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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, November 12, 1974 -The Herald Family Ann Landers Planning, teamwork and courage have resulted in a positive gain for every employee in the general service bargaining unit of the provincial government. per month or whichever is greater, will be added to their salaries as an interim adjustment. Our mem- bers' steadfast support of their union resulted in these positive negotiations. And you can be sure that future negotiations will result in even more gains. Make-up magic Jennie Diment, a CBC Edmonton make-up ex- pert gave Lethbridge Musical Theatre cast members some professional guidance on the weekend, show- ing them how to achieve maximum effects with make- up. Shown here, Ms. Diment, at left in both small in- set and large photo, transforms a fresh-complexioned Shiela Pisko into the ageing, wrinkled courtesan (inset photo, upper right) who tries to ensnare the wanderer Zorba. Full benefits of the make-up magic learned by the LMT cast may be seen Friday, when Zorba opens at the Yates. Dear Ann Landers: 1 am a high school guidance counsellor who reads your column every day and appreciates your concern for young people. In recent months you have dealt with several letters from young shoplifters Since this is a problem I hear a great deal about I would like to offer a suggestion that might be useful. Frequently when I ask students, "Why do you do they tell me they like the ex- citement, the challenge of see- ing if they can put it over without getting caught. A great many young shoplifters don't need or even want what they steal. Often they have enough money in their pockets to pay for the items. I suggest to these folks that they try to return the merchandise, just as skillfully as they took it. That can be fun, too. The proprietor of the store will be happy to have it back, and if the person gets caught returning stolen goods, chances are he will not be prosecuted. What do you think about my idea. Ann? An Ear That Listens Dear Ear: I am not saying your idea is a bummer, but I think I have a better one. I would encourage the shoplift- er to take the merchandise directly to the store owner or salesperson, admit that he stole it and say he wants to return it because he realizes that what he did was wrong and foolish. In my opinion, an outright confession would be more honest. Moreover, the chances for being prosecuted would be greatly reduced. Dear Ann Landers: I would like to air my views on the letter from the wedding guest who was "super-insulted" because she didn't get a per- sonalized thank-you note. I'm about to be married and I arn rolling up my thank-you notes, tying them with yellow ribbon and distributing them to the guests at the wedding reception. They have been run off on a copying machine and both my fiance and I will sign them. These days, more brides are becoming less traditional and more practical. It would take me at least two months to write a personal thank-you note to each person who sent a gift. We are having 300 guests and the wedding will cost my parents a small fortune. I will be very busy with my job and my home and I don't think thank-you notes make THAT much difference. I hope you will print this letter because there are a lot more like me. The New Look Dear New Look: I liked the Old Look better To hand out thank-you notes Xeroxed, yet at a wedding reception is in the worst possible taste. If your parents can afford to have a wedding reception for 300 people surely they can af- ford to spend another on stamps. And let me assure you that every person who sent a gift spent a lot more time selecting it than it would take you to write a brief note of appreciation. 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