Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
Ann Landers Saturday, February 30, 1971 Irlt HEM.IO IT Dear Ann Landers: My husband has been seeing a niai- with this woman. He confessed everything, begged me to for- eive him and moved back home. A few davs later Ed became despondent and told n.e the whole sordid storv. He asked me to give up my job and Uy tte with Km because he was afraid of do to himself if he were left .-.lone. (Ed works the night shift and I work I stayed home for three weeks and hs- Sd to ton repeat even- detail of Us love affair over and rCuntil 1 tlJgbt I'd my mind. Yesterday the woman telephoned to say she has confessed everything to he hus- band and he has forgiven her. She ended by saying, He has threatened to her and hLelf. ttn afraid to leave him alone. What should I do? M. Al. Ml i Dear M.M.M.: Talk to your doctor and take his advice II your husband needs to be committed, sign the papers for votn- sake as well as for his. And I hope both you and JEd go back to work al once on the same shift if possible. Deal- Ann Landers: 1 just read in your column about the voman who gave her boyfriend a week to fake a part- .time job so bis wife wouldn't suspect anytag S, seven tad steak dinners five nights a week! Hei letter proven once again that love can make people do funny tilings. Everybody is somebody's fool. Mv never walked the floor with our tads when hey were babies I did. She never took them to school when they were too young to watch for cars. I did. I used to come from work and cook dinner so our children would have a decent meal. I carried the laundry to the coin wash place three blocks away when our machine wasn't working. I even wrote to my mother-in-law because my wife was "too busy Yes, Ann, everybody is somebody's fool, Dear The things you did weren't funny, Brother. They were tilings that needed to be done, and apparently you? wife wouldn't do them. It's lucky for the tods that they had a father like you. Congratulations. DEAR ANN LAJTOERS: My sister and her husband are in thefr late 60's but they enjoy good health. Each has a nice pension and they live comfortably. Yesterday my sister told me they are taking Mamma into their home. Mamma is 87 and a semi-invalid. She lived by herself until two years ago when she fell and broke her hip. At that time we hired a woman to stay with her. Yesterday the woman gave two weeks' notice. What I'm writing about is so terrible I'm ashamed to tell you. My sister and her husband are going to charge Mamma a month for room and board. Isn't this disgraceful? Please express yourself. -Memphis DEAR MEM: Unless you've made an offer to take your mother for less, you are in no position to criticize. A Calendar Of Local Happenings The monthly general meet-. Junior Girls wearing their 0--' ir> Sun-' white outfit. j ing of the Ladies Aus.Uary to meet i the Royal Canadian Legion hal, at a.ffi. Ihe general be held Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the Memorial Hall. All mem- bers are urged to attend. Lethbridge Quota Club sup- per meeting will be held Tues-, dav at p.m. m the Marquis Hotel. Featured) High school girls learn automobile first aid OTTAWA (OP) Teen-age Marquis ntiei. uii.-m.i wi -0- speakers will be Mrs. Marga- j giris ai Sir Wilfrid Laurier high ret Sutherland, Miss Lillian i school are preparing for heavy Parrv Mrs Bertha Kipp. and road-hazard tasks they might Mrs." Vera Ferguson. FOE tonight at face if full female emancipation i ever becomes a reality. FOE ong a p.m. Experimental classes con- in the Eagles hall. Jackpot of j ducted by teacher Juair Monson in 58 numbers. Everyone have graduated 17 girls who welcome won't need to resort to old-fash- weicome. t wiles stranded Members of Dominion Re- with a flat tire. red nav> ar.J Maihesis Ctaj will held ilie on Tuesday at Guests at o meeting ol the The McNally Women of Lm- fann will meet Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Rus- sell GrwM Tort Macleod sijuaic dancers will hold their regular dance Monday hi p.m. with round dance practice at 8 p.m. in the elementary school. All square dancers are welcome, and wo- comb, take apart the air cleaner, fill the radiator and ad- minister other auto first aid. Mr. Mouson fell that the text- Mr. Monson felt that the t book theory of the course as, lucuiuci 0 bekah Lodge, and Faith Re- bekah Lodge going to Fort Ma- cleod Tuesday, are requested mi ti t-ioi in t. The classes, part of a 13-week driver education course, taught the girls and 15 male answer." ClCOa luetolldv, an- o......- to meet at the Civic Centre by mates how to change a class- tire, 7 p.m. 1 start a flooded engine with a THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes HOT PANTS FOR A COLD SPORT Montreal design- er Helene tavigne tests the slopes with her latest creation, a pair of sheepskin-lined hot pants in a gay blue green and yellow print. The outfit is complimented by sheep- skin gloves and hot and a sleeveless vest or for the chil- lier members bitten by the ski bug, can be worn with a sheepskin vest._________________________ Forthcoming marriage Mrs. Dona Tolley ol Coutts is pleased to announce the en- gagement of her eldest daugh- _ -n.- T_ WOMEN NEEDED TO TRAIN FOR 6 Medical Receptionist Dental Receptionist Practical Nursing sludy course which can be completed in 16 weeks nign School Diploma not necessary to quality. TraMng need not interfere present employment. Out of town enquiries welcome. WRITE GIVING PHONE NUMBER TO CAREER TRAINING LTD. Reply to Box 137, Lethbridge Herald ter, Brenda Diana to Mr. Dale Richard Gene Brassard, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Eugene (Bud) Brassard of Lethbridge. Miss is the daughter of the late Mr. Kelvin James Tolley. The wedding will take place on August 14 in Christ Trinity Lutheran Church. Mr. and Mrs. George H. Mc- Donald of Lethbridge are pleased to announce the forth- couiing marriage of their daughter. Heather Lynn, to Mr. John Andrew Androkovich, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Joseph An- drokovich of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on Saturday, March 20 at 4 p.m. in St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church in Lethbridge. The wedding will take place; at Trinity United Church, botsford B.C. on March 20. j Mr. and Mrs. Byron Layton of Taber are pleased to an- nounce the engagement of their only daughter, Wendy Sylvia, to Mr. Harvey Gordon! Thomas, only son of Dr. and] Mrs. Ves Tliomas, all of Cal- gary. A summer wedding is plan- ned. m Mr. and Mrs. James Olson of Warner are pleased to an- nounce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter. Margaret Elains to Mr. Richard Patrick Benci, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Benci of Tilley, Alberta. The wedding will take place on March 6, at p.m. in the Catholic Church, Warner. Mr. and Mrs. Ivor Williams' of Milner, B.C. are pleased to announce the engagement of their only daughter, Lillian Gail to Constable Blair Thomas Schaufele of Hope. B.C.. son I of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Sehaii- i fele of Bow Island. Guide lor Gift-Giving Gifi Registry When a bride visiis cur Gift Registry, it's the beginning ol many happy experiences. As ;he selects the patterns and col- ors for her household trousseau, she graciously provides a guide [or gift giving which will serve for ye friends ords a gifts >ary a Family and may consul! these rec- s they shop for wedding and later at anniver- nd holidoy times. Our Bride List NORAH JACOBSEN HEATHER McDONAU) HELEN PETERSON DARLENE KIEMUE JEAN TURNBULl GLORIA BOUMBERGER LESLIE STORY MRS. DARCI DEWAR (nee Linda Cody) Joins flight in mid-air VANCOUVER (CP1 A CP Air flight left Honolulu Tuesday with 210 passengers i aboard.' It arrived in Vancou- ver a few hours later with 211. The extra traveller joined the flight feet above tl-e Pacific Ocean when an uni- dentified 24-year-old Mon- treal woman gave birth to a premature baby girl. Both mother and daughter were reported doing fine at Vancouver General Hospital Friday. The birth took place he- hind a curtained-off compart- ment at the front of the air- craft with the aid of a doctor, who was on the same flight. Shortly after the curtain was drawn, the captain came on the intercom: "A baby girl has just been bcm on board. She's a hsaltliy baby girl and tire mother is doing fine." The announcement was greeted with cheers and ap- plause. DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Avenue S Phone 327-5767 love is... light, instead Oddfellows Itebekulis and friends are reminded of the -11 my ure got flat, I'd have card party to be held In o change live way out in: oddfellows hall, Tuesday at t he country and there aren't I p n- Everyone welcome. many cars passing at along our road." said Angelika I Zeisig. 1C. Beverley Bright. 17, found the ob dirty and awkward but said she'd now be able to do it with-1 "It's the husband of rhaf bird you're watching and is he lunch and cups. Ladies normally offered could not al- vays be put into practical use -hence the Canadian Travellers an- "For instance 1 asked a girl mml dance toni M al 70, wing n the class what she d do if i 9 pot-luck supper mil ad a flat. 'I'd was the be served. The girls didn't exactly relish i he dirty job, but thought it out help "if I had to." 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