Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
ANY LOCAL TAKERS? This sort of tricycle racing may have its ups started the annual event to raise money for UNICEF with some 30 entrants, and downs but it also suits the purposes of a Windsor high school looking It was so successful that this year the race was held just to raise school for school spirit. A year ago the teachers of Riverside Secondary School spirit. And here comes Mrs. Elsie Morley. Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: If you want to say "I told you go ahead because you did. I wrote to you a year ago to tell you how wrong you were about teen-age mar- riages. Bruce and I were proving it COULD work. We had been married all of three months. Six weeks after I wrote to you Bruce stayed out all night. We got into a row over that. From then on things turned really crummy. We fought about money, his drinking, my sleeping late in the morning, his mother, my mother, the meals I fixed, the dog, everything imaginable. Even the sex we thought was so great got boring. I quit high school to get married and Bruce gave up chance to go to college. When our marriage began to go sour we blamed each other. I suggested counselling but Bruce said it would be a waste of time because he was sick of me and my childlish ways. I was sick of him, too, eo I filed for divorce two weeks ago. I'm back in school now and feeling plenty out of place. A divorcee isn't about to be chosen lor cheerleader or home- coming queen. I justed wanted to let you know I'm sorry I said all those nasty things in my letter last year. Please accept my apologies and print this one. Knew It All DEAR MISS: No apologies needed. You've done me a favor. Your letter is my reply to the girl who wrote the following letter: DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'm 17 and would have been a senior if I had gone back to school, but I didn't. I got engaged instead. Lennie and I have been going steady for two years. He gave roe a ring for my birthday in August. We plan to get married around Christmas. As the time gets closer I become more and more un- sure. Every night for weeks I've been waking up in a cold sweat. I've been having terrible nightmares that I am drown- ing, trapped in a fire, or lost in a forest. It must mean something but I don't know what. All my life I've wanted to travel to exciting and far- away countries, I'm good at Spanish and could have a ball in Mexico or Venezuela or Spain or Puerto Rico. If I get married I may see all these great places. Is this selfish? Is it childish to want to have some adventure and see the world? Am I a dreamer? What if I break the en- gagement and Lennie marries someone else? Please help rce sort out my thoughts. My mother died three years ago and you have been like a second mother to me. Thanks, Ann. S.O.S. In Fort Lauderdale DEAR S.O.S. I read you loud and clear. My response is: over and out. Do you read ME? If not, re-read the first letter in this column. Your answer is there. INGER'S CERAMICS STUDIO Things to do and how >o do them' JOIN IN THE WORLD'S MOST FASCINATING HOBBY EVENING ond AFTIRNOON CLASSES Phone 328-2189 Body-Mind Harmony: Cures Aches TORONTO (CP) You don't need pills and ointments to cure many kinds of head and back- harmony between body and mind, says Anna Founder of the Claremont Ex- periment, a program for "per- sonality she says aches in head, neck and shoul- ders frequently are a symptom of a "cultural sion of mind and body. "We talk of open minds, but the openness of body is as im- portant as that of the mind." In her experiment she tries to bridge the split through creative drama, with an emphasis on flexibility. "You encourage movements according to individual needs. If I am working with a hostile in- dividual I'll have hint tell me his area of tension. Then I ask him to become that area: to move it, and then pretend there is a funnel through which the movement spreads throughout the body. "The total concentration on the emotional movement serves as a purge. It temporarily leases the tension and relax the individual. "Why do you think so man people have a pain in the nee! Because that's where the hea is separated from the body. "I think we have reached dangerous fragmentation. 1 ther we move toward persona ity integration or people just going to explode." MANY SCHOOLS There are more than schools in British Columbia. NOW YOU ARE FINISHED SCHOOL And Desire to Icnrn a Profession WHY NOT BECOME A HAIRDRESSER We have 3 fully quolifiod full lime Instruc- tresses and we teach all phaies of beauty culture, hair itylinn and cutting, bleaching, tinting and permanent waving. You'll enjoy our new remodelled and air-condiJioned ichool. A professional beautician pays high- er than tho averags income and opportu- nities arc unlimited. Fill Out TFili Coupon 1 Alberto Beauty School I 405 5th St. S., lethbridgs I Monthly Information I ADDRESS L Tuition I D Clujioi I Starting Now BEREAVED MOTHER Mrs. Isabella Haworth 961 12 St. S. will represent mothers of Lethbridge at Remembrance Day ceremonies at the cenotaph Nov. 11. Mrs. Haworth lost a son in the Second World War, Lance Corporal D. L. Minion, on Nov. 2 1944 at Ber- gen-opzoom, Holland. has son in Rio de Janeiro and thres daughters in Alberta and B.C. Customer Right With Mini LONDON A group of Brit- ish European Airways girls have formed a Mini Preserva- tion Society and vowed not to come down to earth fashion- I wise. Members have pledged to defy the dictates of the fashion world and, come what may, to continue to wear mini-skirts. "f like my mini and will keep wearing said the group leader, May Dobson, echoing the sentiment.? of all members. "Anyway, visitors have warned me that they vvili never speak LATER BETTER Lilies are usually the last plants to go in the ground be- fore winter because growers get fatter bulbs if they dig them as late as possible. again if I stop wearing minis and you Snow, the cus- tomer is always right." BEA is the world's largest airline ouiside of the U.S. and Russia in terms of number of passengers carried. Learn Hairdressing MARVEL BEAUTY SCHOOL REDUCED RATES-TERMS WRITE FOR THE LETHBRIDGE ASSOC. FOR THE MENTALLY RETARDED Extend a Cordial Invitation To all residents of Southern Alberta To Attend OPEN HOUSE 1st Anniversary of SUNRISE RANCH GREENHOUSE (Vi mile north of Cooldole) Wed., Nov. p.m. Refreshments Will Be Served Saturday, November 7, 1970 THE tETHBRIDGS HERAiD J Calendar Of Local Happenings Southminstcr Church UCW Groups will meet as follows: Grace Marshal Mrs. T. S. Lanier, 1001 14th SI. S.; Wednesday at p.m.; Susan Galbraith Mrs. W. M. Anderson, 1028 13th St. S., Wednesday at p.m.; 61 Unit Mrs. Logan Tail, 1040 14th St. S.; Monday at p.m.; Ellen Denoon Mrs. E. C. Miller, 523 13th St. S., Wed- nesday at 3 p.m.; Alma Buchanan Mrs. Mary Williams, 2302 6th Ave. S., Wednesday at p.m.; hall, Nov. 24 at 5 p.m.; Tuesday evening Mrs. W. Johnson, 803 19th St. S., Tuesday at p.m.; Helen Draffin church lounge, Thursday at p.m.: Ogden Mrs W. Ogden, 1920 6th Ave. S., Tuesday Nov. 17 at p.m.; Cheer church lounge, Monday at p.m.; I 48 Group church lounge, Monday Nov. 10 at p.m. The Golden Mile Drop-In Centre will hold a pot-luck lunch on Remembrance Day. Those attending are requested to note change of time to p.m. sharp. All are welcome. Regular FOE bingo will be hteld tonight at 8 p.m. in tha Eagles' Hall. Jackpot in 56 numbers. Everyone welcome. Southmlnsler square dance j learners group will meet Mon- j day at 8 p.m. in Southminslcr hall. Box Faith Kebekah Lodge will meet on Monday (it 8 p.m. in the Oddfellows Hall. Donna j Patterson and Heather Stm- i beck will speak and show j slides of their trip to the Uni- ted Nations Assembly which j was sponsored by the Oddfel- j lows and Rebekalis. Odd fellows, Rcbekahs and friends are reminded of a card party to be held in the Odd- fellows hall on Tuesday at 5' p.m. Everyone welcome. Skills 'Sinful' To Youngsters TORONTO (OP) The par-: ent who dominates a young i child's time by teaching him I specific skills is "almost a psysiologist told a semi- nar on pre-school children at the Ontario College of Educa-1 tion. Dr. Robert Goode, a physi- cal education lecturer at the I college and the University of Toronto's physiology depart-! ment, advised parents to expose pre-schoolers to all skills, not to I concentrate on a few. I St. Patrick's C'WL groups will meet as follows: Mrs. Cathy Gleason at her home. 1004 30 St. S., Tuesday at p.m.; Mrs. Martha Mathews with Mrs. Ann Clements. SID 17 St. S., Tuesday at 8 p.m.; Mrs. Mina Droste at her home, 514 17 St. S., Tuesday at 2 p.m.; Mrs. Irene Bartram with Mrs. Connie Marthaller, 639 8 St. S., Tuesday at p.m.: Mrs. Myrna M c D o n n e 11 with Mrs'. Betty Reimer, 3300 6 Ave. S., Wednesday at p.m.; Mrs. Phyllis Hale with Mrs. Hilda Bab'ik, 509 18 St. S., Thursday at 8 p.m.; Mrs. Louise Reive with Mrs. Gladys Clewes, 1703 7 Ave. S., Wednesday at p.m. Fort Macleod Square dancers will hold the regular dance Monday at p.m. with round dance practice at 8 p.m. in the elementary school. Anyone in- terested in square dancing is welcome. Women are request- ed to bring a box lunch and cups. ARTISTIC BEAUTY SAION Free Operator! For Appointment! Phone 328-3932 535 13th St. N. Upllaln Above Acme TV LONG DISTANCE IS HALF A BUCK ON SUNDAY Only Alberta has it! SUNDAY-50" ODD rates. You can phone anyone in Alberta from any other Alberta point at fifty cents or less for three great minutes if you dial direct. 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