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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, September 20, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Doggie bags banned Frank Baker, owner of a West Vancouver rest- aurant, has resorted to signs to remind his smorgas- bord customers that the food is for their stomachs, not for their purses. Restaurant owners are noticing an increasing tendency of their customers to take extra food home with them. Ann Landers Dear Ann Landers: May I answer a few questions posed by that gink who thought your column wasn't fit for a family newspaper' He wanted to know what to say when his 11- year-old son asked him what a homosexual was. (The kid never heard the word till he read it in your column.) The answer is so clear, I can't un- derstand why he didn't see it. No need to tell your 11-year- old son about homosexuals. Wait until one makes a pass at him in a public toilet or a park. About his criticism that you spoiled his breakfast with your column on V.D. (the symptoms didn't go well with his corn No need to talk to your children about V.D. Wait till they get it. It's so much easier when kids ex- perience something first hand. But the best part of not telling them anything is that it saves you the embarrassment because you aren't as well in- formed as you ought to be. Besides, that kind of talk makes you uncomfortable. Gotcha Solved in Sutin, Texas Dear Tex: Beautiful. Everything is bigger in Texas even the put-downs. You did a masterful job on the pathetic, bumbling Dad and I thank you. Dear Ann Landers: My father, age 90. lives in a rest home. Brother Henry, a professional man with a hand- some income, is very good to Dad He and his nice wife Mary visit Dad every day. Mary is a professional woman who also has a nice income. They have no children. Henry handles all Dad's financial af- fairs. My husband is a struggling cop. I have a chronic ailment and can't work, but we manage O.K. We have three bright kids, all college material. But the only way they can go to college is on Grandpa's money. The beef? Henry and Mary are as tight as wallpaper with their own dough, but they are very generous with Dad's. They frequently take us all out The LARGEST ASSORTMENT of imported styles in LETHBRIDGE to dinner "on Grandpa" and the poor old guy doesn't have the foggiest. I think this is wrong and I'm concerned about our children's education. What can we do9 Need A Helping Hand Dear Friend: That "Helping Hand" you're looking for is right at the end of your sleeve. Don't depend on Grandpa or anybody else to put your kids through college. If they are bright and hard-working, they can make it with scholarships, student loans and part-time jobs. If Grandpa DOES leave them some money, consider it a plus. But he doesn't owe it to them, and don't count on it. Dear Ann Landers: I am a married woman, past 50, too darned old to blush But I do anyway and it drives me crazy. I feel my face and neck get hot for no reason except that I am slightly embarrass- ed by something that is said. To look at me you'd think I was dying of shame. Whenever anyone mentions it. I get redder which makes it twice as bad. Is there anything I can do about it? Tomato Face Dear T. Face: Blushing is an involuntary act. so accept it and stop fretting. In my younger days I secretly envied the girls who could blush because I'm olive-skinned and could never muster up the slightest bit of color, no matter how hard I tried.' Confidential to Why ME? Most things that shouldn't happen to a dog happen to people. Cheer up. This could be a blessing in disguise. If he couldn't take that little "set- back." what would he do if he encountered a major crisis? What kind of wedding goes with today's new life styles? Does anything go? Ann Landers' completely new "The Bride's Guide" tells what's right for today's wed- dings. For a copy, send a dollar bill, plus a long, self- addressed, stamped envelope (20 cents postage) to Ann Landers, P.O. Box Chicago, 111. GUIDES ARE WRONG OTTAWA Many metnc conversion aids now on the market are inaccurate, says ttie Consumers" Associa- tion of Canada It advises buy- ing only those thai bear the of- ficial stylized M a maple Jeaf LE RON'S HAIR STYLES 524- 6th SL South 328-4729 is pleased to welcome BARB BROWN to our staff. Barb has 6 years of experience in cutting and styling and invites all her old customers and friends to come in. ROM UEAH WIUIS SUSAN WieSZEROS WANDA HUSZtS SUSAN HOUADAY Wl wJrom completed a course advanced -styling ALL WORK GUARANTEED! Bright spirits typify morale in refugee camp MAKHERAS FOREST, Cyprus (CP) Little Christos doesn't really know for whom or what the bell just comes running with his dinner plate whenever it sounds. "We call him the said a refugee camp leader as Christos, 3, whipped around a tent, leaning into the curve at an alarming angle but firmly clutching his plate. The a suspended old banged at in- tervals to summon refugees to work, recreation, meetings and meals at this improvised tent community in the mountains 25 miles southeast of Nicosia But these details don't count with Christos. "He always conies and he always brings his said the camp leader, and judging by the little guy's chubby build he isn't wasting his time on all these forays. The light-hearted spirit of Christos seems to typify morale at the Makheras Forest camp, which refugees claim is the best organized place of its kind on Cyprus. The opinion is shared by many Canadian paratroopers who patrol the Nicosia area as part of the United Nations peacekeeping force on the Island. "It's a joy to come said Capt. Phil Campbell of Ed- monton, who celebrated his 26th birthday by leading a 75-mile patrol of Greek and Turkish areas Wednesday. Campbell and other members of No. 2 Commando of the Ca- nadian Airborne Regiment describe the Makheras experience as fantastic even in a land laden with the unexpected. Children played in areas lined with whitewashed stones, a big washing fluttered in the breeze and today's menu was already posted on a the new the patrol ar- rived. An outdoor bulletin board summarized the day's news. The children's library would be open between 3 and 6 p.m. A housekeeping class was in progress. "Come into my was the invitation of camp leader Christos Elia, a Nicosia publisher, advertising man and en- tertainer until he fled with other Greek-Cypriots to this saucer- shaped mountain haven when a Turkish army swept across northern Cyprus last month This was a different sight indeed than met the eyes of WO Leslie Johnston of Edmonton when his jeep topped the saucer lip during the fighting just over a month ago and he saw some 650 men, women and children milling about on the saucer bot- tom "We were so worried, tired and discouraged that we did not think the United Nations would help recalled Elia, 37. "We told Leslie Johnston about our blankets, tents, ev- we really did not expect much." The full story of the relief of the refugees would be hard to come by because apparently rules were bent. Tents appeared with a minimum of red tape. Blankets materialized from where blankets were not supposed to be. A full day's rations for all the 900 paratroopers under Mon- treal's Col. Guy H. J. Lessard. commander of the Canadian Air- borne, found their way here. The refugees are spreading that bonanza over a month or so. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "Introduce me. so I'll know what other three supper- less men to phone to arrange a beer bust.' NORTH LETHBRIDGE CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTRE Is now accepting applications for children ages 2-5 years to attend a full time program beginning October 1, 1974. LOCATION: Bridge Villa Estates Recreation Centre FEES: On a sliding scale For application forms ind furthir intormilion cill: 328-7342 tttir 4 p.m. 328-3020 btlwim 94p.m. "Have a Nice Day Prices Effective Friday and Saturday September 20th and 21st WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES I LIKE THEIR Carry-Out Services. CENTRE VILLAGE IGA STREET NORTH. 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