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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: May I speak in behalf of a per- secuted minority that has been discriminated against [or years, but no one takes up our cause? 1 am lalking about "The Boss's Daughter." We are supposed to know everything about the business including what is going to happen in advance, because we are The Boss's Daughter. We are expected to come in early and slay late il there is anything that needs to tic done. No overtime of course because we are The Boss's Daughter. We may not leave for a dental or doctor appointment or for any of the legitimate reasons the other employees take off for because we are The Boss's Daughter. We are not included in office talk or any of the fun things that happen because we arc The Boss's Daughter. ff we make a mistake we get twice as much heat from our superiors and then when we gel home at night we get more of the same because we are The Boss's Daughter. Sign Me, Fed Up Because I Am The Boss's Daughter. DEAR FED: An employee who has as many complaints as you can't be very effective. Furthermore, no girl would stay with a job she hales so thoroughly unless she was darned sure she couldn't do belter someplace else not even The Boss's Daughter. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Please print this letter for the mothers of daughters who are 13 or 14, look like 18 or 19 and act like 25. At this very moment a good friend of mine, a really good guy just back from Vietnam (and hungrier than he should have been) is sweating out a charge of statutory rape. Some little sex kitten made him a straight-out proposition right in her own living room. She said her folks were out of town so he took her up on it. About a.m. the girl's parents came home and caught Uiem in the act. The girl yelled, and her falher called the police. They took her to Ihe hospital for an exam- ination and the cops look Ihe guy to the station. The real villain here is not the or "Miss Round Heels" but the mother lor allowing her 14-year-old daughter (she lied and said she was 19) to get herself up like a tramp and have free run of an empty house, f would like to see this letler printed because it seems there is more of Heartache for millions ---------------Mondoy, Novimbtr 30, THE UTHBBIDGE HERAIB _ Bangladesh shatters Dr. Hitschmanova LOW OVERHEAD Because of the great army of volunteers working for the Unilarian Service Committee, said. Dr. Lotto Hilschmanova, last year's overhead was only 9.26 per cent of the total revenue. More than 90 per cent of the money raised was used in Ihe field. By MAUREEN .lAMIESON Family Editor Money will solve many prob-: lems, but not all. i With money, said Dr. Lotta Hitschmanova, "you can build cities but you can't bring back mothers who have been slain in front of their children." Dr. Hilschmanova, executive director of the Unitarian Ser- vice Committee is in Lethbridge on her yearly trans Canada fund-raising lour, which takes her from Newfoundland to Brit- ish Columbia. The USC needs to meet its goal of million. HEARTBREAKING JOURNEY Before embarking on Ihis year's campaign, Dr. Hilsch- manova made her Iwentielh trip around the world. "I was in 13 countries on three continents 147 days and she said. "ft was my most shattering trip in my 27 years with the service committee, because Bangladesh. "The human tragedy is so great, and you cannot erase Ihe heartache of millions of families." Dr. Hitschmanova said she j was "immensely grateful" to the people of Lelhbridge "for allowing us to use money raised last year mostly for houses for Bangladesh." Only a small fraclion of (he Tx