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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, Auguit 21, 1970 Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'm a happily married woman with a wonderful husband and two fine children. My hus- band's mother has made her home with us for the past eight years and as you know, no kitchen is big enough for two women so I went back to work. My problem will seem silly to you bit it's making me nervous. I dream about my boss nearly every night. I swear to you, Ann, I have no interest in Mm during office hours, that is. But between midnight and a.m. I'm ashamed to tell you what goes on in my head. My dreams are so realistic I can no longer look my boss in the eye. To make matters worse, I'm a blusher. I'm sure he must think I am crazy. The boss is a very attractive man, and one of the finest people in the world. Unfortunately his wife is not good enough for him, but this is none of my business. My ridiculous dreams are beginning to interfere with my efficiency. Do dreams have any real significance? Please help me. Life DEAR NIGHT LIFE: Dreams DO have some real signifi- cance, but interpreting dreams is out of my line. It is safer to say, however, that you must have some suppressed desires relating to your boss desires that you don't dare face up to in your waking hours. If the blushing gets out of hand and you find yourself becoming too inefficient you should con- sider looking for another job. DEAR ANN LANDERS: My daughter-in-law had last min- ute sitter trouble Friday evening and called to ask if I would take her 3-year-old son for the might. I enjoy the child and was happy to do so. The following morning I telephoned my daughter-in-law and asked what time I should bring the boy back. She said "When he is 18." I'm.sure she said it to be funny, but it hurt my heart. What's the matter with young mothers today? They seem to find child rearing such a nmsance. Almost every young mother I know wants to enrol her children in school at the earliest possible moment, just to get them out of the house. It seems such a pity. A child's first five years are precious one and they are gone too soon! I brought up four children, without any help, and none of them went to pre-school. I can truthfully say I enjoyed every minute of their childhood. Comment, please. Sytle Mother DEAR MOTHER: Your memory is a little rusty. No mother could possibly enjoy every minute of raising four children. There HAD to be some sickness, accidents, fights, disappointments, anxiety and frustration. Trouble is an in- evitable part of raising a family and no mother can escape it completely. Time has a way of screening out unpleasantness of the past. Apparently motherhood was a joyous period in your life, but don't overstate the case, Mom. There must have been just a moment or two during those years thai weren't pure bliss. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'm in such a state of shock I can hardly write this letter. This afternoon I met a for- mer neighbor on the street. We were always good Mends and our children grew up together. In the course of the conversation (on the sidewalk, mind you) she mentioned having gone to Pittsburgh to attend a nephew's wedding. It was then that I asked a perfectly innocent her very attractive, well-educated 31-year-old daughter has1 never married. The woman looked at me straight in the tye and said, "Because she is a Lesbian." I was so stunned I didn't know how to respond. Why would a mother admit something like this? I can't get over it. What is this world coming to? _ Still Speechless DEAR S. S.: My guess is the lady was giving you the needle for asking such a nunuvyerbizznizz type question. Her shocking response was calculated to melt your bridge- work and obviously she succeeded. Confidential to I HATE HOGS: So she ate the whole box of fudge herself. It's her face, her figure and her pimples. Forget it. "The Bride's Ann Landers' booklet, answers some of the most frequently asked question about weddings. To re- ceive your copy of this comprehensive guide, write to Ann Landers, in care of Canada Wide Feature Service Ltd. 245 St. James Street West Montreal 126, Quebec enclosing a long- self-addressed, stamped envelope and 35 cents in coin. ivmct u Must Seek Own Solutions Indian Speaker Tells Meet NOT A TIE IN SIGHT Informality seemed to be the key as a group of ten de- signers commissiqned to create "forward looking" men's fashions unveiled their flam- boyant casual creations at a New York fash ion show. TORONTO (CP) David Courchene, president of the Manitoba Indian Brotherhood, said here white men should support Indians but let them find their own solutions to some of theii1 problems. Indians do not have immedi- ate answers to many of their and society must un derstand their difficulty in ad- justing to contemporary ways, VIr. Courchene told a confer- ence of the Canadian Federation of University Women. He said white men "have ,aken a people who enjoyed ife, accepted respohsibility for .heir fellow men and knew con- entment and happiness" and converted them to a people 'who accept with indifference their status on the bottom rung of the social ladder." Tom Kioke, a Cree Indian from Parry Sound, Ont., told (lie group he had learned during the sessions there are white people who care about Indians. "I always thought whites didn't care for Indians. I was wrong. These women arc aware of our problems and want to hear from us about them." In another discussion, Dr. Ralph Brinkhurst, pfofessor of zoology at the University of To- ronto, said world polluters should be made to pay the cost of their pollution. "Industry must also be made to realize that it has an ultimate responsibility for its end prod- as in the case of the non-returnable he said. Abortions Refused By RC Hospital TORONTO (CP) The nun who runs the largest hospital in suburban Scarborough says a woman alderman's campaign to have the hospital perform abor- tions will not be successful. Sister Marie de Liesse, ad- ministrator of the 650-bed Scar- borough General hospital, said Wednesday the Sisters of Miser- icorde "are responsible morally and legally for the hospital." "We give our services free. We don't have to do abortions. The OHSC (Ontario Hospital Services Commission) asked us if we wanted to and ws said Aid. Carol Ruddell, a member of the hospital board, said Wednesday she plans to con- anue her efforts in the fall to have the hospital set up an Private Life Gets More Public Middle Age Comes To Princess Meg LEISTER'S MAIL ORDERS! Tick off the selection! you want and tend us. You'll receive your records for only each. Please Add 15c Postage on Orders and under. 1 1. HAND ME DOWN WORLD-Gueu Who 2. WAR-Edwin Slar 3. AS YEARS GO BY-Mashmakhan 4. IN THE SUMMERTIME-Mungo Jerry I 5. CANDlDA-Dawn I 6. HIGHER AND HIGHER-Canada Goose 7. ME AND BOBBY McGEE-Gordon Lighlfool 1 8. CLOSE TO YOU-Carpentert 9. WIGWAM-Bob Dylan 10. MONGOOSE-Elephant's Memory nil. INDIANA WANTS ME-Dean Taylor t 12. WE'LL HAVE IT SOMEDAY-Copesetic Magafui (Lethbridge's Own) COMING EVENTS AUGUST 26th VISIT EXPO 70 WITH THE TEEN CLEFS p.m.-YATES CENTRE Silver Collection SEPTEMBER 22nd WHITE HEATHER CONCERT Watch for further regarding L LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BIDS., IETHBRIDGE NAME.................................... ADDRESS LONDON (AP) Margafe ,ose is 40 Friday and a goo; ray to get a royal punch in the ose would be to race up to Bal loral Castle in Scotland and lake just one small crack aout how life begins at. Princess Margaret reaches er milestone in the same year s her husband, Lord Snowdon. The two are joining the Queen and the entire Royal Family foi a quiet birthday party, fresh from a trip to the Mediterra- nean. Princess Margaret and Lord Snowdon were guests ol the Aga Khan in Sardinia. Their private life, largely pro- tected by royal privilege, gets more public every year, how- ever. One of the reasons is that Margaret and Tony, as she calls him, are people who do things. Someone sees them, and publi- city follows. Newspapers which would hesitate ta say anything about the Queen have little com- punction where her younger sis- ter is concerned. The tempestuous way these two live has opened up a gossip columnist's dream closet and speculation is rife as to whether they'll ever stay together for the long haul. Most of the speculation is half-baked. The royal couple fight in peace, as the Irish say. A recent American magazine article attempted to say the op- posite but those who know them best just giggled and called it :aive. These same sources said such comments about Princess Mar- garet are in fact inspired by certain amount of spiteful truth Now a matron and looking ii the former blue-eyed beauty o the tiny, graceful figure show every bit of her maturity A hot-tempered lass at besl Princess Margaret never has a] lowed anyone for a moment t intrude on her royal preroga lives. Wherever she goes, she demands the highest respec and is often arrogant about it. Lortl Snowdon prances through his royal jobs but works harder at being a society pho- tographer than he ever dk when that was all he was befori he married the princess 10 years ago. Sticks With Mini SAN JUAN, P.K. (AP) Marisol Malaret, Miss Universe of 1970, says she's sticking with the miniskirt despite fashion trends, but doesn't think the short dress should be every women's choice. "The female figure is so flexible that woman with good taste can pick the style that most Miss Malar'et said. GARDEM SHOW Lethbridge and District Hor- icultural Society will hold its Sth annual flower and vegeta- )le show, Aug. 21 and 22 under he grandstand at the exhibi- tion grounds. SEE AVENUE FIRST For the Grooviest Selection of SHOES in LETHBRIDGE! Just Received! in soft.soft buckskin- many colors shoe bag 9.95 Always more fashion and value for your money at: AVENUE SHOES McFARlAND BIDG., LETHBRIDGE Both havs a wide variety of acquaintances throughout the jazz world and so gossip always rears its head. It doesn't help when Margaret's car is involvet in a collision with a fire engin as it was recently and polic found a blonde driving it. Along A. E. Cross Photo MR. AND MRS. H. A. WALTER Celebrates Golden Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Allen Walter celebrated their golden wedding anniversary August It with a family dinner. Guests included their son, Bruce, of California, two daughters Mrs Hazel Hedgecoke, Amarillo, Texas; and Mrs. Nancy S. Reid of Calgary, ten grandchildren and Mrs. Walter's brother-in- law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Robert 1'rwin of Clinton, Ont. Mr. Bruce Walter proposed the toast to the couple with Mr. Walter responding. Tele- grams were read by Mr. Invin from Gov.-Gen. R. Michener, Prime Minister P. E. Trudeau, Hon. Robert StanfieJd and Deane Gundlock, MP. Mr. Walter came to Canada from Minnesota with his par- ents in 1907, attended Wash. State University in Pullman Wash., until enlisting in the 6th Reg. U.S. Marines. He married Miss Sybil Hesketh who came from England in 1912 and later taught in Raley and Taber. They were married in St. Au- gustine's Church with the Reg. Major Gore-Garrow officiating. They ranched and farmed in the Spring Coulee area until re- tirement to Lethbridge in 1966 where both have been active in many organizations during the past 40 years. side, in tandem, was Lord Snowdon on his motorcycle. Anybody can build anything out of that. However, the blonde turned out to be a lady-in-wait- ing to Princess Margaret. abortion board of three doctors. Under federal law abortions can be performed at a hospital if a board of three doctors ap- proves the operation. But when asked if the board was likely to yield to Aid. Rud- dell's campaign, Sister Marie de Liesse said: "The board won't." Aid. Ruddell, said: "On the one hand they say 'no abor- and then they say people can go elsewhere. This hospital is supported by public money and as such the taxpayers are entitled to services liks abor- tions which are permitted by law." While They Last! 1970 TOYOTA COROLLAS TOYOTA TRAVEL CENTRE Located at General Farm Supplies Coults Highway Phone 327-3165 CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HALL-Cor. 13th St. and 6th Ave. N. FRIDAY, AUGUST 21st-8 O'CLOCK BLACKOUT JACKPOT NUMBERS 4th and 8th Games in 7 NUMBERS-! 2th Game LUCKY DRAW 5 CARDS FOR OR 25c EACH Persons Under 16 Yean Not Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB LETHBRIDGE MUSICAL THEATRE Presents THE ROCK MUSICAL "YOUR OWN THING" Yafes Memorial Centre Aug. 21, 22, 29, 30 p.m. Tickets and now af YATES BOX OFFICE Phone 327-7055 DAWN'S DANCING STUDIO 1418 17 Street South Classes in: TAP-ACROBATICS- BATON-CHARACTER- MODERN JAZZ BALLET MRS. W. WICK R.A.D. Instructor from England Classes in Ballet will be TUESDAY and FRIDAY Registration August 20th to 26th DAWN (HIGGINS) MAY FOR REGISTRATION Phone 328-5056 or 327-3208 CLASSES WILL COMMENCE AUGUST 24th ;