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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta TuosJnv, March S8, 1972 THt LETHBRIDGB HKAIB Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: was fascinated by the letter from "Swinger's because I myself between ttie lines. My swinger was 73 years old. For the last six years oE liis life lie spent every weekend with his girl friend. They took plane trips everywhere attended hosing matches, football games, went hunting, trout fishing, swimming, golfing, to the sea shore and the mountains. Just name it and they went. Several months ago he had a heart attack at a bingo game in another city. His picture was in Uic paper being carried out on a stretcher. Some Idiot newspaper reporter made a very funny story out of it. It was picked up by our local press. Well, it wasn't funny when that picture appeared in the paper with his yirl friend draped over him. His children didn't laugh very much and neither did 1. The heart attack uasn't serious but he couldn't hold his head up after that. He died a year later ami I think that's what killed him. I hope every swinger realizes what a risk tie is taking when he fools around. Widow DEAR FIUEND: Thanks for writing. And now a word to you swingers: Hut for the grace ct God it could have been you. Scary, isn't it? DEAR ANN LANDERS: As a stcpmothei who is about to celebrate her third wedding anniversary, I'd like to pass on a of my experience. It was a second marriage for both Rod and me. We ejch had a son. Here are some simple rules, which, if followed, will reap rich rewards: (1) Refuse to argue with or defend yourself against the ex-wife or her relatives. You can't win and there's no chance that you'll come out looking good. Hefcr all questions, com- plaints and requests to your spouse. (2) Never compromise or give in to a stepchild because you think it will curry favor. He'll respect and love you more if you arc firm but fair. (3) When a child awakens during the night, let the step- parent comfort liini. It will create a feeling of confidence and trust. My husband's mother said to me recently, "You're lucky your son Billy and Rod's son Johnny like each other." I told her, "It wasn't luck. They had no choice. We are a family. All members of our family must work together and play together." Spread this gospel, will you, Ann? In fichenectady DEAR FRIEND: Nothing succeeds like success. Consider It spread. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "You were right.. .She does seem to be a sensitive type." Renowned designer OTTAWA (CD One of Can- ada's best known designers now is a senior consultant for the de- partment of industry, trade and commerce. "My function is lo net ns n li- aison vril h the 11 es ifm pro Ces- said Signm "I am not on the drawing board any more." Bulow-Hube has spent most of her life at the drawing board since her training in Swe- den, which included everything from carpentry, measuring old churches Tor re-novations to housing research to her own business in custom-built furni- ture in Montreal. She came to North America in 1949 on a U.S. fellowship and then went to work in Montreal. She says she thinks Canadians PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. do not really like dormitory sub- urbs, where the men must com- mute, the women arc isolated and the children see only their social group. "I like the type of suburb where everything i.i built into it and where all age groups are a 11 r a c t e she said. "This means grandparents and single people as well." Her interest runs in the fam- ily. Her father was an architect town planner, her mother a sculptor, anil her grandfather a painter. All four children en- tered some form of the arts and her younger sister is one of Sweden's best known silver- smiths, 'Coffee parly on as planned In welter of confusion caused by the storm and snow- streets, indecision de- veloped on whether the UCW coffee party, scheduled for Wednesday morning at Soulh- mir.ster Church, would be held. Mrs. Marion Doyle said Tues- day it would definitely be held and persons needing a ride should phone 327-52M, ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION THIS WEEK STER CANDY A. "Sgt, Hare" of the "R.C.M.B.'s" in full uniform with cardboard gun. B. "Easter Express" makes a yummy treat for any chocolate lover. C. "Tom-Torn Tommy" Is an Indian rabbit wilh headband and In choc. CHOCOLATE CHARMER CHOCOLATE EASTER PALS IN OUR LOW PRICE Three assorted hollow milk Decorated chocolate bunny Standingor sealed rabblls in chocolate figurines. Boxed, In printed box. or 4 oz. size, A Woolworth exclusive! One full pound of solid milk chocolate bunny. NEILSON'S CHOCOLATE used In making this scrumptious 3 oz, name writing egg. Chocolate egg by Allan s. Give a person alized Easter egg this year. (Not shown) A TREAT OUR LOW PRICE OUR LOW PRICE OUR LOW PRICE OUR LOW PRICE Animal figure witr- on tulip-topped drum bag. Large skipping rope wilh pan eggs. She'll jump for joy on Easte morn. Dump truck loaded with pan eggs lollipop and marshmallow rabbit. Pectin Jelly Bird Eggs made wilh real pectin and true fruit flavour, Fine quality milk chocolate Egg containing loll wrapped "Rose" Chocolates. BANDWAGON Chocolate Filled Has 3 rabbits, 2 hens 5 balls In chocolate. Enjoy the things you want today... CHARGE IT. USE THESE CARDS IN WOOLWORTH STORES ACROSS CANADA ;