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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta -Friday, May 1, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 15 Ann Landers Wife Of Quebec's New Premier Schedules Life To His Career PEAK ANN LANDERS: My mom and dad got a divorce last year and our family is falling apart. Mom is drunk most of the time and can't hold a job. I'm 15 and have two brothers and two sisters. I've tried my best to make a home for the younger kids, but it's a losing battle. Dad sends the support checks every month but Mom drinks up most of it. (On top of her own drinking problem, she has some thirsty friends.) I work after school washing dishes in a cafe. I don't mind not having any social life, or time to study as much is I should, but I don't think I ought to be away from the house so much. The little ones need ice. Please tell me what to do. N.D. DEAR FAHGO: I hope the teen-agers who gripe because they aren't getting a car for their 16th birthday will read your letter so they can see what a real problem looks like. Boes your Dad know what goes oh? If he doesn't, he should. Have you a favorite aunt or uncle you can talk to? You need to confide in an adult. This problem is too big for a 15-year-old girl to handle alone. If your dad won't do anyttiing and you have no relatives, I urge you to talk to your high school counselor. These counselors do a wonderful job of helping kids who have real trouble, and you qualify, Honey. Good luck and please write again and let me know how you are getting along. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Help! Our adorable boss is vacationing in Europe. Word has reached us that he has bought himself a luxurious hair piece. This dear man does not have one hair on his head. "The new look" is going to be a tremendous shock when he comes home. To remain silent would be unnatural and awkward. Yet what sort of remark would be appropriate? Please advise us. Our entire office is on DEAR HOOKS: Old Baldy will be disappointed if, after having gone to all that trouble and expense, nobody says a word. A guy who goes from total baldness to a full head of hair in one giant leap expects comments. (He should also expect some gentle needling.) A simple remakr such as, "It looks would be appreciated. And1 try not to stare, kids. e DEAR ANN LANDERS: My husband has a pair of rela- tives who are making me sick. They both retired last year have more money than everyone in the family put together. They sold their home for and moved into an efficiency apartment which they have already subleased. This pair has not spent four weeks at home since they retired. Systematically they sponge off everyone they can think of. Their only expenses are gas and' oil. They never bring a ateak or a sack of fruit. They never take anyone to a restaurant. They don't even write a thank-you note. We had them for three weeks in July, three weeks in November and yesterday we received a note saying they are coming again in June. What should we do? and S DEAR R AND S: If you allow these .parasites to do it to you a third time, you deserve it. The best approach is the direct approach. "Sorry, but we can't accommodate you. We are both tired. We'll let you know when the situation By GEKA11D ALARIE QUEBEC (CP) Andree Bourassa is fortunate she is ai early riser and a "late-to-bely and former transport minis sr in the Liberal government o Jean Lesage, was re electee with a whooping majority in Montreal Marguerite Emir geoys. She defeated Roland Morin eader of the Quebec New Dem ocratic Party. Bugs, Not Apples PORT ELIZABETH, South Af rica (AP) Christine Wood vho taught three years Citwe, Zambia, said tlie chil ren there bring the teachers at caterpillars instead of ap Jes. She said they were delica ties and she was expected to at them raw. "They tasted she reported. foil Guaranteed Service SEE US NOW ERICKSEN'5 JEWELLERY McFarland Bldg. Phone 327-3525 THE FEMALE REVOLUTION 15 NOW The feminine revoly. lion is sweeping across Ihe country. Equal rights is the rallying cry. But what do women reolly mean by that? And what are the implications for Canadian men ond the family? Find out this Saturday in Weekend Maaarine as Patricia Welbovrn reports Why It's Time To Stop laughing At Fem- inism. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND Michel Bujold, a poet who campaigned as a member of the Parti Peau E t h i q u e, which translates as "ethical skin" and is pronounced the same as lost in Montreal St. Jacques. Serge Lemoyne, the other poet, who campaigned as member of tlie Parti Poetique Politique pour 1'Avenement di la Paix the Poetic Politica Party for the Advent of eeace to 'incumbelit Jean Guy Cardinal, education minister in the former Union Nationale gov eminent, in Bagot riding. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "Hey, the party must be lots more fun since they got rid of go CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HALL-Cor. 13th.St. and 6th Ave. N. FRIDAY, MAY lsf-8 O'CLOCK BLACKOUT JACKPOT 56 NUMBERS 4th and 8th Games in 1 NUMBERS-12 Game LUCKY DRAW 5 CARDS FOR OR 25c EACH Persons Under 16 Yean Not Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB WOMEN WANTED! TO TRAIN FOR MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST DENTAL RECEPTIONIST PRACTICAL NURSING This is a home study course which can be completed in 16 weeks. Training need not interfere with present employment. High School diploma not necessary to qualify. Out of town inquiries welcome. GIVING PHONE NUMBER TO CAREER TRAINING-Bax 119, The lelhbridge Herald FOR VALUE COOL 'N TASTV STRAWBERRIES CALIFORNIA 1 0 baskets CANTALOUP Serve with Alberta Gold Ice Cream 31 .00 POP COTT ASSORTED 10-oz. fins DOG FOOD PERKY DINNERS WIENERS and BEANS BEEF STEW SPAGHETTI ond MEAT BAILS 24-ei. tini.............. BURNS MIXED VEGETABLES YORK FROZEN 2-lb. bags......... SOUP AYLMER; MUSHROOM, CREAM OF CHICKEN, CHICKEN NOODLE 10-ot. tin 61 .00 PEACHES 79 AUSTRAL 28-oz. tins R V BACON SIDE, SHAMROCK, !b. GROUND BEEF CQi Ib. W V PHONE 328-1751 FOR FREE DELIVERY ;