Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
vn Ann Landers DEAR ANN What does a man really want in a What do they go You're the expert. Please tell me. I grew up thinking every man wants to feel he is in command that the woman who builds him up and makes him look good would surely be his choice. I worked overtime being ultra- feminine so he would feel super-masculine. But I figur- ed it wrong. Dead wrong. This morning the loudest-mouthed broad in the office showed up with a dia- mond the size of a tennis ball. 'Edward and I are going to be married in 1 DEAR ANN My husband is the woitd's worst pack rat. He has and bank statements that go back 15 years and refuses to throw them out. He's afraid the taxation office might call him one day and he wants to be How far back do the incomer- if i DEAR ANN I'm a hard working girl with an interesting job for an investment firm. I live in a luxury high rise and know very few neighbors. The woman next door is am attractive redhead but we'd LQ. of 145 And A Poor A noted publisher in Chicago reports there is a simple tech- nique for acquiring a powerful memory which can pay you real dividends in both business and social advancement and works like magic to give you added necessary self-confidence and greater popularity. According to this many people do not realize how much they could influence others simply by remembering accur- ately everything they or read. Whether in at social functions or even in cas- ual conversations with new ac- there are ways in which you can dominate each situation by your ability to re- member. To acquaint the readers of this paper with the easy-to-fol- low rules for developing skill in remembering anything you choose to the pub- lishers have printed full details of their self-training method in a new booklet. in which will be mailed free to anyone who requests it. No obligation. Send your and zip code Mem- ory 555 E. Lange Dept. 628-91 111. 600- 60. A postcard will do. Advt. she bellowed. her voice is like a drill She's domineer- never lets a guy finish a sentence and butts in on everybody. Her personality is thoroughly obnoxious. Yet SHE snagged a man and he's too while five girls in this office who have it over her like a tent can't get a nibble. I am really depressed. And so are sever- al other as you call them. How about an Green 'Around The Gills DEAR Never mind the ring. Write to me when you see the guy. tax people Please tell me so I can tell him. Noth- ing To Hide In Jacksonville DEAR A routine review seldom goes back more than three years. If they are checking for they may go back six years. So your husband can toss out everything before 1967. never said more than until two months ago when her husband was sent to Iran for an oil com- pany. I saw them say good- bye and I nearly wept A week after the farewell scene I was invited to a party. The host asked me if I knew of an interesting date for his friend. On an impulse I asked the redhead if she'd like an evening out. She re- a life saver. I'm dying of To make a long story the redhead and her blind date got along so well that he has been over there every night since. Am I to I feel guilty. Or would a married gal who plays around have found a playmate on her Absolve Gittel DEAR you're guilty. She might have found a playmate on her but the fact remains that you found THIS one for her. What's the matter with Don't you know any single 1973 Field Forthcoming C5 Marriage Mrs. Ruby Winters is pleas- ed to announce the forthcom- ing marriage of her daughter of Darlene May to Mr. Dale Patrick son 'of Mrs. Margaret all of Leth- bridge. The wedding will take place on August 18 at 4 p.m. in the First United Church. 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She plans to continue her education at the University of Lethbridge. Named Canadian Indian Princess was Clara a 20-year-old Shuswap In- dian from Williams with Betsy Beardy of Red as first runner-up.' Miss Anderson was given the name Blue S ky and received a a set of luggage and a trophy. She holds a diploma in business administration and is an accountant with a Williams Lake firm. Seven girls competed for the national title. TORONTO While food prices are soaring all around a tiny east-end store here is offering for the classes at prices for the It's called Usher's Other Place and it claims to offer about the beet deals in town on little-known brands of especially canned varieties. A 28-ounce can of pork and beans sold here recently for 25 cents while a brand name can sold for 45 cents at a su- permarket. Other items included spin- ach at 10 cents for a 14-ounce cream of mushroom soup at 10 cents for 10 cu- cumbers at two for 15 cents and creamed corn at 15 cents for a 19-ounce can. a Loblaws su- permarket special had a brand name creamed corn go- ing at 20 cents for a 10-ounce can. COSTS MAKE HER SICK couldn't afford to shop In the big said Marjorie picking up 24-ounce loaves of white bread at two for 33 cents. just go in get sick from the prices and walk out. A similar loaf of bread sells for 28 cents in major super- markets. which has a second store in west-end ia open only three days a Friday and Saturday. It uses little adver- depending mostly on word-of-mouth to get its name known. Dave president of Usher's said politicians must accept some of the blame lor rising food prices with their continuous debate on price controls. Talk of a 'freeze on prices only drives producers to raise their he said. Non-violent social change Coretta King's commitment See our selection of BACK TO SCHOOL SHOES Ga. Co- retta King says she would not accept the presidency of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference if it were offered. She said she is committed to he development of a centre jeing built here in memory of ler slain civil rights eader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The national board of direc- tors of SCLC is to meet to- day in to name a successor to Rev. Ralph David Abernathy. He an- nounced his resignation in July. There have been reports that Mrs. would be named jresidemt of which her lusband founded and which now Eaces declining fortunes and an uncertain future. There also have been reports that Abernathy might be per- suaded to remain as president. have no knowledge that I am being seriously considered lor the position of president of Mrs. King said in a weekend interview- would not accept this position if k were offered to primary responsibility is raising my four and a dominant factor n my life now is the Martin Lu- ther King Jr. Centre for Non- violent Social Change. I'm com- mitted to seeing this com- Mrs. King works from an of- fice in the basement of the modest red-brick home where she lived when her husband was dlled in 1966. Her oldest is a sophomore ait Smith The three younger Lu- and a private school in Atlanta. She said the centre is cerned with teaching people and PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. understanding all the non-vio- lent ways of finding solutions to problems in our This will entail seminars and conferences bringing together leaders in many fields from throughout the she said. The centre will comprise a WeeWhimsv John David will be sent the original art for his quoie Send your child's quotation to this paper project in downtown Atlanta and another in the western area near Atlanta University. The downtown project will include restoration of King's the nearby Ebenezer Baptist Church and a memorial where King's body is to be en- tombed. Total cost is expected to reach million during a' five-year period. I for the whole family SHOES DOWNTOWN ON SIXTH STREET FOOTNOTES by JOE They believe shoes from Green'f deservo the best of care. 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