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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta --------------------------------Thurtday, April JO, 1971 THE lETHlBIDCl HERALD 21 Ann Landers DbAK ANN LANDERS: 1 am a boy 12 years old. My parents are very nice to other peoplc ,Jut ore lo each other I can't understand il. When we have com- pany llicy talk very refined to one another bill when nobody is around they arc absolutely gross. Don't they know children have cars? Row come llicy don't care what we think of them? I should think parents would consider their kids as more important than outsiders because they are supposed to leach us how to behave. When they don't act decent gel upset. Sometime when my dad yells I got frightened at what he might do. Most of (lie lighting goes on at the dinner (able. It gives me n stom- DEAR SliVh'.Vni GRADER: Yon can ask your parents if llicy read Ann Landers today. If they say no, tell them you hope they will because there's a message there for them. DEAR LANDERS: I would iikc to comment on the letter signed "Bittersweet1' the college girl who tgreed lo a live-in arrangement with a fellow 'no rings, no strings." She was broken hearted because she was sure the fellow would marry her alter a year of Ihe "trial but she was mistaken. I wish I could trade places with Bittersweet. My live-in guy married me because I made such a scene he wa's afraid I'd kill myself or him. The marriage was a disaster. After six months I was Slacl to hp rid of him. There's a moral here: No marriage is w-orlJi a damn unless people want it. Just Bitter DEAR JUST: Ycoh and even then it can be a disaster. Thanks for writing. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'd talk lo some o( the dudes about my problem but they'd Ihink I was bragging. I'm in need of help and f hope you won't think I'm putting you on. The problem: I'm a guy, 17 years old, senior in high school, and my sex life is killing me. I go with about 12 dif- ferent girls and it's beginning lo string me out. I'm like half dead. have no time or energy lefl for sports which I used to enjoy n lot. Lately I'm having a rough lime gelling out of bed in the morning. I eat right and take vitamins. There is nothing physically wrong v.ilh me. Don't suggest I drop a few chicks because I wouldn't know where lo begin. 1 used lo think this ivas a great routine but now- I'm disgusted with myself and I'm beat. Any advice you can give me will be listened to. My CabrxKo DKAK DRAG: Think of your duty lo history, Lolhario. You are burning yourself oui before your time and it just isn'l fair lo all the future dollies you haven't gotten around Dear 0. I think you've raised some interesting to yet. They will be denied your fabulous talents if you don't reduce the size of the harem. Subsidized tours for older people Funds have been grunted (o cover expenses of .senior citi- 7.cns wishing to visit Ottawa, according to the Society For The Study or Tlic Hcritajjc 01 Canada. The federal government is sponsoring this opportunity for 7110 older people as a pilot proj- ect for the development of travel programs for senior citi- zens. BINGO Scandinavian Hall 229 I2lh 51, "C" N. Fri., Apr. 21 Srarli al p.m. Doors Open p.m. 5 Cards for 1.00 4lh, 8lh end 12rh Gomel in 7 Numbers WORTH in 53 Numbers Donation lo Cancer Sorry No One Under 16 Years of Age Allowed The society, which has ar ranged many study tours lo students and teachers, will ac as host. The seven day visits lo 0 tawa will commence May 18 and run for [he following weeks, at a full cost of pe person or per couple. Tour members will take pai in a week of activity and fun Historical, political, cullun and social events will includ forums, parties, trips, and in formal presentations involvin prominent Canadians, Senior citizens who are C5 o over and in good health, have not visited Ottawa durin the last three years or had no previous opportunity t travel outside their horn provinces are eligible. Deadline dale for applica- tions is May 1, and further in- formation is available from Mrs. Dorothy Anderson, direc- tor of The Golilen Mile Sen- ior Citizens Centre, phone 327- 5333. lefts her story GETTING RIGHT TO THE POINT Karen Koin, who performs the part oF Jullel in Ihe National Ballet or Canada's production of Romeo and Julicl, gels righl to liie point during an inspection of iho Royal Regimenl of Canada, the Pioneers and Grenadiers, a I Fort York in Toronlo. Inspection was part of promotion for the open- ing oF the ballet in Toronto, {CP Wirephoto) or local kappeninati POISON POSIES It ii not in horror movrej lhai planK can kill nroptc. More common than you might think ore polonlinl killers. Weekend Magazine ihis Salurday brings you D. J. He I ford's complete wUh color pic lures, on dangerous planis could1 be in your garden, IN YOUR LETHBRtDGE HERAkD WEEKEND MAGAZINE Help1. having prob-. Inms, Many calendars, par- ticularly at HIR weekend, arc not arriving in lime (o be run on Ihc requested date. To avoid disappointment, xvc ask that all notices he mail- ed in time lo arrive al The Herald not later lhan noon on Ihc clay before the de- sired publication date, ex- cept for Monday calendars, which should in the preceding Friday. Golden Reflections, a fashion show for the ritizen, ill he presented at the Yates Memorial Centre on Sunday, May 7 at p.m. Tickets are available From Katons, Merle Vorinnn Cosmetics, Lelsler's, Stubb's, Golden Mile Centre, i'hriflway Druns and the Cana- dian Mental Health office in doom 101 oF Hie mivse.s' resi- dence, Municipal Hospital. The Loyal Order of Moose card and dart night be held on Friday al 8 p.m. at the Moose Hall. Moose members only. The women of the golf and country cluh will hold a tea on Friday, 9 at the country cluh. Tlic LA to FOE will hold its monthly officers' meeting on Thursday at 8 p.m. nl the home ol sister Rose Chomiak. The Wait Disney production of Almost Angels, will he shown at Immanuc] Christian School on Friday at 7 p.m. The 93 minute film is about the pranks involved wlulc training Ihe Vienna Boys Choir. Everyone is welcome. Coffee and donuts will be served. Admission will he charged. The Pensioners and Senior j Citizens Ladies Auxiliary, af- filiated the Provincial and National Pensioners and Sen- ior Citizens Organization will meet on Friday at 2 p.m. in Gym 2 of IhR civic centre. Tic- kets for the annual banquet on May 17 will he available as well as transportation tickets for the trip lo Fort Macleod. Bingo and lunch will follow. Ail members and friends are wel- come. CGIT leaders of the south- west area of southern Alberta will meet at McKillop United Church, I .cthbridgc on Satur- day April from 10 am. until 4 p.m. Speak IT will lie Mrs. T. M. Fowler ol Hdmonton. president of the Alberta CGIT Association. Music will be led by Mrs. T. Onufrechuk of Leth- iM'irlfic. Prospective lenders ns well as active lenders are wel- come lo attend the sessions. Parlicipanls are asked bring a sack lunch For Ihe noon meal. Coffee will be supplied by the Mcltillop lenders. Secret LONDON (CP) Cathlecn Ncsbil t the 82-year-old actress who played the lead in a Canadian lour of The Chalk Garden last fall, lias disclosed the secrets of her lutitf-aiio love affair with poet Ilupcrt Urooke. IJrooke, ivho died durinp the First World War soon sifter penning his famous sonnet The Soldier- "If I should die, think only this of first met Cathlcen in 1312 when he was 25 and she Tlicy met at a party in London and the young actress was "immensely taken" with his golden-haired Rood looks and "extremely blue eyes." Afterwards, she recalled, she became less aware of his whnl her was "his vitality mid his sense of tun ;md his fantastic enjoyment of life, and his habit of laughing at himself." For his part, Brooke described Calhleon as "incredibly, inordinately, immortally, calamitously, iKurtrmngly, ol 1 A friend who pub lishcd a memoir of the pod after his death said Cathlcen was the only woman he had truly loved. Miss Ncsbitt. who look over Hie lead in Toronto in The Chalk Garden owing lo the illness of the late Datnc Gladys Cooper, recently broadcast on BBC radio abmil her love affair with Brooke, which for years was veiled in secrecy. In Ihe recorded broadcast, later published in The Listener, she said she had wished ever since Uifit she had married the pool, "because it would have been wonderful to have had a sun of his." She squashed the lingering rumors llifit Jlrooke was a pai tly brought about because love-letters actually written to her 1 mafic in 1922 nnd now lives In the United Slalcs, said her re-alioushlp wllli Brooke was an idealized one. "I think the atmosphere of (lie lime was very diflerenl from now. I never actually went In bed with him. which a lol of people who read his letters wouldn't believe at all, bul had a kind of mcnt In the mere touch and look of each other "We went to spend a week-cud together orjcc, and we chose separate rooms. He catnc anJ sal (n my room most of Ihc night, I may say, but he never actually seduced me, which was the term then, ami I didn't really want it. I'd had quite enough excitement." are the ANSWERS for your NEWS QUIZ: PART 1: l-b( 2-c; 3. a; 4-c; i-b PART 11: 1-h; 2-e; 3-d; 4-a; 5-c PART III: 1-d; 2-c; 3-e; 4-c; 5-b PICTURE QUIZ: Cliailie after his death addressed lo a myslcrions and the secrecy caused Ihc impression lhal "X" must he a man. Irish-born Miss Nosbill, who married a Captain Cecil BINGO This Thursday Evening, April 20th Sponsored by ladiei' Aid el SI. Peler ond SI. Paul'i Church STARTS P.M. SHARP-PARISH HAIL CORNER nth STREET B AND 7lti AVENUE NORTH Jackpot Starts al and ii Won Every Thurldoy flh-7 No. Jackpot Pal o' Gold 25C PER CARD OR 5 FOR Sl.OO AISO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND A DOOR RUMMA SATURDAY, APRI d SI. Mary's Church SALE! t 22nd at 9 Mile Senior Citizens' Centre Xrxt week: j Monday: Keep Fit. Tuesday: SinRinp, a.m.. j cvibhagc, p.m. Thursday: S i 11 fi i n ff a.m. Friday: KntcrUiinmcnl. hmch and dance at 8 p.m. members and gucsls arc welcome. Coming Kvrnts: Tlic centre will be having an open house on Tlmvfday May 11, at p.m. for those mcm- hcrs of Ihc Alberta Council on Afling flllcmlintf llic conference at Ihe University of Lcthbridfic. May II and I2t'h. WIFRF SMAIU WOMEN SHOP 20% off Pant Dresses regularly 19.99 to 35.99 now 15.97 to 28.77 Spring pastels combine with light, lovely crimp fabrics (o produce a look so good it makes you a for all sensonsl Bonded orlon and novelty fabrics, sizes 7 to ]5 and 10 to 18. FLING SALE off Pant Suits regularly 16.99 to 29.99 13.57 to 23.97 Coat Clearance regularly 24.99 to 39.99 now 20.00 to 30.00 They're wild and wonderful bouncing bright print or solid tops and dean, sleek, white slacks. Flash your way around Ihis spring in easy-care polyester or Iwnded orlon, sizes 8 lo 20. We have an almost endless collection of the coats you'll need svhile the svcatlicr is springing around. They're warm MORE THAN 260 STORES COAST TO COAST TO SERVE YOU BETTER 506 4th AVE. S. PHONE 328-3653 OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY Till 9 P.M. COLLEGE MALL PHONE 378-7011 ;