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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I didn't care much for that letter from the stuck-up parents who were unhappy about their son who had worth' of education and decided he wanted to be a mailman. Your answer, "to each his wasn't the greatest response in the world either. My husband didn't have a college education but, as you've said so often, not everybody belongs in college. tried factory work, selling and clerking five years of it, then he made up his mind be didn't belong in business and wanted to try something altogether different. He decided to be a postman. That was 12 yeans ago and he loves it. So do I. I know exactly when he'll be home. Once he is home his time is his own. No night calls, no manuals to study, no briefcase work. Our kids know their father as a human being, not a money machine. This is more than most high-salaried execu- tives can say. The best thing about my husband's job is that It keeps him in wonderful physical condition. The walking and bemg out-of-doors has kept his weight down and his heart strong. So please, Ann Landers, don't let people look down their. noses at the postman. He's a very important man hi his com- munity and usually a happy one. Wife Of One DEAR WIFE: The postman is the second most Important man in my life. I couldn't get along without him. Here's a letter from another postman's wife. She presents a different point of view. DEAR ANN LANDERS: "To each his huh? I'll bet you get some lovely letters from wives of mail carriers who tell you how happy they are that their husbands have set hours home early, time with the kids etc. And they always mention "fresh air and exercise." I've been married to a mail carrier far 14 years. While it's a good life in some ways it's not without its draw- backs. My husband has seen plenty of rain and snow and sleet. It's nice that he nan be home at in the after- noon but how many women would like to get tip at ID the morning and fix a big breakfast? Did you know that mail pouches sometimes weigh over 40 pounds? And let's not forget the dogs. My husband was bitten twice last year once by a dog and once by a three- year-old kid who got mad because my husband didn't bring him a present. No job is all peaches and cream, so if you print one of those gung-ho letters, please print mine and give, the story balance. of The Foot Bath. DEAR PREPARER: Thanks for the balance. What is French kissing? Is It wrong? Who should set the necking boy or the girl? Can a shotgun wedding Read Ann Landers' booklet, "Teen-Age Ways To Oool It." Send 50 cents in cota and a long, self- addressed, stamped envelope. Education high priority Polish people still rebuilding By MARILYN ANDERSON Herald Family Desk A picture of advancement and modern life of Poland was giv- en by Mrs. Helen Sabin, execu- tive secretary of the Alberta Association of Registered Nurses In an address to Leth brldgs nurses this week. She told of high rise apart menls "without the frills" and housing developments amid the reconstruction of Warsaw. "Ex treme nationalistic feelings" to restoring the city she sail Youth television show created by women amateurs CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HALL-Cor. 13th St. and N. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27th-8 O'CLOCK BLACKOUT JACKPOT NUMBERS 4th and 8th Games in 7 NUMBERS-] Jlh Game LUCKY DRAW 5 CARDS FOR OR 25c EACH Ptrsoni 16 Yean Not Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB PETERBOROUGH, Ont. (CP) a night school course and two women have begun o produce a television series or children. Arlene Hill and Joan Manuel are taking advantage of the Pe- erborough Cable Company's ocal channel for a personal pro- ect. They are producing a pro- p-am they call Storyland, to in- roduce children to favorite books. Their show is on the cable channel every Monday morning. Mrs. Hffl is the one with the night course. She and her hus- band took a community college course on communications and the media. Otherwise, Mrs. Hill has no training or experience. She interested her friend, Mrs. Manuel, in doing set de- signs. Mrs. Manuel has no expe- rience, either. "I've never painted, but I was interested in dramatics and set painting when I was in school. I'm a natural scrounger, so I enjoy making toys and clothes for my children from odds and ends that seem to accumulate in our house." The set for The Vegetable Men by Lilian Porter included a cart made from oranges and ap- ples and driven by a mushrooip and a sailboat made of celery ami lettuce. Another set features a toy stuffed squirrel, once a hand puppet in the Hill family. STIR READING INTEREST Mrs. Hill said they spent to produce their first four shows. Mrs. Manuel added: "Be- cause we're strictly volunteers, we're not trapped by a routine or company rules. The cable people have done everything possible to help us, because so far this is the only locally pro- duced television program for kids." In each program, Mrs. Hill, the narrator, asks children to go with her in imagination through a tiny door in a brick wall to Storyland. The camera then switches to a miniature set aased on illustrations in the book she is reading. "We're hoping children will want to read other books for themselves once they realize how much fun story reading can be." The shows are shot with one camera. Background music is provided by a high school con- cert band. The women have 12 shows planned to be shown before Christmas. "After that we'll re assess and try to find out if we are reaching the children. If there's no response, we'll have to scrap the idea and maybe try some- thing else." which was 80 per cent destro ed during the Second World War under orders from Hitler. Mrs. Sabin had been a repre- sentative to a seminar in War saw on nursing legislation whic was attended by delegates froi 23 countries aid intcrnationa nursing bodies. Poland is the only country be- hind the Iron Curtain to hav membership in the Internationa Council of Nursing, and one o the first Iron Curtain countries to put nursing into the mai stream of education. S t u d e n t s at the Blalystol. school of nursing receive only nursing education but ob tain their high school diplomas as well. In about five years th students will have accomplish ed both. Continuing education Is a prl ority in Poland, said Mrs. Sa air.. The philosophy of the cen tre for continuing education i that it is the right and duty o the professional worker to con timiing education. Seminar delegates were de- lighted to hear that workers were not only released from jobs with no lack of salary t 1 U and up Electrics 5 I 5 and up Lei Paul "Styled" 1 65 and up Used Students Models 20 New Student Models Reverb Amp. Reg. Vox Reverb. Reg. 69 65 DEAR MISS BROOKFIELD: Before I was married I was a stenographer, and later did some office work part-time. Now, after many years, I'm thinking about going bade to work but I feel that steno- graphy is for young girls. I'm ;rying to decide- what other kinds of work I might do. 1 am now 49. Do you have any sug- Drum pod set with regular type drum hendi. Only..... Sell from Special NEW VOX FULL DRUM COQO SET. Reg. Now 9C99 THOMAS ORGANS. New, from USED LOWRY ORGAN, C1 1 OC like new. Reg. I I 3O VOX BAND ORCAN NEW Keg. Special BAND ORGAN with built-in ipiakerY Only JUST ARRIVED Hagstrom-AH New Guitars UNBELIEVABLE AT OUR PRICES BEST BUY IN TOWN TODAY Vox Amplifiers. Royal Guardsman. Reg. Now Buckingham Piggy Back. Ren. Now Viicount 3 Channel. leg. Now at special low pricei. Prices are Now at Their Very Lowest.., Pruegger's Accordion College Ltd. 530 Slh St. S. 327-7524 K. A., Taeoma, Wash. DEAR K. A.: Why put up a tent when you've already built a house? Stenographic skills and ma- turity are a combination that many employers look for today. Stick with what you know and build from that. If your skills are a bit rusty, you can always take a refresher course to re- oil them. You'll be surprised how much you remember and in the groove. DEAR MISS BROOKFIELD: I am 45 and my husband is 48. We get along just fine and have for years. But lately there's been so much talk about marriage manuals and how-to books on sex, I wonder if we're missing something. Do you think we should buy one? J. R., Saugus, Mass. DEAR J. R.: Getting along just fine is what marriage manuals are supposed to be all about. Dr. Stephen Neiger, Senior Psy- chologist at the Toronto Psy- chiatric Hospital, says that most of the troubled couples who come to see him for coun- selling "have used three or four books on how to make love and have been so damaged by them, they're forced to seek professional help." And novelist John Fowlcs summed it up when he said: "To teach the physiology of sex without the psychology of love is to teach all about a ship except how to steer it." Of course, there are marriage manuals and mar- riage manuals. Some are reput- able; others are not. Look them over if you're curious. (But if you've got a good thing going, who needs "I didn't expect to stay fhis long" frldoy, November 57, !970 THE IETHBRIDGB HERAIB 23 Sheffield celebrates 99 years Mrs. Lenora Hudson Sheffield of Lethbridge celebrated her 99th birthday recently marking 77 years in Canada. She was born in Utah, where she started teach- ing at 13 years of age for SO cents 'a day because of high scholastic grades. A dress shop lured her away from teaching because it offered the same wage for six days a week. The trip to the Cardston where she homesteaded in 1896 with her husband William and first child, Philip, took thres and a half days with people on board shooting antelope along the way. They travelled by cov- ered wagon from Lethbridge. Her children included: Philip, Archie, Heber, Laida Robin, An- thony, Gladys, Isobel, Jennie, Elizah, Lois May and William Waldo of which only five are still living. She also has JO grandchildren, 58 great grand- children and 18 great great grandchildren. Mrs. Sheffield Is currently re- siding with her great grand- daughter, Mrs. W. H. Duce, of Lethbridge. One-armed bandit WINNIPEG (CP) A team of Canadian Forces demolition experts has bared Roger Vilder's miss- ing breast. The breast, a silicona sculpture called Every Man's Dream No. 1, was stolen from the Winnipeg Art Gallery Nov. 19. Yesterday it was found in a parcel left by an unidenti- fied man at the lost-and- found department of a downtown store. The man requested the parcel not be opened until ha left, then fled. Fearing the package might contain explosives, employees called in explo- sives experts from the Ca- nadian Furces base. Inside the box, pinned to Every Man's Dream No. 1, was a note: "Thank you for being so polite." The sculpture, valued at rejoins its companion piece, Every Man's Dream No. 2, at the gallery. LIQUIDATION SALE GALLERY SHOPPERS' WORID Phone 327-5200 f THURSDAY EARLY ARRIVALS With the first cold winds of win- ter just around corner, fashion designers in Montreal Tuesday unveiled tho 1971 look in beach wear. The above model is wearing a two-piece orange and green cotton bathing tult with a matching robe which zips full- length up the front. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "What kind of directions do you col I "You toks the elevator and I'll take rhs escalator and f'll bo in Ladies Lingerie before you'." MILK CAR Sixty seven schools from Ottawa and1 the Ottawa Valley contributed a 'total of to the USC during one month- enough to buy three fifths of a carload of milk. Unitarian Ser- vice Committee headquarters is at 66 Sparks Street, Ottawa, Home Recipe Plan Takes Off Ugly Fat It's simple how quickly one may lose pounds of unsightly fat right in your own home. Make this homo recipe yourself. It's easy, no trouble at all and coats little. Just go to your drugstore ntid osk for Naran. Pour this into a pint bottle and add enough prapefniit juice to fill the bottle. Tako two tablespoonsful twice a day as needed and follow the Nnran Reducing Plan. If your first not show you a simple easy way to IOM boUy.fafc and help regain, slender more graceful curves; tf reducible pounds and inches of excess fat don't disappear from neck, chin, anus, abdomen, hips, calves and ankles just return empty bottle for your money back. Follow this easy way en- dorsed by many who have tried this plan and help bring back al- luring curves and graceful slendemess. Note how quickly bloat .much better you feel. More alive, vouihful .Appearing LETHBRIDGE: 613 4th Avenue S. ;