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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE September Ann Landers Dear Ann Landers: I am a nervous wreck because of my husband's three young children. Thank God their mother will let us have them only one month out of the year. The boys are eight and nine, the girl is five. They are per- mitted to run wild at home no hours for sleeping or even eating. They snack all day and when mealtime comes they aren't hungry. I get upset when they nibble at a lamb chop and take one bite out of a steak and leave it. With the price of meat today it drives me crazv. My husband says we can't retrain these kids and we shouldn't try. But, Ann, the fighting and yelling and eating habits are taking years off my life, even if they ARE here for only a month. Any suggestions? Wrecksville Dear W.: Your husband's attitude is a cop-out, dear. Those kids are old enough to understand English. Tell them what the rules are in YOUR house and insist that they abide by them. And don't be surprised if they like the new setup. Discipline is a special kind of love. Dear Ann Landers: My hus- band and I have a new home. We waited a long time for this place and it's lovely. Unfor- tunately, my husband's parents seem to think it's a tourist attraction. They have arrived unexpectedly at our front door, with friends yet. a halt dozen times already. We resent the intrusion. Less than a week ago they popped in dur- ing dinner and announced, "We just wanted to show the your house." Last night we were not at home but our house guest was. He reported that in our absence the in-laws came by with another couple. He told them. "Sorry, but Ben and Betty aren't here." They replied, "That's all right. We just wanted to show the house." In they came, troop- ing from one room to another opening closets and cup- boards. In insist it's my husband's place to say something to his parents. He claims it's up to me. "The Lady of the Manor." What do YOU say? Ulcer Candidate In Florida Dear Candidate: I say it's up to him, but methinks he hasn't the guts. This means you'll have to do it. Sample sentence, "We are flattered that you enjoy showing our home, but please call ahead before you bring anyone else. We want it to look presentable and and a little notice would help a lot." Dear Ann Landers: Why you always take the man's side against the woman? The F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT EAGLES HALL 6th Ave. A and 13th St. N. Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. 5 Cards for 1.OO or 290 Each Three 7 Number Game" JACKPOT Fine Games and Frai Cards DOOR PRIZE Gold cards pay double money Children under 16 no! allowed Hindu philosopher Manu said, "The father protects woman in her childhood as something precious and delicate, easily injured. The husband protects her after marriage. The son protects her in old age. Woman should not be left alone to take care of herself." Yet you mulishly insist that whatever happens to a girl is her own fault. What about al1 those men who are supposed to take care of her? If woman received the protection she is entitled to, life would be Dear Dreamer: Wake up. honey. Manu's concept of woman is based on the world as it was in 1200 B.C. If Manu came back and got a load of some of the Women's Libbers, he'd revise his text. CASK 8INGO TONIGHT. O'CLOCK HUNGARIAN OLD TIMERS HALL A SI 00 Blackout Bingo played lor till won every Saturday pics Jackpols JACKPOTS NOW and 5 Cards for or 25c each lUttlldmxIloHll.lFlrelHll) Chilly fall outing A brisk swing at the local playground can bring a fresh, rosy glow to the cheeks of all little girls, and three-year-old Beverly Cousins is no exception. While she en- joys her outing, wrapped warmly in a snowsuit, mother Becky rubs her hands to- gether and gets ready for the next push. WALTER KERBERphoto Boutique is hard work TORONTO (CP) Here's a word of warning for bored housewives. Don't open a little boutique or jewelry store on a whim or IT'S EASY TO PLAY in hopes of escaping from the monotony of housework. At least, that's the advice of two Toronto women, who formed a partnership to open an unusual mid-town shop called The General Store. PRICE INCLUDES 1 0 month FREE music lessons delivery g% Complete YAMAHA Music Course with 60 popular numbers NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY RATE FINANCING A world of creativi- ty at your fingertips One man auto rhythm band 1 YAMAHA spacious sound, reverb, reverb balance, vebrata I pedal sustain Headphone jack ex- tension, complete with earphones YAMAHA Model B4-cr 1199 .95 SUPPLIES LTD. Corner 3rd Avenue and 13th Street South Recognize iha Dsnqer Signs !B marriage? Communication? each other for granted? to share personal feelings? If you are experiencing one of these problems Don'! wait until it is too late. Your marriage might be in jeopardy, For Professional Solutions Phone 328-1191 Res. 327-8946 AlasiairH. Counssling Ssrvics. "Don't do it on a they both said. "Don't do it unless you're willing to neglect your family, to work from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. every day, and to smile even when you don't, feel like it." The Lucas and Deanna that there's also a major risk chance of losing the capital invested in setting up the store. VENTURE PROSPERS Luckily for the two Toronto women, however, their business venture appears to be working out. They started off with a 000 bank loan signed by- Dorothy's mother, and in three years have made a success of their business. NOW YOU ARE FINISHED SCHOOL And Desire to Learn a Profession... WHY NOT BECOME A HAIRDRESSER We have 3 fully qualified full time intructresses and we teach all phases of beauty culture, hair styling and cutting, bleaching, tinting ana permanent waving. You'll enjoy our new remodelled and air-conditioned school. A professional beau- tician pays higher-ihan the average income and opportunities are unlimited. Fill Out This Coupon For More Information Alberta Beauty School 405 5lh St. S. Lethbridge NAME ADDRESS crv Payments Classes Starting Now Low Monthly Tuition SPECIAL 26oz. for plut deposit COCA COLA and FANTA 10oz. for deposit (At all participating dealers) Food prices dip slightly My MAUREEN JAMIESON Family Editor Food prices in the city dropped by approximately seven per cent in the last month, according to a survey conducted this week by The Herald. This figure is based on the prices of 54 items costing in August, and at the most recent check. The store's specials were taken into consideration and wherever possible, the most economical brand of merchan- dise was chosen. This week, fish, beef and poultry cost less, but pork prices were up. Whole frozen chicken was on special at 69 cents a pound, with utilities also featured at 59 cents a pound. Ground round and ground economy beef, also round and chuck roasts were tagged 'inflation fighters' and sold for 99 cents a pound, but beef liver rose six cents to 95 cents a pound. Brown 'n serve pork chops rose 10 cents to a pound, while boneless pork leg roast was Jubilee luncheon meat in the 12-ounce can jumped almost 25 per cent from 59 cents to 79. Bacon stayed at while medium-sized eggs rose one cent to 82 cents a dozen. Produce contributed greatly to the drop in food prices, with carrots, lettuce, celery and tomatoes all selling for less, although the 48-ounce can of Town Hoyse rose inexplicably from 49 59 cents. Potatoes were also down from last month, when 20 pounds cost This week, the price was While the comparison brand of wieners, Maple Leaf, was stationary at bulk wieners were on special at 89 cents a pound. Flour took an anticipated leap upward, with the 20- pound bag of Purity up from to but the 48-ounce can of Empress Peanut Butter, another 'inflation was down 10 cents to CALENDARS Dr. Lotta Hitschmanova, executive director of the Unitarian Service Committee will be in Lethbridge Nov. 19 to 21, and vvill be available for speaking engagements at ser- vice clubs and other charitable organizations. Further information is available from Mrs. Bess Robins, 327-2758. The Ladies' Auxiliary to the Rehabilitation Centre for the Handicapped will hold the an- nual tea and sale of work from 2 to 5 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 1, in the Scandinavian Hall. Everyone welcome. The 1914-1918 War Veterans Association will hold a card party at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Legion Memorial Hall. There will be whist, bridge and crib- bage prizes. The Minus One Club wi'l hold a regular monthly business meeting at 8 ?.m. Monday in Southminster Church hall. The ladies' section of the Lethbridge Golf and Country Club will hold the last supper of the season and the annual meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday. Members are asked to make their reservations early. The ladies of the Old Timers Pemmican Club will meet at p.m. Wednesday in the club rooms, 9th St. and 5th Ave. S. The Women of the Moose No. 328 vvill hold a regular meeting at 8 p.m. Tuesday, with Anne Gorda and Nellie Bobak as hostesses for the evening. Couples are invited to learn to square dance at the Southminster Circle Square Dance Club's new beginners' class held at 8 p.m. Monday in Southminster hall. Ladies are asked to lake a box lunch. Milk River Belles 'n Beaux square dance club will start the new season of dancing at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Elks hall. Club members are asked to in- vite another Couple and the ladies are asked to take a box lunch. The Whirl-A-Ways will square and round dance at 8 p.m. sharp Monday in the Moose Hall, Third Ave. N. All square dancers are welcome and women are asked to please take a box lunch. Laurel Chapter No. 43, Order of the Eastern Star, will hold a meeting at 8 p.m. Mon- day. The regular luncheon meeting of the Lethbridge Christian Women's Club will beheld at p.m. Monday at Sven Erickson's Family Restaurant. The feature will be artex hobbies by Mrs. Pearl Thompson, and" Karen and Bernie Fehr will supply the music. Mrs. McNeill, national director for Stonecroft. will speak. Phone 327-3251 for reservations. A nursery service is available, and all women are welcome. St. Basil's CWL will hold a regular meeting at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the church basement. All ladies are ask- ed to attend. St. Patrick's CWL will hold a regular monthly meeting at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the rec- tory meeting Father Fred Williams of the Mount St. Francis retreat house, Cochrane, will be guest speaker. All members are urged to attend. All members and friends of guiding are invited to celebrate the 60th anniversary of Alberta guiding at a jubilee party from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday at the Civic Sports Centre. The program will include entertainment, displays and tea. Pourers are Mrs. Everson, Mrs. Alta Clache, Mrs. Joyce Kaleta; Mrs. Ruby Lester, Mrs. N. McElroy. Mrs. E. Paulsen and Mrs. B.'Hay. Mrs. -Florence Reisler, in charge of serviteurs, will be assisted by the 1st and 2nd Ranger Groups and senior guides from the 1st and 4th Guide Companies. Cereal, soaps, detergents and personal care items such as shampoo, deodorant and toothpaste remained constant, although Scotties paper hankerchieves, 200-size, were up from 41 cents to 47 a box. In all, 13 items cost more this month than last, 15 cost less, while 26 remained the same. This monitor is intended only to keep an eye on fluc- tuating food costs in local stores, and is not designed to reflect the rise or fall in infla- tion across the nation. In and out Maple Leaf Chapter No. 1, Order of the Eastern Star, will hold a friendship tea from 2 tc 5 p.m. Oct. 13 in Southminster Church hall. Miss G. McMahon will convene the tea tables, assisted by Mrs. K. Ferguson and Mrs. R. Thornton as hostesses. Serviteurs are the Mesdames J. A. Thomson, A. Wadstein, D. Fellows, T. Morris; Mesdames E. Lawrence, B. Scott, K. Robertson, E. Filan and L. Sallenbach. The brothers assisting are Messrs. E. Lawrence, T. Band and R. Everinden. Mr. John Richard C. Kenyon, CSB, of London, England, is a guest at the Holiday Inn. At 4 p.m. Sunday, he. will present a free public lecture on Christian Science, entitled Where Do We Look for Guidance? in the auditorium at the Allan Watson School. The Beta Sigma Phi fashion show. Fashion's Door to '74, will be held Oct. 23 and 24 at the Yates Memorial Centre, with Fran Rude convening. Tickets are available from Leister's, Maxine's, John Black's or any Beta Sigma Phi member. Twiggy given cold shoulder LONDON (AP) Justin de Villeneuve, who discovered and promoted Twiggy to star- dom as the skinny model of the 1960s, announced today that he and she had parted. "We're still the best of he said. "I hope it's not all over." De 33, had been at the 24-year-old Twiggy's side since her fashion career began eight years ago. He was her boyfriend and business manager. WeeWhimsv "HAM" if Up WATCHERS The world's most advanced weight control program takes another step forward! We've put more foods on our famous program the program that's already brimming over with variety. Come to a WEIGHT WATCHERS class and find out how we fit things like pork, ham, and beans into the program that lets you enjoy eating more than ever. THE WEIGHT WATCHERS program helps you lose weight and keep if off while not taxing your food bill. There's a class near you St. Augusts Anglican Churcn 11 Street 4 Avenue S. Tuesdays p.m. p.m. Cardston United Church Wednesdays p.m. Cardston, Alberta Taber Civic Centre Thursday p.m. Taber, Alberta Pincher Creek Town Hall Mondays p.m. Pincher Creek, Alberta ATTENTION BLAIRMOREI You arc Invited to attend tilt Weight Open Home Thursday, Oct. Church Open Meeting Everyone Invited No Obligation ZENITH 0-6124 (TOLL FREE) NOW ACCEPTING NEW MEMBERS ENROLLMENT WEEKLY FEE THEREAFTER ;