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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Our 17-year-old daughter has been dating a 19-year-old boy for the past year. Jim is a fine young man, a good student and a careful driver. Jim announced a few days ago that he has purchased a motor- cycle. Our daughter expects to ride with him. I have good reason to fear motorcycles. The sons of two close friends were nearly killed on motorcycles. A neigh- bor's daughter was In a motorcycle accident a few months ago and she will never walk or talk again. I told our daughter we will not allow her to ride on Jim's motorcycle and she is very upset. She assures me that Jim will handle the motorcycle with extreme caution. She also says if she is not permitted to ride with him he will drop her. I don't want to lose a lovely daughter, either on a motor- cycle or through lack of communication or understanding, but 1 know that if I say yes my heart will be in my mouth every minute she is away from home. Do I have the right to say NO? Lavonia, Mich. Mother DEAR MOTHER: You do and I hope you will. The National Safety Council has some blood-chilling sta- tistics on the annual carnage resulting from motorcycle acci- dents. You have every right to be apprehensive. If Jim dumps your daughter because she had the good sense to respect her parents' wishes, he was no bargain. (P.S. To all you cycle fans who may ho angered by my answer, please save your stamps. My stand is irreversible.) DEAR ANN LANDERS: Please tell everybody who reads English that when they reach a wrong number THEY are Inconveniencing someone it's not the other way around. Moreover, they have no right to ask, "Who is Several months ago I was the victim of a wrong num- ber. When asked, "Who is I refused to say. This so angered the questioner that she called four or five limes every night for months. My husband and I lost a great deal of sleep because of that woman's rudeness. The proper procedure, when one believes he has reached a wrong number, is to say, "I'm calling the Sormdso's resi- dence for Soandso Soandso. Do I have the right This does, not require that the party on (he other end reveal his identity. Thank you, Ann-, for performing a useful service. Hackles Up In Buffalo DEAR HACK: Most people, when they reach a wrong number, will continue to ask, "Who is I suggest that the person who receives the call ANSWER the question WITH a question: "Who are you DEAR ANN LANDERS: How do I find out if a girl I used to write to Is still living? Marie and I me! at a summer resort last year. We liked each other a lot. We wrote letters back and forth, until three months ago she stopped writing. Last week I ran into someone who lives in the same town. He oaid he had lienrd that Mazie died. I was shocked and asked for details but he said he knew her only casually and thought he had read something in the paper about it. He wasn't even sure it was the same girl. I don't want to write to her parents for fear of upsetting them. Yet I am anxious to find out about this. What do you suggest? C. Z., Jr. DEAR C.Z.: You can write to the office of the County Clerk In the area where the girl lives. State the girl's name and address and ask if they have a record of her death. Enclose n self-addressed, stamped envelope for the reply. If they tell you there is no record of her death, write to the gal and ask her to please drop a line because you've been concerned about her silence. CAUGHT BETWEEN ACTS From left, Harry Kraur, Joan Kennedy and compossr Aaron Copland chat during intermission at the Metropolitan Opera Houso hi York's Lincoln Centre. The Met, conducted by Leonard Bernstein, premiered a new production of Bizet's Carmen for the opening of the season. Financial necessity cited women as reason to work ARTISTIC PICTURE FftAMINC calendar of local happen inai Lethbridge Council of Home and School Associations will meet on Monday at p.m. in the media centre of Hamilton Junior High School. Plans wil: be discussed t o r the Area 11 convention to be held in Octo- ber. A s s o c 1 a tion representa- tives are asked to attend; par- ents are reminded Ute meetings are open to those interested. The members of Dominion Rebekah Lodge No. 41 will hole a serving tea at the home of Mrs. Ernie Hisler, 511 nth St S., on Friday at 8 p.m. AI Hebekahs and friends welcome. urday, September IGtb, the colour I magazine in CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS cBarbaracBrent TORONTO, September wouldn't like to wear a smile? On Sat- your paper carried de- tails of the exciting CLOSE-UP CONTEST called "MATCH THE with a first prize of and ten second prizes! Close-Up Toothpaste, you know, is a clear gel containing two whiteners to make teeth their whitest and a real mouthwash to make breath Close-Up fresh. And Close-Up gives you a clear choice... two kinds of, flavour for two kinds of people... Tangy Bed or Green Mint. There's still time to enter Ihe Close-Up "Match the Smiles" contest... you cmM lie a, big ivinnerl _______ THREE CHEERS FOR LE SIEUR3 BEAN SALAD 1... An exciting salad for all seasons from the Jolly Green Giant. This 3 Bean Salad is a tantalizing combination 3 delicious varieties of beans... green heans.-wax beans and deep red kidney beans... prepared in a tempting sauce embellisher! with onions, sweet red peppers, sugar and spices. Simply chill... then serve this 'time-saver' as a main salad course, as'an appetizer, a side dish or as a garnish. I know you'll enjoy this addition to the Giant's famous family... Lc Sieur 3 Bean Salad... in the distinc- tive silver LIKE SO MANY PEOPLE... I.always mnke sure I have DR, FOWLER'S EXTRACT 'OF WILD STRAWBERRY on my shelf. Then, if one of my family suddenly develops the nausea, cramps and weakness ol diar- rhea, Dr. Fowler's is right there to bring gentle, soothing relief. Formulated from roots and herbs, it quickly relieves embarrassing symptoms and restores intestinal balance. No one Is immune... we all tend to over-Indulge at times... even a change in climate or water can be the culprit. Whatever. Dr. Fowler's has helped over 6 genera- tions of Canadian arlults and children... the best recommendation I can think ofl oocnn FOWUR-8 Thursday, 71, 1972 _ THC LETH8RIDOE HERALD 17 CALGARY (CP) Bringing adopted foreign children to Can- ada might meet specific needs f Canadian parents but it does nothing for the "root problems" of poverty, says Donald Middle- on, secretary treasurer of the Foster Parents Plan of Canada. He said in an interview here hat children should be raised by VANCOUVER (CP) More :han half of the married women n the Vancouver area who wovk outside the home do so be- cause of financial necessity, the latus of Women Council of British Columbia said here. The council, in a report jased on a survey conducted under the federal local initia- tives program, said 75 per cent of women in the 30 to 50 age up would use day care f ac- uities if available, and 89 per cent said payment for child care should be shared by par- ents and government. The council's report said the fact that more than half the women doing paid work do so out of financial.necessity invali- dates the assumption the ivomen can be paid lower sal- aries than men. The survey also showed that 93 per cent of the women inter- viewed said they would vote for qualified women political candidate and 75 per cent said they would cross party lines to do so. "Parties considering nomina- ting women should be encourag- ed because a large number are willing to support a woman re- gardless of her the council said. "Women candi- dates might attract votes rather than lose them." The council said it is asking the provincial government to istablish vestigate a committee the possible to in- imple- Golden Mile (Open Monday through Fri- day 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Satur- day 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.) Saturday: Premier Lougheed will visit the centre at p.m. All are welcome to come and meet him. Next week: Tuesday: Singing 10 a.m. Fnrlay: Buses wiU leave Uio civic centre at 8 a.m. for the autumn leaves tour. Coming events: All fall activities will com- mence on Oct. 10th. All those members who were on the Claresholm trip are ask- ed to call the centre as soon as possible. Noteworthy: The centre has a list of mem- bers who are willing to work as home helpers in emergencies, for a few days at a time. No heavy housework. Further in- formation may be obtained from the centre. Minister quits her post in naked priest rumpus LUXEMBOURG (Reuter) Luxembourg's only woman cabinet minister, Madeleine Frieden-Kinnen, has resigned over the question of whether she saw a naked priest, it was disclosed recently. Mrs. Frierjen-Kinncn, min- ister of public health and family and youth affairs, said in a letter to Prime Minister Pierre Werner that she was resigning in order to better defend herself in a 'continuing controversy over whether she had in fact witnessed a Ro- man Catholic priest and a young man in the nude. The controversy goes back to August, 1969, when a Luxembourg paper, The Jour- nal D'Esch, reported that Kcv. Francois Haas, a teacher, practised nudism in public 'With one of his pupils, Eugene Schauss. The scene, near a farm where Mrs. Frie- den-Kiunen was staying, was alleged to have been wit- nessed by the government minister. Both the priest and the pu- pil were sentenced on charges of indecent behavior following the report. But Mrs. Frieden-Kinnen sued the newspaper for libel and won the case. On Schauss' evi- dence, the .court ruled that there was no proof that she had seen what was going on. However, the paper counter-attacked by suing Schauss for false evidence. It won the case and the court's ruling established that Mrs. Frieden-Kinnen could not have failed to see the naked priest. The legal battle continues with an appeal by Schauss against his perjury con- viction. llllllllHIIIIIHllllllllllIl mentation of recommendations made by the Federal Roya iommission on the Status o: Women. The commission namet five priority areas: equality o education, expansion of labor legislation, expansion of he alt! and welfare services, appoint ment of responsible women to boards and commissions, ant ending discrimination on grounds of sex or marital status Share wealth; avoid crises Victims of crime now compensated WASHINGTON (AP) The Senate, has approved legislation :o compensate victims of crime and the "good Samaritans' who go to their rescue. The amendment was attached :o an omnibus crime bill which passed the Senate by a 74-to-O vote recently. The bill also would make it a federal crime to kill a policeman or fireman. The bill now goes to a Senate- Flouse of Representatives con- ference to resolve differences. To qualify, losses of at least would have to be incurred Compensation would be limited to and educated in their own coun- try and not brought into H for- eign environment. "Can you imagine if you were from a family of seven with an annual income of being picked up and brought to Cal- ;ary for 21 days? Row would on feel when you got An experience of visiting a wealthy country and then go- ng back to poverty would ei- ther breed revolutionaries or be "psychology c a 11 y impossible" for children to handle, said. 4 Mr. Middleton, member .of the land compensation board at the Ontario Ministry of Justice in Toronto, said his allows Canadians to pay month towards the support of n child in any of nine countries. "The only way to avoid a con-. tinuous series of world crises Is to share the wealth." THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "Your communications satellite has abovtttw horizon." HI! I thought you would like to know I am here. My name is MICHELLE KIM, and 1 am the newest i ter of Johnny, Ricky, Jacqueline, Patricia, Maria Yvonne and Angela Elemans. Since my arrival in St. Michael's Hospital, on Sepr- ember 15, I have been getting "a treatment" from marerrrily staff. Dr. R. G. H. Hall and Dr. n. G. Gore Hickrnan. v My happy parents ore Ada and Frans Elemans, SIMPSONS-SEARS School Girl's age 12 to 16 Enroll Now Ten-Week Course Enrollment includes text book, fashion show, charm bracelet and tote bag. THIS IS WHAT YOU LEARN 0 Hair Care Grooming Figure Confrol d Skin Care and Make-Up Modelling 0 Assurance and Poise Wardrobe Comptete Ten Week Course under sxperi- enced tutelege. Lessons are conducted Sat- urdays a.m. until 1 2j30 p.m. A must for every girl from 12 to 16 years otd. Classes are limited. PLACE: SIMPSONS-SEARS IETHBRIDGE ENROLL NOW Application forms are available In our Girls' Depart- ment or simply mail name, address, age, phone num- ber to Division 77, Simpsons-Sears. Sessions Conducted at SIMPSONS-SEARS LETHBR1DGE in the Training Room STORE HOURS: Open Dally 9 a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 o.m. to 9 p.m. Centre Village. Telephone 328-9231 ;