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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE IEIHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, November J5, 1970---------- In My Opinion By CHRISTINE PUHL Herald Stuff Writer vai winter catches me by surprise with Ms stomach grabbing moments as my car slides around a corner or my feet sail through mid-air. It's funnv but 1 never seem to remember iron year to year'wliat is scheduled to happen as old man winter moves to town. I tell people every fall. 1 don't like the season and then wonder to myself why such a beautiful and peaceful time of year isn't more appealing. But nave no second thoughts about enjoying fall when 1 eel mv first taste of winter. The frosty air is one feature 1 whole-heartedly enjoy The bright, alive feeling one gets when bustling from place to place is very satisfying and especially good for those muscles still lazy from the summer slow-down. But let me say. when it comes to tnose suicide traps the frost covered sidewalks, 1 would sure like to meet old man winter after 1 borrow Maxwells sil- ver hammer. 1 don't mind the drifts which pile up and bury cars half as much as when the Chinook comes over those mountains and creates pure havoc. The slush, and and muck is really enough to drive anyone crazy never mind those poor obsessive housekeepers. When leaving for work in the early morning, it s a complete coin-toss whether to wear therma-Uned boots or rubber hip-waders. Right on cue. at 12 noon I undoubtedly discover 1 have made the wrong choice. Still, bless its warm little heart, Chinook does cre- ate just the right medium for gigantic snowmen, mas- sive forts and" fierce snowball fights. At this point 1 won't mention the skiers or snowmobile enthusiasts. One question that always comes to my mind, as 1 crawl over the 9th street bridge in my little car be- hind a sanding truck, is just where in the world does the tons of sand spread on our city afreets during the winter disappear to? No one can tell me that the thin coating of gravel which builds in the gutter could possibly be all of it. Yet, in the spring as truck and truck loads of sand are hauled by the city crews, you know it had to be hiding behind some corner. Yet. with all this griping every winter, what else do f greet a friend with other than, "my, isn't, it cold or "isn't this warm weather a switch." I am sure I would find summer all year-round rather boring. What a dreadful feeling comes over me if I ever stop and think about what it would be like to wear my1 one summer wardrobe, all year. Horrors. Okay, old man winter, Come if you like. You may be a pain to me but I have become accustomed to your face and would miss it terribly if you didn't pay a Obtaining credit parl one Credit: Responsibilities and liabilities I By MARILYN ANDERSON j Herald Family Editor ON TIME has be- come an accepted practice in modern living. The issuance of a credit card has become a symbol of adulthood to youth. With sufficient credit cards, one can travel across the country without carrying a single pen- ny, as is frequently advertised. 'Theoretically one could enter a city with no money, luggage, clothing or references, and with the magic credit card, receive food, clothing, transportat i o n and even entertainment. It's an unfortunate image for the buying public to have of credit, and it can be a disaster if one attempts to use it in that m n c r. Used with caution, credit can be a convenience. Used with abandon, disaster falls at the end of the month when the hills arrive. Credit may be nice Io have married lifo, budget for two sal- around the "ho use, hut the nrios in the acuuisifion of goods, money must be there as well to I oftc> to find a change in income i shortly afterward, responsibil- i How easy is il to get a credit Credit is also ity. The case of purohasiny card? goods on credit total- ling the effects upon the fam- ily budget is hazardous if not used with care. Companies will claim that a credit card docs not have to te used at. all. Yet too few consu- mers have any experience at careful shopping, comparative buying, or handling family fi- nances. H is important r.ot to incur more debts than can be paid out of one's current income. Young couples, eager to begin resources conference antu'al i Chrislnni.s to discuss social services dinner Dae. The Canadian Institute for its armuai Lethbridge citizens will haveig o v e r n m e n t agencies get, of the afternoon as a low key _ _.................... _......__ nrinnitv tr, rliwuss I larger; should the commu-'ty! resource person, and to answer i Christmas dinner for blind per- in opportunity to mscuss su ho Hlci Questions from the floor. nr rfi.irlnt In calculating risks to the company, credit departments set a number of requirements for customer to fill before a credit card is issued. In a survey of Lethbridge de- partment stores, the number of applications frr credit cards which is turned down is small. Standards vary from si ore to store. One national chain store sets 21 as a minimum age for receiving a credit card, while another chain approves cards to IB- and 17-year-olds if they are I working. I In genera! use is an applica- lion form which the customer must fill out, stating his empoy- ment, what type, and for how j long. The amount of one's salary is not requested although as one credit sales manager put it ''jobs such as a policeman, fire- man, and so on, we have a facilities of the govern- services gel larger; should ihcj questions from the floor. sons of Lethbridge and district i government and community] The conference to be held at Tuesday, Dec. A at p.m. ment and community at a Hu- get together: a co-ordinating Ericksen's Family The dinner is to be held in j 'man Resources Development j council; involvement of the i will continue until 7 p.m. There i the parjsh halj of S( Angus- i pretty good idea of how much they make anyway. I personal- ly don't fael that it should be necessary to put your salary down on paper." Credit checks are a must for most large chains before an ap- plication is approved and may be carried out in 10 minutes to 20 in i n u t c s depending upon which credit bureau is doing the investigating. In some stores, both husband and wife can be issued a credit card although the store limits accounts to one per family. On this basis, both husband and wife may charge goods in- dependent of each other, but the total bill will he sent in one name, usually the husband's. One store allows others in the family, such as teen age chil- dren to use the account. These children will be issued a spe- cial card upon request of the parents. The card is marked with a key letter so that it is immedi a t e 1 y recognizable by the sales clerk. Today an application for a credit card must pass on its own merits. The method of us- ing co signers is no longer allowed, at least in Lethbridge stores. A co signer could allow an individual to guarantee an application may not have been accepted by itself. Tomorrow: Protection for Company and Customer. i conference Dec. 2. i The conference has been ini community; use of man's lei- is no registration fee, and w-'tme's Anglican Church. sure time: policy, emphasis .individuals to at- guests iiated bv the Department ot So- control of centralization or de- tend for the entire day or half R Hamilton ex Development in an at- centralization will be covered, of the day. Lunch and supper i fieer of the chl eveo tempt to involve the commun- Conference chairman Ralph I are being provided by the plan- I ity in decisions regarding so- Tin-all told The Herald the mng committee. 1 cial sendees. committee expects i Beginning at a.m. with i tranls. All service two keynote addresses, the eon- i the citv have been invited io i development department to fererice will continue through- 1 send a" representative, although I held m Edmonton, Calgary and j out the day with group discus- any interested persons may at- i sions and a general melding of tend. Heram me reiary, uonaia v.. 50-75 regis-1 Four such conferences have; secretary, all of Calgary facilities in been undertaken by the soeiai. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Ross, will include incentive of- district of the CNIB, Bill Brown, field sec- retary, Donald G. Jones, field and Leth- BINGO MOOSE HALL 1234 3rd AVENUE NORTH WEDNESDAY AT P.fA. Jackpot 125 in 56 Numbcrs-S25 in 7 Numbars 4th 8th 12 Games Doubled in 7 Numbers 5 Cords 1 FREE GAMES FREE CARDS DOOR PRIZE NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 SPONSORED BY THE LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE Prairie i Lethbridge. ideas" and opinions ill a panel I discussion. luestions such Ray Speaker, minister of so- j cial development, will join the j is: should the i sessions during the latter half] MARIE-LOUISE Ann Landers calendar of THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes The Women's Auxiliary to the Lethbridge Municipal Hos- pital and the Gall School of Nursing will hold a supper party on Monday, at p.m. to welcome the first year stu- j dent nurses at the Gait School j i of Nursing as well as the in- 1 corning class of x-ray and lab i HAND KNIT BERET or CAP and SCARF SETS Assorted colors 11'95 HANDBAGS Tan, Dress style and larger assorted styles, Brown, Black, Navy or .OO Red 15 15 .00 DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'm furious with that nitwit who j wrote, "I have two children under two years of age and am expecting a third any minute." It's people like her who are making this earth uninhabitable for people like you and me. She goes on to complain because her husband doesn't help her j original Pensioners and Se- with the housework and she can't afford to pay anyone to i nior Citizens Society Ladies All members are urged to at- tend, and are reminded to bring bingo prizes. GLOVES ALL LEATHER HANDBAGS SLIGHTLY HIGHER "just what IS it thev hunt at that THROUGH SPECIAL PURCHASE RAINBOW and COSTUME JEWELLERY 72 PRICE VISIT THE IRRESISTABLE ROOM FOR GREAT CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS! SANDY'S JEWELLERY D.B.A. MEMBER 304, on the second floor Io save you more 5th St. South Phone 327-4625 come in. The plot thickens as she drops this little gem: "I used to hold a part-time iob but my pregnancies have made it impossible for me to work these past three years." And then her final whimper, "We can't uake it on one paycheck." If they can't make it what are they doing with three kids in three years? We hear a lot of talk about pollution these days. Everyone is screaming at General Motors and Commonwealth Edison. But the principal polluters are PEOPLE. We must keep the size of families down or we are all doomed. How come you didn't think of this when you answered her? ft was such a beautiful opportunity to strike a blow for Z.P.G. (Zero Popula- tion Shame on you for this monumental goof. Aber- deen, S.D. DEAR AB: I can afford to goof occasionally.because sharp- eyed readers like you see things I don't see, and they let me know. Thank you very much. B When romantic glances turn to warm embraces is it love or chemistry? Send for the booklet "Love Or Sex And How To Tell The by Ann Landers. Enclose a long, stamped, self-addressed envelope and 35 cents in coin with your request. Auxiliary will meet in gym 2 of the Civic Sports Centre Fri- day at p.m. Happy Wan- derers will entertain. Chicken lunch at 3. A good attendance j is requested. Members are please asked to note change of i time. Wrist length let style, French Kid. buitan go 8.50 10.00 lined Italian Gauntlet Dark Grey Mink Brown "I i or Black, Driving Gloves ther palm- Pair Baby Lamb Driving Pair....... SILK SCARVES Oblong Stiuare OFF GOOD SELECTION OF LEATHER AND WET LOOK HATSnow.............. f Price Wool with 6.00 MILLINERY 504 3rd Ave. S, Phone 327-2965 DORETA LADIES' WEAR PRE- CHRISTMAS I For Christmas Gift Giving nnd Personalized Service BAGS SCARVES HOSIERY t DRESSES e PANT SUITS UNDECIDED? USE OUR GIFT CERTIFICATES WE GIFT WRAP YOUR PURCHASE IINGERIE IOUNGE WEAR SWEATERS CURtING StACKS GtOVES The Ideal Christmas Gift! NURSES PANTSUITS In the Latest Styles and Knits JEN'S UNIFORM CENTRE "FOR ALL YOUR UNIFORM NEEDS" WINTER COATS 404 5th Street S. (upstairs) Phone 328-3631 ALL STOCK MUST BE CLEARED DURING OUR LIQUIDATION VM0F vVttflF ALL ITEMS AT TREMENDOUS SAVINGS! MEXICAN TOOLED LEATHER PURSES 25% OFF tocatod In Shoppers' World Phono 327-5200 OPEN THURSDAY and FRIDAY Till 9 P.M. Polyester Dacron and Wool Wool Knils Size? 5-20 ond SUMS RcS. 10 517 Corduroys Fur Trimmed Alpacama c 50% CM CAR COATS OFF Corduroys Fur Fabrics Wool Llama Wet Look REG. 26.00 to 65.00. 20% PANT SUITS AND JUMP SUITS Lovely selection to choose from. Daytime, evening wear or for (no festive season. Sizes 5-20, i4Vi- SALE PRICED FROM 26 .00 ANGORA SWEATERS AND SKIRTS TO MATCH To Delighl The Hear! Of The Young Mils SWEATERS C18 SKIRTS 5 I SANDYS, i OFF DORETA UP 15.00 602 3rd AVENUE S. LADIES' WEAR PHONE 328-51 IS ;