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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE lEIHBRinGE HERALD Thursday THE GRASS IZ R1Z Spring fever catches people in various ways. Lawrence Lc-ula, right, busy coaching Carol me Dow at Henderson Lake golf course, wants fo know if any other worm weather sport has the same odvan- fag es as yolf, Meanwhile, three-year-old Terry Tofh, above, fits the f logger) toggle to the fizilewizzer as he gets ready to catch the biygest minnow in Henderson lake. Finlay Photo JEN'S UNIFORM CENTRE All uniforms white colored 50% OFF White Cross Uniforms Registered White Sister lo Cross JEN'S UNIFORM CENTRE PHONE 328-3631 404 5 Hi ST. 5. (UPSTAIRS) Ann Land ers I Signs of spring Six year old Debbie Ball of j Lelhbridge, saying the road to West Castle is clear nlE the way through and that the Bertie the Beaver signs have also lost their snow blankets. Young Jimmy Wilson report- ing a pussy willow tree in full bloom at PincJier Creek. A Grade 3 teacher at Giltert I Patcrson School reporting lhat students were thrilled to sec a flock of geese in discrgamzetl j flight over Ijcthbridgo. I Gregory Sztei n a of Diamond i City saw two robins 011 the bank j of his neighbor's pond, also pussy wiUovre that his teacher j brought to school. rouglas Friebal saw a flock i of robins at Park Lake, where he lives. DKAFl ANN LANDKRS: My husband and I have known Fra[ and Elsie lor many years. I want to make U that this is tiol a Carol-aud-Boh Tcd-atid-Alicc arrangement. Elsie was niy closest friend all Ihe way through school and Ted was my husband's best buddy. The four of us arm together at least two evenings n sometimes more. It used to be great fun, but things are changing. Fred is hap py-go-lucky, easy ng a ml th e type who becomes relaxed with every drink. Elsie is really a grand porscm, uul drinks she gets unbelievably mean and shrewish. Almost every evening lately has ended with her attacking Fred viciously because of his drinking. wonder where it uill end. My husband lold me this morning (hat be doesn't want any more evenings like last night. I'm beside myself. These people are godparents to our children and we are the same to theirs. Our friendship goes back so many years I hate to see il end like tins. I'm not trying to defend Elsie, but I hap- pen lo know Mint her father was a severe alcoholic. Perhaps this lias something to do %vitli her vehement attitude toward I red's drinking. tell me what I can do to save a four- way E. DEAR C. E.: There's more involved here than friendship. It sounds like a marriage might go down Ihe drain unless your friends get counselling. Suggest it to Elsie. I cannot tell from your letter whether Fred is an alcoholic, hut one thing is is getting him into trouble. If Elsie gels mad al you for trying to HER prob- lem, not yours. DKAR ANN LANDERS: 1 am 21 and engaged lo a young man I've known for ahotit six months. I'm worried about something that I can't discuss with anyone. Shorlly after started to go together Mark asked me if T hail ever experimented sexually with my brother who is four years my junior. 1 was shocked at liis question and assured him I had not. In the last several weeks lie has quizzed me repeatedly about my relationship with my father when I was growing such as, "Has your father ever seen yon in your night And, "Dill you ever go around the house half-dressed in front of your Last night he insisted that I tell him nil about the men I work with, if any of them had ever made a pass at me. and o on. Tonight he gave me an odd look because I was talking vith Ihe office hoy when he came to pick me up. (The kid is about I get the definite feeling that Mark doesn't (rust me. I've tried to build his confidence and so help me I haven't even looked at another man since we've been going together. Flow can F prove my faithfulness? I live in fear that he'll drop Lady DEAR LADY: If you're smart, you'll drop HlM-and fast. Marriage to this man would be a never-ending third degree. You'd he defending yourself against his accusations morning, noon and night. Men who are excessively suspicious are mur- der lo live with. They may also he mentally ill. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "Do you realize our wedding gifts are on tho verge of becoming antiques Friday, Mar. 24 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday, Mar. 25 9 to 11 a.m. St. Augustine's Church Hall EVERYONE IS WELCOME! Sponsored by EVENING BRANCH A.C.W. qeu -dee- 1609 9lh Ave. S. or 635 5th Ave. hiiiiHiiiiiHiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiimiiiii HI SIMPSONS-SEARS LOOK! It's our Beauty Bonus Sale! Protein is beau I if ul ll adds lustre and body and conditions your hair. Shampoo Protein shampoo adds lustre, con- dilicns hair. 16-oz. 1.98. 1.29 each 3 for Creine rinse Prolein rirtse helps smoolh oway tangles. Builds body. 16 oz. 1.98. each 3 for 3.66 Balli ii Rich protein gel helps sk moisture. ]6 or. 5.98. 1.29 each 3 for 3.66 Brush scl Brush and Comb set. Color co-or- dinated uiility fray, Reg. 2 for 1.6O Every thing you need for hair beauty! Knch Sale Rain bonnel. Ploslic-covered nylon chiffon. Shower cap. Bouffant-slyle, Terry linecf. Ribbon Ties. 10 lengths. Assorted colours. Rollers. Pack of brcsh rollers. 3 popular sizes. More hair prctty-ups! Res- .4f! lo .75 ca. Sale Ploslic pony loil holders. Assorted harrcltes Like Mummy's! Gay Barreltos, for Molhcrl Bows Pack of assorted, velvel QUALITY COSTS AlOIU: AT STORE HOURS: Open Doily 9 a.m. lo p.m. Thvoday irnd Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. Cenlre Villnno. Telephone 328.9231 ca tcnaar of n lianncntnqi Mc.Xally Home and School; are holding bingo night at Ihe McNaily schoal at 8 p.m. Fri-1 day. There will Ix R bake sale table, films for Ihe youngsters j and a (Lsh pond. Everyone wcl-: come. On Sunday at p.m., Mc- Killpp United Church senior choir will present The Crucifix- ion, by Stainer, with soloists George Skipworth, Lcn Wriglit and Tom Layers. A general meeting nf the Jti-! nior Keruiel Club uil] be held on Friday at. 7 p.m. in Gilbert Patcrson Jr. liigh School, audio-visual room, 12th Ave. and 21 SI. S. Guests will in- clude a veterinarian, city pound keeper and a senior ken- j nel club member showing films of various dogs. T.a to FOE regular meeting ivill be teld Thursday at il p.m. ui trie Eagles Hall.'it will be past presidents' night, with hostesses as arranged. The Anne Campbell and Teen Clefs will practice on Friday al i p.m. in preparation for the Spying Sing to be presented Sun-1 day, April 16 at 3 p.m. and R j p.m. in the Yr.tes Memorial! Centre. The Soulhminsler Jun- j ior Choir will assist. Fore fashion VvV We have a "before Easter9 present for you. Buy a Polaroid Focused Flash 400 Land camera before Easter, ami you'll get 2 packs of Colorpach Film (16instant a present. If you've been thinking about hm'irif a controlled bv nn electric and electronic Polaroid l-ocuscd Camera, sliulUT. thc lime- arc optional nccessorii-s (lor .he hosier, wilh all colors, is jusi nroiind and -ISO) ihnt let you late Ihe corner. And the first Ifi pictures ;irc on t'.cn Ihc house all purlicipalins dealers. .Irsl dou'l wait until the lasl mimrlr All 400 Land cameras arc so anlo- linsici. when ask rnatic, gelling beautiful color shois in one packs ot culor Jilm, you Ii.ivc [o iur minute [or black-and-white in seconds) ihcui. bas never been easier or more fnn. There's also our KicusaJ Hash ntlach- menl. It's alrnosl irnpiKsible 10 a tl.r.b picture Ihsl's too dark or hio lijibl. (Little louvers in front of tlic fljshciihr auto- jontically jcgulale tlu- liplil as you focus.; All olher exposures arc Jiulnmatically Polaroid 400 series cameras start from as lowas 419 ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Stereo and Photographic Centre 5th STREET S- PHONE 32B-4922 ;