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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: My husband and I are In a dif- ficult spot. Our son writes that "they" are coming to visit. "They" means our son and his girlfriend who have heen living together for the past year without the benefit of clergy. We have been trying to keep the lines of communication open but we can't go along with the pre-marital sex philosophy to the extent of permitting it under our noses. How shall we re- spond to our son's letter? St. Louis Impasse DEAR S.L.: Tell your son you are happy that he and his girl are coming to visit but you'd like to know what he has in mind regarding sleeping arrangements. Make your wishes clear in this regard. I have no unmarried children but I can tell you that there would be no shacking up of single people in our house, regardless of what the couple did elsewhere. Be pleasant when you write and offer to put the girl up with friends or rela- tives nearby (or in a hotel) and let your son know you ex- pect the young lady to have meals with you. elc. DEAR ANN LANDERS: This afternoon 1 had coffee with a woman 1 went tu high school with. 1 remember how bright and attractive she was. I was certain she'd make a great success of her life. About myself, I wasn't so sure. Now 20 years later she tells me what a mistake she made when she quit college in her sophomore year to lake a job and put her husband through law school. She worked like a dog, postponed having a family, did everything under the sun to take the pressure off him. He was a brilliant student, Law Review, partial scholarship. She was always in the back- ground. Six months ago her husband asked for a divorce so he can marry a female attorney. My friend said, "How can I compete with her'; It's impossible." We talked a long time and out of that talk came this message: A woman who denies herself a college education so her husband can have one is a fool. They should BOTH go to school and BOTH work part- time if that's the only way they can manage it. I feel sorry for my friend and others in her position. They thought at the time that their generosity and unselfishness would pay off in the long run. Oh what fools we mortals be. Sad Observer DEAR SAD: The advice you have suggested Is precise- ly what I have said time and time again. You. however, have said it better. Thank you. ......_ Friday, July J6, 1972 THE lEIHBRIDGF HERAIB 17 Bee-catching granny bees are beautiful., gentle WHICH WAY TO THE Two young Ger- man engineering students, complete with knapsacks and guitar, check their mop for location of a youth hostel. Government officials say youlh hostels are being used more than ever by young people travelling across the country. Wirephoto) Italy's unstable economy affects fashion designing CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HALL-Cor. 13lh St. and 6th Ave. N. FRIDAY, JULY 28th OCLOCK 4th and 8th Games in 7 NUMBERS-12lh Game S CARDS FOR 51-00 OR 25c EACH BLACKOUT JACKPOT 55 NUMBERS LUCKY NAME DRAW WORTH LUCKY NUMBER DRAW WORTH Persons Under 16 Yean Nal Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB By ODETTE MENGIN of the country's generally un- nOME (API What's be- stable econorny, their number come of Ihe Italians in Italian high fashions7 Couturiers showing their fall- winter collections recently in Rome included four Americans, a Russian, a German, a Turk, a Swiss and a Frenchman nine of the 22 who paraded their models. It is not unusual in the world of fashions for non-nationals to try their luck in one of the capi- tals of haute couture. But in Italy, the foreign invasion has coincided with a decline of the Italian couturiers. Paced by rising labor costs the closing of small textile con- cerns and other repercussions has dwindled. The closure over the last three years of almost 2.000 small mills, suppliers of fab- rics, has forced some designers to drop out. perhaps temporar- ily, or to turn to ready-to-wear fashions. Foreign designers apparently have less trouble in obtaining the no longer inexpensive but still highly-prized Italian fab- rics. Italian mills are believed to favor some of the non-Ital- ian designers with quicker de-1 livery. They hope sales abroad will step up broader exports of all Italian fabrics. LANGLEY, B.C. (CP. Annie Medd has been a bee- keeper for years half the years of her life. "Every year f say f'm getting too old for this sort of thing." she said. "But when spring comes. I can't give il up. "1 landed in the hospilal try- ing to catch a swarm ol bees when I was past 72." She told how friends had phoned her in a panic to rescue them from a bee swarm in Iheir front yard and she grab- bed a honey-filled storage bus from her colony and jumped into her truck to gel them be- fore they swarmed away. The branch the bees were on was too high lo reach, so siie stood on a saw horse- and in her excitement, fell off. with all the bees on top of her. They didn't sling swarm- ing bees rarely she drove home wilh a fractured knee thai kept her in hospital for (wo weeks and in a cast for two months. In her absence, the h e e s quietly took possession of Ihe storage box she'd left on the ground. GKNTLKNESS REQUIRED "Handle bees said Mrs. Medd, "and they're gentle with you." The rule Is always lo work slowly and calmly around hives and not to make any sudden moves. And do your work on warm, sunny afternoons when the col- ony is too busy lo care about I you. Many bees die In the winter j from cold and dampness. The bees cluster for warmth in Ihe hives, and the colder il gets the more tightly they gather j Their main concern is to keep the brood and the queen sale I and warm. "The queen Is really v e r y humble." said another Langley bee-keeper. John Ellens. "The workers are the real masters of the hives. I've seen bees at- lack and destroy a new quepn thai, for some reason, they won't accept.'7 Usually the bees know when it is time for a new queen and j the bee-keepers will notice thu production of large queen cellfi in a frame. The queen larvae gel special attention The f i r .s I real crop of the year for the bees Is the dande- i lion. "The dandelion season is short.'1 said Mrs. Medd. "and (he bees work hard to gather t Ihe honey while it lasts." Then come the orchard blos- soms. the wild flowers and the berries. The only work on one type of blossom at a time. Kail is (lifi robbing seasofl. important not to spill any honey on the ground around the hives." Mr. Ellens said. "Because when the bees find (hat they also get the idea that there's honey in the other hives. And the strong will rob the weak and fight to do it." Wasps are invaders of bee- hives too. and the careful bee- keeper burns out any wasp ne.cts in his yard to prevent the bigger, stronger yellow jac- kets from declaring a war in which they are usually the vic- tors. "Bees are beautiful." sayi Mrs. Medd. "The most inler- esting creatures you could raise." 49 SECRETS FROM A PROFESSIONAL COOK READY FOR CALL Sandra French, 29, ol fawndale, Calif., keeps her eye on the ball as. she umpires an all men's Softball game. (AP Wirephato) The LARGEST ASSORTMENT of imported styles in LETHBRIDGE Learn how to get top when you buy meat, how txj keep meat really fresh, how to fry eggs that don't stick, how TO cook delicious vegeta- bles. how use seasonings, and much more! In the Au- gust issue of Reader's Digest, one of North America's most highly regarded cooks shows you -19 shortcuts and tricks that make all the differencs in buyingandpreparingfood. Read carefully and you'lt become a different cmk over- night! One of 35 articles and features in August Digest. Get your copy todayl SUPER SHYERS FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY! THESE SPECIALS IN EFFECT ONLY AT CENTRE VILLAGE IGA-LETHBRiDGE MARTENS COALDALE WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES PRICES IN EFFECT UNTIL CLOSING SATURDAY, JULY 22nd BERRYLAND APPLE SAUCE 14 fl. oi- tint for BLUE MOUNTAIN PINEAPPLE j 5, Crushed, Cubes or Sliced 14 ft. 01. tins SOUP AYLMER TOMATO or VEG. 10 fl. oz. Itni 8 for CHUCK STEAKS TABLERITE CANADA CHOICE RED BRAND BEEF Ib. BREAD DOUGH RHODES WHITE or BROWN 5't FRESH FROM OUR OWN BAKERY DINNER BUNS WATER- MELON RED, RIPE, JUICY WHOLE 12-15 Ib. average wt. each SMOKED HAMS BURNS PART SKINNED WHOLE, SHANK or Vi'i.......... Ib. CANADA NEW LOCAL POTATOES 10 LB. BAG ;