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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Afrit M, Wf UTHMHOCI Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Since are read and quoted by millions of people will you pleace aay something to the tkouauds of ignorant fools are wrecking meir ears? As an nine I can vouch for that old saying, "nothiac smaller than the elbow should go iato eats" but hardly any one listens. People matt to "cleaning" meir ean with cotton hairpins, keys, pencils, pew, wires, etc., As a result we get several calk a day from people who are suffering the tortures of the damned. The doctor gm> them a lecture and prescribes medication but they keep coming back time after time for the same old thing. Tbe most pathetic cases are Wants who are brought in for treatment. Cotton swabs not only pack the ear wax tighter and clog tie canal but carelessly used, they can scratch the fine Bniag of the canal and start infections. Infections can lead to chronic draining and a loss of fearing. PJew, tell your naden that the normal ear dews and does not require anyone digging in k. U, by ears do not secrete their own wu and debris, they atouM be cleaned by a doctor, not an amateur. You do a lot of good in this world, Ann. Do a UUle more and print this. Nurse DEAR NURSE: Here 'tis and 1 hope somebody listens. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Several months ago I decided on fee apur of tbe moment to have my fortune toW, The fortune teller was a woman who worked with a, deck of cards. TV very first thing she said was, "I see something very bad here. Your hatband is going to die young. He will not Kw to raise bis small children." I felt M if aomeone had hit me in the head with brick. She asked roe if I wanted to know more and I laid "No mat's enough." I staggered out of the tent and bad to sit down on a bench for ten minutes before I eooU go on home. Tit talked to several people about this and they all 'aay, "Forget But I'can't erase mat horrible experience from my mind. H haunts me night and day. When my husband complains of a slight headache 1 am he has the beginning of a brain tumor. H be has a Sttle stomach upset I'm certain he is baring a heart attack. H he B ten minutes bte for dinner I imagine he has been lulled in a car accident. Please give me some help. How can "I free myself from this prison of fear? -Abce DEAR ALICE: That "forhme teller" a erud ptece oC mischief. She must be a sadist, ae well as a charlatan. 1 suggest professional help. You need to talk out this obsession until you are free of it a Confidential to Mystery Unsolved: .What mystery? Your children are sett-centered, lazy and irresponsible because you (in your ;own words) "tried so hard to make life easy and pleasant for them." Kids need a challenge and a sense of adieranent. There is no pride and no satisfaction in having tk-rgs handed In you. What is French kissing? Is it wrong? Who should set Jbe necking limits the boy or tbe girl? Can a shotgun wedding aucceed? Read Aon Landers' booklet, "Tsen-Age Sex Tt: Ways To Cool It." Send 50 cents in coin with your request and a long, aetf-addneaed, stamped Forthcoming Marriage Mr. and Mrs. Ronald H. Wat- son of Raymond are pleased to announce the forthcoming mar- riage of their eldest daughter, Dinah Margaret, to Mr. Meryl Cook, SOB of Mr. and Mn. Free- man Cook of Cardatoo. The marriage will take place oo Saturday, June 6 at tbe Ray- mood 3rd Ward Church. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Man- ttcbya of Calgary, formerly at Letfabridce, are tlaand to n .1__- _ notr'oe me MUMMnang n of their daughter, Mar- gatec Jaeoba, to Mr. Fand El- don Pakner, we of Mr. and Mrs. Eton Pahner of Creston, B.C. The marriage win take place at p.m., May 18, it St. Giles Presbyterian Church, CaJ- gary. Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Chat- wood of Letfabridge marriage of their only ftough- ter Paddy Ann to Mr. Billie Wikeruk of Saskatoon, Sask. Tbe wedding win take place at First United Church on May 23 at 2 p.m. Mr. and Mn: Andrew Wuotik of Lethbridge are pteand to ao- nounce the foiujoommg mar- riage of. their son, Frederick Charles, to Yvonne Broil, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Brazil, of St. John's New- foundland. The wedding will take place in Calgary on May 38. Sakatch-tyudley Father Marion officiated at be wedding between Lois Dud- ley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Dudley of Magratb and Dennis Sakatcb, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Sakalch of- Gran- um, which took, place in St. Basil's Catholic Church, Lett- bridge. Soloist was Miss Linda Johnson. Marie Walker, cousin 'of the bride was bridesmaid. Best man was Mr.- Terry Sakatch, brother of the groom, and ushering the guests were the Messrs, Howard Dudley, 'brother of the bride and Allan Mclntosh, brother-in-law of tbe giouui. t? lla 0 l! o t ij IASTEDO FWMITWE I UfHOUTHINO 532 5th SI. S. MiMM 127-7711 A. wedding reception waf held at me Magrath United Church Hall with Mrs. Allan Macintosh, sister of tbe groom, and Mn. Karen Gdleri, sister of the bride attending tbe guest register. .Gift tables were ar- ranged by Mrs. Barbara lliver, sfeter-in-law of the xide, Mrs. Sharon Sakatch, sUter-m-fcw of tbe groom and tfrs. Eva Wright, cousin of the bride. Master of ceremonies was.Mr. Ardon Oimstead, uncle of the groom and grace was said by Mr. Richard O'Brian, cousin of the bride. A program was presented including the following: Linda and Tommy Carter, Jane Kadooaga, Mike Kosma, Frank TriscK, Ardon Obn steed and Janice Gurney. The happy couple win make their home hi Claresholm, Jesuit Breaks Vows To Marry AMSTERDAM (AP) A for- mer Jesuit who spearheaded a movement against celibacy among Dutch Roman Catholic priests has married a former Red Cross nurse who served in Vietnam. Huub Oosterbuis, 35, was given papal dispensation to marry Josefein Melief. They were .wed Saturday in a Catho- lic cetemuuy performed before 600 persons by Rev. Ton van der SUp, another priest win opposes the Catholic rule of cel- ibacy for priests. Since leaving the Jesuits, Oos- ttrhuw been nuking in the Amsterdam Student Con- gregation under the auspices of tbe bishop of Haarlem. n, Mrs. R. A. Laiog and Mrs. W. H. Stewart of OB Leth- bridge Lodge of the Order of tbe Royal Purple are co-con- vening a tea to be held h the Elk's Club on Wednesday, from 2 to 5 p.m. A bake table win be featured. Cheney-Peterson Wedding VOIFS were ex- changed at .me Welling LDS Church between Mary Ann Pe- terson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. EMon M. Peterson and Loren Cheney, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cheney of Stockton, California. Officiating at the wedding was Bishop Arvin WiHe of the Welling LDS Ward. Elaine Palmer, cousin of the bride, was organist. The bride wore a gown of ONCE A YEAR Phantom Sale ta Effect April 30td to May 9th new offering ovr rhontoni 20 Of m THWKDAT THl p.m. A1' PRIMROSE SHOP M St. S. Mi, 327-2944 raditional .white slipper satin, eaturmg an empire waist. A chapel length veil was brid in place with a flower arrange- ment. She carried a bouquet of white orchids, fashioned and brought from Hawaii. The maid of honor Miss torilyn Monk of Honolulu, Jawaii wore a full-length ye8ow sheer gown and carried a bou- quet of while orchids. The four irkfesmaids, sisters of the >ride, the Missee Margaret, Helen, Stosan and Ruth Peter- son, an wore' identical lime ?reen floor1 length crepe gowns. They each carried a bouquet of daisies. The best man was Mr. Henry Coopman of Santiago, Califor- nia, Mr. Richard Heringer Pe- terson, brother of the bride, was usher. A calling reception was heM later in the evening at the church. For her going away outfit the bride changed to a pastel green sheer figured dress with a white coat, complemented by an orchid corsage. The happy coupte will reside in Santiago, where the groom is serving with the U.S. Navy at tbe present time. Peaches li 2-J-W Pears Auttrat KM 3.85' Tomato Juice TINT SLIGHTLT To have realy taMe, tint one of your white linen tablecloths a delicate color to match or barmonm wife yoor chBM, libby't 4S-OI. tim 2 85 Margarine Alberta GoU 3.69 Pop Cett AawrM 4 14-01, tint Kernel Corn 12-ot. for Magnetic Brooms nfCfVVI 88C TTolue'Village FROZEN FOODS Lemonade Swfcht, Knk French Fries hum, 2-fc. s.r CnokiM Coconut, Choc. Chip 1-lb. plcg. WW Alymcr; Mushroom, Chkktn Noodk, Craom Chicken..............IC-oi. tin Sun Orange Cot, r Aafh Col..................4S-oi. tin Wiemn and Stew, Spaghetti ft Meat Beta, 34-oi. tin Soup Juke Burns Dinners Corn m59< Liquid Detergent Paper Towels Facial Tissue 4.1100 Bathroom alue'Village PRODUCE Strawberries California Cantaloupe Tomatoes Spartan. New Potatoes 3 1-00 3 ].00 10 1.00 Chuck Roasts Family Roast Pot Roosts Stew Beef Beef Short Ribs Coffee Inttcml (or Peanut Butter ShamrackSide Banana Cream Pies (Frtth Whipping Cream) ....._ each J doitn Chocolate Fudge 65C Coffee Buns................................- Squlml 32-ox. (or Olives Club HOUM 12-01. jar 69 Coffee Mate IS-oi. jar 1" Beans HI Tonvoio SOIKA rkini, 14-ox. 4.89' Potato Chips Golden Tap Tri-Pok Dog Food Perky li-oi. rim 8 95 Toothpaste 89 ;