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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, October 12, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HIRAID 17 ca lenaar of tocat kappenlngt Preceptor Eta Bela Sigma Phi will meet Tuesday at p.m. at the home of Mrs. Dorin Berlando, 1711) 21 St. S. The regular monthly meeting of the Wilson White Community Club will be held at the home of Mrs. A. V. Weallienip on Thursday at p.m. Miss Molly Couplcnd will speak on her trip lo Europe, with em- phasis on the ACWW Confer- ence in Oslo, Norway, to which she was a delegate. Regular monthly meeting of the Registered Music Teachers Association will be held Thurs- day at p.m. at ihc home of Mrs. Marion Swanston 701 11 Ave. S. Sigma Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Lynn Dor- am, 931 11 St. S. The program, your day socially, will be pre- sented by Mrs. Doreen Sodcr-11 SWAN LAKE HERE I COMEi Six-year-old Jeffrey Seller of Edmonton is outnumbered by the girls in a begin- ners' ballet course being conducted by the Alberta Ballet Company. your day socially, will be prc- by Mrs. Doreen Sodcr-11> Siiamn P7u' quist, and the co-hostess will be Ut-Mt JlglllU tT III Mrs. Edith Bosch. I The monthly "meeting of the fashion models Sir Alexander Gait Chapter of the IODE will he held at 2 p.m. Thursday in the home of Mrs. W. D. Hay, 2806 22 Ave. S. Inserted by Q DJAnik For AlnVrman Committee; Bela Sigma Phi fashion show Fall Dimensions, will be bel in the Yates Memorial Centr at S p.m. Oct. 19 and 20. Modelling the new styles wi. be Ruth Elzinga, Carolle Perrj Ruth Rittenhouse, Betty Dor ren, Ardyce Watson, Fran Har vey and Juanita Marino. UKRAINIAN GREEK-ORTHODOX CHURCH BASEMENT Cor. 13lh Slreet and 7th Avenue N. EVERY TUESDAY p.m. DOORS OPEN P.M. DOOR PRIZE FREE CARDS FREE GAMES BINGO CARDS 25c EACH 5 CARDS BLACKOUT IN 52 NUMBERS OR LESS (Jackpot Increases Weekly) BLACKOUT JACKPOT in 50 numbers or less Two seven numbers or less Jackpot each Sorry No person under 16 years of age allowed In LETHBRIDGE: 613 4lh Ave. S. Telephone 328-4214 Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am writing about the lady whose husband ignored their son because he had a physical deformity. I am a 15-year-old boy and my father has ig- nored me for as long as I can remember. I don't know why. I was a normal, healthy baby and I was never any trouble to him. I was always close to my mother. She took me nearly every place she went. I'm sure she did this to make up for my father who didn't pay any attention to me. I spent so much time with my mother that I never learned to do things boys usually do, like play ball or wrestle or swim. I guess you might say I was a sissy. Shortly after my ninth birthday, my mother died. Since then I've felt like an orphan. I have a hard time in school. I guess I need someone to be strict with me and tell me how far to go. My dad never sets any limits. He just ignores me and I do as I please. The kid next door has a father who is very strict. I envy him although he complains all the time that he can't do anything on account of his old man. He doesn't know how lucky he is. I don't know why I am writing to you except maybe to say you are sort of a substitute mother for me. I learn a lot from your column. Would you think I was crazy if I told you that sometimes I dream you are my mother? I think I'll sign off before you decide I'm a complete nut. Thank you for everything. Johnny DEAR JOHNNY: Yours is one of the nicest letters I've ever received. Thank you for writing. I'll see you in your dreams. DEAR ANN LANDERS: My husband and I will soon be 65. For years we have been looking forward to retirement making plans to do tilings wa've always wanted to do but we never had the time, money or freedom. Last year we de- cided to move up north, about 200 miles. We found an ideal cottage, surrounded by trees and hills with a beautiful little trout brook nearby. To us it looked like heaven. We planned to go up next week and buy it, but we are having trouble with our three children. They say we have no business leaving them that grandparents are supposed to be on hand as sitters, to help out when someonn gets sick, to take care of Uie kids when they want to go on a vacation, or for a week- end, to hem skirts and shorten sleeves. Our son has always depended on his dad to help hire in his business, on weekends, holidays and often evenings. My husband and I never realized how much we did for our children until this matter of moving came up. Now we feel guilty. How much do we owe our grown children? Please help us decide wliat is right. Silver Threads DEAR THREADS: It sounds as if you two have been leaned on plenty by your kids. Some parents need and want to be a vita] part of their children's lives forever and ever. In fact, they keep their children dependent for this very rea- son. But parents who want to be free of their grown children should not be bound by guilt to serve indefinitely as sitters, seamstresses, nurses, and what have you. I say move up north and enjoy the rime of life for which the first was made. Please send inquiries and requests to Landers Reader- mail Department, Chicago Sun Times-Daily News, 401 North Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111. 60611. lavs is... letting htm go bowling with the boys every Auaml TIM SPECIAL DISHES to be offered at OCT. 16th TEA Specialty items to be of- fered dt the delicatessen tea and boke sale sponsored by Ladies' Aid to St. Peter and St. Paul's Church will tncluda ravioli, cabbage rolls, salads, pagochi, pirohi and a variety of baked goods. The tea will be In tha Parish Hall Saturday, Oct. 16th from 2 lo p.m. Mrs. P. Chirko and Mrs. A. Gill will convene tho bake sale, assisted by Mrs. Mike George, Mrs. Anno Massey, Mrs. Jamei Campbell, Mrs. Mick Makarenko, Mrs. J. Kun- drik Sr., Mrs. Peter Pisko, Mrs. Joe Szabo. Girls' hockey at Family Y The Lethbridge Family Y is starting its third season for girls' ice hockey Sunday Oct. 10. Interested girls 14 and over who are members or who would like to become members of the Y are asked to come to the Lethbridge Civic Centre be- tween 9 and 10 a.m. "It's the third season for girl's ice hockey and most of them enjoy said Wayne Bowes, coach of the team. Uniforms are available. TRY THIS To get windows really clean and sparkling, wash them with a rag soaked in vinegar, then wipe the glass dry with news- paper. 'Grave disappointment' from Institute Federal nurses get raise OTTAWA in the per cent in the Maritimes to disparity for first-level nurses federal public service have been granted substantial pay in- creases by an arbitration tri- bunal, the Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada announced here. But the institute expressed "grave disappointment" that the tribunal, chaired by Mr. Justice Andre Montpetit, has turned down one of the nurses' main establish- ment of a national pay rate for nurses on the first rung of the salary ladder. A majority of the federal nurses arc in this category which has, however, received increases averaging from 7.9 12.8 per cent in British Colum- j across the country. This will be followed by six-per-ocnl increase across the bia, retroactive to last Jan. 4. i It raised the salary differen- tial between a nurse in Vancou- ver at the maximum of (lie first board effective Jan. i salary level and her counterpart Thus a nurse in the Maritimes j in the lo an- at the minimum level who cur-' nually from rently makes a year now In the other five nursing lev- will get and next January j els, the tribunal awarded aver- will get a further increase to j age increases of up to 8.7 per The same nurse in Brit-: cent retroactive to Jan. 4, 1971, ish Columbia who currently j wilh an across-the-board in- makes annually now will; crease of six per cent effective get to be raised to next Jan. 3. next Jan. 3. A nurse at the minimum of The institute, which does the the second level who is cur- nurses' bargaining wilh the fed- j rently paid a year now eral treasury board, said the: will receive to be in- award in effect widens the pay THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes creased to next Jan. 3. A nurse at the top of the max- imum range currently getting a yea- will gel an imme- diate increase lo with a further increase to next January. Starting Nov. 1, shift prem- iums will be increased to ?2 for the evening shift from and to for the night shift from "He can't hear me if I call him to take out the garbage, bur let one thin dime fall out of his pocket onto the rug... 1" LETKBRIDGE FISH GAME ASSN. WEDNESDAY AT 8 P.M. it i run c BINGO IN THE EAGLES HALL 13th St. N. JACKPOT 53 NUMBERS FREE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS (4th, 8th and 12th) in 7 Numbers NO CHItDREN UNDER 16 Diapers Add Vt cup Baking Soda to keeps diaper pail fresh. To skin irritations and diaper rash add 2 spoons to baby's balh. BAKING sooA SIMPSONS-SEARS WIGS are wonderful DON MARCOTTE Wigs the beauliful way to express the way you feel and at Simpsons-Sears, we have wigs to suit your every mood. MR. DON MARCOTTE, Stylist Director from Mademoiselle Tresses be in our Wig Boutique from October 12th through October 16th. You are invited to come in and meet him. He will be pleased to recommend a fashion and shade just for you. In tho Wig Boutique, Cosmetic Department STORE HOURS; Open Daily 9 a.m. to p.m. Wednesday 9 a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Centra Village Council Vote NORMAND E. LECLAIRE ;