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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I wonder If your readers millions of them realize how lucky they ETC? I am referring to those vast multitudes who go about their daily business with nothing more thato the ordinary, everyday problems a nosy mother-in-law, a demanding boss, a two-faced girl friend, an unfaithful sweetheart, a free-loading rleative, a bad investment, a kid who won't get a haircut you know what I mean, Ann. Many people believe they know what happiness is. But how maw know what happiness ISN'T? I hope Hie folks irtio read this will take a good look at their lives. It might help them realize how fortunate they arc. Happiness is not getting that telegram: "We regret to Inform you that your son was killed ill action." Happiness is not getting a laboratory report which reads: "malignant." Happiness is not hearing the words in the delivery room baby didn't live." Happiness is not receiving a phone call after midnight saying, 'This is Doctor J at the emergency hospital. Your daughter was in a serious accident." I hope you won't consider this letter too depressing to print. In fact, it might have some of your readers view their small sorrows in a different light. -Austin, Minnesota. DEAR AUSTIN: We all tend to become myopic. A letter like yours can help us maintain a good balance. Thanks for putting life's problems in perspective. DEAR ANN LANDERS: A bomb was dropped on our home several months ago. Our 16-year-old daughter told us she was pregnant and didn't know who the father was. My husband and I were shocked. Fay didn't date much. She led us to believe she didn't care for boys. We sent her to Florence Crittenton. She put the baby up for adoption. That same month she came home and re-entered high school. Fay has been back two months and I hate the sight of her. My husband has been able to forgive her, but I can't. Whenever I look at that girl, I see a lying, two-faced slut. I can't believe a word she says. She has gained about 15 pounds and still looks pregnant, which I find, revolting. My husband takes Fay's Bide in every argument. It Is the two of them against me. I feel persecuted and left out. That girl is ruining my life. What can I do? Heartache DEAR TEXAS: Your hostility toward your daughter is patholigical. Get professional help and rid yourself of the hate in your heart. It is destroying you. DEAR READERS: Have you had a good laugh today? If not this might be it. Recently I printed this Confi- dential to Too Long The Night: "Send a self-addressed stamped envelope and I will tell you why you had trouble and what to do about It." To date, I have received 17 self-addressed stamped en- velopes from people who want to know why they had trouble and what to do about it! Only ofte person will get a reply. That person lives in Omaha, Nebraska and he must send me a letter repeating the facts as they appeared in the original letter. (My, but there are lota of nosy folks In this "The Bride's Ann Landers' booklet, answers some cl (be most frequently asked questions about weddings. To receive your copy of this comprehensive guide, write to Ann Landers, in care of The Herald, Box 670, enclosing a long, stamped envelope and 35 cents In coin. Aim Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of The Herald, 670, enclosing teU-addressed, stamped envelope. _________ Engraving Ear Piercing Ring Sizing Ring Repairs tit US NOW ERICKSEN'S JEWELLERY McFarlgnd BUg. 327-3525 Girl Guide News Over 100 Guides, Rangers and Guiders attended at Camp- er training day at Okeekan, the Chinook Area camp near Fort Macleod. The girls practiced tent pitch- ing and striking, gadget mak- ing and woodman skills. At the same time several co-operative fathers and the Fort Macleod Scout troop cut and cleared wood and help prepare the camp for a busy summer. IYOKO Trove! In Jopan, fheme of Winston Churchill High School's fashion show being presented In the Yqlei Memorial Centre, May 27 of 8 p.m. Among model] who are showing their tewing projscti from Fabrics 10, 20 and 30 classes with teacher Marilyn Barrett are, left above, Cheryl Mercer, in one of the featured iwim left to right below, Kazakoff In a white safari suit and Eva Campa wearing c white lace and pink evening gown. Robbis Thompson, right above, ii among the boys who will model (lathes from John Black's Men's Shop. Foods and nutrition classes 10, 20 and 30, under the instruction of Ann Weintraub will prepare refreshments to be served daring intermission, UNIVERSITY OF IETHBRIDGE 1970 SUMMER SESSION THE UNIVERSITY OF IETHBRIDGE IS CURRENTLY ACCEPTING REGISTRATIONS FOR SUMMER SESSION COURSES. THE DEADLINE FOR ACCEPTING SUMMER SESSION REGISTRATIONS IS JUNE 12. Several courses ore filled to capacity, en- rolment limits in will soon be reached. Stu- denli are advised to lend in their application and registration form at soon ai possible. Alternate couru choice! could alia be lilted separately. THE REGISTRAR'S OFFICE WILL BE OPEN FROM to p.m. (NOON HOUR INCLUSIVE) CLOSED COURSES SUMMER SESSION COURSE NAME AND NUMBER SECTION Art 2500 A Art 2600 A Art 3600 B English 2750 Lecture B Sociology 2040 B Sociology 3100 A 1 A new section of English USD It available at to a.m. In MinMltr 'B'. Thii tection li clasii- fied ai Lecture C. NEW PRESIDENT Mrs. Rosemary Gerdts was install- ed as president of the Leth- bridge Home Economics As- sociation for 1970-71. Other of- ficers are Mrs. Margaret Wil- son, past president; Mrs, Ruth Blakie, vice r president, Co aid ale; Mrs. Eileen S c h u 1 e r, secretary; Mrs. Elaine Keister, treasurer, Ta- ber; Mrs. Gay Thomson and Mrs. Ann Weintraub, pro- gram; Mrs. Elizabeth D'Ar, mond, publicity. SCALP SUGGESTION STTTINGBOUHftE, Englan 1 Kent spirit told him Kow to grow his hair again. He says a spooky voice laid to rub a mixture of sugar and vinegar on his scalp. Roy claimi it worked. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC 114 Ilk II. I. Ph. 111-7414 Above CapHtl EDDY DIETRICH. C.D.M. Nurses In City To Attend Gait 60th Anniversary Former out of town Ga: School of Nursing Graduates who will be in thi weekend to attend the Diamonu Jubilee celebrations will be Mrs. Foster, Olympia, Wash Mrs. R, McKenzie, Mrs. K. M Cornell, Kelowna, B.C.; -Mrs R. Boehm, Seattle, R. BapHste, Calgary; Mrs. B Lewis, CanmDre; Mrs. G. Babcock, Pocatcllo, Idaho; Mrs. K. Brian, Cremona; Mrs Swarts, Edmonton; Mrs. Mills, Broadview, Sask.; Miss K. Cole man, Medicine Hat Mrs. R. E. Herbert, Lausana Mrs. Hazel Ingels, Calgary Mrs. Taylor, Edmonton; Mr McDonald, Slave Lake; Mrs. W. Picket, Meadp Lake, Sask.; Mrs. S. Leavies Carmangay; Mrs. M. Standidgi Crestan, B.C.; Mrs. R. Bird North Vancouver; Mrs. J. Daw son, Toronto; Mrs. M. McLoe7O LIMITED TIME ONLY 3 1. Culi Milk tills In Half. 3. Air-Tight Flavour Sealed Quart Invelopes, 3. Guaranteed Freih (or 1 year. 4. Completely Soluble. 5. Never any need to Mix Half and Half. Far Enquiries and Oellvery- Phone 328-7114 Irought le you through the io-operotien of Medo-Land Palriel ltd. RDR VALUE PRICES ICE CREAM or SHERBET r 1.49 PURITY........ 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