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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta HERALD 13 Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'm one of those men who used lo hide your column under the sports paRe when I read it on the train. Now I am askinfi for advice. Last week my uife and I were in Honolulu for a conven- tion. The lime difference between Honolulu and Hartford is five hours. Debbie lage l.'li woke us up at 2 o'clock in the morning. My wife and I wore scared out of our wits. Would accept the Of course we would1 Hurry! Well, il seems Debbie bad a bet with her girl friend. do you spell I asked why she didn't, look in the dictionary. She said, "You can't find anything in the dictionary unless you know how to spell ii." 1 had lo agree. In Ihe meantime (he call cost SI4.HB. t was so relieved Hist she wasn't calling to give us some terrible news lhat I thanked her and agreed to bring homo a fresh orchid lei for her teacher. My wife is burned up and says we should take the out of her allowance. Do you agree? We've decided to let you seltle it. Of Alexander G. Bell DEAH FRIErm: Of course such a phone call should only be made in an emergency and your child probably needs to learn something about the value of money. But there may be more serious questions raised here than the one you asked, Tbirteen is a common age now for children to Ircgin experi- menting with marijuana. Was her seemingly silly question a cry for help? Do you leave licr often? With whom? DEAR ANN LANDERS: T enjoyed lhat letter signed "Eleven Steps in whose wriler said the neighbors laughed when she carried her baby everywhere on her papoose style. The mother had been told by the pediatrician lhat her child who wouldn't cat needed affection and that the warmth of a mother's body was very reassuring. So the young mother strapped the baby to her back, even while doing the housework and hanging out the wash. How right Ihal doctor was! Physical closeness breeds sec- urity. During the year I lived in West Africa f heard a child cry only once, when a mother was bathing him in a stream and the water was unusually cold. Since thai fascinating year in the midst of "primitive" people, I have come to believe that while so called civilized society over indulges children hy giving them material tilings, the children have many more emotional problems because they feel rejecled. They arc abandoned behind bars a good part of the day either in a crib or a play pen. The natural reaction is for a child to be lonely and cry. I We could learn a lot from the Indians, Africans and j Eskimos. -Old School For Me DEAR OLD SCHOOL: Right you are! Thanks lor some fascinating insights. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. LEISURELY SHOPPING IN DUBLIN The cream while gabardine blazer suit and coat appliqued wilh honey, brown and tan sncde are from the Clodagh Bou- tique collections in Dublin. Good buys in Dublin include sweaters, handwoven Irish (weeds, linens and laces. BINGO RAINBOW HALL M01 5lh N- TUESDAY, MAY 2nd ot B p.m. Firsl Jaclipol S60 in 55 Nos., 2nd Jackpol in 55 Not. Free nnd Gomes, 25t per Card, 5 Cards 3 Free Gnmcs Door No Children Under 16 Yean Sponsored By A.U.U C. As'Ociolion QUICK THRIFT BULK COIN-OPERATED........ BY THE POUND DRY CLEANING PER IB. Minimum per order LEE DUCK DRY CLEANERS 330 13th ST. N. PHONE 327-2770 UKRAINIAN GREEK-ORTHODOX CHURCH BASEMENT Cor. 13lli SlfCi-l and 7lh Avcnun N PUBLIC BINGO EVERY TUESDAY p.m. DOOR PBIZE _ FREE CARDS FREE GAMES BINGO CARDS 25c EACH 5 CARDS Jl.OO BLACKOUT IN 52 NUMBERS OR LESS fJnckpot Incrnnsoi Weekly) }2S JACKPOT in 7 Numhor< or Us. Ihrrtn invnn numbftri br Inn Jackpol Men Sorry No person unHfr lo yenri of agn ollowed Consumer dishonesty shown in drycleaning complaints CALGAKY (CPj Consum- ers complaining cltdhuH have been ruined by drydeaii'jrs arc often dishonest, home econo- mist Elizabeth Uichards told n convenliun of tin; Alljerla Home Economics Association here re- cently. The University or Alberta textile analvsis laboratory, where she i.s employed, can often tell how n garment was damaged and whether the dry- cleaner or the consumer was at fault, she said. "It's been a shock to find how people lie it's appal- ling. The old rjjc.ss Retting pretty bad. and they think the very hcsl way lo gel a new drc.sses lhat could not he clean- one is lo say the cleaner mined because the fabric was not it." But sometimes, she said, fab- UT.shahle and the trim not be dryclianed. She tiri'ed home economist ric and L'arment manufacturers, i mul rlryclcancrs arc In blame. to businesses iiixl study how they be Slic .said the dye in some but- tons can run and stain if the cleaner docs not check and re- move those which are not col- or fast. And another example was a chesterfield fabric costing a yard had to be taken off the market because the color ran when treated against stains. cause "they have neglected this area of consumer lion.' cduca- WflMKN UON'T WORK BLOEMFONTiaN, South Af- rica (AP) Interior Minister Theo (Jerdener lold a political rally one reason for a Inlwr J shortage in Soulh Africa There wns one case where a lhat 72 per cenl of while women garment manufaclurer s o 1 d older than 15 did not hold jobs. FOR THE RECORD Sia ated January 4 at Universit ferity by Jce Twymon, chief take pictures during operati ese t ty Hospit of ih ions, for ins, Cynlli l in Ed hospital s by leM, and monton, have photographic medical slL'd r i E 11 n c-, who rr.seIvc-s rccoi hon Parl of were scpar- for pci- liij job ij lo PANTY HOSE SPRING SAVINGS IN ACRYLIC PULLOVER 100% ACRYLIC CARDIGAN yourself lo z new look! Classic long ileever has crew ner.k and all-over stitch design! While, Navy. Blue, Beige. Misses'S-M-L Washable! Choosp 1 r o m 3 s m a r styles! All with short sleeves! Co-ordinalcd colors. Misiei'S-M-l SUNGLASSES SUMMER BONNETS Strpl-h i.'yhn psnty hote in shades! QUEEN SIZt Fits 17510 225 Ibs REGULAR ALL-SHL'ER OPAQUE Average ana Tall si.-es Modern jlyled frames! Fashi is and shapes! LADIES' 1M MEN'S .99 AM POCKET RADIO LADIES COTTON PLESSE MEN'S PRINTED COTTON Permanent for sport or dress weiir! sleepers come iri colored prints and sues! A super carry tvpc 'or teens! 6 transistors 2 rhodeE sp-akf-r! Complete wild ballery arid earphone. CARD OF 7 BBC PENS EVERYDAY GREETING CARDS KRESGf PaiC 6 X 9" RUSTIC PLANTERS BAG OF 6O SPRING CLOTHESPINS ANGOLA CHAIR THROW PLASTIC GARBAGE FLANNELETTE ,v I .1 BAGS l m if-! Open Daily 9 am, to 6 p.m. Thursday