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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, January 14, 1971 - THI LETHBRIDOE HERALD - 9 Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Our daughter is four years old. WMle visiting with friends yesterday something occurred. Our little girl had been seated on a lovely upholstered chair. Somehow, when we got,up to leave, it was obvious that she bad wet clear through. We apologized profusely. The host' and hostess were most gracious. Offers of restitution were refused. What should we do to compensate them for their loss and inconvenience? We would like to buy them a new chair but my husband saya it would be out of line. We both would very much appreciate aome word from you. Thanks in advance. - Redlands, Calif. DEAR RED: By this time your friends probably have had the chair cleaned professionally or they have washed the upholstery with a bicarbonate of soda solution. Take a good look the next time you visit. If the chair appears to be damaged, insist that they have it reupholstered and send the bill to you. Another suggestion: From now on, put rubber pants on the kid when you go visiting-just in case.    DEAR ANN LANDERS: I married a man 14 years my senior because he said he loved me more than anything in the world. He proved it by leaving his wife and three children to marry me. It also meant leaving his church. I thought any man who would do all that must be sincere. We have been married less than a year and for the past seven weekends I have been alone. My husband goes over to his ex-wife's home every Friday evening for dinner. Sometimes he spends the night there. If he comes home in the morning he runs back at noon and stays through dinner. Last weekend be stayed overnight both Friday and Saturday. When I told him I was getting fed up, he said, "Find a hobby. My kids need me and I'm not going to let them down." My husband's parents like his first wife better than they like me. I'm sure they have been encouraging him to go back to his first family. What can I do? All the cards seem to be stacked against me and I'm afraid I'm losing out.-El DEAR EL: You might as well throw in the deck, honey. The ex-wife is holding the winning hand. Sorry.    DEAR ANN LANDERS: Ernie and I went together for nearly five years. We were planning to get married. Last February Ernie got into a Jam and I lent him $1,000. In June I caught him cheating oh me. I later learned he had been sneaking around with this tramp for almost a year. When we split he owed me $500. After the bust-up, he stopped making payments. I learned yesterday that Ernie has applied for a job that he wants more than anything in the world. I happen to know a few things about his past that could ruin his chances. Should I drop the louse a note and tell him if he doesn't come across with the $500 I will tie a can to his little red wagon? After the dirty trick he played on me I believe I have every right to get my money back any way I can. Do you? -Used DEAR USED: I'd say Ernie has done enough damage. Are you going to let him make a blackmailer out of you, too? Revenge is not sweet - it is bitter. Don't debase yourself.  �  "The Bride's Guide," Ann Landers' booklet, answers some of the most frequently asked questions about weddings. To receive your copy of this comprehensive guide, write to Ann Landers, in care of Canada Wide Feature Service Limited, 245 St. James Street West, Montreal 126, enclosing a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope and 35 cents in coin. Oddfellows eye project covers 6,957 children FORT MACLEOD (Special) - Results of the Alberta Oddfellow and Rebekahs eye screening project have been released. Clinics were held in 75 localities. There were an additional 48 clinics in kindergartens in Calgary. Oddfellows and Rebekahs are assisting the Edmonton department of health by supplying 14 volunteer workers who each work one day per week. They keep two eye-testing machines in constant use. Of 6,957 children screened, 324 have been referred to doctors for a fuller examination. The children referred were found to have: 42 cases of Amblyopia (lazy eyes), 42 cases of nearsight, 18 cases of farsight, 25 cases of astigmatism in one or both eyes and 19 cases where the children were asked to report back in either six months or one year. To reach more children, the province has been divided into eight districts. South Alberta district chairmen are: Chinook health unit, Mrs. Bernice Mackintosh; the Barons-Eureka unit B. Spencer. A June bride? WASHINGTON (AP) - Tricia Nixon, president Nixon's daughter, and Harvard law student Edward Finch Cox will be married at Harvard June 14, Washington Star columnist Bettv Beale says in a copyrighted story. The columnist, quoting intimates of the Nixon family, saya a formal announcement of the engagement is not planned for some time. The story says tho Nixons want to avoid public attention for Cox before he finishes his exams at Harvard June 4. INSTANT FASHION WITH FUR - Team a fur hat with an art deco print, and you have instant fashion . . . especially if the hat is a little floppy. Mink, fox, lynx - are all good choices. _ SWAKARA TRIM - Minding the midi can be a headache if you are stuck with last year's coat. Tack a Swak-ara hem on and match it with Swakara trim on dashing "highwayman" gauntlet gloves. Fox, mink, Swakara, chinchilla come most readily to mind. {X)oJikjiM(jdj Ouc|j& WHY PETERBOROUGH - Children, grandmothers, housewivei, hockey players - all sorts of people of all ages helped bring the North American Figure Skating Championships to Peterborough. Andy O'Brien and Frank Praiak show why this small Ontario city was picked for the event. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE (Calendar of local liappeninqS The sing - song and dance which was to be held at the Golden Mile Drop-In-Centre tonight at 8:30 p.m. has been postponed to a later date. BACKACHE* �UDDER IRRITATION Common Kidney or Bladder Irrlu- Iions make many men and women Ml distressed from frequent, burn-nc or Itching urination night and