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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Lanaers DEAR. ANN LANDERS: The letter from Teen-Ager burned me up. So he has some advice for parents, does he? Well, why didn't you tell that punk to simmer down? So what if his mother plays bridge? Isn't she entitled? Didn't she work bard enough to bring her kids up? K she's like most mothers, you can be sure she did. Now that Mom is older and In a position to enjoy Me, why shouldn't she? How much time does she have left? And what if she is a little heavy? I'd have caught it right in DEAR ANN LANDERS: You've said repeatedly in your column that you do not recommend lonely hearts clubs, "scientific" mate- matching outfits, computer dating, and so on. But really, Ann, don't you think it would be wonderul if you could help some of those lonely people in your reading audi- ence by getting them togeth- er through your column? You've had enough experi- ence to know who is on the level You seem to have a special knack for spotting the phony letters. I'll bet you DEAR ANN LANDERS: My husband says I should mind my own business. I will If you tefl me to, but I'll bet you'll encourage me to go ahead. Here's the story. A lovely couple moved next door a months ago. They came from a metropolitan city in a foreign country comparable to Minneapolis or Detroit. Their children are bright, beauti- fully mannered and I only hope our own children are as fine when they are teen- DEAR ANN LANDERS: I have a few words for those crackpots who write to you and say their husbands are this and that and they've stopped sleeping with them for one reason or another. Don't these dummies realize that if the man is interested in sex and his wife isn't, he's going to get it someplace else? What's more, he feels- justified in cheating because be tells himself he tried at home first. I work the night shift in a plant and this place is loaded with men who are being lock- ed out by their wives. Of course the single girls and the divorcees (and some of the married ones) have a ball. They have things work- ed out so well you'd flip if I told you the details. I am about 15 years older than most of the women here the mouth if I suggested to my mother that she go pick up litter in the park to lose weight. The kid sounds like a lazy good-for-nothing. He's old enough to remove storm win- dows, rake leaves, shovel snow, clean up the basement and keep his trap shut. New England Mother Thanks for a feisty reply. And now you teens who think your parents should be doing more work and ex- pecting less from you take that, and that, and that. could pick out the honest, de- cent people the same way. It would be just beautiful if you would run a date bureau, matching men and women up according to age, religion and interests. Please consider it, Ann. Think of all the Jives you could change. One Who Needs A Sweetie DEAR ONE: I could change lives all right es- pecially my own. Thanks, but no thanks. I am not about to start playing matchmaker for my readers. It's a danger- ous undertaking and I want no part of it. agers. But two of the three need to have their teeth straightened. The protruding teeth actually spoil their looks. Should I say something at the risk of offending them? S.O.S. DEAR S.O.S.: Tactfully sug- gest an orthodontist in such a way that you Just assumed they would appreciate the guidance. It's worth taking the risk of offending the par- ents if you can help the kids. and they tell me everything. Just today three young women told me about the wives of the men they've been seeing. This one won't cook a meal, that one has gained 30 pounds and walks around in a ratty bathrobe all day and another one has had a headache or a backache for six months. So tell those ding-a-lings to wake up, Ann. They've made their own trouble. Mama Leonie DEAR MAMA: I'm sure some women do indeed pro- vide their husbands with legi- timate excuses to cheat, but you can bet your bridgework that most of those swingers have all the qualities of a dog except loyalty. There's something fourth-rate about a man who runs his wife down to another woman, es- pecially as part of his pitch. Tell 'em I said so, honey. -Tuesday, April 3, 1973 THE IETKBRIDGE HERALD IS Honeymoon is time to get used to greater commitment By PENNY SCHWARTZ New York Times Service NEW YORK At a time when a growing number of young people live together be- fore marriage, the honeymoon might seem irrelevant. But it isn't, according to those who take it and those who study it. Couples who have lived to- gether by arrangement as well as those who enter formal mar- riage inexperienced agree that the need for something as for- malized as a honeymoon re- ca ar AFTERNOON BINGO MOOSE HAIL 1234 3 Ave. No. JACKPOT WON EVERY WEEK SPONSORED BY THE WOMEN OF THE MOOSE No Children Under 16 Allowed Everybody Welcome lETHBRIDGE FISH DI M WEDNESDAY 4GAMEASSOC. BINGO pS IN THE EAGLES HALL 13th St. N. JACKPOT IN 57 NUMBERS FREE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS (4th, 8th and IN 7 NUMBERS NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 MAKE IT WITH A COURSE An Interesting fob a worthwhile income, a of security end wcil befog; consider these for yourself as o moWer of course a training course. Enrollment dates coming wp fost; the time to oct. But more good news! If you've been on Afberto resident for the post 12 months or end ore now presently unemployed, you may qua- lify to tolte course of this privets institution FREE, under the Provincial Government Deportment of Advanced Educa- Priority Employment Program P.E.P. CLERK-TYPIST COURSE 12-WEEK DURATION COMMENCES AHWt 9, 1973 Register now. Contact Mr. Arrtwr J. Pleww, C.C.T., Principal Htwwn 327-3968 HENDERSON COLLEGE OF BUSINESS LIMITED 202 Weotworth Budding IfTHMtrOOE lend Iff of local A public Christian Science meeting will be held Wednes- day at p.m. in the church auditorium, 1203 4th Ave. S. The Alberta Association of Registered Nurses will meet Wednesday, April 11, at 8 p.m. at the Haig Clinic, 601 6th Ave. S. Important reports on AARN will be heard. Those wishing to share in the allotted convention funds are asked to contact Iris Mossey prior to the meeting date. The beginners' square dance group will dance Wednesday at p.m. at the Central School in Taber. Women are asked to please bring a box lunch. This is being held in conjunction with the recreation depart- ment. The Lethbridge Chapter Cer- tified Nursing Aides will meet tonight at in the aux- iliary hospital lounge. Friendship Lodge will hold a meeting Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the IOOF hall. Special lunch will be served. The Ladies Auxiliary to the Lethbridge Fire Fighters will hold a meeting Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Donna Rowntree. St. Basil's Home and School Association will hold a ham and turkey bingo Wednesday at 8 p.m. in St. Basil's school au- ditorium. All parents and friends welcome. The Ladies Aid of St. Peter and St. Paul's Greek Catholic Church will meet tonight at 8 in the parish hall. Hostess- es will be Mrs. Peter George and Mrs. Stella Ferenz. The Lethbridge Minor Hock- ey Ladies Auxiliary will hold a bake sale Thursday, April 19, from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. at Cen- tre Village Mall. All minor hockey mothers are asked to contribute if possible. Registration closes Saturday for the one-day sexuality edu- cation seminar to be field Sat- urday, April 14 at the YWCA, 604 8th St. S. Further informa- tion is available at the Birth Control and Information Cen- tre, phone 328-0196. The Lethbridge Branch of the Alberta Home Economics Association will hold a meeting tonight at 8 at the home of Miss Elizabeth Bartman, 233? Scenic Drive. Mr. William Helton will speak on urban re- newal and the west Lethbridge development UteelVhimsv fin Jusf pee} tipr PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS lETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. mains. Only now they define it as a vacation, a chance to get away alone together and, "for some, a chance to relax after months of wedding prepara- tions. Margaret Mead, the anthro- pologist, views the honeymoon as "a changing institution" that differs greatly from what it was 25 years ago, but said she feels it is needed "either way" for the legally married coup- le or for the couple who first live in a countermarriage ar- rangement. "We need it as a time to get used to greater she explained. "The standard Dr. Mead said, "used to be that, after the wedding party and the throwing of the bouquet, there'd be the throw- ing of rice and the bride and groom would go off for a honey- moon. It was supposed to be the seclusion of the newly-mar- ried couple until they got over the embarrassment of being married. "Today, we think of the hon- eymoon as a trip, a kind of thing you're entitled to, like a wedding present, but it doesn't have to occur right after the wedding." Many couples agree. One couple, a doctor and a nurse who had lived together for eight months before their big wedding, said their honeymoon three weeks in Europe was an important part of their plans. "Traditionally, I guess, a honeymoon is supposed to be the first time there's sexual THE BETTER HALF By Barnes knowledge of each other, with constant the wife said. "But for a couple who have lived together, it's differ- ent. There's more communica- tion. You're friends, not strang- ers." The former nurse added that she imagined honeymoons could be difficult for couples who hadn't lived together. "All of a sudden you're with someone she said. "You've gone trom a dating re- lationship to constant exposure to each other." Another couple who had sprat much time together prior to their marriage, also looked fav- orably on the honeymoon con- cept. After a wedding with 300 guests and much planning, "We needed a chance to get away, to relax and do the wife said. "It isn't good to get maiTied on a Sunday and go back to work the next day. You should give yourself a chance to feel as if you've changed.'' To the New Jersey bride, "the honeymoon was more im- portant than a big wedding." She said that she and her hus- band hadn't lived or slept to- gether before their wedding and said ste considered the honey- moon as "an important part o starting out together in a re- laxed and positive way." "Even though we hadn't slep together she saic in disputing those who hac other views, "We didn't consid- er ourselves strangers. You know each other pretty well a the culmination of months o dating and planning the wed- ding." Besides, added her husband, "The emphasis on sex depends on the couple; the important thing is being able to get away alone together." Spring is here! SANDAL TIME We have a large selection of MEN'S WOMENS' CHILDREN'S SANDALS "Can't yoO just let me write M will never speed again' one thousand times and let me GREEN'S SHOES DOWNTOWN ON SIXTH STREET FOOTNOTES by JOE think Ifs about time you took your eyes off those shoes you got from JOE GREEN'S. Open Thursday till 9 p.m. If you're in the market for a car loan, get it from the Royal Bank... WHO ROSE COUNTRY and we'll pay toward your plates! It's very simple. We have in crisp new bills to put in your hand the moment we put through a Termplan Personal Loan for you, for or more of new money, before June 29th. No catches, no strings. No change in our interest rate. Plus: life-insurance at no extra cost. You don't have to be a Royal Bank customer. It's a good good that you may wonder what's in h for us. WeH, persona! lending is a very important part of our business. We know that there are many people in the market for money this spring, and we want to increase our share of the business. So, we're offering you the best incentive we know thing we know We haven't changed our interest rates, and there are no hidden charges. We hope to make the money back from the increase in volume. And you, the borrower, can reap the benefit now, with the assurance that the Royal Bank will never knowingly let you get in over your head. It doesn't matter whether you bank with us or not, and the only account you'll need to open is a chequing account for the loan repayments. This offer applies to anybody who can qualify for a Iban. Just talk to your local Royal Bank manager before June 29. be in a better position to make the best deal if you know you've got the money. So arrange your loan before you shop for the car. Or, if you need a loan for something else, we'll still give you cash. Something else we can give 40 page book called "Your Money with lots of sound advice on managing your finances. It's just one of the many helpful services you'll find at your Royal Bank branch. Do something nice for yourself at the ROYAL BAN K ;