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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta A continuing struggle Wednesday, 16, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 23 part three Family life education By LEROY ANGLE Lethbridge Family Service CO FAll we have discussed briefly the slruggle John has had to develop inde- pendence and maturity while he was yet at home. Last time we indicated that this was a strug- gle ho and his parenls would have to cope with as long as he remained at home. But John's struggle for mat- urity did not end when lie left home, though he had sometimes thought that it would. But when the time came and John did leave home, he soon found that he had brought his lack of self- confidence, his feelings of infer- iority, and his timidity along with Mm. He found that, though he expected gre; changes in himself when he lef home, he was still basically the same person. He became tens and his mouth got dry when hi boss at work came around. Hi feeling of being inferior to his fellow workers seemed unshake- able, even though he could d his work well. As time passed, John eventu ally met Mary whom he cam to love and marry. During th time of their courtship they fe! that they ideally suitcc for one another. They had few problems and did not sense any weakness in their relationship However, they slowly have come to realize that John is still insecure and lacks self confidence. Getting married Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: What kind of world are we living in anyway? Almost everybody I know has been mugged, slugged, burglarized, had a purse snatched or a wallet lifted. Twenty years ago we never even locked our doors at night. Today 1 wouldn't dare walk after dark from the bus stop to my apartment, even though it's less than two blocks. I am a widow who lives alone. In the last three months four tenants in this buulding have had their apartments broken into. Please tell me (and millions of others) what a woman should do if she suddenly finds herself face to face with an intruder. (My next door neighbor opened the door at noon for a man who said he was a building She was bound, gagged and robbed. Another woman's apart- ment was entered at 4 a.m. by a man who had a passkey. She was robbed and raped. What is the answer? Should I buy a gun? In Case DEAR JUST: Don't buy a gun. Too many people have guns already this is part of the problem. Furthermore, if the intruder sees you have a gun he might use his gun, even though he didn't plan to. A woman alone, if she is in bed, should stay there and feign sleep until the intruder leaves. Then she should call the police. If she is up and around she should hand over the money and jewelry without a word. It is impossible to know if the intruder is on drugs, a fugitive from a mental hsopital, or an inexperienced kid pilling his first job. No possession is worth a bullet in the head or a knife in the heart. Here are some preventive measures: Have double locks cham-slotted protection on front and back doors. If you live on the ground floor, iron window bars will serve to dis- courage prowlers. Never open the door for an unexpected caller. Do NOT, repeat do NOT leave money or jewelry lying around. It can tempt a delivery or maintenance person to return later and make a killing both literally and fig- uratively. Make sure your valuables are insured. You will then not feel inclined to risk your life to save them. And don't for- get one of the best deterrents of all the watchdog. Confidential To Growing Gray Waiting: I know of no cure for the forever tardy. It has been said that punctuality is the loneliest of all virtues and I believe it. I would, however, prefer to be kept waiting twenty minutes than to have others wait five minutes for me. like leaving home, did not alter the fundamental personality characteristics which have been evident from his childhood. But Mary does not want a submissive and obedient hus- band. She wants (yes, even needs) a man who is decisive, self-confident, and aggressive. To her consternation she finds that he is submissive to her, as Ire was to his parents be- fore. Only now he builds up hos- tility and resentment in the sit- uation, because he does not want to be dominated. He re- sents being manipulated. He wants to respect himself as a free and independent person who is the equal of Mary, and is respected as such. For a while Mary thought John would change. Her love and encouragement would make him the kind of man she wants. However, as the years go by, she finds that John is still depending on her to make decisions, to carry out most of the responsibility for budgeting aid shopping, to discipline the children and arrange social ac- ivities. John and Mary's rela- ionship as a couple is much tire same as John had with his parents. This situation is beginning to ?et the better of Mary. She that she cannot respect John much any more. She finds ,hat she cannot give herself to lira in love any more. Though .t is not the way she would like .0 have it, hostility is begin- ning to overcome her loving af- fection for him. Even more frustrating and is the fact that she ioesn't know what she can do about it. All her efforts over he years have only helped to postpone the final result, which beginning to appear more and more inevitable. Through egony and suffering, John and flary have learned that it is iot wise for parents to try to keep Johnnie the quiet, sub- missive, good little boy who never develops independence. love 35... listening again to how he made the hole-in-one. MtMMMM twn BATA SHOES-DOWNTOWN EVERYTHING MUST GO! ALL MERCHANDISE REDUCED SPECTACULAR SAVINGS OF 10% 50% Koto. SHOES DOWNTOWN ONLY 319 5th Si. S. 'Value'Village LOCATED or (be CORNER of and 6th AVENUE S. GATHER ROUND FOR THESE Chocolates A Bouquet 14-or, Box MM I Onions, Olives, Mix or r_ tin p fo 24.00 for i ,00 I 89' Cheese Slices 3 -M sir Peas d, 1 Tiny Teddy 14-oz. tin "I1 for I Niblet f Ritz 4 Crackers 4 Mb. Pkgs. J P KO0 1 Pineapple Juice r< L Cranberry 1 sauce 1 Facial Tissue r Pickles Bick's, Sweet Mix 32-cx. Jar 69' Sweet r Potatoes Aylmer, 22-oz. Tins Margarine Pk, 4 for1 '00 Broccoli, Cauliflower, Brussels Sprouts York Packages MIX OR MATCH ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT POTATOES Local Red or White, Can. No. 2 20 APPLES B.C. Mac's 4 ql. basket lO-oi. cup BRUSSEL SPROUTS MEATS 327-5293 HAMS TURKEYS Ready to eat whole, halves or quarters Ib. 59' 10-20 Ib. 49 Pork 65" 79c SHERBO PIZZA Ground Beef 59c 'lisT Sausage Meat 49c T 1 4 Corned Beef 79c ueVillage BAKERY CHRISTMAS CAKES Lighi or Dark, Plain or Almond Iced CHRISTMAS PLUM PUDDINGS VARIETY OF CHRISMAS COOKIES SHORTBREADS MINCE MEAT TARTS CUSHIONS 'Value'Village it tlih Jthfll fclh flVflM ;