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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Tueiday, November M, 1972 Ann Landers DKAK ANN LANDERS: The letter from "Miss (he girl with the lousy complexion, could have been written by me. I am IB and miserable just as she is, only worse. Mv personality is good. 1 have n sharp sense of humor and I enjoy music and sports. I have pretty eyes and hair and a good figure. Cut my skin is so terrible I turn guys off. I haven't bad a date in six months. I've tried all the creams, soaps, diels, and even that mis- erable salt treatment that hurts like blazes, but still I look gross. Girls who have nice complexions don't know what it moans to wake up in the morning and see a new crop of blackheads and pimples, and all those sickening lumps. I'm s.o depressed I want to go sosk my head in a rain barrel. I think it's rotten that boys can't see what's behind a girl's face Why should a girl's skin be THAT important? Don't give me any medical advice, Ann. I don't want it. Just tell me how to live in a world where a girl with a bad complexion might as well be dead. Another Mess DEAR MESS: No point in trying to get. through to you, honey. Maybe this next letter will break the sound barrier. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Please tell "Miss Mess" that twelve years ago I was where she is now. No girl had a more hideous complexion than mine. It's still far from peaches and cream, bid Tie learned how to think about it. The old ex- pression, "Beauty is only skin was invented for me. Firsl. I put myself in Ihc hands of a good dermatologist. He pointed out that I broke cut when I was unhappy, frightened or angry. 1 also picked at my pimples when I was upset. Thii made them worse. He got me to go to a counselor who helped me forget about my skin and go to work on what was UNDER it. ME. I soon realized that I was running around in a circle that I had been blaming a lot of my unhappiness (and fail- ure) on my complexion. A real eye-opener was the fact that 1 saw people around me with bad skin who were doing fine. I had to ask myself, "Why them and not Today I have a good marriage, a successful career and two daughters. Both girls, unfortunately, have inherited my bad complexion. But I'll know what to tell them if they get to feeling like losers. I'll just read them this letter. Thanks, Ann. Skin Game DEAR S. G.: It's a good letter for anybody male or female who is depressed about the condition of his skin. And thank you for pointing out the emotional aspect. You did my work for me today. Basement brewing popular; inexpensive, interesting, good PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. Designer wanted TRIPOLI, Libya (AP) Libya is offering to the designer who can create a "modern conservative national costume." The contest follows an intensified campaign against miniskirts, hot pants and bik- By JUDE TURIC Ilcralil Slaff Writer The still lias moved from the mountainside right into the neighbor's basement. Wine malting, the old-world art. has caught on full force in the new world, and is gaining popularity with bounds. leaps and "Since the time the new legis- lation was said Dar- win Linn, "interest in making wines lias snowballed. "Especially during the festive season, when more people are making the social rounds, sam- pling homemade stock, and finding that it is good." manager of such a centre in Lethbridge, "and many are retired. "It's not an expensive sort of thing, and fakes little of a person's time, except if you consider (he length of time it takes until Ihe wine is ready to be drunk." Mr. Linn said many wines take as few as months, to as long as two years, before they are considered good wines. "A good table wine usually takes about six months to pre- he said, "but the actual work time spent could be any- where from eight to 12 hours As a starting point, Mr. Linn Getting caught up in the fer- suggested that the woald-bs vor takes little more than an empty space at home, a few extra dollars to spend and a making supply centre he said, "si wine maker begin with a one- gallon wine kit. "This would include the cs- surh provide equipment and ingre- dienls. "Most people get involved in vine making as more of a hob- as a two-gallon pail, a siphon hose, a plastic sheet, fermen- tation lock and two, one-gallon jugs.' commented Mr. Linn, From this type of kit, the ana out of town, The annual holly tea anc bake sale of McKillop TJ n i t e c Church, will he held Saturday from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the church hall. Accepting pouring honors are the women from various unitea church congregations; Mrs. Blake Anderson, Mrs. J. G, Doyle, Mrs. Ken Jordan, Mrs I. Meyers, Mrs. L. Hatt anc Mrs. H. Takada. Meeting the g u e s t s will be Mescjames R. H. Thornton, G Castles, M. McKague, W. E. Myers, L. Carefoot and W. R. Johnston. Serviieurs uill include Miss Ethel Underdahl, and Mes- dames M. McKay, L. J. Saun- ders, R. Parsons, J. G. Barr; A. Gumming, W. Turner, W. ATO N'S 'Stardust7 wig for all the festivities Be prepared for the holidays anytime in your 'Stardust' wig from Eaton's. Complete with carrying case for maximum lote-abilily. It's all hero medium length style wilh lots of body. Cool Head no-cap construction. Easy-care too 'cause it's 100% Kanekalon. See and try it now af Eaton's! .77 19 SPECIAL, Wig Bruih Special lor a limited lima only. 4 Purse siio wig brush. SPECIAL, each I Personal Shopping Only Wig Bar, Main Floor McCall, D. K. Walker, W. D. Bessie, P. E. Blakeley; K. V. Rohin, W. C. Cameron, R. Gooclall, .1. Nagy, C. E. Haszard, S. Collier and J. G. Baker. STAINED FURNITURE Furniture marks caused by hot dishes can be removed by applying a thin pasle ol salad oil and sail and wiping off a after two hours. amateur could make a one-gal- lon yield. "It's a good idea to start wilh something small, because il you find that you don't like it, you can slart on a new recipe and lose he said. "Later nn, a person can get into the larger batches, and through mixing and blending, it's possible to come up wilh some very good, clear dinner wines." Recipes which are used are all Iried and proven, and "if followed closely, the chances of making a had wine are almost next to nil." "The whole idea is lo achieve the proper fermentation and the proper acid balance so that an amateur can end up with a wine as uood as any that he could added Mr. Linn. Wine is a versatile drink, and considering growing sea- sens and availability, almost any fruil can he to mix up into a home brew. "There's a rhubarb, choke- cherry, elderberry, strawberry, apricot, p e a c h, raspberry, grape, almost any cnahed fruit he said. "It's even possible to make vegetable wine with potatoes or beets." Essential to the process is fruit, water, sugar and addi- tives. "You mix everything into one big mess, add yeast and stir once a day for seven days. "Then you siphon 2nd strain, allow lime for second fermen- tation, wait three weeks and do it again." "Aging of course, makes the SALUTE! Open a tin and ihrow it in. Wine making has become thai simple, wifh all the rewards reserved for ihe final product. As a hobby, il can be inexpensive and fun. Darwin Linn, raises his glass in a toast, as he slands in front of Ihs fruit con- centrates used to make home wines. Ervin, photo I wine better sti Linn. said Mr. A Calendar Of Local happenings Christian Science The Lclhbridge Branch of llic i NOT ALLOWED TO TESTIFY Mrs. Jeno Surjcm, 58, of Toronto, was jailed for psychialric examination by Onlario Provincial Judge S. Tupper Bigelcw afler he heard evidence of plaintiff in an assault charge against Mrs. Surjan. However, she was ordered released by On- tario Supreme Court Justice Samuel Hughes after a psy- chiatrist said, in an affidavit, that she was just a "very, excitable Hungarian lady." (CP Wirephoto) Shop Eaton's Wednesday 9 to p.m. Buy Line 328-8811. Use Your Come True Card. HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Need Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CAtL 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 1st AVE. S. meeting will he hrjcl- Wednes- day at p m. in Ihe church auditorium, 1203 4th Ave. S. Ev- eryone welcome. The evening branch ACW of St. Augustine's Church will hold its monthly meeting tonight at 8 p.m. in the Eambrick Room. Superstore shopping predicted MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) Shopping in will be at a "superstore" where Ihc cus- tomer can not only buy grocer- ies hut also complete a host of other routine chores, such as banking and getting gas for the family car. That's the prediction of a four-member research team given to the 34th annual meet- ing of the National Association of Food Chains In a trend paper, the team said the superstore will take its toll among conventional super- markets and discount stores which resist change. While buyers will find fewer stores when the superstores Uke hold, they'll find more in- side, the researchers said. Most supermarkets now provide food, laundry and household producls. Adclsd to these lines by Hie superstore, Ihe report said, will be already-prepared "fast personal care products; alcoholic beverages; some ap- parel; hobby and craft goods; lawn and garden producls; gas- oline and automotive supplies; stationery and sewing goock; laundry and dry cleaning serv- ices; and cheque-cashing and bill-paying facilities operated as }ank brandies within the stores by consumer-oriented banks. The superstore will stay open later, probably until midnight, but 24-hour operation is unlikely because of [lie danger of hold- ups, said the marketing experts. Registered Music Teachers will host an informal reception fol- lowing the board recital to be held Friday at p.m. at the University of Lethbridge. The Lethbridge Women's In- stilulc will hold Ihe annual meeting Wednesday at p.m. in the Golden Mile Senior Citizen's Centre. Mctlo: happi- I ness is rcflcclive, like Ihe light of heaven. Roll call: articles for the mental health institute. Sur- prise: Mrs. Wilson. Tea hostess- es will he Mrs. D. Anderson and Mrs. Grace Szyinic-c. i. The regular meeting of the Maple Leaf Chapter No. 7 OES, will be held tonight at p.m. in the form of a potluck supper. Officers will be elected for the coming year. The Hi Neighbor Club will hold a fun dance Wednesday from p.m. to p.m. at Westminster school. Buffalo Glide, Congress Mixer Waltz, Foxtrot and others will be re- viewed Everyone welcome. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "What we really need is a bicycle built tor two And a ladies model (or me." AFTERNOON BINGO EVERY WED. AT 2 P.M. MOOSE HALL 1234 3 Ave. No. JACKPOT WON EVERY WEEK SPONSORED BY THE WOMEN OF THE MOOSE No Children Under 16 Allowed Everybody Welcome LETHBRIDGE FISH Q WEDNESDAY acAMEAssoc. AT a P.M. IN THE EAGLES HALL )3Hi St. N. 5115 JACKPOT IN 56 NUMBERS FREE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS (4th, 8th and IN 7 NUMBERS NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 LEGION BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY AT 8 p.m. JACKPOT BLACKOUT IN 55 NUMBERS OR LESS (Increasing ona number per week until won) Isl GAME JACKPOT Slli GAME (X) lOlh GAME JACKPOT IN 50 NUMBERS FREE DUS SERVICE HOME AFTER DINGO MEMORIAL HALL PUBLIC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY LOUNGE Children under 16 no) allowed Sponsored hy Ladies Auxiliary lo Canadian Legion llVeeWhimsyl Just arrived Men's Hi-Fashion SHOES Plclform soles, wed- ge heels all in Ihe lo- lest colors for the 'IN' crowd. ALSO See our selection of women's and Teeners' Hi Fashion Shoes Handbags and Winter Boois Soonl WORLD OP SHOES 317A-6lh STREET SOUTH ;