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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Canada 15 Christmas stamps A special issue of Christmas stamps released the post office represents four different aspects if the season. The stamps were designed by Toronto irtist Arnaud Mages. Calendar St. Patrick's CWL groups vill meet as Mrs. M. tforoz with Mrs. D. 17 St. at p.m. Mrs. L. Irvine with R 1903 6 Ave. at 2 p.m. Mrs. H. i Bartram with Mrs. K. 1225 5 Ave. at p.m. Mrs. L. Steele with Mrs. R. 108 6 Ave. at p.m. Mrs. B. Noel with Mrs J 3321 Parkside at p.m. Wednesday. Xi Nu Beta Sigma will meet at p.m. Puesday at the home of Babs 1815 -18 Ave. with riarie Bartosek and Rolla Chambers as co-hostesses Gaschermann and Mores Christie will present a on public speaking Sigma Beta Sigma will meet at 8 p.m. Tues- day at the home of Mrs. Robert 1608 13 Ave. S. The program dance and theatre will be presented. The regular meeting of Maple Leaf Chapter No. 7 OES will be held in the Masonic Hall at p.m. Tuesday. Potluck supper with meeting to follow. Kappa Chapter will meet at 8.15 p.m. Tuesday at the home of Dorothy 1923 22 Ave. S. Co-hostess for the evening will be Linda Flaman Poetry and music will be presented by Susan Giffen. Evening Branch ACW of St. Augustine's Church will hold a meeting at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Bambnck Room of the parish hall. MID MONTH SPECIAL GIRLS' COATS Warm wool plaid hooded with fur trim. Reg. and midi lengths. Sizes 4-6x and 7-14. Reg. to 327-2O78 MCFARLAND BLDG. Discount SL S. Phone 927-1SB5 This Week's Specials Neo Citron Sugg. 2.94. Now 1 .59 12 Christmas Gift Wrap Prices hi effect Nov. 11 to 17 1 Men prone to heart attack but wives can even out odds CALGARY and wives can do Mnwthiaf about heart which was the cause of death for Canadian men last year. Of men have to stop kill- ing themselves in small too. This is the advice of Mac McDonald of ex- ecutive director of the Cana- dian Heart Fund. Twice as many men die of heart attacks than he said in an interview. Since mothers and wives help shape the eating patterns and lifestyles of they can do something about it. young brides would resist the temptation to fatten up their bridegrooms to show that marriage is working and if mothers would stop force feeding their men would oe less prone to heart Mr. in Calgary last week to promote public education on preventing heart said having three square meals a day is hang up from the good a light lunch well it all that's necessary andsome people who just lit Herald- c to 30 cigarettes a day are twice as and smokers consum- ks because at a whole they better fit don't Family around all day don't need even Persons 20 pounds or more overweight are times more likely to have heart at- tacks and persons with high blood pressure three times more he said. ing two packs of cigarettes dally are five times as likely to have heart at- he added. As persons physically unfit are twice as likely to have heart attacks. Women have fewer heart at- tacks are smoke as much and do more exercise. per cent of all women spend more energy do- ing housework than do their husbands even if they work at so-called heavy labor For thlt Mr. McDonald women should shovel the snow rather than letting their daily exercise is lifting the dictaphone doit. He also advised mothers not to indulge in the habit of driv- ing their children to school. are probably never again as fit as they are before age seven because they don't get enough physical ac- Usual financial bonanza misses sextuplets9 parents New York Times Service DENVER Two months after his wife gave birth to The homemaker By MARILYN C. TATEM District Home Economist I recently attended a seminar put on by the home economists from Calgary Power. They gave us lots of tips about different methods of dyeing different articles. To achieve bright and vibrant hot water dyes work best. Cold water dyes give much paler shades. When you are dyeing tint them to a shade or two darker than you desire because they will lighten with washing and drying. It's easy as washing to solid color dye or to dye large ar- ticles. Just fill your automatic washer with hot add the then the articles and put it through the longest wash cycle. You may want to stop the machine and let it soak to set the dye a bit more. Be a bit careful about using navy or black dyes in your washer. They may discolor it. Also if your washer has a plastic lip rather than a metal one just inside the it will discolor. Put the' articles through a cold rinse cycle and you're Always put your washer through a wash cycle with 1 cup bleach after using it to dye. Top of the stove dyeing in a pot is messier but works better for small articles and tie dyeing. The dye should be diluted in a quart of water then strained into the rest of the water. Ar- ticles that are to be dyed should be thoroughly wet before being put into the dye. Do light colors first and dark colors last if you are using more than one color on an ar- and 34 tablespoons of salt in the rinsewater will help set the colors. If you are using a pot rather than the the dye solu- tion should be kept hot and the article should be stirred con- stantly to insure even color. Leave it 20-30 minutes in the dye solution. Rinse in cold water until the water runs clear and then dry. Dyed articles should be laundered in cool water Natural fibers such as cot- and-silk dye very well. Do not dye metallic fibers or fiberglass. For fun why not try dyeing running-' plastic doilies and shower curtains. Plastic takes dye well. Kids might wear their raincoats more often if they were nice bright colors. If you are keen on tie dye- ing contact our office for your free copy instructions and more tie dye ideas. Eugene a 31-year-old is finding that multiple births do not reap the financial bonanza they used to. Five of the infants survived. Three are home doing and the other two are ex- pected to be released from the hospital next week. But as the bills start coming the Stanek family faces go- ing into the red. The instant affluence that accompanied births of quintuplets in the past has not materialized. Although some material and financial contributions have been made to the they are a trickle compared to the flood received by quints in the past. By way of the Staneks figure they will be lucky to break even. Stanek said he estimates that hospital and doctor bills will be covered by his health insurance. The insurance company will also pay 80 per cent of the costs of nursing at home. Until doctors give their nurses are required around the clock at the Stanek household. That means immediate medical bills totalling from to half to be paid by the plus 20 per cent of the future nursing and medical bills Some contributions have come in. Stanek said that Montgomery Ward has offered to supply free clothing and furniture for a Parke the drug com- offered to supply baby and the Gerbers Company said it will provide baby food for as long as it's needed. In a local super- market chain says it's willing to supply disposable diapers for a and several local stores have mailed the Staneks gift certificates for merchandise worth from to 50. Individual well wishers have also sent booties and quilts and other odds and ends. In the big national magazines paid tens of thousands of dollars for ex- clusive stories and photographs of newborn quin- tuplets. But two such Life and are now out of business. 60th wedding anniversary- and Mrs. Paul Fettig of Lethbridge recently celebrated their diamond wedding anniversary with a family reception held at Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant. The couple has lived in the city for 14 years. Mr. and Mrs. Fettig have two John of Grassy Lake and Judy Emard of Lethbridge. They have 6 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. In and out of town Southern Alberta Junior Forest Wardens held a workshop in Fort Macleod with representatives from the Lethbridge Fish and Game Junior Forest Wardens. There were seven coun- cillors and executive members present with George' chief warden in the as aided by LaVerne assistant chief warden BINGO RAINBOW HALL 1401 5th AVI. N. NOVEMBER 13th at 8 p.m. I FIrrt Jackpot SSS In 54 2nd Jackpot SSS In SS NM. and B fl.M 3 Frw children under 11 SpOiMOrad bjA U U C ASSOCIATION Ann Landers AVON CHRISTMAS SPECIALS Aro On Nowl MANY Vz PRICE and LESS ITEMS Phoiw your representative or PHONE 328-7424 Dear Ann I am 14 years old and in the ninth grade. I read your column often and admire the way you answer the many different kinds of questions people ask you. I hope you can help us. My girlfriend and I go shopping together quite often. Usually we will stop somewhere to get a bite to eat and a cold drink.' After we eat we are never sure if we should leave a tip because there are just the two of us and the che- que is almost always less than a dollar. Sometimes when we leave a place the waitress looks at us like UGH. Are teen-agers ex- pected to tip when they have a hamburger and a cold If how much is Not Cheap. Just Igaorut Dear N. C. J. Any person who sits down to eat in a restaurant and is served by someone should leaVe even if they are seated on a stool at a counter. Teen-agers who can afford to go shopping and buy a ham- burger and a soft drink should be able to leave a dime apiece under the plate. This is about 20 per cent of the cheque and it is considered a nice tip by any standards. PUBLIC BINQO 16 GAMES BLACKOUT DIMM LETHBRIDQE ELKS LODGE ROOM EVEHY THUHS.-J I UKRAINIAN GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH BINGO- Nov. 12th 8 p.m. EAGLES HALL 13th Street N. JACKPOT in 51 NUMBERS 4th and Sth taim Jackpot hi 7 Numtara or Details Announced at Bingo No. 9 PRIMROSE PLACE Feature Built By NU-MODE HOMES LTD. 4t M BEDROOM throughout HvH split bitft contact NU-MODE REALTY QERRY NAGEL 327-0287 328-8011 BOB SAPSFORD 328-8641 IT'S EVERY TUESDAY A.N.A.F. UNIT 34 Aim nip PALM DAMY WEEKLY BINGO IS NOW A17 GAME PUBLIC BINGO Molt. Nov. 12 Mptt UN. I tar II Mtf Oft N. IN THE NEW ARMY NAVY AND AIR FORCE HALL 8 EVERY PUBLIC IN NEW ANAF HALL Soft etc. available MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS INTHECLUBROOMS CRflfl V UUU OM NO. MfltN WOT. Inermii per until won. REGULAR BINGO OH 4 CORNlMt 1100. X taM IN M IMiil M Hi. FPJI 0m 2 Fm Door Cord loolt Muo or Brown Garde QreonKoy Cord card be pvrohtood N o ptoyor hao door ooiri end at leoot 4 other btao or Drown it TMM ff AN douMwl on Card. men's C LTD. PRE-CHRISTMAS CLEARANCE our complete of DRESSES AND BLOUSES This Week Only SHORTY COATS All Fur Trimmed Meltons WnHo tooy wot............ 1 OFF MeFarUmd 4th Avonuo South ;