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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, December THE LFTHB1IDCE HERALD 13 Ann Landers DEAK ANN LANDERS: I am driving 30 miles to mail tills letter. I'd die it anyone knew about my problem. I have been married seven months and my husband has never seen me without makeup. I do my face twice a day once at noon and again before I go lo bed at night. It takes me about tii minutes including hair-coming. I just learned that 1 am pregnant and I'm very excited about it. I realize, however, that with a brand new baby I won't have so much free time. Also I admit 1 am getting awfully tired playing the role of the 24-hour beauty. It's darned ex- hausting. My problem is, Ann, I look like a totally different person with my makeup off. I hate for my husband to sec how plain I really am. Do you have any advice for me? To Unmask DEAR AFRAID: Something is drastically wrong with your marriage if you are so dependent on makeup that you are afraid to face your husband without it. Also, something is drastically wrong with your makeup if it makes you look like a different person. I hope tile new baby will give you the confidence you need to remove ycur makeup at night and leave it off until or unless you are going somewhere. Also, I suggest that you get professional counselling on the use of makeup. Cosmetics should help to accentuate your best features instead of making you look like a different person. DEAR ANN LANDERS: We've been man-led ten years and have four children. The problem is my parents. They have been coming to our house every Sunday for the last two years when we moved lo this neighborhood. My mother takes over the conversation and always manages to get into an argument with my husband. He told me the other day that he is sick of it and I don't blame him. Gerry works hard six days a week and Sunday is the only day he can relax and enjoy his family. Is it fair that we have lo have my folks here every single Sunday? How can I gel the message across without driving tliem away forever? Texas Woes DEAR TEMP: Hake plans for next Sunday. Inform your mother that you'll be away. Two weeks later the same. Two weeks after that get on a new footing "We'll let you know, etc." Your Sundays will never be your own unless you break the cycle. It's a mistake to let anyone assume they have a weekly invitation unless you really want them that often. Yeah this goes for parents, too. DEAR ANN LANDERS: O.K. So a wife is supposed to forgive her husband who cheats in Vietnam. Ann Landers says so. you put it. While iier soldier husband is finding compan: ship and solace overseas what is SHE supposed to do? And don't give me that old raid-Victorian eyewash about a man's needs being greater than a woman's. You know better. The quetion is this: If she does likewise, is she to be forgiven too? A yes or a no will do. The Scarlet Letter DEAR SCARLET: The answer is yes. Thanks for making my Saturday work easy. Confidential to Marijuana Beat; sorry, you're wrong. Gene Krupa, one of the greatest, drummers of all time said pot did nothing for his musical ability ii only loused him up. new is a former SAINT JOHN, N'.B. 'CT> granted that what I'm fining i> The wjvcs of some polilit-al parroting Hob. No one? uiors art- seldom seen, 'knows bolter than that Hut Rosemary Ilicgins. wife have ideas of my own." of Robert J. JJiggins who was; Many arc impressed with her treled leader of the New enorgy and enlhiisiii.sin. Brunswick Liheral party in Or poi.sed and confident v.i II. lober, wants an active role in 4tl gainul confidents her husband's political life. .'tround for nomrlhing to up ihr slack time that 1 most women face at this she said He (in that year as Miss Canada and i! has stood me in flood si cad. After a year (if con'Jmial expo- sure to strangers, and in crowils cl.'iv after day. yon either is expected to as be takes up -.itioi] leader in runswick legislature. or you're "It's an ideal .situation for said the former Miss Can- da of I960, a honey-blonde who st mils five feet, eight inehe.s. 'With Bob's election as leader of the Liberal party, my hobby, politics, takes on a more irnpor- With her eh i Wren away must [ant role than ever in my life. It of the day, the in ki 1 cCDS me with my children and Miv. Higgins fim 1 involves me with my husband and I don't have lo leave home I that much." The Iliggins home, a modern bungalow in north-end Saint j John, is a busy spot four j children, Helen Ann, I Bobby, Lenny and Andrew, and a dog, Oakie. But a political campaign add? its own confusion. every election, this house seems to end up being a head- i .said Mrs. Higgins. 1 in on the phone constantly i and after a while. I begin to feel! luLl without a phone up to my i She is an effective political j organizer and travelled through- out the province before the lead i ersliip convention. One of her big problems convincing people she had an independent point of view. 'I've a tendency to expound mv own ideas and More I i know it, people are taking it for 1 I ?J ilfilll y A f I calendar o'- local na so. But what about the woman's "physcial needs" as KEY TO CITY Joan Ann Bloir- Miss Teen Canada, receives a key to Fort Worth ut it. While her soldier husband is finding companion- fronl R' M' Stoval1 os >he 17-year-old Riverview, New Brunswick, girl arrives to take part in judging the llth annual Miss Teenage America pageant. ana out f o, BINGO RAINBOW HALL sih N. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7th at 8 p.m. Itt Jackpol 560 in 55 Nos., 2nd Jackpot in 57 Nos. Free and Games, 25t per Card, 5 Cards SI.00 3 Free Games Door Prize No Children Under 16 Years Sponsored By A.U.U.C. Association town Mothers! If you would like, keep fit and swim classes have _ morning off to catch up on now finished for this session. I all Christmas s h o p p i n g bat Watch for new classes starting ge i don't want to drag along the! up again in the New Year Cluh will hold a meeting at Thp YWC'J will' V v> __ _ i nine ones me mil, Volleyball babysit for you 9 lo 12 a.m. the! Ths volleyball classes except! 9th of December. This mil be a i Hamilton, 'have ended but new free service, so if yon are in- classes will co terestcd, phone the V and mskc I Christmas. p.m. Monday in the Park Plaza. Dick Batcman, Jolin Hogg, Bill Brown, Art Sanford and Bill Olesky will conduct a program of impromptu humor- The Lelhbridge Family S'.'r- luce will hold its next dis-j ctission on child development i I at p.m. Tuesday in the Red j 1 Cross Building. 1120 7 Ave. S. Featured speaker will be Dr. i Doug McPherson, pediatrician i 1 who will talk on changes in' adolescence. Baby sitting ser- 1 vice provided, and everyone I welcome. i Kappa members of Bel a i Sigma Phi will hold a Christ- mas parly on Tuesday, Dee. M at 7 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Irene Mack, 809 Stafford Drive. Members are asked to remem- ber lo bring gifts for the Men-: tal Health Association. i ACTIVE ROLE Mrs. Robert Higgins wife of the New Brunswick Liberal leader, is shown with her husband at liie recent leadership conversion at which he was elected. Mrs. Higgins, Miss Canada of 1960, soyi she wants an active role in her husband's political life. LAST CHANCE THiS WEEK TO BUY AVON THIS WEEK FOR CHRISTMAS PHONE YOUR REPRESENTATIVE or 328-7424 j oils speeches. Chairman for the commence again The Anne Campbell Singers' dress rehearsals for the Sing- ing Tree, will be bold Tuesday your reservation. The number j Bridge The final afternoon i from 4 7 p.m. and Thursday evening will be Gerrv Wright, I 1S i bridge session will be held this i from 4 p.m. Tlrey will be held with Eric Campbell "as toast- If llavc an-v donations of i Wednesday afternoon at Ihc at the Vales Centre in prc- i master Members may bring Ume or .sa'cable clothing or ar- j YWCA from 2 to 1 p.m. paralion for the concerts j wives and guests: and any in- ticlcs plense contact the New w Tlif Ideal jterested persons are inviled lo i To ou at I attend 1 Triangles Girls 8-12 j 2 lo p.m. years at the following schools: Synchronized Westminster, Tuesday, to p.m. Agnes Davidson. Tuesday. 7 Gift! ''s t" 8 p.m. Fled wood Bawden. Wcdncs- Tiny Tots Creative i Sunday, Dec. 12. At tile Civic Centre, Thursday, Ladies of the Orange Lodge Iwimming i win meet at the Canadian Fritz Sirk Pool. Tuesday, Western Natural Gas Co. audi- to S p.m.: Thursday, 6 to torium at p.m. Tuesday p.m. ror thr-jr- December mccling Yoga The final for; and gift exchange. this session of yoga will be at SEWING MACHIN MODEL 707 Check These And Compare: Mini-malic por'ohlp Open Ann i Speed Motor Automatic tension Built-in Button Holer Built-in Blind Hcmmer Clip on Sewing Feet Complete with Carrying Case day. 7 to p.m. St. Basil's, Wednesday, (i to 7 p.m. Lakeview, Thursday. to S! '.Senator Buchanan, Thursday, 'I0n look lo nf- a 7 to r, p m I this thc Thursday, 7 lo Si p m j Babysitting is available at all 'Y'teens for girls 13-14 ve.-rs. I Also M VWCA meet Wednesday at Westmin-1 h.ivu taken part ster 7 to R p.m. i ln "lc Programs don t forget "ITCHING TORMENT Was Killing Me.. P' Junior Gymnastics This is the final week for this session: Allan Watson, Tuesday, 7 to 8 p.m. Wilson Junior High, Thurs- day. to p.m. Agnes Davidson. Saturdny morning. 10 to 11 a.m. Keep Fit and Swim All Doccinbcr 11. tllD ClvJC Ccnln' seven o'cioc-k -rnVV." Sufferers of vaginal Itch, rectal Itch, underarm Itrti. rash, scales, eczcnin report n proven formulation cailr-d BiCOZE.N'E Ktojjs ItchinR apony far.1. Irritating bacteria, stinging .Tticl burnlns while It Kently tender, inflamed tissue. In Kecor.ds to fcratcii stops. So for v.-elcome jelief, relP.ICOZENEalyoiirdruKKlst, FREE CHRISTMAS BONUS YOUR CHOICE OF WORTH OF MATERIAL SUPPLIED BY BAKER'S FABRIC CENTRE PUBLIC BiNGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS-8 p.m. UKRAINIAN GREEK-ORTHODOX CHURCH BASEMENT Cor. 13th Street and 7th Avenue N. PUBLIC BINGO EVERY TUESDAY p.m. DOORS OPEN P.M. DOOR PRIZE FREE CARDS FREE GAMES EINGO CARDS 25c EACH 5 CARDS BIACKOUT IN 53 NUMBERS OR LESS (Jackpot Increases Weekly) JACKPOT in 7 Numbers or Less Two seven numbers or less jackpot each SPECIAL BONUS _ CHRISTMAS PRIZES 'TIL CHRISTMAS Sorry No person under 16 years ot age allowed APPLIANCE TV CENTRE 812 4th Ave. S. ACROSS FROM ENERSON'S DOWNTOWN SHOWROOM PHONE 328-1673 328-1332 M l.A. TO F.O.E. Monday, Dec. 6 JACKPOT 5150 55 NOS. "20 ALARM BINGO" Gold Card Pay Douhlrt Door Pri7e-Freo Cardi (Mnny other extras) Regular Cards 25c or 5 lor 13th St. nnd 6lh Avo. 'A' N. No children under 16 IN LETHBRIDGE: 613 4th AVENUE SOUTH To'enhono 328-42M ;