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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, July 11, 1970 THt LETHBDIDGI HfRAlD 13 4- am Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I disagree with your conclusion that the husband who wanted his wife to have an affair with another man was trying to degrade her or even the score because he had a guilty conscience. I had a similar experience with my husband. A psychi; trist explained his behavior in quite a different way. Allen (not his real name) had a disastrous marriage be- fore we met. He caught his wife in bed with her tennis teacher. Allen was not only shocked but deeply hurt. His wife had always been coid to him, but the tennis teacher brought out a side of her he never dreamed existed. After Allen and I married he was unable to perform sexually half the time. I pretended it didn't matter. He knew better. When he suggested I have an affair with another man (he even offered to hire I was mortified. For years Allen nagged me but I refused, thinking he had to be de- ranged to suggest such a thing. When Allen died last year, I went to pieces. My doctor explained that he was hoping to rebuild his shattered self esteem by providing me with something he felt he was de- priving me of. I'm sorry now I didn't go along with him Not for my sake, but for DEAR ELEANOR: Obviously you have found comfort in this explanation. Another therapist might have come up with a different one and either could have been right. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Can a 5'10" gal get out of a sports car without looking like a baby elephant doing a toe dance? I'm dating three guys who own thimble-size cars. There must be a dignified way to get out of these baby buggies but I can't figure how to do it. Please come up with some gdvice not only for me but for my suffering sisters. I'm not Topper DEAR TOPPER: I'm 5'2" and I feel like a moose when I try to climb out of a sports car. You'll appear less cow-like if you move as close to the door as possible, keep your knees together, put your right leg out first and extend your hand to the gentleman who should be standing there if he's a gentleman. (P.S. Be careful not to put all your weight into the grasp or you may flip the guy over on his back.) JL Of 'own, Mr. and Mrs. S. Haynee of Sinclair. They are enroute t Victoria, B.C. are visitors in the city with .the latter's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mi's. Scotty FRAME STYLES FROM AROUND-THE- WORLD Regina to celebrate the I06tt birthday of Mrs. Haynee' father. Captain and Mrs. A. B Young, and son Robert, from Sydney, Australia have been in Lethbridge visiting Capt Young's sister, Mrs. F. Howan Palmer1. After visiting wit friends in Alberta the family will continue their journe; around the world, returning to Sydney in October. LEISTER'S MAIL ORDERS) Tick off you want ond Mnd t. VI. You'll recnivt your records for only each. Please Add 15c Postage on Orden and under. J t 1 3 1. INDIANA WANTS ME-Dean Taylor 1. LIGHTS OF TUCSON-Jim Campbell 3. SPILL THE WINE-Erlc Burden War 4. SILVER BIRD-Mark Lindsay 5. OOH CHILD-S Stairsteps 6. BIG YELLOW TAXI-Joni Mitchell 7. HAND ME DOWN WORLD-Gueii Who 8. BAND OF Payn. THE WITCH-Ranles 10. WE'LL HAVE IT SOMEDAY-Copcsetlc Mogafut COMING EVENTS IRISH ROOSRS "in concert" EXHIBITION PAVILION Thurs., August 13th Tickets Available at leittera WE ARE NOW STOCKING 8 TRACK PRE-RECORDED CARTRIDGE TAPES PICK UP YOUR COPY WOODSTOCK ALBUM LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDC., IETHBRIDGI NAME____............................ ADDRESS I ADDRESS Promotion By Subject, Not Grade Schools To Begin Two-Day Cycle MONTREAL (CP) Most of Montreal's English-lan- guage high schools will adopt a new system of timetabling this September known as the "two-day cycle." Under the new system, the school day will be divided into seven 45-minute periods in- stead of, as in the current sys- tem, six 50-minute periods. And the timetable will repeat itself every second day in- stead of every day. Although these changes mean the Protestant school board of Greater Montreal will have to hire a computer to wade through the complexi- ties of each student's day, school officials say they will also mean more flexibility in school organization. Lack of flexibility is the major reason for discarding the present system, a one-day cycle where, as school super- intendent Douglas McVie said in an interview, "with vir- tually every subject occurring every day, every subject is given the same importance." the new system, he said, some subjects, such as Eng- lish, will be taught every day and other less-basic subjects will appear only every second day. Also under the new sys- tem courses requiring long periods of time at a stretch, such as home economics, can be allotted two periods to gether every second day. Rearranging the school da to provide seven rather tha six periods will probably be the most immediately attrac five part of the plan as far as students are concerned, fo the extra period thus creatcorn in her father's Clarke louse Hotel now site of Metro- Mlitan Stores. Before the turn of the century the family moved to Nelson, B.C. Mr. Morris is eldest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Morris. The only time he has lived anywhere but Lethbridge was during the First World War when he served overseas and in action in Canada during the Second World War. He retired from The Leth- bridge Herald after 52 years continuous employment, latter'- ly as composing room foreman. All friends are invited to at- tend the reception and it is re- quested there be no gifts. CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HALL-Cor. 13th St. and 6th Ave. N. FRIDAY, JULY 31st 8 O'CLOCK BLACKOUT JACKPOT -54 NUMBERS 4th and 8th Gamei in 7 NUMBERS-12th Game LUCKY DRAW CARDS FOR OR 25e EACH Ptnoni Under 16 Ycqn Net Allowtd SPONSORED BY ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB I t A Measure For Quality By The Yard DRAPERY CLEARANCE Clearance of drapery materials in stock. 79c yard and up. SALAD BOWL OF THE SOUTH! FANCY LETTUCE Red, Romaine, Endive...... heads 31 .00 TOMATOES California Vine Ripened...... S RADISHES GREEN ONIONS bunches R CUCUMBERS Canada No. 1 .Medicine Hat..... SALAD DRESSING Kraft; Italian, Thousand Island Cole Slaw 16-oz. bottle 59' MIRACLE WHIP Kraft...........32-oz. jar 69' BACON DAK DANISH......1-lb. fin 99' CHICKEN Burns.......... 1 tin 1 .19 BREAD Alberta Gold ,.-.-.....loaves 5195' MEAT PIES Banquet; Beef, Turkey, 41 .00 CORNED BEEF Our Own Cure Ib. 79' WE CARRY "SCHWEPPES" BITTER LEMON, TONIC WATER, SODA WATER, GINGER ALE and BITTER ORANGE PHONE 328-1751 FOR FREE DELIVERY ;