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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, September 12. 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 1 The Herald1 Family THE BETTER HALF By Barnes Arctic living laxed re 'I'll tell you why later just get in and hurry with me to the loan company." Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: boyfriend is marvellous .but he's nuts. His "practical jokes" drive me up the wall. Sometimes he'll wear a black ,patch (Moshe Dayan style) over one eye, just to attract .attention. Or. he'll show up with his arm in a sling, his head bandaged, or on crutches. Last summer when I .was away on vacation he sent me a telegram saying he was in the hospital, very ill so I rushed home. He met me at the airport and shouted, "April (The date was actually August In June he grew half a moustache. It looked ridiculous. I refused to kiss him until he shaved it off. He kept the blamed thing for DEAR ANN LANDERS: How does one find love again? I've been divorced ten years and during that time I've had sex with hundreds of women. I've been hopping from bed to bed hoping to find someone I can really care about. So far, it hasn't happened. During this time three women have fallen in love with me, including the girl I am going with now. But I just can't return her love. I feel lonely and empty. She wants to get married. I'd like to marry again, but I don't feel that she's the one I want to spend the rest of my life with. DEAR ANN LANDERS: wife has a terminal il- lness. The doctors say she live longer than another two or three weeks. Our son is 12. Our daughter is 15. We are trying to keep each other's spirits up and it's awfully hard. Mom is only 38. My sister-in-law has been staying with us off and on for .the past four months. She has family of her own, so it's been very hard on her. She has been an angel. Would it be proper for me to tell my sister-in-law (after the funeral) to go through my wife's belongings and take whatever she wants? Maybe '.she wouldn't care to have any "reminders." Then again, she .might cherish some of her CALENDARS nearly a month. Last night he tried to pay the restaurant bill with "funny money." He had had it printed with HIS pic- ture. The restaurant manager nearly punched him in the mouth. They got into a fight and I was so embarrassed I left without him. Deep down he's a very sweet guy and he'd do anything in the world for me but I'm afraid to marry him because he's such a loon. I'd like your Onagain DEAR OFF A: He sounds too flaky for the long haul. If you do marry him, better buy some rubber-soled gym shoes and prepare for a lifetime of wall-climbing. Is there something wrong with me? Are my standards too high? Am I looking for something that doesn't exist? Should I keep looking? What's your advice? Have But Have Not DEARH. B.H. N.: The girl you are looking for won't jump into bed with you on the first date, so go back and cheek some of the dollies who said no. "Miss Right" might be among them. And while you're at it, give some thought to YOUR "standards." They're about as high as a bee's knee. sister's things. Please advise. H. B. H. DEAR HL B. H.: Before you speak to your sister-in-law, ask your daughter if she would like any of her mother's things. (I'm sure she would want her wedding ring, for ex- After the girl has made her selection, then suggest it to your sister-in- law. Discover how to be date bait without falling hook, line and sinker. Ann Lander's booklet, "Dating Do's And will help you be more poised and sure of yourself on dates. Send 35 cents in coin along with a long, stamped, self- addressed envelope and your request to this newspaper. The regular monthly meeting of the Lethbridge Symphony Women's League be held at 8 o'clock tonight in the home of Lillian Apt. IB. 820 15th St. :S. Sheila Wickey will be cohostess. The Staff Nurses' Associa- tion of the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital will meet p.m. Wednesday, in Classroom 2, upstairs, in the School of Nursing. A good attendance is requested and members are asked to please note the change in time and place. The Alberta Association of Registered Nurses 'will hold a general meeting at ;8 p.m. Wednesday in the nurses' residence at St. 'Michael's hospital. The Ladies' Auxiliary to the Firefighters will hold the first meeting of the season at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the home of Mrs. Donna Rowntree, 2114 20th St. S. Hi Neighbor Club members and friends are asked to at- .tend a meeting to plan the coming season at p.m. Wednesday at the Lotus Inn, across from the CPR depot. Any suggestions will be great- ly a good tur- nout is requested. Christian Science public meeting will be held at p.m. Wednesday in the church auditorium. 1203 4th Ave. S. Everyone welcome. Tan Chapter. Beta Sigma Phi, will hold the first meeting of the season tonight, in the home of Mrs. Eunice Kirr. 2706 10th Ave. N., with Mrs. Linda Park as cohostess. The program will be presented by Mrs. Carolyn Tucker and Mrs. Delia Pear- son. The monthly meeting of the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter of the IODE will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday in the home of Mrs. C. Darcel. 1819 7th Ave. The monthly meeting of the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter of the IODE will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday in the home of Mrs. C. Darcel. 1819 7th Ave. S. The regular meetimg of Dominion Rebekah Lodge will be held in the Odd Fellows Hall at 8 p.m. Thursday. Visiting Rebekahs welcome. The regular meeting of Dominion Rebekah Lodge will be held in the Odd Follows Ikill ot p.m. Thursday. Visiting Rebekahs welcome. CARLETON PLACE, Ont. (CP) When Doug Smith ac- cepted the office manager's job at the Frobisher Bay General Hospital in the Eastern Arctic, he thought it would be an education for his five children. But the far North posting has proved an education for the whole family. The Smiths adjusted quickly to the 24-hour daylight in sum- mer, but having neighbors walk in at any hour of the day or night took some getting used to. And when Eskimo children visit, they help themselves to food and expect the Smith children to do the same. That also took some getting used to. Bev Smith now finds that the relaxed, informal way of the Eskimo people has a lot of merit, she reported on a short visit back from the family's first year in Frobisher. But feeding her children range in age from 15 down to another problem. "The unavailability of many foods and the high cost of these which are available separates the novice from the expert." she said. With hog-dog buns at 90 cents a package and eggs at a dozen, leftovers are used up. Fresh milk is a quart, so the Smiths use powdered milk. Their accommodation is similar to row housing, with the territories government providing wall-to-wall carpeting, washer, dryer and furniture all fitted snugly into three bedrooms, living room, kitchen, bath and laundry room. Outdoor people by nature, the Smiths fitted right in with the Eskimo way of life. But an Inuit family here for a visit, Chico and Seemega Eegeesiak couldn't unders- tand how anyone survives in eastern Ontario's humidity and heat. They brought two of their seven children. Mrs. Eegeesiak found shop- ping in nearby Ottawa stores a treat. The two families returned to Frobisher Bay after their vacations here. One court for family law TORONTO (CP) me un- tario government will change legislation within the next few years to widen the powers of the province's family courts, Attorney General Dalton Bales predicted Sunday. Mr. Bales. 53, said discus- sion has been under way for some time about broadening jurisdiction of the family courts, and domestic disputes. But he said he does noi favor instituting divorce proceedings without lawyers, as recommended by family court judge Patrick Gravely last week. "It's a serious step and I think a person does need the advice of legal counsel in these Mr. Bales said. Aphrodesiac tested on humans DALLAS (AP) An aphrodesiac that works on rats soon will be tested here on sexually inadequate humans, researchers say. The aphrodesiac, a syn- thetic hormone called LRF, has been used at the Universi- ty of Texas Southwestern Medical School to induce, mating in rats. However, psysiologists Robert Moss and Don McCann said it is uncertain whether the hormone could unduce mating in humans. They said they injected LRF in rats whose ovaries had been removed and, within two hours, signs of sexual behavior began. The effects lasted eight hours. McCann said the hormone stimulates another hormone called LH that produces ovulationv. McCann said that human ex- periments will include "look- ing at impotent males whose whole sexual system isn't im- pared but blocked by some psychological problem.'' ile said if it does not work in humans, the hormone may be useful to livestock breeders. Peas Tiny Teddy, 19 oz. .00 311 Spaghetti Libby's 14 Oz. Wagon Wheels Western double chocolate, iregular or mint pkgt. 2 I V00 Beans with Pork Libby's, deepbrowned v: 14 OZ; Margarine Western Family, 11b. pkg. parchment .00 Applesauce Sun-Rype 14 ozr 411 4 F O R Cake Mix Duncan Mines, White, Lemon, Deep Chocolate Scott twin pack Cashmere, pink white or yellow Cheer Detergent Facial Tissue Pineapple Juice o i paper 70weU Salad Dressing _ Bathroom Tissue Lisne Juice BoseS2eo2 89' FROZENFOODS Canned Pop co, Orange Juice PLUS DEPOSIT Javex Bleach 16OOZ Bread for rolls B 2> Delnor, 12 oz. for I'00 llosves FRESH ALBERTA LAMB LOCAL Leg '0 Lamb Ib. Loin and Rib Lamb Chops 1.49 Shoulder Lamb Chops Ib............................................... Shoulder Lamb Roast Ib. 89 Lamb Stew Ib. Cauliflower Local large, snow white heads 3 heads flmnno mesh bag 3 Ib. Cooking Onions Apples Grapes Tomatoes B.C. Macs, Hand! Pak, box...... Thompson Seedless and Red Tokay.1 local, hydroponically grown (Barons, 3 Butter Tarts Pineapple Layer Cake 89 0 Apple 69' I ;