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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I never thought I would be writ- ing lo Ann Landers but I've run into a problem that has me skunked. The skunk's name is Pierre and he has recently taken up residence under our porch. My husband and I sort of like him, but I'm afraid one of our three cats will have it out with Pierre one of these days and heaven only knows what the outcome will be. If Pierre were to express his indignity to the limit, he could render our home uninhabi- table for days. My husband suggested that we leave some poison under the porch for 24 hours and keep the cats inside until alter the I believe it would be more humane to shoot Pierre with a rifle. Do you have a belter suggestion? Pierre must go. Polecat Pathos DEAR P.: I don't think much of -your husband's solution yours is no better. Call bhe S.P.C.A. and ask them to come and get Pierre. They'll probably lure him into a cage, lake him for a ride to the country and let him loose in a field where he ciin enjoy himself killing whatever it is that skunks do. DEAR ANN LANDERS: 1 have received three invitations l.o bridal showers in the last len days from girls I have not seen in nearly a year None of these girls were ever close friends of mine. When I was in the hospital six months ago f didn't receive a phone cali, much less a card, from any of them. I find it very interesting thai suddenly they think enough of me lo invite me to a parly. One girl telephoned herself, which is really gross since a shower is traditionally given by the bridesmaids, or a close friend. When Ihis girl invited me she emphasized thai it was a kitchen shower and her colors are yellow and white. What can a person say when she gels put on the spot like that? 1 hale lo be used. Suddenly Popular DEAR SUD: A person can say, can'l be there. But thank you for remembering let her lake it any way she wants lo. Confidential to Tlie Shame of Our Will It I agree thai Ihe penal system in Ihe United States is a factory manufactures criminals. If they aren't crooks when they go in, they usually are when they come out. Read Dr. Karl Mcnnmger's book, "The Crime Of Punishment." Dr. Menninger says we musl replace punitive vengeance with somelhing rehabilitation, and I couldn'l agree more. Are your parents loo stricl? Hard lo reach? Ann Landers booklet, "Bugged By Parents? How To Gel More could help you bridge Ihe generation gap. Send 50 cents in coin with your request and a long, stamped, self-addressed envelope lo Landers Reader Mail, Chicago Sun-Times. 401 North Wabash Ave., Chicago, HI. Copyright 1372 Field Enterprises. Inc. FRIENDSHIP LODGE, I, A. la U.T.U. Christmas Tea Bazaar ST AUGUSTINE'S CHURCH HALL SAT., DEC. 2nd 2 p.m. Home Baking and Fancy Work and a White Elephant Table Tea 50c Door Prize WELCOMED BY NEW MOTHER Abandoned in her native Bangladesh, eight-monlh-old Ambia Is welcomed with a big smile and hug by her adoptive mother, Lollo Fischer of Niagara Falls al Toronto International Airport. Eight abandoned children, ranging in age from eight months lo six years, arrived ihis week for adoption by Canadian parents. (CP Wirepholo) Thunday, November 30, 1972 THE lETHBRIbGI HERALD If Golden Mile SENIOR CITIZENS' CENTRE Open Monday through Fri- day 10 to 5 p.m. Satur- day 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Next week: Monday: Keep fit class a.m. Old time dancing 2 p.m. Wednesday: The Golden Mile Singers will entertain South- land Nursing Home at 1 p.m. Thursday: Dingo at 2 p.m. Friday: Tlie singers will en- tertain at the rehabilitation so- ciety Christmas party at 7 p.m. in the Moose Hall. Coming events: Dec. 12: The centre will host senior citizens from Cirmin- gay at 8 p.m. following i tour of the city lights. Dec. 13: An afternoon of car- ois with the Golden Mile Sing- era at 2 p.m. at the centre. All arc welcome. Lunch will ba served. Noteworthy: Memhers are asked to please j pick up tickets by Dec. II for 'the Christmas banquet and party lo be held Dec. 15 at the centre. rhose wishing to go on the ai.nual bus tour of the city on Dec. 17, are asked to leave their name at the centre. Pre-Christmas Special! 15% OFF ALL WOMEN'S AND TEENS' BLOUSES and TOPS CODY'S LADIES' CHILDREN'S WEAR 322 13th ST. N. PHONE 327-5687 JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday Evening, November 30th Sponsored by LadiM' Aid of St. Peter and St. Paul'i Church STARTS P.M. SHARP-PARISH HALL CORNER 13lh STREET B AND 7th AVENUE NORTH Jackpot Starts at and ii Won Every Thursday 2nd Jackpot in 52 Elh-7 No. Jackpot Gold 2St PER CARD OR 5 FOR SI.00 ALSO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZE Periopi under 16 yean nol allowed miiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiii Traditional apple butter in demand STEVENSVILLE, Out. (CP1 Making apple butter, once s common fall household chore In this Niagara Peninsula com- munity, has been turned into a thriving business by the family of Ross Nigh. The Nighs revived the tradi- tion 27 years ago and were making 20 gallons of apple but- ler a season. This was taken lo markel and sold along with their chickens and eggs. Bui the demand grew and last j season the Nighs made 90 gal- lons of a product that once told j i For a gallon and now is a quart. Mr. Nigh's mother. Mi's. Roy Cline, helps with the work and I she recalled her early experi- ences. In those days families i made enough apple butter In crocks to last until the nexl summer. The apples were peeled and cored by hand and put into a copper kettle where cider would simmering over a wood fire. Helpers would stir the mixture with 10 foot wooden paddles until the butter had thickened. Mr. Nigh has modernized the operation. While he holds an ap- ple-peeling bee the night before each batch is made, he still uses a 75 year-old apple-peeler. But his ancient brass kettle now is healed by gas, the paddle is operated electrically and the whole process is carried out in the Nigh garage instead of over an outdoor fire. The Nighs have customers as far away as Saskatchewan. BINGO Scandinavian Hall 229 12th Si. "C" N. Fri., Dec. 1st Starts ut p.m. Do on Open al p.m. 5 Cards for GOID CARDS PAY DOUBLE EACH 4lh, 8th and 12lh Gomel in 7 Numbers or less WORTH in 55 Numbcn Sorry No Ona Under 16 Yeari of Ago Allowed Pre-Christmas PERM SPECIAL! Regular 1 PERM Now Only (THIS SPECIAL IS OFFERED FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY) Phono COBY or JUDY at 327-5687 (GOBY'S BEAUTY SHOP) for your appointment now! COBY'S BEAUTY SHOP 372 13lh STREET NORTH JACKIE LOW formerly of the NORTH PLAZA BEAUTY SALON has joined NELDA and RAMONA or BONNEYDALE BEAUTY SALON. Phone 328-1637 FOR YOUR PERM SPECIAL NOW BONNYDALE BEAUTY SALON 1414 17th STREET SOUTH Imitation. (they say it's the sincerest form of flattery) Before you buy "The latest, one-button, solid-state, modular-design Color TV'.'., have a look at the Original. The Original is Quasar Color TV, and we've been working on Ihe idea since 1965. We pioneered Ihe all solid-stale idea (when others were using tubes.) We pioneered ihe prinled-circuit module (when olheis were wiring by hand.) And iwo years in- troduced the first 5-fimction. color tuner (when other sets still boasted lour or live controls.) We call it the Quasar Svslem-and there's no mistaking it. Here's what lo look for. 1. Solid-slate The in- ervthble thing about them is that thcv arc constantly being improved, made each new version These solid-slate modules do most of the work in a Quasar Color TV. They .snap-out, can he replaced in are inexpensive. And when voti eventually replace one, it wilt be willi the ncwcsUersionol Usell. (Tnstead oftraying a whole new TV, yon simply replace "Mint-Circuits''.) Motorola has pioneered this retro-Hi concept. The combination of solid-stale reli- abtlity with the (iniicipation of future technology is the heart of the Quasar A'v.crrw. 2. Insta-Matic Color Tuning. One button tunes all live picture controls: color hue, intensity, brightness, contrast and even the automatic fine tuning. So YOU don't have to be fiddling nighi. Auaiti Motorola has pioneered it. And it even has n sixth-sense to keep the colors beautiful when vou change channels. 3. The Warranty. Fixed right lo the b.iek of vonr set. with a phone number lo call if ever need help. No fine print. No passing the Only Quasar Color TV has it. 4. The Works In a Drawer. Ii pulls out, so a service technician can usuallv cheek out a problem light in your home. When that happens yoursel doesn't have lo gn into (he repair shop for a week or two. vou save a lot of money and a lot of aggravation. So don't be fooled. Insisi on. .-eemc Quasar Color TV. does the Quasar System all add up 10? A set that will give YOU a picture, lihil vt'U can ilt'penti on. foryenrv lo come. e a look al the Original Tlie name is unforgettable. How will you know you're buying the right set? The set will have the Works in a Drawer. (It's the only one with the works in a by MOTOROLA' Make it your first color TV Qurasac Fairfi0.ld Appliance TV Snlei ltd. 1242 3rd Ave. S, Quasar: Campbell iltclrlc Ltd. 5328 49th Ay. Toblr, Alto. 123.2341 YOU WILL FIND THE BEST BRANDS ADVERTISED IN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD ;