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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, November 20, LETHBRIDGE HERALD 39 CASEY, LEFT, IS SHOWN WITH HER MOTHER AT A SPINNING WHEEL Motherhood and career combination no problem VANCOUVER (CP) For Pat le Roux and June Demetz combining motherhood and career is no take their children to work. June and Pat have side-by- side shops in Vancouver. Pat is a spinner and June a florist Pat's daughter Jennifer, 21 months, and June's daughter Casey, 4. spend the day there. The mothers love having their daughters at the that was not their initial reaction. "I decided to bring Cassey in here with me and although it was difficult at first, she does as well here as she does at said June Pat had her shop all planned when she discovered she was pregnant. "I thought, so much for the business and my shop." she said "Then I figured, it was my business and my shop so why couldn't I have my baby with me? "She wasn't walking or any- thing. I built a cot in the she sleeps well. "Jennifer rarely gets into the stock because she's grown up in it and knows it's something she shouldn't touch. She has a big smile for people coming into the shop and gives it a casual at- mosphere And she amuses other children who come in with their toys are here and they play together." Like all children, Jennifer can be crabby at times but Pat says the customers are a diversion. "She's not that way often enough to worry about. If I was really busy, I couldn't get away with it, but then if I was busy, I could afford someone to take care of her." Ann Landers Dear Ann Landers: I decid- ed that if I heard of just one more I'd write. Well, I did. so here I am. This one is Parents, Anonymous, a group whose goal is to control themselves, "just for against abusing their children verbal- ly or physically. I'm sure the first such group was Alcoholics Anonymous. But now we have Gamblers Anonymous, Migraines Anonymous, Cancer Anonymous. Dropouts Anonymous. Asthmatics Anonymous. Crooks Anonymous, Overeaters Anonymous, and Parents of Youths In Trouble Anonymous I'm sure there must be several others. Doesn't this seem a bit much? It must say something about our society. But what? I'd like your opinion. Letter Writer Anonymous Dear Writer: Of course it says something, not only about our society but about humanity. The message is, "Misery loves company, but company can reduce misery and bring comfort and en- couragement." I cannot give a blanket en- dorsement to all "Anonymous" groups because For Festive Dress Occasions Up Choose a pair of these DRESSY SLINGS by LISA DEBS oalenl win ihe our Gold and Drettr bjr Empress UM Lovely New Joyce Style fled Call Available m Blacti of Wed Crinkle Navy tn of SNOW BOOTS for the entire Emit Rlctwrdfon CURLING BOOTS While and Blatk low ruls and boat Frl. till 8 p.m. Camm's Shoes 403-Sth Street S. I have not investigated them all, but I do know that many are extremely useful and strictly on the up and up es- pecially Alcoholics Anonymous. Gamblers Anonymous, Overeaters Anonymous and Parents Anonymous The cloak of anonymity protects people from whatever shame or stigma might be placed on them by a cruel and unsympathetic society I support the concept wholeheartedly. There is no better approach to dealing with a problem than to be able to verbalize it in the presence of others who are struggling with the same problem. Moreover, the emotional sup- port from those who have lick- ed the problem can be im- measurable. Dear Ann Landers: I have another suggestion for "Veteran Of Supermarket Tangles." I hope several readers will do likewise. Take your camera and get a photograph of the line of customers waiting to get checked out. Then get another picture of the six cash registers that are just sitting there, gathering cobwebs. AH pictures should be sent to the president of the chain, telling him the time of day the pic- lures were taken and the loca- tion of the store. Fed Up In Glcndale. Dear Glen: Not a bad idea. And 1 hope those who do it will be sure to enclose their names and addresses. Anonymous complaints don't carry nearly the clout of a signed letter. Dear Ann Landers: I am only 14 but you'd never know it by looking at me. I could pass for 38 any day. There's this nice guy who is 27 years old and he has asked me for the third time to go out with him. I felt sort of uneasy about it and decided to teli him exact- ly how old I was. He said it didn't make any difference to him Should I go out with him for the experience or should I Tlease, Ann. help me. 1 don't know what to say. Pie-Fare Dear Face: Say no You don't need the "experience" and he should have his head examined Ann Landers discusses teen age drinking its myths, its realities. the farts by reading, "Booze and Yon For Teen Agers Only." by Ann lenders. Send 35 cents in coin and a long, stamped, self addressed envelope to Ann Landers. P.O. Box 1400, Elgin, III. 00120. POTATO CHIPS OLD DUTCH TRI PAK TOMATO JUKE LIBBY'S 19 02. 3589 CHIP DIP KRAFT ASSORTED OYSTERS WESTERN FAMILY SMOKED DILL PICKLES NALLEY'S POLISH OR BANQUET 48 oz. SHRIMP OCEAN BEAUTY TINY oz. BEANS WITH PORK brown, Ubby's, 19 oz........... CHEESE WHIZ 109 TOMATO SOUP fig 100 Krifl, 16oz........................................ Heinz. lOoz. MO CHEESE RITZ 119 16oz........................................... I TOMATOES ?sQQc DRY SOUP MIXES ?sftQo WeslarnFimily.ZSoz......................... Lowrey's. onion, minestrone, scotch broth, etc. bXUw soup 4i 1 MO VEL 7QC Liquid Detergent. 32 oz.............................. f 9 KETCHUP Heinz. 20 oz..... CHUCK STEAKS Canada Grade Alb TURKEYS Utility 16-18 Ib. average. Limited supply................... BREAKFAST STRIPS QQo 11b. pkg....................................... CORN BEEF 149 Oven ready, Ib............................. CROSS RIB ROASTS 29 Canada Grade A, Ib. U lift I CI IIUI I Texas Ruby Red. 56's BANANAS ion 00 Dole Golden Ripe B.C. Fancy Red Delicious or Golden Delicious and APPLES B.C. Fancy Red Delici CAULIFLOWER California Sno White Heads, Canada No, 1 BROCCOLI California fresh and tender. Canada No. 1 5i89c 4t99c RAISIN PIE WALNUT CHEWS WHITE or BROWN BREAD 6 85< 10.37S WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. ;