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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Wedneidoy, September 23, 1970 THE UTHORIDGE HERALD 21 FASHION GOES TO ANY LENGTH MICROMINI- MINI CLASSIC MINI KNEE LENGTH ABOVE THE MIDCALF (LON6UETTE) MIDI MAX! Never in history has the American woman had such a wide choice of hemlines. And seldom has the change of length been so controversial. Chart shows eight different skirt lengths ranging from micromini to max! and all ac ceptablc in today's fashion world. Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: About six months ago my Iras- band's father went to work in a shop that employs twelve men. Apparently all these men talk about is sex organs and women. Since my father-in-law took this job his conversation is nothing but filth, dirty words, and rotten jokes which he thinks are hilarious. Sometimes he laughs so hard he can barely finish the sentence. Sunday at our house, iny father-in-law got going on the dirtiest stuff I've ever heard. It had to do with sheep, goats, chickens, dogs sodomy and pel-version with a little incest thrown in. When I couldn't stand any more I interrupted my father-in-law and told him if he couldn't think of anything more sensible to talk about to keep quiet. He became very, angry and screamed, "You have insulted me and I am leav- ing." He stalked out, slamming the door behind him. My husband says I should go tx) Ms father and apologize. I don't feel I owe him an apology. Do you? Your opinion is wanted and of Thunder Bay Ontario DEAR MADGE: I agree with you. However, here's i suggestion: You could have made your objections known by dimply leaving, the room. Do so, if te occasion should arise it probably will. DEAR ANN LANDERS: If you concur, please say it- loud and clear. I need some backing. Every time I include a certain, friend of mine she jumps up from UK dinner table as soon as she has gobbled down her food and carries her plate to the kitchen. Once she started to take (he plate of another guest and he asked, "Do you mind if I finish I am well organized and can handle a dinner for six with ease. If I need help I'm not shy about asking someone to give me a hand. This same guest wants to dive into the dishes immediately after dinner "to get them out of the way." I happen to believe it is impolite for a hostess to leave guests while she does KP in the kitchen. My wishes fall on deaf ears. Cm you pene- trate? DEAR OVER: You sound plenty articulate to me. Or Is this your paper personality? If so, I suggest that you write down what you would like to say to this gal and rehearse it aloud. Keep ir mind she's a compulsive "helper." To win your point you'll 'tave to come on like Ana Pauker. Good luck. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'm a traveling man who reads your articles in several newspapers around the country. I've seen i about ten different pictures of you and I wonder what you REALLY look like or do you actually exist. In some pictures you appear to be an average house- wife of about 45. Then again, I've seen pictures that are much younger might even say downright sexy. The Detroit Free Press carries a picture that makes you look like an old bat. Long Island Newsday -and the Wash- ington Post used to print your picture but they stopped. Is it because you have fallen apart and they don't want the public to know? My sister who lives in San Francisco says they have never printed your picture because you are a man. The Sun-Times in Chicago has the best pictures of all, and they change them around a lot. I would like to ask the following questions: 1) How old are you? (2) Is the picture that appears in the San Bernardino paper a recent one? Has it been touched up a lot? (3) Why don't you send all the newspapers your latest photo? Will the real Ann Landers please stand Peo- ple Watcher DEAR WATCHER: (1) I was 52 on July 4. (2) I don't know which picture the San Bernardino Sun Telegram is using or if they are "touching it up." That paper is very mucli on the ball, so I'd wager they are using the latest. (3) I have sent all the papers a recent picture but some of them prefer to use the old ones. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "Ihot empty aspirin container lying on the dash take ir that's Jhe alove compartment." 'WLue'Village LOCATED at the CORNER of IJrh SWIT and 6th AVtNUt 5 _ Hawest ,9.o2. H (Case of 24 10.29) 5? Sun Rype SHRIMP P W PEACHES jnmmi (u for wv r EH vns j (Case APPLE PIE FILLER o GRIEN BEANS York; French Cut 14-oz. tin TOMATO JUICE 19-oz. tin 3.59' KIDNEY BEANS Libby's 14-oz. tin Nabob; Pure 1 4-lb. tin I Aloha; Choice Mb. pkg. SOUP 6 1 WALNUT PIECES PERKY DOG FOOD WAGON BATHROOM TEA BAGS r- 75' STRAWBERRY JAM PINEAPPLE Blue Mountain; Assorted 14-oz. tin Heinz; .19 SPAGHETTI MIRACLE ICE CREAM 69' Alberta Gold 3 pint assorted RASPBERRIES York 15-ot. pkg. hi for JTlTil PRODUCE CELERY California-----...................... Ib. 25 c COOKING CANADA NO. 1 SUNKIST 3.39s CARROTS MEATS FRYERS Cut Up Ib. 49 C SAUSAGE ROAST BEEF Dinner style; targe casing Ib. Rump, Cross or Standing Rib Ib. 49' STEAKS-- J39 95s PORK CHOPS ,95' alueVillage BAKERY CINNAMON KNOTS 55' CREAMY WHITE BRAN MUFFINS SWISS TARTS IAYER CAKES eofh 65' dozen ;