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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta October LfTHMIDQE HERALD -11 Club corner Southminster Circle Square Dance Club will hold the regular dance at p.m. Saturday in Southminster Hall. All square dancers welcome. Women are asked to bring a box lunch. A rummage sale, sponsored by the Ruby Walker Group, will be held at 7 p.m. Wednes- day in St. Andrew's Church Hall, 1818 5th Ave. S. Members of the Whoop-Up Saddle Club are asked to meet at p.m. Tuesday at Laurentide Finance, 311 7th St. S. The possibility of having a Randy Dunham Clinic will be discussed. The New Daytqn United Church Women will hold a card party at 8 p.m. Wednes- day in the New Dayton Stadium. Ann Landers Gulden anniversary A golden wedding anniversary open house wilt be held from 5 to 9 p.m. Sunday at the 10th Avenue L.D.S. Chapel for Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Nelson of Leth- bridge. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. In attendance will be the couple's four children, Larry of Edmonton; Loree Brewerton of Magrath; Louis Sugden of Cardston; and Wilda Dow of Cal- They have 19 grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. No gins, by request. Thieves beat food costs market before opening stole l.OOOixninds of beet, 416 pounds of bacon, 200 pounds of chicken, 100 pounds of smoked ham, 30 pounds of spare ribs, 180 pounds of turkey, pounds of sugar and 10 cases of beer, assorted groceries and cigarettes. NAPLES, Pla (AP) Police report enterprising crooks in this Gulf Coast city found one method to beat ris- ing food costs when they used a stolen truck to haul away almost three tons of groceries valued at The burglars broke into the super- FOR FALL AND WINTER DRESSY OCCASIONS EMPRESS SLINGS Available in Navy Crinkle with Navy Kid under glass trim Brown Kid with Brown Kid under glass trim Black Kid with Black. Kid under glass trim Burgundy Calf with Burg- See our selection of undy suede trim New Fall All over Black MATCHING HANDBAGS by JOYCE I In BlacK Crinkle Patent with leather sole, and dressy cov- ered heel See too. manyx other new Joyce styles. "STOMPERS" The newest rage for fall for the teen set This 2 strap style comes in either Tan or Black. AA and B widths and sizes S to 10 See these plus many other new "STOMPERS" stylos Jor fall Open Friday untatpjn. V GAMUTS SHOES! 403-5th StTMtS. 3 S Dear Ann Landers: "Seen It Happen" has seen only what she wants to see. Just because she knows of a May-December marriage that didn't work out (probably some dizzy gold- digger married to a rich old goat) ''doesn't mean none are successful. I am a 24-year-old woman who is deeply in love with a man twice my age. We have a beautiful relationship. The age difference complements and enriches both our lives. He appreciates my youth and I am grateful for his wisdom. I've never been happier or more content. I have had relationships with "boys" my own age and they were full of deceit, self- centeredness and very little personal growth. From my point of view, THAT was prostitution. I was tolerating a lot of boredom and nonsense for what I could get out of it, mainly, a chance to go out and see and be seen, rather than stay home. I suggest "Seen It Happen" either, open her eyes or keep her Jealous mouth shut because she hasn't seen it all. An Exception Dear Exception: I received an unexpected avalanche of letters from women who ex- pressed the same point of view. Yours was the best. Thanks for writing. Dear Ann Landers: I am 24 years of age, attractive (ac- cording to my friends) and although I had my leg am- putated two years ago I feel normal and am happier than most two-legged girls I know. I view my "handicap" as a challenge and have never let it get me down. Since my leg is off at the hip I've found it much easier to use crutches than an artificial limb. The problem is my mother. I love pant suits, short skirts and the current styles for women my age. My mother keeps nagging me to wear longer skirts, she hates and insists I should dress so people will look at the upper part of me. When I told her I was buying a battling suit she said, "I don't see how you have the nerve." Please, Ann, I need some advice. Terry Who Is Hop- ing You're With Me Dear Terry: I am. All the, INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE FOR CITY COUNCIL VOTE FOR EDGAR BASTEDO who hee an open ear to all people for ell thdr Industrial control. Very Important to to watch the dollar spending. on OCTOBER 16 VOTE IX Devoted to Council a 4ham I M WIN KM vOTj IWra OR tVOCwU With 3 years Experience to back thto up. way. A 24-year-old woman is old enough to select her wardrobe without "help" from her mother. I hope you will tell her so. Your attitude is super. You've done a remarkable job of adjusting to a handicap that would throw most young women for a loop. I am filled with admiration. Dear Ann Landers: About ten years ago my mother and her brother had a bitter argu- ment and stopped seeing each other. I know my mother mis- sed him a great deal. I suspect he missed her, too, because once they were very close. Recently my mother became seriously ill. The doc- tors say she can't live much longer. When her brother found out how sick she was, he and his wife came to see her immediately. They brought flowers and gifts. Now they are friendly again. How sad when relatives have fights and stop speaking to each other. The years go by years when they could be having good times together sharing happy experiences. When tragedy strikes everybody wishes they had behaved differently. Please tell your readers not to wait until death is at the door before they forgive and forget, because Life Is Too Short Dear Life: I wonder how many people who read your letter saw themselves. If they did, I hope they will take your advice. Thank you for sitting in my chair today. Dear Ann Landers: My wife (let's call her Mary) belongs to a number of charitable organizations. She keeps getting correspondence addressed to "Mrs. Mary Smith." After a year, I remarked quite casually that we aren't divorced, I'm not dead yet and I'd prefer that she listed herself as Mrs. John Smith. She hit the roof. I can see a woman using her first name or maiden name for professional purposes, but my wife is not employed and I believe she is clearly out of line. Do you agree' John Smith Dear John: The fact that you ask her should be enough. As a matter of social eti- she is Mrs. John Smith, I'm with you. RETAIL STORE NOW OPEN Thursday and Friday 4-9 p.m. Discontinued Items Salssmans samples ALL 6IFTWARE, COOKWARE, DINNERWARE 40% to 60% OFF ALL SALES FINAL sunburst ceramics limited North ACCOM from ALCB Wi I LIKE THEIR TO LIMIT QUANTITIES Carry-Out Services. CENTRE VILLAGE IGA 3th STREET NORTH, LETHBHD6E MARTEN'S IGA COALDALE .VMJBORC AKVAMT AAUOlt DRY [Save it and icy odd jnjht oat of ihcl buffet supper or j canapes. It is also good in I codctaOs. s dialled 1846. VM.BORG CANADA GRADE UTILITY YOUNG TURKEYS., BURNS COUNTRY STYLE SMOKED UAMQ j nflllllJ Will or tall It. TABLERITE FRESH At GROUND BE TABLERITE CANADA GRADE A1 PRIME RIB ROAST Ib.......... STEER BEEF Ik. 59 79 69 REGULAR GRIND NABOB CO NABOB MINCEMEAT OCEAN SPRAY CRAN. SAU RED LEAF BATHROOM TISSUE WESTVALE FANCY RASPBERRIE GREEN GIANT NIBLETS 1 Hi. Ml Wt. f4fl.oz.jir 15fl.oz.tii ir STRAWBERRIES 15 K.lkl. 12fl.ti.lf FRESH FROM OUR IN-STORE BAKERY CENTRE VILLAGE IGA PHONE 327-0353 SOFT DINNER ROL PUMPKIN PIES f FRESH B.C. 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