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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, Scptembor 10, 1971 Ann Landers DEAR ANN' LANDERS: A gooci friend left here a few mimiles ago, in (cars, because I refused to tell her what to do about her husband. She is having "other woman" trouble. To be perfectly frank, Ann, my husband and hers do business togclher and I don't want to become involved in Lheir marital problems. She kepi savins over and over, "If you were a real friend, you'd let! me what to do." Although I am seven years older than she is, 1 don't feel qualified lo advise her. I'd hale to be responsible for what happened to her marriage if ray advice didn't work. I feel guilty. She looked so beat and pathelic when she left. Now I need YOUR Did I fail her? Depressed Susan DEAR SUSAN: No. you did not. Friendship does not car- ry the obligation of assisting social acquaintances with Iheir irariUI problems. Instead of refusing flat out. however, you might have suggested that she seek the professional advice of a clergy man or a marriage counsellor. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am a professional driver who is concerned about a problem that is becoming very se- rious. I am referring lo bicycle riders. I can't fell you how many tiroes my heart has jumped inlo my mouth because suddenly I saw a kid coming to- ward me on the wrong side of the street. This morning 1 nearly hit a lad who was bobbing and weaving in heavy if he were playing a game. Every truck driver is plagued by bike riders who appear unexpectedly from side streets ajid between parked cars. Some bikes have no lights, and toward dusk, when visibility is poorest, a driver doesn't see them until it's too late. Every child who has a bicycle should be laugh! rules of safety. To give a kid a bike and let him go off without instruction is as bad as giving him a loaded shotgun. Please alert parents lo this danger, Knight Of The Road DEAR K.MFGHT: Every year thousands of kids are se- riously injured and killed on bikes. Most parents give their children no instruction. They just say "be careful" and hope for the best The National Safety Council has a free book- let on bike safety. DEAR ANN LANDERS: School will be starting any day now and I hope you will print this letter for parents who THINK they know what their teenagers look like in school based on what they look like when they leave the house. I can fell you, Ann, it ain't necessarily so for the follow- ing reasons: (1) Each pupil has a locker in school in which IK can store extra clothing kind he or she WANTS to wear. (2) Three turns of our daughter's skirt at the waist and she has a micro-mini. (3) Our son. we discovered, combs his hair one way at home and another way when he gets to school. (4) Girls carry makeup in their handbags and apply heavy eyeliner, blue and green eyeshadow, false eyelashes, and everything else they want to put on the minute they get out of the house. For [he alrave reasons my wife and I feel the school should have the authority lo decide what is permissable and what is not. This decision should not be left up to the par- ents because too oflen the parents do not know what their teen-agers are up to. Columbus DEAR COLUMBUS: Schools should decide what is per- missable attire and what is not. What kids wear, however, is one of the minor problems that today's parents must cope with. DEAR ANN LANDERS; Your suggestion that well-mean- ing friends and relatives wait until the convalescent gels borne from the hospital sounds gcod, but it's really bad. Last April I had a premature baby. Family, friends and neighbors started to drop in the day I came home from the hospital. (I had no help.) Whenever I crawled into bed for a nap, the doorbell would ring. I had as many as nine visitors in one afternoon. The evenings were worse. After ten days of entertaining I collapsed and was rush- ed (hcmoiThaging) back to the hospital. So please, Ann, tell your readers that the new motlier needs at least tiro weeks rest at home with NO COMPANY. Thank Kill- ed By Kindness DEAR N. K.: What nearly killed you was not kindness, dear, but stupidily. A person just home from the hospital with no help should nap with the bedroom door closed and ig- nore the doorbell. Thoughtful people phone in advance. LOVE AND MARRIAGE Kim Grove, who draws the Love Is carfoon, wooed and won her new husband Roberlo Casali with her drawings. A FORUM ABOUT MATURE WOMEN Dear Margaret Brookfield: I am now 53. Three years ago, I married fora second Lime and now find myself de- pressed and lonely. My husband and I got along so well when we first Recently however, there's been no communication between us. I feel the marri- personally lo restore your earl- ier compatibly and improve your marriage? If there isn't, perhaps you'd tetter have a serious talk with your husband about our future and his. Escrcls of the Fashion World will continue each Thursday un- der the guidance of Elsie Ras- age was a mistake. Yet, when- ever I want to leave him, it seems I'm always getting sick. When I go away for a lew days, j however, I [eel fine. You may think I'm foolish, but llrese are the things I feel and they upsol i A changc jn the starting dale me physically and emotionally. [or ballroom dancing for the Please advise. Family Y has heen announced. H. K., Chicago, III. I Persons registered for these Dear II. K. I classes have been asked to note If a woman doesn't know her own mind by the time she's 55, she may never know it. But it's not easy either to consider another change at your age. Before making any decision, however, why not think through some of the reasons you were so compatible before marriage and what might have happened subsequently. Were your expec- tations too high? Did you iris- read his character? Also is Ihe classes will now on Ocl. 0 and not Sept. 29 as previously announced. Classes will be given by Jon and Beth Thorlacius from 7- p.m. for beginners and for advanced stu- dents. Included in the dance instruc- tion will be swing, Latin Amer- ican, fox [ret, allz and tango. Beginning Oct. 4, bridge classes will be given by .lack there anything you might do [Landeryou from p.m. THE BETTEtfHALF B7Bobl7rr7e7 "First, looking on the positive side there's norhing wrong with your appetite." TWIGGY BRANCHES OUT INTO FILMS Twiggy, the ilim leggy Briiish model, performs in a danca toquance wilh Christopher Gable in tho film musical of "The Boy Friond" in London. Snow Star Vanilla, Chocolate, Neapolitan Ice Cream French Fries Green Peas Tomato Catsup Fresh Bread Flour Scotch Treat, Frozen Canada Choice 2-lb. bag Scotch Treat, Frozen Canada Choice 2-ib. bag Taste Tells Tangy Flavour 11-fl. or. btle. Polly Ann White or Brown Sliced Harvest Blossom or Purity All Purpose Jelly Powder Empress Assorted Flavours 3-oz. net wt. pkg. Coffee Safeway All purpose grind SAUCE PAN wilh Cover REGULAR SAVE Canterbury Orange Pekoe Pkg. of 125 bags each B.C. Pears Cantaloupe Bananas Canada Domestic Grade Approx. ]6-lb. ease each Fresh Jumbo Size 45s Golden Yellow flSI.00 TR JL 7! I00 STANDING RIB ROAST 1st Five Ribs Ovenready Easy to Carve Canada Choice Canada Good Beef Ib. Blade Chuck Roast Wjeners Sliced Side Bacon Olympic Regular and all Beef, Vac pac.................. Mb. pkg. Blade Bone Removed Canada Choice Canada Good Beef Wood Acrei or Olympic Rindlosi Prices Effective in Lethbridge September 10 11. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. SAFEWAY 69' CANADA SAFE ;