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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta y, Nov. 3, 1970 Ann .anders Kim! Of Trade Jounuil UKAK i.A.VDKKS.' Tln'i'c's ;i iulf in luu'ri ultri liiMSaoil I" nie yr-umliiv llui hoi grocery bill (or l.-isl month was Ic.-s ilian Shr Imys ureasionally a iltui'ii and a U'M she manure.' 11 vcrv easy. Mn> wardics I lie for weddings, funerals, political i-luiri-li sochils anil Bar Milnvahs. Slii! lias learned in S''1 anynlai'i' willioiil a lickul ni an invil.i- liim. Stir tliTssc.s [o .-.nil Hit' occasion i formal, if ncwssuryi and comiVitls herself as if sln.'...lieloiigs there. If it's a ''oils.1! wwidini; she dues Hv polka If it's a iimeril she cries. Sunday tins woman anciulcd Ihe ucildin" I lie nuis! socially promineiii people' in limn. She dcserilwd Ilic rcccplion ant! tlilllier as m fur rocalir "Did kmnv asked. "N'oi a she replied. 'Tlie groom's assumed 1 "as innn lllc brisk1's .side, and Utu assumed I iri'i" Hu1 "runm's side." and .-in HJ'c Ijer unlv expends. She usually iintis someone will iicr home, lull six1 nuisl Ihere on tier own. first I bill now I rallu'.r admire lliis nuts iiiceniiily. Iliw ilo you read il'.' I'Uisseii DIvM! NON 1 wiinldn'l pnl her mi my ailiniicd" Msl Inn she eerlamlv has found a nay in boat Ihe cost of living, "rhanks ior Idling us know how one uinnau ij bamHiuj! inflalinn, DEAR ANN I.AVDKHS: 1 had a brief pas.sionale af (air ivilli a young student. He was Bl and I v.as a older and married II was one of ihose (hint's that rlirteed in a magic moment. My husband began to gel suspicious and I ilecicied lo end Ihe romance [or fear of migiil happen lo Ihe young man. I told him ire hall lo slop seeing each oilier, he Ihrealcn- erl suicide. I didn'l believe he mean! il, but 1 was wrong. Three days later he was found dead from an overdose. His familv believes his dealh was accidental, lie always had Irouble sleeping. as not uncommon for him lo take several drinks before retiring and Ilieil a sirotig sedalive. Tin1 morning he was bmieci I received a Idler which he had millen and mailed jusl before he look his life. It unnerved me so completely lhai I was unable lo aitencl Ihe funeral. Now 1 feel (hat perhaps .1 shouhl go to his family and confess. I need your advice and I need il now. Silenl Mourner DEAR SILENT: His family has probably suffered enough. Don't add lo Ibeir grief. Maintain your silence. Drinking may be "in" to Ihe kids you run bill it ran put you "0111" for keeps. You can cool il and stay popular. .Read "Boira And You For Teen-Agere Send 35 cents m coin and a long, self-addressed, stamiwd envelope wilh your requosi. I J T7 .aCeridar cyLocai. 'Die MCdii'lvr. nf Ihe Fii'si United Church Women will he held Thursday, at p.m. An old fashioner! supper be sponsored by Ihe First Uni- ted Church Women Wednesday al fi p.m. in the lower hall. The Major Burncll Noble Grand's Chili will hold! ils annual bar.quel at Ihe Park1 Plaza Motor Hotel. Wednesday ai 6MO p.m. Tiie Dimension Sing- ers, will hold a concert in the Scandinavian Hall 22.9 12 SI C N.. Wednesday at p m Ev- ervone is welcome. friendship Lodge No. TJTU will hold its regular mcei- ing Wednesday at S p.m. in Ihe 100F Hall. There will he an election of officers and the tss- lunch. The Lefhbndge Chrisiian Women's Club will hold a luncheon in Sven Ericksen's Restaurant Wednesday fioru to p.m. with featured speaker Mrs. Rlilh Friesen. homemaker I r o m Medicine PUBLIC BINGO U GAMES JACKPOT LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM {Upilmfi) EVERY THURS.- 8 p.m. 'Hie progi-am will also in- clude llie Temple Aires, a of singing housewifcs and a demonstration oa the arl of candle making by Airs. Ethel darker. Reservations Mis. Esther SawaLsky. 328-1686 or Mrs Jean Dogiorom. Nui'sen' service provided by reserviiiion. The general is inviied. Xor-Alou Family Group will mee-l Friday Hi B p. in in l.he board room of (he Alunicij Tliere will a rejjulHr meet- ing of the BeLliel No. 2 Inlerna- Lional Order nf Jab's Daughters on Wednesday s! 7 p.m. in Ihe Masonic Hall on in SI. S. A meeting of Ihe Guardian Coun- cil will follow, The Whirl A Way.1: square dance has been cancelled for Ihis week only. B'nai B'ritli Youth Organization will hold its an- nual Jewish bake sale Thurs- day from ht 9 p.m. in (be College Mall, Souihinuisler hold ils r e y u 1 a r meeting Thurs- day al p.m. in I he lounge- Doug Walker of The Lclhlirtdgc Herald will speak on Cnliival- ing Critical Capacity. The Susan (ralbraitli Unit Is in cliiii'ge. A good allendance i.s Nnr-Alon Family (irinif) will mec'i Si. North. Wednesday al B p.m. Noic thantie of day. BINGO RAINBOW HALL HOI 511. N. TUESDAY, NOVEMBE R3i-d al 8 p.m. Ill Jaekpol S5S 54 Nos 2nd Jcicknoi S65 58 Noi. Free and ?5c Cord, 5 Cards Sl.OC 3 free Game, Door Prilo No Children Under 16 Year, Sponsored By A.U.U.C. Aisoclcjlion IETHBRIDGE FISH GAME ASSN. WEDNESDAY AT 8 P.M. IN THE NEW EAGLES HALL SI 15 BLACKOUT 56 NUMBERS FREE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS (4111, 8lli oml 12th) S25 in 7 Numbers HO CW.DP.ll-I UNDER 16 LADIES' AUXILIARY CANADIAN LEGION RIKEGQ Wednesday at 8 p.m. Aif Mnmorinl Hnll 1M Gump SIS 6lh Gt.mr S20 4rh Gcr.nt. Jotkpol S330 Bill Glime S95 in 7 Numhari II 4lli Grime Nol Won. lOlli Game S25 Blntkool ISMi Gnmr r.li.ekciul To, S100 in 56 or leu liKty Drti.v SI 5 E.lrc Ccirill 55c Door Priie S5 SlriniliiiiJ Gtnni-i il Wnn 7 Number in (irM 12 IICKfl GIVCN 10 WINNERS OF AU Women s Magazines Still Have Says Editor O I. y iiy sn v (UP i in an era n dyiiif; Dons An- derson tiHiovo.s uomen's survive iK't-jiuse lliev ai'f ;i kind nf iradt.- jnur- Mis. Aiidi'iMin said in un omen's ;irc lieallhy ;inil "ihe risa- .son is ihiil Mpe .serve a in spile of en'.- Mb, are inU'rcslt-il in Innv they drc-ss and Iwik. trunk, decoralf I heir We're ii kind of lriitk> "Anodit'i' purpose lo keep women mfonnwl. only run ahoul hvo Ciftion pieces :ni i ue." She said Ihe is in ;i conslaitl si tile of slou- but .steady ehiinge and ihe empha- sis on fuel and inloi malion ha> iiKji'easesJ ii' ret'cn! years 'I don 'I know how inneli ef- feel lifivc There's no uay lo measure il, But 1 do know can i-iiii arlicle.s now thai we eoLikln'l run live years ;igo. 'liul we do get violem let- ters allaeking us somel i m e we're women out of I lie home and ailvueal- ing yenotide." Mrs Anderson saiii she ahead of ihe new in [or snure-liberal aborhon laws and for more day nurseries for tin1 ebildien of working mothers. She thinks Dun no al-ljonte ;jnd molli- L'r .should feel pressured inlo a job sin- duesn't waul ur need, liowever. IIA1TY AT "I Ihink lots of are happy and keep Ihem.selve.s ii.sefiilly occupied They' nm Iheir (u fuii'e Jiobbius ;ind ai L' Ijusy in uumnnmih yt'liviiies. "What 1 du wish would do is lake ;i more live- ajid-lel-live atlilntle anil together eH'iK'lively. I ihink lols tilings in this world need Id be changed. Ihink Women's Lib is quite right, except 1'or f.hc exlreniish u'bo doii'l wail! ID bear chil- dssij e lo do! men, :'Bnl they feel il's morally if women are being dis- crimmaletJ against, and I Lliink that's I' She said .she is amiisod lo Aiders her.selt a fivininwi of equal pny ami more women in find herself regarded ;is a mix-jsome years' jjulitic.s and I felt as il' 1 was Hire o( sell-oul and cop-oul by UA1I thronyh Ihs 1930s anil talking lu Mow 1 find ilic feminists because .she edits 'HUs I wrole editorial after edi- I'm cMi.skii.'rpr! ;ni Aunt TUMI. a women's magazine. She eon- Eurial hecau.se we should liave "I feel I'm in a jol) in whieh I can d.'ivo stmii; infhiciwc. I'm a She believes the deyi eu ol eunx'iil iiHcruHl in women's riglilw subside cvcnLually build again some day, I ihink Ihings swinj; buel; mil forth as a pendulum, and I o experienced b o I h ex- tremes. When yul married had children and wns a orkiiiy wife, 1 was atlaekcd It readers timJ I'd meet and lold ii u-as immoral. I re- (nicd i his I didn'l feel i it ivas any ol lliuir business." Ors. Anderson, a native I C ilgary. canie lo lier prc.senL i ]Vib by way of the University of Alberta and wbal .she refers lo 1s. a "series ol" runny I worked on copy di'iks. did ivorJ; lor ;i rarlio ilv and wrote advertising copy. Lliis lime I wns trying Lo write fiction. I saved money I and went to Europe and sold three stories lo Maclean's and I Chatelaine." i When she c a in e home, she was hired by Cbatolaine as .111 editorial assislaist. She was of- fered the edilorsliip a. week be- fore her inarriuRc to David An- derson, a lawyer. 1 The Anilcrsuw h ;t v c UUTC sons. Peter. 12. Sleplum, and Milehell, 7, "I've been a( me job years, and I've got a terrifi- cally cffiL'iunt staff. It's a pres- sure job, but because il's -'i monthly magiizinc, I can ar- range it lo suit myself." Wilh lipsticks taking on mnro color, it's only natural that nail L'lUiiiK-ls slrciiKlhcn. No biyoci- rccls. liowcvci'. Pifllher, translu- ceiit n-ostcds shrimp or pink pearl wliich are clear enough so UK moon and mii) show (lirough. Yet blushed with a little color lo make your hands leak extra cared-for. Doris Ander Chatelaine Edilor ARTISTIC BEAUTY SALON Free Three Opera For Appoinlmenls Phone 328-3932 535 13th St. N. Upsln Above Acme TV SIMPSONS-SEARS Automotive and Tire Centre Open Wednesday until 6 p.m. The Snow Go-ers Deluxe Our Best 4-Ply Nylon Snow Tire Save to a pair C78-13 (7.00-13) Tubeless Black walls, Reg. 70.98. pairs. Installed far surc-fooieeJ h'aclion on ice and packed snow ihe Deluxe Trnclion has thousands of jnioll gripping edges thaf provide a firm grip on wel, slippery surfaces. Our best X-ply nylon snow lire is oho designed to dig deep into packed snow and give you ihe grip lo go. Il's a proven performer In tough Canadian winters, yel the tread is designed givs c quiel ride on bare pavement. For a more siable ride the Deluxe Traclion has a wide 73 rolio profile design, jus! like the I ires on n sw 1970 model cnri. IE Reg. Price Snle Ea. fa. In Prs. In Prite Scilo Eo. n Pn. In 7.35-1 8. 8 Available w: ice-grip gfu extra per iire Spnre Wheels Premium Traction Snow Tires For Compact Imports Full 4-ply Nylon Construction GuoranfGcd 25 monllis againsi Wotfrouf low profile design For stable ride lire Eocli in 1 Poir5 Installed 22.98 of Ailstcite Tires for less than Monthly Service Station Open Daily From B a.m. Centre Village 2 Avo. cincl 13 St. N., Lethbridge. Coll 328-9231. ;