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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, October 6, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 21 I f of- Ic ca oca lenaa h appening Christum Science testimony meeting Wednesday p.m. in church auditorium, 1203 4th Ave. South. All are welcome. The Anne Campbell Singers Parents Association will hold a general meeting Thursday at p.m. in the Bowman Art Centre, to be followed by the executive meeting with mem- bers of the tour choir and their parents at 9. v The Golden Mile Drop-In Centre will play bingo Thurs- day at 2 p.m. Prizes. The Cen- tre will be open as usual on Thanksgiving Day. Keep Kit Class for that week only will be held on Wednesday Oct. 13 at a.m. Bridge tourna- ment Tuesday Oct. 12 at sharp. Prizes. Everyone w e 1- come. L. C. Halmrast, president of the Original Pensioners and Se- nior Citizens Auxiliary Soci- ety, will officially open the fall tea and bazaar to be held from 2-5 p.m. Saturday in gym one at the Civic Sports Centre Receiving at the door will be vice-president Mary L. Roberts, Esther Warren and Clarice Halmrast. Cake and hamper tickets will be on sale anc white elephant, sewing anc bake tables also available. Tea cup reading by Mrs. Annie Meyer. Everyone welcome. The executive meeting of the First United Church UCW will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday Please note change in time. Original Pensioners and Se- nior Citizens Auxiliary Society will meet Friday at 2 p.m. in gym 2 of the Civic Sports cen- tre. After meeting bingo. Lunch served. A good attendance requested. OFFICIAL VISIT PARIS (AP) India's prime minister, Mrs. Indira Gandhi will pay an official visit to France, Nov. 7-9, the Frencl Foreign Ministry announced. love is... telling her she looks beatitijitl in rollers. More family page 22 Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am heartsick and I need your opinion. Did I do the right thing? Bud is nearly 21, the oldest of three boys. He lives at home, attends college and worked full time all summer. All our friends consider Bud a model son. My husband suspected that he had been bringing girls to the apartment which he occupied since June. (The apart- ment is actually part of our home and has a separate en- He talked to the boy about moral values and prom- iscuity but did not make any accusations since he had no proof. August 1, the apartment was rented and Bud moved back to his room in our home. Two weeks ago I went to Bud's room to awaken him for school. 1 found him sleeping with a strange girl. This was two days prior to a family reunion. The house was full of relatives. I ordered (lie girl out, but said nothing to my husband for fear he'd take the roof off tile place, regardless of the relatives. I told my son I wouldn't tolerate such bi- zarre behavior in the future and if he did it again he'd have to leave. This morning I found him in bed with another girl. I ordered then: both out and told my son to get good. Tonight I had to tell my husband and he backed me up. What a bitter decision for a mother to make. I am heart- sick. But there are two younger children to consider. I am sick with worry about the boy's future. What would you have done? What can we do Name Please DEAR N. N. P.: You did the right thing. That "model" boy behaved in a most brazen and inconsiderate manner. I can't see that you had an alternative. You had to kick him out. If the boy wants to come back with the understanding, of course, that he will never again repeat the insult I would give him another chance. DEAR ANN LANDERS: 1 have never had the need to write to -ou before but I need you now. This letter is about neighbors'. Ann, I moved into this lovely apartment several months ago and I love it. I DON'T want to move, but I might have to if people don't leave me alone. The woman across the hall knocked on my door seven times last week. Not only is she a borrower, but she is mad at her psychiatrist and using me as a substitute. I told her I am not" qualified, but she says. "All you have to do is listen. That's all he did and HE charged me ?35 an hour." The couple next door drink and Lhey fight every night. The woman usually rands up here with a towel over her mouth or a piece of meat on her eye. Her husband then joins her, and they continue the fight in my living room. I don't need this. Then there's a man who lost his wife last year and he shows up at my door with a needle and thread (he can't thread or a recipe he can't understand. He is nice but a terrible pest. Please tell me what to do. I am a prisoner in my own DEAR OAK: Have a one-way peephole put in your door. You can see out, but no one can see in. Tills device will enable you to decide whether or not you want to open your door. Even if your radio or TV is on, and the party knows I you are at home, you are under no obligation to answer the door if you don't feel like it. Confidential To Sweets To The Sweet And Nuts To You: Sorry, 1 can't possibly publish every letter in the paper. I DO select all the letters myself, however, and I take full responsibility for every column. The views expressed in this space are my own and not those of the editor, the pub- lisher, or the publisher's wife. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes can remember when lamb chops were a pound and wore bloomers." BLINDED BY EX-CONVICT Wilma Chestnut, 17, sits by her mother in Homer Phil- lips Hospital here Monday as doctors consider the chances of her vision returning. Police say the high school sludent was blinded last Thursday by an ex-convict who said he would "cut her eyes out" to keep him from being identified in a holdup the girl saw. Two doctors at the hospital and Normandy Osteopathic Hospital are starting a fund to cover Wilma's medical expenses. Dr. Phillip Venablo said an eyo transplant may be possible within five years. EVERYTHING FOR A GREAT 'Value'Village GROCERY Phone 328-1751 Ocean Spray Whole or Jelly 14 oz. tins Jta (or ANGEL FOOD Pickles Olives Green Giant Foods 14 oz. tini Cream Corn 14 01. tin U. 0 I I Bick's Sweetmix Pickles Niblet Corn 12 Frozen Food Sprouts Pumpkin Honey Chocolates BrocolH Cauliflower 12 or. phg. 1-00 Red, Romaine, Endive, for your Thanksgiving salad 4P heads Cranberries Ocean Spray 1 Ib. pkg. Broccoli Brussel Sprouts TURKEY Smoked Sausage Sticks Smoked Cottage Rolls Sausage Meat Ideal for Poultry Dressing Bakniy Ph. 327-2424 j Pumpkin Pies Soft Dinner Buns Harvest Moon Cakes each dozen each TalueVUlage -J lOCATEO AT THE CORNER OF 13th STREET