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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am 16 but very mature for my age. My problem is one I can't talk to anybody about be- cause my parents think it is already settled. I can't take a chance on tbc-m finding out that I'm still seeing Hank. I'm in love, with Hank and want to marry him. The prob- lem is that he Is already married and having trouble gelling a divorce. Hank is 10 years older than I am but doesn't look it. He has fi drinking problem, but I'm sure after wo ere married it will be over because he won't have any reason to drink. He'll be happy with me. Now he is hurt inside because he is separated from his two little children and ho has to drink to keep from going crazy. My folks are very much against Hank and I promised I would stop seeing him. I haven't been able lo keep my prom- ise. Please fell me how lo present my case lo my parents so they Mill umlesrland thai I am saving a human I've always wanted to he a social worker without me Hank wouldn't lie to make it. Thanks, Ann. N.Y. DEAR CORNING: Find another project. A 16-year-old girl should not be doing social work on a married man with two children and a drinking problem. You arc not going to save this guy. In fact, if you don't slop seeing him you'll be lucky if you save yourself. He has already made a liar and a sneak out of you. Call it quits. The sooner the better. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'm 42, married to a successful business executive and we have two children, 16 and 17. I earned a Bacliclor of Arts degree before I was married and decided last fall to go back to school for a Master's in English Lit. The children will to at school within two years and I think I'd like to teacii. What bugs me is this: Several friends, when Ihey lieard I was back in school, asked, "Is everything all right with you and I can't lell you how this bugs me. Does a woman's marriage have lo break up before she goes back to school? It so happens "'at two o[ my friends who were divorced recently ore now getting their degrees and another gal is already teaching. But Eo assume tjiat every married woman who wants to teach is having marital problems is absurd. How do I respond to these necdlers? I hate to be defensive or apologelic. At Our Home. DEAR A.O.K.: Make light of it simply say, "As far as 1 can determine' things arc all right at tome. If you hear anything definite toll me. I'd like lo be among the first to know." Please send inquiries and requests to Landers Reader- mail Department, Chicago Sun Times-Daily News, 501 North Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111. 60611. Priest fails t NORTH VANCOUVER (CP) The wedding of Pierre Elliott and Margaret Trudeau lasl year was not without some ast-minute re-organizing, Ilev. John Svrinkels said rc-ently. Father Swinkels, who married Tnideaus last March 4 at St. Stephen's Church, connect gr ed mark tticir first anniversary by unveiling a commemorative plaque at the church. Reminiscing with members of the congregation about preparations for the which was a closely-guarded secret Father Swinkels said he did not know until four name before thu ceremony thai the groom was Mr. Tnidemi. He said he had originally been (old that the groom's name U'vs Pierre Mercicr. "1 have Lo admit I was pretty he said. ('I knew the groom's name was Pierre, that he was from OUjiwa prime mil that it was going to be an important wedding bul 1 never once considered that it might be the prime minister. Father Swinkels said (hat once he did find out Hie groom's identity. "Margaret insisted nothing special be done, so I jusl had the church Mcmli 7. 1972 THI ItTHBKIOGE HERAID 15 lister in secret ceremony ed up and the folding chairs He Mid Ihe kneelcrs used in moved jt of the foyer." (he werc borrowed Ho said Ihc wcddinE v, v. j same afternoon from a ncarbv Covered with material hank because "f tliouglit ou'r j mins bad Iwught for blouses, folding chairs wouldn't look Falher Swinkels is now at St. good in the pictures of the cor- i Francis DC Sales parish in cmouy." Rurnabv, THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "Well, that takes care of this month's bills and nexl month's paycheck." WATCH! SEASON" DickVanDyke Show" TONIGHT GOOD LOOKING CFCN TELEVISION ACT, part of Trans-Canada Telephone System THE INFORMATION It's a Canada-wide business problem, so our solutions are Canada-wide, too. An Information Snarl can slart in Toronto, spread 1o Regina, explode in Vancouver and bog down anywhere in Alberta. And, it can get in your hair when you need important Infor- mation from a branch or head office. Or stop you in your tracks when you order from an important supplier two thousand miles away. But at AGT, we have a solution to problems like these. No matter how spread out your business operations, we can arrange for a system of communicating information quickly, efficiently and economically. How? We're part of the largest telecommunications network with the longest microwave system tn Canada. The Trans Canada Telephone System. That means we work closely with the other seven major Canadian telephone companies. And it means their experience and connecting communications facilities will be put to work for you. So if your business has an information snarl that extends from one province to another, from one end of the continent to the other, or across the world, we can help you. Simply call one of our Communications Consultants. All the time he's unsnarling your Information Snarls, he'll be paid by us, not you. So unless you buy him a coffee, he won't cost you a cent. In Edmonton, dial 425-2110, in Calgary dial 261 -3111 and out-oMown-diai "0" (zero) and ask for Zenith Toll free. ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES ;