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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta New bra builds bust BRUSSELS (AP) -Among the inventions presented at this year's international inventions show is a new kind of brassiere. Instead of having the usual textile cups, it has a metal structure which spirals around the breasts and fastens at the back. In the centre of the front is a small electric massaging apparatus which can be activated whenever the wearer pleases. The brassiere, invented by a Belgian, is said to strengthen and develop the bust. Aussie Prime Minister's wife a charmer By GORTON TAIT SYDNEY, Australia (AP) -Mrs. William McMahon, wife of the new Australian prime minister, is a charmer, an elegant blonde who knows how to dress, is well educated and easily spoken. Before she wed that confirmed bachelor Billy McMahon in 1965, she was Soma Hopkins, a leader in the Sydney social set, rich, and a career woman. He was then 57, she a lovely 34. She had been engaged once before but never married. She is still lovely and mother of two, Melinda, 4, and Julian, nearly 3. At the time of her marriage she was described as "cool, THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "If you MUST wait here for your wife, will you please pull in your stomach?" New indoor sport! Floor tile "racing" with Armstrong Place 'n Press Excelon tile. The "race" is on for beautiful floors. And Armstrong Place 'n Press is the easiest do-it-yourself floor tile ever. I. Peel off the paper. 2. Place tile in position. 3. Press down. The adhesive is already on the back. It sticks by itself. No more putting off. Brighten up those drab, dingy rooms in record time. A 9 x 12 foot room takes about l� hours. And Place 'n Press goes over old tile or linoleum. Or directly on most basement concrete. Anywhere as long as the floor is flat. And because there's no messy glue, you can leave your job partly done for days without worrying about the mess. Use leftover tiles to cover table tops. Line cupboards, drawers or shelves. Remember the name is what you do! The floor tile that's fun to install, .-_ From (Armstrong I AVAILABLE AT THE FOLLOWING DEALERS I (Armstrong Beaver Lumber Co. ltd. 1701 3rd Ave. S. Lelhbridge, Alta. Armstrong United Farmers of Alta. Co-op 3131 2nd Ave. N. lelhbridge, Alia. Armstrong Bird Building Supplies 113 13th St. N. Lelhbridge, Alta. ! Armstrong Capitol Furniture Store 326 5th St. S. Lelhbridge, Alia. Armstrong Ace Building Supplies 433 24th St. N. Lelhbridge, Alta. i Armstrong*' Hamilton's Floor Coverings 90? 3rd Avenue S., Lelhbridge, Alberta Armstrong Jordan* Rugs 315 6th Street S., Lelhbridge, Alberta Armstrong Southern Alberta Co-oo Association ltd. Armstrong Lealta Building Supplies 1256 13th St. N. lelhbridge, Alta. fAVmstrong St. Louis Furniture 118 5th Street S. lelhbridge, Alta. Armstrong Revelstok* Building Material! Cer. 3rd Ave. & 17th St. S. Phone 327-5777 elegant, attractive, a devoted worker for charity, wealthy in her own right and fond of people, travelling, and giving din- ner parties" She had trained and worked as an occupational therapist and done some film work. Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Several months ago someone wrote to ask where to get powdered reindeer horns. Tlie fellow had heard from boys who served in Vietnam that powdered reindeer horns were the greatest sex stimulus of all time and he wanted to try some. You told him to forget it. Take my word for it, Ann, he WON'T forget it. He'll go on trying all sorts of phony junk (some of it pretty expensive, too). He may even do himself some damage. It is an interesting fact that nearly all the fake youth-rejuvenating potions and sex perker-uppers sold in this country are advertised as "French" or "Oriental." The same garbage, when offered in France or the Orient, is called "American." Please tell your readers that all the aphrodisiacs they see advertised in those crummy magazines are worthless, fraudulent and sometimes dangerous. Also tell your readers that they should not monkey around with hormones unless they aire under the supervision of a doctor who knows what he is doing. A woman I wore with used to sing soprano in the church choir. She got an overdose of hormones and now she has a beard and sings alto. -The Town Crier DEAR CRIER: Thank you for an informative letter. That last line is enough to make a person mighty careful. * �  DEAR ANN LANDERS: We are a close family. My wife and I have three teenagers and two married children who have families of their own. Our home is crowded with just the regulars. Our oldest daughter has five kids under 10 years of age. She lives nearby. Our son and his wife have two youngsters and a long-haired dog. Sonny has an excellent job, his salary is larger than mine and he has a beautiful home a few hundred miles away. At every opportunity he piles in with his whole group. Neither Sonny nor his wife (both college graduates) seem to mind the confusion or turmoil. We stumble over bed rolls, dogs and kids for the duration. It's a ball for them - camping out with a full refrigerator and built-in babysitters. We love our kids but we are getting happier to see them leave each time. To add insult to injury their children are allowed to sass both parents and grandparents, stay up late, and eat what they please. This happens for several days at a time about every six weeks, plus holidays. I think we could take it if they would at least go to a motel to sleep. What is the best way to deal with this problem? -J. K. D. DEAR J. K. D.: Sing out - loud and clear - or you'll be seeing them more and enjoying them less. * * * DEAR ANN LANDERS: Please state your opinion on women in pantsuits. My husband announced when the pant-would not be seen with me. He hates them. Last week I tried on several pantsuits just to see how I'd look. (I loathe the midi, and the mini is definitely out.) I thought I looked great. How do you feel about women in pantsuits?-Chomping At The Bit In Bellingham DEAR BELL: The pantsuit is for the tall, slim-hipped gal with a flat tummy and a small caboose. The trousers must be well cut and the jacket must' be strategically proportioned. In my opinion, tlie pantsuit can be smashing on the right figure. On the wrong figure it can be a disaster. (Your husband has probably seen some of the walking disasters.) Since he has stated such strong opposition against the pantsuit, that should settle the question for you, Petunia. *   DEAR ANN LANDERS: My parents are first generation Orientals. It is to be expected that they have developed patterns of eating different from those of the Western world. One that bothers me a great deal, especially when guests are present, is tlie slurping of soup. Both parents read your column and agree with your advice. Since I have been unsuccessful, in getting this idea across to them perhaps if you would mention it in your column you might succeed where I have failed.-Sensitive Son DEAR SON: Retraining parents is very difficult. I don't recommend it. Another foreign custom is belching loudly after a meal as a compliment to the cook. Be thankful for small favors. Take Off Fat With Home Recipe Plan She is friendly enough to talk about that leggy picture of herself on the arm of her husband that has been published around the world. It was taken Tuesday night as they left Parliament House after a dinner party. Was she wearing hot pants? "Well sort of. It was a black crepe dress slit up the front that 1 was wearing for the first time and the wind blew at the wrong moment." The photographer thought it was the right moment, as the wind revealed a great pair of legs. Now, as the wife of the prime minister, would she wear different clothes and have to modify her wardrobe? "I hope not," she said, look- It's simple how quickly one may lose pounds of unsightly fat right in your own home. Make this home recipe yourself. It's easy, no trouble at all and costs little. Just go to your drugstore and ask for Naran. Pour this into a pint bottle and add enough grapefruit juice to fill the bottle. Take two tablespoonsful twice a day as needed and follow the Naran Reducing Plan. If your first purchase does not how you a simple easy way to lose bulky fat and heln regain slender more graceful curves; if reducible pounds and inches of excess fat don't disappear from neck, chin, arms, abdomen, hips, calves and ankles just return the empty bottle for your money back. Follow this easy way endorsed by many who have tried this plan and help bring back alluring curves and graceful slenderness. Note how quickly bloat disappears-how much better you feel. More alive, youthful appearing and active. JtvtREADTl BAT-TREE W CONTEST Win - 1 year supply of No. 950D batteries and a No. 60 Magnet Flashlight. No purchase necessary - No limit to number of entries. Simply come down to our store and count or estimate the number el batteries on display. Deadline for entries - April 1, 1971 EVEREADY - THE BEST VALUE FOR ALL ELECTRICAL APPLICATIONS LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDG. "The largest and best selection of Energizers in South Alta. - Try Usl ing rather startled. "People seem to approve of things I wear now." The women writers say Mrs. McMahon is always up to the minute with the fashions, is elegant and lovely. "My wardrobe is mostly Australian-made," she xiys. "I don't go in for many imported clothes." She now will be responsible for, three homes-the prime m i n i s t e r's residence, the lodge in Canberra; their Canberra apartment and their Sydney house, in an exclusive and expensive suburb. Mrs- McMahon is not, however, Australia's first lady. That distinction belongs to Lady Hasluck, wife of Gov.-Gen. Sir Paul Hasluck. ETHNIC LOOKS - Hired-hand overalls go feminine with a knicker look and patchwork print trimmed in Canadian suede. It is by Jonhafhan Lega.ulf of Montreal. The western-influenced leather suit is worn by milliner designer Mr. Flemming, now of Toronto. The suit was* made for him by a Montreal designer. (^alendap of local kappenin 6 far 1,0� CANADA NO. 1 NETTED GEM POTATOES 10Jb. bag CANADA NO. 1 FANCY Apples c a Mcintosh ...... 3-lb. bag 49' WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES ;