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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I loved your definition ot "a real mon" and I was glad to hoar you say you arc married lo one. I sin, too, and I'd like to tell you what I like best about my husband. It's the way lie gets down on the door and plays win Use kids, liis big hands cradling their little heads as he helps tliein do somersaults. Or when lie stays wilh the children for an evening so I can go someplace. And when I come sea the clumsy hut tender way he has put. on the baby's diaper and his little undersliirt, backwards. I adore it when lie comes into the kitchen and follows me around and talks to me while I'm putting the final touches or. supper telling me ahout his day, yakking a mile a minute and shoring a part of his life that I don't see. I love the way he comes with me lo TTA meetings even though there only three or four other daddies there. I appreciate his kindness to my parents. He is generous, tliougbtlu! and sweet to them. Above all, Ann, be makes me feel like a real woman. And I guess that's what makes him a real man. Big Jim's Wife DEAR WIFE: It's a joy to receive a Ictler like yours in (he midst of the thousands of gripes from women who arc full of complaints many justified, I'm sure. Thanks for the day-brighlener. Jim sounds like a gem. And so do you. DEAK ANN LANDERS: It I'm a nut on the subject, so bo it, but I get wild when 1 read such stories in the news- papers as these (they all appeared within the past "Two year old falls off a balcony while watching a basketball game." "Year-old lot tumbles out of grocery cart and is seriously injured." "Four-year-old drowns in bathtub." "Toddler in serious condition after drinking cleaning fluid." "Youngster found at bottom of pool. Two lifeguards on duly. No one saw that Uie child was in trouble." "Tot suffocates in car white parents shopped for three hours." "Five-year-old dies after eating 40 pills found In grand- mother's pur.sc." "Child of 18 months killed on road in front ot aunt s home." In every single instance, somebody was not doing Ins job. I know the heartache and agony lhat such accidents can cause parents, grandparents or whoever was supposed to be in charge but it doesn't change things. Nothing is so im- portant as keeping an eye on children. What's a baby doing in a grocery cart, or at a basket- ball game, or out playing in the road? What are cleaning fluid and pills doing where a child can get his hands on them? Why is a youngster left in a locked car or in a bathtub Please, Ann, print this letter and let's hope and pray that every parent who reads it will ask himself, "Could any of those tragedies have occurred in MY family this past Midwest Plea DEAR MIDWEST: Here Is your letter, and my thanks for writing it. It's full of common sense and good questions and if it shakes up a few million mothers, I'm for that, too. Docs someone yuu lovo have a problem wilh drugs? Send and a self-adilressed, long envelope (16 cenls post- age) lo Ann Landers, Box 3340, Chicago 606M for her booklet "STRAIGHT DOI'K ON DRUGS." It tells bolh sides the lips, downs, insides and outs of drug use. MAKE YOUR OWN decisions. y, Auguil 11, 1972 THE LETHBR1DOE HERAIO 15 n i VlrlCi JI VX AT 8 P.M. IN THE EAGLES HALL 13lh N. JACKPOT IN 56 NUMBERS FREE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS 8th ond IN 7 NUMBERS MO CHI1DSEN UNDER 16 leftovers from the food Nearly 30 people responded to osks in a basket. To curious onlookers, she id: "Why do you keep slar- g Please join me in cleaning this place." on says LONDON (CP) Most of the world's tea-drinkers like to sip from, cups decorated with roses. At least, that's the way it seems to Harold Holdcroft whose Old Country Roses design has be- come the world's biggest selling pattern in bone china with sales of 14 million pieces. Poltery designer Holdcroft aid in an inlerview: "We de- gn hoping we will gel business rom all parts of the world." And he finds lhat certain fac- ers are constant throughout the 'orld, apart from a fondness of oses. He uses plenty of gold, sfip- >led gradually into the design to ilend smoothly. Then there are warm colors.....a rich red for most of the roses and gold has o be used in making this color too. Holderoft Is art (Erector of toyal Albert, whose designs are iroduced by Allied English Pot- eries Ltd. His other roses are tea roses, n warm peachy yellows. Even he greens used in the foliage are warm greens. This color warmlh Is combined with a semi-naturalistic look, but docs not follow one particular named The saucer is edge-trimmed with gold, the teapot has a wide opening at the top so that it is easy to wash up and both teapot and coffee pot have a slightlj curved spout thai makes pour- ing easier. SHOE STRING OPERATION A recent audit of Unitarian Service Committee accounts re ports an overhead of 9.6 per cent during the last fiscal year Headquarters is at X Sparks Street, Ottawa KIP 5B1.' every lere is what I came up with! In the five-year period from 60 to 1970, Alberta suffered deficit of brides in tha jalance of marriages. In view if its grave consequences, I shall give you a break-down. Alberta saw 9.203 and native born >rides in I960, 1966, 1969 and 1970 respectively. In the same period and In Ihe same sequence, there were- ,740, and grooms born in the prov- ,ce. By simple subtraction, thera were 871, 951, 890, and 993 more native daughters saying "I do" to out-of-province bene- ficiaries than native sons, giv- ing a 1966-70 loss of I realize it is a tribute to tha desirability of our native daughters, and I would not call it a crisis situation if it were not for the fact lhat moro males are born in Alberta than females, at a ratio of report Representatives of the Alher- a Federation of Home and School Associations were in at- cndance at Ihe recent seminar on Ihe Worth Commission Re- port on education held at Oltls Agricultural College. Delegates from included Mrs. N. Kloppenborg, Mrs. S. Byam, Mrs. L. Care- fool, Mrs. L. Kotkas, Mrs. L. Krammc'r a n d Mrs. C. Daw. Mrs. Kroshinsky from Barons were also in atten- dance. During the sessions, study groups were presented wilh summaries of each ot Ihe 12 of the report; anil ttieir reactions and recommendations will lie forwarded lo the Minis- ter of Education as an initial response lo the report from the associations. Copies of tlie summaries will he available in IxMbrirtge at Ihe area convention of the Al- berta Federation of Home and Sclioo! Associations, whicl tie in her appeal. Some college students ar helping municipal sweepers in cleaning up underground drains the most hated job i the sanitation department. Meanwhile, Mrs. Ali Yawar Jung, wife of the governor o Bombay, has set up a commi tee to keep selected areas of the city free from heaps of garbage. Mrs. Jung is particularly keen that people should not throw refuse out of their windows. She thought of setting up the citizens' committee when a gar- bage "missile" almost landed on her as she and Ihe governor were having an early morning stroll on Malabar Hill, the" city's aristocratic district. That even aristocrats did not know how to dispose of their garbage has convinced the for- mer Indian princess ahout the need for a mass campaign. rose in every single detail. HAS NATURAL LOOK A soft, natural look is an im- portant quality in bone china design, hence the importance of the design melting into the In much European porce- lain the design tends to sit on top of the glaze. Holdcroft's background is vignetted, or shaded off, inlo Ihe pure white of the china ilself. Shape is imporlanl to the de- sign. Wilh cups of Old Country Roses the handle "stands as the industry calls it Is, it rises above the rim of the cup. There is a foot on the cup, which gives fluency in design. The cup shape is called Thislle. Roses inside [lie cup as well as outside add to the lavish look. As many women the china upside down to look at the bottom -they sec it is back- stamped with a small rose motif from the main pattern. Human need is enormous ST. THOMAS, Out. (CP) A call for a global-style co-oper- ation amonn Christians to meet "the enormous needs" of hu- manity was issued l-'y the head of Ihe Christian Church Dis- ciples of Christ in North Ameri- ca. "In this present age we are frequently overwhelmed by the enormity of raw human need throughout the Dr. A. Dale Fiers of Indianapolis, Ind., general minister and pres- ident of Ihe church in the United States and Canada, told LEGION BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY AT 8 p.m. JACKPOT BLACKOUT IN 54 NUMBERS OR LESS {Increasing ana number par week unltl won) Ut OAME JACKPOT Slh GAME (X) lOlh GAME JACKPOT IN 49 NUMBERS FREE BUS SERVICE HOME AFTER BINOO MEMORIAL HAIL PUBLIC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY IOUNGE Children under 16 not allowed Sponsored by Indict Auxiliary lo -Canadian logran ________ delegates at the opening of a five-day convention. "And lo meet it will require more than individual and cor- porate acts of charity. It's go- ing to take a social co-operation and contribution "It goes beyond a single church denomination. It is an ecumenical venture." The convention marks the Ca- nadian church's 50lh anni- versary. The Christian Church has about 1.5 million members in North America, of them in Canada. 90th BIRTHDAY Mrs. Elizabeth Jones celebrated her 90th fcirthday Saturday at the Edith Cavell Nursing Home. She was born in Liverpool, Lanes., England, ond came to Canada with her husband and two children around 1910. Mrs. Jones, who was widowed in 1925, has five children, Edgar W-, Mrs. Winnifred Lenz, Stanley R., Mrs. Lillian Shreeve, and Reginald. She has five grand- children and two great-grandchildren. NEW OFFICE HOURS Monday thru Saturday inclusive o.m. lo p.m. OPTOMETRISTS Drs. C. A. Palmer R. Fabbi A, Locatelli 407 5lh ST. S. LHKBRIDGE PHONE 327-4222 HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CAIL 328-2860 FOB PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 1st AVE. S. "I bet when her X rays come back from the lab, they come in a plain brown envelope. SIMPSONS-SEARS SEWING MACHINE RENTAL tols of mending to do? A wedding joon? A yon to be creative? Rent and Sow wilh n gorgeous KENMORE Z1G ZAG from Simpions-Scan. Tele phono 328-9731 Or Drop In At Simpsons-Sears, Centre Village Mall For Compfefo Dotoils REMNANTS BY THE POUND BY THE YARD THREAD AND ZIPPERS 310 6th Street South (Old CPR Telegraph Building) ;