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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ASSORTED VEGETABLES ROOM FOR A LITTLE 'UN If you have room in your heart and home for a four-legged friend, the Lelbbridge Animal Sheller down at the river bottom has 26 cols and dogs eager lo meet with a new human. Pooch befriended by Greg Anderson was found at 21st St. and 6th Ave. N. badly neglected. He's friendly and doesn't cost much lo feed. Groenen, photo Ann Landers 5 10-oz. tins DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'm a 24-year-old career girl- normal (I think) and happy. I became acquainted at work what seemed to be a nice young woman. As we became better friends, she confided that frequent- ly she drives around at night' checking driveways, garages and parking lots by hotels and motels looking for cars that belong to friends, relatives, public officials, and so on. She has a notebook filled with license plate numbers and other identifying features. Last night I became aware of her driving by my house, It was nearly midnight. This made me say, I no longer want her as a friend. Should I tell her to knock it off or should I keep quiet? Is she breaking the law? Please advise. On DEAR S.O.: No law is being broken so long as she doesn't harass anyone. But a person who would spy on friends and relatives as a hobby is off her rocker. Say nothing. Such kooks are unpredictable. Keep quiet and cool the friendship. DEAR ANN LANDEES: Since I'm sure you never have done a laundry in your whole life I'm not surprised that your answer to "Missouri Mule" was superficial and inade- quate, ffear someone who is an authority on dirty clothes. Whon my husband told me to wash six loads in one day rather than one load a day, all week long, I gave him the answer'yoit suggested: "You run your office and let me run the house." He said, "Don't confuse me with facts. My mind is made up. It's cheaper to run the machine for sever.il hours one day a week than to run it one hour a day, six days a week." We went round and round about this silly thing until I discovered that his real complaint was the whirling and grinding and sloshing which he hated. So, rather than fight, I said, "Yes dear, you're and I do as I please. Like A Fox DEAR FOXY: First, let me disabuse you of the notion that I've never done a laundry in my life. My wash was r >.am in Eau Claire, the envy o[ the neighborhood, if you'll pardon Ihe immodesty. (say, "Yes, and then do as you please) it's the oldest one in the world. How come it took you so long lo figure it out? DEAR ANN LANDERS: I will get right to the point. My mother aryl dad are getting a divorce. Frankly, it's a relief for us kids. They have been fighting for five years. There are three kids in the family and we are allowed to choose whether want to live with Mom or Dad. My sister chose Mom. My brother chose Dad. I chose Dad, also. When I told Ihcm of my decision, Mom hit the roof. She said Rirls belong with their mother. I told her I would visit her once a week lhat dill not satisfy her. I love Mom hut I am not at eas? with her. Whenever 1 had a problem f always went lo Dad. He is more calm, more understanding, and he trcals me like a person who has some brains. Mom has been putting so much pressure or, me to change my mind that I'm freaked out. Dad says nothing bu1 I am sure he is pleased that I chose him. Please, Ann, if you can help me decide what to do I'< apprecialc In the Middle in Middleton DEAR MIDDY: Since you were told the decision was yours lo make, and you made it, I feel it is unfair of your mother to pressure you. Follow your original inclination. After you settle in with your dad try a few weekends with your mom and see how it goes. If you want lo change your plans later, do so. Don't flunk your chemistry test, is more than one set of glands calling lo anolher. If you have trouble making a distinction you need Ann's "Love Or Sex And To Tell The Difference." Send a long, self-addressed stamped cvcnlopo with your request and 35 cents in coin t Landers Dcpt., Chicago Sim-Times Daily News 401 North Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111, LIMA BEANS 14-oz. tins F 0 ly, October 4, 197J THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD _ 23 PINEAPPLE 14-oz, tins SLICED OR CRUSHED CROSSE AND BLACKWELL...................... 16-oz. jar WINCE MEAT NUT and FRUIT ROLLS sssr- 3 89' CRANBERRY SAUCE 2 SWEET POTATOES STRAWBERRIES ICE CREAM FRASER VAIE, frozen 15-oz. UN for 4 ;i.oo R JL BEANS GREEN or WAXED ALBERTA GOLD ........................3 pint carton, assorted TOMATO JUICE 48-or. tins F MEATS PHONE 327-5295 2 FRUIT COCKTAIL 14-ox. tins TURKEYS CANADA GRADE A 12 to 18 Ib. average ........Ib. WHOLE BEETS 14-or. tins .00 4 SAUSAGE MEAT LEG ROAST OF PORK STEAKS CORNISH HENS BACON READY TO EAT WHOLE or HALF Ib. 1-lb. pkg. for stuffing turkeys....................Ib. RED KIDNEY BEANS 14-oz. tins BONELESS CORN CREAM STYLE 14-oz. tins .00 SIRLOIN OR CLUB PUMPKIN SPICE CAKES 69' 16 to 20-oz. Stuff with wild rice each ALBERTA GOLD WE HAVE BUTTERBAIL TURKEYS IN STOCK PRODUCE PHONE 328-1751 SNO BOY 10-oz. pkg KERNEL CORN 12-oz. tins 4F 0 R PEAS 14-oz. tins '.00 OCEAN SPRAY Mb. Pk3' CALIFORNIA, ICE FRESH AVAILABLE FOR THANKSGIVING GENUINE SWEET POTATOES, PINEAPPLES, FRESH UMES, MANGOES, GREEN BEANS, FANCY LETTUCE, PERSIMMONS AND PAPAYA BAKERY Phone 327-2424 SCONES DOZ. 65 PUMPKIN PEES EACH LOCATED AT THE CORNER Of 13th STREET and 6th AVENUE DKED BEETS TI-ol. tins .00 ;