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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THI IETHBRIDGK HERAID Monday, April Ann Landers DEAR ANN' LANDERS: Here's an admission of stu- pidity, defeat or whatever you want to call it. Please print it. I'll feel better if I get it off my chest. Ron and I both lived off- carapus. My pad was bigger than his so I let him move in with me. We decided it v.-ould be cheaper and more practical since lie was sleep :ng over a loi anyway and we usually ate together. Is7ei- ther of us felt we were ready for marriage. I always believ- ed sirls who insisted on a wedding ring were trying to tie a guy iro for security. I didn't want Ron to stay with me for any reason except be- cause he wanted to. Well, here's where it's at after sixteen months of doing his laundry, typ'ng his pap- ers, cooking, cleaning and watching him smoke dope, contemplate his navel and study eight religions East- ern and Western. He does no v.-ork around here (too spaced out) and we argue constant- ly. Last night he hassled me about pestering him when he DEAR ANN LANDERS: I live in a small town in South Dakota but we have a good high school jpaper. It carried a neat poem called "Try Something Different." The philosophy T.sde sense so I thought I'd put it to work. BINGO Mon., Apr. 16th JACKPOT NOS: "20 ALARM BINGO" Gold Card Pay Double Door Cards (Many other extras) Regular Cards 25c or 5 for 13th St. and 6th Ave. 'A' N. No children under 16 allowed wanted to read, so I lost my cool and told him to get out. He said some pretty rotten things to me before he left. Now I realize I made a big mistake. We had a truly beautiful relationship until ha moved in. It spoiled every- thing. So please tell those other so-called liberated fe- males that a chick's pad is a nice place for her guy to visit, but she shouldn't let him live there. P.S. Ron's main argument in favor of moving in with me was that living together before mar- riage prevents divorce. Any comment? DEAR REE: There k no evidence that living to- gether before marriage re- duces the possibility of di- vorce. As a matter of fact I'm receiving letters like yours in increasing num- bers, as time gees on. The girls usually feel they gave too much and received too little in return. Understand- ably, they are bitter and re- sentful. As for my personal opinion, do I favcr such ex- periments? No. I do not. Here's the beginning: "Pet a dog. Call up an old friend. Smile at a bus driver. Lower your voice.1' I made up my mind to pet the first dog I saw. It was a black Doberman (no He snapped at me and scared me half to death. It's a good thing I was wearing thick leather gloves. Then I called up an old friend. He didn't remember me. I felt like two cents wait- ing for change. That same day I smiled at the bus driver. He said, "No funny stuff. Just drop in the coin. Nobody rides free on jay bus." When I got home I decided to lower my voice like the poem said. My mother yelled, "You've caught a cold. I told you those mini-skirts would give you pneumonia." I think I'm a born loser. What do you think? And Love Dear P and L: Not neces- sarily. Some days are like that. Hang in there and pet a dog, call up an old friend, smile at a bus druver er uh Finalists in contest During the recent Canadian Cancer Society poster contest, these young south Albertans found thsmselves chosen from among many other children as competitors fcr the provincial contest. Shown left to right, are eight- year-old Danni Gallimore of Coaihurst, Grade 3, placing second; Laurel Honna of Shaughnessy, 10 years old. Grade 5, placing third; Dean Gallimore of Coaihurst, age 11, Grade 5, received first place; and Joanne Taniguchi of Lethbridge, age 12, Grade 6, placed fourth. Above-ground burial crypts NASHVILLE, Term. CAP) j In addition, he ssid, the cost People who like living in high- of labor "has made it pretty ex- rises may soon be able to spend i pensive to dig graves." etemity in them. Two years ago, Wocdlawn Mortuary Inc. began construc- FRANCHISE POSSIBLE Spivey asked if his com- pany had any plans for fran- saM. "It might be in our future plans, but right now we want to finish what we've started. We THE BETTER HALF tion in south Nashville of a chising high-rise mausoleums. high-rise mausoleum which the) "That's a long way he company says prorofees to write the tombstone's epitaph. At least two more are planned in Tennessee, one near here and one in Rnoxville. The first floor of Wodlawn's 20-storey mausoleum here will open early this summer with 2.- 183 crypts for above-ground i burial. The company says de- mand is so great it will begin j construction soon on a second one in suburban Henderscmville. At Knoxville, Memorial Es- tates and Investment Co. Ins announced plans to build its own high-rise mausoleum. "I don't think there is any question that this is the thing of the says John E. Spi- vey. a Woodlawn official. "For one thing, we are running out of land and need it to grow want to take it easy in the be- ginning." Eventually, Spivey said, the Nashville Mausoleum will have space for crypts. The Hendersonville one will be smaller. "The land for that many cem- etery lots would require -92 he said. "With the mau- including parking facil- ities, it will require 14 acres." By Barnes COMPLETELY REBUILT AUTOMATIC WASHERS DRYERS AS WELL AS SPIN WASHERS 90 DAY GUARANTEE Fairfield Appliance Services Ltd. 1244 3rd AVE. 5. PHONE 327-6884 We will also buy any RCA, Inglis or Whirlpool automatic washers or dryers in need of repair for rebuilding. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. "Remember, if you caii me at the office, my new secretary won't know who you mean unless you ask for'Pussy Phone McFarland Bldg. BINGO RAINBOW HALL 1401 5th Ave. N. TUESDAY, APRIL 17th at 8 p.m. First Jackpot in 53 Nos. 2nd Jackpot in 57 Nos. Free Cards-Cards and Games, 25c per Gard, 5 Cards 3 Free Games Door Prize No children Under 16 Years Sponsored by A.U.U.C. Association AVON For That Special Mother's Day Gift, Give Avon V2 PRICE SALE ON NOW (OFFER EXPIRES APRIL 21) Ask your Avon Lady or phone 328-7424 UKRAINIAN GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH BINGO, TUESDAY, APRIL 17th, 8 p.m. JACKPOT IN 51 NOS. (INCREASES WEEKLY) JACKPOT 7 NUMBERS OR LESS 5 CARDS 25c PER CARD No One Under 16 yrs- Details Announced ol Bingo Corner 13th St. end 7th Ave. N., Basement Doors Open al 7 Burial costs are smaller for bcslh crypt a2id grave burial, he said. At Woodlawn. Spivey said it costs about for the av- erage funeral. In each case, he said, all coffin and em- included. The cost of a crypt varies from to he said, v.ith the most bed- like device encased in costing S350 extra. A cemetery lei costs between and he said, with the cost of the coffin running from to in addition. Vaults are extra for below-ground bur- ial: no vault is required in the mausoleum. Food facts available BRANTFORD, Ont. (CP) The executive committee of the Ontario Dietetic Association has approved plans to expand its public information program on food and nutrition. The committee decided last to offer a question and asrwer food-facts column to Ontario newspapers asd to seek financial support to expand a dial-a-dietician service. Ann Diamond, president of the 600-member association, said: "We have been concerned about the state of public knowl- edge about food and nutrition and we wish to do something positive about it." She said several newspapers have indicated support for the food and nutrition column. The association has offered a telephone sendee in Toronto, London and Kingston for sev- eral years in which the public can call a central number and get facts about food nutrition. UNIT 34 BINGO A.N.A.F. EVERY TUESDAY-8 P.M. IN THE ClUBROOMS JACKPOT (GAME 141 In 55 Numbers fcr less) EXTRA WITH GREEN CARD _ NO WINNER DOUBLED WITH GREEN Increases and 1 Number Weekly Until Won 12 GAMES S.25 IN 7 NUMBERS OR IESS THEN DSOPS TO Till WON. Doer Card (woodgrain) coch Blue or Brown cards SOe each. Green key cord (this cord may be pur- chased if a player has a door card end et least 4 other blue or brown All BINGOS CAUED ON A GREEN CARD -MONEY IS DOUBIED TN REGULAR OR A COHNEtt MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONIY New VON Sister Anita Driscoll of Glace Bay, M.S., has been recently appointed to the staff of the Icthbridge Vic- or ion Order of Nurses. She entered the congregation of ihe Sisters of St. Morlha in 1961 end hos spent the lost )-.vo on the staff of St. Michael's Hospital as a general duty Sister Driscol] received her educa- lion at Xavifir CoPege, Sy- dney; St. Francis Xavler University in Anligonish and completed her work at the lethbridge Community College. was awarded her 5N1 certi''cale cfter crssfinly completing tr-e Ca-t-odion Nursing Examin- ations. Women's lib adds to role f confusion CHICAGO (AP) The women's liberation movement is contributing to psychological disturbances in adolexents, a psychiatry professor says. Dr. Derek Miller of the Uni- versity of Michigan acknowl- edged the value of some aspects of the movement but said it contributes to "role confus- ion." Dr. Miller spoke at the annual meeting of the American Col- lege of Physicians. "The role confusion that ex- ists in today's fathers com- plicates adolescent develop- ment." he said. "This vole con- fusion is reinforced when it is elevated to the status of a phi- losophy." The psychiatrist pointed out that many of today's parents were adolescents during the Second World War and lacked the presence of a father during their teen-age years. "This may msar. that the fathers nor the mothers cf today's young people may know how a father should behave to- ward an adolescent boy or girl. "As a result, children may see no real difference in the be- havior of their parents toward he said. This causes particular prob- lems in early adolescence when boys and girls are struggling to become independent of their mothers. Dr. Miller said. Dr. Miller also criticized day- care centres, which the women's liberation movement advocates to help free women of their duties as mothers so they can work. "No one discusses the fact that throughout the world the staff of these institutions are basically young and Dr. Miller said. He said the psychological growth of children who do riot have consistent care is warped. health care ca lendar o i ha 'ocai apper The regular msetlng for the Lethbridge Auxiliary to Shrine Hospitals for Crippled Children will be held Tuesday si p.m. at the home of Mrs. Ed Owen, 2814 6th Ave. S. All Shriners wives welcome. The Ladies of the Old Timers' Pemmican Club will hold a whist party Tuesday at p.m. in the club rooms, 9th St. and 5th Ave. S. The Staff Nurses' Associa- tion of the Lethbridge Munici- pal Hospital will meet Tuesday at p.m. in CJassroom 1 of the nurses' residence. A good attendance is requested. i Kappa Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, will hold a meeting Tuesday at p.m. at the home of Mrs. Cathy Langston. No. 402, 263 7 Ave. A S. Lucelle Thompson and Alvena Unick will be cohostesses and the program, painting the per- son, will be presented by Mrs. Langston. j EDMONTON (CP) A j home-care health program to handicapped is expected to start in Edmonton next month, Keith Wgss, the city's social ssrvicc superintendent said here. He said city council and the provincial health and social de- velopment department have ap- proved the program in princi- ple and he is looking for a pro- gram coordinator May 1. About has been bud- geted for the new program and the province will pay most of the cost, Mr. Wass said in an interview. The services will be deliver- ed by home (Home-Services Organization for Metropolitan Edmonton) and the Victorian Order of Nurses. In the initial stages, the pro- gram will include nursing and orderly visits, medical super- vision, physiotherapy, drugs equipment, home help, heavy cleaning and handyman. 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