Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
16 IETHBWOGE HERMD Tiurtdoy, 1, EATO N'S "SKYWAY" LUGGAGE Women's in Dresden blue, ivy green, topaz gold. 29.99 36.49 43.49 56.49 17.49 21" WEEKEND Special 24" PUUMAN Special 26" PUtlMAN Special 30" PULLMAN Special 15" TOTE BAG Special Men's in olive, black. 21" CARRY-ON Special 38.49 52.49 Samsonite's "Saturn" Luggage at low price They're ruggedl Polypropylene moulded ore scuff and sfain resistant. Lightweight metal frames for exlra strength. Recessed locks. Washable interiors. Women's in red, blue, white. 19.95 23.95 34.95 33.95 19.95 23.95 29.95 34.95 Luggage, Lower Floor BEAUTY CASE Special 21" OVERNIGHT CASE Special WARDROBE CASE Special 26" PUUMAN Special TOTE BAG Special MEN'S 21" COMPANION Special ONE SUITER Special THREE SUITER Special Viking Deluxe Zig-Zag Sewing Machine Note the many features of this heavy duty precision made machine. Makes buttonholes Sews on buttons Manual decorative designs Dial stitch length control Push button reverse stitch Buill-in molor and sewlile Built-in darner and mender Special Portable Price In Walnut Console. Special, each 9995 139 .95 L mer Floor Buy Line 328-8811. Shop Eaton's Tonight Until 9 and Friday 9 'Til 9. Use Your Convenient Eaton Budget Charge Account. WASH MUST GO ON Whether there happens to be ily truck to use is one way to beat the no-line-lo-hang-up- a regulation wash line or not, the owner of these kids' clothes-on problem, undies decided something must be done. Putting the fam- -Ed Finloy Photo Ann Landers Status of women till unchanged DEAH ANN LANDERS: This is an answer to "Swinger's Wife." Some people are totally incapable of establishing per- manent relationships, because when they were growing up, everyone they became attached to betrayed them, moved away or died. As an adult, The Swinger still needs love but he is afraid to allow himself to fall in love because he is terrified of being hurt again. He cannot handle mature rela- tiinships, such as marriage or fatherhood, so ht seeks out someone like himself, someone who will settle for a superfi- cial, hit-and-run encounter. If, in a moment at weakness, The doss decide to marry, he makes a very poor husband and an inadequate father. Invariably he visits misery on everyone whose life he touches. The only answer is Jesus Christ. I know this is true be- cause I have tried everything else and nothing worked. The day I found Him my life changed. In all the years I have been reading your column you have never once suggested Jesus Christ as the solution to a prob- lem. Surely I am not the first person who has written to you along these lines. Even though you might not agree that Jesus is the greatest healer of all you should print a letter which mentions Him as a possibility. Please show the proper ecumenical spirit. Believer DEAR BELIEVER: Never let it be said that I failed to show the proper ecumenical spirit. Here is your letter and my thanks for writing it. If Jesus provided the answer for you, I say. "Wonderful-" Help is where you find it. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Two years ago my husband died and left me well fixed. The family home had been an im- portant part of my life for 30 years and I decided not to move. Two of my children begged me to live with them biit I refused. My youngest daughter, with whom I have a very good relationship, said, "If you won't come and live with us, how would you like US to come and live with YOU I said, "I'd love So they moved in eight montlis ago wilh their 15-year-old daughter. The question I am writing about may seem ridiculous but I'd like an answer. My granddaughter and her boyfriend talk on the phone three times a day. They go to the same school and walk home together. They usually stand in frorJ of the house and visit for half an hour. As soon as he gets home he calls her up. They talk for about 20 minutes. Im- mediately after supper she telephones him. This conversation lasts about half an hour. At ten o'clock on the dot he calls her "to say goodnight." That conversation goes on for about 30 minutes. I am very fond of my granddaughter. The young man is attractive and well-behaved. I am not teing critical. I had lots of beaux when I was young but what. I'd like to knov is what in the world do these kids talk about. Thank you Ann. Gram DEAR GRAM: Don't you remember? DEAR ANN LANDERS: My husband is a heavy drinker He refuses to admit that he cannot handle his liquor. In tin past year he has had three car accidents. The first two were minor but the last one was serious. He nearly hied to death. My nerves are shot because I don't know what will happen to him the next time. Will you please tell me how to help this man of mine? In Hanover DEAR I know of no way to help an alcoholic who refuses to admit he has a problem. Your husband is trying to kill himself. He's using a bottle instead of a gun. Write to Al- Anon and get some help for yourself. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I haven't the guts to tell her to her face. She reads your column every day. Win you print this? DEAR WIFE: The invitation for our high school's 25th reunion came last week. I'd love to go. Will you please lose 30 pounds so I can be proud of you? Loving Husband DEAR HUSBAND: I take it YOUR weight is the same. It better be, Bub. There is a big difference between cold and cool. Ann Landers shows you how to play it cool without freezing peo- ple out in her booklet, "Teen-Age Sex Ten Ways To Cool It." Send 50 cents in coin and a long, stamped envelope to Landers Header Mail, Box 3364, Chicago, 111. Please send inquiries and requests to Landers Header- mail Department, Cnicago Sun Times-Daily News, 401 North Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111. 60611. (1072 Publishers-Hall Syndicate) REGINA (CP) Miss Sylva I. Gelber, director of the fed- ral labor department's omen's bureau, says the status I women in Canada has not hanged in 50 years. Speaking to a seminar spon- ored by the National Council of Miss Gelber said 'orr.en retreated from their orward march toward social Lstice and equality after re- eiving the right to vote. She said the apathy of women .uring the 1920s and 1830s, and he poor economic situation in in line anada pushed the lemale Into background from which she as not yet returned. 'It is difficult to remember In he 70s, when reading tlie report f (lie royal commission on the tatus of women, that hall a entury ago women thought hey were on the way." Miss Gelber said that, to the women ol the 1920s, conditions by tiie commission vould be all but unbelievable. She said that, because women lave stood aside and watched he world go past, social atti- udes which adversely effect women have come about. These include such attitudes as those relating to the poor, the majority of whom aro women." Also, the attitude "toward her as a woman wh'ch placed her at a legal, social and economic dis- advantage. The first child of Virginia and Dale Taylor of Red Deer wo month old Steven Ray, has begun the fourth generation in he Taylor family. Both parents are former res dents of Lethbridge, and Mr Taylor is now manager of s sporting store in Red Deer. Grandparents of the child aro Roy and Fern Taylor of Cal jary, former owners of a Leth jridge feed mill, and grea ;randparents are Thomas and Opal Taylor of 233 Dieppe Blvd., Lethbridge. Big hearts The boys of Seva Samajam Boys' Home in Bangalore, which is sponsored by the Uni- tarian Service Committee, re- cently contributed 101 rupees to the Prime Minister's Relief Fund, to help the children of fndian soldiers killed in the re- cent hostilities between India and Pakistan. USC Headquar- ters is at 56 Sparks Street, OSt- tawa. 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