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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, January 3, 1975 THE oETTER HALF By Barnes Ann Landers Dour Ann Landers: I'm sure my problem is a common one but no one has ever had the guts to write to you about it. Here goes. I love my husband very much. Our marriage is great except for when it comes to sex. He is unable to satisfy me alter four years of marriage. Please don't get me wrong. I'm not a nymphomaniac. Just a normal 27 year old. Because of this I am having an affair with a great guy who has the same problem with his wife. Our relationship is pure- ly sexual. Neither of us wants to hurt our families. All we want to do is enjoy ALL aspects of life. Since I DO love my husband, I would like to pass on to my husband my lover's techniques of turning me on. Our marriage would then be complete. The problem is how do I teach him without arousing his suspicions? Is it worth the chance? Loving But Not Adequately Loved Dear Loving: Most lovemaking "techniques" are instinctive. People with im- agination think of them on their own. Don't be afraid to guide your husband subtly. But for heaven's sake, don't come up with too many new ideas all at once. Dear Ann Landers: My marriage of six weeks was an- nulled two years ago. When people ask, "Have you ever been what is the correct answer? I say "no" because an an- nulment makes a marriage null and void as if it never happened. Hecently I was called down for not telling the truth. Please set me straight. Don't Know Dear D. K.: You WERE married, but the marriage was annulled. That, my dear, is the correct answer. "Years ago Stanley promised me a brass band for my wedding and I'm still wearing it on my left Think metric Dear Ann Landers: I am kicking myself because I think I've been outfoxed. A woman I used to be friendly with telephoned last night to say she and her husband heard we are giving a party and their in- vitation must have been lost in the mail because so many of our mutual friends have received theirs. She added, "I know you wouldn't leave us I was so stunned, I replied, "Of course we sent you an in- vitation. I'm glad you called." They were NOT on our list and now I'm annoyed with myself. On the other hand, Ann, what could I have said to her? Two Too Many Dear T.: You could have said, "No, we didn't send you an invitation, but we hope to invite you another time." The best way to protect yourself against people with chutzpah is to combat it with some of your own. Let's wax warmer to Celsius degrees If the weatherman forecasts a temperature of will you pack a picnic basket or haul out your winter coat? A picnic would be the better idea since is what we now know as This new scale of temperature measurement is called Celsius and is based on the following: IS THE SAME AS or the freezing point of water while IS THE SAME AS or the boiling point of water. Comfortable room temperature formerly is now Therefore if the temperature is you will probably want to take a sweater with you since this is just the cool side. Your fall coat however likely won't be needed until it's That prime rib roast that you pop in the oven at will now cook in the same way at Or for those of us who are likely to be heating a frozen chicken pie at the Celsius equivalent would be Lethbridge College place to be. 'Employment" opportunities are available when you successfully complete one of the short-term programs at the Lethbridge Community College. BASIC PLANT OPERATIONS This course is designed to introduce the student to the operation, maintenance and legislation governing basic plant utilities. The course covers 4th Class Steam, electricity, gas plant operations and automatic basic plant controls. Sufficient information will be presented to enable the student to successfully write the Provincial Government Department of Labour Fourth Class Power Engineer's Certificate Examination. In addition to the theory instruction the course includes a six week supervised work out experience. 16 weeks beginning January rioon and p.m. daily, Monday thru Friday FLOOR TILE AND CARPET LAYING This program provides the necessary skills of the floor covering trade. The student will receive instruction in the theory of laying the different kinds of floor coverings as well as have the practical experience to reinforce this instruction. 12 weeks beginning January 13, 1975 noon and p.m. daily, Monday thru Friday. SEAMSTRESS AND TAILORING TRAINING This is a practical course designed for students wishing to find em- ployment in the following dressmaking; tailoring; fitters; alterations; finishing; sample makers; or garment sales. 12 weeks beginning January 13, 1975 noon and p.m. daily, Monday thru Friday GRADUATE NURSES REFRESHER This course is designed to provide an opportunity for nurses who have been inactive from the practice of nursing, to re-establish their nursing skills. It will also be helpful to the nurses who desire to investigate areas of health service, other than the one in which they are presently practicing. 6 weeks beginning March 17, 1975. noon and p.m. Monday through Friday. AUTO BODY This course is designed to help the students.acquire the necessary skills for employment in the auto body industry. Body work, painting, metal shrinking and the safe use of welding equipment will be the main areas covered in the course. 12 weeks beginning January 13, 1975 noon and p.m. Monday through Friday. UPHOLSTERY: This course will provide training in the designing and construction of furniture as well as the fitting of upholstery material. Project work in upholstery will be the major part of the course. 12 weeks beginning January 20, 1975 noon and p.m. Monday through Friday. FOR DETAILS REGARDING THESE COURSES FINANCIAL contact 4QCISTiNPF THE SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION MOOlOIMnuc Telephone 327-2141 or fill in the IS attached application form for AVAILABLE further information. B.C. offers diagnostic cancer plan VICTORIA (CP) British Columbia Health Minister Dennis Cocke has announced the provincial health depart- ment will spend up to million on diagnostic equip- ment to detect cancer of the breast. The equipment, to be purchased by the B.C. Hospital Insurance Service for 25 hospitals in the province, will be distributed on a geographic and popula- tion basis. He said operating costs will be paid by the province and estimated the costs at about for the first year, increasing to at least million a year as more women are referred by their physicians for diagnostic mammography. He said proposals for mass screening, where women would be able to undergo such tests without referral frofn a physician, are being con- sidered. OES Club installs officers APPLICATION FORM SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Mr. Mrs. j NAME: Miss Telephone !ADDRESS COURSE ALL CLASSES CANCELLED DURING THE CANADA WINTER GAMES Welcome to a career. Call 327-2141 and ask for Career Information. :J Maple Leaf Chapter No. 7, Order of the Eastern Star, recently installed Lorna Wadstein as worthy matron. Other officers installed for 1975 included: Allen Wadstein, worthy patron; Buck Ain- scough, associate matron; Mel Steen, associate patron; Doris Larcombe, con- ductress; Sharon Ward, associate conductress; Charles Evans, secretary; Eleanor Shaver, treasurer; Flo Hughes, chaplain; Garnet Ward, marshall; Hilda Lyckman, organist; Ruth Moore, Adah; Kay Barlow, Ruth; Lillian Pelham, Esther; Pat McCuIley, Elec- ta; Ross Hughes, warder and John Pelham, sentinel. Installing officers were Marion Powell, Ken Powell and Betty Brower of Castleview No. 21. Pincher Creek represen- tatives installed were: Vera Band, associate matron; Tom Band, associate patron; Henrietta Halt, secretary; Jean Lawrence, conductress; Hope Ferguson, associate conductress, Flo Hughes, chaplain; Lois Story, marshall; Alice Shearer, organist; Ted Lawrence, warder and Alvin Rider, sen- tinel. Sears SATURDAY SPECIALS LIMITED QUANTITIES STARTS A.M. PERSONAL SHOPPING ONLY! Men's 100% Acrylic KNIT SHIRTS Turtleneck Reg. Crewneck Reg. Fashion Collar Reg. Cable stitch knit shirts. Colors of Tan, Powder, Natural, Black, Navy, Yellow. Limited size range, and styles in some colors. Men's Furnishings Sheet Sets Twin. Reg. ...................14.99 Double. Reg. .................1 7.99 50% cotton, Imprest by Tex Made. Floral design. Contains flat, 1 fitted, 2 cases. Bedding Linen Manicure Set O99 Towel Pole C99 W Reg. Chromed steel with 2 towel stirrups and 1 bar. Bedding Linen Snowmobile Mitts C99 W Reg. pr. Made of 2 grade hides. Double lined with foam In- sulation for ultimate warmth and comfort. Sports Centre W Reg. Zippered leather case contains mirror and comb, nail and cuticle scissors, nail file, tweezers. Beauty and Health Dresser Set Q99 Reg. Set includes brush, mirror and comb. Handsomely designed. Beauty and Health Ronson Electric Shaver i99 29 Reg. Handsome and sleek razor includes replacement cutter kit. Beauty and Health Ladies'Ski Suits 99 Made of nylon, suits in small size only. 2 only. Reg. and Ladies' Sportswear Duraclpth Ironing Table Cover and Pad Set 399 Reg. 3 year guarantee. Housewares Men's Fashion Boots Side zipper, pile lining, black or brown. in. Reg. 7 in. Reg. 20.66 17.65 Shoe Dept. TV Tables 12" I fc Reg. Set of 4 on stand. Rose pattern. China Glassware Ladies'Ski Pants Nylon ski pants with bib front. Reg. and 3 only. Ladies'Sportswear Men's Commuter Boots Black and brown. Three eyelet tie. Reg. Shoe Dept. Women's Fashion Boots 16 in. polyurethane boot. Adjustable laces. Reg. Shoe Dept. Ladies' Ski Pants 20" fm W Reg. or Nylon ski pants. 3 only. Navy, Blue, Green. Ladies'Sportswear Women's Fashion Boots 2-J45 Glove-soft leather, nylon tricot lining. Black and brown. Reg. Shoe Dept. Children's Snow Boot 930 Ankle cut, or Reg. Snoe Depf. Ltd- Enjoy it now! Use your All Purpose Account. At Simpsons-Sears you get the finest guarantee. Satisfaction or money refunded. Store Hours: Open Daily a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday a.m. to p.m. Centre Village Mall. Telephone 328-9231 ;