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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, September 1, 1971 THE LETHBRIDCE HERALD 21 REGISTRATION Reid, prograrr direct- right, sign up for (he new fall programs at the Y, Regis- or of the Lelhbridge Family Y, has ihe smile of continuing tration for the new programs started on Thursday, and success as she helps Dale Butferwick, left, and Jerald Brown, new members may join at the Y at any lime. CMHA needs many new volunteers By BEVERLY-ANN CARLSON Sliiff Writer "We are in desperate need of additional volunteers and volunteer drivers so as lo en- large our accord- ing to a Canadian Mental Health Association bulletin. The psychiatric ward in the Lcthbridge Municipal Hospital has been increased over the summer months from nine to 21 beds, and "we desperately need volunteers of all ages and botli to aid programs involving these patients both while they are in hospital, and after they return to their homes, according lo Molly Mitchell, of the CMHA. Volunteers lo the organiza- tion are involved in such ac- tivities as taking the patients out for group bowling, yoga, and crafts sessions, shopping programs, etc., and are wel- come even if they only can of- fer Lwo hours per month, Mrs. Mitchell said Tuesday. A large corps of young peo- ple, the Zion League, has been working mainly with patients at the Alberta Hospital in Ray- mond and have received recog- nition from many sources for the work they have done "We find that it is no use trying to recniit individuals as volunteers, and are aiming our efforts at the groups youth, and church groups cays Mrs Mitchell. It is not Ihe responsibility of the governments to provide these services, Mrs. Mitchell i states. "It is a community con-1 com (Jo provide volunteer ser-1 vices, and to be a friend to Hie patients." Although any volunteers are welcome to join the organiza- tion, there is a special need for volunteers who have cars and who can drive lo take Hie patients out on the bowling, yoga, etc., excursions. "Canadian Mental Health will provide training programs for the empha- sized Mrs. Mitchell, "and will go out to groups if they wish, and explain the work of a vol- unteer, and the programs in- volved." Mrs. Mitchell asks that any interested groups or persons call 327-0100, or write to Box 33, Lethbridge for more infor- mation. She slated, "It will break us if we don't accomplish this." Ann Landers Flower power GUELPH, Ont. (IT) 25 young people, and some mothers, took advantage of a recent one-day course on flow- er design sponsored by Ihe Gueiph Horticultural Soc i e t y. The students were guided by instructors in the fine points of design, harmony, height, bal- ance and color in creating de- signs for a cup and saucer and for a dining room table cen- trepiece ADD CONDITIONER Addition of a water condi- tioner to the dye or tint bath will disperse the dye thoroughly j in the color bath. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "I understand Congress is considering a law requiring all butcners to place both hands on top of their heads after putting meat on the scales." THE WORLD OF FASHION At YOUR FEET By Florence, Italy Walks Away in Fashion Our Fall Collection is now complete. We cordially inviio you lo drop in oruJ try on a pnii or Isvo or ihroc. Sizes loll Fittings from 4A Benefit Shoes Ltd. 615 4lh Avo. 5. Phono 327-7300 OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY UNTIL 9 P.M. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'm a widow who moved lo Cali- fornia Irani a Southern Stale. Yesterday I decided to take a stroll in the garden area where the ladies who live in this complex sit and visit. I was greeted warmly by five dowager types, three with blue hair and two with lavender. The two lavenders were somewhat silent. I introduced myself, we ex- changed pleasantries, but I had the uncomfortable feeling that they were looking me over. After about 15 minutes I liose lo leave. One of the la- vender-haired ladies smiled sweetly and said, "We have a few rules here. No one is allowed to talk about aches, pains, operations or illness." BetJore I could respond, she continued, "Also, we do not talk about politics, religion, clothing styles, inflation, Vietnam, our families, or our finances." It sounded as if she had memorized the list. I was stunned and did not reply. What do you think about such rules, Arm? I am com- pletely mystified. DEAR NEW: Looks like the only Wo subjects left open lo Ihe girls is sex and baseball scores. Try 'em and let me know how you make out. DEAR ANN LANDERS: This might not sound like an impor- tant problem to you, but it is driving me nuts. To put it in a few words what can be done about people who have a lot of nerve and no common sense? I sell auto licence plates in Florida. People I hardly know ask me to get their plates so they won't have to stand in line. Last week Ihree casual acquaintnces came to my hume with their money and registration blanks. One woman a college graduate asked me to help her fill out me form. SHE COULDN'T UNDERSTAND IT! This morning a distant relative showed up while 1 was having breakfast. I asked him why he didnt bring the stufl to the office. He said, "The parking around there is rough." What do you think about a jerk who wouldn't walk a few blocks but he thinks nothing of interrupting my breakfast? Please print this. Everyone around here reads your col- umn. Maybe if they see themselves they will take the hint and leave me alone next year. In The Neck In Florida DEAR PAIN. Here it is, but don't bet the rent, Lady. The people with unlimited gall are invariably the most in- sensitive. If you want these clods to leave you alone you'll have to come right out and tell them so. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I a very good secretary who happens to be "between engagements'1 at the moment. Things are not good in Detroit. I decided to run an ad in this newspaper under Situations Wanted Female. It occurred to me that it I framed something a little off-beat, I'd do better. This is the way my ad read: "Happiness is being a very good secretary, a week." I spent the last week answering this crazy telephone. The men who are calling couldn't care less about my secre- tarial qualifications. They want lo know my dimensions and I would like to meet me for "a drink." I have had seventeen propositions but not one legitimate job offer. This has taught me a lesson I shall never forget. It doesn't pay to try to be cute when dealing with the public. i This world is full of evil-minded creeps, lechers and dirty old men. Just sign me I'll Starve to Dealh First I DEAR S.T.D.: So what's new? j DEAR ANN LANCERS: Regarding the letter about the j j teen who moved in with a friend whose parents were more l I "broadminded" lhan his own: We didn't think much of your j advice. Our daughter left home recently, to live with a friend. We have no intention of reimbursing the "broadminded" par- cuts for our daughter's keep (as you suggested.1 Had they not provided her with a convenient alternative she'd be living at home, behaving liersclf. You should '-'avc told Ihe "broadminded humanitarians" lo M.Y.O.B. and not be so quick lo offer asylum to a re- hellions child who thinks she knows better than her parents, DEAR MO: The assumption that your rebellious daughter would lie r.l home "behaving herself" had she not been taken in by the is an optimistic one, indeed. I don't happen lo share your sanguine view. Some rcc.ilcitrnnl teen-agers leave home and get into terrible trouble. Don't you read Ihc papers? What awails you on the other side, of the marriage veil? Ifnw can you be sure your m-image will work? Read Ann Landers' hooklel, "Marriage What To Expect." Send your lo Ann Landers in care ot your newspaper enclosing 50 cents in coin and a long, lamped, self-addressed envelope. 'Value'VUlage SBP for the LaborDay Weekend .00 Mrs. Mrs. Milnes Mrs. Milnes 14-Qi, tins 14 oz. tins 14 oz. tins 3.1 7. ...1 Case of 24 Mrs. MilneJ 14-oz. Mount Elephant, Whole Aspargus 7.59 4 of 24 ...I 7.89 44 I .00 PEACHES PEARS APRICOTS PLUMS GREEN BEANS TOMATO JUICE ......4 Kraft 6 1-00 Cookies 2 1-flO Allen's Drinks Prem Orange, Grape, n Fruit Punch.............. 48-oz. tins V for I i 14 oz. ,in 5.89 Salmon AstraRed.5ockeye.. 1.19 Canned Hams Burni n Or. L doz. ODC Candies 2 forl.OO Fresh Grade "A" Medium FROZEN FOODS Lemonade MCP 7f0r Ice Cream Polm Exolic Flavor! 79c Bicks, 31 oz. Sweet Mix Yum Yum Polish Dill MEATS PHONE 327-5795 Roast or Steak 49 V Bologna Bacon Ground Beef >b 59c Smoked Cotta.qe Rolls >b 1-09 Coiled Garlic Sausage By the MJ Alberla Gold CQf Regular or all beef Ib. II ICllCI lib. pkg. J7b Alberta Cold Ib. 75C Sausage Alberta Gold 1 Ib. pkg. aliie'Village PRODUCE B.C. Bartfcll Jumbo 18s Sunkisl California 21% Vl Ibs. W W local PEARS Cantaloupe Oranges Nectarines lb. 19c Watermelon hondipak Case ,99 4 I79c 3 J.OO Lake, Whole Pineapple Layer Cakes Date Loaf Cakes Bismarks (Raspberry filled) 65' Butter Bud Cookies ;