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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers Dear Ann My mother is constantly calling me etc I must be all these things because she says them over and over. Tonight she started to cut me down again I didn't say but I got so angry I hated her My anger gave way to tears and suddenly I realiz- ed it wasn't my mother I but myself I know parents aren't to blame for but it's hard to retain self confidence when someone as important as your mother is constantly belittling you It would help if the put-downs'were balanced by a little but praise from her is unheard of. I've stopped trying to share m.y ex- periences with her because she has' a way of turning the most important events in my life into trivial matters. I'll never stop trying to be more thoughtful and con- but it's awfully hard to be your best self when your own mother keeps telling you you're worthless A Nothing Daughter Dear Your letter is a cry for help if I ever heard ane I hope your mother got the message. Dear Ann How does one decide which to give to7 While I have a good income and no dependents I can't give to everything. When I read THE BETTER HALF about frauds and crooks it dampens my enthusiasm for any kind of giving because I don't know what is legitimate. 'You must receive hundreds of appeals. Can you tell me please how a person can know what to give to put it another on what basis should a person Richard J. Of Kansas Dear R. Most people give to causes in which they have a special stake If you've lost a dear one to you might be more inclined to donate to The American Cancer or a medical school that is doing cancer research The same for heart or kidney disease. We all know the Red Feather Community Chests and United Fund Cam- paigns are 100 per cent legitimate and deserve the support of every citizen. The fund raising .appeals to beware of are the unfamiliar ones Check with the Better Business Bureau if you are in doubt. Don't flunk your chemistry test. Love is more than one set of glands calling to another. If you have trouble making a dis- tinction you need Ann's or Sex and How To Tell the Send a self addressed envelope with your request and 35 cents in coin to Ann P.O. Box 111. 60654. Old books hold special fascination Mark 50th anniversary Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Dickie of Lethbridge celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary preceeded with an open house which was held in the summer. The couple has eight Gloria Joy Mary Lou Betty Linda Andrew and Dallene Foss. Members of the family at- tended the anniversary from the United States and Canada. In and out of town CALGARY By the time you read I will be The note falls from the pages of a book now in the hands of a second-hand book dealer. Whether it was ever found by the person to whom it was addressed or whether its author ever carried out his intention remains a mystery Another The Art of has inscribed on its flyleaf the with love that I feel but some- how can't give E Such personal touches are part of the attraction of old books. Those who frequent Calgary's nine second-hand book stores will list in- the slightly musty smell of age and the feel of an old leatherbound the success of find- ing an out-of-print and the pocket-jingling bar- gain of 12 paperbacks for a dollar. Philip owner-man- ager of the Golden West book has founded or owned three different used book stores in Calgary and has been involved in establishing others in Victoria and B.C. SEEK RARE BOOKS in used books is an interesting he said we attract a fascinating clientele. more educated a per- son the more he frequents used book stores because that's the only place he can obtain out-of-pnnt editions on specialized The owner of a used book store must buy stock when it is which accounts for the fact that many second- hand book stores have exten- sive basements and storage areas. and selling pat- terns vary through the Mr. Moxley said buy more books in the winter and sell more in the summer. biggest input comes when people spring-clean or and from estates In July and August we sell vast quantities of books to people going on He said the books them- selves are one of the most in- triguing aspects of the busi- ness Being they have more character and are likely to contain a bookmark pressed matches and toilet paper are commonly used to mark a Mr Moxley said There are other like the seemingly normal volume which had been adapted to conceal a tiny or the one which housed a velvet-lined jewel box Contrary to popular used books seldom contain money. Only once did Mr Moxley find money in a and that was only a one-dollar bill. The books themselves can be valuable One second-hand book shop in the city reports selling a single volume for as much as tends to be a 'do it' town rather than a collec- ting Mr. Moxley said. books that really sell here are things like How to Drill an Oil or How to Fix Your Car PREFERS LANDSCAPES Chile The military governor of Cautm province banned pinup calendars with the is more worthwhile to ad- mire a good landscape than a photograph of a nude woman Joe Gifts for HIM and HER 0 Bowling Shoes Curling Boots Winter Boots Slippers Oxfords and Dress Shoes Purses Gift Certificates FOOT NOTES by JOE GREEN'S SHOES Downtown on Sixth Street He just won't co-operate unless I wear shoes from JOE GREEN'S Open Thursday till 9 p.m. By Barnes us know if you decide to stop Mrs. so our treasurer can make appropriate slashes in our Keep Christ in Christmas Inserted by Knights of Columbus The Active 20-30 Club of Lethbridge will provide up to for a publicity campaign for the Big Brother program in the city. The program is designed to match fatherless boys between the of six and 17 with men willing to spend time with them The club will also provide transportation for adults at Sunrise Ranch to skating at the Adams Ice Centre Wednesday evenings. Miss Belts bride- elect of Dr Ray Kariat- was honored with a miscellaneous shower held at the home of Mrs. E. Mel Fredericks. Co-hostesses were Mrs D D Mona Young and Mrs A S Fumer- ton. Out-of-town guests included Mrs. M. Karia mother of the Mrs Reiko Kajiwan of Campbell B C Terry Kariat- suman of Picture Butte and Phyllis Dunn of Medicine Hat want to make a friend for HOOVER Appliances and Detergent CONTEST WINNER Share your family with a foster child Winner of the Hoover Appliances and Detergent Contest le MRS. MARY KURUCZ of 1736 10th Avenue Lethbridge Mrs Kurucz is pictured above being congratulated by Mr. Ernie General Manager of Hoyt's Hardware on her win of a Hoover Washer and Matching Dryer. The contest was sponsored by the Hoover Company and Detergent in We're looking for some very special people Foster parents People who can take troubled children into their homes and help them regain their confidence in themselves People who can reassure neglected and maltreated youngsters People who can understand the problems of boys and girls with mental and physical handicaps People who can extend unfailing patience and affection to seemingly unresponsive teenagers. HEALTH SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT There are some children in Alberta who desperately need these special people Children through no fault of their have been denied a normal and happy family life If you think you can help by sharing your please give us a call We offer no material rewards other than an allowance for the child's health care and tuition The true reward is yours to find in making a friend life BE A POSTER PARENT CALL 327-4501 COLLECT ;