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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, April 18, 1972 THE iHHBfilDGE HERAID 17 Ann Land ers A Calendar Of Local happenings HELPING HAND Mrs. louis Granotstein, a volunteer ot Montreal Moimonides home for Ihe aged, helps Mrs. Anna Herslienfield her meal during a province-wide strike by public service employees. runs DEAR ANN J.ANDEHS: Our dauRlitcr, who lives in n nearby city, is planning on a churcli wedding in lew months. Slie phoned lo loll me the news. During tlie conversation she I informeii me that she lias asked her fiance's father to escort her to the altar and give her in marriage. The reason she I stated is, "I feel close to him." Her own father is an invalid and unable lo attend the i wedding. This girl has a brother who is one year younger than she is. When I suggested that she ask him she said, i He's going to he an usher." I'm afraid her father will be hurt. What should I do if anything? Rock-ford Problem DEAR R.P.: Your daughter's selection is inappropriate, i Suggest that she discuss this with the clergyman who will perform the ceremony. He'll set her straight. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'd like to comment on the Idler from the Family Man Who Made the Switch. That built-in radar talk is a fairy tale. It's true you ran a queen if he follows the chartered dress code corporations in Canada, the United States and Europe. One recent acquisition for the 40-year-old businessman is the former Canadian Forces base in tins town, 35 miles northwest of Stratford. He purchased it for and plans El commercial and in- dustrial development on the Bite, ''iUoney doesn't mean aay- thim; lo lie said In nn In- tcrview. 'Tm not working for money. During tile war 1 knew people who gave away family jewels and all their possessions For a potato. Creating something is what satisfies me the money j tl s t happens to come from it." He works from about 6 a.m. to midnight. "I have no ulcers, or any- thing he said. ''I eat well, I drink well and vacation when- ever T feel I need it." "It's the people around me j who nervous, hut never HELP US TO HEIP OTHERS! Tho Salvat'on Army Welfare Services Needs Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CAU 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 1st AVE. S. WALL-TO-WALL and AREA RUGS 5 BRAND NAME CARPETS at ONE LOW, LOW PRICE Tip Shenr Nylon Shoe] Nylon Tweed Heavy Sculplurn O Kitchen Cnrpnl COMPUTEIY INSTALLED OVER HEAVY RUBBER CUSHION. ONLY SO. YD. 9 70% Discount nn Custom DropBry Mnferial Inlerior Decoraling Service Free estimates in Soul horn Alberto {No mileage charge within 100 miles of Lcthbridge) 0 No Payment Easy Monthly CONTRACTORS and HOUSE BUILDERS offer complete inslallalion of CorpDt, Linoleum, Tile and Drapery Located Jn Weilminitrr Shopping Mall 13th and 5lh Ave. North, lelhbridcjft Phono 328-8549 Out of Town Call Collect DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'm 21 and feel like W. The problem is I can't gel over a lost love. I don't wanl to be melodramatic about it but I honestly believe a broken heart can lie physical as well as emotional. I actually fee! a pain in my heart. No need to go into the details foul I can never gel him hack. 1 have passed up chances to date because I'm so blue I'd be lousy company. After work I come home and piny our favorite records. I read and re-read his notes. Ic-tter.s and poetry. I look at the photographs of us together. And T cry myself to sleep. How can a girl go on when her whole life has eoine apart at the seams? F need help. .....-Mood Indigo DEAR M: Get rid of al! those relics reminiscent of the past. If you don't want to destroy them, put them out of your reach. Force yourself to accept dates. Push afl thoughts of your lost love out of your mind. Easy? Of course net. but it's the only way you'll come out of your half-dead state and start to live again. Get going and good luck. DEAK ANN LANDERS: Psychologists say both boy.1; and girls in our society need a strong male image. I'd like to is a real man? Definitions differ sharply. Teeny- boppers think a man is any male who turns them on. It's the sex thing. Today tradition pegs Man at Ihe level of his physical prowess. The football hero, Ihe heavyweight champion. Tho muscle man. (Never mind that sometimes the muscles are in his It's tbe Body Beautiful that, counts. And he'd better be tall. The advertising industry has done its best to promote tbe manly image as a guy who wears this, drinks that, sports a certain brand of shorts, uses a special after-shave lotion and smokes the longest cigarette, I wish you, Ann Landers, would come up with a few guide-- lines to help the confused and tbe gullible. What, in your opinion, is a real Ears DEAR ALL; A real man can be five foot nothing and weigh 92 pounds if he's compassionate, responsive lo the needs of others, dependable, honorable, forthright, says what he means and means what he says, is gentle, loving, giving...... and forgiving has a sense of personal north and can enjoy success in others. I know what a real man is because I'm married to one. General Motors sponsors male-female iuLesration DETROIT (AP> Some of tlie women employees at ei nl Motors1 Rmck plnnl thought (tic company hnci car- ried equality unil male-female integration trto far recently they spotted a guard's un- iform cap in the ladies' room. The cap, it turned out, lic- tocigcd to a female watclmum. The incident underlined Hie new role being playcii by women in what traditionally have been male jobs al GM plants. A Buick spokesman .said Uial the plant's watchwoman does virtually the same work FIS the male watchmen, working (he same hours, including the nig lit shift. She also is adept FI( Ihe art of self-defence. MNDA PONECH -APPOINTMENT- Bonnydale Beauty Salon nl 14M 17 SI. South Is pleased to announce Ihnt Linda Ponech HAS BEEN APPOINTED MANAGERESS Linda is particularly well qualified in Shag Cuts nnd Long Koir To eelebralo her appointment linda ii offering A REGULAR PERM FOR ONLY linria extends n pcrsonnl invirotion to her many friends customers to drop in ond see her ol her new localion. Women at GM also have moved into the previously all male fields of oupineering am industrial administration greater numbers this year thai ever before1, TMIIKI: WEJU-; Although established 50 year? ago, General Motors mslitut had graduated only one up lo last year, when wore in the graduatioi class. This year. 27 young wnmei are enrolled as regular student; at the institute. Another is en i rolled in a special preparatory S program designed to upgrade r 'student's .skills in math and scf j once so she may enter the rcgu lar curriculum. Their number are exported to increase. GM docs not yet have dormi I lory space for Ilie women, bu next year il plans to mark of some dormitory space for il. co-eds. To become a student, eacl 3 woman must meet certain F i domic standards and ho spon .sored by a GM division. Thi student spends six weeks a .school and then six weeks in r plant of the sponsoring division GM spokesmen generally ac knowledge the company hasn' hired many, if any, women for top jobs iii the past because (here wcron'l many with dc groos in engineering and busi ness administration. By Barnes The monthly meeting of the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter. IODK. will be he-US at tlui home of Mrs. U. C. Miller, 1.1 SL. S. on Thursday at L' p.iu j Xi lota. Beta Sipma Plii, will i hold a model meeting ami msh ing party on Tuesday at fl: lj i p.m. al the home of Klon- j nor Ui Avf S- A good turnout is requested. rbnstian Science tiU't'Ung will lie held on Wednesday al p.m. in Die church auditorium, 1203 '1 S. Kvfrvont! welcome. Chinook Pensioners and Se Jtior Citizens Organization, filiiiU'd w i t h the Piovinciai rind Xaiional Pensioner's and Senior Organization, will on Wednesday at, in gym 2 of the Civic Sports Centre, Banquet plans Cor May J7 to he (n-kl at the Kl Hatidirj Mill he finalized, tick- ets will available to mem- bers, and tickets for the trip li Fort MacLeod will available Entertainment and lunch been arranged to follow incelmg, Transportation ha1- arranged as usual. All members are nbked to attend, now members and friends wel- come. "Did you order o Y.W.C.A. YOGA CLASSES INSTRUCTOR MISS DEANNE DEARING PLACE BOWMAN ART CENTRE 8 WKS BEGINNING APRIL i 8TH ner! Tuesdays 8-9 pm. 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