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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers Japanese females modernising '-at-home women disappearing Salurdoy, December 26, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERA1D 21 The Homemaker Stay- BY A "DEAR ANN LANWRS: r have been in telephone survey Moik foi icvcial monlhv II is fascinating anil il is also fright- ening I say frightening because, without even trying, 1 Have been the recipient of information that could make certain in- dividuals ideal victims of robbery, rape and worse. Yesterday, for example, i learned such tilings as: Mrs. J L. K. lives alone. She is hard of hearing and her sight is failing Mrs T H.'s husband works nights. He doesn't get tome until a.m. At such-and-such address two children under 33 years of age we alone until p.m. when their mother retails from work. At such-and-such a place there is never anyone home between and p.m. At another address there is no one home between p.m. and midnight -but they always leave a light on "to fool people." Please, Ann, tell your readers not to give out information to a stranger on Uie telephone. It might make them sitting ducks. Keniuid folks that a little caution can go a long way. -Heard It All. Dear All: We'd make a peach of a pair. You ve heard it all and I've read it all. Thanks for writing. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I was happy to see the letter from the woman who wrote that she was sick and feed of getting turned down by her husband. He was always too tired, or too busy, or he had a headache, or he had to see the finish of the late, late movie on TV. I've been down that road, too-and I can tell you it's a lonesome one. About 15 months ago I came right out and announced to my husband that he was pushing me into another man's arms. I told him flatly I was too young and healthy to live a sexless life. He thought I was talking tlirough my hat, but lie was mistaken. The very next week I took a lover. I have never been happier or felt, better in my life. My body no longer aches to be held. My lips no longer ache to T am fulfilled and content. It's a glorious feeling to be wanted and loved. I hope every man who turns Iris wife down will wonder if she wrote this letter. Don't print my city or 'em guess. DEAR FULL: Here's your I'm letting 'em guess. They can guess about the next letter, too! tt DEAR ANN LANDERS: You are so biased in favor of the men 1 could wring your neck. Why is sex so important? It's a crying shame flat the woman who was hungry for love and signed her letter "Too Late For Me" didn't find my husband before I did. She would have been the perfect mate for my Bounrt-The-Clock Romeo. Sex would have cured her throbbing headache, her ulcer, her flu, pneumonia, hives, earache, backache and bunions. Sex would have also solved all her emotional problems and taken her mind off her financial she didn't get pregnant again, that is. I am glad you printed that woman's letter because it was comforting to know Slat SOME wives in this world are getting a little rest because I And Fed Up In Mexico City DEAR EX AND FED: Feast or famine. Sly irisle, Senora. Que Lastima! Confidential to Just One More Who Is Anti-Establishment: Thanks for the essay. You write well but your logic is poor. .1 like H. L. Mencken's line. He said, "An idealist is one who, upon observing that a rose smells better than a cabbage, con- cludes that it will also make better soup." lly JOHN HOUEIHCK TOKYO (AP) The Madame Butterfly image of Japanese stay at home dependent on the male for life and longer is true. Dressed in minis or midis and sometimes ma.xis, wearing their colorful kimono only on cere- monial occasions, many of them have minds, jobs and careers of Uieir own. Of the female population of 52 million, a total of has jobs. Many are seorataries, tex- tile workers, department store clerks, teachers, nurses, leather workers, food processors. In electronic plants where a fine eye and a delicate touch count more than brawn, and in the country's schools, they predomi- nate. They are active in politics, in premises and held virtual pris- oner during her lifetime. Married, she usually became Ihe slave of a tyrannic mother- in-law whose every whim she had to obey. In rural areas, her donning the helmets and staves of the extremist student protest groups, running for the Diet (parliament) and provincial and local assembles. They join wo- men's consumer committee which tackle the high cost of living and the monopoly prac- Uces of big manufacturers. And, of course, they are alone in the art, of entertaining tired businessmen, either as a trained geisha or a sympatli c t i c bar ALLIES GAVE RIGHTS j Japanese woman was among Until the end of tlie Second I Uie most miserable on earth. marriage was not registered i -i i :F I'acklng Tip r as a Tdireded the enactment onto, the 'money to be laws giving women equality when that was done, take away with men in property rights, in- half the clothes and double the lieriUnce choice of domicile. money. Really good advice 11 ELIZABETH BARTMAN Nothing is more frus- divorce and other matters. Unt e en o e e World War, a woman's lot in j Japan's defeat in the Pacific tOO. I can hardly believe it. but -egal russ. it is perhaps not surpris-1 culling down the quantity you ing that Japan dees not have a take. Only once have I been large, vocal or i m p r e s s i v e 1 short of money, inji liberation movement. much fun! So cnqunc oi Ycko Matsuoka. a graduate of I banker how until she had a childfif she j OI'FOSG U.S. wore barren, she could be cast i Given the not able ..dv.uKe Discriminated against..... ing long hours, unable to be j heard in her own defence, the Japan was not a happy one. As a child, she automatically took a back seat to the males of the family. If she came from a poor family, she later might be pressed into a teeming factory, was ironically a land m a r k in the struggle of its women to gain equality. Gen. Douglas Mac-Arthur's Allied occupation administration put tlirough a constitution which contained Santa creates Learn Hairdressing MARVEL BEAUTY SCHOOL REDUCED RATES-TERMS WRITE FOR FREi INFORMATION OVER METROPOLITAN STORE 336A 8lh Wesi, Calgary new image SEATTLE (AP) There's no "ho. ho. ho" from one Santa Glaus, but "hiya baby, I'm for real." and it comes from a black face covered with white whiskers in downtown Seattle. that's a little "brass bell and dances a combination waltz and twist lo gather donations for toys for minority children. Clara Monroe, a registeied nurse, temporarily set aside her hospital garb and took up the whiskers and red suit to "cheer a child." "All of my childhood, 1 grew up with the image of a white she said. "I think chil- dren should be able to see a black Santa, too." Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements in The lethbtldgc Herald All wedding reports, marriage and engagement announcements will now be published on a spe- cial page in The Herald's Saturday edition each week. Special requests for publication on other specific clays of Ihe week will be given every consideration, Wedding Reports, svith or without picture, will now be accepted in the following forms: Standard Wedding Report- Using the information you provide on The Herald's standard wedding report form, (available at The REPORT ONLY REPOR1 WITH TWO COLUMN PICTURE JIS.OO Extended Wedding Report- it you wish information published which would be additional lo that provided on The Herald's standard report form, this will be accepted, and the entire report will then be charged at 20c per count line. Charge For a Iwo column picture with this write-up would be 510.00. DEADLINE FOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION WILL Bt .1 P.M. WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE' Phone 328-4411 Family Editor The letftbrfdge HeraU Forthcoming marriages Mr. Edward Howell of Lo- j mend is pleased to announce Hie forthcoming marriage of his daughter, Diana Marie to Mr. .Robert M. Coupland, eld- est son of Mr. and Sirs. James Coupland of McNally. The wedding mil take place Saturday, January 16, at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Lethbridge. Mr. and Mrs. William Arthur Humphery of Bow Island are pleased lo announce the forth- coming marriage of their daughter, Calani Elizabeth Jean to Mr. Frederick Edward Guenther, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Guenther of Coaldale. The wedding will take place on January 30, at -1 p.m. in Bow Island United Church. group has a members h i p of back v about But Uieir thrust is home, jiioie political than social, con-1 centi ales more on opposing the U.S. presence in Japan and Vietnam than on achieving women's rights. But collectively Japan e women are making themselves felt. They have been formed into legal affairs study groups, to protect Uieir rights in the marketplace. A consumers' group has shaken the powerful radio-television industry, calling large to carry identification papers, driver's license, itiner- ary, passport, uac. An enthusiastic attitude will something else you should be certain to take with you. II weighs nothing, but the more you have the more pleasure you will have. Long before you i start the trip do endless read- ing about the people and places: of that part of the world to 'which vou are going. Know whiit. you would like to see and do. what your hobbies lire whether they be drama, poli- tics, handcrafts, museums, fcoo at the local market or art ex- hibits. i And when you are there, re- lax Watch the person close at hand and talk to him. If you make friends then keep contact with them w h e n you arrive home. Read their newspaper, view their television, listen to their radio. Forget about home, trj'obfain these ser- keep your heart and mind open over there Include' to your new surroundings. Home will always be tha best" when your holiday is over. Obtain necesaiy Pasport. i you will neec wrapping paper and cord for shipping home some articles bought overseas. It can be time consumin) viceables the prescription fo your eye glasses just in ease your glasses fall overboard. Wrinkle resistant and wash- able clothing is a joy for the traveller. Man-made fibres are for a boycott of color television j jjke rememijer purchases until prices are, cm fee too warm jn very biought down to U.S. export lev- j (.limates. A els. i travel iron and small hair dry- Not all Uieir activities are so handy hut they are not prosaic. In August, a group of i usable hi most foreign bored housewives was arrested [rjes Because of the difference for operating a gambling house voltage. near Tokyo. Their too much free time. i.tendar of local Regular FOE bingo Pack your clothes smoothly and use crumpled tissue paper between folds to prevent too many wrinkles. Stuff men's socks in the shirt collar ring to prevent wrinkles and to save space. Use the corners of your bag for packing little articles. Remember likewise the space ana out Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Easier, Martha Jean and Ian from Kel- owna. B.C., are visiting Kev. G. R. Easter of the First Baptist Church, Lethbridge. BLIND HELP TO CATEE TORONTO (CP) The blind iire not always the ones catered to. Of the iliousands who are yearly retrained to live and work' with their handicap, al- most in Canada work for REPORTEDLY WILL ANNOUNCE ENGAGEMENT Tri cia Nixon, President Nixon's elder daughter, will an- nounce her enoagement sometime during the holidays lo Edward Finch Sox, the son of an Army colonel who is now studying law al Harvard University, the delphia Inquirer reported. The couple is sho ago at the debutante ball in New York. i 3 t i Tri-will on-Holidays inel who ie Philci-v a remember to take a pair of your best walkers because Cosmetics fit well into corners but be sura to seal them against leakage and protect against breakage. Plastic bags are handy for this. They are also good for keeping shoes away from clean clothing and lo act as carrying packages for your outfits. This last idea cuts down on day-to-day packing, since you can remove one outfit with minimum disturbance of the entire suitcase. Lugage in minimum quantity, whether you travel in your own automobile or by plane, will add pleasure to your Services, a food catering service division of the Canadian National Institute for the Blind. Caterplan has 337 branches throughout the country, in factories, schools and businesses. UP SURREY, B.C. (CP) -Women's liberation has caught up with the municipal government of Surrey. Alderman J. A. Dunster served notice of motion at a recent council meeting that IK will ask that female employees retire at 65 years of age, as do male employees, instead of the present, 60. Dunster said about 65 women are employed in various capacities by the CHAPTER BETA SIGMA PHI RAFFLE Won By Mrs. Sylvia Peterson Apl. 301, Henderson lake Blvd. Mrs. Sylvia Maynard of Leth- bridge is pleased to announce the engagement of her oldest daughter, Lynetle Carol, to Mr. j Donald Edward son of Mr. and Mrs, R. E. Shackleford, also of Lethbridge. OUR ENTIRE FALL AND WINTER STOCK SELL-OUT A FORUM ABOUT MATURE WOMEN Dear Margaret Brooklield: When my husband passed away six months ago, he left us adequately' provided for fi- nancially, but il didn't seem right not to have a man as the head of the family. So 1 told my lli-year-okl son Bobby that that was now his job. (He's the oldest of my three But instead of taking on re- sponsibility for the other chil- dren as I Bobby has be- come increasingly wild. He takes al! kinds of dangerous risks and is always getting banged So far it's be e e n mainly culs and bruises, but lately he's taken up drag racing. And when his father was alive he used Lo be such a sensible boy. I'm terribly worried about him and don't know whal to clo, G B., De Bidder. La, Dear G. B.: Perhaps your son wssn't quite ready to be Ihe "man" in the family and is trying to tell you this by his reckless behavior. Why not case up the pressure to have him take his father's place during this period of re- adjustment for all of you? Let Bobby be a boy for a while longer. Then perhaps it might lie easier for lum to liccome a i mail. i I Dear Margaret Hrook'ield I am a year old widou j with a married daughter and j two wonderful grandchildren. 1 live alone in a small apartment and go out very little. I'm not I anli social, but a chronic spi- j nnl condition prevents me from getting around as much as I'd i like. SumeliuiciS it gels pretty i lonesome, 1 wonder vhat, other stay-at-homes like myself do ior I recreation. T. B., Burley, Idaho Readers: 1 know some of you with sim- ilar slay-at-home problems have come up with interesting solu- tions. Why not share them with T. R. in ".Idaho and the rest of us everywhere? Do send iu your suggestions. Thanks. Dear Margaret Brooktield: My husband who is 52 has a j good job with a sales organiza-1 lion, lie keeps insisting though that drinking is part of his job j i and that he must, do it. He not j i only has several cocktails at j i lunch, but also at night with his i i dinner. I'm concerned about this much drinking, but he says I'm just being a prude, How can you tell if a person has a dmikiug Paoli, Pa. I Dear I.. U.: Dr. Morris E. of Bos- ton's General Hospital lists these five warning signals: 1) losing a job because of alco- hoi; 2) Dealing medical or hos- pilal attention because of alco- hoi: S) being arrested because of alcohol; -J) having an auto- i mobile accident because of al- I cobol; and 5) behaving in a i way a person says he never i would had he not licen under I the influence of alcohol. If any of these apply lo your husband. you might contact your local 1 'Alcoholics Anonymous to talk j w i I 11 someone knowledgeable j about the problem. But even if these warning signals don't up- i ply. your husband might still be doing himself considerable phy- sical harm vvilh his drinking. Sec if you can get him to j-our j family'doctor (or checkup, I UNTRiMMED COATS AS LOW AS PRICE Entire stock no hold backs boucles, angora and wool, Harris tweeds, camel hair, Dutch plush, and o host of other fabrus. Sizes 8 lo 44. Reg. lo 49.95 NOW AS LOW AS 1.95 19 Reg, lo 89.95 NOW AS LOW AS 45 EXTRA SPECIAL! 10 ONLY UNTRIMMED COATS NOW ONE PRICE Regular lo 45.00 15.OD A FEW AT 10.00 EXTRA SPECIAL! COATS Assorted ant! colors Reg, to 34.95 ONE PRICE, NOW A FEW AT 5.00 PlEASi NOTE! Wo carry a full line of Fur Collart and Cuffs mink in many shades, coon, fox, and muskral. All collars easily attached. Purchase an unlrimmed coat and wo will supply Ihe collar and cuffs for as low as '.i pricn. MAN MADE AND FUR COATS Some fur Irimmed all al Sale Prices, Otta fur, Persian lamb, Seol, Borg, Broadtail, Mink plus q hosl of novelty fabrics. ENTIRE STOCK OF CAR COATS and LENGTHS Plaids, Wools, Corduroys, etc. some fur trims Reg, lo J9.95 NOW AS LOW AS 14 .95 Reg. to 45.00 NOW AS LOW AS 25 .00 ENTIRE STOCK OF SUITS and PANT SUITS 2 and 3 PIECE STYIES i.95 Reg. 49.95 NOW AS 1.0W AS 19 ALL SALE PRICED i.95 Reg. lo 69.95 NOW AS LOW AS 29 ,95 Reg. to 45.00 NOW AS IOW AS 19 DRESSES AND 2-PIECE OUTFITS 200 selected from ou, large slock included ore wools, crepes, fortrels, melallics, plus a SIZES 7 TO 20 AND IMV'Z Reg. to 26.00 NOW Reg. to 35.00 NOW 20.00 FULL LENGTH MAN-MADE FUR COATS Untrimmed and fur Irimmod, Olta Fur, Persian (S Broadtail, plus a hosl of others all siiet. Reg. Jo 59.95. NOW AS IOW AS 29 i.95 Reg. lo 139.95. NOW AS LOW AS 69 .95 BRAND NAME FORTREL SKI JACKETS A large assortment of :olors. In siioj 12 to 20. Reg. 25.00 .j Jg NOW ONLY I O .ilntirc Slock of Strcfch. Forlrel and Corduroy SLACKS Reg. 12.98. NOW QQ AS IOW AS Reg. 9.98. NOW O QQ AS LOW AS O'VV HOUSECOATS 'W I 'Ria 9.98 14.98 ENTIRE STOCK NOW AT GREATIY REDUCED PRICES !o NOW Rog. lo 19.95. NOW...... All SALES FINAL-NO fXCHANGES OR REFUNDS! SHOP EARIY FOR BEST SEIECIIONI MODERN FASHIONS 309A 5th Street South Phone 327-3039 OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. ;