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Ottawa, Canada
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Friday, August 28, 1964
Page 22
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8 8 5 i2 8 i 22 VTTJl ANN LANDERS m Deer Ana Leaders: A tew months ago a friend was stricken with an illness that u confining but not serious. She had to be in hospital for several day. Since the woman llvei sev-ral thouiand milei from me, I didn't know what to send her to I slipped a cheque for IS In aa envelope and wrote a note suggesting she have she nurse buy her whatever she needed. Weeks passed and T received no acknowledgment Just when I was preparing to drop her a Una and ask ,tf my cheque had gone astray 1 received her letter saying: "Dear Erma: I had so many flowers that they had to be distributed to the patients In the wards. I will never be able to get through all the books I received. I Just couldn't think of a thing I needed. Here's your cheque far ." I felt will had been slapped right across the face. Will you please give me your opinion of this? INSULTFJY FOR THE FINEST FURS i5 Insulted: Year gift w " hi rei ran Gift Tasteless, Reply Boorish reerreies Lie. email ty mh .UK. IMS" Mosgrove St CE344M fetw KM aS SMrge Stu was animaglnatlve and tasteless. Her m pease we bearish and crude, rd say It's wash. Dear Ana Landers: My husband and I are in our middle M's. Our two daughters U and IS, are supporting themselves one teaches school, the other is a stenographer. Both girls Hve In boarding bouses, about M miles from here in opposite directions. They come home every Friday, bringing their dresses to be hemmed and their soiled laundry for me to wash. They leave late Sunday. My husband and I worked hard to educate our daughters. He is a laborer and .1 am a seamstress. Our income is sufficient for us, but nothing is left over for extras or saving. My question: How much are parents expected to do for their children and for how long? These girls have many friends over and they consume more food during the weekend than we do in two weeks. Never once have they bought so much as a spool of thread or a box of soap for their laundry. My husband says this is their home and they are en-'tltled to come here as guests whenever they want to. What do you think? WEARY MOM. Dear Weary: Girls who come heme every weekend with sailed laundry and dress 4 es ta be hemmed could hardly be ceiutdered guests. Year daughter! ' are Hring heme about eae-third ef e time whether they realize H er ant. U they wish to continue they should agree to buy all the weekend groceries and do their wn laundry. Birthday Club AUGUST 2S Peter Mark Diedrich, age 1 Margaret Anne Shane, age 7 David Wlddioombe, age 5 Tht Journal, BtrtMau I titer, . Ottawa, Ont Please enroll me ta TXt Journal Birthday Club. I trill hi on Aidrttt It's "Back to Coats" t me -feast your eyes on Larocque's collection! . ' old PLEASE PRINT HAMS (Id. 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AU0U8T 28, 1964 Advantages jn Water Power Owner pf Woollen Mill Says iurKAm A. t r n i i i . i a . a l i . I . J 7 to 14 Boys' Qaeisc Sfyle School Bsjs Tan or brawn fine leathers or vinyl, nylon or plastic to choose from. Attache Cases For multiple uses. Tailored of fine grade leathers and brass fittings. Over-tha-Koet Stockings - Smart and casual over-Uw-knee high stockings knitted of nylon with textured finish. . 1.001.50 . Over-the-KBee Diaaocd Pattens ' The famous over-the-knee with diamond patterned finish. Of Stretchy wool V nylon. 250 1C3 Stretch Kylon Over-ths-Knee Stocklap Featuring the new look In over-the-knee stylet : for long lasting tmartneea. 1 ' s " 1.00. 1.89 5.95 5.95 and up I aaa ma L 1 'and up 8.95 Chic double button collar fashion. Well tailored and detailed in -navy. . j t fins 5 to 6X ......... 4.95 . t 6.95 ,D'". 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It burned of shean in this nart of the ininntne mule second-hand M GASSY CUM down and he built the present country," he lays. "Now you years ago, and says he has no Petroleum helps put the chew mill 15 years later. can hardly find any. We have Idea how old It It. In gum. A petroleum deriva- Tbe mill is open for business to keep going further afield to Some of the finished wool is, tlve, polyvinyl acetate, makes from May to October, run along get enough wool." . still dyed in Bancroft, but enoet the gum more pliable. Jf I SOME LAYMEN A ahMit sludy . reveal that aludv . reveals that though, a line of colorful skeins . . h . ,.,.,, n...k. .... . . i.miii., ' tn Lutheran Church tight at the mill. ,''.'' missionaries In South America, , There 'have bee a many Africa and Asia are laymen. changes m woerprocessing V,'ETAXEf.:CriCA:E free Mck-up and Dtltvtry PATTON'S CLEANERS LTD. . 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