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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta W.tfnudoy, Otlob.r II, 1977 1HI ITTHSRIDGE HlRAtD 23 SUMMER FORECAST fits presented on opening Fashion Creators showings semble by Cole of Calid These are two poolside oul day of !he annual California this week in Los Angeles. En jrnio, left, combines swirling nylon palazzo pants with a show-off-the-midriff nailer. Oriental influence takes over in Poppy of California's black white and orange bikini, rigHf, covered wilh Chinese style happy coat. (AP Wirephoto) Exchange of ideas to aid diabetics TORONTO (CP) A work-1 flosenfeld. senior adviser shop on education for diabetics health systems in the health is to be held liere Nov. 9-10 for nurses, doctors, dieticians, nu- tritionists anrt social workers. Prof. Heather Milne says tlie need for such a workshop was underlined by a survey she did Ann Landers LOOK TO US! COFFEE tt Kfln I M bonui pack NESTLES ASSORTED CHOCOLATE BURS CHEESE WHIZ 2 7 I-- 1 -00 TomatOftS Fnmilv 28-01. bars 1 jOUp Campbell's Tomato Soda Crackers Kraft Dinner Cookies lO-oi. 2-lb. box Fabric Softner 7'i-oi. pkg. J for Big Daddy New from Christie's Canned, h n M_ Butter f Western 4 Ibs. 1 ,00 ToniatOeS Western Family 28-oz. 79c Downey f 1-00 Facial Tissue Bathroom Tissue Punch Syrup Nabob, assl. flavor! 3-oz. bottln Scollies Econoniy size 73c 89c 75c 59c 1.99 1.19 2, 1 .00 MEATi PHONE 327-5295 program branch of the depart- ment of health and welfare, Ot- tawa. In addition lo the Canadian Diabetic Association, sponsor- ing groups include the Canadian wilh Ihe support of the Can-' Nurses' Association, the Vie- adian Diabetic Association. j lorian Order of Nurses and Ihe She is an association member. Canadian Council of Social and teaches at the University of Workers. Toronto school of hygiene. "What came out of the sunej was the fact that professionals and para-medical workers felt there was a need to get togeth- er lo exchange ideas on diabetic she said in an in- terview. "It was decideci that it should be patient-centred. Flow do you reach a diabetic patient, how to! you communicate with him, how do you teach him? "In practical terms, we are hoping to show case studies. We want to examine what the prob- lems are in terms of social background and what question; you can ask that can unearlh a problem. "We hope the participants will go back to their com- munities with improved skills and knowledge of diabeles. "We are hoping the workshop will give impetus lo Ihe setting up of clinics and perhaps evenl- ually to a working group that could meet on a regular basis j for education." Speakers will include Dr i Bruce Morton of Halifax, presi- dent of the association: Dr. Donald Etzweiler, director of the Diabetes Education Centre in Minneapolis, and Dr. O. B. PIONEER DIES Jenny Gray of Winnipeg, died Monday al the age of 110. This photo was token in 1965. (CP Wirephoto) Something old or borrowed more prevalent ihan new By LINDA OKUTSCII LOS ANGELED (AP) The California Fashion Creators, chief dp-signers in the state's booming garment industry, opened Ihuir aiini'al showings with hints that something old and something borniwod v.ill be more prevalent than some- thing new. Dolman sleeves, wide-lugged pants, btozer jackcLs and pleat- WeeWhimsv j od skirls will IK back for spring. The only thing mis-iing is sad- dle shoes However, futuristic ideas still prevail in one area swim- j.suits. California designers gave i birth to the bikini and, appar- j ently, their bikini-size custom- ers don't care for nostalgia. There's nothing old fashioned about the barer-tban-ever look for next .summer. Thi! big incentive for girls lo buy a new swimsuit is expected to be the colorful variety of eoverups and after-swim out- fits which match many .swim- suits. Palazzo prints, callans. safari shirl-s, sweaters and long skirt.s all get into Hie act as swim- suit partners. Many eoverups double as parly-going attire. "California inven'.ed sports- boasts the fashion cre- atovs group. And, in this area of dominance. West Coast dc- signers are playing it safe by staying wilh the classic trend. Rlazei's are everywhere pants suits and jumpsuits are hack and paiazzo pants wilh wide wide legs provide a rerun nf the late-show movie star look. cardigan sweaters with matching sleeveless sl'i'llr.? And those clear little I battle jackets? i They're back, too. DEAR ANN LANDERS: The letter from tiie mother who shut the door on her daughter's date because he looked like a gorilla made me write my first letter to you. 17- year-old has taken up with a gorilla also. Tell me, Ann, does a mother have the right to tell her daughter's "gentle- man caller" lo take a bath, trim his hair and put on a shirt? This ape likes to go naked from the waist up. !t kills my appetite when I sec a hairy chest across the ta- ble Also would it be rude to tell him to take his dirty feel off the furniture? I've been called prejudiced, "crazy clean" and a few other names. Please answer. Glencoe Mother DEAR GLEN: You do not have the right to tell a "gentle- man caller" to take a hath or get a haircut, but you can and should tell him he is not welcome at your table with- out a shirt. Furthermore, if a "gentleman caller" doesn t know enough lo keep his dirty feet off the furniture, he should be instructed in this area also. DEMI LANDERS: Recently yon said the frequently repeated statement that vodka and gin cio not produce hang- overs was "a lot of malarky." You are correct about this, however, please lie aware that vodka Is plain ethyl alcohol whereas bourbon whisky and some fortified wines contain a number of amyl alcohols called fusels, somewhat similar to the barbiturates. It is a chemical fact of life that ounce for ounce, whiskies, bourbons, wines, etc. are more apt lo pro- duce hangovers Ihan vodka as anyone who has tried them all will tell you. So watch it, Ann. Hung at Hanover DEAR HAN: I don't have to watch it, Bub. Tomato julca on the rocks is my drink. That well-touted beverage that is supposed to leave you "breathless" can also render you senseless. And this, it seems to me. is more important Ihan whether or not you wake up hung-over. DEAR ANN LANDERS: A woman I work wnlh lives two blocks from my apartment. For (lie past three years I have been chauffeuring her to work. Often she rode home with me i as well. It was no inconvenience because I never had to wait for her. She was always on the curb, rain or shine. The woman is pleasant and f do like her, but she never once said "thank you" either verbally or in any olher way, like offering to lill up the lank once in a while, or maybe a i small at Christmas Yesterday my passenger nuped her .slocking as she was pelting out "of tin- i-ar. There a rough place on the chrome strip The she carried nn you'd have though! I had put il there on Slit! yelled lor ten minutes about her S.I..TO pantyhose and how her leg was scratched, and maybe she should hcive a lockjaw shot, and ended up with this dig: _ "It's loo had (hat some people don't take care of their prop- erty i Finally I asked, "Do you feel I owe you a pair of stock- ings'.'" She replied, "Yes. I do." I then told her that she had i been nn Ihe receiving end of a few hundred dollars' worth of free transportation and had never expressed any appreciation whatsoever. The next thing I knew we were having a terrific argument. We are no longer nn speaking terms and I'm taking anolher route-to work (o avoid her. So please stop advising people tn br- generous and neigh- borly. Ar.n Landers. I've learned il doesn't pay. firass Knuckles Beat The Golden Rule CHICKEN CUT UP.......Ib. CHUCK ROASTS ,75 SHORT RIBS OF BEEF ,69 BEEF LIVER _ ,69' HAM STEAKS ,99' GLENWOOD CHEESE MILD olueVillage PRODUCE PHONE 318-1751_______I APPLES RED and GOLD DELICIOUS OR MdNTOSH_____ 4 ORANGES MEXICAN HAMLIN 4-lb. cello bag 59' CELERY CARROTS CRISP GREEN STALKS BROOKS 2 29 tm bog DICAR KNUCKLES: Please don't Ihe whole j human race by that clod you've been providing with porlal to portal livery service for three years. The fact that she has never expressed her appreciation is evidence lhal she's a clinker. I still say the golden rule is boiler Ihan brass knuck- les, even when dealing wilh jerks. Are ymi, or someone you care alxiiil messing around wilh driigs-or considering il? Are all drugs bad? Whal aboul pot in moderation? Ann Landers' new Iwoklct, "Slraighl Dope on Drugs" separates Ihe farts from Ihe fic- tion, for each booklet ordered n-nd a dollar bill, plus a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope. UK cents postage! lo Ann borders, Rox Chicago, III 60654. CHERRY PIES FRESH BAKED EACH CHOCOLATE FUDGt LAYER CAKE BAKERY Phone 327-2421 PAN BUNS TRAY OF 8 EACH 69' 29' LOCATED AT THE CORNER OP 13rh STREET end 6th AVENUE S. ;