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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Lande rs ANNIE OLD KID: Here we go again. I refer to your nutty views on guns. I have hunted since I was 12.1 have never shot a gun carelessly or caused an animal to suffer. Some of the beef you eat was the result of a smack be- tween the eyes with a sledge hammer, or a knife through the jugular. Give us hunters equal time. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I interested in the "Do's For Parents." There was a lot of good, common sense in those suggestions. And now, I hope you will print some "Do's For Children." This list was prepared by my sixth grade teacher and it was one of the most valuable things I learned m 20 years ago: 1. Be loyal to the members of your family. When you knock your parents or a brother or sister to out- siders, you do more damage to yourself than you do to them 2. Don't try to turn one par- ent against the other. It could cause serious trouble, and you'E wish you hadn't 3. Don't ask your parents if you can do something be- cause else is do- ing it." It's the poorest rea- son in the world. DEAR ANN LANDERS: My problem has no solution. I am not seeking advice or sympathy. I am writing be- cause I know thousands of women who are in the same helpless situation and if you print this letter, perhaps somewhere some unthinking parent will recognize herself (or himself) and make life a little easier for a son or daughter. My husband died when I was in my middle 30s. He left me with four daughters to rear. My father passed away a few months later, so my mother moved in with me. I love her dearly, but for the past ten years she has talked of nothing but how sick she is. She has gone to at least ten different doctors and received I wide range of diagnoses. one of these doctors had the honesty to suggest a psychiatrist. I haven't the guts to tell her myself. My mother doesn't recognize any form of mental disorder except "crazy.'1 Ann, she is 65 years old and I look like her sister instead Don't take our guns Michigan DEAR MICH: Relax, Sport I don't want your hunting guns. I'm after the Saturday night specials the hand- guns that are killing thou- sands of innocent people. Those are the murder weap- ons I'd like to see melted into scrap iron. 4. Before you ask for some- thing (including thiiik. Do you REALLY want it, or do you want it because some of your friends have it? 5. Keep your word. When you think you might be late, call home and say so. It will let your parents know you are a responsible, trust worthy, considerate person. 6. Offer to do things around the house without being ask- ed Initiative is a sign of ma- turity. 7 Remember to give a compliment when it is de- served "Nice dinner, may be the nicest thing any- one has said to her all day. B. M, Spokane DEAR R. H. M: Thank you for the list. I hope it goes up on some school bul- 'letin boards, and maybe some kitchen walls near the fridge. of her daughter. I should be so healthy! My teenage daughters hate to stay home for any length of time be- cause Grandma talks their ears off and has such a ne- gative attitude about every- thing. I suffer in silence and my ulcers (which began my mother moved in with me) are driving me out of my mind. Why can't parents who live with their children un- derstand what effect their chronic complaining has on those around them? I hope you will print this for the benefit of others like myself who haven't the heart to speak out I feel better for having written it. Thanks, Misery DEAR RENO- You say you don't have the guts to tell your mother she needs a psychiatrist Well, dear, I hope you won't mind if I tell you YOU need one A grown woman who would allow her- self to be trapped for life by a mother who has given her ulcers is in desperate need of counselling. I'm glad you wrote. Now get going. Saturday, September 8, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 25 calendar or local k appemviab The Minus One Club will hold a regular business meeting at 8 p.m. Monday in Southminster Church hall. v Adults, 16 yewrs and over, are invited to join the beginners' class of the Oldman River Pot- ters' Guild, starting Monday. Further information is avail- able from 228-5394. The regular luncheon meet- ing of the Lethbndge Christian Women's Club will be held at p.m. Monday at Ericksen's Family Restaurant. Guest speaker is Mrs. Norah Straight of Milk River and music will be provided by the Four Reflec- tions. Special feature is a show- ing of faH footwear fashions by a local shoe store. High Hying Iowa Miss Lynette Marie Henninger, Miss Iowa, leaps high in the air her head twisted sideways, performing a ballet and jazz dance routme during the pre'.mmary talent competition at the M.ss Amenca Pageant. Tne pageant will aimax tomght in City N.J., with the crowning of a new queen chosen from 50 U.S. beauties.__________ Heart team leaves for Europe TORONTO (CP) A medical team from St. Michael's Hospi- tal in Toronto will leave Oct. 11 to teach open-heart surgery in Hungary and Yugoslavia, the team's head sa'd here Dr. Clare Baker, chief of car- diovascular surgery at St. Mi- chael's, said in an interview the nine-member team will spend two weeks in Europe. He said some Hungarian doc- tors visiting Toronto several months ago complained they were encountering problems in performing bypass graft sur The regular monthly meet- ng of Vasa Lodge No. 579 will >e held at p m. Sunday. f V V -The Ladies' Auxiliary to the Hoyal Canadian Legion No. 4, Lethbridge, will hold the an- nual potluck supper at D.m. Monday in the Memorial lall, with a general meeting to ;ollow at 8 o'clock. A good at- :endance is requested for both the supper and the meeting. ft w Southminster Circle square dance club will hold a get- acquainted dance at p.m. Monday in Southminster hall :or all couples interested in learning to square dance. This will be at beginners' level and lunch will be supplied. V A fall fund-raising dinner will be held for the Anne Campbell Singers at 6 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 23, in Southminster church hall. Proceeds with help defray expenses for the group's tour of West Germany Scandinavia. Tickets are avail- able from members or at Leis- ter's Persons with vessels in the heart blood can be anc Anycie interested In forming an action group for the physi- cally disabled is asked to at- :end a meeting at p.m. Sunday in the Assumption Church hall. Further tion is available at 228-0109, V V V Order of the Royal Purple, will lold a regular meeting in the Elks Lodge at 8 p.m. Monday. Lunch wifl follow. St. Patrick's CWL groups will meet as follows: Mrs. M. Moroz at her home, 313 23rd St. S.-8.30. p.m, Tues- day. Mrs. L. Irvine with Mrs. R. Boyles, 1239 9th Ave. S. P.M. Tuesday Mrs H. H. Bartram with Mrs A. Galhnger, 621 10th St. pm. Wednesday. Mrs. B. Noel with Mrs. J. DeJourdan, 519 16th St. S. pm. Wednesday. Mrs L Steele with Mrs. W. Balfour, 931 19th St. S. 8.30 p m. Wednesday. Mrs. J. Reive with Mrs. L. Takacs, 521 25th St. S 2 p m. Wednesday. Too much red tope Bj MARGARET NESS NEW YORK (CP) "The bare-head look is says the Millinery Instituts of America. "The hatted look is in." The bare-head look may not fit into the current fall fashion picture but bare heads centamly won't disappear. The easy cas- ual feel and look of no-hat is too firmly entrenched. But hats are making a fashion return and many women are welcoming them back. Teen-agers are find- ing them intriguing. The bouffant hair style of the early 1960s killed hats dead at the time. Until then, throughout the ages, hats weie an integral part of a costume. But most women didn't want to pay their hair dressers for an elaborate hair-do and then crush the mas- terpiece under a hat Then came wigs, almost a hat re- placement. Gradually women even gave up wearing hats for restaurant dining, a social requirement. Then the Roman Catholic Church gavs in to the tourists flocking into European cath- edrals Hats were no longer compulsory in churches. H-VD NO HATS Until a couple or so years age many teen-agers hadn't owned a hat But handbag or with a poncho or hubby coat. Mr. John com- ines a large floppy brimmed knit hat with a wide knit stole n fur combos Irene teams a high-crown silver fox and matching scarf. Adolfo likes a ake snow leopard hat and matching handbag. However, the mam millinery heme relates to the sweater EDMONTON (CP) The Alberta Association for Young Children has called for a sin- gle provincial law combining all current legislation dealing with programs for young chil- dren. The association, in a brief about the need for consolida- tion and improvement in such legislation, made its recom- mendation to a legislative com- Mark Sryflpr frceives the original art few his Wee Whimsy Srnd yours lo this paper mittee on regulations. People attempting to set up or run programs for children younger than six years ''face a bewildering amount of leg- islation, regulations, depart- ments, branches, officials and levels of Sheila Campbell, spokesman for the association, said "There is no single place to contact and no clear-cut route to follow." Programs are inspected an- nually by various offic i a 1 s "with frequently conflicting re- ports." "Despite the proliferation of legislation and regulations, v.e still feel children aren't fully protected against inadequate programs. "Physical standards for faci- lities are reasonably adequate, but in terms of the child's emo- tional and learning needs, there are some serious difficul- ties." The association recommend- ed a child development branch be established in the health and social development department to provide a single contact .where people could get infor- mation about establishing child development programs. The association also recom- mended that legislation pro- vide funds for adequate inspec- tion and consulting staff. things look brighter Recently teen-agers began to discover hats. The peak cap was a great success. Now, this fall, the sweater outfits simply aren't complete without a hat especially a cuffed one. And th return of the classic lady-lik clothes is bringing back an in terest in hats The new put-together fashior theme introduces matchinf combos of hat with scarf o prices send poultry A J up CURRIE'S FINE FOODS Fresh Produce OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK A.M. TO P.M. 1516 9th S. BETWEEN THE TWO HOSPITALS ook. "Designers are as needle- happy as an acupuncture spe- says the Millinery In- stitute. The result is an ava- anche of knit caps, oversized tarns and mohair cloches. Other fabrics and styles also fit neatly jito the sweater mood. But the single most important style for fall, 1973, is probably the turban. "Bandage of the Millinery Institute REGINA (CP) Saskache wan consumers will shortly b faonc from felt to fur and from jersey to veh et. The Great Gatsby movie has influenced millinery, just as it has tne fall clothes It s a 1930- 40 look of tne F Scott Fitz- gerald era with b.g gangster brims m the Al Capone tradi- tion. Also included are cloches, mannish snap brims, a scaled- down derby type. These new versions are young, sportive and easy to wear. Tney're cer- tain to appeal to the young crowd. With the return of the short semi-formal cress there will be a demand for dress-up hals. Says the Millinery Institute: "Rich fabrics, shimmering jewelled ornaments, flirtatious leathers, trailing veils, all lend their fascination to the sundown hats." One of the most dramatic was a spruce green tinted raccoon hat and scarf. Another was en- tirely made of white ostrich feathers and included a match- ing muff Veiling takes on im- portance for late-day, loo It's a good many years smce wisps of veiling were in style. helped dramatically by such surgery in which a piece of vein from the leg is implanted as a detour around a blocked heart artery. Many such operations have beer performed success- fully in recent jears at St. Mi- chael's. Dr. Baker said the Toronto medical team will operate on three patients in Budapest, vho need bypasses, and also will replace heart valves m two young children In Zagreb, the team will perform a double replacement and a bypass a Mr and Mrs. Clarence Leeck of Picture Butte are pleased to announce the engagement of their youngest daughter, Chris- tine Irene, to Const. Ross P. Maitland, RCMP, son of Mr. and Mrs. C J. Maitland of Langley, B C. Wedding plans will be an- nounced at a later date. X Mr. and Mrs. John H. Fong of Taber are pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming mar- riage of their daughter, Linda Jade, to Mr Mark Edison Stearns of Edmonton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Stearns of Magrath The wedding will take place at 2 p m on September 15 in Knox United Church, Taber. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cul- ler of Wrentham are pleased to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Donna La Ree, to Mr. Leslie Larocque, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hercules Laroc- a que of Christopher Lake, Sask. The wedding will take place at 2 o'clock Saturday, Septem- ber 29, in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints chapel, 2223 6th A N. x f Mr. and Mrs. Don D. Lyon of Barons are pleased to an- nounce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of then- daughter, Penny Ann, to Mr. Jerry Jamss Machacek, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Machacek, also of Barons. The wedding will take place at 4 p m October 6 m Barons Unued Church love is... taking care of yourself for her. BM If71 OS A CANADA GRADE A BEEF CUT WRAPPED FROZEN Ib. CANADA GRADE A BEEF CUT AE WRAPPED, "H FROZEN Ib. We will also custom cut your meat. WATCH FOR NEW MANAGER SALE COMING WEDNESDAY WESTMINSTER PLAZA PHONE 328-0637 Restyles like real hair. Heat resistant 1 year manufacturer's quality guarantee. Layer Inslant Glamour- dura" Bring any old wig for discount on a new "Elura Instant Glamour TRADE IN WIG SALE DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND SEPTEMBER 11 to SEPTEMBR phone 328 7366 JOESPH ;