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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I have a good husband, two teen-age children, and a mar- ried daughter who has given us beautiful grandchildren. I am almost ashamed to come to you with this, but it's a problem between my husband and me and I'm sure it's all my fault. I hope you can help. I am a poor manager of money. My husband gives me a month and says I should be able to run the house on it. We had an argu- ment last night because I was flat broke in three weeks and had to ask him for money to buy groceries. The reason I rvn into difficulty is that month I have worth of standing commit- ments such as rent, phone, gas and electric and items DEAR ANN LANDERS. I read your column in tfe Guardian, Nassau. Bahama-, and decided the best nay to convey a message to physi- cians is through Ann Landers Many hotels in the Ba- hamas invite physicians and their iamiiies as non-paying guests." In exchange for free accommodations the doctor agrees to render medical ser- vices to the hotel's other guests throughout his vaca- tion A large number of doctors who coma here with this un- derstanding do not realize DEAR ANN LANDERS: You called yourself a "moth- eaten square" when you re- sponded "to "Snubbed in Cali- fornia." Well if >ou're one. then so am I. I'll refresh your memory. The woman who wrote wss hurt because sire and her husband had not been invited to a big party given by her next-door neigh- bors She said she nearly cried when she sav, cars lined up for a block. When she asked her neighbor why she and her husband had been left out. she was told. "We weren't sure you enjoy- ed the previous two parties because we heard FOOTNOTES by JOE of course I remember you dear. I never forget o poir of from JOE GREEN'S. Shoes for the whole family are ot bought on the instalment plan. Please tell me how to bud- get my allowance. What am I doing wrong? Any advice is better than none. The Bed DEAR RED: I can't help you because I need answers to at least 20 questions in order to get a handle on the problem. But I know who CAN help and I hope you'll listen. Go to your bank and consult one of their customer service people. Someone will sit down with you and work out a budget based on your income and obligations and explain why you are drown- ing in red ink. My guess is that you are Charge Account Poor. that in order to practice med- icine in the Bahamas one must be licensed. If a physi- cian is caught practicing here without a license he could be in serious trouble. Please inform them, Ann- Anonymous Person In The Ministry Of Health DEAR PERSON: Thanks for the message Now hear this, all you Marcus Welbys who have been tending the ill in exchange for bed and board and fun in the sun: It's cheaper to pay for your va- cation than to risk running afoul of the law. from you The left-out lady thought you were crazy when you suggested that she should have written a thank- sou note or at least tele- phoned the next day My husband is a salesman for a packaged-food product. From time to time he has to pick up damaged cartons which we share with our neighbors and friends. (Our son is their free "delivery Most people never even say "thank you My husband says. "Forget it Some folks aren't articu- late." I say it's bad manners. We'd both like to know, how important is a "thank School DEAR O.S A "thank you" is more important to the one who SAYS it than the one to whom it is said It dis- tinguishes h i in from the graceless clod who doesn't think amenities are worth the trouble. One needn't be "arti- culate" to express apprecia- tion. Just well-mannered. CONFIDENTIAL TO NO PRUDE BUT HOW CAN WE STOP You can't. It's beyond your control. If ev- erxone swepr in front of his own front door, the whole world would be a lot clean- er Try it. Tuetdoy, June 19, THI LITHMID01 HEftALD 13 ivinci YMCA summer programs include camps, kids'1 town Registrations will continue to be accepted for the upcoming session of Kids' Town, to run from June 18 through to 28. training will be part of the sessions, are aimed at training members for partici- pation in the Alberta Summer Enrolment to date has been j Games brisk and well attended, ac-; A camp for wilderness ex- cording to Sherryl DeCoste, penence will be offered from YM program director. July 15 to 20 and again from She added that the sessions are for children ages six to 12 3 p.m. Monday through Friday, j The first set of programs are limUed to six and eight year j olds, and the Julv 3 to 13 j sessions limited to children nine to 12. All programs are held at the Family Y. with the exception of the field trips. Mystery trips and dress-up days will highlight the Carousel of Fun with overnight campcnits planned for the eld- er age groups July 29 to August 3 for young pessa. located at Beaver Mines Lake. Swimming, canoeing, hiking and numerous nature crafts will be included. A specially designed camp in the art of Judoka will com- mence in the early part of Au- gust The highly concentrated 10- conducted at i day session will deal with cpn- Tillicum Village at Camp Im- j ditionuig, techniques and philo- sophy of the sport. In' addition to the camp, time will be allowed for par- ticipants to enjoy fishing, hik- ing and the like, m the West Castle area. Upcoming programs at the Y include joint beginners learn to swim: teen and adult swim instruction and tennis lessons which are scheduled for July 3. For further information on to resign TORONTO presi- dent of the British Columbia; these and other programs, m- Programmers invoked in the Status of Women Council threat-j terested persons are asked to kids' town are Rochelle Willi- here to resign from the contact the Family Y at 328- ams and Ursula as fecjeial governments council on 7771 well as fixe junior counsellors. the status of women if she finds it a waste of time. Joan Wallace of Vancouver told the national conference of women in politics that seven Included in the summer pro- jects will be several training camps open to all interested persons So that's a slide The track and field training t women frOin status of women j camp will be held in two ses- councils have been appointed to siins. from Julv 2 through 6 the government body But their' Wee Whimsy Chris Terriff may look as if he's just hanging around, but his octual mission wos to climb to the top of the slide and survey the situation. It's a long way down but judging from the smile, Chris must think he can handle it. Chris and his friends were among many children treated to a picnic at Indian Bottle Pork recently. Older women wed young men and July 9 through Practical and and of to own HOLLYWOOD Jane Doe, 47, "Miss was married GREEN'S SHOES Downtown on Sixth Street here this afternoon to John Jones. 38 The ceremony was 1 performed by the Rev i If real wedding announce- ments included the age of the 1 bride and groom, they prob- ably confirm a suspect- j ed growing trend: older wo- men are marrying younger men. The December-May pair- 1 ings may upset traditionalists. but many marriage counsellors consider it "a healthy sign "It means we're learning to relate to people, rather than ages and de- clares Dr. Loriene Chase, a California clinical psychologist who has observed the phenom Dr. Chase. "They're just mov-' of Dinah Shore and Burt Key-, ing into their full potential in their middle years "olds enhance the mature wo- appointments are for only one theoretical year wniie the 21 other ap- pointees aie named for tvio-and 1 three-year terms, she said "If the seven resign the gov- ernment will only fill their places with women who don't I she said "We're asking for a report on every member. in that council and we're going to see which ones support our side and will come over to us "If I find it's a waste of time t Kappa Chapter. Beta Sigma Youneer' man's image and "make it Phi. recently made a donation stimuli' more comfortable" for similar to the Canadian Association for Miss Wallace was among sev- tinP'' Still, many couples nev- the Mentally Retarded eral who criticized the new woman w more er make it to the altar for tear With assistance from local council Wll> Tate of Toronto called i vital, eneigetic and even young j difference. But Dr. selld 21 mentallv-retarded chil- another way for the government a 'decfefon she main- Chase points out that "a prob-, dren from the Lethbndge area to pass the buck "If tnii Wnk of voS i lem is onlv a problem when to the Kinsman's Camp Hori- Tlie grievances and recom- you allow it to be It's really j son at Bragg Creek. Aha., up lo the two people involved from June 30 to July 11. s hdivnj as young you are. Older woman-younger man combinations also have statis-' tics going for them. Because of. comparative life spans. "A wo- man can look forward to be- ing a widow for 17 years in an average says Dr. Chase, "It's not pleasant to contemplate In addition to lessening the risk of early I 111 DOlltlCS I suggest compromise PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS-8 p.m. n. Manx- wompn Manx mature women die bloomers.' according to i Downed upon them i BINGO LETHBRFDGE FISH ft GAME ASSOC. IN THE EAGLES HALL 13th St. N. JACKPOT IN 53 NUMBERS FREE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS (4th, 8d and IN 7 NUMBERS NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 TORONTO A Quebec' expect women in the power enon for the past few years j widowhood, a woman in her delegate to the national confer- structure We have to break the and is herself engaged to a, middle years may still be in ence of Women in Politics said culura) mould man two years her junior. -I i her most sexually responsive representatives from her prov- Aline Gregory of Toronto, one think we re closing the gap. j years. But a rmddleaged man lnce were pieafed with a resolu- of the conference organizers, she sajs "Were paying his sexual capacity de- tlon asking thal sex sler. said it ,s hoped there attention to externals and be- dining. eotypmg and discrimination be another conference ln Despite the logic of OW-YM removed from textbooks, guid- "This type of gatheung of i liaisons, society has always ance counselling and hiring; women Is a Some so-' practices in schools. j because un- Madeleine Dubuc said she fa- _ n't want to vored the resolution because woman as a sexu-' "the education of the little girl ual notes Dr. Chase, i is very important." But she personally blames, Mme Dubuc said the Feder- Madison Avenue for "training ation des Femmes du Quebec and programming us that' will work and lo- adding that "the adver- cally in favor of the resolution, tising companies have made us She was one of about 200 very, very youth conscious women who attended the three- M -ii r, n day conference that ended Sun- The Past Matrons of Maple >what day It was sponsored by the Leal Chapter. No 7 OES. will Tf the new trend persists, the Toronto Women for Political! meet Wednesday at t p m for older woman may colnTlng i Action and largely funded by a I a potluck luncheon at the home into her own once more. Well- j m federa, granl publicized romances like that CONFERENCE HELPED Alice McAtteer of Yellow- I knife. N.W T said she believes commission report (on the status of women) are clearly stated; it's time now for the government to act on the rec- ommendaions of is own com- mission." The meeting approved a reso- lution questioning the usefulness of the government council and its role as yet another fact-find- ing mission. SUPER SAM GROCERY NOW OPEN (FORMERLY KROL'S GROCERY) 73? 23rd Street North and 1016 9th Avenue S. HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household CALL 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 Ut AVE. S. catenae local na ar o. >f :pper. inaf oi Mrs. Hope Ferguson. There will be a Chnsnan Science meeting Wednesday a! p m in the church au- Common sense NIAGARA-ON-THE LAKE. jdilorium. 1203 4th S Ev- Oni. (CP) Nellie Kesler, the welcome. the conference helped create an atniaophere of tolerance and to work together women with traditional EVERY WED. AT 2 P.M. AFTERNOON BINGO MOOSE HALL 1234 3 Ave. No. JACKPOT WON EVERY WEEK Round Trip for 2 to Vancouver Pius Con Be Won on Card Drawn for July 4th ALSO FEATURE GAMES AND FREE CARDS SPONSORED BY THE WOMEN OF THE MOOSE Children Under 16 AHowerl Everybody f rsl woman akierrnaa on the j municipal council here, says and radical points of view "The two extreme views teen brouaht through very i handling the situation of being slrongly slle said know now need con. cessjon and compromise to CORle lo a Tound The LEGION BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY at 8 p.m. JACKPOT BLACKOUT IN 58 NUMBERS OR LESS (Increating number per week until won) Ht GAME JACKPOT 5th GAM I (X) 10th GAME JACKPOT IN 53 NUMBERS FREE BUS SERVICE HOME AFTER SINOO MEMORIAL HAIL PUBLIC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY LOUNOI Children under 16 net alUwed Spentered by Auxiliary Canadian T, The icgular meeting of First the only woman on council United Cnurch 60 Plus Club will simply a matter of using com- be held Friday in the low- mon sense "If I feel I'm ever er church hal'. This will be a being treated unfairly on coun- aim of both is the poliuck dinner at p.m. and icil because I am a woman, I same as it is the final meeting until I deal with that issue separably sne was a delegate fall, a good attendance is re- with the person she because she ran for municipal quested SH'd THE BETTER HALF By Barnes office and because she helped organize a conference that re-' suited in a fledgling status of j women council being formed in the Northwest Territories Lillian Bouzan of St. John's, j Nfld said: j "Our delegation was delighted lo find we weren't an isolated group working somewhere down in the middle of the Atlantic on our own." PLAN OWN MEET She said the Newfoundland Women for Political Life in- tends to have its own confer- "Highway Patrol? I'd like to report an accident." m SUMMER SANDALS isses', teens', women's clogs, flats .open toes, platforms, me- SHOES Reg. to 24.98. SPECIAL 15.S8 OOMPHIES WHITE DUTY SHOES Reg. to 13.00................. SPECIAL AIR STEP WHITE UNIFORM 8 .98 ence soon. "We've gotten some tech- niques on how to get women into the power structure. We've seen the difference between women in the piddling power structure and the real power structure "I see the biggest problem as our western culture that doesn't SHOE SPECIAL 13 DISCO SHOES 505-509 4th AVE. S. OPEN THURS. AND FRI. Till 9 ;