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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta IB _ THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, July 17, 197J Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: For my first wedding anniver- sary I am considering asking my husband lo throw away his collection of ex-girlfriends' pictures. When Ted and I were first married the pictures were in the top desk drawer. I kept running into them whenever I wanted writing paper or a pencil. I asked Ted if he would please put them somewhere else. He slutted them in a shoe- box and put them on the closet shelf. I am beginning to wonder why we have to have them around at all. It occurred to me that maybe I ought lo tlmw them ?way myself with the rest of the junk. Then I got the bright" idsa that I'd ask Ted lo burn them as an anni- versary present. I'll do as you say. -Washington Posted DEAR WASH: Think of something else. Those pictures are not yours they arc Ted's and he should be free lo keep them if he wishes. Any pressure from you might be inter- preted as jealousy and Ihis is no message to convey on your first anniversary. DEAR ANN LANDERS: There's another side ot the story bende the one expressed by Ihe young widow who married a man wilh three "impossible brats." Ten yecrs ago I married a widower with five children. I had two of my own. Jly husband's brood ranged from 14 to six. When I married their father, Ihese children were steal- in' smoking pot and having trouble with teachers and neigh- bors. They were rebellious and disrespectful. Deep down I knew why. They had been of a mother for most of their lives and they were bitter and undisciplined. Within a week alter I married and moved into our new home wUh my two youngsters, one of my step-daughters told me she hated me because I had married her father "for his money." Another step-daughter broke my little boy's nose. The len-year-old stole 515 from my purse. The six-year-old set fire to Hie garage. I was determined lo conquer the situation with love and understanding. The first thing I did was call a family meet- ing and lay down rules. The children acted mad but they really loved it. No one had ever set limits for them and they viewed my toughness as a sign thEt I cared. From then on it was a matter of keeping my word, serving as referee, counsellor and above all, a loving presence. Today these children are good citizens, good students, and I am immensely proud of them. My husband calls me the Miracle Worker. I say the change in their lives was no mira- cle, it was the natural by-product ot love. Cleveland Mom DEAR MOM: What can I say except BEAU- TIFUL! DEAR ANN LANDERS: Yesterday I was missing some pudding for dessert. I ran out of milk. The market is about three blocks away. I slipped on a coat and dashed out to the market. It was about p.m. and there were long lines most folks had lots of groceries. I got behind two women who has enormous loads. I wailed patiently until Ihe first lady got checked out and then I tapped the second lady on the shoulder and said, "I just have this one item would you mind letting me She looked al me wilh fierce anger In her eyes and shouled, "I am sick of you pushy Jews. Wait like everybody It so happens that I am not Jewish but that is beside the point. I felt as if I had been slapped in the face. Please comment. Still Unnerved DEAR STILL: I feel sorry for that woman, and others like her. What a tortured existence to be so full of hate. She must suffer a great deal. Monday, July 17th JACKPOT NOS. "20 ALARM BINGO" SI Gold Card Pay Double S5 Door Prize-Free Cardi (Many other extras) Regular Cards 25c or 5 for 13lh St. and 6lh Ave. 'A' N. No children under 16 allowed ana out of town, Canyon Church Camp In Waterton, was recently visited by 43 members of the Golden Mile Senior Citizens' Centre. Following a welcome by stafj and campers, the senior citizens were entertained with music, games and a variety of contests in the lodge. Members are re- minded of the week long camp which is being planned for next summer. BRENDA'S BEAUTIQUE "HOME OF THE SHAMPOO AND SET" 922 5lh Avenue N. Phone 328-7366 BINGO RAINBOW HALL 5th AV.. N. TUESDAY, JULY 18th ot 8 p.m. First Jackpot in 58 Ncs. 2nd Jockpot in 55 Nos. Free Cards-Cards and 25c per Card, 3 Cards 51.00 Free Games Door Prize No Children Under 16 Yeais Sponsored By A.U.U.C. Association YOU want me to go lo the hospital oh, Docloil IETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LIMITED POST OFFICE BOX 938 IETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Lowor Lovol 7lh Street Shopping Mcill 316 7th SI. Soulh Phono (403) 328-7411 President STAN WORBOYS A REAL BAND CONCERT Welcoming the Colling- wood Onlario-Canada Collegiate Band al an honest-to- gocdness band concert, held in front of the exhibition, grounds grandstand, is Jack Tiffen, president of the Leth- bridge Exhibition Board, (behind microphone) and Cleve Hill, right, parade marshall. The band will be appearing during Whoop-Up Days. Bill Groenen, photo New fraulein 'a delight' French mistress obsolete in Germany MUNICH (CP) They used to say thai the dream of every German male was to have a sensible German wife and an exciting French mistress. But not any more. Today, German girls are in- terested in the latcEl styles, watch their figures, and, if the men are to be believed, are "a delight to look at and fun to be with." Of course, the plump fraus are still around in their tailored suits and polished oxfords with no makeup on their shiny faces. But with the outlook of the new generation of fraulsins, the fashion houses, shops, bou- tiques and cosmetic businesses are flourishing. Swiss, French and United States companies have moved in to take advan- tage of the big market. The American firm, Revlon, alone has 300 girls in the field de- monstrating makeup. "Of course, we have to adapt our lines to German an executive said. "Here, women prefer yellow England, it is pink. We know Ihat most older women will never lose their hang-up about it being in bad taste to use lipsitck. My own mother is one of them. But most of our lines sell well wilh younger women and girls." INDUSTRY LAGS Alfred Wurm. director of Mode-Woche Munchen, I h e Munich fashion fair, says Ihe industry in Germany is behind that of France and England as a money producer but is ahead of Ita'ly. Germans have earned the title of the greatest beer drink- ers in the world and Munich is the beer capital of the counlry. But suds don't earn as much for Ihe city as its styles. The Munich fashion fair draws buy- ers and exhibitors from 21 countries. Munich still is a stronghold for Ihe Iraditional Bavarian costumes of dirndls and loden caps, jackets, skirts and coats. The old family firm, Loden- Frey, still is making and sell- ing Bavarian clothes, litlle changed in style from the last century. But one of the successful fashion houses in Munich, Quis- sar, has built its reputation on the youthful, sporly look and co-ordinates 100 pieces to make IWeeWhimsy] Former premier's daughter continues to defy regime LONDON (AP) Judith Todd, 28, daughter of Gariield Todd, Southern Rhodesian for- mer premier, arrived here today after being ordered out of Rhodesia. She said she will con- tinue to defy the white-minority regime in Rhodesia. "If I am invited to write polit- ically about Rhodesia I will do so, even at the risk it could make my father's position a lit- tle more she told re- porters. Miss Todd was detained with her father by Rhodesian author- ilies six months ago and held without charge or trial. She was released last weekend but told to leave the country and warned she faced arrest if she returned. Her father, a long-time critic of the Rhodesian regime, still is under house arrest at his ranch J f lendar o I fl local nappeninql The Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens Organization, affiliated witli the Provincial and National Pensioners r.Tid Senior Citizens Organization, will meet on Wednesday at 2 p m. in the civic cenlre. Note time change for this meeting only. Arrangements lo be final- ized for picnic and lickels will be available for convention and Calgary trips. Entertainment nnd lunch to follow meeting. No transportation provided to or from Ihis meeting only. All members are to make a special effort In r.Ucnd; new members and friends welcome. near Shabani, 250 miles south o! I Salisbury. Todd, 64, is recover- ing from an illness he suffered in prison, Miss Todd said. The pretly, dark-haired rebel warned that trouble is looming in the breakaway colony ruled by Premier Ian Smith's white- minority regime. She said "the people ol Rho- desia" have rejected the conlro- v e r s i a 1 settlement between Smitli and British Foreign Sec- retary Sir Alec Douglas-Home and if it goes through "they will take it that Sir Alec Douglas- Home does not care what the people think." numerous jacket, blouse, skirt and pants outfits. A tie-up with a French house produces clothes below the haule couture price lag. "We watch developments in England, France and Italy and keep an eye on street fads in the big cities to gauge the moods that are says Heinz Quissar. Women's requests given service By JEAN SHARP Canadian Press Women's Editor TORONTO (CD If Hie fed- eral government does nol cslab- lish a human rights commission responsible to Parliament, an organization of working women is going to try to eslablisli its own. A resolution to that effect was massed by delegates to the na- .ional convention of the Cana- dian Federation of Business and Professional Women's ilubs. About 300 women have been representing members at the four-day meeting. In presenting the resolution, Ruth Randall of Edmonton said: "Women's groups have been ?oLng to the government for years and all they've succeeded in doing is changing the labels on a few packages. There is only lip service paid to our re- quests." Hilda Cryderman of Vernon, B.C., was appointed chairman of a committee to investigate ways to establish an independ- ent human rights commission In an interview, she said the effort will be made even if the government does establish a commission unless the commis- sioner is a woman and is re- sponsible directly to Parlia- ment, rather than to a minister. The resolution based its condi- tions on recommendation 1G5 o[ the report of the royal commis- sion on Hie status of women. Miss Cryderman said men are net fair about women's right. "Men don't have a record of looking after women." She acknowledged an inde- pendent commission would not have official standing, but said it could be most effective in mo- public opinion. She also said the committee's work would not be limited to women only, but will "under- take to improve thn lot of every man, woman and child in Can- ada w h o is discriminated against." PUBLIC BSNGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHSRIDGE ELKS LODGE SOOM (Upsloirs) EVERY THURS.-B p.m. SIMPSONS-SEARS SEWING MACHINE RENTAL Loll of mending to do? A wedding A yen to be creative? Rent and Sew wilh a gorgeous KENMORE ZIG ZAG from Simpsons-Sears. Telephone 326-9231 Or Drop In At Simpsons-Sears, Centre Village Mall For Complete Details THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "Are you using the same cake as last year? I see it has the same number of candles." QUICK........ THRIFT........ BUIK......... COIN-OPERATED DRY CLEANING PER LB. BY THE POUND Minimum per order LEE DUCK DRY CLEANERS 330 13th ST. N. PHONE 327-2770 MAKING FIIIENDS A small girl named Virginia in the Unitarian Service Com- mittee (iirls Home in Illnlikuhi, Southern Africa, has rccrnlly j learned the meaning of global friendship. In a letter lo "iMum- mie Hilschmnnnva" sin: re- marks, "In my life f have nev- er seen one from Canada I was very glad lo sec you. i'lcasc visit Swaziland again. When I pin my Canadian Flag pin I feel like as if I am in Canada.'1 Details of lhc> 1IKC Koslcr Par- lent Scheme may he oblaimvl from USC Headquarters, Sparks Sired, Ollawa. A.N.A.F.- UNIT 34 Cor. 5th Ave. and 6lh St. 5. TUESDAY, JULY 18th-8p.m. IN THE ClUBROOMS Firll 12 Gomel Firil Card Olliors 25c oach 1st No. Increase Wnokly 2nd No. increase Wookly BIACKOUT IN 56 NUMBERS OR LESS Eilra 5 Games Cards 25c each or 5 for All regular games pay double IF you win In 7 nol. or lost. _____________MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS_____________ SIMPSONS-SEARS Nice Little Tilings for the Bath PRINCESS SHAMPOO SPRAY ATTACHMENT. WHITE VEIVET EGG CREAM SHAMPOO. Reg. 99c 1.09 88c WHITE VEfVET CREME RINSE. Reg. 99c WHITE VEIVET BATH OVAIS. RGQ, 30c.............. 4 89c Box of 3. MARINE TREASURE SOAPS. Reg. Jl.OO 24 or. WHITE VELVET BUBBLE BATH. Reg. I'.i oz. Simpsons-Scars ROLL- A 1 A ON DEODORANT. Reg. 99c. for Simpsons Scars DRY ANTIPERSPIRANT SPRAY. Reg. MARINE TREASURE BATH PEARLS. 1 QQ WHITE VEIVET HAND and BODY OO. IOTION. Res. 99c............. STORE HOURS: Open 9 a m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 n.m. lo 9 p.m. Centra Village. Telephone 328-9231 ;