Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
lipitrn'at, 29, 1971 THI IETHBKIDGE HEKAID 23 Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I have always hated nagging and now I have become a terrible nagger myself. It's not husband I nag, it's our married daughter. She used to be such a sweet, attractive girl, and now that she has land- ed a husband she's the sloppiest thing in town. When I run info her at the market or shopping downtown I die a mil- lion times. I'll bel she has put on 15 pounds in the last year. Our son-in-law is handsome, slim and immaculate. I am afraid she's going to lose him. They both work for a large concern and there must be some beautiful, neat young women there. Why doesn't she see this? She's not stupid. I asked her father to speak to her and he did. Her response was, "Please leave me alone. I'm doing as well as I can." Ann, tell me what to DEAH 0.: By now you should realize that your daugh- ter does not respond to your suggestions, so lay off. This girl's problems are hers. Either she will resolve them or pay the price. If you really want to help her, get off her back. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Do people ever learn from the mistakes of others? I hope so because I have a story to tell. When I read the gripes from the woman who didn't want to take time off from her high-paying job to go on a trip with her husband, I decided to sit down and write this let. My husband and I worked hard ell our married life. We kept saying, "When we retire we're going on a three-month trip around the world." Ten months before retirement time my husband became ill. We kept hoping his health would im- prove enough so that we could take that trip, but it didn't happen. Now he is bedridden. How I wish we could turn the calendar back a few years. But we can't, and neither can anyone else. I just want to tell all your readers that if they want to do somellinig, don't put it off. Living for the future is a mistake. Today is all you have for sure. DEAR I: Thanks lor writing on behalf of the travel agencies, the airlines, the hotels, motels and yours truly. You speak the truth. DEAR ANN LANDERS: That 11-year-old girl who was worried that her eight-year-old sister was ruining her par- ents' sex life because she kept wanting to sleep with them was mighty interesting. I lived through this same sad story and I know all the sick implications. My own daughter was a little younger when she began to complain of stomach aches, headaches, to get into our bed. I refused to allow it, but my husband was an easy-mark. He used to get out of bed and sit on the couch with Glenda until the wee hours of the morning. Later we were divorced. Glenda chose to stay with her father rather than with me because she "liked him better." Today she Is a teen-ager, and pulling the same stunts to punish him for on a grander scale. She las run away from home, become sexually promiscuous and attempted suicide. Glenda and her father are now getting psychiatric help In an attempt to straighten out their relationsliip. It might be (no late, but at least they are working at it. PJesse advise the parents of that eight-year-old to see that she gets psychiatric help NOW. Rival. DEAR RIVAL: I have dealt with this problem in the column on numerous have always suggested professional counselling. Thanks for the close-to-home testi- mony. When romantic glances turn to warm embraces is it love tor chemistry? Send for the booklet "Love Or Sex And How To Tell The by Ann Landers. Enclose a long, stamped, self-addressed envelope and 35 cents in coin with your request. BINGO MOOSE HALL 1134 3rd AVENUE NORTH WEDNESDAY at P.M. Jackpot in 58 Number! 12 Game in 7 Number, 4th 8th Gamti Doubled in 7 Number, 5 Card, 1 FREE GAMES FREE CARDS DOOR PRIZE NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 SPONSORED BY THE LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE OUT OF THE WILDS Models wear his and hers sa- fari suits: parl of the "message" from New York custom tailor, Dimitri who showed his spring custom line and ready-lo-wear outfits in New York. Dimitri of Italy has turned out the safari suits in denim and suede. (Calendar of local Man to Man, the male self- improvement course, will be held at 8 p.m. Wednesday at the YMCA. Topic of the week is education. Speakers are Jim McNeil, director of student ser- vices, Lethbridge Community College; and Dave W. Ayers, assistant professor of psychol- ogy and co ordinator of coun selling services; Gordon Rus sell, assistant professor of psy- chology and co ordinator of student affairs; and J. A. Le- houillier, student awards offi- cer, all from the University oj Lethbridge. Each session in this series is complete in itself. It is not nec- essary to have attended pre- vious lectures to appreciate this The Golden Mile Drop-in-Cen- tre will start the fall program on Friday. A bulletin of all ac- tivities mornings and after- noons can be obtained from the Centre Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Alberta Association of Registered Nurses will hold a general meeting at p.m. Wednesday in the recreation room at the nurses' residence at St. Michael's Hospital. The Handicapped Social iroup will meet in the Moose rfall at p.m. Friday. En- ertainment will be provided. The Fort Macleod Old Time Dance Club will hold their an- POLYESTER: CRIMPKNITj You can't afford to miss this n once-in-lifetime Buy. Patterns, Checks, Solids. SPECIAL OOOWHHIOCJO Centra Village Mall Phone 327-4240 nual harvest ball on Friday p.m. to a.m. in Mac leod Elks Hall. Luirch will be served. Everyone, welcome. St. Basil's Catiiolic. Women's League will meet between 6 am p.m. on Tuesday at the church, 646 13th St. N. A social will follow. The Margaret Hartley Pas Presidents' Club will meet a the Shanghai Restaurant at p.m. Thursday for supper Meeting to follow at the home of Mrs. T. Osicki, 618 llth St N. The Ladies of the Orange Lodge will hold a special rum mage sale at a.m. Satur day, Oct. 9, in the Civic Sports Centre. District 11 International Quota conference will be held at Wey burn, Sask., on Friday, Satur- day and S un d a y. Attending from Lethbridge will be dele- gates Miss Verna Grey, Mrs Eleanor Holroyd and members Mrs. Evelyn Murray and Mrs itfarjorie Fleming. Members of the Ladies Sec- tion of the Lethbridge Country Club are reminded of the an- nual dinner meeting on Tues- day. Dinner at p.m. Please phone 327-2527 for reservations, by Sunday. The general meeting and pro- gram of McKillop UCW which was to be held Wednesday, has been cancelled. A short execu- tive meeting will be held at p.m. SCHOOL STARTED TORONTO (CP) Canada's first training school for teachers in the Montessori method of ed- ucating children has opened at Toronto's Victoria College. The Montessori method, for children starting at age two. uses mate- rials to develop a child's senses and lay foundations for aca- demic work. It stresses freedom and development. love is, i.. having his voice 011, tape although he's jar 'Volue'Villaae The Neighborhood Service Store Free Delivery, Phone in Orders, Charge Accounts. CHEESE CHEEZ WHIZ PINEAPPLE COFFEE ,59 Kraft Velveela....................... Mb. black Kraft 32-ot. jar Libby's Crushed or Sliced 14-01. tins 1 1 4 Nobob 2-lb. pkn. 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