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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THi LITHMIDOf HERALD 21 Ann Landers DEAR ANN I'm so mortified I can't show my face. Last night was our 15th wedding anni- versary. We had fifteen cou- ples in for dinner. My hus- band got so cockeyed drunk that when the guests began to leave he walked into the front put on his coat and hat and started to walk out the front door with his mother and dad. I asked him where he was going. He I you ARE He good. This is no night to go Everyone roared. I wanted to sink through the floor. My husband is not much of a drinker. In this is the DEAR ANN This when I turned the pockets of my husband's work pants inside out before putting them into the wash- ing I found a bank deposit slip. It was from a local bank on the other side of town. The account is under his nickname. The amount of the deposit was only but it disturbed me that he would have a secret account. I am mystified and hurt. We've been married two years and I always thought we had very good communi- cation. We both work and DEAR ANN after a would a fellow had a groovy time. You're terrific. I'll call you The girl waits for the call because she believes he meant it. Weeks pass. He doesn't call and she feels like a darned fool. I'm not saying that every dude who takes a girl out has got to invite her for a second date. But why can't he be honest and keep quiet if the evening was a Why does he lie and say he'll call DEAR ANN LANDERS I have always heard that the person who is sick in the bead is the last to recognize it. He thinks everyone else is crazy. Please tell me if I'm getting a little cuckoo Last week I started to in- troduce my sister in law I have known for 30 to a neighbor. Sudden- ly I forgot her name. I was horrified and embarrassed. This morning I was rush- ing to make an early-morning appointment and I began to talk to myself. I spoke in full as if I were ad- dressing a second person. I rush. Take your time. A few minutes won't make that much difference. Haste makes waste and only time I have ever seen him get so boiled. John's mother phoned this morning to ask how much he has been drinking of late. She is afraid he might be- come alcoholic. brother had the Now I am concerned. Please tell me if alcoholism runs in families. D.C. DEAR From the sound of your letter I don't think you have anything to worry about. I'll bet John won't touch a drop for a long time. Alcoholism is not heredi- but the cultural and en- vironmental patterns that en- courage it can tend to re- peat themselves in the same family. have always shared every- thing or so I believed. Should I come right out and tell him I found the deposit slip and ask him to explain why he needs a secret bank Or would it be best to remain silent and hope one day soon he will tell me of his own Southern Cal DEAR Hand your husband the deroosit slip and tell him you think it's sweet that he wanted to surprise you by building up a secret nest-egg. A wife who assumes the best instead of the worst has a chance of getting it. her What's wrong with just Please pnnt this. Maybe It will reach the right eyes Still Waiting DEAR How would you like it if a guy said. had a rotten time. You're a dog. You'll never hear from me Most fellows try to be po- lite at the end of an so treat those aromatic fare- wells like perfume. They meant to be not swallowed. on like that My wife heard me in the next room and in the world are you talking I was ashamed to tell her the truth so I re- the She yelled know your voice and you're talking to yourself. First sign of insan- How about Level with please DEAR Don't worry about it. Breathes there a man with soul so who hasn't at some time or an- other said. never forget good oP As for the that's nor- so long as you don't address yourself as or THE BETTER HALF By Barnes I recall saying that if you'd marry I'd satisfy your smqJIest wish I didn't breathe a word about the big Beef substitutes popular By LOUISE COOK NEW YORK Tired of the high cost of Try whinny wedges instead. Or how about a supper or ragout or rabbit with shark instead buffalo and horse are only a few of the foods turning up on the dinner table in these days of soaring meat prices and beef short- ages. Some people are skip- ping meat completely in favor of things like soybean burgers that have been a staple of ve- getarian diets for years. Whinny wedges are the creation of a sandwich shop owner in Wis. They're made of cut from a rib eye fried in butter and served on Ital- ian bread. The price for a medium-sized whinny wedge is 70 compared to 90 cents for a more conventional Steak sandwich with a similar amount of meat. The French have eaten rab- bit for a long time and Dale Powell of hopes Americans will get the same idea Powell recently bought a rabtaitry of anunals and sells 100 a for labo- ratory work and the rest for the stew pot. He said he ex- pects to double or triple his operation in upcoming because of high meat prices. is comparable to he said. it's a lot better than because there's a higher meat-to-waste Two West Coast chains are offering buffalo meat for the adventurous quite good and very much like ex- plained a spokesman for one store Buffalo meat used to be higher than beef because there aren't many buffalo herds. But cattlemen have been withholding livestock from market because of the continued ceiling on beef prices and now it's steers that are scarce. A check of one store showed buffalo burger and chuck roast for S1.09 a the same cuts of beef brought a pound. Dr. Perry Gilbert of the Mote Marine Laboratory in Fla says he thinks rising prices may be just the thing needed to help Ameri- cans overcome any reluctance to shark meat. Most sharks now are prized for their but Gilbert noted that the fish has long been popular as a food in Eu- rope and Asia. you get people to try shark flesh and get over their aversion to the I think they'll enjoy he said. Common-law marriage recognized VANCOUVER Soci- ety is at last facing up to the reality of the common-law mar- says Vancouver lawyer Douglas Crawford He told a People's Law School class that unmarried Couples can look forward to strengthened legal rights and enhanced financial security as the result of laws such as the B C Family Relations Act of 1972. law marriages seem to be becoming more pre- valent than although I haven't seen any said Mr. Crawford acceptable in most cir- although there is some so- cial stigma still attached. for the first leg- islatures are starting to recog- nize common-law rights They are not sanctioning such rela- just recognizing that they are happening. For said Mr. Craw- the family relations act gives a common-law spouse the right to financial support under certain circumstances. He said the law governing property relations in a common law marriage is still very com- plex and advised couples to make sure that the rights of both are spelled out clearly in legal documents. He said the law does not nec- essarily recognize a common- law wife's claim to property held in the husband's even if she contributed towards its purchase Aestytes real hair. Layer Look Heat resistant frizz-proof. Wani Glamour-eluia- TRADE IN WIG SALE ROSEANNE wearing Bring any old wig for discount on new Instant Glamour For efficient service in the and care of for our wig specialist. ACi FAST AS SALE TIME IS LIMITED 328 7366 We have a wig for JOESPH HAIR STYLES 922 5th Ave. N. QffiCK THBI August 18th will draw for Grand Opening Grand of a of Instant Maxwtll HOUM 10 ex. Carnation............. 18 bonus pack 99' 69' I Westward Ho Solid.............................7 oz. tin f V DOG COFFEE COFFEE MATE MARGARINE Western Family 3 Ib. pkg. Marcaroni Spaghetti Creamettes 2 Ib. pkg. 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