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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ------Monday, Mmch 23, 1970 THE LErKMlDGE HERAID Ann Landers HAPPY BIRTHDAY Malt Homulos, sealed, celebrat- ed his 90th birthday with brother Mike Homulos, standing, who is 93 years. They marked the occasion with a family reunion Saturday tn telhbrtdge. Both miners in Lelhbridge since early 1900s. Women Discuss Shopping With Store Executives TORONTO Hive feel that loo many of (hem pbs- who wrote lo a super- market chain lo complain about something were asked lo meet store executives in three ses- sions lo discuss all their shop- ping problems and melhcds. In the final session they were asked how various types of ad- vertising affect them. All of them said they use newspaper advertisements- to help them plan their shopping lists and to do some "compari- son shopping" at home. They agreed they rarely pay attention fo window signs and tering a window give a store a cheap, cluttered look. Three of them saM they no- tice in-store signs that say an item is a special price and ig- nore those thai simply say "low" price. They say a low price Isn't necessarily any lower lhan any other but a special often is. They indicated mixed reac- tions to radio advertising, but appeared to find it less practi cat for their purposes than newspaper adj. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am dating a 50-year-old divorced man. Our relationship seems to be one of mutual respecl and affection. Recently be startled me with a statement defending couple swapping. 1 expressed the opinion that such behavior was a symptom of marital disorder. He claims he knows several couples who engage in wife swapping regularly that they are charming, intelligent, well adjusted and very much in love. His explana- tion was that they are "highly sexed and have leftover love lo give." I am puzzled. Is he testing me? Is he reacting to his own unsuccessful marriage? Although I've never been married I'm sure 1 could forgive an unpremeditated slip. A marriage that permits planned infidelity as part of the package, however, is beyond me. Am I square, stupid or naive? E.W.B. DEAR E.W.B.: If you are square, stupid or naive that makes two of us. Those wife-swapping friends may be charm- ing and even intelligent but they are not well adjusted. Mar- ried couple who are very much in love don't have anything "left over." Before you marry this man make sure you have a clear'understanding of what he expects of you. I think he may be trying to tell you something. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Last night I returned to my office after dinner to clean up some paper work. I finished about and headed for the parking lot behind our building. As I approached my car I saw someone silting in H. I opened the door and there was a woman bombed out of her mind, either on booze or drugs. She said, "Drive me home or I'll scream and have you arrested for rape." I decided lo comply with Iter request. As 1 drove, she kept mumbling about how ro'.ten life is. When we reached her duplex she said, "Thanks. You're a good guy." I told my wife about the incident and she was horrified. She said I should not have taken the woman home that I should have thrown her out of the car and driven off. What do you say? 20-20 DEAR HIND: Your first mistake was leaving you car un- locked. Last night it was a drunken woman. Next lime it could be a hoodlum an iron pipe. Your second mislake was opening the car door when you saw someone sitting there. You should have gone for a police man. CHA-MO-IM Lethbridge First United Church School held its fourth annual Korean tea party Saturday. Servers, left to right, Shelley Bosetti, Debbie Reid, Darlene Slrad, lyc.n Boselti and Glenda Kosladinovich, for rioht, who ore the oldest students of Ihe school dressed in Korean costumes. Mrs. Clara Thompson, sitting was ons of Ihe pourers. Proceeds will 90 towards support of two Korean deaf-mute children adopted by the lethbridge First United Church School five years ago. Decision Can Be Overwhelming Ann Landers mill be glad to fcelp you with your problems. Send them to her in care of Box. 670, IxUhbridgc Herald enclosing a self-addressed, stamped envelope. YWCA Helps Widows With Problems MO.VTREAL (CP) says Mrs. Poland. {paramount, says Mrs. Poland, not a good idea either. A idovs are almost over- To help'meet tlas need, the; Insurance paymer.ts may he de-jto-fjve schedule makes it diffi- YWCA sponsored a scries of 101 laved for mqnlhs and borrowing to find proper care for .helmed by the necessity of ntking rapid ar.d vital deci- ions still coping with the ;tress brought about by their lusbar.ds' deaths. "At a time when her judg- ment is impaired by grief, the new uidow is required to make far-reaching decisions for her own and her children's says Phyllis Poland, a wiito'.r herself and director of the Montreal YVYCA's pro- gram Vistas for Women. "Oflcn she has no one to turn to for advice." At present, there are no serv- ices in Montreal aimed at help- ing a family in Ihe crisis perioc immediately following a dcalh. "A study of the needs of vid ows who come to Vislas for Women for counselling shows that a special program gcara to them could relieve the stress which might otherwise lead personal ar.d family break dling personal feelings ar.d We resources. For example, if a has contributed to the withdraw Quebec Pension Plan. Ms widow no: has a right to some of the plan's e e t u r c s dealing with legal i g h t s. crnmcnl services, obs, finances, social life, IEII- at current high Merest rates is citen not feasible. Also, many widows are unaware of availa- ycung children. One plan that seems to work well is for a widow to take a one-year teaching course. Then her 'lime off and holidays coin- thysicol appearance. Too many widows ar.d convince themselves one wants says Mrs. "Inwuritv k a Iwsir nrnbYnl homts' trucciirm is a uasic nfv. if cidc with lliosc of her children. Mr; Poland hopes that me result of the lecture series will clothing and helps to counteract this h ,d 'a irrelrieva- JOB MIGHTN'T HKLP tor the new widow. She has been living or.e kind of life and suddenly Hie liottom drops out of it. At a point when she is most grief-stricken, she has got lo reorganize everything." Unlike the o'.d days when alls inadvisable lo move too widow was usually surroorided i quickly. Sale of the family home hy concerned relatives, Ihe should be postponed, if possible. _ modem urban dweller is more-until a calm, appraisal of the] il would have helped me to be in such a group, I but a widow must that though she can get and lis- jlen lo advice, in the era! ,i musl be the one lo make deri- A gex.eral rule when most, .1 widows slwuld follow is that it I likely to be isolated from her long-term effects can be man- family and even from close friends. Financial problems may aged. Resuming fo an office Job a be woman held before marriage is QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC 354 5lh St. S. Ph. 328-7684 Capitol EDDY DIETRICH, C.D.M. Loses Weight Television star Jackie Glea- 'son's now figure represents a loss of nearly 70 pounds. ALBERT'S MEN'S APPAREL HERE NO Wfo put you festive The Dig social season It here. And what man doesn't want to took hfe smartest! In a suit ol course. For all those holiday doings you've planned, woVe got His tight new ctolhes for you. Especially Interesting: Our now arrivals reflecting ttw Important Innovation! of 1970 styling. Slop In today to see our ImpressVB selection. From KT.fMrf ufjfflTnss Caisto Tilipliaw Sflttf In lethbridge, when you dial direct, p can reach London (ONTARIO) in seconds! ALBERT'S MEN'S APPAREL 331 5th Street South Phone 327-2620 OPEN THURSDAY Till 9 P.M. Blimey mate, you're 'avlng me onl Well maybe you can't dial direct to London, England... but you can lo London, Ontario and that's quite a step. You simply dial 1, Ins area code, then the number, and you're there... quickly, economically. To make a DDD callwllhln Alberta, just dial '1', Ihen tha number. When we can give you DDD service lo London, England you'll be the- first to know. AG7T ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES ;