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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta y. April 15, '.97J TH[ X3 Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I em IS and girl. My problem la my dad. Toiilglil my brother and 1 were arguing. (He is I guess we yelled louder llian usual and woke up dncl. lie was very imnoyed and whipped us bolli wilh a leather belt. I hate it when he uses (lie strap or us so I said something about being glad I could leave home in Iwo hippie and the (rouble is yon look [ike one. On Salurday you get a haircut." Ann, I liave been growing my hair for over two years. U is just llic length I like snd all my rriemlji tell me It looks great. I keep it neat and clean. 1 am good, Christian 1 don't use cuss words, smoke, drilik or mess with drugs. Please help me. Chick In Indiana DEAR ANN: This P.S. is Irom Chick's Mother. I read her letter because she asked me to mail it. Everything she said Is true. Slie forgot to mention, however, that her Inlhcr had only one hour's sleep when they broke the lamp and woke him up. Thank you. DEAR CHICK: A 10-year-old girl who lakes good care of her hair should he allowed to wear it long if she wants to. More distressing to me than (lie hair problem is the fact that your dad is hitting you and your brother wilh a leather belt. This should slop at once A parent who hils children nearly grown, admits that he himself is out o! control. (Why didn't you mention the This paragraph is for your mother, the letter carrier: How come you arc snooping into your daughter's correspondence? She asked you lo mail the letter, not read it. Parents who want their childrcns' respect must earn it. DEAR ANN LANDEHS: Please, please, please tell the people in your reading audience once again. H you drink don't take pills. If you take pills don't drink. A friend of mine is being buried tomorrow because she mixed Ihc two It was a case of "accidental suicide." This lovely woman was no heavy drinker and not one lo over-medicate. Her health was good hut she was slightly de- pressed because of some trouble she was having wilh her teen-age son. The doctor had prescribed sleeping tablets to help her through the crisis. There were only five tablets miss- ing from the bottle, certainly not enough lo kill a person. But the physician who took care ol her said the three or four drinks she bad taken after dinner created a lethal chemical mixture. The family Is inconsolable. As a friend I am heartsick. The only thing I can think to do is write to you and ask that you print my Idler as a warning to others. Thanks, Ann. Sorrow DEAR FRIEND: Here's your letter with an added word nf caution. After a night of heavy drinking, don't take pills to "get going" in the mornuig. This, too, could create that lethaj chemical combination. Thank you for writing. Dnigs. How much Is too much? Is pol O.K. Is loo much? If you're on done or considering it, get Ann Landers' new booklet "Straight Dope On Drugs." For each booklet or- dered send a dollar bill plus n long, self-addressed, stamped envelope, (16 cents postage) to Ann Landers, Bos 33JS, Chi- cago, Illinois 60G54. -A. E. Cross, Pholo ENGAGED IN JANUARY Miss Rulh Lee Annable, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Annable, and Mr. Henry Moor, son of and Mrs. Henry Moor of High River, will be married on June 2 at 4 p.m. in McKillop United Church. Rev. Slanislav will officiate. f I f I -aifindai- of- iocal li The s Associiilmn of ;lic University of will hold a niueliny on Tue.sclny ;i1 1! p.m. in I lie flic- ully lounge nf Community Colic ye Panel dis- cussions will bo on, changes in education. iai (Jiiy ;il 1 p in in (lie nr lliu n u i s e s' Mis. Kaluii, from llic Department nf IliiL'inaloJo.fy will lie fcaturM speaker. A aUi'iulijnrc i- Ladies' Auxiliary to I H n 1 Army. Navy and Air Inivn Anne Campbell Singm ill Veterans Unit No. 55 will holH liold Ihcir Spring Sing on Sun- "the monthly meeting day a< :i and K p.m. in Hie on Monday at H p.m n HIR Yatcs Memorial Centre Toon club rooms. Members am ask- Clefs nnd the Soulhminster Ju- j crl to turn in raffle tickets, nior Girls Choir will also lake part. Ciucsl artist, Porrv Fos- i or will play the cello. 1 1 Ing ol ThR Carse-ICvcM'Kon section of St. Augustine's is r p o n- sonng a Jolly Come-Up in the Parish Hall on Tuesday april the Women's Auxiliary lo (he Lelh b r i d g e Auxiliary Hospital will bo held on Mon- day al 2 p.m. A full aUcndaiirB is requested ns plans will made or lhe annual Sunshine -A. E. Cross, Pholo SUMMER WEDDING PLANNED Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hardy are pleased to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of liicir dough tor, Mary Edilh to Mr. William J. S. Kerr, son of Mr. and John S. Kerr, oil of Lfi I h bridge. The will lake place on August 19 in Firsl United Church. 18 lo B p.m. Fun, prizes and Bag jea to be held on rc-freshrnetHs. All women nf the 20. parish welcome SI. Michael's Hospital Ladle.'.' iv at H p.m in lhe nuraC'-' ,i t-sidciue. Featured spankc.'S at p.m. please iiole wju M I. A good attendance The I.ionelte Dinner nu'clini; will lip held oti Tuesday nt Kvcn Ericksen's Family i of ectiny place. The I.elhbridgc Handicraft Guild will hold ils April meet- ing on Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the Bowman Ait Centre. requested. CASH BINGO TONIGHT, O'CLOCK HUNGARIAN OLD TIMERS HALL A {TOO Blackout Bingo played for till won every Salurday plui Jackpotl JACKPOTS NOW AND S Cards for or 25c each (Lotnrcd Next