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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: The column about "house devils and street angels" hit me where I live. Everyone who knows me socially ciders me very easy-going. They all say I have a beau- tiful disposition, unflappable it's only my "street angel" facade. At home I'm a different person and I hate myself for it. I am married to a wonder- ful man. He is kind and gen- erous. I couldn't be luckier. We have an attractive, weil- furnisbed home and two great sons. I should be thanking God every day for my blessings. But I find my- self yelling at the eight- year-old for no good reason and I've been petty and mean to my husband more times than I care to think about. I wake up in the morn- ing and tell myself, "Today will be different." But it Isn't. This is a genuine plea for help, Ann. I wasn't always this way. What is the rea- son for my lack of control and this depressed state? I eat constantly and am over- weight. I've tried talking to my doctor about it but he tells me how lucky I am and that 95 per cent of his pa- tients would give anything to change places with me. I'd give anything to be happy and laugh like I used to. Can you please help me? Devil DEAR H. D-: The fact that you recognize the problem and want to do something about it bodes well. Go back to that doctor who told you how lucky you are and tell him you know you are lucky but you want to do some- thing about your uncontrol- lable temper and periodic de- pressions before your luck runs out. Ask him where you can get a mental health evaluation. It may be that an initial exploration and a few ventilation sessions will set you straight. Obviously something is bothering you. (It might be menopausal or When you find out what It is you can then go to work on how to deal with it. DEAR ANN LANDERS: PACIFIC car wash people FREE EXTERIOR WASH with gasoline purchase of 5 gallons or more (Exterior wash with gasoline purchase of 5 gallons or less) Complete interior and exterior wash with 15 gallon purchase with 10-15 gallon purchase with 5-10 gallon purchase with 3-5 gallon purchase with no gasoline purchase SUPERSONIC CAR WASH 1819-3 Ave. S. We honor afl credit cards approved by dealer before purchase Deluding CHARGEX. Extra Charge for eommerclel credit sards A May I speak in behalf of "Victim in Detroit" who wrote in support of adults who would prefer NOT to as- sociate with their parents? You implied that compas- sion is a working substitute for communication and mut- ual respect. I refuse to ac- cept that concept. For exam- ple: my mother-in-law is a chronic complainer. Nothing is ever right. She is the world's worst pessimist. My own parents are even more difficult to be around. Our political views are miles apart. Our religious beliefs are different from theirs. They cannot tolerate our children because they are "noisy, inquisitive and dis- respectful." We don't try to change our parents' minds about any- thing, yet they are constant- ly trying to change ours. So what's to talk about? The weather is the only safe subject, but it soon wears out." We live several hundred miles apart. After every pe- riodic "duty call" we return home to bind our wounds. No matter how hard we try to keep the relationship pleas- ant, we always part on a sour note. So, please don't knock us, Ann. We are Heartsick Enough DEAR FRIENDS: I'm not knocking you and I can't sea that we are in disagreement. The people I have trouble with are children who want absolutely nothing to do with their parents and have writ- ten them off completely. I submit, there may well be justification for limited con- tact, and sometimes it is the only answer, but to shut out parents totally and forever is cruel and inhuman. CONFIDE NTIAL TO A NUTTY SCAIRDY CAT: You aren't a nut. You are fright- ened because you are unfa- miliar with the facts. Every surgical procedure has in- herent risks, but the opera- tion you need is not "dan- gerous." Your physician can give you the reassurance you need. Talk to him. Summer fun styles Doris Graham, left, favors a sleek, blue-checked flap pockets, highlighted by a red sweater, gets a few low skirt teamed with white belt and yellow sleeveless top golf pointers from Bob Van Schaik. These are two of as she lifts the flag for putter Gord Hopkins. Irene Virtue ensembles shown this week at the Lethbridge Country wearing trim beige linen pant suit with wide lapels and Club's annual fashion show and tea. RICK ERVIN photo A Calendar of Local Happenings Evening Branch ACW of St. Augustine's Church will hold a summer wind-up meeting at p.m. Tuesday in Sven Ericksen's Restaurant. A short business meeting will follow the dinner. The Chinook Senior Citizens' Handicraft Club will meet from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday at the home of Mrs. E. Linn, 1614 6th Ave. N. A potluck luncheon will be served at noon. Mem- bers and friends welcome. Xi Iota Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, will hold a dinner meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Hy's Steak-Out. Mrs. Dale A. Mar- tin will present the program on woman's place is in the world. The regular monthly meeting of the Canadian Pacific Rail- way Pensioners' Association will be held in the club rooms at 2 The homemaker MARILYN C. TATEM District Home Economist With the long weekends of summer fast approaching, camping and boating time will soon be here. It isn't too early to start thinking about it. Plan- ning f jad for a camping or boating holiday is not, difficult, as any experienced holiday- maker will tell you. Space and refrigeration are most frequently the limiting factors and pose the biggest problem to the new camper or boater, so it is advisable to do a little pre-planning. Buy cans or prepared foods, canned chicken, clucxen and FLASH! JUST RECEIVED FURTHER SHIPMENT OF LADIES' HUARACHE SANDALS HURRY IN THEY WON'T LAST BENEFIT SHOES LTD. 615 Ave. S. Open Thurs. cnj Fri. Till 9 p.m. turkey stews, etc., packages of over hot coals or on camp or dehydrated soups, sauces and galley stove, turning occasion- pudding mixes which require onty the addition of water or depending upon size of chicken milk and short cooking or, as in pieces and add 20 to 30 min- the case of some pudding, no cooking. Plan menus using these var- ious items and try them out on the family before holiday time arrives. It is a waste of money to stock the vacation or week- end larder with foods the family has never tried and may not like. There is another advantage to trying out prepared, semi- prepared, packaged or canned foods before leaving home. You frequently discover dual pur- poses for some items. For example, soups both de- hydrated and canned make ex- cellent seasoners and sauces for poultry. Frozen chicken kept in a well-insulated chilled ice chest or picnic box will thaw slowly enough to be held for us- ually two days at least. Two suggestions from Doro- thy Batcheller of the Poultry Products Institute of Canada for preparing chicken are to: 1) Place clean chicken pieces (thawed or frozen) on squares of foil, sprinkle with dehydrat- ed onion soup or chili, spag- hetti, goulash or other dehy- drated sauce mix, make into leak-proof packages and cook OPENING SPECIALS COTTON KNITS J.60 and UP ARNEL JERSEY Reg. MEN'S Pants Fabrics POLYESTER Double Knits 3-95, and UP VARIETY FABRICS WESTMINSTER MALL PHONE 327-1945 ally. Cook for 1 to hours utes longer for frozen pieces. If boned and flattened into cut- lets, the chicken will cook in much less time. 2) Place chicken on squares of foil, add a tablespoon of canned, soup (mushroom, toma- to, chicken, cheese, celery, etc.) and slice of potato, carrot, green pepper and or onion, close packages aid cook as di- rected above on grill or in pres- sure cooker. This procedure may be used for oven cooking also at 350 to 375 degrees F. 3) Bone breasts or thighs, flat- ten to thickness of 1-3 inch, dip in seasoned flour or egg and crumbs and pan fry, turning once. Chicken will cook in 8 to 10 minutes. Serve with salad, and-or vegetables for a quick nourishing meal. p.m. Tuesday. All members are urged to attend. The regular meeting of Maple Leaf Chapter No. 7, OES, will be held at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Masonic Hall. The Lethbridge chapter of the Sweet Adelines meets from 8 to p.m. each Wednesday evening in the basement of Christ Trinity Lutheran Church, 420 12th St. S. All women in- terested in singing barbershop harmony style are urged to come out for an evening of fun. Southminster UCW groups will meet as Susan Galbraiih at the home of Mrs. R. A. Hood, 534 14th St. S., at p.m. Wed- nesday. Alma Buchanan at the home of Mrs. E. C. H. Davis, 202-Resma Manor, at p.m. on Wednesday. Grace Marshall at the home of Mrs. H. Hudson. Mem- bers to meet at the home of Mrs. Needs, 2 p.m. Wednesday. Ellen Denoon at the home Of Mrs. T. B. Haig, 1213 6th Ave. A S., at 3 p.m. Wednesday. ana out of 'own Ladies of the OOEP No. 76 Mrs. Barb Marshalsay. marked Royal Purple day re- cently by entertaining senior m U.JG jCal vvcic citizens in the Picture Butte Qellatly, Mrs. Verna Blair and Elks Hall. Mrs. Delia Pearson. Community singing, under the _---------- direction of Lois Erickson, was followed by piano and guitar solos. Bingo was played, and lunch was served at the con- clusion of the afternoon. _ Sixty four senior citizens were in attendance. Tau Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi recently held its annual birth- day party at the home of Mrs. Roni Hermanutz. Mrs. Verna Blair, Mrs. Bev Perkins and Mrs. Marg Sanford were guests of honor. Perfect attendance pins were presented to Mrs. Caran Moss, Mrs. Linda Park, Mrs. Delia Pearson, Mrs. Bev Perkins and UKRAINIAN GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH BINGO, TUESDAY, JUNE 12th, 8 p.m. JACKPOT IN 52 NOS. (INCREASES WEEKLY JACKPOT 7 NUMBERS OR LESS 5 CARDS 25c PER CARD No One Under 16 yrs. Details Announced at Bingo Corner 13th St. and 7th Ave. N., Basement Doors Open at 7 UNIT 34 A.N.A.F. BINGO EVERY TUESDAY-8 P.M. IN THE CLUBROOMS JACKPOT (GAME 14} IN 54 NUMBERS (OR LESS) EXTRA WiTH GREEN CARD NO WINNER DOUBLED WITH GREEN CARD and 1 Number Weekly Until Won 12 GAMES IN 7 NUMBERS OR LESS THEN DROPS TO TILL WON. Deor Card (woodgroin) each or Brown SOe eoch. Green key card (this card may be pur- chased if a player hat a door card and at least 4 ether or brown ALL BINGOS CALLED ON A GREEN CARD -MONEY IS DOUBLED IN REGULAR OR 4 CORNERS MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY Winners of the best program of the year were Mrs. Glerma 11. Mfl IITHMIDOI HRALD Senior citizens to approach city Senior citizens met recently; at the Salvation Army Citadel to discuss the proposed new apartment building for senior citizens, which is to be located near the new library. The group decided to meet with city council on Monday, June 18, to discuss the follow- ing issues: The feasibility of a 12- storey building. It was felt that Lethbridge does not have ade- quate fire equipment to cope with the higher levels. Another objection to the upper floors was the fact that senior citizens themselves bad asked that the building be no more than five stories, as the majority of older people suffer from either heart trouble or high blood pressure. Because the apartments are to be subsidized by the government, it was felt they should be for the exclusive use of those on low incomes. It was pointed out that there is al- ready a wide choice of accom- modation available in town to higher income residents. Claiming that comfort- able, low-cost housing for sen- ior citizens is limited and that one building would not meet present needs, the group would like assurance that no floor space will be given over to re- creation or any purpose other than housing. The group also plans to ask city council what can be done to hasten the occupancy date. The present need for tow-cost accommodation, it is said, will PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS-S p.m. become even greater when many senior citizens lose their homes to the planned downtown redevelopment project. WeeWhimsv Erie Seyffer the art for hti Whimsy, Send to BINGO Won., June llfh JACKPOT 54 NOS. "20 ALARM BINGO" Gold Card Pay Double Door Cards (Many other extras) Regular Cards 25e or Gold Cards Pay Double for ST. and ma Ave. 'A' N. No children under 16 allowed SEE THE AMAZING 4-WAY VORWERK The cleaner that will revolutionize house cleaning FAIRFIELD APPLIANCE SERVICES LTD. U44 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-o070 BINGO RAINBOW HALL 1401 sth Ave. N. TUESDAY, JUNE 12th at 8 p.m. First Jackpot In 57 2nd Jackpot In 55 Free Cards-Cards and Oamej, 25c per Card, 5 Cards 3 Free Games Door Prize No children Under 16 Years Sponsored by A.U.U.C. Association HOLIDAY Everything you need for summer fun. Buy now and save! GIRLS' DRESSES COATS JACKETS SLIMS T-SHIRTS 20 OFF JACKETS SHIRTS PANTS SWIM TRUNKS PYJAMAS 20% OFF ISO MS DOWNTOWN COLLEGE MALL INFANTS' DRESSES SWEATERS DIAPER SETS SLIM SETS 20% OFF MANY OTHER ITEMS to OFF SALE STARTS A.M. TUESDAY, JUNE 12th ;