first qualify crlmpknif con be machine washed and dried, is perma-prest, colorfast and shrink re- sistant. It's ideal for today's slinky, clingy fashions. Soft and smooth, it makes up beautifully into pant suits and dresses. Comes in a multitude of there's one to suit everyone's taste. Assorted surface textures, bubbles, floral, herringbones. Reg. 4.93 Yard 2 .77 yard STORE HOURS: Open Dally 9 n.m. to p.m. Wednesday 9 a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Centre Village. Telephone 328-9231 ;