Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
1; 1970 THE DEAR AHN LANDERS: I've been married 26 years to a man who could never make a success of anything. He went to night school, took correspondence courses, tried vocation- al training. Nothing clicked. I've always made more money than my husband. There were times when I was working 10 hours a day and he was unemployed. We are going through one of those periods now and I'm fed up. Our two kids are on their own now and I'm tired of carrying the load. I'm 46 and look younger. I feel tint now might be the time to make a new life for myself. Do you? DEAR R.L.: A woman who would dump a husband after 26 vears because he didn't succeed in business rates zero minus ten in my book. I don't know what you envision as a new life for yourself, but Kirk Douglas isn't waiting for you, Honey. DEAR ANN LANDERS: My parents are warm, simple Maple of limited financial means. My husband's parents are well-to-do They travel in high-society circles. Since my folks and my husband's folks have nothing in common we do not invite them over together. (It saves tension and hurt The'problem is that the fancy grandparents always bring the kids expensive and glamorous gifts. My folks bring homemade cookies, hand-made toys and a heart full of lore. When the children grow older will they favor the fancy grandparents? It seems they have an unfair advantage. DEAR WON: An expensive and glamorous gift might excite a child for as long as five minutes, but not much longer There is no substitute for love. It's not what comes gift-wrapped, but how we feel about people and how we treat them that counts. This holds true for little people as well as big people. DEAR ANN LANDERS: May I say one word about the woman who breezes into the beauty shop 3o minutes early, nlants herself at the elbow of her operator (who is running 30 minutes late) and proceeds to hand him snapshots of her trip and bends his ear .with the hot gossip picked up at yesterday's canasta game. While the operator tries to be polite he is inadvertently cutting some poor lady's hair a little shorter on one side or dripping dye in her eye. I happen to be a paying customer who has been vic- timized for the third week in a row by an inconsiderate blabbermouth who obviously has a standing appointment that follows mine. Insensitive clod that she is, she does not see that I am frothing at the mouth. (Maybe she thinks it's At any rate I'm sure this problem is not unique and I'd be ever so grateful if you would print it along with some Is there a solution? In Lafayette, Ind. DEAR LADY: There is a solution. You are paying for the undivided attention of your operator and he should pro- vide it. It is up to him to tell the intruder that he's running late and needs to concentrate on his work but he'll be glad to look at her snapshots and listen to her when she's in his chair. Unsure of yourself on dates? What's right? What's wrong? Should you? Shouldn't you? Send for Ann Landers' booklet, "Dating Do's And enclosing with your re- quest 35 cents in coin and a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes don'f need you.. .1 just wanted to see how long if would take you to get here in case my set conked out in the middle of '50-Dollar Movie'." For that special gift give a GIFT CERTIFICATE and let her choose her own! 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ACW went bilingual for meet MONTREAL The National Board of Anglican Church' Women went bilingual this monlii when it arrived in la Belle Province de Quebec. The Diocese of Montreal ACW was hostess for the board's four-day meeting which was held in Granby, Quebec. The invitation, program and greetings were written in French, and several social occasions included close contact with French speaking people. Some of the highlights in- cluded a Civic Reception by the Mayor of Granby including a tour of City Hall; a visit to the Abbey of St. Benoit du Lac with a lecture by Father Vidal and attendance at Vespers; a visit to French-speaking schools and industries; an invitation by members of 1'Association Cul- turelle des Femmes de Granby into their homes for Saturday night dinner with their families, gates and t h e i r hosts by (ho Diocese of Montreal. On Sun- day morning, the women went to Montreal to attend tho only French speaking Church service in Canada at L'Englise du Redempteur (1809 Sher- brooke St. East) and the Euch- arist was celebrated in French by the Rev. Lionel Temple-Hill. The Bishop of Montreal, the Rt. Rev. R. K. Maguire, enter- tained members for luncheon at Bishopscourt. The ACW of the Diocese of Montreal feels that this WES an excellent opportunity to show visitors the bilingual and bi-1 cultural aspect of work within f the church and in the commun-1 ities at !nrgc. GENERAL STEWART BR. NO. 4 LEGION SPORTS EVENTS JITNEY TURKEY Thursday, Dec. 3rd p.m. DOMINO TOURNEY Saturday at p.m. MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME LETHBRIDGE FISH GAME ASSN. WEDNESDAY AT 8 P.M. IN THE NEW EAGLES HALL BLACKOUT 54 NUMBERS-FREE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS snd 12ih) in 7 Number! NO CHItDREN UNDER 16 ___ COLLEGE MALL SHOPPERS' WORLD mone HAI KARATE GIFT SET AFTER SHAVE t COLOGNE COOKER WEST BEND. 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TAMGLO TOOTHPASTE Family Size CLAIROL NICE 'N EASY SHAMPOO-IN HAIR COLOR SPECIAL! 63 SUNBEAM FASTBACK ELECTRIC SHAVER Mew "Slant Shape" Styling 1.13 WAYNE 5 PIECE KITCHEN KNIFE SET HOLDER 7.95 'CANDLE '12 TRANSISTOR PORTABLE RADIO SPECIAL I Barber Tyfn Trimmer SPECIAL! 27.951 2 BAND SPECIAL! SOLARAY-STEAM SET 'N CURL HAIR SETTER 20 Holler Uni! ;t Red Dot HCM Indicator SPECIAL! CARLTON TRADITIONAL CHRISTMAS CARDS 17.99 S2.50 BE A CHAMPION I BATTLING TOPS GAME SPECIAL! 3.99 SHULTON DESERT FLOWER GIFT SET HAND BODY LOTION, DUSTING I TOILET WATER SPECIAL! FRAGRANCE FESTIVAL MAX GIFT SET COLOGNE, BATH POWCIR IIUIIIEBATH BY MATTEL- ASSORTED BARBIE P. J. DOLL CLOTHES BY MATTEL FASTEST METAL CARS IN THE WORLDI HOT WHEELS CARS CARLTON GIFT WRAP 6 DECORATIVE ROLLS ROLL FOIL GIFT WRAP 1.49 3 "2.00 'S0" 1.33 PENN WAX-DECORATED CHRISTMAS DEAN MARTIN CHRISTMAS ALBUM lANULCJ 3 00 SfECiAL! I LL SPKiA'.I i COMPLETE KIT _ KODAK 44 INSTAMATIC 0 CAMERA OUTFIT WEST A.S.A. TABLETS III. of TWO SPECIAL! 1.27 TAMBLYN DRUG STORES ALL VALUES EFFECTIVE UNTIL CLOSING SAT. DEC 5th.