Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Ann Land Monday, Octobf lo, 1773 IKE IETIIBKIDG8 HERMn J. Analysis detects ers arsenic DEAR ANN LANDERS: I in the hospital having my TORONTO M'P Hevol np- possible lo fwmbard tissues, and fuiir neutrons to ffrtwt the presence of arsenic-, niurcury and other foreign ele- ments, a University of profcwjr tujrtv Dr. Robert .lervis. professor of clK'mic.'il engineering, said in fourth daughter when I read in your column tlie male ments in radiology have_ made determines the sex of the du'ld, 1 flipped it out and am saving it for my mollier-in-law. When she comes tomorrow I will hand it to her wilh pleasure. The first voice T heard when I out of ano-tlietic was licrs. She said, "Don't feel bad, dear Ymi arc: still young. next time you will give? us a I told her there wasn't Lo Ilial 3.> nol so young especially after three Caesarinn-s. I have had an mterviev, Ihiit the develop- il with the joys of motherhood and 1 let her it. She have opened up a fairly looked hurt, as if I had let the Family ttUh what headed men wlio nre going in fur -UK! of [n them are not very happy atxml Ihe re.sulus. 'Ihe gentleman Her improved roiund- 1 am .seeing is very handsome without hair and 1 mind t.nifoiy until her FASHION PREVIEW Models try on clothes for the Beta Sigma Phi broidery in red. Pat Rutten, r ght models a mar. Av gnon French double fall fashion show, profile, to be held Tuesday and at 8 p.m. knit suit, in a fashionable banker's gray color. Assisting with the fitlmgi o1 the Vales Centre. Helen Berlondo, left, wears and elegant navy organza ore Maxine Higgins and Paul Rusznak, T.ckefs now available fo ovor toffeta gown, complete with sleeveless overcoat, wifh Schiffily em- day only, Tue; -Waller Kertier Photo 1 1 A Calendar Of Local happenings j Legislature girls r> lit 1 1 1 f I ITS I 1 fltt JJ? S The regular monthly meeting i be items of good used clothing I d a y In Westminster School- of the Multiple Sclerosis So- for men. women and children, gym. Everyone welcome. ciety will held also hooks, jewellery, small ap- i I jit p.m. in the Letlibridge pliances. household goods, fur-! The monthly meeting of the i Auxiliao1 H os pi tal. Arrange- niture. etc. l.ionettes will' he held at Sven i menls be made for the Nov. his baldness in tlie least. He scem.s to have the idea llial if he had a full head of hair he would look younger, rEle is II years my senior which bothers him, mil not me. i Will yon please loll me whether hair transplants out well ;tnd if they arc worth tlie time and money and piiin'.' I hear there is a good deal ol all three involved in Ilie pro- cedure, Thank you Consler DEAR WEST: Some men have had excellent results with the transplanting of hair, others have been disappoint- ed- -and still others will lell you they deeply regiet having tried it, Because transplanting is an of her pnx'wlure any phys- tclan who wants to attempt it can do so, Tiiis means there Is a good deal of experimenting gulng on, and some of the experiments are dismal failures. Not all transplanted hair plugs grow. If too many plugs i fail, one sees empty spaces. They cannot be covered up and the head is an unsightly mess. If the doctor lacks surgical I skills and tries for an extreme effect he might produce a hairline that Is unreal in appearance or even grotesque. My advice lo anyone who is Interested is this: Talk with someone who has had a successful transplant. Team Ihe name of his doctor. Make an appointment for a con- i, sultation. (Not all men nre good candidates.) If you decide l lo do U, lots of kick. -like. Slie died the ftillcv.Ji" day. Doctors took about an inch of hair the srgmerit that had ijrmni while she was in hospi- tal and found Ihe arsenic content was n o r m a I. But the outer edges of the rmir that had grown after she ate tlie s lelhal arsenic content. On tlie basis of this and other evidence. Ihe husUind WHS con- vicled. Dr. Jervis was attending tho of the International i Society ot Kadiographers and Ktid-iolopcal Technicians. KISSING SUCCESS i BEIRUT A ample short of funds lip a kissinp on a street, charging 3n cents a smack. The girl was so swamped with ru.stomers that had to disperse crov. d. VANCOUVER fCP) found his pages lor the past six BEAK ANN LANDERS: T think you were too hard on tbe young woman wrho begins letters to her in laws with "Hi instead of "Dear and clones with "'So king Krick sen's Family Restaurant i hiring of girts, as pages in the years, said w ridge City Tuesday at p.m. Wives of! British Columbia Legislature i hot enough time to 16 bazaar. The Chih will hold a meeting the Lelhbridge Lions are The Ladies Auxiliary to the Wednesday at ANAF will hold a genera! meet worn 1 of the civic ci ing tonight al 8 p.m. A good memlwis welcome, attendance is requested, pin i viled to attend the.se meetin caught one group by sur-' girls wilh uniforms lor the start 1 been incorrect. I pri.se the province's tailors, of tlie legislature's session. Some was simply i for now'1 instead of a move Intimate sign off. Your notion equip the that she did not feel warmly about her in-laws may have i pr New For further information phone j Scvell of ,5 pagcs are the secretary at 32B-ari25. girls, but when they reported difference between for duty recently, the girls were i girls' and boys' uniforms will Tlie Women of the Mooje No. Lakeview School will hold Ihe j wearing the same uniforms j liy the pillbox type hats worn Soutliminster 1'CW will hold will bold the regular meet- first borne and school meeting I black tunics and trousers wilh i by the girls, which replace used and usable sale Thurs-1 mg Tuesday at 8 p.m. of term Tuesday at 8 p.m. red trim that were worn by the military-style wedge caps day Oct. 19 from K to n p.m. There will be only four meet- their male predecessors. worn bv the boys. and again on Friday del 201 The Carse-Kvcr-cm section ol infis held this Parents are Sam Dumka. vice-principal of j Mr "Dumka said it hasn't j close one irom 9 a.m. lo 1 p.m. There will Arw will meet to attend and meet the Reynold's Secondary School. hcra whether the girls' Reader legislature's session. affection. They are not Until the spring session, thej accustomed to words of endearment. It is very difficult for these people to express themselves in tender terms, even though the feeling is there. My own father referred lo my mother as "Mi's. when lie .spoke of her to others. She referred to him as "Tlie Doctor After reading your col- umn for several years 1 would hot that your family was ft and affectionale. Am I riulH? Diego PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 3 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upturns) EVERY THUR5.-B p.m. Tuesday at p.m. at the home of Everson for a pol- itick supper. i Tiie regular meeting of the Major Burnetf Pass Nohic; Grands' Club will be held Tiies- day at p.m. in (he TOOK j hall. i Westminster Badminton Club will meet al p.m. Tues- where (he house speaker lias THE BETTER HALF By Barnes uniform will inelude dresses or slacks. The pages sil in the house SOUTHM1NSTER UCW USED AND USEABLE SALE THURSDAY, OCTOBER I9lh 6 P.M. lo 1 M. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20lh STARTS AT 9 PM. CHURCH HAIL 1th Street South FILTER QUEEN CHRISTMAS SPECIAL All purchases rnarJe durinfj Ihe period October 15th lo December 15tli will be recorded onci nomej will be entered in the Drctw Barrel for o FREE HASSOCK DRAW. Winners will be announced in the Lothbridgo Hercild December 16lh. FILTER QUEEN 602 10th STREET SOUTH, IETHBRIDGE PHONE 328-9641 OPEN MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. OPEN SATURDAYS FROM II A.M. TO 4 P.M. DEAR SAN: Yes. you are right. In ail the years 1 growing up I never onee heard my mother or father call one another by their given names. My father called my mother "Momma" and she called him "Papa." Many people have written to say 1 was too hard on tfle letter miter, and it may well Iw they arc correct. Thank you for calling tliis to my attention and helping me see the situation In a more compassionate light. Were inspected "It'll probably taste even belter after I've starched the curtains in it." SIMPSONS-SEARS SHWING MACHINE RENTAL Ln1s of mending to do? A wedding soon? A yen to be creative? Rent and Sew with a gorgpoui KENMORE ZIG ZAG from Senri. Telephone 328-9231 Or Drop In Al Simpsons-Sears, Centre Village Mall For Complete Del ail i wliilc the legislature is in EPS- .sion and nm errands and carry messages for ML.-Vs. Speaker- designate Cor- don Doweling said it was de- cided to hire pirls as pages be- cause they deserve (lie same j opportunity as boys to expe- rience working in Ihe House. i Two of Ilie is pnpes are Grade] The 'Canada Approved or nine stud-ems at Reynolds sec-1 "Canada" health inspection leg- ondary with Ihe remainder' end on poultry indicate that the Grade eight students at the birds are wholesome and were school. They nre paid for j processed in federally inspected j each afternoon they work. plants. _________________ 7, ana out of- town Mr. nnd Mrs. F. F. Stewart will be Mrs. Harriet Cunning- have recently returned from ham. president. Mrs. Marion Tluinrler Bay. Out., where they God dard, national secretary attended her mother's funeral, j and Mrs. ,1. C. Landeryou. 4 i Convener will be Mrs. Hy Dominion Kehekah 41 will hold Ihe annual lea and bazaar Thursday from 2 to 5 Men., Oct. 16 JACKPOT 53 NOS. "20 AlARM BINGO" Gold Card Pay Double Door (Many other exlras) Regular Cards 25c or 5 for SI I3lh SI. ond 6lh ;A' N. No children under 16 allowed BINGO RAINBOW HALL 1401 sih AV.. n. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17th at 8 p.m. Firfl Jotkpot SS5 In 54 Noi. 2nd Jackpot in 57 Noi. Free Curdi and Ganiei, 25c per Cord, 5 Card) 3 Free Gamei Door Prizs No children Uncfer 16 Yeart Sponsored by A.U.U.C. Auociolion p.m. Ponrors will be Mrs. F Fleet- wood, Mrs. M. Srlioening. Mrs. li. Under n ami Mrs. fi. Nnktcr. An Evening In The Alberta Motor Association, in co-operalion wilh C.P. AIR and ALOHA AIRLINES, present an evening program of Hawaiian entertainment and travel films featuring IN PERSON "THE FUNBIRDS OF ALOHA" direct from Honolulu. To be held FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20th at 8- p.m. This program is open to the general pub- lic. Admission is free. However tickets must be picked up in advance, at the A.M.A. office. Limit of 2 tickets per person. 608 5th Avenue South Phone 328-1181 i Burch. Sharing pouring honors will be Mrs. Cam Barnes, Mrs. F. G. i.jre-Hickman, Mrs, tl. 0. Houlton. Miss Molly C'nupland: Major Joan Pierce, Mr: Capt. R. Butcher, Mrs. v FerRuson and Mrs. L. J, Mo- hi i-haiije of lahle arrange- r K mcnls are Mrs. R. Limlerman i and Mi-s. B. N alder. Sei vileurs include Mrs K. Scotl. Mrs. D. Mrs. A. Pollard. Mrs. B. Nulilcr and! Mrs. M. t'ofiker. The IrK'a! branch of the Al- r ben a Registered Music Teach- ers' Association will host the annual meeting which is lo lako place in Banff. Tlie Teen Tones of Medicine Hal will give a con- cerl 31 this meeting. Mrs Marion nation- al and Mr. r, (I.I Chinook president, have rerenlly relurrjed from Charlollelown. PKI. where Ihey represented Albr-rta at Ihe lional I'ensionei'S and Senior Citizens Federation Convention. The romenhr.n Iw hor-tcd liy the Lethhridpe Clii- riool. tn neifih- Ixirinp hriinchrs of Ihe Dt'puiy Mayor Cam Barnes j will officially open the annual j Halloween lea and bazaar hosl-1 In (he Chinook Pensiorers! and Citizens tioii. Ocl. 29 from 21 lo p m in (Jym 1 of the j civic centre Grroling puepts at (ha door i TUESDAY, OCT. 17th 8 p.m.