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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, D.cembor II, 1970 THI UTHMIDOI HIRALB _ 21 Ann Landers DEAR AN" LANDERS: We married young and had a baby the first year. For financial reasons we moved in with my husband's family. I appreciate everything they are doing for us but my mother-in-law is very bossy a n d I can't stand up to her. Wiiat bugs me most is that she has taken over my baby and made me feel like an outsider. My mother-in-law decides what the baby will eat, when he will nap, what he will wear all the things a mother should decide. My husband can't give me any help because he works two jobs and is never around when 1 need him. Shouldn't a mother be allowed to take care of her own child even though she lives with her in-laws? Can you help me? DEAR EX: You can help yourself. Move. Since your hus- band is working two jobs you can surely afford a couple rooms someplace. An unfurnished broom closet over a bowling alley would be better than a home where you can't even take care of your own .child. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Is there a special place at God's right hand for the woman's editor of a newspaper? I refer to that incredibly snobbish, self-important female who decides whose daughter is going to get her engagement or wedding picture in the paper and whose party is going to make the page. I live in a city the Cabots speak only to the Lowells and the Lowells speak only to God. If you don't happen to belong to one of the "better" families you have no chance of getting your name, much less your face, in the society section. It makes me sick to see the same names and the same ugly pusses day after day. Something should be done about this unfair managing of the news. Lend a hand, will you? DEAR I.: I know a great many women's editors (some are men) and they are invariably the hardest-working, most harrassed people on the paper. Space is always a problem and I'm continually amazed at how well they do. If some of you complainers walked in the woman's editor's mossasins for one day you'd be less critical. YWCA news St. Basil's and Westmlnste Blue Triangles will be carollin on Dec. 23. All other program are finished for this yea Watch the YWCA news fo starting dates in the New Year Registration dates for regular programs and the new yog; volley-ball, creative dancing social awareness, and Englis classes will be announced whe completed. The YWCA wishes everyon a very Merry Christmas an happy New Year, SALAD BASE Dulse, a coarse red seaweed is a salad base in Scotland am is used to thicken gravies ant soups. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "Don'f lei- if get-ground, but my admiration for Ebeneezer Scroogo is growing by and bounds." DOLL RAFFLE WINNER LADIES AUXILIARY TO THE FIREFIGHTERS Mrs. Arlene Sallenbach Lelhbridgo calendar o, f L local happening Preceptor Eta Chapter Beta Sigma Phi will hold its Christmas party in the home o Mrs. W. A. Olafson, 3402 Lake- wood Bd., Tuesday at p.m. with an exchange of gifts. ATTEND THE ALL NEW A.N.A.F.-UNIT 34 BINGO IN THE CLUBROOMS rrMT siu 5T. 5 TUESDAY, DEC. 22nd 8 p.m. TURKEY BINGO First T2 Games First Card 25e each 7 No. Jackpot (increase weekly) 2nd 7 No. Jackpot weekly) Extra 5 Games Cards 25c ea. or 5 for Blackout in 52 Numbers All regular games pay double If wen in 7 nos. or leu 'Value'Village IOCAIED CORNED of 13lK STREET and 6lh AVENUE 5 rr- PLAN AN OLD FASHIONED CHBBTMRS K8ST Taste Tempting Produce BROCCOLI LEEKS ARTICHOKES WATERCRESS SAVOY CABBAGE PARSLEY BUNCHED CARROTS BUNCHED BEETS GREEN BEANS AVOCADOS ROMAINE ENDIVE RED LETTUCE for the Festive Season! BRUSSELS SPROUTS BUTTER LETTUCE GENUINE SWEET POTATOES RED VELVET YAMS ACORN SQUASH SPANISH ONIONS PINEAPPLES KUMQUATS PERSIMMONS CRANBERRIES FRESH DATES TABLE FIGS JAPANESE ORANGES Potato Chips Olives, Gherkini, Oriental jar NlltS Johnson', 13-01. vacuum for I tin DOMESTIC and IMPORTED GANONGS MOIRS TERRY'S Apple Sauce I Apple Juice ,00 .00 0 .00 Allen's, vitaminized Delerlo Debut Crimson Ross Bouquet For of Gold, Vi's, l'i, Miniatures Half and Half Maraschino Selection Haielnut Whirls Devon Milk Ginger Plus several other import iinei Biek-j Sweat Mix 32-ei. Bick's Yum Yum 32-ei. Qjf LOOK! FRESH EASTERN OYSTERS IN THE SHELL ptt daz. IMPORTED TINNED BISCUITS 12 different dejiflntd 31" Pot of Gold CHRISTMAS WRAPPED GIFT CHOCOLATES Assorted Prices aliie'Village 327-5295 Halves or TURKEYS Hams Cocktail Sausage Ukrainian Sausage ICE CREAM CAKES 49CI Bologna and Gwlk Rings 690 Bacon V CHRISTMAS FEATURES ICE CREAM LOG ROLLS 69c ICE CREAM PIES 59c Lilydale Grade 'A' 12-20 lb. Average ib. Lib. pta, Mb. pkg. 49C 59' 69' 79' GIFT PACK TRAY CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS BAKERY Light and Dark Fruit Cakes Almond Iced or Plain Christmas Plum Pudding Fresh Mince Meat Pies 1 99 Variety of Christmas Cookies and Shortbread pack carter, TorfS Ottd CushiOrtS C-IFT PACK CHERRY HILL CHEESE TRAYS ROBERTSON'S GIFT PACK IMPORTED JAMS We will remain open Chrisfmas Eve, Thursday, Dec, 24th, until p.m. ;