Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
Monday, February 11, 1974 _ THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD 17 Ann Landers Dear Ann Landers: I am single and have been dating a divorced man for over ten months. He hasn't said one word about marriage. In fact, he seems perfectly content to Gary Hutland win be sent the original art for he quote Send your child't quotation to this paper BINGO HON., FEB. 11th Jackpot Nos. "MAUHMMNOO" Gold Carda Pay Double Door Carda (Many Other Regular Carda or Sforfl 13th St and 6th Aye. "A" N. No children under 16 allowed. go on this way forever. I don't want to appear pushy, but I would like to know if this man has any intention of marrying me. I've grown very fond of him and we've gotten very chummy, if you know what I mean. Any advice? Brown Eyes Dear B. E.: Yeah, I know what you mean, and my ad- vice is to stop being coy and ask him. Don't be surprised if he tells you he likes things the way they are. And why shouldn't he? He probably has been enjoying all the pleasures of marriage and none of the responsibilities. It's beautiful for him, Dum- my. Dear Ann Landers: Don't chew me out. Just tell me what to do. I have two "best" girls, one in the Midwest, another in town. The "in- town" girl is visiting relatives on the West Coast. I wrote to them both last night. It was late and I was tired. After I wrote the letters I decided to walk to the corner and drop them in the mailbox. This morning I have a terri- ble feeling that I put the letter to the blonde in the envelope addressed to the redhead. The redhead is really Numero Uno and if she receives the blonde's letter, I am in real trouble. Can you think of something I can do before the bomb drops in case? Dunderhead Dearl Dun: Sorry, I can't think of a thing. Next time don't write to anybody when you're tired. 'And make it a rule never to mail a letter un- til you've let it sit overnight. 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 yon need Ann's booklet, "Love or Sex and How To Tell the Difference." Send a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope with your request and In coin to Ann Landers, P.O. Box 3346, Chicago, Illinois 60154. DO YOU KNOW...? You can rent a zig-zag sewing machine with stretch stitch NOW for only MO00 per month! FREE LIMITED TIME OFFER SINGER of Singer Company o< Canada Ltd._____ COLLEGE SHOPPING MALL PhoiM 327-2243 This Week's Specials Brack Listerine Shampoo And Creme Rinse 15 or Suoa. It or. 81199. Retail NOW 23 PrfcM in LITTLE JOHN DISCOUNT We reserve the ngtTt io lima 'Bilingual Canada essential for nation9 EDMONTON (CP) Bili- nguattsm is essential to Can- ada's national survival and the key to national bilingualism is the classroom, Sen. Maurice Lamontagne told North-Central Early marriage 'a notion9 SAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP) Cora Isom married at 16 and gave birth to the first of her 11 children at the age of 17.. The brood, in turn, pro- duced 36 grandchildren, 91 great-grandchildren and 12 great-great-grandchildren. Friday, on her 100th birth- day, Mrs. Isom said girls ought to wait before getting married. "I don't know why I did she said. "I guess it was just a foolish notion." Alberta teachers Friday. Sen. Lamontagne said chil- dren have a right to bilingual education so they can compete in a mobile society. "Too many people tend to see bilingualism as a specific Canadian said Sen. Lamontagne. "They fail to realize that in most countries school children have to learn two or more languages. "What is probably unique about Canada, however, is the opportunity that we have to learn the two international languages. It is a great advantage, not a handicap." Sen. Lamontagne said "unilingiialism is still predominating in English- speaking Canada and it is growing in Quebec. The choice now before us is closer integration on the basis of mu- tual compromises and better understanding, or the separa- tion of Quebec." He said teachers will have greater influence over the fu- ture of bilingualism than will politicians. Sen. Lamontagne said other educational programs such as .history must be changed be- cause without improved studies, the prejudices which have often dominated on both sides will be transferred indefinitely from one generation to the other. "Drastic reforms at this level are all the more urgent in that their beneficial results will only appear in the long term." He said failures in history programs are not all the teachers' fault. "It is also the fault of the universities who haven't written history he said. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES BLACKOUT (Played Until Won) LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (UpMaln) EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. BINGO RAINBOW HALL 14015th Ava. N. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12th at 8 p.m. First JacKpot S50 in 53 noi. 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Miller quoted Truman as having told him that after the Second World War, Eisenhower, later to succeed Truman as president, wrote to Gen. George C. Marshall saying he wanted to divorce his wife, Mamie, and marry Kay Summersby, the Irish born captain who had been his driver secretary during the war. Truman was quoted as saying that Marshall had replied with a blistering letter threatening to "bust him (Eisenhower) out of the army" if he pursued such a plan. Parade quotes the former Miss Summersby, now divorced from stockbroker Reginald Morgan and a free Nuns aid equal rights campaign WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) Two nans who say their Christian duty is to "fight for justice wherever there is oppression" are campaigning in Florida for the Equal Rights Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Sister Helen Duggan, south- eastern administrator for the Adrian Dominican order, says the amendment is "a very fun- damental issue in terms of hu- man persons. As religious women, I think we can bring another dimension to the straggle. It's just too important an issue not to be involved." Thursday, Ohio became the 33rd state to ratify the amend- ment Five more states most ratify it before it becomes law. lance costume designer, as saying that if anyone should know whether Eisenhower wanted to marry her, it is she "and I am not telling at least not now." "After all, some of his intimates are still alive, and there is no point in raising the subject." While she was working with Eisenhower she was engaged to U.S. Army Col. Dick Arnold, who was killed in North Africa. It was Eisenhower who told her of Arnold's death. The general "was like an older brother to me, kind, thoughtful and and when people ask her whether she was in love with him, she replies: "Yes, I was in love with him, and so was everybody else who had anything to do with him." Mrs. Morgan says that after Eisenhower was elected president "I never saw or heard-from him again." 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