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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE tETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, July 15 1970- CHILLY BUT DETERMINED Although Lethbridge children ore rejoicing at the return of warm weather, the recent cold spell certainly didn't curtail the swimming activity at the Lions Pool, 16th St. and 5th Ave. N. Shown above is Jerry Bodner, 503 16th St. N., who is not in pain but enduring the nippy air along the diving board. FOOTWEARY FROM THE EXHIBITION? SIT-DOWN CHAIRS AVAILABLE AT SANDY'S JEWELERY D.B.A. MEMBER FREE PARKING SATURDAY "304 on the Second Floor to Serve You More" UPSTAIRS AT 304 5th ST. S. PHONE 327-4625 Women Author Of How-To-Do-It Book Sensuality Will Keep Hubby Home TORONTO (CP) Freda Bradley is 26, attractive, mar- ried and the author of one of the wildest manuals around on how to keep hubby home at night. The unpretentious title of her little book is How to be Sensual and Drive Him Wild, which Mrs. Bradley describes as a "how-to-do-it book" that gets right.down to the "nitty gritty." It's a collection of tips as- sembled by Mrs. Bradley after six months' work includ- ing the testing of her theories in gogo nightclubs and strip joints. The result of the field work by the Saint John, N.B., na- tive showed her that the Ca- nadian male likes to indulge in fantasies, even if he won't admit it. "For she said, "a man may lust for, and see himself raping, a 14-year-old virgin. He doesn't really want the fantasy to become a real- ity, but he does want the feel- ing associated with it. "So on a sensual occasion, if the woman dresses 'up as a 14-year-old virgin, both can play the roles to their satis- faction." Mrs. Bradley defines sen- suality as "sexual stimulation that does not necessarily lead to intercourse and which is satisfying in itself." She admits she is not an ex- pert, but feels she is qualified because of her studies and background based on a psy- chology degree from Dalhou- sie University in Halifax. For five months she gath- ered material, then began writing the book. But then theory itself wasn't enough. "I wanted to test the theo- the only sensual eiv lertainment today is gogo dancing and said Mrs. Bradley, who then went out and did both. Scholarships For Study To 19 Nurses OTTAWA (CP) The Cana- dian Nurses Foundation has awarded to 19 Canadian nurses to pursue graduate studies in the 1970-71 academic year, the foundation announcet recently. The nurses were selected to receive the awards, which range from to foi their leadership potential and scholastc ability. They include: Lesley F. Dcg- ner, Janet I. Leitch and June E. b'collie, all of Winnipeg; Agnes M. Herd and Lorene M. Bard, 3oth of Regina; Mrs. Joan Shaver, Calgary; M. Louise Tod, Edmonton' and Mrs: Patri- cia Christensen, Vancouver. The foundation was incorpo- rated to receive and administer funds for fellowships to prepare nurses for leadership positions. It is dependent upon gifts, dona- aons and bequests from individ- ual donors and organizations. A total of 129 awards have been made since 1962 to 98 students. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "Not- only was the food indigestible and the dishes cracked, but j have a suspicion the napkin had been used Representative for one of Canada's largest wig importers Is Holding a WIG SALE at the MARQUIS HOTEL FRIDAY, JULY 17th IV1AKUUI3 nUIEL 18th p.m. and Each Day Join the thousands of women now enjoying the convenience of this magnificent wig. Natural looking (feels and looks like hair, not straw) Natural colors including grey blends anfrosteds. Non flammable Won't shrink Permanent curl Never needs setting Light weight Not hot Won't tangle Washable No wide elastic all around SEEING IS BELIEVING COME EARLY! BRING A FRIEND! ONCE-IN-A-LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY! A Retail Value At A True Wholesale Price Of Only The number of entertain- ment places and strippers tes- tifies to Uie fact that "men enjoy simply watcliing and looking, and this can be as satisfying as sex." That conclusion producd the following tips on sensuality in her book: occasions require playing roles from slave girls to harem dancers, but these roles "are not lacking in dign- ity." like to feel they own the woman's body and he likes his fantasies to be backed up by reality and his woman. a slave girl if you offer your man a dnnk, offer it on your knees and offer yourself with it. The nian likes to 'feel be owns his woman, so indicate the ownership convincingly: Show vulnerability by lower- ing your eyes and looking at him through your eyelashes; subtly protect vulnerable parts such as the tin-oat and neck, but don't overdo it. out what your man wants in terms of sensuality. can take the drudgery out of everyday life. People now may be ready for personal do your own thing. "For the last 200 years, ex- cept for an elite she says, "most people simply ha- ven't had the time for sen- suality. If people thought of sex they only thought of inter- course. Now that's changing, for men and women. The ne- cessity of- being a drudge is gone. We have time to be sen- suous again." But Mrs. Bradley makes it clear that she dosn't "confuse sensual and social occasions." Sensuality is only a part of a relationship. "It occupies five to 10 per cent of the role be- tween two people, and .the quality of any relationship de- pends on developing different facets of the relationship." Mrs. Bradley, her husband Mike, a 26-year-old account' executive in a public relations firm, and a friend, Michael LaFramboise, set up a part- nership to publish and sell the book once it was written. The book was sent to a printer and the first edition of copies which came out this spring cost them plus mailing costs. Although they had trouble finding a distributor, the first printing of the paper- back has sold out, and a sec- ond edition is under way. "We've received over or- ders and recently response from distributors has been marvellous." She has also received letter from readers who want to know how to make the adorn- in the book and designd by her hus- band. The Bradleys have plans for setting up a mail-order bou- tique, and Mrs. Bradley is thinking of writing another book. SYNTHETICS IN HONG KONG (AP) Hong Kong's wig industry switched from human hair to synthetic lair last year and manufactur- ers report business is booming. The manufacturers said the switch was due to competitive irices and the fact that syn- thetic wigs are easier to handle. GT i win Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: My daughter and her baby are living with us until her husband comes back from Vietnam. Her in-laws come over every Sunday, rain or shine. They are nice folks and we like them, but my husband and I don't feel that we should have to spend every Sunday of our lives enter- taining these ;people. We don't want to hurt their feelings, Ann. How about some advice on how to handle this hot Trapped In Tennessee DEAR TRAPPED: If your daughter has no transportation of her own, offer to drive her to their house on alternate Sun- days. This move cuts the problem in half immediately. And if you and your husband want to go You are not obligated to stay at home every Sunday to enter- tain uninvited guests. DEAR ANN1 LANDERS: Mom says I am crazy to write to you about turtles because your column is for people, but I have something important to say. I have found out that the people who sell turtles in dime stores arid pet stores don't know much about them. Turtles- are fish and meat eaters. Just put a piece of raw hamburger or fish in front of a turtle and watch him snap at it. That food they sell in stores is junk. 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