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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANUEHS: I read lint Idler about the college kid who informed his parents L'nal he wanted double bed put in his room M lie and his girl could sleep j together (hiring vacation. I got so mud 1 almost wiggecl out, And thai idiot mother has in v.Tile lo Ann Landers yet to ask what slic should Two or our trie tuts have college-age kids who pulled the same stunt and got av.ay v.illi it. (One is a The moth- er of this so-called Unrated female said they no choice. The girl announced that if they riidn'l say it was OK for her and the fellow to sleep in her room they would pitch a lent on the IronL lawn and sleep there so all Ihe neigh- bors could Another mother into a similar situation, told my husband ami 1110 that she was raised by s si rid Methodist niinislcr am) nn oul-oMhJF-world prudish mother nnd lhat she was gtail her children were honest and sex and thai she was all for il. What these kids be lilic years fioin now? Will they be better off or worse oil than we Can you tell Bof'gloxl In Ben ton Harbor DEAR BOGGLED: No-and neither can anyone else. Ex- treme rigidity is as damaging lo children as permissiveness. The most difficult part ol parenthood is to find the middle ground. If parents can't decide whether to say yes or no, my advice is to say ''NO.'1 I firmly believe that less dam- age is done by being too slricl I ban DO permissi ve, 13e- kids don't always everything they ask for. DEAR ANN LANDERS; I buried my husband three days ago. Everyone has been telling me wzial a wonderful per- son he a perfect gentleman, so kind and consid- erate, how lucky v.'as lo have had him for so mam' years, and how I rnusi now pick up the pieces and carry on with- out my beautiful helpmate. What they don't know is lhat lit- was a vicious drunk. J spent the 15 years covering up for him. Just once T'd like lo (ell somebody what my life was really like. In a word it was HELL. 1 think I'd feel belter. 1 know this is not normal ye! ths urge is overwhelming. Now Lhat he is gone and I am five, you'd think I'd waul to keep my mouth shut, but I don't. Can you help me? I'm on Edge DEAR EDGE: You've told me. That's enough. If yo i feel the need lo unload, in detail, write anything that crosses your mmd. It will be flood llu-rapy for you and I won't mind. J've heard everything. DEAR ANN LANDERS: You blew it. Someone wrilM in about a creepy rJame in an office -.vho whistles all day long to piped-in music (off key, yet) and you suggest ear plugs or that "you ask thai your desk Ix? moved." It an employee had a. problem thai required a deodorant, would you suggest a gas Jf you had to work alongside someone who whistled con- stantly, you'd blow your gourd. It is noise pollution at its Did it occur lo you lhat the whistler might not she's doing it? I say. quit horsing around and TELL HER. Devoted But Disappointed In You DEAR D BUT D; You aic right. I blew il. Your answer sounds more like me than mine. Sorry I fell on my luce. Thanks Tor tlic lift. J3, 197J THI UTHBRIDOI HIRAID 13 First woman director of GM says not token appointment NEW YORK (AP) Collier- called thai when she quit lo ine B, Cleary, the first woman director of General Motors Corp., says hers is not a token appointment and that she has qualifications "other than being a woman." i Miss Cleary, 55. is president [of Ihc First Wisconsin Trust Co, Milwaukee. She also is a director of American Telephone nd Telegraph Co., the largest utility in the United States, and if Kraftco Corp., the food con- :ern. Miss Cleary said she docs not ally herself wilh the women's iteration movement to increase ob opportunities for women simnly because of her sex. "My strong fechng is lhat 1 don't serve as a member of any she said One of three new GM direc- ors elected al the October ward meeting, she will receive he same fees as her 27 male a meeting plus expenses. Mits Cleary began her career a school teacher. She re- enter lav: school her mother predicted she would miss the long vacations "But I told her they didn't do me any good bc- f didn't have any IT'S THATAWAY Nine-year-old Vero nica S.addon, left, and her niece Lansley, eight, working out the roule ihey planned lo fellow for Saturday1! walk-a-thon, sponsor- ed by The Commillee for Rosalia House in or der lo raise inoocy for a rehabililalion cen- tre for women Irying la recover from a drug cr alcohol problem. Ervin Photo cause money." UF.CAMK V-I' She worked briefly (or a law firm in Chicago and joined Wis- consin Trust in 1917 after her father died, to be close to Jier mother. At that lime, she re- minisced, a maJe executive told hor she had a good opportunity to advance in the trust depart- ment but didn't have a chance lo become an "He lived to see me named, executive she added. Miss Cleary believes that she joined the trust company at a propitious time, al the end ol I the Second World War when people in general and women in Slates under then-president 13 wighl D. Kisenhovrer. The six- month stint was mainly a public relations iissipnmcnt, she said, and the job was abolished after she suggested (licit a govern- ment interested in economy should eliminate the expensive post. She stayed in Washington for another six months as slstanl to the secretary of Hie treasury, iheii relumed to tiust company in Milwaukee. Miss Cleary said there proba- bly arc more openings now for qualified women in banking and trust work Mian there are women to Jill the posts. "The problem is lo gel people who liave a commitment and train she added. I.OOKIXG IMCK particular were taking a more j World War II Waifs, The active interest in the held. Children's Canadian Club, Miss Cleary took a brief break from the trust company in 1933-54 and se-vcd as assist- anl treasurer of the United YWCA news Contrary lo popular belief, the I-ethimdge YWCA is not just a residence, nor is it a club for ladies to sit around sipping lea in tlie afternoon. thriving organisation II is 'a in our Human needs not being met CALGARY liave been llisl some OFV and UP grants were giv- day in the home of Mrs. Eldon j were dreamed up for Ihe Ho'yem, 711 10th St. S.. Apt. 7, [life of the project. will) Mi's. Frank Simons as co- communitv: one which deals with everyone from six month? lo eight-six years. It is true thai there is a resi- dence: one that caters to young women Iretween the ages of six- teen and twenty-five, and- tran- sients of all ages. But bcsidM Ibis, Ihe works in conjunction Hilh Ihe city to provide keep-fit classes, yoga, gymnastics and tiny tot programs. It also sponsors rec- reation clubs in Ihe schools (Blue Triangles, Y-Teens) and ladies lake-a-break groups, English for New Canadians, bridge sessions, guilar lessons. It helps to provide services for the Canadian Mental Health Association, the Golden Mile Drop-In Centre, the Gait School of Nursing and in addition, owns and operates the New-To-You Clothing Shop on 4 St. and 2 Ave. The YWCA offers all these is the front. Inside you'll find our thriving community. If you lake a class or a pro- gram out in the schools or the civic centre look around, it may be a YWCA program. The YW is grateful to this com- munity for iLs continuing sup- port, through United Appeal, occasional grants club and pri- vate donations. Bread for Greece Crusade, Layette Lift, Canadian Warmth, Cup of Milk Campaign! These emergency projects were USC milestones on the endless road of human suffering. You can read about them and the his- tory of other USC programs ia a called The USC Story. The USC Story is dramatically illustrated and may be obtain- ed lor S3 from Unitarian Ser- vice Committee 56 Sparks Street, Ottawa Send for your copy today. DESSK11T A dessert bridge will be held Nov. 8 at p.m. al South- mbister Church Hall. Anyone is j invited lo make up tables and contact the YMCA. Table or- ganizers are aslted to supply cards and bridge table covers. For more information call Mrs. Fairficid at 7-C990 or Mrs. Wil- liams al 7-3jG4. Thanks lo Ihe wonderful re- sponse by people, many of the volunteer positions odvertiFed have been tilled. Although our volunteer list has expanded, we are stJll in need of an English instructor for our Wednesday morning English for New Cana- dians. For further information rc- vires pall the YWCA at hosless. The program on ing the person will he given by l Mrs. Darryl Singer. George McKillop Home and School will hold (heir annual Halloween tea and hate sale j from 2 p.m. Saturday, al 21 si St. and 5th Ave. There will be a cake raffle, and everyone is welcome lo at- tend. Xi Nn Chapter, Beta Sigma j Phi. will hold Hie regular meet- ing Tuesday at p.m. at Ihe homo of Mrs. Alice Foder, 34H Lakewood Road. esses Mrs. V, Shore and Mrs. Rhonda Schlndelcr The women in oilier conn- i triers, be presented by Mrs. Uclla Chamhers. Mrs. Babs Treber and Mrs. Marj AalJ Tau Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, irill hold a rcijubr meftintj at 1 a p.m. Tuesday in the Imme of Mrs. Carolyn Ti-ckcr, 4tli Ave, with Mi-s. Sandra cliffe as co-hostess. A program on environment, health, work ;jiul plav will presented Mrs. Debbie Taylor and Mrs. Judv Corbcll. The Original Pensionurs and Senior Citizens Society hold a pen oral medinE at 1 p.m Wednesday in llic cen- Irc. This will be- a Halloween meeUnp, and mctnljci's arc ed Lo briii" a pic. A pro has been arranged, lunch will served, and if liino per- mits, binpn he playocl. Tlic women's branch of llic Assorialion of Unilcri inn Canadians will hold a lea ;il Ihe Sir Alexander Gall Mu- seum. '2--1 p.m. Snndiiy. Door prizes wiII bo fonturwl, 'and is welcome Tflc rea] y -K there are a multitude of human needs which aren't mel by existing agencies." seivices with a core of active j ga volunlccrs w lio are con cerned with the needs and wishes of their community. II is involved with people! j Yes, it's a residence, but thalj our programs or ser- BINGO Mon., Oct. 23rd JACKPOT 54 NOS. "70 AlAKM BINGO" SI Gold Card Pay Door Cardi (Many other Regular Cardi 25c or S for J! I3lh Si. and 6th N No children under 16 allowed THE BETTER HALF By Barnes BINGO RAINBOW HALL 1401 sit, N. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14lh at 8 p.m. Pint Jackpot in 55 Noi. 2nd Jackpol in SB Frei Cardi-CaMi onrf Oamet, 25e per Card, 5 Card! 11.00 3 Garnet Doer Prize No children Under 16 Ytari Sponsored by A.U-U.C. Aisocialion TRADE-IN WIG SALE "Would eitlief of you be intaresled in buying D raffle 1kket on WANDA HOVEY and JOE VANDEN DUNGEN STYIE-RITE "BEAUTY SALON are pleased to announce they have recenlly purchaied Brenda's Boutique Located at 922 5th Avenue North (Next lo lln traffic circle.) Phone 328-7366 for exper) hair stylings for all ages! A nimm.iLie sale. by (lie Hulw Walker pravn I'i'c.sbylci'inn CMiurch will hold at 6 p.m. day in llic church hall. IHIK I Ave. s. Pt'eceplor Rota Kifznut Plii. will at R.I.I p.r.i. j in Hie hnmc of .In'.i.i j l.ilfi 15th S. her.s arc rominrlfxf (o dike BrLi-1 iflcs for tlin nui-sing home. A.N.A.F.-- UNIT 34 BINGO THE COSMOTIQUE Leaders in "Beauty Care" introduces THE TRADE-IN WIG SALE Bring in your old wig and receive Mj vTl toward the of a new high fashion wig. This is a limited time offer. ot the Cosrnotique profession a I 'A-ig Hylijlj wilt be lioppy to help you chooss a lhat it perfect lot you. Cor. Slh Ave and tlh Si. I. TUESDAY, OCT. 24th 8 p.m. IM THE CLUBROOMS Finl 17 Gamll Fin) Cord J1 00 Olhtrl lit III No. Jackpol Weekly 2nd No. Increcie Weekly BLACKOUT IN 58 NUMBERS OR IESS Exlro 5 Gampi Cordi 15i eoch or i for 41.00 All regular poy double if you win In 7 not. Or liii. MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS WIGS Regularly 39-B5ro4250 WIGLETS Specially Priced nt Q.95 305 6th St. S. Phone 328-1212 ;