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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 28, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, January 28, 1971 - THE IETHBRIOOE HERALD - 17 FAMILY AFFAIR - Like family businesses, the Canadian Forces Air Defence Command also has military families. One such family it a hutband-wife team at Cold lake. Private W. I. Forth, a Winnipeg base supply specialist, is married to the former Sharon Bellamy, now a private assigned as a siupply technician. Mrs. Porth's mother, Mrs. Beatrice Ward, lives at the Wertslde Trailer Park in Lethbrldge. _ A calendar of local happenings The Ladies Auxiliary to FOE No. 2100 will hold a regular meeting Thursday at 8 p.m. in the Eagles Hall. Hostesses will be June Romanchuk, Joyce Brown, Rose Chomiak, Mar-jorie Nickle, Gus Schaffer, and Margaret Rosetti. All drill and ritual are please asked to be in attendance for practice.  *  The Teen Clefs, directed by Anne Campbell, will appear in concert in Cardston, Thurs- LOVE AFFAIRS ARRANGED $ The delicate but magnificent electronics of this instrument maket It possible to offer a five year written replacement guarantee - the best In the industry. Compare at $1,000 for equal versatility and quality in any other makel II A BIGAMIST - BUY TWO Cor. 3rd Ave. and. 13th St. S. Phone 327.1056 day, at the Stake House, 8 p.m All are cordially invited to attend. * * * The UCW executive meeting will be held at First United Church on Thursday, at 7:30 p.m.    The executive of the Dr. F. H. Mewburn OBE Chapter IODE, will meet at the home of Mrs. E. Constable, 723 9th St. S., on Friday at 8 p.m. YM classes announced New Family Y classes for the month of February have been announced, and are as follows Businessmen's noon hour swimming classes for the full eight weeks of Feb. will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays. A golf tune-up for spring course will begin Feb. 4. Men's fitness course which will run as a 10-week special is to begin Feb. 2. The Kindergym class held Tuesdays and Thursday from 21 to 3 p.m. still has room for approximately 10 children, as well as the six and seven-year-olds gym class having room for approximately 10 more. Ken Spence, executive secretary, told The Herald that the Investment Course originally scheduled to run Thursday nights from 7:30 to 0:30 p.m., will now occupy the same time on Tuesday nights. The class, which is taught by Len Dreger of a local brokerage firm, is open to both men and women who are interested. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'm a sophomore at the University of Arizona. Age. 19. Height S'10". Weight 160. I dress like most of the guys around here-and I look like a normal 19-year-old kid. I like girls but I don't date much because I'm too busy working a part-time Job and hitting the books. For some unknown reason I've been propositioned by queers three times since September. This bothers the living daylights out of me. Last night I was having a bottle of pop at the Student Union and this creepy kid came up to me and said he was a photographer. He handed me a card with his name and address on it and asked if I'd like to model for some pictures. He said he'd pay me well for my time because he worked on commission for a couple of advertising agencies. Of all the comball Junk this has got to be the crun> miest line yet. I was so doggone mad I nearly punched him in the mouth. Please tell me why a straight guy would attract these kooks? What can I do about it?-Shook In The DEAR SHOOK: If you'll check with your buddies you'd discover that almost all of them get a few passes now and then. You seem to be getting more than your share, however, and it's probably because you are prettier than most guys. My advice is to keep your cool. Tell the crusiers to shove off. You don't need to punch anybody in the mouth to get the idea across that you're not interested. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am still burning from your lousy advice to that poor girl whose in-laws hounded her so unmercifully to have a baby that she finally decided to fake it by putting a pillow under her dress. Why in the world did you tell HER to see a psychiatrist? It's her inlaws who are nuts. The girl was merely seeking a solution to her problem. I know what I'm talking about, Ann, because my crazy in-laws were the same way. They were so obsessed with the desire to be grandparents that they drove my sister-in-law to the divorce and they pressured me into having four kids I didn't want. It was the only way to shut them up and get them off my back. So please, Ann Landers get with it or turn in your typewriter. I'm beginning to think you are the one who should see a psychiatrist.-Montreal DEAR MON: YOU had four kids you didn't want just to shut your in-laws up and get them off your back? And should see * psychiatrist?? Thanks for writing. Dear Margaret Brookfield: Have you some advice for the distraught mother of a 21-year-old son? He's a college graduate who refuses to get a regular job because he doesn't want to become a member of the "establishment." He's talented in so many ways, both with his brains and with his hands. He also has the potantial to be a professional in a number of fields, but - even though my husband and I are willing to finance him - doesn't want to go to graduate school to prepare for a career. Should we continue to encourage him to return to school? Or should we cut him off, forcing him to be on his own? E.H., New Orleans, La. Dear E.H.: It sounds as though you've already done your share of encouraging, cajoling and pleading. Perhaps you've given your son so many chances, he hasn't had  chance to prove himself, If, at the ripe old age of 21, he's urwilling to straighten up and fly right, he may be trying to tell you something. Maybe he wants yov to turn him loose so he can find his own way, rather than follow the path you seem to be charting for him. Chronologically at least, he's an adult now. Wiry not treat him as one? If you make it clear he's really on his own and stick firmly to your guns, he'll get the message. He might even welcome the challenge and demonstrate to you and to himself the stuff he's really made time. Collect addresses and look up the people. If you'd like to travel in a group, there's always a choice of guided and escorted tours available through travel agencies. It all depends on your temperament. Some people like a group arrangement; others don't How far should a teen-age couple go? Can necking be safe? When does it become too hot to handle? Send for Ann Landers' booklet "Necking And Petting - What Are The Limits?" Mail your request to Ann Landers in care of Canada Wide Feature Service Limited, 245 St. James Street West, Montreal 126, enclosing 50 cents in coin and a long, stamped, self - addressed envelope. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "Your stock is beginning to rally -if dropped a quarter point less than usual yesterday." FASCINATING WOMANHOOD I An eight week course of study learning hew to be happier and mere effective in your role at woman, wife and mother! FREE INTRODUCTORY CUSS MONDAY, FEB. 1st - 8:30 P.M. 1054 IAKEVIEW DRIVE, IETHBRIOOE EVERYONE WEICOMEI Dear Margaret Brookfield: I recently became a widow and since my children are grown, there's nothing to tie me down anymore. I've always wanted to travel and see new sights, but never have. Now that I can, I don't know where to begin. Have you any suggestions for a woman traveling alone? I.M., Burley, Idaho Deer I.M.: To get your sea legs-so to speak-start small. Begin with a short uncomplicated trip to acquire some travel experience with transportation, packing, etc. Try to go, il possible, where you have friends. Later you can plan longer trips abroad. To make these foreign journeys really worthwile, read up as much as you can about the country you'll be visiting. Study the language if you have WASH CAREFULLY If using any chemical product (such as cleaning agents, insect or weed killers) wash your hands thoroughly before handling food. BINGO Scandinavian Hall 229 12th St. "C" N. Fri., Jan. 29th Starts at 8:00 p.m. Doom Open at 7:00 p.m. 5 Cards for $1.00 OOID CARDS PAY DOUBll IACH $1.00 4th, Sth and 12th Games in 7 Numbers WORTH $17 Jackpot $150 In S7 No*. Sorry No One Under 16 Years of Age Allowed �""� WORKS! Read what Canadian Women Say about . . . inics Lost 28 Pounds and 36 Inches Over-all MRS. MARTIN, LONDON, ONT. I Lost 18 Pounds and 2W/2 inches in 18 Visits. MISS HAMILTON, OTTAWA, ONT. \0J/2 Incl. ; and 8 Pounds in just 8 Visits. WILLIAMS, CALGARY, AITA. I Lost \6V2 Inches and 10 Pounds in 16 Visits. MRS. NEARY, ST. JOHN'S, NHQ, Why Not Make It Work For You? Call Today 3274582 Open 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. GUARANTEED RESULTS SPECIAL OFFER! COMPLETE 4 MONTH PROGRAM AS LOW AS ... 7 .50 PER MONTH "YOU HAVE NOTHING TO LOSE BUT WEIGHT" Telephone 327-4582 e NO CONTRACTS O NO CRASH DIETS O NO STRENUOUS EXERCISES O NO DISROBING - We or* Not a Gym or Spa! Qanaclictn Tlfymens' figure & deducing (Clinics 1007 3rd Ave. S. 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