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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAJl ANN LANDERS: Does a landlady have Hie right to come into my apartment when I am at work? She has helped herself to my special home-made, cookies that I keep in the freezer; she also likes my bourbon, smokes my cigarettes and snoops through my desk drawers. I know she is in there at least once a week because I see tell-tale signs. When I asked her the first time she said, "Yes, I thought I smell-ed smoke ..." The excuse yesterday was. "The tenant below you had water in his living room.. We had to find out if it was coming from your place." She always has some alibi. This morning .1 told her I was going to have the locks DEAR ANN LANDERS: My husband and I need an answer. We wonder how people can tell if their friendship is wanted. There's this one couple we used to enjoy so much. We'd invite them to dinner often because I like to cook. The other gal didn't, so they never had us to their house to eat. But we didn't mind. When we went out together we always had a good time. Then for no reason that I know of. we saw each other less and less. Now we haven't seen each other for three months. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I have to laugh when people accuse you of making up letters. With so many screwballs loose in our society these days, who needs to make up anything? In fact, it's hard to believe the news stories, let alone the letters in Ann Landers column. F'or example: [ just came across the item about a woman who went to the grocery store with a list 13 pages long, filled up 14 shopping carts, transferred her groceries to 56 paper bags, handed the checkout girl $571.88, loaded the bags into two cars and yelled- "Goodbye, I'll see you next year!" If you printed a letter from changed. She informed me that I could not do it. that she owns the building and has a legal right to enter any apartment in case of an emergency. The thought of this loon snooping around my apartment when I'm at work drives me nuts. What can I do? -Bunied Bernice DEAR BURNED: Your landlady does indeed have a legal right to enter your apartment, but it must be an emergency. In some states she could be sued for illegal entry if you could prove that no emergency existed. You'd have a tough time, however, proving that she did not smell gas or smoke. My advice is to start looking for another apartment. The thought of a cookie-snitching, bourbon-sipping snoop prowling around a girl's apartment is too much. We are sad about it but. don't know how to re-establish the friendship. I have the feeling they aren't interested in seeing us any more. Maybe they got fed up. My husband says maybe we offended them. How do we tell? Can you give us some advice? -Remembering Old Times DEAR R.: Some people do a lot more inviting than others because they entertain more easily, and enjoy it. My advice is to phone the old friends soon a,nd act as though nothing ' happened. Probably nothing did. someone who said her neighbor did that, everyone would swear you made it up. But here it is, Ann Landers - plain as life, in the news. I just thought I would share this little item with you because you must get pretty bored with people asking if all the letters you print are real. Sign me - A True Believer In Blue Island Dear True Blue: Thanks for the day-brightener - but what I'd really Dke to know is how many people that lady feeds on $571.88 a year. Also, does she have a vegetable garden in the back of her home, an orchard, maybe, and a cow or two? If you find out, please let me know. ---------------Tuo�day, February 27, 1973 - THE UTHBRIDGE HERAIP , j.g Dior original � Model wears a violet evening dress with a small pleated cape in matching material from the spring-sum-amethyst bracelets with gold and enamel flower clip, and amethyst bracelets with gold an enamel flower clip, and shoes in violet satin. No equality for air cadettes ST. ALBERT, Alt a. (CP) -The 19 girls in St. Alberta's air cadettes program are now allowed to ride Department of National Defence buses in thetr first move toward equality with the squadron's 101 boys. However, the girls are still barred from flight training and must supply their own uniforms. The cadettes program start- ed in this comamrnity on the outskirts of Edmonton last August but there is still no official recognition from Ottawa. Sympathetic officials at the nearby Canadian forces base Namao quietly ignore the rules to allow the girls to ride on department buses, says Nick Bondarevich, president of the St. Albert service club which sponsors the squadron. Arrange your 1973 crop financing with us right now. Because we plan to save you money* Pre-arranging your credit needs with the Commerce has one very large advantage. It can save you money. How? It's really quite simple. During the year, there may be special discount offers on fuel, fertilizer, .sprays, and other operating needs. If you have the cash on hs.nd you can take advantage of those savings when they arise. Also, you will avoid any high carrying charges. And that makes a lot of sense. But this is just one of many ways the Commerce can help you plan your farming operation. In fact, your Commerce manager can custom tailor an entire credit package specifically for your farm. And that includes longer-range financing of things like machinery, grain storage, and additional land, too. And if you like, the Commerce can even arrange low-cost farm credit life insurance. The man to talk to is your local Commerce manager. The time is now. Because pre-arranging your credit needs can save you money. And that makes a lot of sense. canadian imperial BANK OF COMMERCE Cause of crib death unknown BOSTON (AP) - More than 10,000 infants die each year in the United States from a disease known commonly as crib deaths. Researchers say they do not know what is the cause of the ailment. Two University of Washington researchers, speaking at a Boston seminar at the Children's Hospital medical centre, say crib deaths appear to be continuing at the same incidence they have for years, claiming three infants out of every 1,000 live births. "Crib death is unavoidable.'' said Dr. J. Bruce Beckwith, one of the researchers and an official of the National Foundation for Sudden Infant Death Syndrome fSIDS), the medical name for crib deaths. What is avoidable, Beckwith said, is the manner in which authorities often treat thousands of parents whose children are victims of crib deaths. ! In one recent case in New York City, related by Beckwith1 and Dr. Abraham B. Bergman. Beckwith's University of Washington associate, a couple whose two-month-old child had been found dead in his bed were asked tough questions by authorities. Among those questions, Beckwith said, were "How often did you hit your baby?" and "You really didn't want the kid, did yon?" "All infants dying suddenly should receive an autopsy, regardless of ability to pay," Bergman said. "A health professional should counsel each family to help relieve guilt and anxiety." SIDS, said to be the leading cause of death to children under one year of age, usually occurs when the infants are between two weeks and a year old. with the highest incident reported in the 2- to 4-month-old range. The disease is so bizarre, Beckwith said, because it is neither predictable nor preventable and researchers are at a loss in finding a cause. The disease, in which babies die quietly in their sleep without showing any symptoms or giving their parents any warning, has been around since "Biblical times," Beckwith sain. He said the first organized research into crib deaths began only a decade ago, and thus far the only findings are that the condition has been defined as a disea.se syndrome and that respiratory viruses appear to be involved. NO PROBLEM Liquid handwashing detergents are no! an ecological problem as they contain little or no phosphates. FOOTNOTES by JOE Swell Shoes! They're from JOE GREEN'S SHOES, aren't they? 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