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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, October LETHBRID3E HERALD-21 Ann Landers Dear Ann Landers: I am writing about a problem that must be pretty prevalent now that people are living longer and every effort is being made to keep oldsters in good health and involved in the mainstream of life. Dad is 76. He has been driv- ing a car for over 50 years. He has had a few minor ac- cidents, bent fenders, a sudden meeting with a garage door and the like, but nothing to speak of. In the last two years he has been very lucky. His eyesight is failing and his reflexes have slowed up con- siderably. I've asked him to give up driving and suggested several alternatives. He becomes furious and accuses me of try- ing to make an old man out of him He loves his independence and I hate to hurt his pride, but when I think of him driv- ing a carload of white-haired ladies to church I get weak in the knees. Last month I thought my problem was solved when he told me he had to get his license renewed and would be taking a "test." Unfor- tunately, it was only a written test and he passed with flying colors. What now? Dear W.: I get this same letter every week at least ten times. Only the signatures are different. The solution lies with the legislatures. Some already have made the driving test a mandatory part of the renewal procedure for citizens over 65. ALL states should do so. Dear An Landers: I have been thinking about the woman whose doctor had prescribed tranquilizers to "relax" her. She impetuously took an extra pill before going to a wedding reception. To her shame, she blurted out an ex- cessively warm compliment to the bride. Immediately after, she felt like a fool. You assured her that a genuine compliment is always appreciated and you ad- monished her to stop chastis- ing herself. But you ignored the central problem which the writer also chose to pass over. People who are on tran- quillizers should be aware tha-t the medication might alfect their judgment. Some pills tend to make people talkative and uninhibited. They sometimes say things they wish they hadn't. It is important for the doc- tor to hear about all side effects, both physical and psy- chological. Unless the patient informs him he cannot know. Please, Ann, retrace your steps and advise the woman to tell her doctor that the extra pill loosened the hinges on her tongue. Corpus Christie Dear Corp: Thank you lor the suggestion. I've retraced and here's your letter. R. W. Y. Antique and Modern Upholstering 1016 1at Ave. South Priori. 328-5257 Anytime Open 6pm to 9 p m Weekdays WALTER YACYSHYN St. Basil's C.W.L. Tombola and Bazzar Sewing and Novelty Table Bake Table White Elephant Table SaLNov. St. Basil's Church Basement 6 Ave. and 13 St. North Raffle Winners St. Peter and St. Paul's ANNUAL BAZAAR HELD OCTOBER 20th 1. M. Duffy, 1207-12 St. B N. Ticket No. 0264 2 R. Makarenko, 1106 12 Ave. N. No. 1295 3. Marion Dunlop, 67 Br. Villa Estates, No. 0790 4. R. Gerner, 1137-18 Ave. N.W., Calgary, No. 3879 5. E. Arik, 1119 13 St. S., No. 3883 6. Feme Wyatt, 926 11 St. S., No. 0676 7. Mary Szpulak, Diamond City, No. 0922 8. Magdalene Baczuk, Box 275 Milk River, No. 0301 9. Gregory Boychuk, Box 1032 Lethbridge, No. 2898 10. Angle Barrows, 1016-11 St. S., No. 1032 11. P. Rozenbejger, 1407-6 Ave. A N., No. 3241 12. S. Hollingsworth, 2117-16 Ave. S., No. 2961 13. Mark Vassey, 730 Andover Crescent, West Vancouver, B.C. No. 1742 14. Mrs. Rosa Alexa, 613 31 St. S., No. 3451 15. Joan Moore. 2635 22 Ave. S., No. 1119 Door H. Belliveau, 918 10 St. S. NO. 126 Winners are requested to pick up their prizes at 1002 18 St. N. and present their winning ticket, or phone 328-2287 to make arrangements. Our sincere thanks to all those who helped and par- ticipated in any way, to make this annual affair a success. Ladies Aid to St. Peter and St. Paul's Church Cosmetic ingredients revealed Gowns stolen Gillian Regeher, Miss Canada 73, models the original evening gown designed for her to be worn at the November 5 Miss Canada Pageant. The gown falls gracefully to flatter the figure and is enhanced by delicate jewellery at the ears, throat and hands. A total of 45 other gowns to be worn by Miss Canada finalists were reported stolen Friday from the Toronto hotel room where the girls were to be fitted. The gowns were valued at Ms. Friedan given papal audience OTTAWA Starting early next year, the magic formula and the mysterious ingredients of cosmetics for women and men will no longer be secret in Canada, at least as far as Ottawa is concerned. Under proposed regulatory changes to the Food and Drugs Act, the manufacturers of all cosmetics sold in Canada will be required to lift the veil of secrecy from the composition of their products and reveal all to the federal health protection branch. The companies will also be required to provide Ottawa with a formal notification covering all their existing products and providing the following information: and address of manufacturer shown on label: of cosmetic: of cosmetic; If manufactured by another person or firm, name and address of that person or firm; quantitative formula, listing all ingredients; form of the cosmetic, that is powder, cream or lotion; and address of Canadian distributor; Safety tags VATICAN CITY (AP) Pope Paul VI received Betty Friedan, a leader of the United States Women's Liberation Movement, in a brief audience this week. It was the first such audience the Pope has granted Ms. Friedan said she told the Pope- "I have come with the hope and expectation that the Catholic church will come to profound new theological terms with the personhood of women, and in so doing I hope that the Judeo Christian traditions which in the past have denied women equality will become a force in the liberation of women and will lead to further, new dignity for women." Ms. Friedan prefers the designation Ms. to Miss or Mrs. The 52 year old women's leader, who is Jewish, said she gave the Pope a medal symbolizing female male equality. She said she met with the Pope for about five minutes. "I was very surprised by it she said later. "The Pope seemed to know exactly who I was." Ms. Friedan said Pope Paul greeted her in English with the words: "We want to thank you and express gratitude for your work with women.1' He then gave her a papal medal and they had several minutes of conversation through an interpreter, but did not discuss specific problems facing women in relation to the church. Ms. Friedan said she was in Rome "to research an article on the church coming to terms with the new role of women." young Hallowe'eners WINNIPEG (CP) The Manitoba Public Insurance Corp.. which bills itself as the agency protecting motorists on the go, is turning its atten- tion to witches, ghosts and goblins. Premier Ed Schreyer an- nounced Friday the cor- poration, in co-operation with the provincial department of education, will be distributing reflector safety tags to young Halloweeners. The tags will be distributed by teachers next Wednesday to children in kindergarten and Grades one through four. HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Need Clothing, Furniture, Household Effects Call 328-286O For Pickup Service OR LEAVE AT 412 AVE. S. CASH BINGO TONIGHT, SATURDAY O'CLOCK HUNGARIAN OLD TIMERS HALL A Blickout Bingo played lor till won every Saturday plus Number Jackpots JACKPOTS NOW AND 5 Cards for or 25e each (Located Next to No. 1 Fireball) 1 Swinging London Has Arrived MARY QUANT IS HERE See the famous line of Mary Quant Cosmetics at LAKEVIEW DRUGS INTRODUCTORY OFFER NOW YOU ARE FINISHED SCHOOL And Desire to Learn a Protection... WHY NOT BECOME A HAIRDRESSER? We have 3 fully qualified full time intructresses and we teach all phases of beauty culture, hair styling and cutting bleaching tinting and permanent waving You'll enjoy our new remodelled and air- conditioned school a professional beautician pays higher than the average income and opportun- ities are unlimited I Fill Out Coupon For More Information Alberta Beauty School 405 5th St. S. Lethbridge NAME ADDRESS CITY Clatset Starting Now Low Monthly Tuition S 1 S (While They Last) A Free Gift from Mary Quant Value Approximately) with any purchase of Mary Quant products of or more LAKEVIEW DRUG LTD. S 101 7 Mayor Magrath Drive Phone 328-5509 Oh! Oh! It's time for Weight Watchers: Clothes too tight? Are there bulges where bulges shouldn't be? Then You're ready for Weight Watchers. And Weight Watchers is ready for you! A proven program to help you lose weight, achieve a slimmer figure and keep it off for life! You'll enjoy 3 hearty nutritious meals every day plus snacks. Why waif There's a Weight Watchers class neai you NOW ACCEPTING NEW MEMBERS AT ALL LOCATIONS ST. AUGUSTINE'S ANGLICAN CHURCH 11th Street and 4th Avenue South p.m. and p.m. CARDSTON UNITED CHURCH Wednetdayt p.m. Cardtton, Alberta TABER CIVIC CENTRE Thurtday p.m. Taber, Alberta PINCHER CREEK TOWN HALL Mondays p.m. Pinchtr Creek, Alberta BELLEVUE LEGION HALL Wedneidayi p.m. Bellevue, Alberta Rural Zemtn (J-6124 (Toll Free) Enrollment Weekly Fee Thereafter Special Rate: Students and Senior Citizens (60 and over) WEIGHT WATCHERS You don't have to be alone anymore. of introduction to the Canadian market; and inserts accom- panying the product; the signature of the person authorized by the manufacturer to submit the notification. Companies will also be re- quired to notify Ottawa when a product is withdrawn from sale or when the formula, use or name is changed. Health Minister Marc Lalonde said Thursday the changes will allow speedier recall of cosmetics found to be hazardous. Dr A B. Morrison, assis- tant deputy minister of health, said the new regulations will give Ottawa more information on cosmetics and allow the government to provide better protection to the public with respect to cosmetics. "We just don't know enough about the composition of cos- metics on the Canadian market today. That's not a good situation to be he said. THE BETTER HALF Cosmetic manufacturers will be required to submit the information in the notification within 10 days after the first sale of a product in Canada. By Barnes "I'll mow the grass next week, so I can rake it and the leaves at the same time." In and out of town The annual tea and sale ot work sponsored by the Ladies' Auxiliary to the Rehabilita- tion Centre for the Han- dicapped will be held from 2 to 5 p.m. Thursday at the Scan- dinavian Hall. 229 -12 St. C N. Interested persons are asked to note the change of location. Thomas Chapman, presi- dent of the board of directors, will officially open the tea and guests will be welcomed by Mrs. Percy Hamilton and David Stockham, director of the centre Mrs. Gordon Reid and helpers will be in charge of the work table, where many articles made by the han- dicapped will be for sale. The pantry table will be REAL SHARING A Saskatchewan gentleman on welfare because of illness, who has only a month left after paying room and board, sent one dollar to the USC because he wanted to help. USC Headquarters is at 56 Sparks Street, Ottawa KIP 5B1. convened by Mrs. Milton Berry, with the Ladies' Aux- iliary to the Fraternal Order of Eagles in charge of kitchen duties, providing sweets and serving. An open house will be held in honor of Mr. and Mrs. William Lee on the occasion of their 25th wedding anniver- sary from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 4 in the Memorial Hall in Spring Coulee. Friends and relatives are invited to call. F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT EAGLES HALL 6th Ave. A and 13th St. N. Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. 5 Cards for 1.00 or 23C Each Three 7 Number JACKPOT Free'Gamis mil frtt Cirds DOOR PRIZE Gold cards pay double money Children undir 16 no! allowed DUNLOP FORD'S Exhibition Pavilion November 6th to 10th RESIDENTS and MERCHANTS of LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA and DISTRICT We wish to inform the residents of Lethbridge, Alberta and District that "MR. SUEDE" KING OF GUARANTEED LEATHER CLEANING Is no longer associated with SPIC SPAN CLEANERS of Lethbridge We will be appointing a new representative shortly. In the meantime we would ask you to send your precious suede and leather cleaning DIRECTLY to us at "MR. SUEDE" 9923 82 Ave., Edmonton, Alta. 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