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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Recently a girl who signed herself "Respectable But Afraid' said she was about to be married and was wor- ried that her honeymoon would be a nightmare be- cause she was inexperienced and didn't know what to do. Your reply, "Don't worry, honey, your fiance will think of was good enough if she marries a man who is patient and loving. But I do believe you failed to hear her cry for help. Her real fear is that she might be sexually unrespon- sive. A person who has never had this fear can't imagine is for that girl if she doesn't get some help. The frigid woman who mar- ries an ignorant man is in far some hell. Her husband pun- ishes her for her unresponsive- ness by staying away from home, or he drinks too much, or he withholds money and is unkind to the children. He refuses counselling because Its' HER problem. Fresh Flower Arrangements Mother's Corsages Artificial Flowers Variety of Fiowers HOLIDAY FLOWE HOLIDAY VILLAGE Phone 328-9291 AMPLE FREE PARKING If I sound like a woman who has been there, let me tell you I AM thire right now. But I'm getting coun- selling and it is saving my sanity and making it possible for me to keep my family to- geter. My only regret is that I didn't get professional help several years ago. Me In And Sympathetic To A Soul Sister DEAR TUNED: Thank you for a good letter. Your sym- pathy comes through and your advice is sound. f DEAR ANN LANDERS: I have read many anti- cigarette letters in your col- umn and your caustic comments. I happen to know you've never smoked, which I'm sure accounts for your unsympathetic attitude. Only an inveterate and addicted smoker can understand what it's like to try to quit and not be able to. I am such a person and I'd appreciate it if you'd let me have my say because I speak for millions. I smoked for 37 years. Up until last year it was two packs a day. Now I am down to one. I wheeze, cough, suf- fer from emphysema and as- thma. My nose and throat are constantly irritated. It's like having a bad cold all the time. I can't walk up a flight of stairs without stopping at least twice to catch my breath and rest. Three doctors have told me I must give up cigarettes. I can't do it. I know I'm killing myself with these damned things but still I keep on. I am sick in the head. What else could it be? To the unfortunate people who with nicotine ad- dicts, I'd like to say this: Don't nag. Don't preach. Don't give us literature. And don't shove Ann Lsnders's column under our noses. We know she's right and we know what we are doing to ourselves. Just love us Be kind. Talk to us nicely. Smile at us. Try to understand. REALLY understand. Hooked DEAR HOOKED: Here's your letter, and a good one it is. I am trying to under- stand. REALLY understand. I guess what you are saying is this: If a person wants to kill himself he should have the right to do it without in- terference from those who love him. You see the prob- lem from your point of view. How about looking at it through t'ha eyes of the peo- ple who love you? Will you try to understand? REALLY understand? Working on ctrt The annual city-wide student art show will be open to the public Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m. at Winston Churchill High School. The show features exhibits from both the junior and senior high school levels, and includes paintings, printmakng, sculptures, ceramics and crafts. There will be demonstrations of various art processes, as well cs musical and dramatic presentations throughout the afternoon. Shown is 18-year-old Cleo Psaiiis, a Grade 12 student, working on a hooked rug wall hanging. _____________________________-------Thursday, May JO, 1973 THE LiTHBRIDGE HIRALD 23 Love of God overall theme at Christian women's meeting Love of God and inviting His help in everyday life was the theme of a recent meeting of the Lethbridge Christian Busi- ness and Professional Women's Club, held Wednesday at the Holiday Inn. Mary E. Clark, national calendar of tocat napper. and out or town JACKPOT BINGO THIS THURSDAY EVENING, May 10th Sponsored by todies' Aid of St. Peter and St. Paul's Church STARTS P.M. SHARP-PARISH HALL CORNER 12th STREET B AND 7th AVENUE NORTH Jackpot Starts at and is Won Every Thursday 2nd Jackpot in 59 Numbers No. Jackpot o' Gold 256 PER CARD OR 5 FOR SI.00 ALSO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZI Persons under 16 years not allowed BINGO SCANDINAVIAN HALL 229 12th St. 'C N. FRIDAY MAY 4th at 8 p.m. DOORS OPEN AT 7 P.M. NEW JACKPOT in 56 NUMBERS 10th GAME WIN ON EMPTY CARD 4th 8th 12th GAME in 8 NUMBERS or LESS 5 CARDS FOR Single Winnsr First 12 Games Neighbors Receive SOr GOLD CARDS PAY DOUBLE EACH DOOR PRIZES 36 FREE CARDS 5 DRAWS FOR NEXT WEEK Sorry No one under 16 years of age allowed. -__-- ____-.__________ iiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiimmiiiiiiiimiiiii A Mother's Day coffee party and bake sale will be held Sat- urday commencing at a.m. in St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church hall, with Mrs. W. A. S. JC'hnstone as general convenor. Mrs. L. A. Wylie, president of the women's federation will act as roving hostess. Pourers will be Mrs. P M. Kcoy, Miss Molly Coupland, Miss C. Webster and Mrs. E. C. Reid. Replenishing the coffee roams will be Mesdames A. Peebles, S. Sera and G. N. Young. Mesdames T O. Chapman, T. M. Brown, H. Vcort and F. Bosch will be in charge of kitchen arrangements. Mrs. P. Gidek will be in charge of the pantry table, as- sisted by Mesdames R. Jack, L. H. Blackbouroe, L. Smart, A. Huising, E. W. Ross, J. Orr and F. Wardrcpe Miss H. Lindsay will be cashier for the morning and Mrs. R. Coupland is in charge of the publicity Mrs. Mary Danielson recent- ly celebrated her 99th birthday with a family reception held in her hocor. Present at the occa- sion were Mrs. Delia Van Cleave of Taber; Mrs. Eunice Danielson of Diamond City; Mrs. Morris Able, Mrs. Wanda Engleson and Ila Engleson, all of Taber; Mrs. Wayne Rartlett of Wilson Siding and several great grandchildren. Bonnie Bartlett, Danny Engelson and Mai-sia Able. X Fifty four Lethbridge girls Golden Mile Next week: Monday: Keep fit a.m. This will be the last class until the fall. Tuesday: Singing 10 a.m. Dancing 2 p.m. Wednesday: Potluck 1 p.m. All are welcome. This will be the last potluck luncheon at the centre until fall. Thursday: Whist drive p.m. Cash prizes. Noteworthy: The final date for making ap- plication to attend Canyon Church Camp is May 23. Mem- bers are asked to please have their registration forms in at the centre with the deposit by this date. Persons going on the Cypress Hills trip May 22 are asked to pick up their tickets as soon as possible. There will be a rummage sale at the centre May 26 at 9 a.m. of new and good used men's, women's and children's clothing. Donations would be greatly appreciated. ranging in ape from 10 to 13 will be boarding a bus Friday afternoon at the YWCA for an overnight trip to Calgary which they have paid for themselves. They are members of the Blue Triangles and Y-Teans, sub-teen and teen-age groups which are sponsored all across Canada by the YW. The girls will be spending the night at St. Peter's Anglican Church in Calgary with the church women serving them breakfast Saturday morning. The group will tour the zoo and attend a show at the plane- tarium entitled, Clouds of Space. After a hamburger and milkshake supper they will go for a svtim at the Calgary YWCA, then climb on the bus for their return home. Vickie Galdwell, program dir- ector for the Blue Triangles and Y-Teens, along with three mothers and four leaders, will accompany the group. This is the first such trip for the girls, who raised for project. Next year they to make a trip to Edmonton. The Ogden Unit of Southmin- ster UCW will hold a rummage tale at 9 a.m. Saturday in Southminster Hall, llth St. en- trance. Green Acres Ledge will hold its annual tea, bazaar and bake sale from 2 to p.m. Wed- nesday. Everyone welcome. The ex-RCAF Woman's Divi- sion is looking for any mem- ber who might be interested in travelling in a group to the June reunion in Toronto. Fur- ther information may be re- ceived by contacting 327-1617 or Edith Jewell in Calgary at 243-2634. The Magrath Hospital Aux- iliary will sponsor the annual Florence Nightingale tea and bake sale Saturday from 2 to 5 p.m. in the Lions Hall. There will be a quilt raffle, door prize and refreshments. Everyone welcome. f The final dance of the sea- son will be held by the Leth- bridge Old Time Dance Club Saturday at p.m. at As- sumption School. Country Cou- ples Orchestra will be in atten- dance. Everyone welcome. The 20th Independent Battery RCA (M) officers and ser- geants mess will hold a ladies' dining in night function Sat- urday with a receiving line and cocktails at p.m. The for- mal affair will be held at the Lethbridge armory at Kenyon Field. chairman of the organization, was feature speaker at the meeting, which alTacted wo- men from the city and sur- rounding area. She expressed her belief in God as the answer to removing all the fears which humans can experience, and urged the wo- men to open their hearts to Him and invite Hun into their lives. "When you ask Him to en- ter, don't use it as a she continued, "don't say. 'get me out of this and I'll follow You for all the days of my Want As a missionary, Miss Clark said she had brought the eter- nal gifts of God and love to many people who were full of fear and uncertainties. "God has the power to take away fear ard to get people through their darkest moments moments when all else baa failed to bring peace. He can she said. 6he added that the Christian message was one of love and an understanding of God's love for these He created. "The problems in today's world have been caused be- cause love has been distorted, taken away, and hearts have been crushed and broken. "The greatest thing in all the world is love, and the love that surpasses all, is the love God has for us. We must always re- member that He cares for us and will always be there to pro- tect us." She concluded by saying that the answer to all could be found in the Bible. "No matter whether you be- lieve in it or not. if it's read intelligently, it will give you an understanding and an in- sight into all matters. It looks into the past and it prophes- izes the future." The Christian Business and Professional Women's Club meets monthly and further in- formation may be obtained by contacting Kay Dunstan 328-6564. mr. steam PHONE 328-2853 Mr. Steam Carpet Cleaning Residential Commercial Institutional ALL WORK GUARANTEED DAN'S GREENHO Located Just East of the Stockyards on GOAL ROAD has everything to give Complete Variety of Potted Plants and Bedding Out Plants DAN'S GREENHOUSE OPEN EVERY DAY FROM 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. L.C.I. GRADS 73 COLOR PORTRAIT SPECIAL Two 5x7 6.89 Mounted "CAPS AND GOWNS SUPPLIED" A. E. CROSS STUDIO 328-0111 710 3rd Ave. S. 328-022? We must clear the premises. 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