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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers THE BETTER HALF By Barnes Nevimbw IS, THf IETHMIDGE HEtAlB It DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'm a teen-ager who feels cheat- ed by my parents. "Out of you might ask. The an- swer is discipline. I know this sounds silly but it's true. My parents thought they were being nice to me by let- ting me do whatever I wanted. But they were wrong. When I went to the homes of friends and saw them being told what to do, what time to come home, asked questions like "Exactly where are you going and with I felt cheat- ed. Let down. I wondered why my parents didn't care enough about me to get tough. I I try to do the right thing but it isn't easy when I know I don't have to answer to anybody. I have no re- spect for my parents because they have no power over me. Kids respect power. Please tell parents to set up rules and insist that they are .obeyed-or else. And tell them that when break the rules to lay it on. Parents love their kids don't have to worry about not being loved in My Own In Oregon DEAR ON YOUR OWN: You've said succinctly in one letter what I've been trying to say in hundreds of columns and three books. Thank you. "I'll put your tobacco at the end of my list where I'll tee it if the shopping money you give'me reaches that far." Swiss scholarship prize in contest DEAR ANN LANDERS: This problem is not of grave im- portance, but it bothers me a great deal and I need to tell someone about it. I celebrated my 75th birthday last, week and my son's wife and his children had a dinner party for me. It was pleasant, as always, but it was like every other dinner. They talked among themselves and I was excluded from the con- versation. No one asked me what I thought about anything. just sat there like a bump on a log. I felt like an outsider. Yet these are my dearest kin and I love them very much. Is this the way it is with other grannies? Please tell me the truth. DEAR SPEECH: Why do you feel you must he asked a question before you can express an opinion? If you have something to say you should speak up. Or totter still, ask your grandchildren questions about topics that interest YOU. My grandchildren have taught me plenty! DEAR ANN LANDERS: Eighteen months ago my mother ended nearly 20 years of an unhappy marriage by divorcing my father. It was a quiet divorce and my sister and I to live with Mom. Mom married a wonderful man six months ago. It does our hearts good to see her treated like a human being. Be- cause of all the years Mom and Dad were fighting, or clam- ming up and not speaking to each other, or sending mes- sages through us kids, I developed a terrible fear of mar- riage. 1 kept cutting out your columns about man-and-wife problems so I'd know what to do. You made so much sense 1 was sure it would come in handy when I was older. Now I have a scrapbook that goes back nearly ten years. I have profited from your advice and this letter is to thank Girl DEAR BUFF: I'm flattered that you would cut out and wve my columns for ten years. For those who didn't and would like to sec a collection of the best Ann Landers. I've published a book called "Truth Is Stranger." It's in paper- back and sells for 95 cents. Write to Bantam, 666 Fifth Ave- enue, New York, New York. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Now that tire great home wreck- er (football) is being glorified on all the networks, will you please relay a message to my husband? There is no chance that I can get his attention until January, but he might listen to you. DEAR HUSBAND: I am fast slipping into a state of de- pression as I face another season of watching watch the idiot box as if it were the only thing in life that matters. But then I guess it is. I find it quite remarkable that you chat so easily with the players, whom you don't even know (and who never answer you. of while I sit there, the woman who has been married to you for ]5 years, bore you three healthy, beautiful children, and I could drop dead in front of your eyes and you wouldn't even notice. I find it fascinating that you can call each and everv player by name. You know where they were bom and how much they weigh. I am certain you do not know how much your own children weigh and at this point I wouldn't bet that you could call them by name. For the last three Thanksgivings you have not come to the table to eat with us. Christmas and Now Year's it was the same story. When your children grow up they will re- member that you ignored them. Nature has a strange way of paying people back. When you want their love and af- fection, they will tell you to get lost. The Girl In Your Wedding Picture. Remember Me? DEAR GIRL: I'm printing this in the hope that tilings will brighten up around your house before the holidays. Thanks for writing. TORONTO (CP) Donna Za- wicki has parlayed a com- bination of charm and beauty into a chance to become fluent in several languages. i Miss Zawicki, who brought j the Miss Canada title to Kitch- j ener, Ont., last year, plans to study Italian, German, French j and Russian at a university in I Switzerland. She won the schol- i arship as part of the Miss Can- j ada contest and wants to pursue I a diplomatic career after she I graduates. This year, while Miss Zawicki prepares for Switzerland, 28 at- tractive girls from across the country are peparing to suc- I ceed her as Miss Canada. j Each of the 10 provinces has at least one representative in the beauty contest and some, like Ontario, have several. The girls, between 18 and 25 who have been picked as semi- finaliste, will be judged in a preliminary competition Friday. Ten of them will be selected as finalists in a televised pag- eant Nov. 20, when the new Miss Canada will be crowned. The five judges who will se- lect the winner include two women. They are actor Gordon Pinsent, Robert Dubberley, gen- eral manger of the Royal Win- nipeg Ballet, Edith Serei, a Montreal broadcaster, Pat Gwyer, a Toronto fashion con- sultant, and Arto Cavouk, a To- ronto portrait photographer. and. out of town at- The First United Church fall Everyone welcome tfl bazaar will be held Saturday, I tend. Nov. 25 from 2 p.m. lo 5 p.m. j Pourers will be Rev. R. Cris-! Receiving guests at the re- cent Armistice Ball, held at the Leth bridge Armouries, were Col. Fred King and Mrs. King; Major Don Graham and Mrs. Graham: and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Barrett. In charge of the function were Capt. Barrett, president of the Lethbridge Garrison Asso- ciation. Major Lorne Black- bourne and Lieut.-Col. Ira Flaa. About 120 pel-sons attended for the best turnout in years. Recent visitors to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Rat- tray were Mr. and Mrs. Mac and treats for tlw children will Kirkland of Vancouver and Mr. field, St. Augustine's Anglican Church; Rev. B. Anderson, Mc- Killop United Church; Rev. Father Bruce Fields, St. Mich- ael's Hospital: Rev. P. Walker. Fort Mac- Icod Um'ted Church; Capt. R. j Butcher. Salvation Army: Rev. B. Harms. Japanese United Church: Rev. K. Churchill, Bap- tist Church; Rev. L. Hankinson, St. An- drew's Anglican Church; Rev. E. D. King, Southminster Unit- ed and Rev. K. Jordan, First United Church. A special tea party with films u e i tt u ntsn ncsi ncn Clearance of 1972 RCA Color TVs CCC 959 RCA-Accumatic color Solid (tale P.8. tuner French provincial cabinet S year protection plan CCC 955 RCA Aecumatic color Black matrix Twin speakers Automatic tuning a B a B a B STYLES CLASH IN LONDON Contrasting styles were shown during the Mary Quant's spring and summer col- lection for '73 in London. Left, is o blue printed shirt dress with high puff sleeves, and of right, a long blue, denim with gathered V-neck. (AP Wirephoto) H All 1972 MODELS CLEARING AT REDUCED PRICES ACTIVE TV SERVICE 1238 3rd AVI. S. PHONE 327-5020 (OPEN THURS. AND FRI. 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MclNTOSH SWEET AND JUICY .....................................4 Ib. bag 7 Ib. cello bag 29' 'Value'Village BAKERY Phone 377-1 APPLE, RAISIN or CHERRY SLICES BUTTERED PAN BUNS 49' DOZEN RAISIN BREAD FOR I LOCATED AT THE CORNER OF 13th STREET and 6lh AVENUE S. ;