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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Motel leased by hospital for convalescent care trial BELLEVILLE, Out. (CP) Doctors are constantly caught In the bind of worrying about discharging patients too soon or tielng up needed hospital beds but a pilot project here la aimed at helping larly the convalescent. Dr. Richard Potter, a minis- ter without portfolio In Ontario') Progressive Conservative gov- ernment, has persuaded the government to lease a motel as a self-care unit for a five-year period. The costs of the motel. Ann Land ers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am what is clinically referred to as "bisexual." 1 prefer to think of myself as an ex- homosexual. I have been in the army and graduated from college. My campus life was bizarre. I'd take an attractive girl' back to the dorm after a date and then cruise the gay bais. As I look back at those days it's a miracle the word never got out. Now, it is 10 years later and I am happily married and the father of three fine children. No one in my family knows (or would believe) that I was once a closet queen. This letter is to reinforce something I read recently in your column. You said1 "homosexuals have a built-in radar for detecting their own kind." You are 100 per cent right. Although I've had no sexual contacts with a 'male for 12 years, I can spot a. gay boy a block away no matter how straight he looks to uninitiated. May I use your column to offer some good advice to the world's biseiuals? Here it is: If you want to stay straight, avoid everytling connected with the gay world. Stay out of their bars, snack shops and barber shops. Don't sub- scribe to their magazines and don't perpetuate gay friendships "for. old time's sake." In a word, DISASSOCIATE. Man Who Made the Switch DEAR F.M.: You didn't make a switch you made a choice. Your advice can be applied to other areas alco- holism and gambling, for example. Thanks for writing. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Recently my husband and I went to visit hlf brother and wife and their newborn infant. When we arrived it was nearly noon and Maryjane was ill the living room, breast-feeding the baby. She greeted us cor- dially and made no attempt to cover kept on. Later that light the four of us were playing cards. About ten o'clock, Maryjane said, "I'll be back in a minute." In- deed she was r- with ibe baby in her arms. She nonchalantly unzipped her hostess coat, whipped out a breast and pro- ceeded to mine again. The next t day tntre was another performance. By this time my husband and I were pretty annoyed by her lack of consideration respond to her two distress calls. But the widow was alive and after recovering at the hospital she returned a taxi. SPECIAL OFFER! While our lupply losti wi will you ONE FREE CAN OF HAIRSPRAY with ivery SHAMPOO and SET CHRIS' BEAUTY SALON 706 3rd Ave. South Phone 327-2079 ACT, part of Trim-Cmidt Tiltphont Systim It seems that only yesterday she went her own way to live her own She's only as far as the phone. LONG DISTANCE makes fonder Call tonight ;