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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta -Saturday, October 51, WJ THE IETHBRIDGE KERAID 21 Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I just read the item in your col- umn about the mother who hated to see her only daughter move so far away after her marriage. The mother signed hersell "Anxious." It brought to mind my own "flight from the nest." I was the youngest of six, (he baby of the family, and very close to my mom. 1 moved from Oklahoma to California at 19 and cried all the way. My folks couldn't even afford to be at my wedding so I was really on my own. Now, ten years later, I must admit it was the best thing in the world for me. I learned to be a wife instead of Mama's little girl. There were times when I haled .being grown up and would have given anything to run home to mama, but I' never had the money to do it. f I have a groat husband now and four of the most beautiful, healthiest, happiest kids in tlie world. I learned to cope with life without leaning on my folks. My parents visit us when they can and we try to get back to sec them once every year. Tliose visits arc nothing short of heaven. I overlook the little things that used to irk me and we thoroughly enjoy one an- other's company. I still cry every time 1 say gcddbye to my folks but I'm grateful to them for raising me to be independent and pray that I will do as well with our four. Pushed Out Of The Nest DEAR PUSHED: Beautiful! I hope "Anxious" sees your letter and takes heart. Thank you for writing. Even if drinking is (he "in" thing in your crowd, it needn't crowd you out. Learn the facts from Ann lenders' booklet, "Booze And You For Tecn-Agers by Ann Landers. Send 35ccnts in coin and a long, self-addressed, stamped en- velope to this newspaper with your request. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I have teen reading your column for a long time and believe that you give very sensible advice. But I think you could do a little better with one problem that pops up often. Even though you didn't ask for my help, I'm going to offer it because I've had some practical experience in this area ar.d you haven't. I am referring to women over 24 who have been going with a guy live or six years and they can't get the dude to make H legal. These dames need a battle plan that works. You might not consider my plan honorable, but believe me, it's a great way to find out if the guy will EVER marry or if he's worth marrying at all. Tell him you're pregnant and check his reaction. If he says the baby can't possibly be his and accuses you of cheat- ing on him, or gets mad and tells you how dumb you are !or getting pregnant, or offers to give you money and sug- gests you get lost if he takes any of these routes you'll know what kind of rat you've been wasting your time on. If he says, "We'll get married right tell him the next day that you were mistaken and relax in the knowledge that he really does love you and is worth waiting for. I know Uiis plan works because I tried it and now I'm. His Mrs. DEAR MRS.: There's no denying that your little scheme might separate the heroes from the bums but I don't recom- mend it. It seems to me that a girl should not need to connive, plot and make up lies to test the sincerity of her lover. If she must sink to the level you suggest, something Is rotten in Denmark. Dental revolution too quiet Women take better care of their teeth lhan men, but men usually have better teeth, ac- cording to Dr. J. T. Boullon of Calgary. Dr. Boulton, chairman of the Alberta Dental Association's committee on prevention, was in Lethbridge to speak at a meeting of local dentists. "The quiet revolution in den- tistry is too he warned, "and long overdue. "People are interested in pay Ing for fillings, hut not so in- terested in paying for two im- portant things a complete ex amination, and preventive ser vice. "Patients must be willing to put some effort into their own ental said Dr. Boulton. All responsibility does not rest ilh the dentist. "In the he pointed out, the patient had a problem and ic dentist solved it. "Xow we teach the pa- ient how to prevent cavities nd pcridonlal disease." Dr. Boulton Is also chairman f next February's dental health eek. At that time, he said, (he .Iberta profession will e g i n a campaign on plaque control. Plaque is the I h I n film coat- ing the teeth, It contains bac- OLDE TYMES The wedding party of M r. ond Mrs. David Gracey, costumed in medi- eval dress, pauses in the corridor in Torcmt o's old city hall after a ceremony by Judge A. E. Newall. Elsie Perron, left, was an alt endanl. (CP Wirepholo) In and out of town Girls' choir to perform musical Kathy Gommertager a n c Mary Duckett will take t h leading role in the perform ances of The Pink Siaines Oct. 28 and 29 by the South minster Junior Girls' Choir. Directed by Anne Campbell and accompanied by Pat Wright, the musical play is the story of a kitten's dilemma when he is born pink into an aristocratic Siamese family.' Performances will be and p.m. Oct. 1% and at p.m. Oct. 29. Immediately following performance will be a guest ap- pearance by the Anne Camp- bell Singers, performing t h e rock opera, Joseph's Dream Coat. Barb Peterson and Rae John- ston will take the part of Jo- seph in the story taken from Genesis Chapter 37. An open reception will follow Sunday's performance. Tickets are available at Leis- ter's Music Lid. or from choir members. A perky pink pussycat was presented to Ami Campbell dur- ing rehearsals for the South- minster Junior Girls Choir pre- sentation of the operetta, The Pink Siamese, to held at the Yates Memorial Centre Oct. 28 and 29, The ceramic mascot now rests on top of the piano of ac- companist Pat Wright, and is ipar expected to bring cast good luck. the entire Mrs. Minnie Komm, pres-1 ident of the Immanuel Luther- an Women's Missionary League, is attending the Chris- tian istitute in Ed- monton. The theme of the ses- sion is, strengthening the home through communication. Practice dates for cast mem- bers of the operetta, The Pink Siamese, are as follows: Monday: television appear- ance, channel 7 at 11 a.m.; dress rehearsal at the Yaies from 3 to 5 p.m.; Wednesday: television ap- pearance, channel 13 at a.m.; Soutliminster Church from 4 to p.m.; Thursday: dress rehearsal at the Yates from 4 to 6 p.m.; COLLECTS FEMINISM WATERLOO, Ont. (CP) F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT EAGLES HALL 6th Ave. A and 13th St. N. Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. 5 Cardi for I.OO Three 7 Number Games JACKPOT Fret Games and Tree Cards DOCK PRIZE Gold cards pay double money Children under 16 not Canadians score fashion with first exhibit at fair We have probably the best feminism collection in Canada and we do more with says Doris Lewis, who initiated tie collection of feminism at the University of Waterloo Arts Li- e uiuvi.iaiLj UL 11 r Friday: keep this date open brary when she was chief li- Kittens for last call rehearsal. brarian there. The eludes works by Indian poet Mrs Phyllis Finch, nee [Pauline Johnson and novelist ulver, has returned to her Lucy Maud Montgomery in St. John, New Brans- about 50 rare books, including id: following a visit with her books published before 1600 and parents in the city. I first editions. tcria, he said. Plaque and sugar are the major enemies of den- tal health. A recent plaque-control drive in B.C., according to Dr. Boul- ton, proved highly successful. "The campaign provided a tremendous amount of public he said. This was shown by comments from den- tal patients and an unprecedent- ed sale of floss in drug stores. "The Lethbridge dentists met appear very keen on pre- vention of dental h6 said, "and I'm very impressed with this. I feel they are mod- ern In their approach. "The whole name of the game is that Lelhbridge dentists ari interested In the health of the Marriage Announced Mr. and Mrs. John Slifka of Edmonton are pleased to an-_ nounce the marriage of their' aughter, Roberta Katherine, o Mr. Michael Matlhew Toly, on of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Toly of Picture Butte. The weding took place at quiet ceremony on October 14. LONDON (CP) Canadian clothing manufacturers scored a notable success in their first exhibit at the Junior Fashion Fair here this week, chalking up sales in excess of to buyers from Brilain, the Re- public of Ireland Denmark. Sponsored by the department of industry, trade and com- HELP US TO HEIP OTHERSI The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clothing, Furniture, toys, Household Effect) CAIL 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR IEAVE AT 412 111 AVE. S. CASH BINGO TONIGHT, O'CLOCK HUNGARIAN OLD TIMERS KALI A Blackout Bingo played for fill won every Saturday plus 7-Number Jackpoli JACKPOTS NOW AND 5 Cards for or 25e each (located Next to No. 1 Fireball) Tnerce, about a dozen com- panies, mainly from Montreal hut with representation also from Toronto, Port Dover, Ont., and Winnipeg, featured a wide range of children's wear for next spring and summer. "We were the hit of Ehe said one Canadian gov- ernment official, adding that sales had proved more than double the expected volume. Tho Canadian exhibit at the four-day fair, Britain's premier children's wear showcase, was the only one to be goveTnment- XMisorcd. The venture was part of Hie anariian government's export- oosting drive in an industry already ranks as-Can- da's fourth largest with ex- running at more than Give Your Husband a New Woman for Christmas Join Weight Watchers" today. You con be a new you by December. ST. AUGUSTINE'S ANGLICAN CHURCH llth Street and 4lh S. TUESDAYS 1 P.M. AND P.M. tETHBRIDGE, AlBERTA CARDSTON UNITED CHURCH WEDNESDAYS P.M. CARDSTON, ALBERTA TABER CIVIC CENTRE THURSDAYS P.M. TABER, AlBERTA For further information call ZEnUh 0-6124 (loll free} WEIGHliwAICHERS. The world's most advanced weight control program. million a year in 1971. It fol lowed a joint exhibition here last March by Canadian manu- facturers of women's and chil dren's apparel, which nettec combined sales of around 000. The children's wear show wii be followed Oct. 25 by a four day Canadian show of women's apparel. Again about a dozen com panics will Montreal, Winnipeg, Toront' and their sales pilch on fabric qual ity, workmanship and attentioi to detail. It will be the secon such solo show for Canadiai women's similar pro sentation last March produce< sales of A second men's wear show is scheduled for February. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes saying thing nice even if she's grumpy. The bulls hero in Madrid only tow 1o clienli of A.M.A. ravel inrvicel 22-DAY HOUDAY IN SPAIN Fly with Air Canada and FROM Weekly Departures A.M.A. WORLD TRAVEL 608 5lh Ave. S. All inquiries welcome Phone 328-1181 or 328-7921 We at RHayfair Have felt concerned. In fact somewhat hurt, of the rumors occasionally heard of "Customer's of Service in the stores of Lethbridge. II was our pleasure to the following letter In the mail: "I'd been home on lime, but the size and clamor of the gallery slowed my play." vctomy reverse under microscope NFAV YORK (AD The hirth-control surgery that makes men sterile crm appar- entyly IK; reversed so llicy could father babies ngain, a surgeon reporter! Wednesday. The operation, known as vasectomy, cuts (lie the vas riefereiis, through which spcrmolozoa pass. Once performed, it has lieen considered lo make men ster- ile forever. But the lubes can re- joined in surgery performed under a microscope, Dr. Julius H. .Tacobson of Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York I old a conference in Vienna, Austria. The microscope vision makes the tiny severed appear 25 limes tKin they actually are, so the stir- peon can .sew the ends hcr rigain arid make sure (he lubes arc open onco more, he said. Speaking to Hie Interna- tional Symposium of Micro- surgery, Dr. Jacobson ?aid lie has done (he reversal oper- ation on 19 men. Kirjhlccn of Ilicm became ahle to produce motive or active sperm on ejaculation, he siad. The other man had suffered dam- age to his testes during the vasectomy, and did not pro- duce sperm. All 19 had undergone vascc- tomics two to 13 years ear- lie-. Dr. Jacobson said he knew of babies having bacn born in the families of four of (he men on whom he operated. More may have been horn, he said in an interview before leaving for Austria. More men might have va- sccLoinics, n relatively simple prominre done tinder loecal anc.sthctic and taking up to half an if they knew fertility could restored again, he added. Dr. Jacobson said his reto- rative surgery takes alxnit hours, and !s done under a general anesthetic. A new technique being tried Is insertion of a micro- scopically sm all valve into the sperm-carrying The valve can Iw turned, by a surgeon, either to permit or prohibit passage of sperm. This valve technique now is being tested in a small mim- Iwr of men. CHRIS' BEAUTY SALON 706-3rd Ave. South ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE ADDITION OF ANN BAKOS TO THEIR STAFF Ann has many years of experience in ths heir styling field and specializes in tha over <0 crowd hair styles. NEW APPOINTMENT SPECIAL PERMS Including Hair Trim, Shompoo and Set Call 327-2079 Mayfair Vogue: V September 29, 1972 Enclosed cheque oU25 as pay- ment on my exeunt. It is a p ec, sure indeed to shop at Friendly courteous people who never "push" their customers mto CALIFORNIA MSNEVUND Departing Dec. 23 by deluxe hiway cruiser 5EE Disneyland, los Angelei, San Diego, Tijuana, Mexico, Lns Vegas, Salt Lnke City and more. INCLUDES: Tranipor- lotion, nighlly accom- modation, sighfsee- inq in oil major cilies Las Vegas bonus. party and more. ESCORTED: filled 15 fun as VIQAS HNO Departing Oct. 28 and Dec. 23 by hiway cruiser SEE lai Vegas, Reno, I Carson Cily, Loko Tahoe, Virgina Cily, Hoover Dnmf Mormon Tobernodc, Sail Loke City ond more, INCLUDES; Tronspor- talicn, nightly aecom- modolion, Las Vcgos bonus pock. Tour of Reno fun pock. Side trips Siqhfseeing of mnjor I ollraclions and much ESCORTED: 9 fun fill- ed you ity. outfit" look like the devil in it. for one appreciate iVtis Sincerely Margaret P. As low as S259 As low as For FREE Brochure Call Your Trove! Agent or: We hove received our customer's permission lo use this letter. We have deleted the last name to ovoid personalities. If you have never felt the need to write such a lelter, why don't you try shopping ot: Vogue The Staff of Mnyfair Vogua 311 5th Street Sooth Downtown, Lethbridge ;