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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN According io a wire service story, the U.S. sex capital Ls not Monterey, California, as me of your readers suggest ed it is Lincoln, Nebraska. Yes sleepy ol'Lincoln, heartland of Middle America where the corn is as liigh as an elephant's eye. Looks as if they've got oats there, too wild ones, according to the London Daily Telegraph which sent five reporters to a sampling of what life is like in a "conservative, Midwestern city." The reporters found a significant amount of wife-swapping, adultery and various types of hanky-panky, especially among the well-to-do Prates! ants. The Mayor ot Lincoln and the President of the Council of Churches invited the reporters back tor a better look. They fell' the reporters had made unfair, sweeping generalizations based on a few sorry examples. Your column undoubtedly appears in Lincoln. Wbat is the mail like from "Sin City, Cut us in on it, will you? X'asey DEAR JUST: The mail from Lincoln is just like the mail from Miami, or Traverse City, Michigan; Las Vegas, Wheel- ing, W. Va.: Foil Worth, Mitchell, S.D. and Shrevcport, La. People are very much the same all over. If those five re- porters v-nl to any U.S. city, large or small, they would find the same problems that exist in London or Manchester or Leeds. DEAK ANN LANDERS: My husband and 1 have happily married for five years. At tliis very moment his par- ents are not spuaking lo mo. and he has called me -'selfish and The problem: We live in a university town. Several weeks ago my husband's aunt asked if her daughter could live with us while attending Lhe university. Annette is a lovely girl and willing to pay for room and hoard. Bui: I don't want her living here. My husband and 1 both work and we see too little of each other as it is. I value our privacy. Our time together is very precious. We have a small place with only one bathroom. If Annette were living with us, I'd have to serve meals on sched- ule. .It would be like having a house guest on a permanent basis. My husband doesn't understand UiLs but he agreed to ailow me to make the final decision. 1 feel his aunt was extremely insensitive to have put us in this awkward position. She should have waited for us to offer instead of asking us outright. If money were a problem 1 would have said O.K. and put up with the inconvenience, but the girl can well afford a dorm. The whole family is mad at: me. They think I. am ler.'ible. Am I? in Lansing THEY are terrible [or attempting to punish you for saying no. Youj- decision was based on valid reasons and you should not feel guilty, nor should you attempt to defend voursctf. Unsure of yourself on dates? What's right? What's wrong? Should you? Shouldn't you? Send for Ann Landers' booklet "Dating Do's and enclosing with your request 35 cents in coin and a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope. thursdrjy, 31, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 19 Church of unit; appy over British Health Education campaign reaches ike al LONDON (AP) The Pregnant Bride today joined the Pregnant Man and the Careful Casanova in the Brit- ish Health Education Coun- cil's birlh control campaign. The council's I h i r d illus- trated pamphlet in its Cam- paign to cut down on un- wanted babies featured a pic- ture of a pregnant girl in tra- ditional wedding white stand- ing at (he altar and telling the vicar, "I did." The council had second thoughts and decided to slim down the bride. "She's a little too pregnant for a church." said the director general of the group, Dr. Bill Jones. "We do not want to be offensive to anybody." But of the leaf- lets already had gone out, and today the tabloid Daily has a circula- tion of five million publish- ed the picture of the bulging bride in a four-page ad- vertisement paid for by the ON'E IN" FIVE HAS TO "One in five brides get Specs collected for ike needy j in Caribbean I TORONTO (CP> A I spokesman for the Ontario d e p a r t m e n t of education I said here about JO.OOO old j spectacles have been collect- j ed since Operation Eyeglass- i es was stalled six weeks ago. j The department, working i in co-operation with the Geor- j gian College of Applied Arts and Technology, is collecting the glasses for shipment to needy students in the Carib- bean. The [rames are being re- paired and lens prescrip- tions identified by students taking an optical "lens pro- cessing course at. Georgian's Penetanguishene earanus. local n to a happy New Year for all. Hearlfolt thanks for your patronage. Hamilton's Floor Coverings LTD, 909 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5454 appeniniji St.. Basil's CWL will hold its regular meeting Tuesday p.m. in the church hall. All members are requested to attend. Lcyal Order of Moose hold a New Year's Party in the Moose Hall, 1234 3 Ave. N. There will be a dance to j records with supper, noise makers and hats. Women arc requested Io bring items for a pot-luck supper. married because they have said the ad, which gave advice on choushiji; birth con- trol devices. !n it.s editorial columns, Tim Mirror termed all this "brutal realism" and invited ils readers to write in if they were shocked. A spokes in a n for the Church England said it wasn't happy about the latest development in the birth con- trol campaign because it "might give Ihf impression that pregnant girls are regu- larly married in white with the church's bussing." The c o 11 n c i I's first eye- catcher in t h e controversial campaign was a picture of a young man clutching his dis- tended abdomen the cap- tiuii. "Vvindd more careful if i1 you I pregnant." Lasl came a of ital'an iover C wooing a bare-breast The caption said C was careful and "ne anyone inln trouble." "This s are just people the th who arc normal nels." n o f sensational- ays Dr. Jones, "We trying to reach the who really matter housands of couples not reached through health service chan- ANTASTIC CORDUROY JACKETS BUCKSKIN JACKETS WOOL JACKETS WOOl MELTON MIDI COATS CHINCHILLETTE COATS Broken siies 6 to 16 Reg. to 79.95 YOUR CHOICE 14 .99 Pur trimmed coats, trimmed with Spanish lamb, bleached Raccoon, Persian Lamb, dyed Raccoon, Pastel Mink, fabrics of man-made Seal, Boucle Wool, Wool Worsted, Wool Tweeds, Shetland Wools. Also some untrim- med coats. Broken sizes 8 to 16 Reg. ro 129.95 YOUR CHOICE 19 GROUP NO. 3 Fur Trimmed and Untrinimed Coats. Coats, and Jackets Junior and Missy Styles and Sizes. YOUR CHOICE 24 ESSES OVER 350 DRESSES Party Wear, Daywear, Cocktail, Evening, Ensembles, Mother of the Bride Ensembles. All top fashion names. Algo, Murray G, Carlo Jane, A R Dress, Duet, Wiltshire, Lawrence Dress. Sizes S to IS 8 lo 20 to lA'ft. EVERY DRESS GOING TSWEA FAMOUS MAKERS SPORTSWEAR COORDINATE' SALE HELEN HARPER, DARLENE, JAMES CHAMBERS, JUNIORITE, RAGDOLt, LOVABLE KNITS, BIL BOUQUET. THIS GROUP INCLUDES: PANTS, SKIRTS, SHELLS, BLOUSES, PULLOVER, CARDIGANS, JACKETS, MIDI JACKETS. FABRICS OF FORTREL, COURTELLE, IMPORTED ENGLISH WOOL, KPRATRON, I love letting him have the last sip a{ your wine, ORLON, CECARA, WOOL TWILL, WORSTED WOOLS. The Savings Are Fantastic 40% 50% EVEN DON'T MISS SEEING THESE FASHIONS STRETCH SKI PANTS More than 10 styles, some with the new flair leg (or the tops in ski fashion. Assorted colors plus Black, Navy, Brown. Sizes 6 to 18. Reg. Io 30.00 YOUR CHOICE 6 I NOTICE WE WILL BE CLOSED SATURDAY, JAN. 2nd SPECIAL FEATURE! 9 SET SET Made by famous makers. Washable knit fabric wide wale cord. Asst. colors. Sizes 10 lo 16. Reg. to 26.95 JUMP SUITS Fortrels, Orlons, Nylon and Wool, Wools. Many, Many Styles. Sizes 8 to 16 and 7 to 15. SAVE 30% TO 50% Reg. to 35.00..... S. UP 25 ONLY JUMP SUITS Sleeveless, Washable Knit CMon. Sizes S, M, 1. Reg.' 12.95 iATIR SALE Over 500 sweaters, cardigans, pullovers, crew- neck, V-necks, zipper front, skinny ribs, vests, ponchos, long sleeve, short sleeve and sleeveless. All sizes, colors, patterns, designs, etc. Washable Orion, Wool, Mohair and Angora, SAVINGS TO 75% 5? Reg. to 20.00 AND UP FOR THE MATURE WOMAN 2 3 PCE. SUITS Dressy and Daytime styles. Wool knits, celaras, silk. Sizes to Reg. 25.00 to 55.00 i SAT. A.IKL DOOR CRASHING SPECI iLS! oiVE OUR STAFF A WELL DESERVED HOLIDAY A Very Happy Afcio from uxm u to axxn Genuine leather In Black, Brown, Navy and Pastel colors. Broken sizes. Some with zip linings. Lounge Wear Coulotfos, pan! e I s, gowns. Double knit, wash- able Amol, floral and ab- stract patterns, Sizes Reg. 35.00 4.99 60 ONLY PANTS Stretch ny'ori, imported wools and worsted. Missy sizes 8 tc- 16. Over size 36 to 44. Reg. Io 19.95 3.99 MACHINE WASHABLE BLOUSES Calf poly ester. 3 styles. Olive, Mcuve, Brown, Gold. Sizes 10 to IB. Reg. 4.98 1.99 ONE GROUP SWEATERS Washable Orion. Turtle neck. AsM colors. Sizes Limited Quantities No Exchange or Refunds REG DISCOUNT STORES 307 5th Street S. Phone 328-7324 A DIVISION OF OU3CO DISCOUNT STORES ITD. MACHINE WASHABLE POLYESTER BLOUSES Perma press, ii> styles. While, Liloc, Blun, Navy, Beige, Mauve, Pink Sizes 10 to 18. Compare lo 12.95 YOUR CHOICE 2.99 ;