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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Octobtr THI IITHMIOOI HWAIO IS Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: My husband Is good steady worker, no bad habits. I have a nice home, good ftr- Bture, healthy kids and to the outsider I look like veiy lucky woman. So what am I complaining about? I guess It's because I want a little romantic foolishness In my life. When we were engaged, Norrille didn't buy me a ring because "rings a waste of money." When our first child was born he didn't buy me flowers because "flowers are a waste of money." He went out and bought expensive Havana cigars for all his friends, however. THAT wasn't a waste of money. On my birthday he always buys something like a vacuum sweeper an electric coffee maker or a power lawn mower. His love making is so cut and dried I feel like a call girl. No tender kisses, no words of love just sex. Before I know it, everything is over and he's snoring. What's the answer, Ann? Suffering In Suffolk DEAR S.I.S.: The first part of your letter was, as we both know, window-dressing. Your real complaint shows up in the last two lines. Every woman can make her night life more interesting If she is willing to take the time and' trouble. Go to your doctor and get some reading material for your husband and for yourself. Even the most matter-of-fact clod can be slow- ed up and turned on if his partner knows the combination. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Don't tell me to ask my pedia- trician. I'm ashamed to admit I don't know the answer. It's a simple question-but it's driving me nuts. I have an 11-month-old baby. I would like to start frying his breakfast eggs, in batter along with my husband's and mine. My mother says NO it will hurt his stomach. Yet when we go to her house she gives the baby chunks of bread with globs of butter. I'd like to know the difference between eating eggs fried in butter and eating globs of butter on Burner DEAR BACK: Butter is butter whether you fry eggs ta it or put globs of it on bread. If the child has a normal, digestive system, butter won't hurt him. If he is too chubby you should cut down on all faHjutter included. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'm always surprised when I read tetters from women who form romantic attachments to their doctors. My doctor is a very attractive man ljut I view him as someone who performs a service for the electrician or the cop on the corner. My women friends consider their doctors a cross between Sir Gallahad, Houdira, and Elliott Gould. What -turns them on? Is something wrong with me, or Pitty Pat DEAR PAT: To many women the doctor !s a symbol of healing, help and hope. He is gentle, supportive, kind and all- knowing, patient controlled and responsive to her of course, be happens to be her husband, in which case he is never around when she needs him and pays attention to ev- eryone but heir and the kids. GOLDEN WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hurst of Calgary, former lethbridge residents were honored at a dinner held in the Paliiser Hotel on the occasion of their 50th wedding anniversary by their family Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Gurr of Victoria, B.C.) Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Booth. (Marguerite) of Calgary, and Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Dunn (Bernice) of Calgary and seven grandchildren. After dinner, the family entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Booth. Mr. Hurst was accountant and treasurer for the Lethbridge Collieries Ltd. and retired in 1965. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "It look me five seconds fo see this dollar on the street and pick it up.. .So, if I look for money four hours a day ten minutes out for coffee--! should gross..." Zeller's] SATURDAY MERCHANDISE ON SALE FRIDAY 6 TO 9 P.M. All DAY SATURDAY STP OIL TREATMENT 15-OZ. Reg. 1.33 "CHARGE IT" GLASSAIRE FURNACE FILTERS Reg. 88c "CHARGE CASETTE RECORDING TAPES 60 MINUTE "CHARGE IT" MM LADIES' POLYESTER SLIMS Reg. 8.99 .44 6 "CHARGE IT" LADIES7, TEENS7 HANDBAGS Reg. to 7.00 .36 4 "CHARGE IT" MATTEL'S HOT WHEELS 2 Reg. 84e "CHARGE IT" 10 PACK PLASTIC GARBAGE BAGS Reg. 59e "CHARGE IT FABRIC RIOT ASSORTED MATERIALS Reg. to 2.49 yard Per Inch "CHARGE IT" LADIES', TEENS' PERMA PRESS BLOUSES COLORS .33 3 "CHARGE IT" LADIES7 COAT SALE! SYNTHETIC STROLLERS CLOTH Reg. to '35.00 24" "CHARGE IT" MEN'S LONG SLEEVE DRESS SHIRTS COLORS Reg. 3.88 2i5 .00 "CHARGE IT" POLAROID BIG SWINGER LAND CAMERA Reg. 9.96 .66 6 "CHARGE IT" CHILDREN'S 9 13 RUBBER BOOTS Reg. to 1.96 96C "CHARGE IT" MODESS REGULAR 12's Box 33C 'CHARGE IT" LADIES7, TEENS7 PANT TOPS Reg. 8.88 ,93 5 "CHARGE IT" INTERIOR SEMI-GLOSS HOUSE PAINT Reg. 4.27 GALLON 2-97 "CHARGE IT" ZELCO INDOOR-OUTDOOR CARPET TILES Reg. 47e .00 I "CHARGE IT" STEERING WHEEL COVERS EACH 66 "CHARGE IT" NICE 'N EASY HAIR COLOR Reg. 1.77 .37 1 "CHARGE IF LADIES' BULKY KNIT CARDIGANS Reg. 6.99 .46 5 "CHARGE IT" Zeller 's County Fair ...Satisfaction Guaranteed! South Lethbridge Shopping Centre on Mayor Magrath Drive. Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday till 1 p.m.; Thursday and Friday till 9 p.m. ;