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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, uctobcr He LETHBRIDGE HERALD-19 Ann Landers Dear Ann Landers-. I am 20 years old. have a baby girl and Jive at home and pay room and board for myself and the child. Lorie's father didn't marry me. which is just as well. He is a homosexual who was using me as a decoy. (Don't let anybody tell you that a gay guy can't father a child. They can and DO. i The baby's lather saw her when she was one month old. Ho muttered. "It's too bad it's not a boy." and that was the last we ever saw of him. My friends keep telling me I should hire a lawyer and make the rat pay child support but I don't want anything from him The problem is that I have allowed this little girl to become my whole world Is it possible to and kiss a child too much'' Can a mother be TOO devoted" I feel guilty when I go out for an evening leave Lorie because I'm jjono ;ill (lav I'm lorn between I he need tor companionship and the wish to be both mother ,imi lather girl at work (divorced, with ;i child i suggested that I .iflend ;i meeting of Parents Without Partners Is if respec- Should I go'' Please ad- vice A.L. Dear A.L.: Parents Without I IS respectable'and I YOU u i II at t end a meeting Yes. il is possible to overdo nigyinn ,iml kissing When it M'cnines excessive, it also N'comes meaningless Don't el mother love become another love Give1 vour child >realhing space Ami take vourself Dear Ann Landers: My lit- lc brother is 12 lie has erehral p.ilsv I am 19 Mv >.i rents arc1 in their 50s brother can I walk un- ami he iloesn'1 speak plainly He is very al- .iched in the t.imilv My quos- mn is- (Ins Whal happens to he thousands of mentalh el.irded .mil P victims when their parents are no longer able to take care of them'' The thought of an in- stitution just kills me My lit- tle brother could never un- derstand why he was left there. I don't think he will ever be able to hold a job. Arc there any alternatives to in- stitutions'- No Way To Turn Dear Friend: Yes. two assuming the handicapped person can never bo sell- reliant. First, il there is am- ple money, a paid companion could be hired Second, a lov- ing relative might make a home lor him. Dear Ann Landers: Count me as another Bostonian who doesn't like to be kissed by lust anvbodv Kissing should be reserved to express deep emotions on special occasions, such as wakes, weddings, birthdays and anniversaries. I recall a trip to visit my husband's distant relatives and I nearly drowned in saliva. It was revolting It you answer this in the paper, please don't tell me I'm a cold lish I'm Italian. Another View Dear View: Sorry you near: Iv drowned in New York If v HI feel like saving your kisses lor wakes, weddings, birthdays and anniversaries, be my guest. But I hope you don'l mind if I kiss some of mv Inends hello and goodbye Dear Ann Landers: I'm not from Boston but from Maine We are. bv reputation, more reserved than Bostonians. I wasn't offended in the least by vour confession that you kiss friends hello and good- bye In (act. 1 thought it was tier sweet Question How does a gentleman get to be a friend of yours1' Puckered Up In Portland Dear Up: It's not easy. Buster I'm very selective Paris boutique in Beverly Hills High-fashion designer Andre Courrages of France, wears lime green checked knickers with matching battle jacket and shiny white boots to attend the opening of the first all-Courreges store in the U.S. The store's owner, Mrs. Louise Danelian, cen- tre and a model wear Courreges gowns for the opening. The boutique will serve women who don't flinch at price tags of or so. Fashion only cruel parody when knowhow is missing Night in Japan will be presented at p.m. tonight at the Lethbridge Japanese United Church, cnr. 9th Ave. and 8th St. N. The drama. The True Story of Yoneko, and other movies of recent Japan will be presented, along with Japanese songs and dances. Japanese tea will be served. Everyone welcome. The same program will be presented at p.m. Sunday at the Coaldale United Church. Due to the Thanksgiving holiday. Faith Hebekah Lodge will not meet Monday. Members are asked to attend District meeting at 8 p.m. Monday. Oct. 15 in the Oddfellows Hall. The Lethbridge Women's Institute will hold the regular meeting at p.m. Wednes- day in the Golden Mile Senior Citizens' Centre. Hostesses will be Mrs. Hunt and Mrs. Prysiazny. The Kiwanis Club of Green Acres will meet at 6 30 p.m Wednesday in the Army. Navy and Airforce hall. The literature department of the Mathesis Club will meet at 2.30 p.m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Doug Petherbridge. Southminster "48 Group will hold a 25th anniversary reu- nion in Southminster hall at 6-30 p.m. Monday. Oct. 15. All members and former members are invited to attend. Those interested are asked to contact Lorna Brown at 328-9751 or Pat Stata at 327- 5493 prior to Wednesday Southminster UCW will hold a used and usable sale Thurs- day and Friday, Oct. 18 and 19 in'the church hall, llth St S The regular meeting of Maple Leaf Chapter No. 7 OES. will be held in the Masonic Hall at 8 p.m. Tuesdav Calendar TOPS will hold an annual recognition day for southern Alberta from 6 to 10 p.m. Oct. 24 in the El Rancho Conven- tion Centre. Milk River Belles 'n Beaux Square Dance Club will hold the regular dance Thursday instead of Tuesday in the Elks Hall. Change of date is for this week only. Women are asked to please bring a box lunch. The Action group for the physically disabled. Disabled on the Move, will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Assump- tion church" hall. 2405 12th Ave. S. All interested persons welcome to attend. Further information may be obtained by phoning 329-0911. Ladies of Lethbridge Lodge No. 32. Order of the Royal Purple are reminded that there will be no meeting Mon- day in the Elks Hall due to the Thanksgiving holiday Couples are invited to learn to square and round dance with the Southminster Circle Square Dance Club at 8 p m. St. Patrick's CWL groups will meet as follows: Mrs. M. Moroz with Mrs R Lizzi. at the church hall. 8 p.m. Thursday. Mrs. L. Irvine with Mrs. G R. Clemente. 518 17th St. S.. 2 p.m Tuesday. Mrs. A Mooney with Mrs. N. Velker. 2616 3rd Ave S.. 8 p.m. Tuesday. Mrs. H. H. Bartram with Mrs A. Syuker. Fairview Sub- division. 2pm Wednesday. Mrs. B Noel with Mrs.'M. Conrad. 2326 6th Ave. S at p.m Wednesday Mrs. L. Steele with Mrs. R. Dietrich at the church hall, 8 p.m. Thursday. Mrs. L Reive with Mrs M. Kerrx'l. B-4 Brentwood House. 2 p m Wednesday. Monday in Southminster hall. This will be the final week of registration for new couples. Women are asked to please bring a box lunch. The Ladies' Auxiliary to the Rehabilitation Centre for the Handicapped will hold an an- nual tea and sale of work from 2 to 5 p.m Thursday. Nov. 1. in the Scandinavian hall. Oddfellows. Rebekahs and Inends are reminded of the first in a series of card parties to be held in the Oddfellows hall at 7-30 pm Tuesdays. Everyone welcome The regular monthly meet ing of the Canadian Pacific Railway Pensioners' Association will be held in the club rooms at 2 p.m Tuesday All members are asked to attend Preceptor Eta. Beta Sigma Phi. will hold the first fall meeting at 8-15 p.m Tuesday, at the home of Mrs Beazer. The Whirl-A-Ways will square and round dance in the Moose Hall at 8 p.m. Monday. All square dancers welcome. Women are asked to please bring ci box lunch TOPS Chapter AB-1772 meets at 7 p rn each Wednes- day at St Peter and St Paul's parish hall. 12th St and 7th A v e N N c w m embers welcome Further informa- tion mav be obtained from Mrs Dons Boehr at 328-2417. OPEN HOUSE BIRTHDAY of WILFRED SMITH Sunday, Oct. 14th 2 to 6 p.m. Eagles Hall Friends Please Call BINGO RAINBOW HALL 1401 5th Ava. N. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9th at 8 p.m. First Jackpot in 54 Jackpot in 58 Nos. Free and Games, 25e per Card, S Cards 3 Free children under 16 years Sponsored byA u U C ASSOCIATION CASH BINGO TONIGHT. O'CLOCK HUNGARIAN OLD TIMERS HALL A Blackout Bingo played lor Pi won Silurdiy plus Jickpols JACKPOTS NOW AND 5 Cards for or 25c each _______lloctUdHultollB By GLORIA EMERSON New York Times Service YORK She is the mess of the moment but no one will notice Count on it She has a tailored jacket in cloth or wool or velvet but it doesn't fit She wears sleeveless sweater tops, sometimes rull'led here and there, or sweater vests over long- sleeved shirts without know- ing that the layered look can do vou in She has started wearing scarves around her neck and nothing will persuade her to leave off the gold chains or the pendants until it is time to put on long pearls or beads. One wrist is weighted down with big bracelets. If she hasn't bought a big- HOTEL PROUDLY PRESENTS A 2 for 1 DINNER PLUS DANCING from 9 to 1 MONDAY, OCTOBER 8th Tomato Juice French Onion Soup Tossed Salad Choice of Dressing ENTREE' Roast Young Tom Turkey all the trimmings Baked Virginia Ham Roast Baron of Beef Yorkshire Pudding Buttered Peas and Carrots Mashed; Baked, or Oven Brown Potatoes DESSERT brimmed hat or a cloche, she will. Until then, a scarf tied around her head will do the trick. If she is over 40 and has short pudgy fingers there will be rings on at least five of them. The wide watch still tickles her Her sunglasses are huge and color-tinted. Never mind if they show circles, lines and wrinkles. Walk on Central Park south in the morning to sec how deadly the oversized glasses can look. You will see her everywhere in rnidtown Manhattan. In her clog or platform shoes, in her wide pants or pleated skirts, hatted and scarved, roughed and streaked, showing off every accessory that minor minds could dream up. she does not know that she is a cruel joke. Who is there to tell her? Stand on Fifth Avenue on a Saturday to watch the women who go by It makes the heart sink. Count the ponchos that look so sad. The overalls and the denim outfits. See all the chains and'disks on handbags, belts and shoes. Look at the trouser suits that do not fit Wonder why women who are overweight, and probably worry about it. dress as though they were not. How funny the long skirts are' Look at the colors that clash and the prints that depress. Count the pendants. See the bush jackets, the split skirts, the long long sweaters Puzzle over why women wear their pants too tight, put on too much jewelry, think rouge will restore them, wear their hair too long when they are not vounfi SHA hni.v hard thev <_, _ trv BOSSES STOP BUSES LUTON. England (CPi The railway station bus stop lias been moved away from the station itself because buses were held up by parked cars Officials said wives were taking too much time kissing their husbands good- bye when they dropped them oil for commuter trains. Not trusting ourselves, we want to look alike. Someone must tell us what to wear, what we should be pretending we are We are not dressing ourselves. Maybe vve are out to show that we have money and how much, that lacking taste we can spot it in others who tell us what to wear, that we will stay young forever and shop relentlessly for the rest of our lives. F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT EAGLES HALL 6th Ave. A and 13th St. N. Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. 5 Cards tori .OO or Each Three 7 Number JACKPOT Frat Glims ind frit Cirds DOOR PRIZE Gold cards pay double money Childriii undir 16 not illowri Safeway employee wins honor award Mr Vern Fahey (left) zone man- ager Canada Safeway Calgary Zone presents award to Robert Kemp. A special Honor Award from Cornell University was presented to Robert Kemp in recognition of his successful completion of five courses in the Home Study Program in Food Indus- try Management An employee of Canada Safe- way Ltd for 12 years and presently Store Manager at the store at 316 6 Street South. Robert has been study- ing a series of correspondence courses that are designed to improve his understanding of the work he is doing as well as provide him with a broad background in basic sub- jects closely related to the food in- dustry (Economics for Business, Checkout Management. Business Law and Food Distribution are among the courses Robert has taken in the program) Successful completion of five of these courses established Robert Kemp's eligibility for the Honor Award and has given him the opportunity to apply for study at Cornell University for one year Should he decide to en- roll. Cornel will help defray the costs of this special course in food industry management Sherbet Beverage PER COUPLE Reservations Preferred 4ft.. 7tmi.t.ptiOM 327-3191 Won., Oct. 8th JACKPOT Nos. "20 ALARM BINQO" Gold Pay Double Doer Prize Free (Many other Regular or 5 tor 13th Si. and 6th "A" N. No children under 16 allowed LETHBRIDGE MUSICAL THEATRE Presents U AME" STARRING NORAH ROSE AS MAME With a Cast of Fifty and Fuii Theatre Orchestra at the YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE, LETHBRIDGE FRIDAY, NOV. 16th to SATURDAY DEC. 1st Box Office Opens Wed., Oct. 17th Yates Centre Daily a.m. to p.m. Phone 327-7055 (No Telephopne Bookings Oct. 17 and 18) All Mail Orders Postmarked Not Later than Oct. 13th Performances Evenings p.m. Tickets Students Night (under 18) Nov. 15th "A Magnificent Musical" "Fun for All Ages" "Costumes" "Spectacle" Please Book Early Clip and Mail "MAME" BOX 811, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Please Reserve and Forward! the Following Tickets (use box for number of tickets required and circle date you wish to attend and price) PLEASE ENCLOSE CHEQUE OR MONEY ORDER NOVEMBER 16 17 20 21 22 0 23 24 27 28 29 30 NAME Dec. 1st ADDRESS PHONE ;