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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Mo.idny, December 13, 1971 THE IE1HBPIDGE H5PAID J3 1 i' Ann Landers DEAH ANN LANDERS; We have two adorable grandchil- dren. They mean the world lo us. But we have such a poor relationship with their (both professionals with su- perb educations) that we have given up visiting the children in their tome. Added to that problem, when the youngsters come to see us there is always a scene when their parents come to pick them up. They don't, want to leave. My daughter-in-law is beautiful and talented, but her looks and brilliance are badly overshadowed by her miserable dis- position. She lias completely dominated our son, the way her mother had dominated her father. The girl's parents want nothing to do with Iwr. Sire cannot get along with anyone. Our grandchildren .are, I'm afraid, going to be ruined by this impossible, ill-tempered woman. From time to time, my husband and 1 have had to come up with considerable money to save Ihc'ir poorly selected in- vestments. Instead of gratitude we get abuse. We would not bail them out if we weren't concerned about our darling grandchildren. We fool fin obligation Lo protect their future. Please, Ann, tell us how to maintain a good relationship with our grandchildren in view of the obstacles. My husband and 1 are In Cleveland DEAR B.: It's a mess. 1 can smell it all Ihe way to Chicago. My advice is to avoid conflict with your son and his wife even if it means biting your tongue. Don't criticize them, don't make any suggestions, don't try to train their children, and don't tiy to save their "poorly selected" in vestments. Get over the idea that you can raise these chil- dren. You can't. Their parents are going to be the major influence in their lives, not you and your husband. Just give them plenty of love and affection whenever you have Uie opportunity and enjoy them. DEAJl ANN LANDERS: I'm 22, single, female, no nin- around. I work for a large employees. The cafeteria is pleasant and I eat there every day. I'm a friendly person and say hello lo dozens of people whose names I don't know. Saturday I was shopping downtown. A cloudburst hit as I was waiting for a bus. A familiar face from the cafeteria up in a nice car and asked if I'd like a lift. T said, and hopped in. When I got home Mom was on the front porch. She saw me get out of Ihe car and asked who the man was. I told her I didn'l know his name. She blew her lectured me for 15 minutes about the dangers of riding with strangers. She almost called me a pickup. When dad came home she txjld him. and I got more of the same. Were they wrong? Please settle Passenger BEAK AK: Yup, fhoy were wrong. The man was not a stranger, lie was a familiar face from the cafeteria. But why didn't you get his name when he gave you a ride? It would be nice to greet him personally, between the mac- aroni and the chipped beef. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Does a landlady have the legal right to enter the apartments of her tenants when tlicy are at work or away on vacation? of us has anything of great do we have anything to the idea that this old battle-axe can come in whenever she feels like it and rummage around in the bureau drawers, desk papers, clothes closets (net to mention makes us mad. We don't want to move, so don't suggest it. The location Is ideal and the price is right. What do you Triplets DEAR TRrP: The landlady has the legal right to have a key to your apartment in case of flood, etc.) but she has no right to enter unless there IS an emergency. Some leases tay so. If yours doesn't, perhaps it should before you sign it next time. to success lake care of your guests lly .JKAN SIIAKP (T Women's Kditor TORONTO (CP) real st-i'iTl of siiL'ce.ssfiil entertain- ing is to your guests like children and take care of thwn. Pearl (ii'iieen says: "You must them: 'Ilave you lijul onuupli to oat? Won't yon have another? You must tell Idem the ua.shroom is there-. find say: 'Let nie hang your C'OII I .Mrs. (tcneen Is owner of The Compleat Kitchen, a spe- cialty sfiop. She is a former owner of a cooking school, anil a hostess who once .spont three ilnys cooking nil tin; fowl for a buffet for 'JO people. When you combine people ami food at a party, .she says you should keep your eye on comfort, voui' own and ifiaf of Hairstyling goes unisex., but shared salons illegal POPPING UP THE BALLET Pop art hits the ballel scene at Sadler Wells Theatre in London as members of the Ballet-Theatre Contemporian, the French dance company, re- hearse which is danced to pop music. Children's spring fashion 'dislikes inequality showing EDMONTON CP) C h i 1- dren's clotlics for next spring and summer will be in a wide variety of fashions, but the pre- dominant fabric is knits, says Alex Schwartz of Winnipeg. The president of Ihe Western Canada Children's Wear Market where Western retailers place their orders for the coming sea- Sim's clothes, sajd knits have come into their own in chil- dren's wear rrainly because of their wash-and-wear ability. Mancfacturers at the five-day market were showing a lot of the t.rouser look, for girls as well as boys. now in Edmonton There's plenty of color being shown, too. but also is plentiful, Mr. Schwartz said. "That's probably because Uie nautical look is appearing in quite a few lines and so it's white with navy or. sometimes, white and red." Fabrics arc highly patterned is the term with stripes, checks and doLs all on one outfit in some instances. Mr. Schwartz said stretch terry cloth also is beginning to be used widely for bigger chil- dren as as toddlers and infants. cLccal 'ji BINGO RAINBOW HALL noi Ave. N. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14th at 8 p.m. Jackpot in 56 Nos., 2nd Jackpot In 58 Nos. Free and Gomes, 25t per Card, 5 Cards 3 Free Games Door Prize No Children Under 16 Years Sponsored By A.U.U.C. Association For a great Christmas Gift Idea and easy winter clothes care see this GENERAL ELECTRIC Tau Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, will meet at 8 p.m. on Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Sylvia 'Feterson, 1312 St. An- drews Hoad North. Co-hostess is Mrs. Marg Sanford. The pro- gram Absolute Music will be presented by Mrs. Bev Perldns and Mrs, Liz Schroeder. Kappa members of Beta Sigma Phi will hold a Christ- mas party on Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Irene Mack, R09 Stafford Drive. Members are asked to remem- ber gifts for the mental health organization. Sigma Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, will hold its Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Joan Amiable. 1015 12 St. B. S. on Tuesday at 8 p.m. Mrs. Audrey Baines will be the guest speak er. Members on leave of ab- sence are invited to attend and are reminded to bring a gift lo exchange. The next speaker in the scries of Discussions on Child Development will be Dr. Law- rence K o t kas, psychiatrist, whose topic will be Growing out of the Family. This meeting will be held at p.m. Tues- day, at the Hcd Cross Building, 1120 7 Ave. S. The literature department of the Mathesis Club will meet with Mrs. M. .7. Gibson, 546 20 St. S. on Tuesday at p.m. Miss Lillian Evenoff will be the hostess for the next meet- ing of Preceptor Eta Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi. on Tuesday, and Mrs. I. W. Swanson. presi- dent, will present her program at this meeting. OTTAWA (CP) Josina Jadan is Ottawa's one-woman t shoemaker, a Yugoslav-born Canadian who arrived in 1957 j and began footwear designing and shoemaking. A student of her trade in the Croatian city of Zagreb for six years, Mrs. Jadan found busi-! ness good here, after a difficult beginning. With four school-age sons lo support, and her husband ill, she works long hours. "I deal with she j says. "Some people have trou-! ble with arch support: others' have a very wide or short foot and they cannot buy in the stores." Many customers need individ- ual design for their shoes. Area hospitals recommend her to people for orthopedic work. So does the Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society. "To deal with Canadians is delightful. You tell them the price, they pay you. They never complain." The shoemaker says she can copy any design from a picture, or make her own creations, and her clients know that if the shoe needs adjusting, she will do it at their convenience. Although she loves Canada, Mrs. Jadan says she dislikes the inequality of women here as far as jobs and pay are concerned. She says her native country has the right idea of equality, %rhere women and men fought side by side during the Second World i i War. i XKW YORK (APi Sonic beauty parlors here are becom- ing a "his-and-her" affair these days, with men and women sharing the same salon for their unisex hairstyles. Because of legal complica- tions, it is technically impossi- ble in New York slate for ;i man and a lu have their hair clone in the same place at the same time. But this hasn'1 prevented sal- ons that previously catered to one sex or Ihe other from ex- panding their clientele. Some .stylists simply went under- ground, styling both sexes' hair on an informal basis. "If one of my regular clients says she wants me to do her husband's hair, I'll do said a stylist at one expensive salon, "but he usually comes in after hours mid I charge her double and do bis hair for free. "That way it's technically all on a friendly busi- ness.1' Other shops describe them- selves for men. but specialize in simple, .shay styles that require only setting or fancy encourage both sexes. One of the few shops that's out in the open is Michel de Paris. A Frenchman. Michel origi- nally was a barber but decided lo open a beauty salon when lie cyme to the United States. Re- cently, encouraged by the num- ber of women who complained that their husbands couldn't get a good haircut, Michel applied for and received a barber's lic- ense, allowing him to ait men's as well as women's hair. To satisfy the technicalities of the law, Michel takes appoint- ments for women only before 3 p.m. and men only after 15 p.m. There are special chairs. diyers, shampoos and setting lo- tions for the men, some of whom, Michel said, get a per- manent wave or a set complete with rollers. Don't I be men fee! embar- rassed at the idea of going to a j beauty parlor? ''Some of the older ones do." M ic h r said, "but not ihe younger "And besides, ail the men want lo lool; their Why can't men and women sit .side by side under the dryer? A spokesman for the state.1 scerelary of slate, whose office licenses beauty salons and bar- bcr shops, explained that hair- I dressers are allowed to cut and I style female hair only. Barbers i are rot allowed to color or otherwise treat women's hair. your Don't invite 10 jK'-oplc lo ;i sit-down dinner if you can only accommodate eight. "Choor-c the food that fits serving dishes. There is no use serving a gorgeous somcthing-or-niher if you ha- ven'! got a plate to put it on. "If you know your guests well and know their prefer- ences, you should have some- thing KI meet those prcfer- "Xevcr look (is if you nre running out of anything. Don't pile on the plates, leave .soim- on tin1 serving plate. "M> UMialiy pours tin- wine as we sil down. If your gues'.s nre close friends and yon haven't a lot of room, pns> the wine bottle around afic'r that. If you do have to pa.-s it rather than serve if. it's easier to pour if you de- rant it. Otherwise, serve it from the bottle." y'.v says th-'re should be tv.o hdtilos nf wine for eight, people. They should be seen to pivtj Ihe guests confidence that the hostess is not running ou'. of Ihings. N'KVKIl SOAK Never soak fabrics lliat are not color-fast. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes t's going to be o Icing conversation.. .She just changed ears." UKRAINIAN GREEK-ORTHODOX CHURCH BASEMENT Cor. 13lh Street and 7th Avenue N. PUBLIC BINGO EVERY TUESDAY p.m. DOORS OPEN P.M. DOOR PRIZE FREE CARDS FREE GAMES BINGO CARDS 25c CACH 5 CARDS 51.00 BLACKOUT IN 54 NUMBERS OR LESS (Jockpot Increases S5 Weekly) S25 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 of age allowed Wilh features like 3 Temperature Selection Safety Start Switch Permanent Piers Cycle Automatic Cool Down Porcela-n Tub Porcelain Top 3 Way Venting CHRISTMAS GIFT SPECIAL Design conscious MONTREAL (CP) sur- i vey completed by tire University i of Sherbrooke's business admin- i t isl ration school during the re-; cent Montreal Furniture Market i [indicates young, married i i French-Canadian couples prefer i modern, but not avant-garde, I furniture and are not par-! ticularly concerned with price, j The majorily said they placed design, quality and style ahead of monetary considerations! when choosing furniture. Not Ai MATCHING 2 SPEED AUTOMATIC What are you waiting for? You con join Weight bfi on your way to a slimmer figure. APPLIANCE TV CENTRE 812 4th Ave. S. Phono 328-1673 328-1332 Across from Enorson'.% Downtown Showroom Grain Taken In Trade! PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS IETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstmrll EVERY THURS-8 p.m. "The Store Where Ladies Shop for Men" A being thrilled irhcn be comes home from d long business A PAIR OF FLORSHEIM SHOES SUp-oni, oxford and boot styici in the newest shciHcs. In Doubt About Give a Gentlemen Gift Certificate 314 7th St. S. Phono 327-2232 Meets: Tuesdays p.m. and p.m ST. AUGUSTINE'S ANGLICAN CHURCH lllh STREET tind 4th AVENUE SOUTH ionic l.ilkins, some IMeninR, .ind .1 profirjm works." IS Open Tliurs. find Fri. Until p.m. IN IETHBRIDGE: 613 4th Avenue South Telephone 328-421.1 ;