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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers limpse at the royal family shows Anne swinging pop fan DEAR ANN LANDERS: I was interested in the letter from the girl who said her father's snoring was music to her earl because when she heard him snore she knew he was safe at home and his presence always gave her security. I am surprised you didn't go into a little more detail in your should have told the girl that not all snoring 4 offensive-and that her father's snoring must have had a pleasant sound. I have been married four times so I m some- thing ef an authority on the subject. And, to keep this letter completely honest, I confess I've heard some snoring between a "wealth of experience I can tell you the sound of snoring can be as varied as speaking voices. My husband had a truly n-.elodic snore-it sort of ran up and down the scale. I loved it. My second husband had a buzz-saw snore with a whistle in it. It drove me crazy. (I think that s why I divorced him.) Husband number three didn't snore, but he talked all night-which was worse. That marriage lasted three months. My present husband has a soft, pleasant snore, sort of like a cat purring. It doesn't bother me at all. I have asked all my husbands if I snore and they said yes The only one who disliked my snoring was the third husband whose snoring I loathed. So I think that perhaps whether snoring bothers a mate is in some way related to one s feelings about that person generally. Am I DEAR TAL: You are right indeed. The whole story is in your second to the last sentence. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Am I losing my mind? Here are the facts: My husband is impossible, yet I pretend to love him. He is cheating on me left and right, yet I pretend everything is just fine. He is a lousy father. I pretend not to notice. He says cruel and insulting things to me in the presence of family and friends. I pretend not to hear. To be perfectly honest, I hate him. I work but I cannot support myself and our two children on my salary. Must I spend the rest of my life with a man who turns me off the' minute he steps into the house? It is impossible to talk to him. He knows everything. Also, he is a terrific liar. Am I crazy to go on lik this? Even the children are aware that he is not like other fathers. What do you MacBeth In Lexington DEAR LANDY: I suggest you separate from this man be- fore you end up at the Funny Farm. See a lawyer and ask him to outline a husband's legal responsibilities, then perhaps you'll be less frightened. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Why do parents insist on hanging a millstone around the neck of a defenseless son by saddling him with the same name as his dad or his grandfather or, heaven help the poor kid, make him be The Thirc or even The Fourth? In our neighbor's family, it is nothing short of ludicrous. If you'd yell "Jim" in the house next door during a family dinner, four people would answer. If a boy isn't as bright or as athletic or as popular as his dad, and he has the same name, there are always comparisons. I've said it before am I'll say it again, show me a Junior and I'll show you the son of an egomaniac. If a boy has his dad's last name tha should be enough. Right? Gripe DEAR L.G.: You picked a nice question to ask ME. My boss is Marshall Field The Fifth. Thanks a lot. It sc happens I don't agree with you. Most Juniors have nicknames that set them apart from Pa James can be Jim, or Jimmy or Jay or Jamie, etc. The Store for ladies who shop for men! jj sVf I I I? Jim suggests A DRESS SHIRT for the man on your list by Arrow, Forsyth, or BVD. Choose from new Plain shades and Geo- metric patterns. A NEW TIE to compliment the shirt. ISLAND NATIVE The Ipswich sparrow nests e clusively on Sable Island, N.S By CAROL KENNEDY CONDON (CP) Princess nne has a "shouting-point mper" and when she is in an perious mood, the Bucking- m Palace staff refer to her nong themselves as "Ma- m." But the Queen's 21-year-old aughter is also a swinging pop n who "baths to pop, eats to p and goes to bed to pop." mong friends, her favorite ex- essions are "fab" nd and she is far ss snobbish about her social e than manv debs from less mincnt homes. A country doctor's son who let her at a party was astoun- ed when she suggested that he all her up sometime at the alacc. He ('id so with some trepidation, was immediately ut through to Princess Anne's uite and she promptly invitee im to a family dinner party t Windsor Castle. These and many other glimp- es of the Royal Family off uly are given in a new book ailed Royal Sporting Lives, by ournalist Uwen Robyns, pub- ishcd by Hamish Hamilton. Despite its title, the book alf text, half photographs anges beyond the Royal Fam ly's Sporting activities to cov r the whole home life of the Queen and her immediate cir le, the Queen Mother, Princess largaret, the Kents and the Jloucesters. ?ASTES SIMPLE Most of the family, except or Princess Margaret and her )hctographer husband, share .he Queen's simple, country astes, preferring to spend their eisure hours walking, horse- >ack riding, surrounded by chil- dren, dogs and horses far from the metropolitan whirl. The Queen, still known to her immediate family by her child- hood nickname of Lilibet, de- scribes herself as "a country person" and enjoys every as- pect of running her rural states at Windsor, Balmoral and Sandringham. During her daily morning stint of work on state papers, her favorite relaxation at odd moments is the Daily Tele- graph crossword, and she has a keen interest in worf games and jigsaw puzzles. Few of the royal women are as domesticated as some of their continental counterparts. The Queen's culinary expertise is limited to mixing salads at Balmoral barbecue picnics, and Princess Anne's to helping Prince Philip with the steaks. The Queen prefers simple Eng- lish cooking and dislikes all kinds of shellfish, while Anne's pet hate is peas. The Queen Mother is still ex- tremely Scottish in her person lily, says Gwen Robyns, even tier 49 years of living mainly the south of England. Unlike ._r granddaughter Anne, who annot hear walking and takes er bicycle even for a short rip to the stables, UK elder Queen Elizabeth loves walking lone to recharge her energies. Come the first nip of au- tumn, she heads for the Castle if Mey on the windswept' Pent- and Firth in northern Scot- and "my little as she calls it, which she bought n a near-derelict state in 195? vie has lovingly restored to a c I sy ctAintry home. Even more of a horse-racing fan than the Queen, the Queen Mother has had a combined licker-tape and loud-speaker service installed in her London home, Clarence House, which gives her the sanre daily rac- ing information as that relayed to bookmakers and betting shops throughout the country. Author Robyns says Princess Margaret is "undoubtedly the best-read of all the members of the Royal keeping up with contemporary biographies. The Queen prefers to relax with television while the Queen Mother favors thrillers and magazines like Country Life, The Field and The Connoisseur. Margaret is not as sport- minded as the rest of the fam- ily, but she is the only mem- ber to have become proficient at water-skiing. A friend has said of her that she is "one ol the very few witty women in England. It is a lost art, but she could hold her own at any dinner party in the world where wit, and I don't mean bitchi- ness, is encouraged." Her husband, Lord Snowdon, likes working late at night in Ms. basement workshop in Kensington Palace, often changing into what he calls his "functional clothes" after din ner guests have gone tome, and working far into the early hour: at his "arpenter's bench. A frustrated architect wh failed his final exams, Snmvdoi likes designing structures, firs making models rather thai sketches. Sophia Loren a good cook LODI, Italy (AP) Sophia says at heart she is a ypical Neapolitan y, a good cook. To prove her Mint, the actress has written a wok on cooking called In the Citchen witl Love. In it is husband Carlo Ponti's :avorite, green peppers stutfed with spaghetti. Her love of cooking hasn't kept her from appearing in 50 movies. She filmed Mortadella in New York this summer and then came to Italy to act the role of a nun nurse in The Sin. Now she's starting The Man of la Mancha, to be follow- ed by Anna Karenina in the Soviet Union. She wrote the book, with 300 recipes, while idle in a Swiss hospital expecting her first child. She probably won't write another one "unless I have an- other child." Thunday, Dotlmber 3, 1971 THl LETHBUDOH HWAID 2S Children's toys needed Children's toys and games arc required by the Youth Ac- tivities Council for the Mental- ly Retarded. The group is planning a Christmas party Dec. 14 for 30 mentally retarded children, and would appreciate donations of usable toys and games so each liild can receive a present. Donations may be made by contacting Youth Activities Council president Rita May- nard, at 1508 4th Ave. N. (328- '73) or Clair Forcstell at 1404 8th Ave. S. The Youth Activities Council JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday Evening, December 2nd Sponsored by ladiet' Aid of SI. Peter nnd St. Paul't Church STARTS P.M. SHARP-PARISH HAIL CORNER 12th STREET B AND 7th AVENUE NORTH Jackpot Starts at and is Won Every Thursday 5th-7 No. Jockpot Pot o' Gold 25C PER CARD OR 5 FOR Sl.OO ALSO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZE Persons under 16 years not allowed is a group of 15 young mostly students, between ages of 10 and 25. Each Satur- day afternoon the members vis- it the Dorothy Gooder School for Retarded Children ttd spend the afternoon with boys and girls going to showi, basketball games, bowling, to- bogganing and similar activi- ties. The group's finances arc )hn- ited. Donations of toys games are needed if the Christ- mas party is to be a compleU success. s better way to dean your fridge 3 tablespoons Cow Brand per quart of warm water: removes stains removes odors leaves no odor ol its own leaves no film So safe and effective it's recommended by leading refrigerator manufacturers. Send for free recipe and household hint booklet, toi Church Dwight Ltd., Sun Life Building, Montreal, Quebec. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes MEN'S WEAR LTD. S g 314 7th St. S. Phone 327-2232 E Open Thurs. and Fri y Til p.m. still think your playing that thing had something to do with starting World War II." TRAVELLERS' SAMPLES IN CHINA, GLASSWARE AND GIFTS SELLING AT LESS THAN WHOLESALE PRICES THURS., DEC. 2, FRI., DEC. 3 AND SAT., DEC. 4 15" DINNERWARE GprlrSanded EaCh 1.79 304 On The Second Floor To Save You More SANDY'S JEWELLERY 304 5th St. S. Phone 327-4625 PRE-CHRISTMAS SALE! IMPORTED YARNS SAVINGS UP TO MRS. E. LEPPARD December 2nd, 3rd and 4lh only! NO IAY-AWAYS OR REFUNDSI CAROUSEL KNITTING SHOP 541 5th St. S., Uthbrldga SEARS SIMPSONS Beautiful Fragrant Gifts for llie Woman on Your list 2.5 oz. Clianiilly Spray Mist......... Chantilly Cream Sachet 3.75 The Magnificent Four Chantilly...... Mnicriabelli Duel Windsong, Golden Aulumn 4.50 Cachet Spray Misl 4.50 and 6.50 Wind Song Spray Misl 5.50 White Shoulders Cologne White Shoulders Body tolion While Shoulders Bath Soap......... 3-50 Taliu Spray Cologne and Bath Powder 5.25 Tabu, 20 Carats, Ambush Colognes 4.50 15 French Miniatures Perfumes 4.95 .0 9 p.m. C.n.m Village. Telephone 328-9231 STORE HOURS; Op.n Dally 9 a.m. .o p.m. Thur.day and Friday 9 a ;