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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, September 20, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD-11 Herald- THE BETTER HALF Family Ann Landers By Liberal women join mainstream Dear Ann Landers: Can you Suggest a cure for an Emotional retardo? My hus- Dand is 43. We've been 'married 21 years. He acts like 19. When our kids reached their teens I realized what my 'husband's problem was. He 'never grew up. He acts just .like the kids. i Last night, in front of com- pany, he informed me that my ,Jegs needed shaving. When I ;told him later it was a rotten "thing to do, he said. "Well, it's your own fault for not shaving 'them." "At a family dinner a few ?weeks ago. he told everybody 'that our 11-year-old son still wets the bed. I could have kill- him. He is always humiliating somebody say- Ing the most gbshawful things. The- man has absolutely no 'judgment. f I don't divorce him because -Bll mv divorced friends are mental cases. They didn't im- prove their lives one bit. I've told my husband to get lost un- til he grows up. He says there is nothing wrong with him. that I am paranoid, sulky, and a born complainer. Don't tell me to see a counsellor. They always side with the men. And please don't suggest that I talk to my minister. He still has temper tantrums. What now? Im- paled In A Marriage Dear Im: You call that a marriage? It sounds more like a pair of mules pulling in op- posite directions. People who write for advice and tell me what NOT to tell them don't really help. A woman who would stay with a jerk like that for 21 years must be a glutton for punishment. Forget about a cure for the "emotional retar- do." Look to yourself for the solution. "This is a specially personalized breakfast; eggs over grouchy, snappy bacon, ornery toast, and gloomy coffee." By CHERYL HAWKES OTTAWA (CP) -Delegates to the annual meeting of the Women's Liberal Federation of Canada (WLFC) voted recently to abandon their branchlike status and form a new organization closer to the main Liberal party. The resolution to dissolve the federation as well as the party's special committee on women's activities was described by former WLFC president Marie Gibeault as a "now or never" chance for Liberal women to ease themselves into the mainstream of the party. They want greater representation on the party's national executive and at national conventions. Dissidents complained that the proposal received over- whelming to only because most of the women did not understand its significance. "I don't understand what this all means." said Gloria QueenHughes, president of the Women's Liberal Federa- tion of Manitoba. The new body would be called the Women's Commission of the Liberal Party of Canada. no need to abolish ourselves and set up a new commission and so on. We can achieve the same objec- tives through internal ad- justments to the existing federation.'' Mrs. Queen-Hughes said she had talked to dozens of women who agreed with her. But most of the women, she said, felt that the idea must be a good one since it had been suggested by Mrs. Gibeault, a Hull, Que.. school trustee. The new commission, would be financed by the Liberal party. The WLFC now is considered a separate financially- independent organization from the Liberal party, despite the fact it receives most of its money from the main party. All eight would automatical- ly become members of the party's national executive. vwvwwwwww Dear Ann Landers: I am 13 'years old and have a problem have never seen in your column. It is homesickness. It started when I was- ten 1 years old. I went to a sleep- away camp for one week and was so miserable I cried the -whole time. I couldn't sleep because I missed my own 4 room and my bed and my family especially my .i-Mother. Way back in May I agreed to go on a five-day, camp-out 'fwith some friends. One set of ;'parents and an older brother going as chaperones. I f was really excited about it and spent nearly a week pack- ing and checking things off a f list I had made. I enjoyed the planning so much.'but the night before we were to leave I began to feel "uneasy. I talked it over with Mom and she said it wasn't a matter of right or wrong that even though it was a little- late to back out I shouldn't be ashamed if I decided not to go. Then she told me to pray about it. Well, I prayed hard and the f next morning I decided to stay f home. My reason was that if I ft went, I'd make everybody a; miserable including myself. Now I am mad at myself for I missing the fun. How can I overcome this problem? Regretful Dear Ree: No one ever overcame homesickness by staying home. The only way to conquer a problem, any problem, is by looking it straight in the eye and saying, "You cannot defeat me. I am bigger than you" and then go on to do the thing you are afraid of, You might have to do it three, four or even more times before you achieve your goal, but achieve it you will. This is how people master dif- ficult situations and grow. There is a big difference between cold and cool. Ann Landers shows you how to play it cool without freezing people out in her booklet, "Teen-Age Sex Ten Ways To Cool It." Send 50c in coin and a long, self-addressed, stamped evvelope to this new- spaper. Golden Mile Senior Citizens' Centre Open Monday through Fri- day 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday 1 to 5 p.m. Next week: Monday: Keep fit 10 a.m. World travel slides 2 p.m. Tuesday: Singing 10 a.m. Dancing 2 p.m. Wednesday: Bingo Cash prizes. Thursday: Whist drive p.m. Friday: Resincraft 2 p.m. Coming events: The centre will hold a bake sale October 24 and a dance and box social October 30. cr in and out eX CS XP HI Mill OPTICAL PRISCRIPTION CO. of town Mrs. Lina Goldie, a patient in the Foothills Hospital in Calgary, is now recovering well. SOME DON'T BRUSH TORONTO KT> The Canadian Dental Association savs il is surprised at the uiunbcr nt people who don't brush their teeth. Spokesmen lor the association say some people brush their leeth only mire a week and some children don't even own a toothbrush because1 their parents leel they do not need one LAMP SMOKE STAND RAFFLE GOLDEN MILE CENTRE WINNERS- LAMP Mr. Tom Foley SMOKE STAND MRS. ZELLA GYGI after you see your doctor bring your prescription to 1609 9lh A. S Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Sears teen fashion cooncl fashion cound FASHION 1973-1974 Karen Goughnour L.C.I. Dawna Senda L.C.I. Kathie Opyr CATHOLIC CENTRAL 1 Leslie Andreachuk L.C.I Cheryrrokariuk KATE ANDREWS teen fashion council Introducing Sears Teen Fashion Council, 1973-74. The girls will be in Junior Bazaar this weekend, so come in and meet them. Come and see the mini Fashion show. FRIDAY p.m. SATURDAY p.m. Wendy Ogden L.C.I. i Laurie Prosk L.C.I. Holly White CATHOLIC CENTRAL Gail Blanchard WINSTON CHURCHILL Dawn McKay L.C.I. Kathy Gray L.C.I. Adella Besseling WINSTON CHURCHILL ;