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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Author reveals romance with painter of abstracts AMSTERDAM (Hculer) A 62-year-old Dutch author tias i disclosed her part m an un- happy romance in llio life ol Dutch abstract painter Fict Monclrian more lhan -10 jears Mrs. Lily Van Pareren be- lieves she was the only v.eman LO whom Monclrian ever pro- posed marriage. Stic was only 20 and the painter was in Ins late 50s. But her father, lire Dulcli poet Dop files, objected lo the mar- riage ana hustled his daughter back to Amsterdam from Paris, Mondrian was ivorking at the lime. The centenary of Swihart Photo EIGHT-ENDER Lcthbridge curlers, from left, Kay Balfour, lead, Doreen Reinhardt, second, Helen Webb, fhlrd, and Ivy Plant, skip look over fheir eight-ender at the Fort Macleod bonspiel. Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Fred and I have been married three years. When we mel 1 was a sUident nurac. He has a hangup about that uniform 1 used to wear, and has asked me lo put it on at Uie craziest times. To please him I've worn it on occasions which I felt were most inap- propriate, and I came off looking like a darned fool. For example, we had his boss and his wile to dinner a few weeks ago. Fred insisted that 1 wear my student nurse uniform. When I greeted Ihe guests starched, bibcd, col- lared and cuffed they were stunned. Al first they didn't recognize me. They thought someone in the house was sick. My husband didn't bat an eye. I don't enjoy this sort of thing and I'm uncomfortable about it. Fred says I'm childish. If I refuse to oblige him pouts. What should I do? wife DEAR WIFE: Your husband has no right lo inflict hU fetish on you in public. Tell him you'll put on the uniform lor him once in a wliile in private, but not for guests. And let him pout. Confidential to Healthy or Unhealthy Sex: It sounds very unhealthy to me. The tell-tale clues are the uncertainty, an- xiety, guilt, suggestion of promiscuity and sex for sex's sake. A healthy sexual rclationsliip is part of a total picture. It's not something to do. Healtlry sex is the ultimate hi friendship. Please send inquiries and rctniests lo Landers Reader- mail Department, Chicago Sun Times-Daily News, 401 North Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111. 60611. WATCH! SEASON" r whoso birth falls this year -died slill unmarried in New YorK in (1344. i Al :i press conference here, [Mrs. Van Pareren said1 "1 was four years old when j v.c first met. 1 would sii on Mondrian'.s knee and sing street songs for him. "Our next meeting was ;6 years later in Paris. Wr; in love, but my father disapproved because of the difference in om- ages." CREATION A .MISTAKE She said wile received three love letters from Mondrian after 1 his proposal was refused. llien never heard .of him again. I Sbe keeps the letters under lock and key and would show them lo no one. Describing some of tile ,irL- isl's eccentricities, she said; "The reason lie turned to stract painting, geometrical fig- ures and straight lines was i! ;t he came to twlicve that (he creation was a mistake of God and that anything natural meant suffering. He thought the j only way to avoid suffering v. as lo be unnatural. I Even when he was discovered dead in New York tlic gramo- phone at his bedside was stili warm, and lie had been vorlriry furiously at liis unfinished paint- ing. Victory boogie-woogie 19-14." ioue is approving of her hotpanti. Mondtiy, MorcS 6, 1972 THE lETHBSlroE HEUAID 13 Campus in llie coulees; reading conference site j The 'Campus in the Coulees' will be the selling for an femalionnE Reading Conference- sponsored by the University nf I-ethbrnlgc, Saturday, Mjirt'b Dr. Dorolhy Lnmpnrd, Uni- versily of Lcthbridgc ami .Mrs. i P e g g y Albislon, School District No. 51 u'tll net as co-chair men of the pro-! gratn which stresses research. 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