The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa,  on January 13, 1968 · Page 18
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Ottawa, Canada
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Saturday, January 13, 1968
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' 18 . Soturcloy, -January 13, 1968 The Ottawa Journal ci: A ATAT T A ATnnV C Dear Ana Lander: I just read the letter from the mother who was ready to pull the hair out of her head because her 17-year-otd son talks on the phone a lot to his girl. This is a problem? - Our lS-year-old son goes steady with a little snip who is IS. He Is with her every night of the week. They either go to the movie, or Just ride around town. (He has his own car.) Our son's hair is nearly down to his sHoulders, with a . hair is-straight- and stringy and her bangs are so long I . cant figure out how she breathes, let alone sees. Cam scared to death that these children are going to get into trouble. Last night when I asked my husband to talk to the boy about sex he said. "It's up to the girl's par ents to talk to her. - If the girl gets pregnant is there a law that says our son has to marry her? We live in .Michigan. Worried Mether. Dear Mather Tber is ne law that cast fere a marriage. Thar is a law, how-aver, that says a lather most topper! his ckOdrem. It's a aiighty sad stata of attain, wheat the nether el a 17-year-M bey has Is ask this Question. Wbe raised this bey aoyway! A. nouir SEEN Of LONDON: Oa all th models! The stobil face carls . . 4. newest facet ha the H hmisine took. Pall a small amount of hair forward from the hairline and put ap oa rollers . . . then comb out softly (no hair spray) and let Ibewi fall as they will. They range m numbers from i to two n front of the ear) depending oa bow many you fed right with. London T7. Fan Selection of Coats, Sells, Dresses, Sportswear and Accessories Ask Aooat Oar Cast owl Credit : OTTAWA MONTESSORI SCHOOL 24 SprtagfWd Rd. FOR CHILDREN Z'i TO TEARS ENQUIRIES: CALL 7X1-2223 HAVE FUN AT YM-YWCA METCALFE AT LAURIER PLEASANTLY INFORMAL CLASSES AND SPECIAL EVENTS FOR COURSES: nan : 4 1 TUU flUVAIMI HU HPMYDCTT WBfWIYB MUD1T KTISIITIOIU conn an rjcaTsaoot mronie Fears Son Going Too Far With Girl Dear Ann Landers: My sis-, ter is the quiet type but she has a will of iron. She also has tons of energy and is fantastically efficient. - 1 have four children and am pregnant again. During every one of my pregnancies, my sis-' ter has helped me out. I really appreciate her help (She can work rings around any cleaning woman.) but I am becoming- resentful because she is taking over my home. Sis comes bursting in at any hour of the morning or night. She polishes, waxes, bakes, cooks, scrubs and tears apart closets and cupboards without even asking me if I want something done. She has made me fed that this is not my home any more. I have told my husband of my resentment and his advice is. "Tell her off." But it's not as easy as it sounds. I'm afraid if I start. I'll say more than I should and it will be the end of our relationship. Right now I am exhausted from trying to straighten up the house before she comes. I hate letting ber do so much of my work. Please help me. On the Kaaor's Edge. Universities To Hold Concert Carnival Week Algonquin College, the University of Ottawa and Carieton University have formed a Joint committee to present a concert at the Civic Centra oa ( Tuesday. Jan. 30, at 8J0 pjn. starring the Everry Brothers and the Glenn Yarbrough Show. Tickets for the event which will end "Polar Bear Day" went on sale today at the Davis Agency and oa the university campuses. Tickets are also available at the Cenlrnmal Centre and the CCEA Laasdowot Park offices. This concert wig be a highlight of the aui varsities' Winter Carnival festtvUea. Nurses Plan Meetingsx Mrs. Elizabeth HcCue has ' chosen "Mental health aars-trg in Canada" as her topic for aa address to atemeers of the Ottawa West Chapter. Registered Nurses Association of Ontario, to be held Thursday, at S pa. at the Civic Hospital. On the same evening, Ottawa East Chapter will meet in Ottawa General Hospital auditorium with Mr. Allan GiDmore as speaker. Hia topic will be "Drvvtooment plans of the University of Ottawa." DOWN 14 PER CENT, Crony tstnTMity cowideraftioM declined 14 per cent due la the introduction of the Canada and Quebec Pension Plana. MOT Ft OPIE THE MEN AND WOMEN UltfOOH mat oi torn am niKuis rasaooi PHOT CDTTBf DKMATM 1 lOW swift loousATrumn ' ACCREDfTED NURSERY SCHOOL SERVICE ENROLL PROMPTLY FACILITIES LOOTED LTSOU DUSKS OKI R002, SUXCA7, 14A UA, 1961 2 P.M. . 4 PM. AT MEN'S DIVISION WEEKDAYS 9 A.M. 9 P.M. I' or farther Imfnrmmlitn Admit Prtrsm Deft. 127 METCALFE ST. ' 236-7901 Dear Edge: Year sister is snch a driven, assniniii img persaa that there can be a reaipreiniie, Either (a) keep auata er (b) teal her off and aire hrlat at get yoa through -tfcis pre aweary er (c) de the . wars is wR. I wsta far (k) er (d) and I has yea de, tea. Yeal feel a lot better. Ceafideatial ta Hew Da I Fight It With your hat. Mis-' ter. Grab it and run. They say it takes two to make a marriage a girl who is willing and a mother who is anxious. Get it? - , Cowfifcilil ' a' Reddy Freda: I hope yon are ready , for plenty of trouble. The I girl is andrrsge (in every one of the at states) and her fath er can do plenty. x . r awn wiliI as Panled fwak So ant I. Your story sounds like something you dreamed on your last psychedelic trip. If you are on : (be level, send me your name nd a seU-addressed. stamped envelope and I will try to help you. JANUARY WTB AH IT? 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