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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I felt sorry for the woman who asked, "Will history re- peat She was consid- ering a third marriage. Her first two husbands sounded as if they could have been brothers. Both, she said, were hand some and outgoing, slightly irresponsible and "they like to drink." The man she was planning to marry used to be a heavy drinker but promised to dry up after they were married. When you told the woman that history usually repeats itself, it might have sounded cruel, but you spoke the truth. Here is a little poem that might be corny, but it DEAR ANN LANDERS: Thru's" letter nause- ated me. Your approval made matters worse. I am consid- ered by friends and family to have a pretty good sense of humor but I'll be hanged if I could laugh ny way through a marriage to a skirtchaser and part-time religious fana- tic. That combination would gag a goat You might at least have sneaked in a sentence or two informing your readers that a man can divorce bis wife. It's a good bet that the dumb- bell who is "Smilin' Thru" will get dumped for some- thing younger even though she boasts an uncanny knack for putting on a happy face when there's not a darned thing to be happy about. My husband was no rekgi- contains volumes of good sense: I never knew for cer- tain whether my grandmother read it someplace or if she made it up. I tell you this, and tell ft plain. What you nave done, you will do again. You will bite your tongue, careful or not, Upon the already bitten spot. Constant Read- er DEAR C. R.: Thank you for your astute observation. Your grandmother's poem is right on the button, as anyone who has ever bitten his tongue will testify. ous fanatic, but be was an in- curable fanny patter (any- I didn't Smik-Tbru. I got rid of him when I was 30. Now my for the flea-brain who is' stuck with that sex maniac. Sign Head On Straight DEAR D.C.: You did what was right for you and Smifin' did what was right for her. My advice to every woman whose husband has eye and feet trouble (roving eyes and itchy feet) is this: Ask her- self, "Would my life be better or worse without That alone should be the basis for the decision. Most of those clowns have already decided what is best for them, Confidential to Need A Help- ing Hand: Look at the end of your sleeve, Bub DEAR ANN LANDERS' I was touched by the letter from the 14-year-old girl who signed her letter "Born Loser." When I was a teenager I read the life story of Eleanor Roosevelt, The Ugly Duck- ling. One sentence made a tremendous impression on me and I'd like to snare it with "Born Loser "No one can insult you without your permission." Whenever I get the impres- sion t fa a t someone is slight- ing me, or if I should bs on the receiving end of a petty or painful remark, I tell my- self, "Ignore the incident as if it never happened." I re- main pleasant and unper- turbed and it works like a charm. This is a wonderful ap- proach for another reason. When I stay around, instead of going off in a huff or feel- ing hurt, I often discover that the remark came out in a way the person did not in- tend. Just sign me Benefit Of The Doubt DEAR BEN: Your letter was especially meaningful because I, too, read The Ugly Duckling and loved it Eleanor Roosevelt was one of my early heroines. Thank you for your reference. FOR SALE BY OWNER' Attractive 3 bedroom, split level home located on large 62' x 147' lot. Features open hearth fireplace, wall-to-wall carpet throughout, family room, located across from future park, fully landscaped and fenced. Private Sale, only Phone 345-3004 or 345-4322 for appointment to view. HOUSE LOCATED AT 2309-22nd AVE., COALOALE Photographer Wilson LOVE IS Inviting the "BEST MAN' To Capture and Portray Your Very Own Personal love Story As Seen Through The Misty RADIANT NEW COIOR CASUAIS A. E. CROSS STUDIO SAME CONVENIENT LOCATION 328-0111 710 3rd S. 32S4222 Lions roam in Ontario A visit to the African Safari Park near Rockfan, Ont.. where wild lions roam free and the visitors are "caged" (in their ow n cars) will be seen when CBC-TV's Gallery presents Trespassers will be Eaten today at p.m. First housing project opens for deaf senior citizens VANCOUVER (CP) Can- ada's first senior citizens' hou- sing project for the profoundly deaf and hard of 'hearing has opened here. The 28-suite apartment has the most up-to-date equipment yet devised for those with the "silent handicap In place of a doorbell, a blue light flashes on in each suite. Visitors are identified by clos- ed-circuit television, and in case of fire, specially built vibrator beds wake the ten- ants at night and a flashing red light alerts them in the day- tune. Tenants must be at least 65 years old and have incomes not Summer fun Community Summer Program FUN CLUBS: Clowns, rabbits, witches, dogs, princesses and many other characters we are used to seeing on Halloween, flock- ed to the civic centre yes- terday to celebrate a mid- summer Halloween in honor of July 13th Friday the 13th. Each park was responsible for contributing a booth to a carnival and the Fun Club children bobbed for apples, played bingo, visited a fortune teller, ate popcorn, threw darts and participated in many other carnival events. Next week, the Community Summer Porgram is fortun- ate to have the Pocket Lane Players from Calgary for two days. The Players will be pre- senting workshops for fun clubs Thursday morning and for older children, 9-12 years of age Thursday afternoon. Your local playground lead- er has information about how your park will participate in this program. Children are es- ciaBy urged to attend this special treat. Our weekly special event Fri- day will be a presentation by the Pocket Lane Players at the civic centre. Day Camp: The Henderson Lake Day, Camp has several events plann- ed for next week. Thursday afternoon, the campers will go to Park Lake and set up their camp for an overnight in addi- tion to the regular day camp events which take place all week. Friday afternoon, the day campers will have the Pocket Lane Players for a workshop and presentation K you wish to register lor day camp, you may do so at the camp site at the north east corner of Henderson Park. Registrations for a 3-day campout at Camp Impeesa, July 30-Aug. 2 are being taken at the Yates Centre or at the Hen- derson Park Day Camp, Chil- dren, aged 9-12 are invited to participate at a cost of S12. PRE-SCHOOL AGE A special experimental pro- gram for children aged 4 and 5 is to begm Wednesday after- noon, July 18 at the follow- ing parks- Ridcau Court, 20th St and 7th Ave. North. Lions Centennial, 19th Ave and 24th St Sooth. Kinsman Park, 10th St and 9th Ave. South. This program wfll include arts and crafts, games and music designed especially for pre-scbool aged children. Par- ents are urged to bring their i preschoolers, suggestions and willingness to help, if possible. Watch for our float in parade. exceeding a month Rents range from for a bachelor apartment to for a one- bedroom. "Most apartments have no' fa- cilities for the deaf and hard of said Alex Brodie who lost his hearing at the age of 14 following an attack of spi- nal meningitis. Mr Brodie and his wife, who also is profoundly deaf, were among the first to move in to the bousing project which be helped to make a reality as chairman and member of the board of the Western Institute for the Deaf which administers the building The land was purchased with a grant from the King's Daughters and Sons, and was built under the auspices of the British Columbia Housing Foundation. For a small monthly rental, tenants may install a teletype machine attached to a tele- phone, which enables deaf per- sons to communicate with each other by typewritten messages rather than sound. The device was perfected by volunteers from the Telephone Pioneers, a service dub telephone employees who spe- cialize in aiding the disabled and handicapped. "Here, deaf persons don't feel Mr. Brodie said. "We can communicate with each other through sign langu- age, and plan our own activi- ties which we find ft difficult to do when living among hear- ing persons." Golden wedding anniversary Mr and Mrs. Robert Tagg of Cardston will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house, to be held Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m. at their apartment. No. 36-3 Ave. No gifts, by request. NOTICE THE BOWMAN ACTS CENTRE Will. CLOSE JULY loth TO AUGUST 7th at p.m. fltECULAR C1ASSES AND WORKSHOPS AS USUAL) fefurtay, July 14, 1973 TNI UTHtRIDOl HMALD 17 Forthcoming marriages Mrs. Dorothy McArdy, wife of the late Mr. William Mc- Ardy, is pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of her youngest daughter, Patri- cia Lynn, to Mr. Gordon Earl Dennis, only son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Dennis of St. Cather- ine's, Ontario. The wedding is to take place August 18th, in McKillop Unit- ed Church. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ander- son of Barnwell are pleased to announce the forthcoming mar- riage of their daughter Connie Gaye to Mr. Harold May, son of Mrs. Norma May of Taber. The wedding will take place on August 25 at 4 pm. in the Church of Jesus Christ of Lat- ter-day Saints. Dr. and Mrs. Lavon Sumption of Great Falls, formerly of Lethbridge are proud and happy to announce the engage- ment and forthcoming mar- riage of their eldest daughter, Gloria Orgmia Blythe Sump- tion, to Mr. Randy P. Foggin, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Em- erson of Lethbridge. The wedding wiH take place on August 25 in tfie city. Mr. and Mrs. James F. Gough are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter SheryU Diane to Mr Kent James Batty son of Mr. and Mrs. Clair MacCrae Batty all of Lethbridge. The wedding wiD take place on August 11 at 4 p.m. in the chapel of Southminster United Church. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence lins of Bardett are pleased to announce the forthcoming mar- riage of fljeir daughter Pam- ela Jean, to Mr. Brian A. Moen son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Moen of Camrose. The wedding wffl take place on August 11 at 4 p.m. m the Burdett United Church. f" lactaements Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Fletcher are pleased to announce the en- gagement of their only daugh- ter, Jotene Mae, to Mr. Date Lawrence Hahnrast, only son of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Halm- rast, all of Warner. The wedding is to take place at p.m. on October 2th, in the Evangelical Church. r Mr. and Mrs. Carl Friesen of Taber are pleased to announce the engagement of their daugh- ter Patricia Anne to Mr. Ed- ward Maendel, eon of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Maendel of Morris, Macitofoa. The wedding wfll take place on September 15 at 4 p.m. in Norbridge Community Church. July wedding Mr. and Mrs. Wesley W. Rice of Magrath announce the engagement of their daughter Janice Card, to Mr. John K. Sterzer, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Sterzer of Salt Lake City, Utah. The wedding will take place In July. ALL MERCHANDISE IN THE STORE Mon., Tint., Wed, July 16, 17 and 18 OD FAMILY SHOPPING CENTRE CENTRE VILLAGE MALL Yonr Guide tor Gift-Giving LOSE INCHES IN NINETY RELAXING MINUTES THE NEW, EASY WAY! FIGURE TRIM GUARANTEE Yov'll toe 2 overall an your first viwt, and 5 indies by your fifth or your money will bt hi full. NO CONTRACTS TO SIGN HOLIDAY SPECIAL PHONE NOW FOR YOUR HOLIDAY SKCIAl FIGURE TRIM WtSTMrNSTSS SHOFrTOS CENTW 415 13th ST. N. PHONE 32S-9IM Gift Registry When a bride visits our Gift Registry, ifs the beginning of many happy experiences. As she selects the patterns and col- ors for her household trousseau, she graciously provides a guide for gift giving which will serve for years to come. Family and friends may consult these rec- ords as they shop for wedding gifts and later at anniver- sary and holiday times. Our Bride List SUSAN BELL CAROL DAVIS BRONWYN GAIL FRENCH KM HALES GLENDANISH KERRY NEUMANN GISELA rrisfYisu JANICE RICE LJSAEOTLEDGE ELEANOR SWANSOT? BONNIE SALLENBACK DEBBIE WAGAR TERRY ZOOK DEBBIE RAE DOWNTOWN 3rd Avwroe ;