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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I have confidence in you. I'm if you don't know the answer you'll get it from someone who does. Question: What about these Sensitivity Groups? Are they on the level? Do they do anybody any good? Can they be harmful? These groups seem to be springing up all over the country. My husband is interested, but I have serious doubts about such intimacy. Our friends who have become Involved are full of raves. But these friends are too far out for my taste and I wonder where these group experiences will lead them. Please deal with the subject in your DEAR Z.: Most Sensitivity Groups do a lot ot the guy who is running them. He gets rich. This is not to say they are all phony. The early "T" Groups legitimate. They helped inhibited people who needed to learn to shed their hang-ups and open up to others. In the past year, how- ever, a staggering number of charlatans have gotten into the act. They saw a good thing and wanted part of the action. Unfortunately, anyone can set himself up" as a "T" leader, run an ad in the paper and rent a hotel room for the "meet- ing." These fakes prey on lonely people, sick who has the price. I am highly suspicious of most "T" groups since I do not believe in instant honesty, instant truthfulness or instant re- covery from life-long anxieties and, complex. problems. My psychiatric consultants tell me they are seeing a disconcerting number of people who have broken down emotionally because they could not tolerate the intimacy, exposure and brutal bear- ing of the soul demanded by The Group. The word from here Is nix, unless the group leader is a person of impeccable repu- tation with a long-time record of integrity and competence. How far should a teen-age couple go? Can necking be safe? When does it become too hot to handle? Send for Ann Landers' booklet, "Necking And Petting What Are The Mail your request to'Ann Landers ta care of Canada Wide Feature Service Ltd. 245 St. James Street West, Montreal 126, enclosing 50 cents in coin and a long, stamped, self- addressed envelope. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "Ths for your wrinkle cream isn't a total loss It outs a nice shine on my chrome." ORIGINAL PEN. AND SR. CITIZENS SOC. LA. Fall Tea and Bazaar Raffle Winners Ticktti T 80-323 Sheflsld Hamptn 23-122 5th An. 5. NELLIE WILLIAMSON Flnt Lucky 24 MRS. H. BECHOLD Stcorid Lucky Number Ml CORA BESTWICK Third Lucky Number SO SUSAN DE VRIES Firjt Hampor No. 361 Pint Prizi No. 30? ELEANOR MAHONEY Secgnd No. 349 JANET MACINDOE Doer Prill SAVE TIME and MONEY with a GAS DRYER SAVE AN EXTRA When you apply your I VOUCHER J on the purehasB of your natural gas dryer. Offer expires Nov. 14, 1970. Vouchers being distributed by Canadian Nat- I ural Gas Co. to their customers throughout the area. "CHARGE IT" CONVENIENT CREDIT TERMS CAN BE ARRANGED Special Guest In Lethbridge By CHRISTINE PUHI. Herald Staff Writer "Someday I want to go back to Prince Edward Island and share with the people there, all I will have said Norms Hickey, Miss Dominion of Canada who was in Leth- bridge Thursday for the offi- cial opening of the Shoe Store in the Centra Village Shopping Mall. She has; received a year's leave of absence from the Uni- versity of P.E.I, where she was studying education. This will be spent in travelling across Can- ada and to other countries as Canada's representative. As Miss Dominion of Canada, she will compete in the Miss World, Miss Universe, Miss In- ternational and Queen of the Pacific pageants. She plans on always returning to Canada and especially to the small centres which are her favorite because of their friend- liness and community spirit. Miss Hickey said her main aim while travelling is to be friendly to everyone. She said it was sad that girls her own age shy away from her now that she has won, because they seem to think she has changed. "The little children eagerly, re- spond to she added. The Dominion of Canada Pa- geant was held the week prior to the crowning on Dominion Day, July 1. Miss Hickey had nothing but praise for the pa- geant which is sponsored by many different organizations. Miss Hickey enjoyed the pa- geant because it was not tele- vised and instead of all-day rehearsals, the contestants got to know each other through pic- nics, out-door sports and many other get-togethers. 'Miss Dominion of Hickey BEFORE YOU BUY CHECK OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICES A special invitation is extended to everyone in Sparwood and Fernie FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL Hamilton's Floor Coverings LTD. 909 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-5454 Tfiunday, Ort.b.r i, :v70 TH! LETHiftlDOC HWAIO 21 A f I HI P I II Calendar Uv The Ladies' Auxiliary to FOE No. 2100, will hold a regu- lar meeting Thursday, at 8 p.m. in the Eagles Hall. Hostesses will be-S Anderson, H. Dikun, H. Sorokoski, M. Leffinwell, F. Rusznak, E. Kokoski, M. Par- sons, L. Neis. Original Pensioners and Se- nior Citizens Society will meet in gym 2 Civic Sports Centre Friday at 2 p.m. Results of tea and bazaar to be presented. Bins'-, Lunch. Good attendance is requested. The Saturday -dart jitney at the Canadian Legion will be cancelled for this Saturday only due to a number of dart tourna- ments being held. 6 Generations of Canadians Can't Be Wrong Follow the lead ol 6 generates of Canadians. Reach for Fowler'i blrart al the frst sign of nausea and aimpi of diarrhea. Its gentle fast-acting formula of herbs and roots Is quickly for both children and adults. Soothing settling, non-constipaling-itworks! Dr. FOWLER'S EXTRACT OF WILD STRAWBERRY WE'RE MOVING SOON TO CENTRE VILLAGE MALL WIG SPECIAL (TILL OCTOBER 17th ONLY) Large selection to choose from 37 M r ion 412 5th Street South (Next to Capitol Theatre) Here's why your living room should marry a Philips Stereo. A stereo is a lifetime proposition. That's why Philips offers a choice of one designed to live with a living-room. They're designed and built to'play for keeps. Philips ensures the lasting qualities of its stereo by being totally involved in all aspects of its-mailing.., from cabinets and chassis design to construction of components. The two models illustrated are pow- sred by a Philips engineered solid state chassis featuring six matched speakers, four speed automatic changer, radio with FM stereo and AFC to make station selection a snap and a luxurious six push button control panel for easy selection of functions. Contemporary The model R380 is a perfect example of fine contemporary furni- ture styling; floor length, pedestal base, slid- ing doors... fine quality furniture designed to reflect the grace of modern living. Finished in solid woods and veneers of Natural of Soft Lustre Walnut. Mediterranean. For those with a desire for the Mediterranean tradi- tion, the Philips R390 lets you express your personal taste for fine furniture. Deeply cut sliding panels. Complementary grille cloth. And a Insurious cabinet in Mediterranean Walnut or Soft Lustre Walnut. These outstanding models are being featured right now at your Philips dealer. See him about your marriage plans. He's an experienced matchmaker. PHILIPS Plays for keeps If you want to play for keeps, see these Philips dealers. BAKER APPLIANCES LTD. 319 7th Street South Lethbridge, Alberta. Phono 328-1673 BERT MAC'S RADIO-TV LTD. Downtown On Seventh Street Lclhbridge, Alberta. Phone 327-3232, 327-5560 Jack's Radio TV Sales Service 302 13th Street N. Lethbrlclge, Alberta. Phone 327-4979 ;