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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta -Wrfimfcy. November M, THI inHMlDOI HBUIO Ann Landers DEAB ANN LANDERS: You goofed it, Babe. I refer to the rawer you gave to the wife who was feeling guilty be- cause ehe "stole" money from her drunken-bum husband's wallet while he slept it off. I've been down that road and It's a heller. I grew up honest, but my husband drank like a fish and I had to do what I could to feed our children and keep a roof over our heads. The only way I could manage was to take a few tens out of his billfold while he was asleep. Funny thing, he never missed It. I got to feeling guilty one day, like the woman who wrote to you, and do you know what my clergyman told me? He said, "Marriage is a partnership. Whatever your hus- band makes is half yours so long as you are doing your share as a wife and mother." He advised me to stop feeling guilty end believe me, that one visit changed my outlook. I hope you will print my letter because I'm sure thousands, maybe millions of women are doing the same thing and feel- ing rotten about like I was, before a man of God wised me up. Clear Conscience in Carolina DEAR CLEAR: Here's your letter and it was one of dozens tot made the same point. Thanks to all who wrote. I see no reason why a wife who must filch from her hus- band's wallet can't tell the rum-bucket and keep on doing it. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'm writing for the benefit of the woman whose husband is having an affair with his sec- retary. When she said, "I thought I'd be the last wife in the world to have such a I heard myself talking. She's where I was four years ago. Here's what I did about it saved my sanity. Maybe it will save hers. Sit down with a piece of paper and a pencil. Make four headings at the top of the page. Label the first column "Personal Strcnglhs." In It list all the things you have going for you: Education, Looks, Money, Skills, Connections, etc. Head the next column, "This Helped Me Before." List all the things that helped lift your spirtis when you were troubled: Music, Sewing, Volunteer Work, Church, Painting, Physical Exercise, Change of Scenery. Head the third column "People I Can Count On." List your most reliable friends, a favorite relative, a neighbor, a doctor, a clergyman. Label the fourth column "New Opportunities." List the ways you can get back into the mainstream. Pretend you are a widow. (Emotionally you really are.) Is it a new job you need? A new city? Volun- teer work? Back to school? My salvation was going back to the university. I always wanted to get my degree. I not only achieved my goal but I found new values. Now I go looking for the person who is sitting alone. I sit down and start listening. The world is filled with troubled people who need friendship. I learned this when I was in need of help. The best part of my story is that I kept my husband. Sud- denly he was no longer the centre of my existence. He began to respect me when I stopped begging for his love, checking on his whereabouts and making him feel like a heel. Today he tees me as a new person. And I guess I am. Just sign Keborn In New York DEAR NEW YORK: Bravo! You went to work and did something about yourself instead of demanding cnanges in others. So few people think of this approach because it's the most difficult one. My heartiest congratulations! DEAR ANN LANDERS: Recently I married for the sec- ond time. Together this wonderful guy and I have boys aged 13, 14, 15, 16 and 20. Our daughter is 11. One of the young teachers at school has been taking Bill, my 13-year-old stepson, to a gun club where they spend sev- eral hours a week. This teacher has been allowing the boy to keep his (the teacher's) gun at our house. The biggest thing in Bill's life right now Is being able to hang that gun on the wall of his bedroom. Ann, there are boys in and out of this house constantly. Bill's 15-year-old brother is seeing a psychiatrist. In the past month he has set off dynamite in the back yard and rigged up a gasoline bomb which, thank God, did not go off. Bill and his 15-year-old brother fight a great deal. They both have quick tempers. My husband is afraid not to let his son have his way be- cause he threatens lo go live with his mother whenever there's" a disagreement. I am uneasy about the gun and don't know what to do. How far should I go? Worry Wart In Virginia DEAR W.W.: You need a third party to mediate thij hassle. I recommend the clergyman who married you. I do not approve of children having guns as toys, much less the real thing. Guns are for killing and toy guns are for make- believe killing. The steady diet of violence has had a marked Influence on young people according to many experts. With approximately 20 million hand guns loose In our country, we should be trying to figure out a way to get guns out of the hands of people who have no business having them. Most people who kill were law abiding citizens until they shot somebody. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "The style is nice and the price isn't bad, but I think I'd like a blue-eyed blonde for a change." LADIES' AUXILIARY ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION FALL TEA Memorial Hall lit St. and 9th Ave. November 25, 1972 p.m. Sewlna Tab It SOd RAFFLE Lovely doll with complete outfit, perfect for Chrlitmos giving. DELUXE FRUIT CAKE Fruit 16-01. 85' MIXED PEEL 16-ai. 63' DICED CITRON 4-oi. 35 GLAZED CHERRIES RED OR GREEN 8-oz. G LACED PINEAPPLE RINGS 8-oz. 65' SEEDED MUSKATS SUNMAID 16-oz. 75' SULTANA RAISINS MARTINS 2-lb. pkg. 75' CANDIED GINGER 4-07. pkfl. 45' CHRISTMAS CAKE MIX CENTRE Onions, Olives, Gherkins CherrieS Oriental U-az. 75t Coffee 1.99 Orange Sections 3 79c Nut and Fruit Rolls 7Q Crosse and Blackwell.........tins M for Tt Mincemeat N.b.b 1.00 Sweet Potatoes Ayimer Steak and Kidney Piessm.di.y, 69c White Heather 7Q Chocolate auortmenti......... 2-lb. bag Pie Filler 2 f.r 1.00 SyrUp Lily White............ 2-lb. 55C Beans with Pork An Campfaell'i 8-oz. Dm I for I .UU Miniature TA., inOCOIfl 1C DOlS M and M'I awortmentf 7t Paper Towels R0yai. Twin P.i< 69c Pepperidge Farm fmn loyer cakei, ehotolote or vanilla 69c MEATS PHONE 327-5295 'Valiie'Vmage This is the last of the Alberta Fresh Spring Lamb Legs of Lamb I'19 RIB and LOIN 29 LAMB CHOPS Ib. SHOULDER LAMB ROAST t 79' SHOULDER LAMB CHOPS 89' LAMB STEW lb PRIME RIB or CROSS RIB GROUND BEEF VIENNA STYLE SAUSAGE .09 ROAST of BEEF............... Ib. FRESHLY GROUND (fa. OUR OWN MAKE Mb. pkg. PRODUCE PHONE I 1 69' 89' GRAPEFRUIT FLORIDA RUBY RED.......48's V JL FRESH CRISP STALKS GRAPES CELERY PARSNIPS ORANGES RED EMPEROR Ik. ALBERTA GROWN.................................... Mb. pkg. JAPANESE MANDARIN box 39' 29 O.99 'Value'Village BAKERY Phone 327-2424 RAISIN SCONES 49 DOZ. ORANGE LOAF 49' EACH DINNER BUNS 39 DOZ. PHARMACY PHONE 3J7-4U7 Right next door to Value Village Food Store STERISOL MOUTHWASH 14 oz. Reg. 1.49 SPECIAL SCOPE MOUTHWASH 13 oz. Reg. 1.29 SPECIAL 99' VASELINE INTENSIVE CARE LOTION 14 01. SPECIAL j.39 PROTEIN 21 SHAMPOO T4 or Keg. 2.99 SPECIAL SECRET SPRAY DEODORANT 5 oz. SPECIAL 99' SECRET SPRAY ANTI- PERSPIRANT 9 er. Dig. 1.79 SPECIAL 1-39 'WLue'Vmage LOCATED AT THE CORNER OF 13th STREET ond 6lh AVENUE S. Brazils Whole or Sliced 8 01. 69' (SLICED 4 ei. 43c) Filberts Whole 4 49C (SLICED 4 oz. 37c) Peanuts Whole 4 oz. 29' (GROUND 330 Walnuts Pieces 16 oz. 99' (FLAKES 4 oz. 330 Almonds Sliced or Slivered 3 oz. Almonds (BLANCHED Raw Cashews 4 oz. 45' Azar Pecans 3 oz. 56 ;