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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta The casual look Fifteen'-month-old Jesse Dallin is so engrossed In the music of a he doesn't notice his diaper has fal- len. He and his mother were among the thousands who attended the Caribana festival on Toronto's Centre Island this week. Ann Landers DEAR ANN This is no earth-shaking prob- lem but its been bothering me for a long time. Is it in good taste to sign a letter if you are not ter- ribly close or related to a When I was at the end of a letter really meant t remem- ber the first time I received a letter with that I floated three feet off the ground for two days. Today we get cards and let- DEAR ANN My husband is a career mili- tary officer. He loves his work and I enjoy the but part of his responsibilities include social ac- tivities with his commanding offices' and his family. Their five-year-old son is driving me bonkers. The last time they were at our home I caught the child trying to pry the tiles off our basement ceiling. was sitting on an open That boy has so mistreated our dog that she snaps at children and we must keep her muzzled when our young- ster's friends come over. After the tile I scolded the child and told him he must behave himself in our home. He became an- DEAR ANN After all these weeks I am still bothered by the letter from the mother who was mad at the store manager be- cause he laid the law down to her little well mean- ing who stole the 39 cent pen. I am now 14 and will never forget a similar incident. When I was only five I was in a shopping centre with Mom. I wanted some gum. She I don't have the So when she wasn't looking I took a pack- age. I sneaked a piece into my mouth when we reached the car and she smelted it. I was dragged right back to the store. Mom gave me the DEAR ANN I work for a company that has its own cafeteria. Yester- day the woman behind me in line was busily engaged in conversation with the man be- hind her. She was smoking a cigarette and accidentally burned a large hole in my new sweater. She was un- aware of it until I started to btat out the sparks Her con- cern was genuine. She kept me. I'm tens love or just from casual friends. It makes me a little uneasy. Yours Truly DEAR or just does not mean am in love with It is a warmer and more intimate close than or Truly. If it makes you it indicates that you have erect- ed a barrier between yourself and others and you don't want it penetrated. stomped on a boy radio that belonged to our daugh- ter and broke it to pieces. His parents didn't say one word to him. One cannot tell a mother her child is not welcome and to please leave him home. But he wears me out running after him. mother just Any Be- side Myself In Rapid City DEAR Perhaps the child is hyperkinetic. There are tests to determine wheth- er or not he is and drugs to control it. Needless to life be- comes vastly improved not only for the child but his mother when the hyperkinetic child is on medication. I hope you will have the courage to suggested The CO's wife might be eternally grateful. money to give to the cashier a loan and made me apologize. I have never taken one sin- gle tiling that didn't belong to me since that day and I'm sure I never will. The look on my mother's face and the hu- miliation I suffered when I had to apologize to the cash- ier will be with me for the rest of my days. Glad It Happened DEAJl So am I. It's too bad it doesn't happen more often. Mothers who de- fend their kids against teach- friends and store managers often end up trying to defend them against the police. did she utter about replacing the sweater or having it re- paired. After work I took the swea- ter to a place that does weav- ing. It will cost to have the sweater repaired. Should I send her a bill in the or Not Fireproof DEAR Why in the Tell eyeball to that you just learned it will cost to repair the sweater and you're sure she Thank You Lethbridge and Southern Alberta Residents Due to the overwhelming success of our recent GRAND OPE our store was cleaned out of some sale items. We regret the inconvenience this may have and we thank you f or your tremendous VALUE VILLAGE YOUR Peaches Apricots Pears 2 95' Mre. oz. tins for of 24 tint 10.99 PLUMS Mrs. Milne's 19 oz. tins 2.69 COM of 24 lint Orange Sections I 7.89 0 20 aaorted 10e Taste Right 10 oz. tins for COM of 24 tint............................................... MARSHMAU CHOCOLAH BARS f ORANGE JUICE Sunrype Unsweetened 48 ox........ GRAPEFRUIT JUICE Sunrype Unsweetened 48 oz. SUNRTPE JUICE Orongecott or Applecott 48 oz. 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