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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, July 30, 1970 Ann Landers DEAR ANW LANDERS: Your column is the main topic of conversation over luncheon tables. Recently three people brought the same column and wo got into a heated argument. I refer to the question of whether or not a female can per- petuate a sex crime. Your answer was pat, and legal, but I believe the law ought to be changed, and one of these days it will be. Here is an example of what I mean. A respectable fam- ily man was lying in his own backyard, sunning. He was waring a pair of bathing trunks. Tlte next-door-neighbor girl an overblown, voluptuous sex-kitten of 13 spotted him. She was also sunbathing in a bikini. A moth would have starved to death on it. I saw the girl go into the man's yard and lie down so close to him you couldn't have put a blade of grass between them. I steed at my kitchen window and watched her torment that guy for about ten minutes. I was greatly relieved when the man's wife came out with a pitcher of lemonade. The girl returned to her own yard two seconds later. If something out-of-the-way had happened the law could have found the man guilty of rape. I say this is rubbish. In fact, several good lawyers believe the vast majority of rape cases are frame- ups. Will you comment, please? is Believing DEAR SEEING: I agree some girls invite trouble. But a 13-year-old is only a dozsn years out of diapers. When. Lolita showed up he should have given her a fatherly greet- ing and gone into the house. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Is my anger justified? If you say I am wrong, I will accept your verdict. Here is the situation. I have two children under three years of age and a third baby on the way. The problem is my husband. He won't do one thing around the house. He refuses to wash a dish, scrub a floor or even take out the garbage. I don't know how hard to push him because in my family it was too much the "other way. Ma was a terrible nagger. She henpecked Papa unmercifully. He did more housework than she did. I always felt so sorry tor him and so did everyone else. My husband's family is the opposite. My mother-in-law raised five children while my father-in-law sat around and1 watched. The boys all take after their father. I should tell you my husband is working a second job because we cant make it on his present salary. He puts in about 12 hours a day, five days a week. This makes me wonder if I have the right to expect him to help me at home. I'd like your opinion. Callouses DEAR CAL: A husband who works two jobs should not be expected to scrub floors, but he could dry a dish or help his pregnant wife take out the garbage. And it wouldn't hurt if he'd change a diaper and help put the kids to bed on the weekend not as a work-saving device but as a means of establishing a relationship with his children. DEAR ANN LANDERS: This is sort of an etiquette ques- tion. What should a 17-year-old niece say to bar uncle when she finds herself sitting next to him in a dark theater which is featuring a very sexy film and the woman with him is not her aunt? Should she mention it to her mother? In Erie DEAR EYEFUL: She should say "Hello" to her uncle and nothing to anyone else. J J' T I i j GOLDEN WEDDING-Mr. and Mrs. P. D. (Percy) Murdoch were honored recently at an cpen house held in the Pemmican Club Rooms on the occasion, of their 50th wedding anniversary. Long-time residents of the city, Mr. and Mrs. Murdoch have three daughters, Mrs. T. W. (Jean) Westfali of Houston, Texas; Mrs. Jack (Joan) Patterson 'of Clinton, Utah, and Mrs. Robert (Marjorie) Rains of Warner, and 11 grandchildren. Mr. Murdoch farmed in the Lethbridge district, was a government inspector of poultry and managed the Alberta Poultry Marketers Co-Op Ltd. for 22 years before retirement. 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