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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, May 28, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HBtALD 19 Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Now that the "football wid- ows" have laid their gripes to rest (until next may I say a word to all wives who feel that they've lost out to the boob tube? After 14 years of marriage, my husband made it clear that his greatest joy in life is to sit in front of the TV a can of beer in his hand and look at football, basketball, baseball, hockey, golf and bowling tourna- ment s, tennis, swimming meets, anything involving sports. When he wanted to talk to me he'd let me know. After four solid months of DEAR ANN, LANDERS: You shouldn't be giving ad- vice because you are not up on things. I kept a write-up for six months about the Texas judge who married two men. (One was dressed up like a beautiful bride and he looked very I threw the clipping away last week and now I could kick myself. Your statement that mar- riage between two people of the same sex is illegal is wrong, wrong. I want you to admit, it in It Happened In Texas going to bed alone and fall- ing asleep before he turned in, I decided to respond more affirmatively to an attractive man who liked me more than he liked sports on TV. I no longer get that sinking feel- ing when my husband runs for the TV magazine to "sse what's on." My sexual appetite is sat- isfied and I've stopped biting my nails and feeling sorry for myself. Now I feel sorry for HIM. The dumb Did It In Scarsdale DEAR DID: Some "solu- tions" can be the beginning of new and more complicated problems. To each his own. DEAR TEX.: I hope you won't take it too hard, but that "marriage" was de- clared null and void. It's like off, dear. The judga charged misrepresentation and fraud. He later said the "bride" was prettier than the groom and he was completely fooled. As I was saying, before I was so rudely interrupted, in no state of the union can mem- bers of the same sex be le- gally married. Some far-out rninisisr in California has performed several "marriage cor emcnies" between homo- sexuals, but the state does not recognize them as valid. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Please speak up for the most abused people in the coun- trv cashiers in supermar- ket. GRIPE NUMBER ONE: People who complain about prices or the tax on items. Don't they realize that we are not to blame? If it was up to us the prices would be lower and there wou'd be no taxes. Second, when we ask to see personal identification before cashing a cheque, they act like we are accusing them of trying to pass a bummer. They always say, "You know ME. I've been coming in here for years." Of course I know them, but I need proof of identification, eilher the driver's license number, so- cial security something. Most cashiers have bun- ions, flat feet, fallen arches and nervous headaches. Ex- tra aggravation we don't need. Tell 'em, Of Dray-Kupps DEAR TIRED: I let YOU tell 'em, and you did it bet- ter than I could have be- cause I don't have flat feet, bunions, fallen arches, etc. Have a good day, Doll. Take it to the leader. Let Put Your Sewing Ma- chine in its Best Working Order With Our 7-Point Program We 1. Adjust, balance tensions 2. Adjust fabric handling mechanism 3. De-lint threading mechanism 4. Adjust belt tension 5. Inspect wiring 6. Lubricate machine 7. inspect, lubricate motor Call us today 95 8 {Parts not included Additional charge for in-home service) SINGER For address of Singer Store or Company-Approved Dealer nearest you, see Yellow Pages under Sewing Machines. of Singer Company of Canada Ltd Anthology for insomniacs LONDON (AP) A stock- broker in Surrey fighting a sleepless night likes to fancy himself a sensuous bumble bee buzzing from blossom to blossom in dewy meadows of dawn. The buzzing, in particular, he finds most soporific. A vicar in the West Country in search of sleep delivers last Sunday's sermon from Motorized bordellos DETROIT (AP) Detroit police say some practitioners of the world's oldest profes- sion are utilizing the Motor City's best known product by operating motorized bordellos. Cars and camper trucks converted into rolling bed- rooms cruise the downtown areas and the suburbs, and the ponderers and their ladies offer curb service, officers say. The camper-bordellos are an inovatipn on the Detroit scene. Police say they haven't really caught on yet and most of the ttavelling saleswomen still work out of cars. "We know what he's doing, but we haven't been able to bust him said vice- squad Patrolman Michael Gallaway about one chauf- feur-pimp. "We haven't been able to catch him at it." Police estimate there are between and pros- titues in the city, and the mot- orized madams who use cars are becoming a real problem, Gallaway said. Many pull over to the side of a street and flag down prospective customers. Arresting the girls who work out of their cars while parked is fairly easy because it's easy to see what's hap- pening, police said. But Gallaway says officers would have to get a search warrant for the campers. Since the windows are cov- ered, "we can't be sure when they're operating." There is nothing illegal about having a bed in the back seat of a car or in a camper, and "nothing in the Motor Vehicle Code that cov- ers the situation, unless they park illegally." his pillow and usually corks off in less time than anyone in the congregation did. Then there's the suburban housewife who tries to count all the As in the Lord's Prayer, and the chap who replays his toughest golf match and seldom gets be- yond the fourth tee. These and hundreds of oth- ers wrote to London literary agent Hilard Rubinstein when he let it be known in a BBC interview that he was com- piling a bedside anthology for insomniacs. "I was absolutely aston- ished at the said Rubinstein, an insomniac himself who tentatively has ti- tled his work Z-Z-Z-Z-Z. The idea for the book came to him one restless night and has kept him awake ever since. "Insomnia is a universal complaint, yet so little is known about Rubinstein said. "There are so many myths to be brushed aside: like needing eight hours sleep a night, absolute nonsense for adults; and the thing about resting a mile after lunch and walking a mile after dinner, and that old wheeze about an hour's sleep before midnight being worth three after it." Rubinstein sees his book as "something for people to fall asleep over." The first section, mainly scientific, will deal with the latest research being carried out in sleep laboratories, the dangers of barbiturates and the psychology of dreams and sleep. The second section will deal with techniques to fight in- s o m n i acu- puncture, recordings, the lat- est gadgetry in the shops and whatever his mailbag produces before publication time. If you can wait 3 days Make a killing! Cash in on bargains galore from an inventory of millions of dollars! Shoppers Stoppers start Thursday, May 31 Simpsons-Sears Guiding through history Sixty years of guiding in Alberta were marked with a jubilee celebration over the weekend by 7th Lethbridge company, 4th Lethbridge and 1st Coaldale company. The girls held a sleep-over, plays, campfire and fashion show. Above, left, is 11-year-old Anite Pries modelling a 1910 Guider outfit; and Colleen Mercer, 11, in a 1910 Guide uniform. Calendar of local Xi Iota Chapter will meet Tuesday at p.m. at the home of Mrs. Karin Machal- ke, 1134 25th St. N. Mrs. Joan Erdmann will present the pro- 1 gram, homemaking. The annual sunshine bag tea sponsored by the WA of the Lethbridge Auxiliary Hospital will be held Wednesday from 2 i to p.m. in the hospital lounge. Everyone welcome. The Ladies of the Old Tim- ers' Pemmican Club will meet Wednesday at 1 p.m. for a pot- luck lunch before the meeting. Members are asked to bring a favorite dish, and a small prize for bingo. This will be the final meeting until fall. Sigma Chapter will meet Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Frank Huszar, 2417 10th Ave. N. The program, her crowning glory, will be presented by Mrs. Huszar and Mrs. Charlie Fletcher. Co-hostess will be Mrs. Maurie Simpson. Citizenship ceremonies will be held in the court house Tues- day at 10 a.m. IODE members are asked to attend. Xi Nu Chapter will bold the final meeting and wind-up party Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Carol Fekctc. Re- tiring members are cohostess- es. Members are asked to please remember poems and gifts. The Ogden Unit of Southmin- ter United Church will hold a supper meeting Tuesday at p.m. at the Elks's Club. UNIT 34 A.N.A.F. EVERY TUESDAY-8 P.M. iN THE CLUBRCCM5 JACKPOT (GAME 14) IN 52 NUMBERS (OR LESS) EXTRA WITH GREEN CARD NO WINNER DOUBLED WITH GREEN CARD Increases and T Number Weekly Until Won 12 GAMES IN 7 NUMBERS OR LESS THEN DROPS TO Till WON. Dear Card (woodgroin) each Blue er Brawn cards 50c each. Green key card (this card may be pur- chased if o player a dear card and at least 4 other blue or brown All BINGOS CALLED ON A GREEN CARD -MONEY IS DOUBLED IN REGULAR OR 4 CORNERS MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY SPRING SAVINGS DAYS RaM relief of ALLERGIES Hay fever? Obtain rapid relief with Chior-Tripolon Sugg. list 2.09 Now 1 ,49 T1MEX WATCHES 15% OFF PLAYTEX NURSER Sugg, list 70.95...............Now 6 ,99 DR. SCHOLL'S EXERCISE SANDALS 15% OFF KntPY 1 48's Reg. and Super......... 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