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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, vciooar m, THE BETTER HALF By Barnes Ann Landers Dear Ann Landers: Please forgive me for altering some of the facts in this letter to disguise my identity, but I just can't give it to you straight. My uncle was lieutenant governor of the state 12 years ago. Every time my husband introduces me he says, "This is my wife, Gertrude. Her un- cle was the lieutenant gover- nor." Occasionally I catch a pained "so-what" look I want to sink through the floor. I never did care for that in- troduction but my husband seems to think it's appropriate. According to him generals, senators, governors and other VIPs retain their titles even though they are no longer in office. He says it is not only correct, but pleasing What about it, Ann' (P S. I STILL don't like it) Just Plain Gertrude Dear J. P. G.: It is appropriate (and pleasing, I'm sure) to call a retired of- ficer "General" or use the ti- tle "Governor" or "Senator" after the fact, but you are none of these, so why must your husband drag your uncle into the act9 Does he feel you need a build-up9 Or, does HE need it? Tell him, in no uncertain terms, that you are content to be just his wife and that's the way you want to be in- troduced. Dear Ann Landers: Help' Please What is the kindest way for a young married cou- ple with a child to tell their parents on both sides to cool if We don't want to seem un- kind or ungrateful How many times a day should they phone? How many Sundays in a row should be devoted to parents? These are disturbing ques- tions and we don't have the answers Do you9 Had It In Ohio Dear Ohio: No Nobody has. It depends on a variety of things about which I know nothing How often do they call9 How long do they talk? Do they drop in uninvited9 Do they invite you to their home or do they just come to How long do they stay? Do they "take over" your child? Do you accept financial help from them? Expensive gifts? Favors, such as taking the child when you go away on weekends or vacations? Does your spouse like your parents? Are they demanding, boring, tiresome? Or are they good company? Every young married cou- ple should sit down and think about these things and come up with answers that make sense to them And before you arrive at any conclusions, please remember this You will never regret it if you put yourself out a little for your folks Most parents have put themselves out a great deal for their children Dear Ann Landers: I have no tears of sympathy for that 40-year-old man who says it's too late for him to get dates. (Several girls turned him down and he was so hurt that he just gave up) A man always has a chance, no matter what his age. This is not true of a woman I am 40 and have never been asked out by a normal, single man only married men, alcoholics and homosexuals who want a "cover Such losers are a waste of time and I refuse to be bothered But since I'm a woman I must wait to be ask- ed out. I wish that 40-year-old man who feels like a "reject" would ask ME for a date. I'd accept so fast his head would swim Unclaimed Jewel Dear Jewel: You and 500, other women who have written to me this week What's the matter with you fellas out there, anyway9 Get moving. And don't ask ME for names and addresses Do your own research (Copyright 1973 Field Enterprises, Inc.) "What are these lipstick marks on the refrigerator and stove'" Calendar The Minus One (Jluo hold a hard times dance at 9 p.m. Saturday in the Polish Hall Music by the Country Three Members and guests welcome. The Midnight Squares will hold a regular dance at p m. Friday at the elementary school in Fort Macleod, with round dance practice at 8 o'clock Women are asked to please bring a box lunch and cups Anyone interested in square dancing welcome The Lethbndge Municipal Hospital staff chapter of Cer- tified Nursing Aides will meet at 7 tonight in the hospital cafeteria The Archaeological Society of Alberta, Lethbridge centre, will travel to Calgary Satur- day, Oct 27. by bus if enough interest is shown Members planning to do so are asked to contact Helen Schuler prior to Friday, at 327-1830 There will be a joint meeting at Mount Royal College at 7 p m Sewing with knits classes will be sponsored by the North Oldman River Recreation Board commencing next week Picture Butte class will be held each Tuesday from 7 30 to 9'30 p m Sundial class will take place each Wednes- day from 7 30 to 9 SOp.m For more information, contact the Picture Butte recreation of- fice at 7324774 Parents Without Partners will meet at p m. Friday at Immanuel Lutheran Church, cnr 6th Ave and 18th St S Guest speaker Peter O'Donnell will discuss the pressing needs of single parents and the help they re- quire to form a working group All single parents welcome Girl Guide Patrol Leader training will be held at the Scout Hall at 9 a rn Saturday Girls should bring a bag lunch There will be a 50-cent registration The Chinook Area Girl Guides will hold a training session mini-parliament at 7 p.m. Oct 26 to Oct 28 in Gilbert Paterson School Girls planning to participate are asked to register X There will be a Hi Neighbour Club record hop from 8 to 10 30 p m Friday in the Allan Watson School, 21st St and 6th Ave S Everyone welcome for a review of the Varsouvianaa, French Minuet, and Spanish Waltz HIGHEST PRICES TORONTO (CP) A recent survey in food prices in Cana- dian capitals has indicated that Winnipeg and Vancouver lead the spnal. Toronto was the third highest with Montreal and Hamilton close behind In and out of town Kinsmen were aided with the TB Christmas seal by 71 Brownies from the Lethbridge 9th, 10th and 14th packs, who put address labels on envelopes at a recent work' bee held in St Andrew's Presbyterian Church hall A family reunion and party were held recently at the El Rancho Motor Hotel in honor of Mrs Lillian Pitt on the oc- casion of her 85th birthday. Relatives attended from Saskatoon, Sask West- minster, B.C., Edmonton, Red Deer, Medicine Hat, Calgary, Westrose, Bluffton and Falun She has nine children living, 35 grandchildren, 46 great- grandchildren and 12 great- great-grandchildren There were two five- generation families present, and all but one of her children attended the gathering. 9 Laurel Chapter No 43. Order of the Eastern Star, wil! hold a fall tea from 2 to 5 p m Sa turday a t Southminster Church hall, 4th Ave and llth St S Guests will be received by Mesdames A Hovan, J. Look, C. Miron and H Jaffray. Assisting Mrs E A Risler in the kitchen will be Mesdames T Cargill, 0. H Svennes, C Nicol, J. P. Talbot, J. R Stafford, Mesdames 0 A Frache, No 0 Gillespie, W. J Nicol, L J Harris, M B McKenzie and Miss E Talbot Mrs. P Lewko is in charge of the bake table and her com- mittee will include Mesdames G M Atkinson, W C Ever- son, E. G Ward, M Lloyd, J E. Neely and L. W Sorensen Mrs L Roadhouse and Mrs W A Egan are in charge of tickets Page 30 Time for Mac Munchers everywhere to enjoy the orchard-fresh goodness of new-crop B.C. Mclntosh Apples... munch after munch after munch. Mac Munchers love the crisp, white flesh and juicy, sweet flavour of B.C. Mclntosh apples as instant desserts... in lunchboxes... as between meal snacks... as after school treats... and in all their favourite home- made apple desserts, too. For special harvest time savings buy your new-crop Macs in the family-size B.C. Handi-Pak box. MUNCH Write for our new colourful 16 page apple recipe honk'ot Send in coin with your name and address to B C Tree Fruits Lid Dept Kolownn B C WoolurortK WEEKEND TERRIFIC BUYS Right Guard Deodorant 5 02. Colgate Toothpaste 2 MO 50ml. for I Ladies' Panty Hose OsCQc I Quality panty hose. Beige or spice. Fits Ibs. VR O V LADIES' Boots-Off Machine washable Assorted colors One size 9-11 LADIES' 100% POLYESTER Short Quilted Duster 1.00 polyester fibertill Colors: aqua, pink, maize, lilac J ,g; pink, maize, lilac Sizes S ML LADIES'FIRST QUALITY Size 12-18 LADIES'SHORT SLEEVE Kneelets V fit.- Q One size fits 9-11 2 pairs per package 100% acrylic 3 styles SM L Ladies' Handbags c 96 Brown, black and navy Electric Hair Styler 7.98 aitachmenta 2 combs, 1 brush.................. 3 aitachmenta 2 combs, 1 brush. MEN'S WINTER AND DRESS i Colors grey beige and brown Sizes S M L vs Cardian Men's Sport Socks J 3 per pkg. One size Assorted colors........ MEN'S Sizes SM LXL Assorted colors Flannelette Pyjamas Sizes A B C D Assorted fancy prints 2 styles (1) full elastic waist (2) half elastic back. Sizes 8-1 6, sizes 8-1 2 Or 2 for 4. 50 Sizes 8-1 6. Assorted colors. ,J 2-19 3.33 3.94 Color red and blue. Sizes and 14. TODDLERS'CUDDLY Blanket Sleeper Aqua, maize or pink Sizes 1-3 CHILDREN'S 100% Acrylic Siims Assorted colors. Sizes 2-3x Children's T Shirts 100% cotton White with design front Sizes 2-3x........ Terry Sleeper Snap front and crotch .57 closing INFANTS' T Shirt and Jump Suit 2AK 100% nylon jump suit. Sizes 12-18-24 mos Set J.88 4.97 LITTLE GIRLS' OR BOYS' Pants 37 pmwale cotton Sizes 4-6x........... 2-96 8 Track Tapes Various artists. 1 .99 Stereo Set features turntable, 8 track player with radio, stand and two speakers 1 only Complete with batteries and wrist strap. Flannelette Blankets Grey with blue or red stripes' MAGNUS Chord Organ Ensemble OQ Features 3 octave range with 37 treble keys and 12 CQ.95 .......vw Compact AM Table Radio Solid state radio with 11.87 built-m AM antenna X J, 1-27 10 pee. Coffee Set Gold and avocado 9 .99 Candy Kisses eye 2 Ib. bag VI HALLOWEEN Chocolate Bars Lowneys per package Halloween Suckers 101 per bag Plastic Pumpkin Ideal for gathering Halloween treats in Halloween Costumes Sizes M and L. 530 2-99 Watch For Our Fall Festival of Values Flyer Delivered to Your Home This Week CREDIT PLAN AVAILABLE Woolxvorm ;