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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Lande rs DEAR ANN LANDERS: 1 am a Cleveland high school girl, back in class after a groovy trip out of and M- ready it's awful. The toys are so sloppy it's a crime, iiicy don't even smell clean. I am sick of uncombed, straggly hair, moustaches, sideburns, bare feet and clothes trrai art so "'casual" they look like rejects from a rag hag. The oilier night I had a date with a nice guy. He wem to Mss me goodnight and I got a mouthful of hair It was disgusting. I told him not to kiss me again until he got rid of the moustache and trimmed off about a foot ot tnai wild mane. The following Monday he came up to me in school to show me "Exhibit A" as he called it. He had shaved off his moustache and his hair was neatly shaped and several inches shorter. He looked terrific. I could bare lv believe it I'll bet if the girls in this country would boycott guys with dirty, tangled hair, filthy jeans, raunchy sweat shirts and bare feet we could get this whole country cleaned up again. Will you print the suggestion? Thank you -Ohio Teen DEAR TEEN: Beautiful. But, what about the girls wiui long, dirty hair, hare feet and raunchy sweat shirts and no bras, about someone boycotting THEM. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Several working girls have (his same problem, so when you help me you'll be helping others. I share an apartment with a girl I'll call Marge. We got along fine until she began to date this loafer. I should tell you that most of the furniture in this place is mmc-and it's very good stuff. Marge and this unemployed lout take over the living room every night, laughing and talking, play ing music, and rolling around on my good couch. I cant get to sleep until he leaves and this has ait into my rest considerably. The grocery bill is higher now, of course, and since tins guy came into the picture no snack is safe, no soft drink, or hard drink, or loose cigarette. After he leaves its as if a herd of locusts had descended on the place. I don't want to petty or cheap, and I do like Marge a lot. but this boyfriend of hers is too much. What can I Dead End DEAR ONTARIO: Since 1 do not know some important as who moved in with can't be of much help. This I CAN tell you, however: The arrangement is not working and someone has got to move out. Next time, set up better rules for roommates. Get it in make a more astute selection. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am a 17-year-old boy who would like your views on something. I am not conceited, but I just happen to have a terrific head of hair, if 1 say so myself. 1 wear my hair fairly long not to the shoulders, but the ears arc covered and it's full in the back. My hair is neat and clean and well harbored. It looks nifty and lots of people have said so. The problem is that my dad hates my hair and has made some nasty remarks about it. Now dig this. It came to me all of a sudden when I looked at him the other night. His bald dome was shining under the living room light and it dawned on me that he may be jealous of my hair because he doesn't have any. Is it possible? Could this be the reason for lots of fights all over the country? Have I hit on some- thing? Top DAER MOP: Yup. It's possible. But a lot of dads with great heads of hair feel as your dad does. And so do their wives. How would you explain that? Salurday, November 27, 1971 THE LETHBRlDGt HEWIB 19 Woman elected, tradition ended BEST FOOT FORWARD LCI student Cindy Fromvs favors two of the now styles in footwear a clingy, wet look krinkle boot with gilt buckles, left and centre; and right, a hint of military dash in laced up brown leather, with the new higher heel. NORWAY HOUSE, Man. fCP) The Norway House Indian band at the northern tip of Lake Winnipeg has broken with tradi- tion and elected a woman as (hicf Jean Folsler defeated Ihicc men who were also sttk- inK the position and in doing so became the first woman chief in Manitoba history. When a reporter from the weekly Manitoba Indian News her what it was like the first woman chief she re- plied: "I feel scared, hut it is also a great feeling and I am honored to Ire the first woman chief elected in Manitoba.'1 The Norway House band is the third largest in Manitoba i and is scattered along the banks 1 of the Ncson River about 350 miles north of Winnipeg where the river and Lake Winnipeg join. The 49-year-old chief has been active in" community affairs for a number of years and has been welfare administrator for the band of l.COO people since In an interview shortly after j becoming chief she said child j and alcoholism were a major concern with her. Chief Folster said there was some child neglect on the reserve as i a result of drinking bouts. She said an empty school on the reserve could be refurbished and used as a home for children whose parents had either neg- lected or abandoned them. 'We could get a couple to look after the place and the children would live there until a good home is found or until the p a re n t s have mended their wavs." HIGH COST MAIDUGURI, Nigeria (API The local government joined a national campaign against in- flation by limiting to the price bridegrooms pay for brides. The cost of a wife has gone as high as love is... whatever you make it. We are pleased to announce ihB 10th Wedding Anniversary of MR. AND MRS. DICK dcKLERK of teihbridga Open House for all friends and acquaintances will be held Tuesday, Nov. 30th in the home of Mr. and Mrs. deKlerk F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT 6th Ave. A and 13th St. N. Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. S cards for 1.00 or 25C Ench Twelve 7 Number Gamw JACKPOT Free Gomes and Cora DOOR PRIZE Children under 1ft not allowed A Calendar of Local ..Southminstpr .square .dance learners' group will dance M Wednesday at 1 p.m. in room 1 of the civic centre. It will be a iparnprs group win UBIH.U mviu- w daTa in Soutbmbster Christmas party in the form of QdJ at O p.m. A i Them Will r _ ui the Eagles Hall. Jr.- sirs. Lam sl_0 jn 5_ numbers. Everyone Guests are welcome welcome. Get your head together for those holiday parties com- A swinging new hairdo wi make you feel as fresh as 1972. MONIQUE at the MARQUIS The Gift That Will Keep On Giving PORTABLE DISHWASHER Top load Rinse and hold Pots and pans Fine china cycle Daily load cycle Soft food dispenser Detergent dispenser Rinse glo dispenser 15 place setting Available in Avocado and Harvest Gold Buy III Try It for a month Then if you can liv without itl Bring it Backl Ha'll. Women are asked please bring a box lunch. The general meeting o! the i Mathesis Club will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the YWCA. Special'speaker is Mrs. Cam Bracken, at 3 p.m. The Lethbridge Movie- Makers Club will hold its regu- lar monthly meeting on Wed- nesday at R p.m. in the au- ditorium of the Canadian West- cm Natural Gas Co., 410 Staf- ford Drive. All persons interest- ed in amateur home movie photography arc invited to at- call 328-1993. a pot-luck luncheon. There will also be an exchange of gifts. Mrs. John Anderson will con- evening of square and i held at the Moose Hall Satur- d dancing will be held with day at p.m. A social will the Wliirl-A-Ways ui St. Augus- follow at 9 p.m. for mernbe.s tine's Parish Hall Monday at and guests. Music b> Long- p.m. Round dance prac- i acres Orchestra. tice at p.m. All square and round dancers are welcome. I Milk River Beaux 'n Belles Women are asked to please square dance learners' group CASH BINGO TONIGHT, SATURDAY 8 O'CtOCK HUNGARIAN OlD TIMERS HAIL A Blackout Bingo played for till won every Salurday plus 2-7-Number Jackpotl JACKPOTS NOW SI 15 AND S80 5 Cards for 51.00 or 25c each (located Next to No. 1 Fireball) Presbyterian Women are Ladies" Aid" mil hold their an- bring a box lunch. asked to please The Lethbridge Christian Business and Professional Women will hold a dinner meeting on Monday, Dec. 6 at p.m. at Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant. Special nual Christmas day from 2 to church hall. bazaar Satur- 4pm in the I The Student Society of the j University of Lethbridge will i be showing a film called, Won- The Loval Order of Moose i tercy Pop, at the Tales Centre 60th amuVersary banquet for Sunday. It to be shown at j members and wives will be p.m. and p.m. will be by Scott Memorial Bell 12 St. and" 6 Ave. N., will hold Dec.3 4, to be made by Wednesday, can- j essential. Interested persons are asked to call Su- man sewui" on .Saturday, ITO. McKillop UCW will meet as from 2 to 5 p.m in'the Parish I fellows: Dodds Unit with Mrs. v i T Morris. 2MB 6 Ave. S., Mon- 'day at It p.m.; Goodall Unit at The annual Christmas party Erickscn's Restaurant Thurs- sponsored by the Lmhcnm day at 7 p.m Quick Unit at Women's Missionary League I Golden Bridge Restaurant will be held at Immanuel Lu-1 Thursday at 7 p.m ivladil thcran Church Sunday. Dec. 5 Unit with Mrs. H. A. Madill, at P. p.m. Evcrvone welcome. 2310 22 Ave. S., Tuesday Dec The Lethbridge Social Credit 7 at 2 p.m.: Unrau with fei Women's Auxiliary will hold i Mrs. A. J. Unrau, _23 St. II the regular monthly meeting S., Tuesday, Dec. 7 at p.m. ANNUAL CHRYSANTHEMUM TEA AriD PALTRY TABLE Sponsored by DR. F. H. MEWBURN OBE CHAPTER, I.O.D.E. Wednesday, December 1st From to p.m. at FRACHE'S GREENHOUSES 20th Street and 7th AVENUE NORTH TAKE NO. 5 BUS EVERYONE WELCOME INSTITUTE OF MOTIVATIONAL Build Sales Self-Confidence Develop Self Motivation Improve Sludy Habits Master Emotions Improve Memory w Eliminate Nervous Stop: Smoking _ Bed Welling Stuttering Nail Biting Other Habits Sleep Soundly lose Weight In Tension Overcome fears ofs k Concentration to improve Classic Phobias Sports Abilities Incompatibility Build Self Discipline Dentistry Individual and group instruction available hetro-hypnosis and self hypnosis. _ _ _ Free lecture service to any non-profit organization, 24 HOUR ANSWERING SERVICE PROFESSIONAL HYPNOSIS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY: 261-3840 621 4th Ave. S.W. Calgary 328-6426 324 7th St. S. Lethbridge Your UNICEF greeting is a child's future <2 UNICEF Greeting Cards Avniiobio o, Lnfcef Canada I.G.A. STORE Centre Village THE PET SHOP 317-8th St. S. BOOK STORES L.C.C. and U of L. out- stretches them all! Clmstmas Special! CABINET FREE WITH PURCHASE OF and White SEWING MACHINES WORLD'S MOST NOW is your chance of a lifetime to own the most MODERN SEWING MA- CHINE in the world TOP PERFORMANCE. lna SEWING MACHINE 408 5th St. S. PHONES 327-8877 327-8818 ;