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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, February 26, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 37 5 women Mounties Landers posted near Dear Ann Landers: I'm a middle aged man who never thought I'd end up writing to Ann Landers, but I've got a problem I can't talk about with anyone. Please give me some advice. For about two years now my wife has been making up ex- cuses as to why we can't have sex. She has gone through every ailment from migraine headaches to a disc problem which I never heard of until last March. A few weeks ago I told her a man can't go through life with no sex and she'd better shape up or our marriage was headed for the rocks. Her reply was, "If 1 were you I'd get something going on the outside and keep it under my hat." I thought that was a pretty strange thing to say until last Friday when I came home unusually earjy from bowling. (Our team was disqualified.) I discovered that she was doing exactly what she suggested I do. Her partner happened to be the guy who lives next door. My wife doesn't want a divorce. She says she likes me much better than him as a person, that is but in bed, he is the greatest. What she wants is for me to support her and we should live like a brother and sister. She says in exchange for "support" she will keep house, cook, clean, do the laundry and go out with me. But the sex is reserved Printed swim suits cut modestly TOKYO (AP) Japanese fashion designer Hanae Mori, whose butterfly, peacock and cloud-printed dresses have given an Oriental flair to New York stores for years, in- troduced her first swimwear collection Tuesday. A large butterfly across the seat or emblazoned on the chest of a 'sleek one-piece swimming suit was the star of her show. The cresting wave motif rolled across the hems of beach dresses and bikini bot- toms. An Oriental mountain and river design in black and white was another Mori print idea. The suits were cut modestly, and emphasis seemed to be on the prints. "Swimming suits in recent years reveal so much of the body they are not comfortable to Miss Mori said. "I want the suits I design to be fun to wear." She used a clinging, soft, double stretch nylon for her collection of bikinis, one-piece swimsuits, T-shirt dresses, gathered beach skirts and head scarves. The show included a strapless bikini and a one- piece suit that buttoned down the front and had a collar. Prices ranged from about for a one-color bikini to about for a printed chemise knee length beach dress. Another Japanese designer almost refuses to use prints. He is Jun Ashida, designer for Crown Princess Michiko. for the neighbor. (By the way, he is not married.) 1 think it's a lousy idea. What do you think? Mr. Checkbook Dear Mr. C.B.: I think if you buy the brother sister act you have oatmeal where your brains belong. Dear Ann: I'd like to com- ment on that "Owl from Minnesota" who was patting himself on the back for being a "nocturnal." He folded at p.m. and had to be at work at five in the morning. His peak efficiency was between midnight and S a.m. He said, "Someone has to take care of the world during those odd hours." You comment was, "You sound great. Bless you, Dad." Well, Ann, we have such a person in our family. My daughter is married to him. Fortunately, she's a sweet person, and doesn't nag. However, she has dropped subtle hints that she and the children have almost no com- panionship from husband and father. He comes home from work in the afternoon, has a drink (which she reads the paper until dinner, then dozes off in front of the TV. His wife has to wake him up so he can undress and go to bed. At a.m. he's up whistling and singing while the family is still asleep. I can't bless him for the kind of life he is making for my daughter and grandchildren. I think his "nocturnalism" is a habit that could be'easily changed if he weren't so completely selfish. Concerned Grandmother Dear Granny: M.Y.O.B., Dear. This isn't your problem. Most people set themselves up for the kind of life they want whether they realize it or not. So keep your lip zipped and let your daughter manage her own marriage. A no nonsense approach to how to deal with life's most difficult and most rewarding arrangement. Ann Landers' booklet, "Marriage What to will prepare you lor better or for worse. Send your request to Ann Landers, P.O. Box 1400, Elgin, Illinois 60120, enclosing 50 cents in coin and a long, stamped, self addressed envelope. Younger people squelch seniors' sexual needs EDMONTON (CP) A University of Alberta psy- chiatrist says sex involving senior citizens is often needlessly squelched by a younger generation which regards sex over 60 as shameful and perverse. Many younger people are appalled that the elderly are still interested in sex, said Dr. Lois Fuller, when actually sex can. improve their declining self confidence and self es- teem. "It's amazing that people are so surprised people in their late 60s. 70s and 80s want to make love and do make the clinical instructor in psychiatry told 100 Alberta recreational and volunteer co ordinators from extended care institutions at a weekend NEW SPRING ARRIVALS SANDALS By Rangoni Florence Italy are a fabulous "way of life" For Stepping Out with Skirts, Dresses, Pants Style Shown. Oran: Comes in black patent and white softy leather. 4A to B. Sizes 6 to 11. Many more styles to choose from. We. cor- dially invite you to drop in and try on a pair CHARGKX BENEFIT SHOES 815- 4th Avt. South OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY TILL 9 MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED! love is... Edmonton EDMONTON (CP) Five members of the first graduating class of women Mounties will be posted at detachments near Edmonton, the RCMP has announced. The women, graduating March 3, will be stationed at Sherwood Park, Fort Saskatchewan, Ponoka, Stony Plain and Fort McMurray. S. Sgt. Doug Watt said in an interview the women would be "doing everything the regular policemen are involved in now" and would receive the same pay as their male counterparts. RCMP headquarters in Ot- tawa decided to assign the women to detachmments already staffed by at least 10 men, said S. Sgt. Watt. "That's so they can have a greater opportunity to get in- volved in all the varied ex- periences of police work." S. Sgt. Watt said staff at the five detachments had been briefed on the arrival of the women and "there will be mixed feelings, I'm quite sure." "But there is no anticipa- tion of problems." He said the new RCMP recruits were "intelligent and have done very well in training." Boston baths break law BOSTON (AP) The city has been told it must hire a man as an attendant for a women's bathhouse at a public swimming pool. The Civil Service Commis- sion and the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination told the city it cannot restrict the job to women and must hire the first qualified applicant, even if that means hiring a man. And it did. Anthony Forgione, parks and recrea- tion commissioner, said everyone expected the man to decline the job when he was interviewed, but he said he wanted it. He would not iden- tify the man. Mr. Forgione said he will try to get the state commis- sion to change its ruling. taking the fam- ily on a cross-coun- try train .trip. Coffee Nabob 2 Ib. Reg.'Grind 29 2 Green Beans 14 ox: French Cut 351 Kernel Corn York 12 02. Miracle Whip Kraft 32 oz. 29 1 Juice iSmLii 10 u. DM SOUP 1 Aylmer Tomato or Vegetable, 10 oz. tins SODA CRACKERS QQC TUNA Starkist Chunk Light, 6V, oz. 99 PERKY DOG FOOD 16 oz. tins Kraft Dinner OZ. SHREDDED WHEAT Westons, IVzlb. CRISCO OIL 38 oz. 1 I COFFEE I79 SCOTTIES Nabob Instant, 10 oz............................... 200's economy............................... MACARONI RQO SCOTT TOWELS RQ" Crpamette.2-lb.oko............................WW TwinPak.......................................U t Creamette, 2-lb. pkg. f Canada Grade A "Older people have sexual needs and urges that need she said. "They need to have sexual contact with each other and to be together in an intimate sex- ual contrary to popular opinion that senior citizens Have neither the desire nor the ability to perform sexually. Phyllis Foster of Denver, chairman of the American Nursing Home Association Council of Activity Directors, said auxiliary hospital and nursing home workers should encourage good health for as good a sex life as possible. Turning to the physical problems associated with sex in the elderly, Dr. Fuller said there is a risk of a coronary attack or stroke from the ex- ertion "but the feeling of well being is considered to far outweigh the medical dangers." Sex "definitely enhances life and brings meaning to later said Dr. Fuller, who is also on the medical staff of Edmonton and Rural Auxiliary Hospital and Nurs- ing Home District 24, which sponsored the seminar. ROUND STEAK 1" ID, Sirloin Steak i Canada Grade A I T-Bone or Club Steak 179 Canada Grade A Ib.............................................. Rump or Round Roast 119 Canada Grade A Ib.............................................. Silver-bright Salmon In the piece Ib. Dole Golden Ripe Grapefruit 10 si00 California Ruby Red, 56's I V R I Bananas Mandarins fitflQc California Sunkist -W SW W Potatoes 154990 Local-Red or White, bag BLUEBERRY PIES APPLE TURNOVERS Buttered Pan Buns 85 Each 55 Dozen 1 A f. 5 fi ;