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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Wtdniufey, May 27, WO THI IITHIHIDOI HHAID Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: While in the Poet Office Build- ing this afternoon I had to go to the bathroom. I started through the door when a security officer stopped me and asked, "Whore do you think you're I said, "To the washroom He looked startled and mumbled, "I'm ma'am, I thought you were a man." ThU has happened to me before and I bate it! I'm 5'10 and weigh 165 pounds. My hair is smartly styled In a short bob because it looks best thto way. I'm more com- fortable in slacks and pantsuits and wear them whenever I can. Ann, I am a married woman and the mother of two lovely children. I have no masculine tendencies whatever and I am 100 per cent normal. What can I do about this Dear Up: A woman who is 5'10, weighs 165 pounds, wears a short bob and pantsuits is asking for it. If you'd lose some weight, let your hair grow and put on a skirt, you'd be less apt to be taken for a fella. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am a girl, 14. My mother won't let me do anything on my own. No matter what I do she' has to do it. over or cut in and "help." I can't make a bed to suit her or sew a hem or iron a blouse. She finds fault with everything and makes me feel like a failure. I wrote a letter tonight and asked Mom for a stamp. She asked who I had written to. When I said, "Ann she -got mad and yelled, "I hope you told Ann Landers that you have your own phone, a new portable TV for your bedroom, a closet full of clothes and that we are sending you to Europe on a student tour next year." When I didn't answer she screamed, "I can't imagine why you'd be writing to Ann Landers. With all the money we've spent on you, you should be the happiest girl in the world." I tore up that first letter and wrote this: one Instead. I'm sure you know my problem. Can you Many Things DEAR TOO: Your mother is the one who needs help and unfortunately, she didn't ask for it. You sound like a smart cMck who knows the score. I urge you to continue to do your best and not let your mother destroy your in- itiative or self-esteem. I hope every mother who reads this and sees herself will do something about it. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Once In a while someone asks you to re-run a letter they think is especially good. I am asking such a favor today. I am a realtor who Mas earned1 this particular column in my wallet for several' years. I always show it to the widows who ask me to sell their homes. I need a fresh copy. Please, DEAR M.B.: I'll do it. But have this one plasticized, DEAR ANN LANDERS: My husband died four ago and my daughter begged me to sell my house and live with them. I was grief-stricken and lonely when I said, it was the biggest mistake I ever made. My house is gone, my furniture is gone and I'm a root in someone else's house. My grandchildren are Am- reapecttul and I feel "in their way." To hear Stem talk I wonder how I could have lived so long and -learned little. I was once a friendly, pleasant person. Now I feel like a sour, useless old woman. I gave up everything dear to me and I really didn't have to. Tell other widows to where they if it's single room, I wish I Fart Strviw at us NOW ERICKSEN'S JEWELLERY McFarland Bldg. Phon. 327-3525 Forthcoming Marriage Mr. and Mrs. Bruce M. Alger ol Lethbridge are pleased to announce the forthcoming mar- riage of their daughter Susan Ellen, to Mr. Peter Kenneth Jensen, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Jensen of Noranda, Quebec. The wedding will take place in Our Lady of Assumption Church on June 27 at p.m. BINGO MOOSE HALL 1134 3rd AVENUE NORTH WEDNESDAY at iiOO P.M. Jackpot in 57 Numbtn In 7 Numbers 4th Ith 12 Games Doublid In 7 Numbtra 5 i FREE GAMES FREE CARDS DOOR PRIZI NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 SPONSORED BY THE LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE HIS AND HER WINNERS These two outfits won 1970 Eedee fashion awards in Toronto. At left is a navy blue, double-breasted casual suit with tank top vest de- signed by Dennis Geffen of Novelty Apparel Limited, Tor- onto and at right, a white wool ensemble consisting of mini dress with wide pleats and a single-breasted midi coat with back pleat detail fey Peter Weber of Sol Sch- wartz Garments Ltd., Toronto. Surgical Nurses., Human Monitors By KARIN MOSER MONTREAL (CP) Operat- ing room nurses are "human monitors" who must be alert to dangers: to patients, a Halifax doctor said here. Dr. Robert F. Scharf, director of the emergency department at Victoria General Hospital, was addressing 800 nurses from all parts of Canada at the first na- tional conference of operating room nurses. "Sure, there's lots of equip- ment on display out he said, referring to an exhibition hall where the latest in surgical and operating room equipment was being shown. "All sorts of tubes and pumps and machines and motors, but not one of them can be re-pro- grammed immediately to meet an emergency situation in the operating room. "But you can be.... "Do you realize that m one lospital a few years ago work- men installed an air condition- ng unit to remove dust from the surgical area but by mis- take reversed the fans and in- stead of the unit taking dust ou of the operating room it was blowing into it? "And it took two years to dis- cover1 the error." MUST WATCH CLOSELY Dr. Scharf, said nurses mus be on the lookout for persons "such as a dentist" who migh not be familiar with scrubbing procedures in operating rooms "He's walking into a sterile area without knowing that otliei rules apply." Earlier, Mary Taylor, co- chairman oftheOperating Room Nurses for the Province of Quebec and operating room supervisor at the Montreal Chil dren's Hospital, warned that the operating room nurse may be- come extinct in five years if a training program is not put into effect quickly, perhaps for po- tential registered nurses in jun- ior colleges. "Right now, the student nurse gets about two weeks" exposure in the surgical Miss Taylor said in an interview. The Homemaker BY ELIZABETH BARTMAN People in the County of Leth- nidge are being involved in the educational experience of planning programs and events This is a function of dem- ocracy; it B a means well rec- ognized by adult educators to iroduce the best results. Look bout in organizations today working OUR IWIRI STOCK OF SPRING HATS AND HANDBAGS GOING AT TREMENDOUS REDUCTIONS HATS AND OVER OVER OFF BALANCE OF SPRING ENTIRE STOCK OF SPRING HATS .25% off HANDBAGS MARIE-LOUISE off MILLINERY 504 3rd Ave. S. 317-2965 a F. Noble of Nobfefard vice- chairman. Other members of the Leth- bridge County Advisory Com mittee are: John Murray of the McNally district; George Temple ton, Readyroade dis- trict; J. Withage, Noble- ford; Marvin Koole, Monarch; Mutt TsuKshima, Ooaldale; L. H. Phillips, Barons; W. V. Boras, Picture Butte. Howard B. Haney, Iron Springs; Mrs. Ivan Meyers, OoaMate; Mrs. Mike Pascal, Turin; Berend J. Nyhof, Agri- cultural FieHman; besides Cal Brandtey, district agriculturist and Miss Elizabeth Bartman, district home economist. The purpose of this commit- tee s to advise and be involved with the programs directly re- lated to the rural people of Lethbridge County through the Extension and Colleges Divi- sion rf the Alberta Department of Agriculture. It is envisioned that this com- mittee will advise the exten- office of problems related to farm people and that timely programs win be developed. It is a body that is recognized by provimal government. You as a rural citizen of this country have the means of par- ticipating in a democratic pro- cess, that of planning for edu- cation change. By it you can become actively involved. To do so, contact, that person isted above who represents your district, and discuss your You may be surprised how r-resching your involvement may be for good results. BE IMAGINATIVE Try adding a pinch of dill Weed, basil, dry mustard or tar- ragon when cooking buttered cabbage. 'Volue'Village Shop and Save During Our Value Prices MIRACLE WHIP 65' PIE FILLING ,2 79' GRAPEFRUIT JUICE U HA Nbt J U I V L Unreined 48-oz. for Jjl Jf CANNED HAMS I79 CoHee Angel Food "IL. ,ls. 65e Green Beans 89c 69c 5-99c Lard.......................5... 1-00 Pears MM Alberta Gold n Margarine 69c Cheese Slices Ai-aPtd 3 1-00 3 Facial Tissues Charcoal Briquets 10 89 FROZEN FOODS TV DINNERS Banquet Brand J W Chicken, Beef, Turkey aliie'Village PRODUCE Tomatoes Vine Ripen Ib. 29 Radishes Onions 2 Carrots 2 Bananas Menu Ph. 327-5295 TURKEYS fD t '25-150 Ib. average Of 0661 cut and wrapped Maple Leaf Young Hen 6-10 Ibs. average .Ib. Round Steak Burnt Hot Dog Wieners 47 Neapolitan Marshmaliow Pineapple Tarts ky" (Toppod with Whipped Cream) 0 fo Cinammon Knots 55' Sausage Rolls 6 LOCATED AT THE CORNER Of 13th STRUT ond AViNUE S. ;