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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, 19, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 15 -ramil u Ann Land ers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Our 14-year-old son is driving me nuts1. In this state, a driver can get a learner's permit at 15. Jim won't be 15 until October. He sits in the drive- way by tire up and going forward. Then he drives in the garage and out of the garage. Over Hie week- end he used a half a tank of gas and didn't go anyplace. Jim reads everything on car safety he can lay hi hands on. He has memorized the material he needs to know in order to get his licence. I wish he paid as much attention to his sclraol work. The boy eats, sleeps and dreams cars. Is this normal? His older brothers were not like this. Any suggestions? Sheboygan DEAR SHE: A 14-year-old boy could be reading worse things than the driver's manual. Don't worry. This, too, shal1 pass. He sounds O.K. to me. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Father died and left Mom with! eight children. I had to learn to sew because it was cheape than buying ready-made things'. I sewed better than my three sisters so, of course, I sewed for everybody There were times when I wanted to go someplace, but I had to stay home and sew. My sisters never missed a party or a ball game. I missed a good many social events, but I didn't mind because I knew the. sewing had to be done Now, it is 40 years later and I don't want to sew any- more. But my family has other ideas. We were invited to spend two weeks with my sister. When I arrived she hand- ed me material for draperies, a bed spread with dust ruffles, and three dresses. I was speechless. I told my hus band I thought she had a lot of nerve. He yelled at me- said I should be proud of my talent-and insisted that I smile and keep my mouth shut. I spent the whole two weeks sewing. TOien we left for home my husband had a beautiful tan. I was white as a lily. My sister said, "I'm so glad you 6pent your vacation with1 I said, "WHAT vacation? I haven't worked so hard in years." My husband criticized me for being there must be something wrong with my head to talk that way. I'd like your opinion.- Sewed Up DEAR SEWED: There's something wrong with your head all right. You should have told your sister that you didn't care to'spend your vacation sewing and to hire a seam- stress. If you let this happen again, you deserve it, Lady. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes Jffiftftsr.___________ at the office have refused to take "Several girls vacations this year because It would mean two weeks without seeing me." TOP TEN LEISTER'S MAIL ORDERSI Tick off the selection! you want and send la uSi You'll receive your records for only each. Pleasa Add lie Postage on Orders and under. J 1. EVERYTHING IS BEAUTIFUl-Ray Stevens 2. UP AROUND THE Clearwaier 3. AMERICAN WOMAN-The Guess Who 4. SOMETHING'S BURNING-Ist Edition t 5. CECILIA-Simon and Garfunkel 6. LET IT BE ME-The Beatles 7. LITTLE GREEN BAG-The Beatles 8. REFLECTION OF MY 9. HITCHIN' A RIDE-Vanity Fair 10. GET READY-Rare Earth COMING EVENTS Coming Soon To Lethbridge "IRISH ROVERS" WATCH FOR FURTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS LONDON STEREO CASSETTES Examples: TOM JONES ENGELBERT HUMPERDINCK THE VENTURES ROLLING STONES THE MOODY BLUES, ETC. Regular SC98 LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDG., LETHBRIDGE NAME ADDRESS _i GOLDEN WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wardman will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Saturday with a supper for family, relations and friends at 6 p.m. in the Moose Hall and open house to follow at The couple were married in Lethbridge, June 2, 1920. They have four sons, one daughter, 16 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren. It has been requested thai there be no gifts. ______ n Convening the annual coffee party and bake sale lor the Dr. F. H. Mcwbum OI3E Chap- ter, 10DE at the Pcmimcan Club Rooms, 5th Ave. and 9lb St. S., Saturday, to a.m.; is Mrs. A. A. Cameron assisted by Mrs. A. S. Fumcr- ton. Welcoming the guests will be Mrs. C. F. SLcele and Mrs. C. M. Cranstoun, with Miss D. Church, treasurer. Pouring col- fee will be Mrs. .1. Craig and Mrs. W. A. Nelson. Mrs. J. Loetscher and Miss Maxine McNeely will be in charge of the bake table. Serv- ing the guests will be Miss B. B. Church and Mesdames B. A. Scott, D. G. W. Sutherland, Praise In Public, Correct In Private By JOAN BOWMAN Herald Staff Writer do What should a mother when her child forgets to carry his lunch to school or doesn't pick up Ms dirty clothes? In both cases, he should be faced with the logical conse- quences of his acts, says a homemaking instructor from Brigham Young University. Da-ryl Hoole, mother of seven children and expecting an eighth, said the lunch-forgetting child should be allowed to go hungry. The dirty-clothes cul- prit should have no clean clothes until the problem is remedied. Mrs. Hoole, an author and in- structor at the university's adult education centre, suggested to participants in the recent BYU Education Week in Lethbridge that children learn better by ;eeing the results of their acts than by discipline through punishment. She said children have a keen sense of fair play, and rebel against "unwise, unjust, pre- mature judgment." Often children will react against a nagging parent rather than improve their personal habits, she saict. Mrs. Hoole also maintained parents must be consistent in GOAL Seeks Abortion Repeal EDMONTON group with members from the legal, medical and teaching profes- sions announced here it will seek repeal of current abortion aws by reasoning with medi- cal authorities and government. Mrs. Waillis Kempo, an Ed- monton lawyer and former ma- jstrate, said that radical mea- sures of ether groups have >rompted the group, called JOAL Get Our Abortions Legalized, to use reason to demonstrate why existing laws vill not work. :'We stress that we are not radical gnnip and that we lon't intend to march or dis- rupt meetings but hope :hrough communication to show .he public" why the present aws are not workable." The group proposes to study countries with liberal abortion aws to determine the methods nost successful. GOAL is affiliated with a imilar group in Vancouver and Victoria which claims members, both, men and wo- men. 'Wo believe in population ontrol and feel that abortion alls into this Mrs. Ccmpo said. The group is asking the pub- ic to write members of parlia- nent asking them to support n abortion repeal bill expect- ed to come before the Com- mns before it adjourns June 6. "Wo hope to try to get omelliing done here and now n order to alleviate all the mman anguish and suffering iat results from the current Mrs. Kemp said. "Abortion should be part of a amily planning concept and sed as the last resort after all (her contraceptive methods avc failed." their demands, or children think they are "push-overs." She said her children are not served breakfast until they are washed and dressed. "It takes them two minutes before break- fast, and about two hours after." Implements for good habits are the "unwanted toy shelf" and the "mad bag." Toys which are not picked up by children are placed on a high shelf until the items are missed. They are returned when the owner prom- ises to liok after them. A "mad bag" is a depository for all other objects dresses, shoes, books which are not put in their proper places. Own- ers can retrieve the items for a small sum of irmney or by ful- filling "serve-me" tickets kept at the bottom of the bag. A "serve-me" is a kind of pawn ticket which defines ser- vice sharpening pencils, shin- ing shoes which will redeem a mad-bag article. In the Hoole home, anyone who is "too tired" ta help wash Hie dishes is deemed too tired to watch television. Another plan for unwashed dishes is for a mother to refuse to make the next meal until they are clean- ed up. Mrs. Hoole said she has pulled her son out of class because he did not make his bed before go- ing to school. The boy has sel- dom forgotten the lesson since. The answer to tantrums, according to Mrs. Hoole, is for parents to vacate the bad-tem- per area. "Tantrums may increase for a while, but once tire child rea- lizes he has no audience, he tops." She gave the case of a father who demanded his five children put away their toys before they went to bed. When he returned at midnight to find the objects still strewn about, he got all five out cf bed and held them o their promise. Mrs. Hoole said children should e "praised in public and cor- rected in and parents need to know the difference be- ween correction and help. She said, in her estimation, a mother who refused to prompt child during his first public speech was being too harsh. Tlw consequences of, perhaps, not studying enough, were too strong to inflict on a child. "He needed a success experience at any cost." Fast Guaranteed Servica SEE US NOW ERICKSEN'S JEWELLERY McFarland Bldg. Phone 327-3525 J Of fi. MacLean, E. V. Langford K. P. Court, D. J. Beattie. An added feature this year is a Green Thumb corner pre- sided by Mrs. A. P. Baines. Mrs. Jack Card and daugh- ter, Dilys have returned to the city after spending the past five weeks Ixmdon and visit- ing relatives in Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Grover will entertain at a family din licr in honor of the lattcr's par cuts, Mr. and Mrs. James Kew of Vauxhall who celebrate) their 25th wedding anniversary June 12. OPEN HOUSE for MR. and MRS. A. CURR1E on their Golden Wedding Anniversary Saturday, June 27 7 to 9 p.m. at the home of their daughter Mrs. C. Amen, 211 6th Avenue North, Lelhbrldge ST. BASIL'S HALL-Cor. 13th St. and 6th Ave. N. FRIDAY, JUNE 19fh-8 O'CLOCK BLACKOUT JACKPOT NUMBERS 4th and 8th Games in 1 NUMBERS-12 Game LUCKY DRAW 5 CARDS FOR OR 25c EACH Persons Under 16 Years Not Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB A GIFT FOR DAD ON EMS and Make wonderful, al- ways-Welcomed giftsl MEN'S SLIPPERS A complete selection by Packard and Foam Treads. HUSHPUPPIES Suedes and leathers, ties and slip-ons. riced from 12.99 MEN'S SUMMER SANDALS SHOES I In South Plaza Shopping Centre Mayor Magrath Drive (next to Safeways) x (CUT, STYLED AND COMBED INCLUDED) Ideal for Summer Holidayi, evening wear and after swimming. 8 We carry a good selection streaked included. ask for JULIE or SHIRLEY- no appointment necessary Phone 328-2203 f DAY Make Dad KING on His Day Sunday, Jyjse 21st SATURDAY ONLY WHILE THEY LAST Men's Ali-Wod Sperf Coats In broken sizes and colors. Sizes 37 to 44 rog. and 39 to 44 tall Reg. from 39.95 to 69.95 NOW ONLY 12 MEN'S SUITS In darker shades. Broken sire ranges. 37 to 44 regular 39 to 42 tall. CLEARING AT Price 214 5th STREET S. ALL WOOL MEN'S SLACKS Broken sizes from 28 to 3o. waist colors; Navy, Grey, Brown, Olive, and Gold. NOW AT Price LEO SINGEi MEN'S SWEATERS PRICE Cardigans, Pullovers and tur- tle necks. Selection includes: bulky knits, light weight wools, fight weight cottons. Sires S-M-L-XL. Colors Whits Navy, Camel, Brown, Black, It. Blue, Olive Green. PHONE 327-3958 FOR EGGS GRADE 'A' MEDIUM BREAD ALBERTA GOLD loaves LEMONADE SUNKIST FROZEN A F PINK OR REG 11 0 6-oz. tint A 11 CHOCOLATE BAR! 20-5e bars PEANUT BUTTER SQUIRREL 32-oz. jar MIRACLE WHIP KRAFT..........32-oz. jar BACON DANISH 16-or. tins PINEAPPLE JUIC DEL MONTE 48-oi. tins RADISHES or GREEN ONIONS bunches Mi R HAMS WHOLE or HALVES Fully cooked 69' PHONE 328-1751 FOR FREE DELIVERY ;