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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta iter Ann Land Wsdnwdoy, January JO, 1071 - THE IETHBRIDOE HERALD - 23 __ ^� i- -w-i i � 6 r s DEAR ANN LANDERS: Occasionally you print messages of value from otbsr sources. .Her? is a bit of livable philosophy which I have found most helpful. If you feel it has merit, please print it. Take time to think-thoughts are the source of power. Take time to play-play is the secret of perpetual youth. Take time to read-reading is the fountain of wisdom. Take time to pray-prayer can be a rock of strength in time of trouble. Take time to love-loving is what makes living worthwhile. Take time to be friendly-friendships give life a delicious flavor. Take time to laugh-laughter is the music of the soul. Take time to give-any day of the year is too short for selfishness. Take time to do your work well-pride in your work, no matter what it is, nourishes the ego and the spirit. Take time to show appreciation-thanks is the frosting on the cake of life.-A Faithful Ann Fan DEAR FAN: Beautiful! On behalf of my readers, I thank you.  * * DEAR ANN LANDERS: I lived with my married daughter for 20 years. Her children were like my own. I raised them. I didn't plan it - it just happened. My daughter was glad to have the "help," and the way it turned out I was the one who did all the things for the kids that a mother usually does. I did the feeding, bathing, dressing, settling of differences, and putting to bed. I am out of my daughter's home now but the kids still love me and treat me as if I were their mother. My daughter resents this. She told me a few months ago that I intentionally stole their affection. She says I now must stay out of their lives because it's time they learned that SHE is their mother. I'm so hurt, Ann, I don't know what to do. Of course I shall respect my daughter's wishes but it is killing me. When the kids want to come to my place I have to make up excuses. (I never get invited to their home). Please tell me if there is anything I can do. You can use my name if you wish, I have nothing to lose. I've already lost everything.-Sad Gran DEAR S.: Your daughter can set up rules and regulations but she can't change your grandchildren's feelings about you. Love is not transferrable. If you raised the kids they are as good as yours. I hope your daughter sees this column and reconsiders, for the children's sake as well as for yours.  * * DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'm an unmarried woman of 38 and have always enjoyed good health. I recently read that unmarried women are more susceptible to breast cancer than women who are married. Is this irue? I have always believed just the opposite. Please inform me.-Portland DEAR PORT: Recently 30,000 nuns over 39 years of age were studied. The results showed that the nuns had a higher incidence of breast cancer than married women of the same age group. These findings give added credence to the warning of the American Cancer Society that ALL women should have a physical checkup annually. Learning how to perform breast self-examination every month can be a life-saver. Your local chapter of the American and Canadian Cancer Society offers free instruction booklets. I suggest that you write for one at once.  �  If you have trouble getting along with your parents . . . if you. can't get them to let you live your own life, send for Ann Landers' booklet, "Bugged By Parents? How To Get More Freedom." Send SO cents in coin with your request and a long,stamped, self-addressed envelope. SILHOUETTE SERVING TRAYS (Some slightly marked.) Only 24 left. ..............^2 �p Reg. 7.95 to 17.95. NOW .......... SANDY'S JEWELLERY D. B. A. Member 304, en the second fleer le Save you more. 304 5th Sf. S. Phone 327-4625 BACK TO SCHOOL DAYS - An outfit consisting of denim-shorts with lace up front convey the schoolgirl look in Montreal during a fashion parade accompanying the 3rd annual International Auto Show. The outfit is completed with a red turtleneck sweater with knee-length stockings and desert boots ' A FORUM ABOUT MATURE WOMEN Dear Margaret Brookfield: Retirement is for the birds! Since my husband retired he spends all his time in front of the color TV set. He's putting on weight, too. What's even worse, he gets lonely watching the programs by himself and insists I keep him company. If I don't, he gets mad at me. What can I do to get him involved in more constructive activity? G.L.K., Seattle, Wash. Dear G. L. K.: You could start by throwing out the TV set, although that seems a bit drastic. What your husband obviously needs is occupational therapy. Are there any projects you've put off for a long time, such as organizing closets, cupboards, painting furniture, etc., that you might do together? Does he have similarly retired friends who might be asked over for a friendly game of poker? Might he volunteer his services at a children's hospital to be a "grandpa" to a child who needs one? Is there a hobby or interest he might be encouraged to cultivate? Are there books he might be getting from the local library instead ex SAVE OF QUALITY BRAND NAME MERCHANDISE RED HOT SPECIAL M* ]5% OFF to lU and MORE EVERYTHING MUST GO TO THE BARE WALLS DON'T MBS THESE FABULOUS SAVINGS SEE OUR NEW 1971 SPRING ARRIVALS SHOP NOW AND SAVE LaKAY'S LADIES' WEAR LTD. 2 locations to serve you DOWNTOWN 412 4th Avenue South NORTH LETHBRIDGE 312 13th Street North OPfN THURSDAY TILL 9 P.M. watching the "boob tube" so much The important thing is to get him circulating so he /again becomes' a person in his own right instead of someone who depends too much on your company and want* too much of your attention. *   Dear Margaret Brookfield: I am over 40, married 22 years, and have never been able to have children. I like the job I have as a secretary. My j husband and I get on well together and enjoy each other's company very much. But one thing that has always disturbed me is the way other people make you self - conscious about not having any children of your own. Sometimes it makes me feel so terrible I wonder if I should adopt a child and become a parent like everyone else. What do you think? J. D., Teaneck, N.J. Dear J. D.: Look at it this way: you seem basically content with your marriage, your work and your life; and you're not .adding to the population explosion either. This interest you have in adopting � child seems prompted less by maternal consideration* than by worrying what other people think of you. Certainly, explore adoption possibilities if you wish, but you should give some deep thought to your true motivations in this matter. People who don't really want children and have them - by adoption or otherwise - aren't doing those children much good. DAY OF MOURNING TORONTO (CP) - University of Toronto students are being asked to wear black arm bands Feb. 3 as a symbol of mourning "for all those women who have lost their lives through botched-up abortions." 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