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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Morris, formerly of Lakes, and now residing in Surrey, B.C., recently celebraled their 50lh wedding anniversary in ihe home of Iheir son, Donald, of Nanaimo, B.C. Mr. and Mrs. Morris hove Iwo olher sons, Earl, of Kyuquot, B.C., and Jim, of Ucluelel, B.C., aiso seven grandchild- ren and four great-grandchildren. Suggest insurance appeal cars In a brief Lo (.he Royal Com- mission on Automobile Insur- ance, the Halifax branch ol Consumers' Association of Can- ada has urged the insurance in- dustry (o advise the public which automobiles are Ihe safest to drive and the easiest Lo repair at Ihe lowest cost, with insurance premiums based accordingly. Car manu- facturers could then be induced to design vehicles with insur- ance appeal CAC headquarters are at 100 Gloucester Street, Ottawa, Ontario. 33- JS I je. ah V- FREDA WALTON is pleased to announce she has been appointed distributor for Viviane Woodward Cosmetics WE ARE INTERESTED IN CONSULTANTS WHO WOULD LIKE THE OPPORTUNITY TO ADD TO THEIR OWN EARNINGS PHONE 328-3066 OR 327-2091 I DEAR ANN LANDERS: Please print this letter for nil dark-ekiiined persons wiio are asked regularly by clods, "What ARK In the last few years 1 have been asked if I am Puerto Rican, Polynesian, Jewish, Mexican, Kalian, Greek, Syrian, Cajan, Armenian, Lebanese, Negro or Chinese. Actually my mother was French and my father was Irish. T am just DARK. When I give this response the reaction is strange. They say, ''Oh, no. You must lie something else, too." Why do people care what 1 am. or what ANYBODY is? Can it, be they cannot relate lo a person until they get their prejudices sorted out? Please tell me how to respond to these jackasses. Eyed Susan In New Brunswick DEAR SUSAN: A nide question should be answered WITH a question: Sample: Now WHY in the world would you be asking me a thing like that? What possible difference could it make to you? If they persist, repeat your question. You do not owe these clods an answer. V DEAR ANN LANDERS: You have said in your column thai divorced children have no right to expect their parents lo lake care of them indefinitely that a temporary "help- ing is O.K. buL moving in and acting like an adolescent after a marriage collapses is lor the birds. What about a mother-in-law who at the age of 48 files for divorce and wants to move in with her son ar.d his wife? I like my mother-in-law very much and in my opinion she should have left her husband years ago. but 1 don't want her living with us. My husband has told me the de- cision is agree to anything I decide. This means I have to accept full responsibility for a negative answer. What should I Kat DEAR KAT: Say no on the grounds thai she should have her own place-even if il's a rented SHE can be boss. DEAR ANN LANDERS: 1 have four children under seven years of age. I seem to have enough laundry every day for at least one load sometimes two. For some reason this bothers my husband. He says his mother used to wash once a week and she had five kids. 1 keep telling him I'd rather do one or two loads a day than kill myself on Mondays. What do you say. Ann? Missouri Mule (His name for me.) DEAR M.: If you want to wash every day what's il lo him? I presume you aren't telling him how to run his work day and he should not be telling you how to run yours. DEAR ANN LANDERS: From time to time you print letters from compulsive talkers folks who hang on to the floor by connecting every sentence to the next with "and s This can be frustrating for people who have to listen. Please tell me what lo do about my aunt who comes lo visit every August. She talks incessantly because she is hard of hearing. I do love her, Ann. but I swear she doesn't hear one- eighth of what is said. Don't suggest a hearing aid. She had a drawer full. She says they make her nervous. What should I do lippa Crick DEAR UPPA: Nod periodically. Smile. Think about some- thing else. f, July iHE LlirtBRIOGt HESAID Christian women welcome visitor Featured speaker at (he July luncheon and dinner meetings of the Christian Women's Club and the Chris- tian Business and Professional Women's Council, will be Miss Trish Lenihan. Tiish, a former rodeo queen Irom North Dakota, was in meet on Monday at Kven Erick- j sen's Family Restaurant. J Tlie luncheon commences at p.m. Iphone 327-5979 for and the dinner j meeting will he held at p.m. (phone 32J1-359B for AGR wrurrc-OFK SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Carmel alLomey Francis Heis- ler, 76, says he and his 72-year- old wife should have a lax write off for depreciation of their aging bodies. Keisler Is appeal- ing (o (he t'.S. 9th Court of Appeals the 1969 rejection of the same argument hy U.S. Dis- trict Court Judpe Gerald Levin. If the Hei.'-'lers aren't given a elVhimsv ADD TO PEAS Tiny piddud pearl onions good lo add to cooked green ptja.s. d J calendar oj- f f I local nappfninqi wilh a prnb- i 'em are invited lo v i s i t Tons dcpleUwi allowance fur aginR, ,AB m grollp lrflich >g( then oil companies siiouldn'1 p.m. on Monday in Iho have them cither, Mr. lleisler. hasau.cnt of SI Augustine's Church hall. Receivet B.Ed. Degree NADIA JANE ZBRODOFF Doughler oi Mr. and Mrs. George of 623 15 5' S. Lelhbrinoc, wa; od- mitlpd to tliD degree Bachelor of Educolion al ron- vocariori expresses held i Edmonton Jublir-e Audilo m Thursday, May 31, 1972. lo nlrrmg the Univ sity of Albc-rla in Edmonrc Mis-, Zb'odoff attended clhbridge Collegiate Inili- futp. THISH LENIHAN speaker urn teacher and mghl club >erformer before dedicating icr life and singing" talents lo Christian work. She is a national representa- tive Sor Christian Women's Clubs and Professional Wom- en's Councils in North Am- j erica. Both local orgajiizations will Are You Ready For Business? Secretarial Courses begin ony Monday TAKE A DECISIVE STEP ENROLL NOW! Henderson College of Business (Lethbridge) Ltd. M2 F. W. Woolwerth WdB. LETHBRIDGE For information Phoni 327-3961 ED KEELING BRYAN WILSON Bryan and Ed WILL CAPTURE AND PORTRAY YOUR VERY OWN PERSONAL LOVE STORY AS SEEN THROUGH THE BRIDES MISTY EYES CEREMONY FANTASIES HANDS AND RINGS STAINED GLASS SPOTLIGHTS CANDLELIGHT MISTIES ARE JUST A FEW New and Exciting Color Casuals A.E. CROSS STUDIO J28-Q111 PHONES 328-0222 SAME CONVENIENT LOCATION 7in i c IV JTO AV6. J, SUPER SKIERS MONDAY AND TUESDAY ONLY THESE SPECIALS EFFECTIVE ONLY AT CENTRE VILLAGE IGA -LETHBRIDGE STORE HOURS: Open Doily 9 a.m. te 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m, FREE DELIVERY IN THE CITY SUNGOLD ORANGE CRYSTALS oz. pkg...... NABOB JELLY POWDERS Asst. Flavors 3 oz. pkgs. Burns Country Style Picnics 4 to 5 Ib, average... !b. OLD DUTCH POTATO CHIPS Tri pak pkg. Oranges Burns 2 -1 Ib. pkgs. TOP VALU BUTTER 48 oz. tin Golden Ripe Bananas Centre Village IGA Bakery PHONE 327-0353 Cherry or Blueberry PIES ;