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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE BETTER HALF By Barnes self-winding calendar watch is slil) Struggling thrcuigh last year." Schedule of fall meetings set for university women Ann Land ers fridoy, September 22, THE LETHBRIDGJ HIRALD 15 The University of Lcthbridge Women's Association lias an- nounced a slale of meetings for fall. The U of L WA is open to women affiliated with the uni- versity and to wives of uni- versity faculty and staff. The Sept. 21 meeting will be a tour of the coulees in the Lethbridge area, under the guidance of W. H. Sharp of the U of L's biology department. The group will meet at p.m. at the Lethbridge Com- munity College main parking lot. All members and their faml lies are invited to attend and cautioned to wear sturdy shoes. love is... that special smile across a crowded room. The Oct. 19 meeting, to bo held at p.m. in the gas company auditorium, will he iddressod by Ms. Pam Madsen, 1 continuing education lecturer nstructing the What is a Wo- man series. Nov. 1C, the meeting will be poetry reading, with poet Marty Oordt and other writ- ers, yet to be announced. Other scheduled meetings will cover a book study group and discussions of the mystical religion of Suftisrn a branch of the Islamic faith which foc- uses on inner reflection. further information on the U of L women's, -association may be obtained from Mrs. Ela'ine Parry, phone 327-6681. Aged canvasser SEATTLE (AP) Among the doorbell ringers and can- vassers spreading the wo-.'d for their favorite candidates is a worker a Hide more ex- perienced than most. Adeline Ekenstedt walks up and down Queen Anne Hill, perhaps a hit slower than most, but no less enthusiasti- cally. .Her enthusiasm has had 90 years to mellow. "t like she ex- plains her self-appointed chore. "It's lots of fun and I hope I can help my candi- dates." She has teen ringing door- bells for the last' 10 years around election time and has been active in politics for more than 25 years, KRESGE'S SATURDAY WSCOIlNT BOMBSHELLS PHENTEX Packaged 2 jkeiru of 3 ply Phenlex. Terrific fall color assortment. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Occasionally you print something of value sent in by a reader. The enclosed was written by 0. Newman, Commissioner, Kentucky Department of Pub- lic Safely. "Are you one of those people who call me on the tele- phone or write and complain that my officers stopped you and handed you a ticket for no reason at all! You break my heart. You tell me you're a good citizen and a safe driver and a dumb cop gave you a ticket for going a little faster than the law allows. Well, I hope the next time you get caught breaking the speed limit he gives you another ticket and the traffic judge takes your license away. I pray that he nails you before you crash into a concrete abutment and he has to pull your lifeless body out of a demolished speed machine. "I wish you could spend a few days with me and watch a teenager writhe in agony on the gravel near a highway while he waits for an ambulance that will come too late to take him to a hospital, so instead, he goes straight to the morgue. I wish I could make you help scrape the bits of bone and flesh of a whole family off the asphalt into baskets. You'd as we have done. But you'd think a lillle differently the next lime you climbed into that car of yours and opened it up on a stretch of highway to see what it could do. So you got a ticket? Misler, you break my heart." DEAE ANN LANDERS: I would appreciate the oppor- tunity to reply to the MD who made the statement that "scientific evidence actually favors no bra." As a gynecologist I have seen and read of many cases of women who never wore bras. Do you know what they look like. Their breasts are flat. Very fiat. The Cooper's ligament, unassisted, is not able to support the weight of the average breast. This con- dition is called Cooper's Droop. Ann, please tell your women readers that going without a bra may give them a feeling of liberation but it will re- sult in sagging breasts. Almost everyone has seen films of tribal African women which are conclusive evidence. The fe- males have never worn bras and they have Cooper's Droop. I hope you will print my leller so your readers will know that the physician does not have the support of all members of the medical profession. I am a---------New York MD. DEAR DOC: You have demonstrated the wisdom of ob- taining a second opinion. Your word of warning may well have rescued a whole generation of potential Super-Duper- Cooper-Droopers. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Please tell me I'm sane. I'm 24 and for three years have been happily married to a man four years older. I've always considered myself well- now. I think I'm in love with a man I've never mel. He lives in the next apartment and I've flipped over him just listening to his music. When he plays sad tunes late at night after my husband has fallen usleep, I fight these wild impulses lo knock on Ms door and offer myself to him. I know nolhing about this man except that he lives alone and works for a construction firm. I would judge him to be about 35 years old and very lonely. Don't suggest that I talk to a clergyman or a doctor or a marriage counsellor. If I could talk to anyone I wouldn't be writing lo you. Please help me, Ann. I think I'm off my Smith, Ark. DEAR ARK.: I agree with you. Your fantasies have got- ten out of band. I urge you to talk to a counsellor before you find yourself knocking on this man's door. And while you're talking, try lo learn why you are so vulnerable. What's wrong with your life that you've gone bananas over a stranger? d out WINDSHIELD WASHER QQC ANTI-FREEZE 1 GAL. JUG SATURDAY DOORBUSTER IN EFFECT 9 A.M. NOON PRESTONE ANTI-FREEZE GAl. VISION BATH TOWELS All cotton EACH an of town, Sigma Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, recently held a transferee ritual to welcome Mrs. Shirley Hoyem of Grande Prairie. A pledge ritual was held for Mrs. Madeline Kinneburgh. Guests at the meeting were Mrs. Gail Welherspoon, Mrs. Wanda Hussar and Mrs. Juan- ita Lingard. The annual mothers' meeting of the Southminster Junior Girls' Choir was held recently with a good attendance. Mrs. Lloyd Johnston and Mrs. Helen Johnson will act as conveners until Christmas. Plans were made to present the operetta, The Pink Siamese, on Oct. 28 and 29lh, under the direction of Mrs. D. M. Campbell. MISSES'-JUNIOR-PETITE BATTLE STYLE JACKET Ideal for cool fall days Sixes S.M.L................. EACH 4 .44 DRINK CONTENTS ROME (AP) Three con- sumers complained lo police I hat their soft-drink bottles con- tained, respectively, a clamp, a snail and a lizard. Personalized WEDDING AND ANNIVERSARY: The Lcthbridge Herald PRINTING LITHOGRAPHING Cor. 7th St. i 51h Ave. S. Phone 327-3203 45's RECORDS M0 Top EACH 831 Shop for WINTER GLOVES, SCARVES, HATS NOW AT KRESGE'S ONE DAY ONLY WHILE QUANTITIES LAST OPEN SATURDAY 9 A.M. TO t P.M. KRESG Y.W.C.A. NEW TO YOU SHOP NEW FALL WINTER HOURS OPEN WEEKDAYS AND SATURDAYS P.M. THE CPR SAGA The building of iho Canadian Pacific Roll- way in the 1830's was an immense challenge and on out- standing achievement. This Saturday in Weekend Magazine, historic pholographi fjom Pierre Berton'i latest book, T-a Great Railway Illustrated, capture the magnitude of tha undertaking. See how harriers were overcome, hardships en- dured, Iho birrh of cities, and other intriguing photos. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE TRY A LITTLE T-BONE STEAK CLUB STEAK CANADA CHOICE CANADA GOOD BEEF STEAK Cut thick fa B.B.Q. Canada Choice Canada Good Beef............Ib. ,39 Olympic Country Style Smoked Shankless Thick Rib Lean, Easy To Carve Canada Choice Canada Good Beef ,39 BACK BACON m THE I POTATO CHIPS 2 .89' WHITE TUNA.........2 WHITE FLOUR zx Bel Air Frozen Oranae, lemon. Grape 0 L GROUND COFFEE SINSTANT COFFEE BREAD rrr Edwards Agglomerated 10 oz. net wt. jar......ca. POLLY ANN ENRICHED White cr Brown sliced..........20 oz. net wt. tocrf -1.69 U for 39 FRUIT SALAD .39' PURE J" BATH. TISSUE -......6? FRESH TOMATOES CALIFORNIA CANADA No. 1 VINE-RIPENED LARGE SLICERS SUPER SAVER, FRESH ORANGES BROCCOLI Sunkist Valencia Size 56'j CALIFORNIA............Canada No. 1 10, r Prices effective in Lethbridge Sepf. 22-23. Wo reserve the right to limit quantifier SAFEWA CANADA 5 A r EWAY LIMITED ;