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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Junt 3, 1974 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD 17 Dear Ann Landers: Recently a Salt Lake City mother wrote to you and said she was disgusted with the middle-aged women who had written to complain about the ugly stretch marks on their bodies, how they interfered with their ability to wear bikinis, and other such nonsense She suggested that instead of hating stretch marks she should think of them as "medals" because they usually result from childbirth I am 15 years old and mine aren't from childbirth They are from losing weight I don't want my medals ahead of time Please tell me how to get rid of my stretch marks NOW I'm too embarrassed to see a doctor Yes, I wear a bra Marred Dear Mar: Time will be your best ally The stretch marks will become less visible in a few years Unless you are planning a career as a stripper, I don't see how the marks will hinder you in any way Dear Ann Landers: Our daughter's in-laws moved to town about six months ago We are simple people of modest means and are satisifed with our lives We envy no one The in-laws seem to be invited to our daughter's home every time we are invited and it is creating a problem My husband cannot stand them They are non-stop talkers and shameless braggarts They go on endlessly about their trips, their recent purchases, their this, their that everything always the finest, complete with price tags Their other grandchildren are, of course, the most brilliant and beautiful in the world, and they always have about two dozen snapshots to pass around Will you please tell me, Ann Landers, what we can do about this9 Our son-in-law is a very fine chap and we must not let anything come between us Tone Deaf Dear T.D.: Ask your daughter to invite you separately If it's as bad as you say I'm sure she will understand Dear Ann Landers- That letter from the girl who couldn't please her mother, no matter how hard she tried, could have been written by me 30 years ago That kind of mother can't hear a cry for help She is calling too loudly for help herself What's more, if she recognizes her daughter as the person who wrote that letter to you, she'll probably beat her down even more If the mother can't be gotten to a psychiatrist then the daughter should get a job at least 500 miles away, come home once a year, and stay for five days Or, she should cut the ties completely and remain sane I Cut Them Dear Cut: I consulted with Dr George Pollock, a distinguished psychiatrist, and the director of the Chicago Institute of Psychoanalysis He said "The question is whether or not removal from an in- tolerable situation can be of help Of course it can either on a permanent basis or one that lasts 360 days a year Both the mother and child need help Perhaps if the child showed some concern for the mother, that support might serve as a bndje to help them both "Ihe cutting ot ties, though necessary in some cases, is not solutional One must be aware that the child who cuts ties may have guilt feelings later in life, especially when he or she becomes a parent WeeWhimsv Donna McCubbm will be sent the anginal an for he quote Send your child s quotation to this paper Jackpot in 53 4th-8th-12th Doubled In 7 or Free and per Card. 5 Children under 16 ibyA.u.u.c.4 By gosh the price is wrong, but right now 1847 RogersJ3ros. Stainless 30 piece IService for 6 is only (Frontvnar dtghlly highrr) Regular Value Norse Frontenac Danish Scroll Navaho G) SdimmiUu Evangelme Prfftt Pn'o'- P CALL HOUSEWARES 327-5767 DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Jogging their way to England This may appear to be a foot race or maybe girls out practicing for the track team, but actually these are the Anne Campbell Singers and Teen Clefs out jogging to get into condition and develop muscle and breath control. The Anne Campbell Singers will be practicing three times a week during June and July in preparation for the singing competition at Teaside, England in August The homemaker UM Your Chargax or Own Charga Account By MARILYN C. TATEM District Home Economist There's absolutely nothing more delicious and nothing that makes you realize that summer is really here than fresh rhubarb pie' You don't have to have a green thumb to grow it and you don't have to be a gourmet cook to create a variety of scrumptious rhubarb treats for your family Besides being very economical, it's nutritious as well Rhubarb is a good source of calcium, vitamin A, and vitamin C When storing fresh rhubarb in the refrigerator, cut in 2 or 3 inch pieces and place in a plastic bag in the cnsper Freezing rhubarb is easy Use fresh, firm, well colored stalks Remove root ends after washing and cut into one inch lengths Pack in freezer bags in the amounts needed for your favorite recipes, label and close tightly When THROUGH SCHOOL MILLBROOK.NY (AP) Bennett College and New York University will open a special six-week program in July to give students aged 13 tq 16 the chance to pursue a dancing career while continuing their education The pupils will train with NYU's professional dance company on the campus of Bennett' College, located 80 miles north of New York CiU using frozen rhubarb, thaw it only enough to separate pieces, then proceed as for fresh fruit Rhubarb adds a tangy and pleasant flavor when mixed with other fruits such as apple or raspberries in a a pie The Alberta department of argiculture has a really good Recipes" available from my office Write, phone, or drop in for it any time Rhubarb Conserve 6 cups finely cut rhubarb 1 tablespoon water 1 cup granulated sugar 1 cup brown sugar 1 cup raisins lb dates finely chopped Place rhubarb and water in large saucepan over low heat Cook until rhubarb softens Then add sugar, raisins, and dates Cook, stirring often until mixture is soft and ingredients are well combined (about one hour) Pour hot in sterilized jars and seal Rosy Rhubarb Punch 2 Ibs (7-8 cups; rhubarb 3 cups water 1 -6 cz can frozen lemonade 2-6 oz cans water cup sugar 1 large bottle ginger ale Add 3 cups water to rhubarb Simmer until tender Strain chill juice, (There will be about 4 cups) To chilled juice add frozen lemonade, water and sugar Just before serving add ginger ale Clue Six: Yellow and Close it Stands The Teacher likes it too BINGO Mon.y June 3 JickpoUZOOinSZNM. Door Card! ftofrtar Canto OT 5 tar SI St and cMMrwi Bndar LADIES' GOLF SHOES "LAZY BONES" featuring GOLFSHU Water repellent leather SIZES 3 A width 7 2A width 7 to 10 8 width 6 to 9 and Matter Charge Walcoma STERLING SHOES 32CA-6th St S. 327-3344 'All hell will break loose9 if Price sisters die in jail BELFAST (AP) Albert Price is worried that his daughters are dying He is not atraid for the got no fear of he says But he fears that if they die in a London jail all hell will break loose in North- ern Ireland Dolours Price, 23, and Mar- ion, 20, led a team of IRA guerrillas last March in plan- ting four car bombs in Lon- don One man died and more than 200 people were injured They are on a hunger strike now, demanding permission to serve their life sentences in a Northern Ireland jail, and IRA militants have vowed "devastating consequences" in Northern Ireland if they die Price, speaking as he left to visit his daughters at Brixton jail, insisted his daughters are happy "Of course they are he said "Happy about dying "The only thing that will worry them is the stupidity of the decisions which are forc- ing them to tins, and the ex- cuses that will corne when they are gone Price himself is a veteran of the Irish Republican Army In 1943 he and 20 others tun- nelled their way out of a Lon- donderry jail in one of the IRA's most spectacular es- capes The girls have been refus- ing to eat since they were convicted and jailed last No- 'White gloves9 image of IODE fading fast TORONTO (CP) Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire (IODE) members are white middle-class matrons in flowered hats and white gloves Right7 Wrong, says Lorna Dean, national president of lODE's Canadian branch That image is fading fast, she says, partly because many of the white- gloved clubwomen who once dominated the ranks of the IODE have torn off their gloves and joined the labor force On Sunday, about 800 women from across the country will begin the group's 74th annual meeting with a four-day agenda that will include discussion of projects in the 900 IODE chapters from Yeilowkmfe to St John's, Nfld such as venereal- disease information, genetic research and help for kidney- disease victims The typical volunteer now is a younger, more socially involved person, Mrs Dean says "Volunteers today want to see what they are doing They don't just want to write a cheque and be done with it MEMBERS VARY Mrs Dean says IODE mem- bership has reached out to in- clude native and immigrant women, and the group is trying to adjust its structure to the busier but more socially-oriented woman As a result, she says, much of the more than million the IODE raises each year is being poured into community projects Less and less is being committed to less- visible overseas projects Uppermost in everyone's mind, Mrs Dean says, will be the group's 75th anniversary next year For the occasion, the IODE has had a special red rose developed by Toronto horticulturist John Schloem It hopes to sell of the rosebushes in 1975 to support its various projects Mrs Dean chuckles when asked if she thinks the name Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire may stop potential new members in their tracks "Certainly, the name is no drawback within our own membership To many people, changing it would mean losing a large part of our traditions and stability "It's a grand old she sighs, but it may not stand up to pressure for a more-nationalistic flavor from modern volunteers vernber, but until two weeks ago they were fed by a tube placed down their throats The home office called it "ar- tificial the girls' supporters say it was akin to torture In the last two weeks, how- ever, the girls have taken only water The home office says they refused "co-operation" in the artificial feeding but will not spell out what co- operation involves The girls' supporters say the process was stopped because prison doctors refused to go along with it An Irish group in London said the sisters were given the last rites last weekend The home office denies this. Now the girls are at the centre of a debate in Britain Should they be allowed to die' Or should they be allowed transfer to Northern Ireland where, in contrast to British jails "political" prisoners get special privileges and are kept apart from common Criminals9 If the Price sisters get their way, about 50 other Irish pris- oners convicted in Britain on arms and explosives charges might seek the same way home Price is scornful of sugges- tions that his daughters would have a better chance to es- cape in Northern Ireland than in a British jail "Security here is greater than in he said "They have police and sol- diers everywhere "Why can't the British real- ize that if they were trans- ferred here it would be a one- day wonder9 They'd soon be forgotten along with hundreds of others UKRAINIAN GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH BINGO Tuesday, June 4th p.m. EAGLES HALL-13th St. Jackpot in 55 numbers increases and one No. weekly Mini Jackpot Top and Bottom Unas in 28 Nos. Increases and No each week DOOR PRIZE-FREE CAROS-2SC per card 5 VETERANS CLUB UNIT 34 PUBLIC BINGO Played Until Won) LETHBRIOGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (UpMaira) EVERY THUBS.-8 p.m. PUBLIC BINGO EVERY TUESDAY 8 P.M. NEW ANAF HALL MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS IN THE CLUBROOMS in 52 nos. or less increasing one No. ptr wnk until won. Consolation Jackpot Increased per week until won 16 GAMES ALL BIN60S DOUBLED ON GREEN CARD NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 YEARS OF AGE WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT Thursday, June Accordion Styling by REG Friday, June SABRES" Saturday, June For ANAF Members and their invited Guests only! Thank You CANADA PACKERS! ALL OTHER Community Minded Businesses and Individuals For Your Kind Support Of The Fort Macleod Centennial Air Snow. above is Mr Ross Held Manager of Canada Packers presenting a cheque to Or John Walker, ol Fort Macleod Centennial Air Show Chairman Canada Packers graciously underwrote the Flying Club losses incurred during the AIT Show The response to the show was overwhelming and the Macleod Air Show committee expresses Sincere Thanks to all the participants sponsors and the public for their attendance We apologize for not being able to conduct the 3c per pound air rides as advertised due to unforeseen air regulations We nope to get a clarification of this regulation and hold this section of our program later this summer We hope to conduct another Air Show Next Year1 ;