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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: This is my third marriage. My first two husbands pass- ed away both, wonderful men. The man I am now mar- ried to has many good quali- ties but after he has had a few drinks he takes over the conversation and talks con- stantly. If anyone manages to get a sentence started he butts in and talks louder and louder until the other person is drowned out and gives up. Telling him to quiet down does no good. I get so em- barrassed I want to crawl un- der the rug. It kills me to see him make a fool of him- self. It makes me so miser- able and ashamed I would rather stay home. Please help me to help him. Mar- ried To A Fog Horn DEAR MARRIED: You are not going to change him, so give up and accept the situation. The shame should be his and not yours. Fam- ily, friends and acquain- tances know by this time that old Fog Horn becomes ob- noxious when he has a few drinks. When people have had enough, they'll avoid him and then maybe just maybe he'll take the hint. Until then, chin up, no apol- ogies, and no excuses. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am a bachelor, 33, who works with computers. I'm sick of For Dad On His Day For the utmott in comfort and durability TRAIL BLAZERS Hiking Camping Fishing Exploring Men's Speed laced Hiker Sizes to 11 21.95 BENEFIT SHOES LTD. 615 4th Ave. S. Phone 327-7300 OPEN THURS. end FRI. TILL 9 P.M. barflies and pushovers who tell every man they meet that they are "liberated." (Translated into English it means, "I'll gn> to bed if you ask Maybe I'm dense but I need a female's interpreta- tion of the following: An at- tractive career girl lives on the same floor of this apart ment building. We've ex- changed greetings in the ele- vator, nothing more. This morning she stopped me and asked, out of the blue, "Would you give me a hand over the weekend and wash the tops of a few windows in my apartment? I can't reach them, even with a ladder." I was dumbfounded and gave an evasive answer. Now I wonder if it wasn't pretty cheeky of her to try to get me to do janitor work. Yes or no? Baffled In Manhattan DEAR MAN: Wake up and smell the coffee, son. She wasn't trying to get you to do janitor work. She wants to get better acquainted. I'd say she deserves a gold star for ingenuity. And I hope you'll oblige. A no-nonsense approach to how to deal with life's most difficult and mart reward- ing arrangement. Ann Land- ers' booklet, "Marriage What To will pre- pare you for better or for worse. Send your request to Arm Landers in care of Lan- ders Reader Mail, Chicago Sun Times Daily, 401 North Wabadh Ave., Chicago, El., enclosing 50c inr coin and a long, stamped, self-addressed envelope. (Copyright 1973 Field Enterprises, Inc.) 'V IP of and out 'own, Preparations for the Dr. F. H. Mewburn, QBE Chapter, IODE, coffee part will be han- dled by Mesdames E. Hopp, F. E. Quittenbaum, J. L. Tenney and A. S. Fumerton. Serviteurs for the event in- clude Miss B. Church, Mes- dames B. A. Scott, J. Loetscher, K. E. McCallum. J. Easton Jr. and E. Constable. Everyone will be welcomed Saturday from to a.m. at the Pemmican Club rooms, corner of 9th St. and 5th Ave. S. EXPENSIVE PURSE JERUSALEM (AP) An American woman, whose ident- it was kept secret, bought for the simple black shop- ping bag of Premier Golda Meir of Israel at a charity auction. WATCH FOR THE COMMUNITY SUMMER PROGRAM TABLOID In Saturday, June 9 Lethbridge Herald Thursday, Jun. 7, 1973 THI UFTHMIDOf HERALD She's finally retiring Mildred West, 82, who's retirjng June 14 after a 62-year teaching career, talks wlth Of her pupils at Kingsway Regional High School, Swedesboro, N.J. She has taught three generations in rural southern New Jersey with firmness, fa.rness ana a sense of humor. With her are Rita Coldey, foreground, and Joyce Knestaot, both 18. Male supremacy supported TORONTO (CP) not men! There's a woman fighting for the cause of male suprem- acy. And she is attracting quite a throng of supporters from the ranks of her sex. "I -will always acknowledge male supremacy; I will always be grateful for what my man has gifted me it is children, a home or simply the pleasure of his said Betty Jan Jarboe, a San Francisco mother and president of the Anti-Women's Liberation League. The group, which boasts a membership of views the women's liberation movement as a threat to the family unit and a force which might eventu- ally produce laws that stifle in- dividual freedom. Mrs. Jarboe, who prefers to be known by her nickname J.J., has c ommitted herself to "bringing health, happiness and contentment into the life of my mate." "My husband is the head of the house and if he ordered me to stay home, I'd do she said during a visit here. MOKE AGGRESSIVE This mother of four children ranging from 16 to eight years has worked as a model, actress and news reporter and has oper- ated a legal secretarial service and a day care home. J.J. said she bases her theory of male supremacy on the dif- fering physiology of the two sexes. "Men have stronger hearts and are built to be aggressive because of the type of hormones in then: system. "Women are passive, not be- cause of social conditioning, but THE BETTER HALF By Barnes 'Repeat after me. .Being cognizant-of our current budget situation, I solemnly swear that today I will only look and not buy. FEATHERS DISTILLED. AGED AND BOTTLED IN BOND UNDER SUPERVISION OF THE CANADIAN GOVERNMENT BLEND Three Feathers. The light fantastic. What improves the light, gentle taste of a four year old whisky? Blending it with the mellow smoothness of an eight year old. And only Three Feathers does it. Sip the light fantastic. Your assurance of quality because of their particular hor- monal balance." J.J. makes regular cross country tours, speaking mainly to college students, and she's al- ways prepared for a round oi heckling. "They tend to get very emo- tional, so I try to keep cool. I simply tell them that I have love and when they enjoy thai experience they will understand what I'm talking about." calendar of 'ocal happenings The Anne Campbell Singers will practise at 1 p.m. Sunday in Southminster United Church prior to singing at the Legion convention at 2 p.m. at the civic centre. Girls are asked to wear blue dresses. Pemmican Club members are reminded that tickets for the Heritage Park bus trip on Sun day, must be obtained from Mrs. L. J. McKenzie, 626 6th St. S., or R. C. Niven, 704 13th St. S., prior to 6 p.m. Friday All passengers are required to bring their own refreshments. The regular meeting of Leth bridge Lodge No. 2, IOOF, wil be held in the Oddfellows Hall Friday at 8 p.m. Visiting mem bers welcome. Foxy fashion flares NEW YORK (AP) Com- plete with plump paws, claws, nose and healthy fur, the fox has snatched tire limelight for fall fashions. The limp pelt of the single red fox is tossed over model's shoulders in the fall collections of Bill Blass, Oscar de la Benta and John Anthony. If not used for trimming, his colors are borrowed and emerge in all kinds of rust tones, starting with a pale, golden melon which is the color of his inner fur. Elass, who's always been a big fur-trimmer, even traced a full length mink coat in lynx. He trimmed a purple gown in sable. Oscar de la Rente also used fur with a generous band, to border his quilted evening Jack- ets and to dramatize his day- time tweed sweater coats. John Anthony plunged whole- heartedly into the colors of melon and rust, built around brown. Utoolivorm WEEKEND M TERRIFIC BUYS LAWN CHAIRS 5 strand webbing Each LAWN LOUNGES 5 strand webbing Each Everblooming Terrific ANKLETS TODDLER'S AND MISSES' Nylon stretch, assorted colors pair INFANTS' SHORTS AND T-SHIRTS SET 100% nylon 4 ,87 stretch............Each ROYAL TONE DIGITAL CLOCK RADIO Each PLASTIC DRAPES Size VASELINE INTENSIVE CARE LOTION 1.23 PARTY PATIO LIGHTS C.49 Six lights in a 9 24" BARBECUE Folding tripod legs, plated grill with Tubular catch adjustment. TERRIFIC BUY FACE CLOTH Assorted design and colours. Size 2 HAND TOWELS Assorted designs and colours. Size GEORGE WESTON WAGON WHEELS Double Chocolate Flavour TOSS CUSHIONS Size 22" square. Assorted colors Each PLASTIC WADING POOL 5 foot diameter.....Each OUTDOOR CLOTHES DRYER Parallel type clothes line.......Each ILLUMINATED SMOKER STAND Assorted colours and styles. FATHER'S DAYS SPECIAL REVERSIBLE TUBULAR RUG 99% Nylon Size FORTREL PLEATED SKIRTS White only Sizes 8 to 16. Each LADIES' DRESSES 50% cotton and 30% polyester. Size S, M, I, and OS------Each 33-" 10-88 3 ,99 LADIES' SHORT SETS Double knitted, VI i44 Sizes LADIES' PATTERN SMOCKS 3-33 Long sleeve........Each LADIES' WHITE SHORTS 100% polyester Sizes POWER DRILL BLACK and DECKER JIG SAW BLACK and DECKER........Each TOOL BOX Sturdy metal, Red only...........Each 1.87 MEN'S SPORT SHIRT Short sleeves, Sizes Each 17.88 FISHING TACKLE ASSORTED.........Each QQ CAMP COTS Blue only..........Each f___ BAKERY SPECIAL APPLE PIES TERRIFIC BUY 4 CLEARANCE SPECIALS 4 PLAYER BADMINTON SET------Each MEN'S AND LADIES' SUNGLASSES A Assorted styles......Each STAINLESS TABLEWARE SET 24 piece set........Each JUMBO QUILTED PATCHES Each BATTERY OPERATED TOYS------Each GARMENT BAGS Green ad yellow Each MEN'S SHOES......Each APPLIANCE ROLLERS Each J.88 Use Your Woolworth, Woclco or Chargex Cords ;