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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN My wife keeps telling me she hates housework. I asked her how she knows. She hasn't done any for years. We had an argument about it again last night and she made several interesting statements. First she claims any dumbbell can clean house. She would rather do something creative. Next she says housework is demean- ing because most men are slobs and they expect their wives to clean up after them. Then she says that Ann have no right to give advice on this subject because you have household help and are therefore auto- matically disqualifed. How about Do you have courage to answer this letter in the We'll see Battle Fatigue in Elk Grove DEAR Your wife ie right. I do have but I did plenty of housework dur- ing the first 15 years of my marriage and I mean floor-scrub- furniture-polishing and cooking. And you can also tell her that my bouse looked pretty my husband's shirts had all the and no- body ever died from my cook- 'ing. For the past 18 years I have produced 365 columns a year and lectured in hundreds of cities. If your wife is put- ting half as much energy into a career she should be ex- cused from housework. U tell her to quit beefing and clean up her house. DEAR ANN You owe your readers an apology for men- are brothers in the family of God. This would make Al Ca- pone a brother to Pope I don't want Al Capone for a brother and I don't think you ought to give him to Pope either. Some writers don't care DEAR ANN If a woman is walking with a man and his hairpiece flies off in a high should she help him chase This is what they say so long as they get paid for it. Fed Up With You DEAR FED. The accurate wording are all brothers in the family of if you be- lieve that God is the Father of all mankind you must then believe that all men are bro- thers. Even Al Capone and Pope John. no joke. Chicago DEAR Certain- ly. By that time they both know the so why be coy about DEAR ANN Please ask the girls in your reading audience who have given up their virgirhy in ex- change for a few hours of sex to tell the truth about it. Eow did they feel when the was My daughter is 20 years old and very naive. She started to sleep with a 19-year-old boy recently. Because all her friends were doing it and after listening to them tell now glorious and beautiful sex she began to believe she was missing something. I know that sex between the young and inexperienced is neither beautiful nor satis- fying. I was there myself 20 years ago. I remember how ashamed and exploited I felt. I can't believe human na- ture has changed that much. DEAR ANN There's one subject you never mention in your col- umn. I suspect you are afraid of irritating a few million idiots. I am talking about astrology. A couple of nuts in this office who consifler themselves highly intelligent wouldn't dream of making a move without consulting their One is an Arirs who be- lieves her destiny is to be a world leader. She couldn't lead a moth to a flame. In she's a troublemaker who has managed to make life so miserable for three good employees here that they quit. I might be next. The other is a Libra who insists that her sign has placed her on a higher I know the girls mean no harm. They are merely at- tempting to rationalize their guilt and lone'insss and try- ing to save face. It's too lace to help my daughter escape the hurt and bitterness that is bound to come her but perhaps through the anonymity of your some of the girls will come forward and tell what realy happens to their self-respect and self-image when they be- gin sleeping around so they won't feel left out. Not Too Old To Remember DEAR NOT TOO Here's your letter and an open invitation to all the girls who qualify. I'll print the best one. And if I receive a good letter with the opposite point of I'll print too. cal plane than anyone in the office. I've watched her oper- ate and she could engrave her code of ethics on the knee of a bee and still have room for the Gettysburg Ad- dress. I hope you will put the knock on these Phoney Ba- lonies and express your views on Of Them DEAR I know very little about astrology but I do know several people who are a far cry from Phoney Ba- lonies and are horoscope- hooked. My personal inclina- tion as far as astrology is concerned parallels that of Shakespeare's Cassius. who dear Bru- is not in our but in that we are CHINOOK PENSIONERS AND SENIOR CITIZENS WINNERS 1. Picture-THERESA LANGEVIN-1123 -29th St. So. 2. Cutlery-MRS. J. G. HORN-420 Dieppe Blvd. 3. Dinner Set-MRS. KEN MUELLER-Box Wrentham 4. Ham-HELEN McGLENN-Stlrling 5. Turkey-MR. BOB JAftVIS-348 19th St. No. Our SINCERE THANKS ond APPRECIATION to the donors of the prizes and to all who helped in any way to make thli effort a great success. SAVINGS ON Rugs lids Tufa Mats Tank Cover WHITE SALE NOW DOLPHIN BATH Promoting Alberta products Alberta's woollen products ore hitting the fashion line with such stylish items as this pink sheepskin modelled by Joyce Haraga. The princess line is a feminine while the top stitching and 'brass buttons provide casual overtones. Lightweight versatility and a sensible walking plsat make the jacket a practical wear-all for summer or fall. Love's labor lost CENTRE VILLAGE MALI 327-1323 NEW YORK Au- thorities say the bride's sis- a bank presented a wedding gift of mere than it was the bank's not hers. What had started as a joking scheme to support true love ended up with a bank robbery indictment this week in U.S. district court in Brooklyn. And by then the marriage had gone sour. The indictment said John of Stevenson. told Christine Chernak he'd like to marry her 21-year-old sister than living in if he had the money. Ryall's suggestion to hit the bank where Christine worked was just facetious at the indictment but then the HISTORY LESSONS Ont. About 115 young Iroquois In- dians participated in the study of their tribe's history and cul- ture in a workshop sponsored by the Six Nations Arts Council recently. In its third successive the purpose of the work- shop is to maintain the artistic skills of the children's fore- fathers. plotting turned serious. The grand jury said the plan was carried out Nov. when Leslie drove Ryall to the Security National Bank in on Long Island. The prospective bride- groom allegedly passed Christine a note me all of your and bills in your bank HANDS OVER MONEY Christine allegedly handed over then waited five minutes before touching off an so Ryall would have time to flee. The caper netted Christine said the while of the loot alleg- edly went to a Robert who was said to have provided Ryall's ar- a pellet gun. The remainder of the take helped propel John and Leslie into matrimony the following the grand jury said. Leslie left Ryall last May and returned to her. saying her husband threat- ened her and she feared him. The sisters went to a lawyer who advised them to tell their story including the punch the FBI. arrested in was held in bail. Back-to-School Specials ALL NEW FALL 4 A FABRICS lU' Balance of Summer Stock at greatly reduced prices. Register for Fall Sewing Classes now. Basic 8 Lingerie Men's VARIETY FABRICS WESTMINSTER SHOPPING PLAZA Phone Silverman was picked up and released in personal while the sisters were to be notified by mail to ap- pear for pleading. If the four face maximum penalties of 35 years in prison and a fine. General secretary appointed to Lethbridge Family YM By JUDE TURIC Herald Staff Writer Further involvement in the community will be a major em- phasis in the Lethbridge Fam- ily according to newly- appointed general secretary Rich Bailey. Mr. Bailey received his ap- pointment July 31 and will commence his duties Sept. succeeding Ken Spence who re- signed his post June 30 follow- ing 10 years of service. Duties of the new director will include the carrying out of policies and decisions of the YMCA board of and acting in the capacity of chief administrator. Formerly of Mr. Bailey received his bachelor's degree in group work at George Williams College in Boston and continued his graduate studies in camp and outdoor recreation. He began his association with the Edmonton YMCA nine years ago as camp and youth direc- moving up to program co- ordinator for all metropolitan Edmonton organizations. Mr. Bailey said he views the move to Lethbridge as op- portunity to become totally in- volved with every aspect of the YMCA and relating more completely with the people in the city and its presently in the city for a week of he ex- am becoming ac- quainted with the staff the general operation of the Y and getting to know other or- ganizations in the He will be attending numer- ous meetings with staff and board members in order to de- velop new ideas and possible avenues of involvement for the Family Y. of the strengths of the said Mr. its ability to change with the de- mands of a changing society. not supplying the same type of needs as the or- ganization of 72 years and if we we would have died a long time ago. The aim of the YM is to be to be able to react to the community and the demands of particular He saying that the goal of the present-day YMCA is to the whole indi- we are involv- ed with the physical he not our intention to produce Olympic stars. But our major approach is to work with people from the physical as- particularily here i n Leth- Mr. Bailey said the emphasis of the YM is on the day-to-day relationship of the staff and the individual. He added that possible changes or additions to the pro- gram of the YM had not yet been as he was new to the post and the area. experience of directing the Y in Lethbridge will be good for he if any programs are we will be able to draw on outside resources so that we can do the best job poB- sible for the Golden MUe Open Monday through Friday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday from 1 to 5 p.m. Next No singing until Sept. 11. Dancing at 2 p.m. Singers will perform in Waterton United Church Sun- day at 11 a.m. service. There will be a corn and wie- ner roast at Indian Battle Park Aug. 27 at p.m. for members and their families. Members are asked to pick up their tickets before Tuesday. Tickets are 50 cents each. The fall and winter activities will start Sept. 10. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes Mother and Stanley sends his usual SCANDINAVIAN HALL BENGO CANCELLED THIS WEEK ONLY DUE TO PAINTING OF HALL NEXT BINGO AUGUST 24th JACKPOT BINGO THIS THURSDAY AUGUST 16th Sponiertd by Aid of St. Peter and St. Church STARTS P.M. SHARP-PARISH HAIL CORNER 12th STREET B and 7th AVENUE NORTH Jackpot Starts at and tt Wan Every Thursday 2nd Jackpot in 50 Humbert Sth-7 No. Jackpot a' Gold PER CARD OR 5 FOR Sl.OO ALSO FREE FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZI Partont under 16 not allowed COBY'S LADIES' and CHILDREN'S WEAR ID-SUMMER CLEARANCE ALL GIRLS' WOMEN'S and TEENS i Body Shirts Blouses Slack Tops Pant Suits Skirts Two Racks of Dresses DRESSES Sizes 5 to 14 C1EARING AT GOBY'S LADIES' CHILDREN'S WEAR 322- nth St. N. Phone 327-5687 ;