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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _____ ThurWuy, S.pl.mbor 7, 1972 THt LETHBRIDGE HIRALO 17 Golden Mile Senior Citizens' Centre Open Monday through Friday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Next week: Monday: The centre will en- tertain senior citizens from Capitol Hill Know Your Neigh- bor organization from Calgary at a box lunch at 12 noon. Mem- bers are asked to let the office at the centre know by Friday if plamiing to attend. The charge will be each. The Golden Mile Singers will enter- tain at p.m. Tuesday: Singing at 10 a.m. Thursday: General meeting lit 2 p.m. sharp. Friday: Visit by nurses from local nursing school. Coming events: The buses for Kananfiskis and Claresholm will leave the cen- tre at noon on Monday, Sept. 18th. Noteworthy: The centre has a list of mem bers who would be willing to help in emergencies in peoples homes for a few days at a lime. No heavy housework Further information may be ob- tained at the centre. The singers entertained pa I [cuts at the Auxiliary llospila' on Sunday, Sept. 3. STUDIO ON FIC7H PICTURE ABTISTS1 flfiT 710-5 AVC Arthritis crusade for Picture Butte A neighbor to neighbor appeal on behalf of the Cana- dian Arthritjs and Rheumatism Society will be launched In Picture Butte Sept. 8 through 30. Volunteers from the Catholic Women's League will call at homes in all sections of the community for the purpose of raising funds. Mrs. Mary Renner, campaign chairman, said the aim of the appeal was "to give every citi- zen of Picture Butte an oppor- tunity to join in the attack on this baffling group of diseases." "ft is no respecter of per- sons. Anyone is susceptible, ROSE JOINS RCMP Inspector G. R. Gordon, officer commanding the tethbridge subdivision, congratulates Rose Merkl ofler she was sworn into the Royol Canadian Mounted Police as a civilian member. Mi ss Merkl, who was previously attached to the lethbridge detachment as a stenographer, is a qualified radio telephone operator and will assume Ihe duties of radio officer. a out an Out-of-town guests visiting Letlibridge for the Chapman- McKenzie wedding included visitors from Dawson City, Yukon; Oregon City and Eu- gene, Ore; Montana; Portage la Prairie, Man; and Barrhead, Edmonton and Calgary. WeeWhimsv X CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS Barbara Ann Landers TORONTO, September 7lh Would you like to wear a smile? On Satur- day, Septem- ber 16th, the colour maga- Close uff line In your paper will carry details of the exciting CLOSS-UP CONTEST "HATCH THE SMILES" with a first prize of and ten Sl.000.00 second prizes! Close-Up Toothpaste, you know, Is clear gel containing two whiteners to make teeth their whitest and real mouthwash to make breath Close-Up fresh. And Close-Up gives you a clear choice... two kinds of flavour for- two kinds of people... Tangy Rod or Green Mint. Watch for "Mattli the Smiles" contest... you could be a big the Close-Up winner! LIKE SO MANY PEOPLE... I always make sure I have DR. FOWLER'S EXTRACT OF WILD STRAWBERRY on my shelf. Then, if one of my family suddenly develops the nausea, cramps and weakness of diar- rhea. Dr. Fowler's is right there to bring gentle, soothing relief. Formulated from roots and herbs It quickly relieves embarrassing symptoms and restores intestinal balance. No one is immune... we all tend to over-indulge, at. times... even a change in ciimale or water can be the culprit. What- ever. Dr. Fowler's has helped over 6 generations of Canadian adults and children... the best recom- mendation I can think of! DEAH ANN LANDBBS: 1 am writing this letter because I can't sleep. I'm leaving home tomorrow and will prob- ably be gone a long time. Suddenly I realized what home means to me and what it means to have a mother. In spite of the hard lime she has given me (and those I have given myself) I know that one day Mom will not be here. Until tonight I never stopped to consider that pos- sibility. I hope every kid out there who will be leaving home soon, whether it's college, a job, the service, or just to let your mother know before you go what she means to you. ,By the time this appears in the paper (if It does) I will have hit the road to get my head together. If I had not written this letter my mother would like to think tJiat I did, so I'll buzz off without signing it. A few thousand other mothers would like to think their son or daughter wrote it, too. So call And Peace P.S. I used to read your column and snicker because I was sure those letters were phony. Here's one Ann Landers didn't make DEAR LOVE AND PEACE: If you see this in the pa- you drop line and let me know if you got your head together and how you're making il. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I know you are busy with se- rious problems but mine is beginning to get to me. It's my mother. She's a wonderful person and everyone loves her, but she can't get a name straight. When the kids come over (the same kids she's been seeing for she calls them by the wrong names. Arthur is Larry is "Lennie" and Vernon is "Eernie." Then she calls me by my sister's name even though she is looking straight at me. Mom is 45, loo young to be senile. The kids never say anything but it's embarrassing. Any In Redlands DEAR RED: Wait 'til you're 45 and let's see how well YOU do. In the meantime, make light of it when she calls Arthur "Arnold." Say, "Mom, Arnold just is Arthur." DEAR ANN LANDERS: I have this very good friend who is as sweet a woman as you would want to meet, but she has a personality trait that drives me up the wall. Should I tell her, as an act of friendship? Whoever she's talking to, within five minutes she takes on that person's personality, speech patterns, facial expressions and hand gestures. Others have noticed it and commented. In the space of one hour at a cocktail party, she can be a Southern coquette, a French artist, a Midwestern housewife, and a German scientist. How about it? Should I tell her? Across The Room DEAR AC: Leave her alone. In all probability her cham- eleon behavior is not contrived and she couldn't change if she wanted to. Incidentally, who put together that guest list? Sexual arousal studied STANFORD, Calif. Measuring a person's sexua preferences and arousal leve hy studying sextially-stlmulatee brain waves may help pinpoin child molesters, Stanford Uni versity searchers say. It may provide clues to deter mine whether psychiatric treat ment has altered arousal pat terns in child molesters am other sexual deviates, a psy chiatrists' team that conductec a study said here. Using slide photographs li cause sexual responses in th' brain, psychiatrists could lean whether their counsellinL worked or whether tire patien lied in reporting a lowering o absence of previous devial feelings, the team said. Their success In siudyin brain wave sexual responses t photographs may be broadenec to measure progress in othe psychiatric areas, the tea: said. One member, Dr. Ronald M. Costell, said he will try the technique in family interaction studies at the National Institute for Mental Health in Washing- ton, D.C. ven children. Arthritis Is a rowd of symptoms; a collec- on of aches and pains affecl- ng Ihe muscles, bones and she said. "Everyone knows someone 'ho has said Mrs. tenner, "a n d by contributing o this campaign they will be oing something to help riend, neighbor or perhaps, omeone in the family. More tian one in every 20 Canadians uffers from some form ol heumatic disease." The Canadian Arthritis and iheumatism Society spear leads a nationwide attack on rthritis, including research and education; rheumatic dis ease unifs at leading hospitals nformation and direct patien csje. Anyone wishing to volunteer ils or her services for the Pic- ,ure Bulte campaign, may con- tact Mrs. Rermer at 732-4530. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "Hold the checkbook and no matter what I joy, don't aive it bock to me." FILTER QUEEN RE-OPENED FOR SALES AND SERVICE Corner 6fh Ave. and 10th Sf. S. Phone 328-9641 FOOT NOTES By Joe "I can't wait for alarm. girt to try out lhata I got at Joe Green's." NEED SHOES For Back-to-School We have a complete selection of ihoes for the family Children Teeners Men and Women. Open Thursday Till 9 p.m. GREEN'S SHOES DOWNTOWN ON SIXTH STREET Try a little Tenderness: ALBERTA'S OWN CHICKEN! cup I lip. tsp. lip. lip. H tsp. flour SKILLET GLAZED CHICKEN NEW TASTE FOR HIED CHICKEN Pinch of or.ea.ano 1 fryer, cut up savory M cup Rapeseorf oil oninon lolt cup tugor garlic salt cup water pepper juice of 1 smart Heal oil Irt electric frypart icI or 350 degrees F. Mix flour and seasonings in a plaslie or bog. Shake pieces of chicken bag to coal with flour mixture. Brown chicken pieces in hat oil. When are browned, pour off excess oil. Mix lemon juice, sugar and water; pour over chicken. Cover chicken and simmer on low heat for 40 minutes to 1 hour. Serves 4. Send uc will you book-full of Qrowvn' Marketing Board P.O, BOX 3t3S SIN. A EDMONTON SUPER SAVERS TONIGHT AND THESE SPECIALS EFFECTIVE ONLY AT CENTRE VILLAGE IGA LETHBRIDGE TABLERITE CANADA CHOICE CHUCK STEAK Syndrome causes headache TORONTO (CP) Boss. It's real. But when finally you've mode it, beware of the "Lord- j stown says Dr. John Griffin, former head of I the Canadian Mental Health Association. i He says it isn't a symptom wliich will affect you, but it mil affect the men under you. He cautions: The boss must be aware of the needs of his underlings. The "Lordstown syndrome11 is a new phrase m the vocabu- lary of industrial psychologists. it is derived from Lords- town, Ohio, where General Motors has built the most mod- ern, efficient automobile plant in North America. The employee-employer rela- tions at the plant are causing headaches. Despite high wages, the labor force is unhappy with the mono- tony and authoritative super- vision that characterizes the plant. The result has been ab- senteeism, work stoppages and a high employee turnover. And the person blamed for this is "Ihe boss" Ihe guy who's finally made It but has apprcntly forgotten what it's like to be the underdog. Dr. Griffin said in his exper- ience that if a boss is friendly, understanding and supportive, the work is relatively free of tension. FRIDAY ONLY STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.n Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. FREE DEUVfRY IN THE CITY ROBIN HOOD FLOUR 20-lb. bag PURITAN VEGETABLE OR TOMATO SOUP ASSORTED FLAVORS JELLO 3-oz. pkgs. Each ALBERTA WHITE GRANULATED SUGAR CANADA NO. 1 LOCAL CORN on the COB ;