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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Now that you've put the in their place by printing Eight Ways to Break Up A Son Or Daughter's Marriage, will you please give equal time la the other side? I have prepared a unfit list of rules whkfa might help preserve the unity and health at parents with married chiidern. (1) Settle your own Don't drag m Into yow family fights and ask us to take sides. (2) Buy what you tan afford. When you made tbe deci- awn to marry, you announced to the world that you old enough to stand on your own two .feet. Prove it. (3) Don't assume we are willing to Bt with your ebUdrem or have them dumped on ut at your convenience. When want them for the day or the right we'll let you know. We raised ours. Please raise yours. (4) Don't assume that because JOB named Marcia or John that we enjoy the company at. his or her parents. On certain occasions both in-laws' should be present, but don't foist them on us. (5) Don't take H for granted that you can borrow our car, our boat, our lawn mower, our akerware, and table liaen for your parties, etc. Ask first. And be courteous enough to return our property in the same oooditioa in which you received ft for example, gaa k the tank of the car, tablecloth dean and ironed, etc. Respectfully yours and DEAR M AND D: Your suggestions are excellent and I'm sure they'll be the topic of many dinner table discussion _ by both generations! Thanks for writing. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Tefl Mrs. Pink Ribbons io her ovaries alone. The theory that the left ovary produces girls and the right ovary produces' boys is ridfcukws. My right was removed by necessity after one year of marriage. I have since given birth to two sons and two daughters with only one ovary the left one. Proof DEAR LIVING: I told Pinky that the theory was a lot of eyewash but readers hare a tendency to listen to other readers rather than-to me. Thanh for the documentations. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Whenever I bear about children who are opposed to a parent remarrying late in life 1 boU. the best argument in favor of a second marriage is my owe grandfather. Grandma died at-72. We aH thought Cramp would die of a broken heart. Be was so lowly for the next year.it was pitiful; Gramps' life changed when he started to keep company with a lovely widow. They have been married three years now and are wonderful together. Next month they leave oe a cruise. You'd think they were in then- A twilight- year second marriage can mem new fife. Our family is all for it. in Lubbock. DEAR LUB: Hooray for Gramps! How nice to know that he is enjoying "the last of hie far which the first was made." DEAR ANN LANDERS: H's a good thing for me there's an Jam.. Landers. ;My parents spoiled me rotten. They let me'do anything and everyltafr They let me go anyplace wife anybody. Any kid who-ttsoks a lite like ttat is fun beruy.-1 practically raised myself. The only advice or friieunes I ever got were from yon. You wrote something a while back Hat I 'consider a masterpiece. Please repeat It bvesw now parents missed I it oat'and here it Pmnfe do their kids no favor when they let Mr child- ren run wild. Children need to ham limits set It gives them a feeling of security. I feel sorry for youngsters who can do as they ptease. They feel, deep down, that nobody loves them enough to insist they behave. Discipline is a special kmd of love, Eds need it ad bey want it, -Thanks For Everything. DEAR T.F.E.: You've made my day. Thinks hr writing. (Calendar JLoca The Pensioners and Senior Citizen! Ladies Auxiliary, affil- iated with the Provincial and National Pensioners and Senior Citizens Organization win meet Friday at 2 p.m. in the Civic Spcrte Centre. Members are re- minded to bring their donations for the grocery hamper, to.tbM meeting and donation of home baking are to be brought to the Crrie Centre on Sabs-day. Final amngetiKtiU for the Straw- berry Tea win be made at this meeting so aO members are orged to attend. Following UK business meeting, bingo and will be held. Everyone welcome. The executive meeting of the First United Church Women win be held in the lower haH on Thursday, at p.m. Mem- bers are asked to pVease change of time. The Dr. F. H. Mewburn OBE Chapter lODE'will hold a rum mage sale Saturday at a.m. in gym 2, Civic Sports Centre, A rummage sale by the Auxiliary to the Royal Canadian Legion will be held OB April II to the Memorial HaU of the. Legion a.m. Rummage may be picked ap by calling Blanche Stewart at J27-4413 or Mary Haaland it 327-8270. Room To Trap Dirt Before the spring thaw seta hi, try a "mudroom" to tra dirt before it gets Into the house. Ideally, it should have sink with hot and cold water, place to bang Jackets and stor boots, counter space next to tb sink for putting flowers Vegetables as they're cteinc a wafer closet and a shower frograa for the afternoon wffl te Toe Cborch at Work io ida. Anyone interested is welcome to attend. The Ladies Auxiliary ANAF No. 58, wiU bold its executive meeting Thursday at p.m. Serving Lethbr'tdge For Over 42 Years! Alberta Gold Products MARGARINE 69" MILK POWDER DRINKS tm CHEESE SLICES BREAD MIX or MATCH mains CORN GREEN BEANS 6ion WAX BEANS Grt" Giart lint 14-01. HIM Hm 4199' FROZEN FOOD A1BRTA GO1D MEAT PIES 4.93' ICECREAM 69" 3 pt. assorted Apple Sauce 99c Apple Juke We- Cotl Pop Chips Pineapple Jwce 5 Pickles 3 Ahmier. Tom. or VH. Mtjp Coke Mix 99c Bathroom fissve 10-ez. tint 8 99e 8 99c Meats Ph. 327-5295 Mrs. Kundrik Elected To Church Post Diving the of St. and St. Pad's U- 3KB Aid, mt loDOWHlj WCTC darted to take office for the ing t0no: Mrs, Join KVB- praldent; Mrs. Peter George, rice utuUeui; Mrs, Nick Zuhacfc, second rice-prei- ideot; Mrs. Rose CMhk, sec- retary; Mrs. Albert Gifl, treae- irer; Mrs. Paid CKrka, assis- tant treasmr; Mrs. WilUam Boychok, Mstorian; Mrs. Nick Maksreoko and Mrs. William Boychuk, sickness and TWting; Mrs. Agnes Makarenko and Mrs. Frank Peta, does; Mrs. Juliue Peta, special committee; Mrs. George Nicolson and Mrs. George Mihahk, entertainment BEGIN EARIT ocvciop in early childhood can be straigM- ened and good vision restored in both eyes if treatment is begun Roof RUMP' CROSS' 7QC DCCI STANDING RIB.....Ib. f 9 Leg of Baby Beef Pork Sausage Bulk Wieners 2.99' alueVillage PRODUCE GRAPEFRUIT CANTALOUPE Cauliflower SIT 2 TEXAS RED TOP FLAVOR Spownfvlcf -j ,c 10.99' JO Chocolate Fudge Layer Cake Apple Turnovers 6- Boston Cream Pies 48" A Group of Friendly Stores Who VALUE Your Patronage! 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