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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN I'm a 17 year old senior with a problem I can't handle. Dad died two years ago. Mom has a good job but there's no money for I work at a drugstore after holidays and vaca- but the bread has to go for things I need. I go with a cool chick whose parents split last year. She has plenty of money and has bought me some neat gifts. To be I don't dig the idea much because I can't buy her anything. She says it doesn't matter. Last week she asked me to be her date at her cousin's wedding. It's a dress up bash at their country club. I tcdd her no because I don't have the right clothes. Today she slipped in my pocket and an outfit. I DEAR ANN I especially interested in the letter from the secretary who resented her boss' wife calling her on the phone sev- eral times a day. Since I have been secretary to a man whose wife called frequently and the wife of a man I've had to call more than I wanted I know the dilem- ma from both angles. The solution to the problem is for tins wife to maintain a gcod relationship with the sscretary and enlist her So many wives view the secretary as the enemy. I learned the ropes when I worked for a man whose wife was smart enough to make a friend of me. She would call and Arthur in a good mood right she'd hate to bother you with but I need to talk to Arthur. Is this a safe time to DEAR ANN What is real The longer I the less I'm sure. We lived in a Midwestern city for 20 years. Six couples in our circle were very Eight years ago we moved East. We have invited every one of these couples to visit us. Not one has. We've written dozens of letters and made countless long-distance phone calls. A handful have acknow- ledged the letters. No one has ever phoned us. We wouldn't know they were alive if it weren't for the Christmas cards and periodic rash of vitations'1 to birthday celebra- anniversary the graduation announce- weddings of their wnat you to be When I told her I didn't feel it was right to take money from a she gave me a lecture on equality of the women's and allowed as how she was a lib- erated woman and if the sit- uation was reversed she'd ac- cept the money from me. At first it seemed like a lousy but later she talked me into it. Now I'm not sure I did the right thing. Hurry your DEAR It's STILL a lousy idea. When a female gets so that she enslaves the guy she goes then it's time to take another look. Give back the to Miss Fort Knox and tell her no sale. If you play the you deserve the name that goes with it and it's not pretty. interrupt Another man I worked for had an overbearing wife who never asked a question in her entire life. Every day there was a new crisis. She always demanded that I put her hus- band no matter what he was doing or who was in his office. More than once I was in the middle because he didn't wnat to be interrupted and told me as much. She was sure I retused to put her through because I wanted to show my authority. Too bad they don't teach these fine points in secretar- ial school. It's a great deal more important than the width of a margin. Sign Been Both Places DEAR No school can teach common sense and sensitivity. Thank you for a good letter that demon- strates aU three. and now the christ- enings of their grandchildren. This week I received six Both my husband and I feel that our old friends have given no indication they really care about us. We've decided to ignore all the mailing pie- ces. Are we Even Up DEAR Neither dis- tance nor time diminishes true friendship. I suspect the quality of the relationships was not as genuine as you thought. It is possible to feel warm- ly about people you haven't seen for many but friendships must be tended like gardens and people take care of the things they really care about. SHOP AND SAVE ON THESE GREAT WEEKEND SPECIALS PRICES EFFECTIVE at CENTRE VILLAGE IGA LETHBRIDGE ONLY FRIDAY and SATURDAY August 24th and 25th WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES FREE DELIVERY WE HONOR ALL COMPETITORS' FOOD COUPONS Beach closed Sunset Beach on Vancouver's English Bay has been closed to swimming as a result of pollution. City public health inspectors Betty Garry and Howard Branston place the signs. because of high bacteria will probably last the rest of the summer. The beach has also been- closed in previous years. New sterilization method CANADA GRADE UTILITY TURKEYS PEARS PRUNE PLUMS PEACHES POTATO CHIPS 'GLEN VALLEY THE BETTER HALF By Barnes he was too tired to help with you can figure out how much chance there is he'd want to ploy CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HALL-C0r. 13th St. and 6th Avt. N. AUGUST 24th O'CLOCK 4th Ith in 7 2th 5 CARDS FOR OR 25e EACH BLACKOUT JACKPOT 56 NUMBERS LUCKY NAME DRAW WORTH LUCKY NUMBER DRAW WORTH WEEKLY NUMBER DRAW WORTH 3 Plus A Door Under Net Allowed SPONSORED IY ST. BASIL'S MIN'S CLUB OFFICE UNIONS. A campaign ii under way to organize workers in and eventually Canada. Jennifer Farrii telli about the campaign and why the giant financial ore ripe -for this Saturday in Weekend Magazine. Don't miss thii including what company headi think about office workers unionizing IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE j WASHINGTON A i Washington surgeon has an- i naunced p'ar.s for possibly the j first American trials of a tech- developed in Europe for I surgically sierilizing women as I a means of birth control. Dr. John Marlow said 'from Mexico City and Tokyo indicate that women Clerk's job eye-opener Louise Ross of Trois-Rivier- es. Que. says she has bad her eyes opened to the prob- lems of drugs since becoming the first woman court clerk in York County. Miss who even- tually hopes to become a Crown said she a let of misconceptions about the drug when she took the job a couple of months ago. had no contact with drugs in my very normal middle-class life I was shocked to learn that 16-year- olds are addicted to heroin and Her duties as a court clerk involve reading the charge against an taking his plea and keeping a record of trial exhibits and the progress of the trial. Being a woman has caused her few problems as clerk. she changes into her court robes in the women lawyers' lounge because male clerks often use the clerks' lounge as a dressing room. All I1 calendar of Local napper. ingi The John Howard Society's tliird annual house and garden touf and tea will be held from. 1 to p.m. with tea being served at the provin- cial gaol from 1 to 4. Tickets are available from the John Howard from board members and Leister's Music in the Paramount Building. undergoing the procedure may I leave the hospital in as little as i half an hour following surgery I and return to their activi'ies the same day. Only a local anes-' thetic is required. i This compares with four to six hours in hospital and sev- eral days' convalescence for the best previous surgical tech- which virtually always i requires general anesthesia. i Marlow also said the newer technique is reported al- though he stressed that hazards from the older one are uncom- mon. The newer called involves insertion of a telescopic instrument and an electrically heated wire via the .telescopic to seal off the phallopia tubes Marlow told a news confer- ence the older called requires an in- cision in the abdominal wall. Marlow said the local anes- thetic feature of the newer and the elimination of need for cutting through any are of particular poten- tial importance for sterilizing women in underdeveloped coun- tries. Marlow said he has under study several possible candi- for the new and probably will perform his first operations within the next month. BEANS with PORK AYLMER TOMATO SOUP HEINZ WHITE VINEGAR BRENTWOOD PEARS WEST VEGETABLE OIL ALBERTA WHITE GRANULATED SUGAR RED LEAF and out A film series focussing on im- 1 ages of woman In north Ameri- i can movies from the 1930s to the present will commence with j regisration at an all-day free media event on Sept. 29. The course will be held at p.m. each Wednesday from Oct. 3 to Nov. 21 at the Lethbridge Civic Centre. Special rates for students and senior citizens. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. Mosquito MARGARINE ro bbed of bite SILVERBRITE LOS ANGELES Sci- entists say a few sips at the fountain of youth should keep mosquitoes too young to mate A chemical that copies the mosquito's juvenile hormone is being tested at the University of California at Riverside. It wouldn't let a mosquito live longer than normal. Scientists here say a tiny amount of Lhe hormone can keep a mosquito larva from be- coming a biting adult And they are looking for ways to flood the larvas' systems with the hormone at just the right moment. Until the mosquitoes become they live in water and do no harm. Scientists hope to control mosquitoes by placing juvenile hormone at the breed- ing mainly rivers and ponds. The scientists believe the hor- mone does not adversely affect other living tilings. It to be much safer than con- ventional said George professor of entomology. But mosquitoes face no threat of extinction. Georghiou said there are too many breeding places around the world. And he said mosquitoes prob- ably will develop resistance to the as they do to pes- SALMON STEAKS BURNS COIL GARLIC LETTUCE Ib. CALIF. CANADA NO. 1 Ib. 99' 29 B.C PEARS or PRUNE PLUMS 40-lb. case CINTRI VILLAOI IOA STORI Open Daily o.m 6 p.m. Thuri. and. Fri. o.m. p.m. 8 59 ;