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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, March 22, 1971 - THI LETHBRIDGI HERALD - 13 Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: My husband passed away after * long illness. He suffered a greet deal. Since be was a private person who disliked public displays of emotion, I was determined to control myself at the funeral. With difficulty I managed to keep my head up and my eyes dry. Perhaps I had done so much weeping in my pillow during his illness there were no tears left when he died. Dozens of callers gathered at my home after the funeral and I accidentally overheard two women talking in the kitchen. They were saying how strange it was that I didn't seem at all shaken by my husband's death. One woman said, "This is the first time I've ever seen a widow who didn't go to pieces." Did I do my husband an injustice by concealing my emotions? Would it have been better to have displayed my broken heart to the world? The women in the kitchen were not trying to hurt my feelings. They had no idea I was behind the door listening to every word. Tell me please.-A Single Rose DEAR ROSE: Your husband would have been proud of you. But you certainly disappointed the town busybodies by depriving them of the snow they had come to see. They will not forgive you easily. My condolences to you and heartiest congratulations for your non-performance. * * * DEAR ANN* LANDERS: Pertaining to the man who wrote to say his wife was such a miserable witch that he had lost all interest in sex and he was eating himself to death: That guy sounds like my brother-in-law. My darling sister was a happy, laughing girl when she married this Pillar of Society - this self-annointed Paragon of Virtue. Three years after they married HE wasn't interested in sex either. The poor girl changed her hair-do, lost ten pounds, bought a black silk nightie - all the crazy things women do to "rekindle the flame of romance." (Of course they never work). To make a long'story short, she caught him with a barber. Then there was a scandal over a ten-year-old neighbor girl. Next it was the man who ran the gym. I hope you get the idea. I'm not saying every man who is too tired for his wife has something weird going, but it's a possibility that should not be discounted. Since you print all shades of opinions I thought I'd throw this in for whatever it's worth.-Covering All Rases DEAR GOV: Here's your letter - for whatever it's worth -and in my opinion it is worth printing. Thanks for writing.  *  DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am engaged to a handsome young man who has many good qualities. Andy's display of temper last Sunday gave me some second thoughts. Here is what happened: A former boyfriend whom I hadn't seen in three years dropped by at five o'clock. I had a date with Andy for six. He showed up 40 minutes early. I was sitting in the living room with my parents and the former boyfriend. I could see Andy was upset. He motioned for me to come into the kitchen. When he demanded that I tell the fellow to leave, I explained it would be rude and suggested that be sit down and be pleasant and soon the guest would leave on his own. Andy got red in the face and stormed out of the house. We heard * loud crash. He had driven his car into the garage door and then driven off. My Dad suggested I write to Ann Landers and ask what my life will be like if I marry this guy. - Ruth Who Wants Truth DEAR RUTH: Probably a series of loud crashes. Insist that Andy get professional help and learn to channel his hostility. Or be prepared to live with broken furniture, broken garage doors and maybe broken bones. Children plan cities for environmental control VANCOUVER (CP) -"Why don't we listen to the children?" asks artist-architect Stanley King, a man so concerned with the evolution and format of today's city that he's determined to have the cliildren take part in the planning of future environments. As the founder of a new Centre for Participation in Environmental D e s i g n, believed to be the first of its kind in Canada, the architect is knee-deep in developing a series of "media kits" to be used by school children across Canada. Democratically, the judges of the kit will be the children. Within the next 12 months, Mr. King will work with several age groups, weeding out the best drawings, slides and film strips. "The best ones," he said in an interview, "are the ones the children like best. There's no other way of testing." The complete kits will contain slide groups, videotapes and cartoons with built-in questions and answers. Subjects will be the growth and future development of Canada's urban, suburban, rural and wilderness areas. FLOWS TWO WAYS The centre and its projects have developed from the artist's methods of participating planning-ways of using sense impressions to build real cities. His book, Inventing the Future, will soon be published. The sense method of teaching is being incorporated in the British Columbia school system and now is part of the Vancouver teacher training program. The program is a multi-media thing-visual kits, television programs and wide-open discussion groups. Everything is geared toward keeping communications flowing two ways. Mr. King's interest in a new approach to city planning began several years ago in Montreal-he came to Canada from Britain 12 years ago- when he joined a school board program to teach children about city development. "I couldn't believe how de-pressed they were. Some wouldn't discuss the city at all. Most of the children felt it was an evil presence creeping up on them . . . something too big to fight." There was silence, hostility, gloom. When the children did speak they voiced fears of coming over-population, pollution, lack of open space, even increased crime rates. So he threw out conventional teaching methods, turn- l.A. TO F.O.E. BINGO Monday, Mar. 22 JACKPOT $140-53 NOS. "20 ALARM BINGO" $1 Geld Card Pay Double $5 Doer Prize-Free Card* (Many other extras) Regular Cards 25c or 5 for $1 13th St. and 6th Ave. 'A' N. No children under 16 allowed ~A Calendar 0^ejCocai\J4appi Kappa Chapter Beta Sigma Phi will hold its model meeting and chapter elections Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Clyde Matheson 1923 22 Ave. S. The program will be given by Mrs. Doug Schindeler. Hostesses for the evening will be Mrs. Robert Forrest and Mrs. Les Sackney.  * � Xi Nu Chapter Beta Sigma Phi will meet Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Richard Rittenhouse 538 10 St. N. Program to be presented by Mrs. Dwight Perry on high moments of love and faith.  * * The general meeting of the Original Pensioners and Senior Citizens Society of Lethbridge Incorporated will be held in gym 2 of the Civic Sports Cen- BINGO - RAINBOW HALL hoi sth Ave. n. TUESDAY, MARCH 23rd at 8 p.m. 1st Jackpot $50 in 53 Nos.; 2nd Jackpot $55 in 56 Nos. Free Cards-Cards and Games, 25c per Card, 5 Cards $1.00 3 Free Games - Door Prize - No Children Under 16 Years Sponsored By A.U.U.C. Association ATTEND THE ALL NEW A.N.A.F.-UNIT 34 BINGO COR. Sth AVE. and 6th ST. S. IN THE CLUBROOMS TUESDAY, MAR. 23rd - 8 p.m. First 12 Game* - First Card $1.00 - Others 25c each 7 No. Jackpot - $450 (Increase $10 Weekly) 2nd 7 No. Jackpot - $180 (Increase $5 Weekly) Extra 5 Games - Cards 25c ea. or 5 for $1.00 Blackout - $100 in 54 Numbers AH regular games pay double if won in 7 nos. or less MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS tre at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Membership tickets. Plans for general banquet to be discussed. Lunch will be served. Bingo,    Tau Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, will meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Connie Pike at 2718 10th Ave. Co-hostess is Mrs. Verna Blair The evening's program "The Connoisseur" will be presented by Mrs. Betty Stich and Mrs. Connie Pike. �  * Sigma Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will meet at the home of Mrs. Henrietta Eatt, 2218 14 Ave. S\, Tuesday at 8 p.m. The program will be presented by Mrs. Eva Mercer on travel. Co-hostess is Mrs. Gloria Virostek. All members are urged to attend as elections will also be held.   � The Anne Campbell Singers will hold a bake sale Thursday at the College Shopping Mall from 4 to 9 p.m.  *  Sigma chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will hold a combined rushing party, and presentation meeting March 30 at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Marilyn Gall, 533 24 St. South, Theme is Hawaiian, and to ensure a success, all members have been requested to dress accordingly. love 25... . . . telling him he plays tennis better than Rod Lover. tows** \n\ ids AMsnts nun ing to his own media- sketches and participation groups. "All I did was get rid of hidebound adult ideas of how the city develops. Instead of worrying children with technical problems I asked them about things they understood. "Do we need a park? Should we let cars into the city core? "If a youngster wants a playground downtown the sensible adult answer is, 'Nonsense, what about land values' "Then he fills the city core with concrete, makes it unfit for human use and deserts it for the suburbs. Why don't we listen to the children?" The Central Mortgage and Housing Corp. apparently likes Mr. King's idea and recently financed the centre with a $19,000 grant. When he came to Vancouver two years ago to work on a CMHC research project, Mr. King found local children unhappy with their surroundings. The over-all view of city doom was tied in with fears of world famine, smoke and in- secticide poisoning and global * nuclear war. "This fatalism is inherited," he said. "Kids aren't born scared. They feel the pressure of their mother's hand while walking along the street. To her the tight grip means Johnny won't get lost or killed in traffic. 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