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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _______ Saturday, October 7, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Ann Landers DEAK AN'K LANDERS: I was told at least limes Hie very thing I'm going lo lell others and I didn't listen because I always believed terrible things happen to oilier people. Nol me. I'm talking about rape. Two weeks ago I was a practice 1 devel- oped three years ago as a college freshman. It marie better sense limn wailing for Hie bus-I thought. For lliree years I hitchhiked and never ran into a week ago Sun- day when I was picked up by what appeared lo be a plea- sant, middle-aged fatherly type. I had always heard that if a man tries something funny you should kick him where it will do the most good and run. Well, I didn't have a chance. This man seemed so nice and respectable. Suddenly he turned on lo a back road which he described as a shortcut. The next tiling f knew lie was dragging tne out of the car, ripping olf my clothes and chok- ing me. I realized the guy was crony and a person will kill if he runs into too much resistance. I figured I'd better nut fight him. An hour later I stumbled back on the main road, In shock, my face badly bruised, but lucky lo be alive. For- tunately, a police car came by and picked me up. I've made an appointment with a psychiatrist so I can talk out my horror story and get rid of the nightmares The image of that man's face, those woods, the haunt me night and day. One final word to every girl who reads this: If you are assaulted as 1 was, report it at once lo the police. They will try to find the man and put him where he belongs, away from society. Kapists are sick people and they need help. I had heard that the police get their kicks from listen- ing lo the lewd details but f didn't get that impression from the police who questioned me. They were very kind and help- ful, and they did everything possible to calm me and re- duce my humiliation. Please print my letter, Ann. II look a lot of guts to write it and maylw SOMEBODY will listen. Thanks.-Learned From Experience DEAR LEARNED: Here it is and my thanks for writing it. The first moral of lliis story, girls, is DON'T ACCEPT RIDES WITH STRANGERS. DEAR ANN LANDERS: f am a widow, age 60. and my sister died two years ago. Her four children are now 12, 14, 18 and 22. Her husband had a woman friend on the side for many years. Everyone knew about it. He wasn't even subtle. A mon'.h before my sister died I moved into their home and took care of her and the children. Her husband came and went like a boarder. Now the oldest son is getting married and I thought for sure f would take the place of his mother in the cere- mony. I was informed yesterday that I will he seated with the rest of the guests and my brother in-law's "whaddaya- callit" will be seated in the mother's place. The bride's family is planning a big reception and a church wedding with all the trimmings. Should I say noth- ing and let (he harlot take over? Thanks for your advice. -Just Sick About It Dear ,1.S.A.I.: Go as a guest and say nothing. Tile par- ents of the bride undoubtedly discussed the plans with the groom and his father and they made the decision. KELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effect! CALt 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR IEAVE AT 412 1st AVE. S. HOME ECONOMIST We require an individual with three year's ex- perience in the commercial or institutional field. This is a permanent position in the Lethbridge area. Apply in writing staling experience and qualifica- tions lot Personnel Department Canadian Western Natural Gas Company Limited 140 6lh Avenua S.W. CALGARY, Alberta NO STUFFING, BY SPECIAL REQUEST This seven- giving al o city poullry processing plant, and soon be- year-ofd sweetie is no chicken when it comes to the big came lifelong friends. Whereupon the young lady an- bird. The twosome gol together to talk turkey for Thanks- nounced she had completely Ias1 her appetite for drum- A calendar of local happenings Aii open house will be held in; The Soutliminster ,1 u n t o r j asked to be present in order to the MalhesLs Club honor of Amelia Bumhain Harker on her 90th birthday, Saturday Oct. H [rom 2 to 5 p.m. The family invites ail riends and relatives to call at Girls' Choir Saturday and Mon- get Ibis most important Legion with Mrs. Pragnell, 832 13th St. I present the program. sticks as she couldn't bear the thought of her fine feath- ered friend served up on o platter surrounded by cran- berry sauce. Groenen, photo WANT DAY OFF i SYDNEY. Australia (API i The domestic airline cli'Vris want their birthdays off Ifecause. "after1 all. we have a holiday for the Queen's birth- meet. As e. S. Robbie Robinson wi day practices for. The Pink j campaign off to a good start. Siamese, have been cancelled., j Practice will resume Wedncs-! The regular montlily meeting day. and all girls are remind- her home in Cardslon, 554 3rd properties. i St. 1 of the Canadian Pacific Rail way Pensioners' Association will be held in the club rooms I Tuesday at 2 p.m. All members are asked to attend. The annual district meeting of District No. IV of Rebekah lodges, will be held in the Odd- fellows Hall, Tuesday at 8 p.m. by Faith No. H3 and Dominion No. 41. All Rebekahs are in- vited ol attend. Milk River Belles 'n Beam: Square Dance Club will dance Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the Erie' Rivers school, at the new! Southminster UCW will hold dancers' level. Women are ask-1 a used and useable sale Thurs- ed to please bring a box lunch. day Oct. 19 from 6 a.m. to 9 i p.m. and again Friday Oct. 2n Laurel Chapter No. 43, OPS, i from 9 a.m. to 1 p-m. There will will hold the fall tea and bake be items o( good used clothing Southminsler Square learners' Group will dance Monday at 8 p.m. in Southmin- j ster hall. Women are. asked to please bring a box lunch. Evening Branch ACW of St. Augustine's Church will hold 1 i the monthly meeting Tuesday at p.m. in the parish hall. j Christmas mincemeat will be made following the sale Oct. 21 in SouLhminsler church hall. Receiving guests for the day will ire Mrs D. Dai- Dance (jujsli ami Mrs A Hovan. Tea table convener is Mi's. .1. Nor-1 rie. Bake and dclicatessean u-! bles are under the direction Mrs. T. Ward and Mrs. H. Houl- ton. Mrs. C. Waddcll ami Mrs. .1. Look are in charge ol kitch- for men. women and children, also books, jewelleiy, small ap- Heive with Mi's. B. V. Takas, 521 25th St. S., Wednesday at 2 p.m.: Mrs. H. II. Bartram with Mrs- D. L. Anderson, 1228 6th Ave. Wednesday at p.m.: Mrs. L. Stelle with Mrs. J. (Ileason. al the church hall. Thursday at 8 p.m. Sigma Chapter Beti pliances. household niture, etc. fur- For Your Winter Holiday In ACAPUICO or MAZATIAND See A.M.A. WORLD TRAVEL 60S 5th AvenUD South Atl Inquiries Welcome Phone; 328-1181 or 32B-792! A meeting will be held in the Royal Canadian Legion Memo- rial Hall Thursday at p.m. For the purpose of issuing kits to poppy campaign canvassers and explaining procedures. All canvassers from previous cam- paigns and new canvassers arc S., Tuesday at p.m. 1 St. Mary's ACW Mill hold (he St. Patrick's CWL groups will i regular meeting at 2 p.m. Tues- meet as follows: Mrs. L. Elder I day in the parish hall. Hostess at her home, 403 20th St. will be Mrs. Tuesday at 2 p.m.; Mrs. L, The Whirl-A-Ways will hold a square and round dance Mon- day from 8 to p.m. in St. Augustine's parish hall- All square dancers are welcome Women are asked to please bring a box lunch. Please note change of time. A Halloween masquerade will be held Oct. Sigma M. Phi. will meet Tuesday al 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Vein; regular meeting of Tau. Sodercjuisl. 2211 181h Ave. S. A [Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi. will program on history of dress! be held at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Judy Corbett. 1019 Henderson Lake Blvd, with Mrs. Robbie Bochan as co- hostess. Mrs. Deanna Peacock The Credit Women's Business i will be given by Doreen Soder- Club will hold the installation' quist Lunch will be provided meeting Wednesday al by the social committee, p.m. in the Park Plaza Motor 1 Hotel. Preceptor Eta, Beta Sigma 1 and Mrs. Sandra Radcliffe will Phi, will meet Tuesday at the present a program on self-esti- Tbe literature department of[ home of Mrs. Evanoff, 2863 6th mate. Oct. 9 JACKPOT 52 NOS. "20 AlARM BINGO" Gold Cord Pay Doubl. Door Cardl (Many other extras} Regular Cards 25c or 5 for St. and 6th Ave. 'A' N No children under 16 allowic IWecWhimsy, NORTH PLAZA BEAUTY SALON MOVED TO LARGER PREM AT 616 13th ST. (Just 4 Doors North of our Previous Location) BARBARA JOYCE NORMA "Our some courteous staff to servo you Wo would to invite all our and to eomo in nnd us in our new location." DIANE NORTH PLAZA BEAUTY SALON 616 Street North Phone 327-0260 oears STRETCH SEWING LESSONS 9-WEEK COURSE S ONLY Pa rticipalion course which entitles, you to finish your product. Sew along 'he instructor and see the results from the first stitch to the beautifully finished garmenl. Classes Mondoy 2-4 p.m., Thursday 7- 9t Salurday p.m. APPLICATIONS IN 01 II SKWIM; CKNTHK Phone 328-9231 Extension 220 (Classes Si art Thursdciy. October 121 !i We supply the sewing machines, you sup- ply the materials needed to complete your garment. ;