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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Niviniur 1, THE IETHMIDGE HMAID If Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: My hat is off to you for having the com age to speak out on subjects that most people would just as soon duck. 1 refer to your column on "funny uncles." I didn't have a "funny uncle" but 1 had a step-lather who took indecent liberties with me for about four years, starting when I was six. I didn't know what it was all about until I readied my tenth birthday and was put wise by a playmate who was a couple of years older than I was. Her step-father was "funny" with her and she wrote to you about it. You told her to tell him if he came near her again she would go immediately to her mother and ruin him. She took your ad- vice and he never bothered her after that. I decided to do the same with my step-father although I was scared to death he might give me a beating. Well, Ann, that was the last time he tried to act funny with me. Although this happened eight years ago 1 think of it nearly every day and f remember you in prayers every night. Please forgive me fcr not writing to say thanks until now. One You Saved DEAR ONE: No apologies are necessary. Your letter gives me another opportunity to tell all my young readers that if a relative, friend or neighbor gets "funny" they should not be afraid to say. "If you come near me again I'll tell my Mom and Dad." Then do it if the warning isn't enough. DEAR ANN LANDERS: My husband, who is 40 years old and in excellent physical condition, has several young men in his employ. Most of them are in their late teens and early 20's. They are race fellows and we have made them feel wel- come in our home. The problem is that Husband likes to wrestle with these young guys and they have just about torn our house apart. The sofa springs are broken and the stuffing is coming out. The good leather chair in the living room has a big hole in it and our rugs have slits from where the boys have dug in their heels. Every table has been knicked over and the lampshades are bent out of shape. I'm not a person who places a high value on material things but I hate to see damage like this. It makes no sense. When I told my husband he couldn't have the young men in the house anymore unless they stopped horsing around he became it was his house as well as mine and that he didn't need permission to have friends in. The last thing he said was, "I'm going to write to Ann Landers about this." Did he write to you. Ann? If to. what did you tell him? I've been watching the mail and haven't seen anything from you. Maybe he asked you to write to him at his place of work. Please inform DEAR G.L.: Sorry, but I never divulge information con- cerning my correipondence. If you want answers to these questions, ask your husband. FLIPPING OVER FLAPJACKS Bill Varzari, left, presi- dent of the Kiwanis Club, and Jack Stokes, put on a professional performance yesterday noon at LCI's Hal- loween spectacle, while Rose Scargill looks on somewhat sceptically. The pancake dinner was in aid of the school's Kiwanis-sponsored Key Club, and all proceeds will go to the club's operation for the coming year. Walter Kerber, photo ana out of t( At yesterday' meeting of parents of LCI students, K. Sauer, school principal, dis- i cussed the Lelhbridge school I board's reactions to the Worth Commission report. Mr. Sauer also announced BINGO MOOSE HALL 1234 3rd AVENUE NORTH WEDNESDAY oi P.M. Jackpot in 59 Numbers 12 Games in 7 Number! 4th 8th Games Doubled in 7 Numbers 5 Cards 1 FREE GAMES FREE CARDS DOOR PRIZE NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 SPONSORED BY THE tOYAl ORDER OF MOOSE there would be an open house for parents on Tuesday, Nov. 14, at which time teachers would be introduced and spe- cial displays presented in some of the teaching areas. The annual convention work- shop for the Area Eleven, Al- berta Federation of Home and School Associations, will com- own, Resource personnel will in- clude Drs. Carl Johnson, E. W. Webking, Keith Robin, Mr. Ivan Millar, Mrs. J. Kotkas and Mrs. L Krammer. Issues involved in the various changes propos- ed by the Worth Commission Report will be under examina- tion. All parents are invited to at- tend. The monthly meeting of the Milk River CWL was held re- cently, with plans made for the annual parish dinner on Sunday in the church hall. Plans were also announced for par- ticipation in the 60th anniver- sary celebrations of t h e Cal- f loca lenaar of Fashions 72' Curling Pants Dawn Filled Jackets 2 Piece "Long Johns" Sweater! Curling Gloves We have all the fashions you need in the latesl colors and fabrics. Drop in and see us now! 0 f tl'larcj i PRIMROSE SHOP LTD. 313 6th ST. S. PH. 327-2744 OPEN THURS. AND FRI. TIU 9 p.m. The Original Pensioners and Senior Citizens Association will h o 1 d a rummage sale starting a.m. Saturday in the box- ing room at the Civic Sports Centre. For pick-ups, phone south side 328-1587 and north side 328-6765. The Western Square Dance beginners' group will dance at p.m. Thursday at the Dr. Hammon School, and women are asked to please bring a box lunch. The dance is being held in conjunction with the recre- ation department. Friendship Lodge No. 729 will hold a regular meeting at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the IOOF hall. The Southminster .1 u nior Girls' Choir will present the Pink Siamese operetta for mem- bers of the G-reen Acres Lodge, Sunday. The cast is requested lo be at the lodge at p.m. in full costume and make-up. The Canadian Family Store 318 6th Street Phone 328-6566 Thurs., Frl., Sat.-At all Our Stores "She should be through shortly. She's arguing with a lope recording." SIMPSONS-SEARS SEWING MACHINE RENTAL Loti of menciing to do? A wedding soon? A yen to be creative? Rent and Sew with a gorgeous KENMORE ZIG ZAG from Simpsons-Sears. Telephone 328-9231 Or Drop In At Simpsons-Sears, Centre Village Mall For Complete Details SIMPSONS bears HAWAIIAN DAYS WINNERS The winneri of Simpsons- Sears Hawaiian Days draw for a roast piglet werej MRS. W. SINCLAIR 701 12th St. 'A' N. MR. D. ERICKSON 424 1 lit St. i. MRS. COULTER tETHBRIDGE Congratulations to our winners SHARPEST PRICES IN TOWN! SAVE LADIES' SKI JACKETS Three choice styles with nylon outer, nylon lining and polyester padding. Zippered or flap pockets, ftlasticized cuffs, belled. Navy, grope, powder blue, red, while. Sizes S.M.L. Regular 14.98.......................... UNBEATABLE BARGAIN MEN'S SKI JACKETS Wet-look cire nylon. Instructor length, nylon shell, 100% polyester interlined, hidden Zip and snap closure, 3 zippered slosh pockets, leif belt, Blue, purple, red, green, brown, gold, novy, 5.M. L.XL Regular 14.98 INSTRUCTOR STYLE GIRLS' SKI JACKETS 100% cire nylon with warm, lightweight polyester lining. 2 way zipper closing, belted. Three styles. Attached hoods or hidden hoods. Assorted colours. Sizes 7 to 14. Regular 9.98 and 10.98 7 .44 GIRLS' FLARE PANTS JR. BOYS' PULLOVERS Vi PRICE Brushed denims with split knees, zip fly or good quality corduroy. Variety of colours. Sizes 7 to 14. 4.71 2 .99 Choice of long sleeved styles end colours in washable 100% acrylic or Orion. Sizes 4 to 6x. Regular 2.98 1 .49 SAVE 10.10 LADIES' PLUSH PANT COATS Double breasted with slash pockets, pile trim on Open Till 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday Nights! 318 6th Street South Lethbridge Phone 328-6566 On Strong Men's Casual Pants We've cornered the pant market bought all the leading makes in great quantity for all our stores (55 and That's why we can offer a value guaranteed to BEAT THE UNBEATABLE! flares, semi flares, boot jeans, solids and patterns 'n jjr ribless cords flares, semi flares, boot jeans, pinwale cords solids and patterns 0 navy denims sizes 28 to 36 in group f brushed denimi AERO LEVIS Orig> Sugg'was to V V Unbeatable Value........Now (or buy one pair for only 3.99) ;