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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta fritltiy, Mny 19, 1772 THE ICTH9CIOGE 17 THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes Ann Landers "This tastes just like the stew my mother used to make .It's o conspiracy, isn't Hobby turns into career fin Mill. fX UUtllg CALGARY CPI Pamela; Carruthers says she's doing a I man's job and "if you're a woman you must do it better Uian any man would." And she's proven her point as one of the top horse-jump- ing course designers in the world. j What started out as a hobby 20 years ago has blossomed j into a full-time job for the former British equestrian. She starts designs of courses for the 50 shows she attends even1 year in her Kith-century cottage in Bath, England. They end in a maze of poles and brick walls seemingly dropped haphazardly on the turf of an an arena. However, courses are care- fully designed so jump atten- dants can set them up in min- utes. Mrs. Carruthcrs, who often trains future course designers between horse shows, attributes her success to "having a feel- ing for what competitors will do." She spends the first day of a show watching the horses and riders in action, then adjusts i the height and width of the jumps to match the quality of riding. As the horses warm to the task the jumps get more difficult. "The height of the jumps isn't the determining factor in assessing the difficulty of a j course. "The best course demands all that a horse and rider can give. They must be able to take wide fences as well as high ones and at a good speed." Familiar with the more ad- vanced courses in Europe, Mrs. Carmthers is proving a boon to Canadian equestrians com- peting internationally by de-1 signing courses that meet Eur- opean standards. She says the quality of riders j and horses in Canada is im- j proving quickly. "A few years ago there were only three or four riders of' Olympic calibre in Canada. Now DKAH ANN LANDERS: My married daughter Iclcphones me once a week. Big deal. It's the same routine every Thurs- day. She asks how I'm feeling and who died. Then she puts Ihe kids on. They say. "Hello, Grandma, the dog wants to talk to you." I sit and hold the phone like a dumbbell and I don't hear anything. All of a sudden Ihe dog yelps, like somebody gave him a sock and then my daughter hollers at them to leave the dog alone. 1 get to listen to a whole fight no conversation, just n lot of screaming and yelling. I don't want to hang up because I think maybe someone will come on tiic line and say something. I have sat with that receiver in my hand for as long as 20 minutes. Please tell me what to do about this. It spoils my whole day. Thank you, Ann. High Blood Pressure DEAR H.B.P.: When your daughter calls next Thursday tell her you'd like to talk to the kids but not to the dog. Ask her l.o stand by the phone and instruct the kids to say good- bye when they've finished so you'll know when to hang up. DEAR ANN LANDERS: "I'll Know Where To Look In Fargo" was the last straw. That idiot refers to himself as a happily married man for over thirty years, stid says if any- thing ever happens to his dear wife he's going to look for a lady over 40. Why? Because, he explains in his half-baked way, "She won't yell. She won't tell. She won't swell. She'll be grateful as hell." I'll bet he already has his next wife picked out. and I hope he gets what's coming to him. My brother-in-law had the same idea, only he didn't wait until my sister died. The lady he was sneaking around with over 40 but she yelled, told, swelled and showed her gratitude by naming him in a paternity suit. His reputation was mud in our town after that ugly incident and my sister died of heart trouble as a result of it. I'd like to know why a man who describes himself as "happily married" is thinking about what he'd like in the way of a second wife. And to sit down and write to Ann Landers about it suggests a strange preoccupation with the subject. If that man were MY husband I'd be afraid to fall asleep in the same bed with him. Do you agree? Or am. 1 paranoid? Third Eye Eleanor DEAR T.E.E.: I receive all kinds of letters from all kinds of people. Merely because a person writes along odd lines RUMMAGE SALE Sat., May 20th 9 a.m. 12 Noon FRIENDSHIP CENTRE 102 5lh St. t mean he s planning anytrang. 1 GO agree, nowever, that he might be indulging in some wishful thinking. You are right about women swelling and yelling after 40. It happens all the time. Can drugs be a friend in time of stress? If you keep your hoad together can they be of help? Ann Landers' new booklet, "Straight Dope On Drugs" separates the fact from the fiction. Get it today. For each booklet ordered send a dollar bill, plus a long. Self-addressed. envelope (1C> cents postage) to Ann Landers, Box 334G, Chicago. Illinois GOG54. Please send inquiries and requests to Landers Reader-1 mail Department. Chicago Sun Times-Daily News, 401 North Wabash Avc., Chicago. 111. INDEMNITY CAPE TOWN, South Africa (AP) Isolde Stcgmann collected for giving birth to twins. It was a payoff from her insurance company, which saic insurance for twins i-; "not all that HOPE AND CARE WILL YOU SHARE? 1 FLOWERS OF HOPE MAY 14th to 20th WATCH FOR THE SEEDS IN YOUR LETTERBOX Mail Your Donations NOW! j There will bo no RETARDED CHILDREN NEED YOUR HELP! and c Miss Sandra Stewart was valedictorian for the graduating group of CGIT at a recent Lit, Of WWII vice of graduation held in Mc-Killop United Church. Other graduates were Gladys Brenda Sallenbach, Brenda Anderson, Darcy Gra-j ham, Orrie Camming and Judy I Collier. Assisting in the service were; Rev. Florence Wilkinson. Mi's, D. K. Walker, Mrs. Norman Metz, presented roses from the CGIT department; and Mr. Earland Dawson, who gave each girl a gift from the con-i gregation. BEAUTIQUE BEAUTY SHOP 922-5 Ave. N. Phone fP npur ft f Km TUP THE CLEANEST DEAL OF THE SEASON BOTH FOR ONLY UPRIGHT HOOVER INDOOR AND SHAG VACUUM SUCTION WITH BROOM COMBINATION VACUUM NO TRADE-IN NECESSARY 119 .95 2 TRADE-ENS WOULD NORMALLY MAKE UP THIS DEAL 3 days only beginning Saturday, May 20th FAiRFIELD SERVICES LTD. 327-6684 327-6070 I i The Lethbridge Country Club j will hold a tea and fashion show hon Friday. June 9. with conven- or Mrs. John Hunt. Hi Commentator will be Mrs. I Mollie Mitchell, with musician j Mrs. Muriel Barrow. i Models will be: Mrs. Edna ''jBroder, Mrs. Helen Christou, j i I. Mrs. Peggy Flaa. Mrs. Janet i I Tail, Mrs. Eddie Logan and j Mi's. Heather Barnes. Everyone welcome. A linen and bathroom show- er was given recently by Mrs. Val Matleotti and her nieces. Miss Alberta Lutlerotti a n d Mrs. D. Goruk, in honor of Wendy Lynn Anderson, at Mrs. Matteotti's home. Mrs. Hilda Marsh, Miss Linda Marsh. Mrs. Barry Jensen and Mrs. Earl Marsh j of Yauxhall were hostesses for j I Ij a miscellaneous shower held at I i the home of Mrs. Marsh. j y They recycle. That's why! It'stherealthing. Coke. enjoy BUNS SKYLARK-FRESH Pkg. of 12 P5 M M ZIF-PY, ALSO HAMBURGER OP, HOT DOG PARTY PRIDE, A FLAVOURS SNOW STAR, 4 flavours to chcsse from EDWARDS Regular, Fine or Eloc. Pert Grind, vac pah EICKS WITH GARtIC, NO GARtIC, POLISH ALBERTA FINE GRANULATED paper bag NOTICE: THE NEW PRINTING OF VOLUME II of Funk and Wagnall's Encyclopedia is now available This is to replace the original voiume II which contained an error HAMS Cook a Ham Toss a Salad Swift's Lazy Maple, Smoked, Skinned WHOLE, HALF or QUARTERS BURNS, serve in Sliylark- fresh bun IMPORTED, WHOLE, RIPE AND JUICY...........Ih. MEXICAN, fresh, vine-ripened. Canada No. 1 Gradrt PRICES EFFECTIVE in Lethbridge May 19-20 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES CANADA SAFEWAY LIMITED ;