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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I would like lo comment on "Pot Smoker's Masterpiece." I am 20 years old and also experi- enced with pot. I'd like to say that in addition to being an awful speller, she is also an awful fool. The person who gets stoned every day gels wrecked. The term "wrecked" means they are so freaked out they are unable to speflk colierenUy, loo zonked to walk or even stay awake. When the girl wrole to say pot has made her a brilliant con- versationalist, I lauphed. Here is a typical conversation be- tween two polhead.s: "God, am I ripped-----" "Yeah, me, too. I'm in a wild groove, man." "The record is finished but I don t think f can get up to change it." "Man, am I wrecked Tlie pclheads who road tliis will probably say I'm crazy, but f dare them to sit in on a po> party and stay straight and monitor the conversation. In (he two years that f blew grass 1 never met one person who didn't try something strong- er. I swore f never would, but I did. I tripped on blotter acid four or five times, hit a bummer and quit cold turkey, scared out of my skull. Now I'm engaged to a great girl and off of everything, f dread the day when I have to sweat out our first child to see if he has any deformities. We were told by a good doctor that the chances are lo one dial our kids will be O.K., but I still lie awake nights worrying. It wasn't worth Ex-Head DEAR CLE: Thanks for the testimony. Arc you listening, students? It's one of your own speaking. DEAR ANN LANDERS: After a quarter of a century of marriage 1 have finally learned the secret of a happy mar- riage. I have listed ten rules, which I guarantee will work for all couples. Of course Ihese rules are for WOMEN. In our society there arc no i-ules for men. 1. If he says, "1 won't be home for dinner tonight, don't wait up for don't ask ivhere he ii going. SucJ) a question gives the impression you do not trust him. 2. If he comes in very late, don't ask where he has been. Such a question gives the impression you are insecure. 3 Keep his clothes in perfect condition. 4. Keep his slomach full. 5. Keep lus car clean. 6 Keep the kids quiet and away from him when he comes home at night. Questions can drive a father if he doesn't loiow the answers. 7. Give him plenty of sex no matter how tired you are or what kind of a day you've had. II. Don't ask him for money. 9. Starve yourself if you must, but slay a size 10 forever. Never menlion the fact that he has gained 30 pounds and the seams in his pants are splitting 10. Don't lell him your troubles. A woman who slays tome all day shouldn't have any. Marriage Mavin In Philadelphia. DEAK MAVIN: Thanks for letting us know what il lakes to keep a marriage together in the City of Brotherly Love. Many a Iruth is spoken in jest. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I just read where a man in Illi- rote became (he falher of triplets at the age of 7-1. Is this possible? My husband insists that he must have had some a best friend or a roomer. What do you Flabbergassed. DEAR FLAB: A man 74 may well have fathered triplets. Fertility in males goes on and on. Along these lines I might add that multiple births have nothing to do with exceptional virility. Please send inquiries and requests to Landers Reader- mail Department, Chicago Sun Times-Daily News, 401 North Wabash Ave.. Chicago. 111. 60611 playing nurse In him iL'hcn he's ill. Love Is booklets Due to customs difficulties, nnd m o n e I a r y exchange, readers are asked to send re- quests for the 'Love Is' car- toon booklet directly to Los Angeles Times Syndicate, Times Mirror Square, Los Angeles, Calif. 90053. Those readers who have sent in revests to The Her- ald will have money refund- ed and are thanked for their interest in this feature. The are now printed and available. STRETCH STITCHES SWISS MADE On TW FACTS Sh-Mch Stltthn. Now companion art getting Mcltid f' o I d) SUPMMATIC can do mor> than our com- piilfon' If7l rterftli. CAfT. ELNA 5UPEI- TAlilt MATIC d rot.d thi world'i viaaUh uwlna machlnff. DON'T BUY UNtll YOU TRY For dimMitnltin nntott SIWINO CINTRE 401 Sth Sim) tooth n. 127-1111 ana out 4 h Recent visitors lo the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Davis uere Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Gai pcntcr and Mr. and Mrs. Lynne Carpenter of Charievois, Mich. They also visited oilier rela- tives, Ed Rcilcr, and Irmn Nel- KOI of Iron Springs. Their visit lo Southern Alberta in- cluded a day in Lakes National Park, and Cnireron Lake, and points nf interest in the city. The. vis- itors are now touring Vancou- ver, Victoria and Seattle after which they will relurn home. More Fa mil v news j on 22 'Volue'Village Garden Market Specials CORN LOCAL BUNCHED CARROTS and BEETS 2 far 29< GREEN ONIONS 2 29' CABBAGED 19c POTATOES CanN PICKLING CUCUMBERS SILVER SPIN PICKLING ONIONS oI ,b 4c Ib. Ih. WATERMELON MOSES LAKE 3 CELERY HEARTS SCONAeach 59c PEACHES 3.99 2.89 PRUNE PLUMS WASHITrbo, Auguit IB, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HFRALD 21 'WLue'Village i.OcwnTJfi na couu c STOCK UP wThese food Values BEAT THE HEAT BUY Mrs. Milne's Superb Tasting Fruit 89 PEARS 2 83 APRICOTS 2 89f To- Dl I IMC A CaseoF24 rLUIVIb I 589 (J Case of 24 K Case of 24 Tomatoes 3 89c Din Cillinn Sfofford5 Dr O 1 -M TIC rilling Blueberry tin for Pie Filling 3 for Coffee Mate Cornalion 99c Orange Sections 4 for ]M Licorice Allsorts Bassetts pkB. 49c Fig Bars 55c Fruit Cocktail 3 hr 1-M SUNLIGHT DETERGENT BEANS in TOMATO SAUCE FROZEN FOOD LEMONADE IK or WHITE Q 6-01, tin I ICE CREAM SUNKIST PINK or WHITE Q 6-01, tin fj for SILVERWOOD 3-pinf plastic carton KINGSIZE LIBBY'S 14-oz. tins 'Value'VilLage MEATS PHONE RUMP or ROUND STEAK ROASTS Baby Beef Liver 49c Chicken Breasts or Thighs 79c Cheese G.., Ready to .at Mild Ib. SCHWEPPES BITTER ORANGE BITTER LEMON TONIC WATER GINGER ALE SODA WATER CHARCOAL KINGSFORD 10-lb.bag. 20-lb. bag. -1 -89 COTT POP AND DIET POP 10-01. tim I I I 1M BAKERY 327-2424 Chocolate Chip Loaf Cakes 49' Pineapple Layer Cakes 65c Sausage Rolls 6 Wedding Cakes Birthday Cakes Bread for Freezing LOCATED AT THE CORNER OF 13lh STREET and AVENUE S. ;