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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Our 26-year-old daughter move in with us laot year when her husband left her. She ha no idea where he is and all efforts to locate him and mak him pay support money for their two children have failec I love the children and don't mina taking care of them while Wanda works. They are two and four so you know thej take lots of energy. My'health is not good and the cnildre tie mo down. But I'm not complaining. The real problem i ttiis: Wanda told me tonight she is pregnant. The man i married and couldn't marry if she were free because hi wife is pregnant also. Don't tell me it's a mess. I knoi that. Tell me how tough I should get with her. I want Wanda to go to a home for unwed mothers am put the baby up for adoption. Wanda wants to keep the bab. because she says it's the sure way to get the man to inarrj her, eventually if it's a boy. (He has three girls.) I know my daughter, Ann. If she brings the baby home I will have to raise it. I don't have the strength. What' your advice? DEAR FRESNO: Don't ask her TELL her if she in sists on keeping her married lover's child she'll have to live somehwere else. DEAK ANN LANDERS: Last night I got to thinking abou the couples we used to see but, because of my husband' critical nature, they are no longer our friends. The longest we've been able to stay on good terms wit] a couple is two years. After that, the woman's laugh gets on his nerves, or the guy brags too much, or my husband doesn't like their politics, or somebody's temper got hot i a card game, or he was insulted because they left the TV on when we were in their home. You can't believe the things he finds wrong with people. Last night was the last straw. We had new neighbors u for a drink and the woman was asking about a good dentisl because she was having trouble with her "gooms." After they left my husband said, "If a person is so ignorant that she says "gooms" instead of gums, I do not want her in our house." I am beside myself with this man's pickiness. What can I do? of Mr. Perfect DEAR WIFE: I checked your envelope and am happy to see you live in Fort Worth. You'll be running out of people soon and it's good that Dallas is so close. A person who is so critical of others must be desperately unhappy with himself. Try to help your husband understand the nature of his real problem becuase it's more serious than realizes. A We without friends is a miserable existence.' THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "So you're the one that's been wearing out ourlinoleuml11 LA. TO F.O.E. BINGO Monday, Sept. 14th JACKPOT 56 NOS. "20 ALARM BINGO" Geld Card Pay Doublo Doer Cards (Many other extras) Rtgular Cards 25e or 5 for 13th St. and AVI. 'A' N. No children under 16 allowed Boots Convention WENTBRUXJE, Englan (CP) Jean Barber, wife t the chancellor of the exchequer put her foot in it at a party a her Yorkshire home. Everyone chatted happily until Mrs. An thony Barber sat her long evening dress peeped a pair of garden boots which she had put on by mistake. She laughed and said: "I am rather absent-minded. I remember get ting into a lift once and asking for a pound of coffee." ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Bids. 328-4095 ATTENTION Residents of Lethbridge and District A Representative of TRANS CANADA READERS SERVICE will be phoning to take your order for ANY SIX MAGAZINES from which there are more than 40 to choose. a magazine for every member of the family and the cost is 50 CENTS A WEEK for any 6 of the magazines This Is Not A Cash Subscription and the SAVINGS ARE AMAZING Wail for their call and get set to order any 6 magazines for your family. Truly Outstanding Value from TRANS CANADA READERS SERVICE Irani Canada leaden Service U licenwd and Bonded ft -Monday, September 14, THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD TEA TIME Mrs. Shirley Stewart, seal ed, of college President C. D. Stew- art, pours tea for Mrs. Ruth Blakie at the Faculty Wives patio tea. Although inclement weather forced the tea indoors, tours of ths Community College were held and con- ducted by members of the faculty wives. YWCA News The fall series of Ladies Keep Fit and Swim classes will be- gin the week of October 5, with are-registration on Thursday, October 1, from 6 to 8 p.m. at ie Civic Centre. All interested women are urg- ed to pre register so that classes can be set up in ad- vance. This vrfll be a ten-week session, continuing until the week of December 14. Class imes will be as follows: Mon- day Keep Fit: 7 to 8 p.m., 8 ;o 9 p.m., Swim. 8 to 9 p.m., 9 to 10 p.m. Tuesday and Thurs- day morning: Keep Fit: a.m., Swim: to a.m. These classes are held at the Civic Centre and are provided in co-operation with the City .Parks and Rec- reation Department Babysit- ting provided for all morning classes. Girls Gymnastics (8 to 15 Allan Watson School, commencing Tuesday, Septem- ber 22, 7 to 8 p.m. Blue Triangles (8 to 12 years) will be held at the following schools, and all girls in this age group are invited to at- tend: Tuesday: Agnes Davidson and Westminster, 7 to 8 p.m., commencing September 15. Thursday: Galbraith, 7 to 8 p.m., Senator Buchanan, to 8 beginning Sept. 17. No clubs have yet been or- ganized for girls over twelve, but any interested girls ars in- vited to phoae the YWCA of- fice (7-2284) in this regard. Synchronized Swim will meet at the Fritz Sick Pool from to 6 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays when the pool re- opens. Registration for bridge classes will be held at the resi- dence on Wednesday, Septem- ber 30. There will be no classes in crafts, but interested ladies are invited to organize a club and use our facilities if t h e y wish. English classes in the North- side Library will resume short- ly, date to be announced. The Annual Membership Tea, with this year's Centenn i a 1 theme, will be held at the resi- dence on Wednesday, October 7, from 2 to p.m. Everyone welcome. ivinoi Guiding Program Basis For Future Life Interests By CHRISTINE PUHL Herald Staff Writer "The guiding program Is so diverse that you can do any- thing and enter any field you said Christine Fazio, a Lcthbridge Brownie leader and administrator for Camp Okee- kun in Fort Macleod. Miss Fazio who is a third- year education student at U of L. was a representative Tempo Transition, an intern; tional conference of guide lea ers held recently in UBC, Yai couver and Banff School Fine Arts. The object of the conferenc. which was sponsored by Can ada, Great Britain, Japan an Jamaica, was to give guides chance to discuss and com pare problems faced in var Ous countries and find out wh solutions are possible. It also gave guide leade: the opportunity to discover otl er aspects of guiding being ca ried out and how successf they are. "In a world where everyon seems to be fighting, it is amaz ing that so many delegate from different nations can g together and sit and becom [riends while discussing sim far problems, as we did tha She said Miss Fa zio. There.were 13 Canadian source people, mostly from urn vereities, at the conference t inswer various questions an .ielp the participants with tha search for information. Group dynamics was an im Mrtant part of the program. can't really explain what did, except that we were not ?re organized but formed ou >wn groups and discussed top ics of our own choice, such education or welfare. "After wards we the role each person played f WOMAN an exhibition of more than 500 photographs depicting all aspects of the feminine experience, from childhood to old age, from making war to marching for peace, from career to marriage, is being displayed simul- taneously at the New York Cultural Center and Washing- ton's Smithsonian Institution. Above, are three from what is termed the most extensive investigation ever attempted through photography into ihe nature and multifaceted role of woman around the globe. I I P I H Mienaar oLocal The regular meeting of the ast Noble Grand's Club, held on Tuesday at p.m. the IOOF Hall. The Lethbridge Women's In- itute will hold their regular monthly meeting in the lounge Southminster United Church n Wednesday at p.m. Unitarian Service The Unitarian Com littee is a non denomination- overseas relief and rehabili- tlon agency. It has 16 full time aff members in Ottawa. The (Hinder and Executive Direc- ar is Dr. Lotta Hitschmanova. )n a voluntary basis, a highly versified group of profession- compose the Board of Di- ectors and the Projects Advis- ry Committee. USC hcadquar- m is at 56 Sparks Street, Ot- wa. ippminat ii d Motto: Ignorance is infinitely more expensive than education. Roll Call: Articles for retard- ed school. Tea Hostesses: Mrs. E. Risler and Mrs. R. Holland. Members are asked to please note change of place. The Walker Long section of St. Augustine's UCW will meet at the home of Mrs. R. M. Long, 422 S8th St. S., for a potluck supper on Tuesday at p.m. The Over 60 Group will meet in Southminster Hall on Wed- nesday at 1 p.m. for a pot-luck luncheon followed by a variety program. Movies, music, etc. DONT PUSH Pressing means lifting Ihe iron from place to place. Don't push the iron along the material as this will stretch the fabric out of shape. Always work with the grain or thread of the fab- ric. LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Invites Applications for Ihe following CATALOGUER DUTIES: To organiza the cataloguing department of n de- veloping college library. This the establish- ment of authorities, cataloguing of monographs and lerials end documents In the library of Congress classification, and supervision of technical processes. QUALIFICATIONS: A B.LS. from an accredited school with two or more years experience in L.C. classi- fication. Knowledge of science and technol- ogy an asset. LIBRARY ASSISTANT DUTIES: To work under the direction of the cataloguer in the preparation of catalogue cords and the procesiing of all library materials. QUALIFICATIONS: A minimum of a Senior Matriculation typing ability. Preferably library experience. SAIARY: Salary for the obove positions commensurate with qualifications and experience. APPLICATIONS: Interested persons should apply {or the dord "Application for Employment" form to: THE LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE LETHMIDGE, ALBERTA Hie proceedings and how the ideas evolved. In this way we can better understand how Ihe girls we teach organized them- said Hiss Fazio. She began preparing for the conference a year in advance by doing a case study on edu- cation and reading from re- quired book lists sent each month by conference headquar- ters. CHRISTINE FAZIO She also had to kaep a cor- espondent in Bolivia inform- ed on current happenings con- erning the conference and do summary of that country which the correspondent edited and submitted for the study. During the first week of pro- gram at UBC, participants dis- cussed the case studies Indivi- duals had prepared during tha year on health, welfare, minor- ities, education, religion and politics. The last week in Banff was spent studying individual coun- tries and their problems as well as many other various topics. All participants were requir- ed to speak English but class time each day was spent in studying other languages. Miss Fazio said there will never be another conference of this type but international ex- changing of ideas will always continue. She feels the direction of guiding movement is "definite- ly" changing and the transition is going to come from within. FLUTE RENTALS .50 PER MONTH MUSICLAND Cor. 3rd Avo. 13th St. S. Phone 327-1056 I rn mr liflMA I I Suggests That You PUT AN END TO CLOTHESLINE BACKACHE! Compare General Electric's Quality Engineered Features: GAS DRYER i WAYNE BAKER GAS THE CLEAN EFFICIENT HEAT Pernta Preit Cycle Time Cycle Up To 140 Minutes IIMITED OFFER S Three Heat Selector Softly Start Door Switch Porcelain Drum 6.E. Factory Service Anywhere In Southern Alberta PAY AS LITTU AT PER MONTH 209 GRAIN TAKEN IN TRADE APPLIANCES TV CENTRE 319 7fh STREET SOUTH PHONE 328-1673 Free Delivery Anywhere In South Alberta No Down Paymenti Fin! Payment In December ;