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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Werfnxdcty, Junt 28, 1972 THS LETHBRIDGE HERALD 23 Martha Mitchell out of spotlight MARTIIA MITCHELL WASHINGTON (AP) Until last weekend Martha Mitchell had been expected to be a star of the campaign to re-elec President Nixon. But now there's not a single public appearance on her sched ule. The wife of former attor ney-general John Mitchell was quoted as saying she has lef her husband until he decides to quit as head of the NLxon re election campaign. She told reporters she was a political prisoner and "the; don't want me to talk." Mitchell and the Wliile Housi have declined comment. At Mrs. Mitchell's office ir the campaign headquarter near the White House, her pres secretary was not available. Bu a spokesman for the re-etectio committee said Mrs. MitcheT has no appearances scheduled or the remainder of June. Earlier in this election year, !rs. Mitchell was depicted by taft members as having more demands for appearances than any other woman in the Nixon administration. She was ex- pected to make numerous cam- raign appearances. M r s. Mitchell's popularity stemmed from a series ot pun- >enl comments she made while icr husband was attorney-gen- eral. As a result of the publicity, Mrs. Michell was invited to ap- on TV talk shows and be- fore numerous organizations. Now Mrs. Mitchell reports she is being kept out of the spot- light. It is her "honest y" they're worrying about, she says. Mitchell remains incommuni- cado. The campaign committee says there will be no comment because Mitchell "considers this to be a personal matter." Ann Land ers d out an A reunion was held recently at the home of Mrs. Edna Pearse in honor of her eldest sister, Mrs. Verna Spencer ol Castor, Alberta, on the occa- sion of her 70th birthday. Three other sisters, Mrs. Velma Boettger of Creston, B.C., Mrs. Gladys Boettger of Black Dia- mond, Alberta and Mrs. Clara Falk of Penticton, B.C., were present for the celebration. It is the first time since 1960 the five sisters have been together at one time. SIMPSONS-SEARS SEWING MACHINE RENTAL Lots of mending to do? A wedding soon? A yen to be creative? Rent end Sew with a gorgeous KENMORE ZIG ZAG from Telephone 328-9237 Or Drop In At Simpsons-Sears, Centre Village Mall Far Complete Details DEAR ANN LANDERS: Here's the story briefly. We'd lika your comments. Our 15-year-old daughter has baby-sat for these well known, upper-class people for about a year. They have four children two under live years of age. The family lives about six blocks froni hero. Last night our daughter agreed to sit for them. They didn't get home until a.m. The Mr. was dead drunk and the Mrs. had a hard time manoeuvring him from the car to the house. When she got him inside the door, he passed out. The Mrs. said to my daughter, "I'm sorry but you'll have to get home on your own. I can't leave the children to drive you." Taxis don't like to come out here because it's too far and my daughter knew it, so she decided to walk home. Thank God she made it all right, but my husband and I are furious Should I call Mrs. and give her a piece of my mind? Should my husband call the Mr? Should we permit our daughter to sit for them again Please answer these ques- tions. We are Burning DEAR STILL: Cool it and stay, away from the phone. Your daughter should not be permitted to sit for these people again. And in the future if sucli a crisis should arise with another family instruct your daughter as to how she should handle it. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am the youngest of seven chil- dren. Our dear mother has made her home with us for eight years. My husband is a wonderful man never a word of complaint. I'm writing to ask how I can get my three sisters and three brothers who live right in the city to take turns inviting mama for a meal. It never occurs to them that she might enjoy a change ot They think they are doing their share by dropping over here once a month for an a plant or a sack of hard candy. Any suggestions? -Heavy Hearted. DEAR H. H.: Yes. Tell them in plain language. One syllable words are best. Example: "Mom would love to eat at your house. Ask her to come for a meal next week. Which day is The week after, call one of ths other bubble- heads. Keep rotating until they get the message. If they don't get it, keep calling. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I can tell you lead a pretty soft life from the kookie answer you gave the man whose wife goes next door to visit neighbors a couple of times a week. Your concern seemed to be for tile little woman and her loneli- ness not a word about the hard-working husband who col- lapses after supper, too pooped to do anything but watch TV. Your dumb suggestion that maybe the wife ought to invite people in was the living end. If a guy is too tired to talk to his wife, why should he be bothered with company? It's plain you don't work much with the public. You have no Idea how many stubborn, ill-tempered, unreasonable people there are in this world. Wake up or get a new 0 City DEAR 0: I don't work with the public? Would you believe a thousand letters a day. The wife who wrote to me had a very anemic marriage and I stand by my advice to transfuse it. THE EVENT OF THE SEASON BENEFIT SHOES OF LADIES' FINE QUALITY SHOES COMMENCES THURSDAY AT A.M. AIL SHOES TAKEN FROM REGULAR STOCK NOTHING IS CHANGED BUT THE PRICE SAME HIGH QUALITY NEW IOW PRICES B E N E F I T HURRY FOR THESE! AMALFIS SHORT LINES Reg. 18.95 and tip 1295 SALE___ I fa UP La Vallee Reg. 24.95 and up 1ft'95 SALE I W UP Gold Cross Reg. 23.95 HC.95 SAIE.... IW Exactly As Illustrated By AMALFI Black Patent JQ AIL TOLD Reg. 21.95 Blue Calf Pink Calf Yellow Calf Short Size Run .00 B E N E F I T S H O E S RED CARPET SHOES 90 PAIR ONLY. CHIEFLY 4A AND AA Reg. 21.95 Sale PURSES OFF TO CLEAR SUMMER SANDALS ........4.95 TEENERS' SHOES A GOOD SELECTION AT REDUCED PRICES CHILDREN'S SHOES SHORT LINES GREATLY REDUCED SHOPPER STOPPER ONE TABLE OF ODDMENTS COLD CROSS IA VALLEE ROLAND CARTIER. Keg. 14.95 to 23.95. TO CLEAR, PAIR 615 4th AVE. S. PHONE 327-7300 change suggested 'or nurses EDMONTON (CP) The xpansion of categories of ealth workers "is not neces- arily says Helen K. lussaUem, executive director if the Canadian Nursing Asso- iation. Tha association rejects the dea of a physician's assistant >r physician's substitute, she aid in a news release. Such new categories of health work- ers could be a potential source of confusion in the health sys- em. The association beh'eves that leallh needs can be more ef- fectively and economically serv- ed by expanding the role of the mrse, said Dr. Mussaliem. A statement approved at a joard meeting prior to the as- sociation's annual convention said every effort should be made by all provinces "to es- :ablish appropriate, available and accessable family planning services in existing health ser- vices during the next two years." It urged that a public infor- mation program be started im- mediately for teachers, com- munity workers and school children. The statement says nurses must be prepared with skills based on knowledge of the com- plex relationships and psychody- namics involved in sexuality, human reproduction and con- traception. The association suggested that basic nursing programs be modified and that continuing education programs be develop- ed within two years. MORE INVOLVEMENT VANCOUVER (CP) Cath- erine Schoen, the president of the British Columbia Parent- Teacher Federation, says a study by the federation shows that the general public has in- sufficient access to teachers, principals, school board trustees and the department of educa- tion. She calied on the federa- tion to widen its membership in order to involve the entire com- munity. BREMDA'S BEAUTIQUE BEAUTY SHOP 922-S Ave. N. Phono 328-7366 BICK'S AS5T. LARGE EGGS BRIQUETTES RELISH BACON MUSHROOMS MJB Mb. tin Idaho mashed FRESH, GRADE A KING5FORD CHARCOAL TtJllP BRAND............................................... tin ,53' 1" 31" 89 WESTERN FAMILY 2 10-oz. JB for 1.09 Iced Tea Mix iar69c Instant Potatoes 109 Det t 1i00 Tomatoes 3 far 89c Spaghetti n-oz. 4 for 1.00 Corn libby's........... 14-oz. 4 for 1 .00 IN TOMATO SAUCE t QQ DCUllS Western Family___14-oz. for O7t Canned Pop Cott iin, 8 f0f 95c 1 ni nc nunciT PLUS DEPOSIT FROZEN FOODS Sherbet Assorted flavors pints 3 for O7C I Pepperidge Farm choco- ff Layer takes iote or vanma.. Village MEATS PHONE 327-5295 Frying Chicken Steakettes Bacon SIRLOIN, CLUB or RIB STEAKS 1.59 >b- Jt Hams 69' Cut Up Country Fair 2-2'A Ib. average Ib. 6 0 Alberta Gold Ib. 95 Wieners alue'Village PRODUCE Phone 328-1751 GRAPES Thompson Seedless Cherries Washington No. 1 Sweet and juicy Ib. Cantaloupe Green Peppers Jumbo 45's, serve with ice cream sweet and mild........................ Ib. Village BAKERY Phone 327-2424 LAYER CAKE TUTTI FRUITTI 69C WW EACH BUTTER BUNS 49" DOZ. FRUIT BREAD LOCATED AT THE CORNER OF 13th STREET and 6lh AVENUE S. ;