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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR READERS: All of you out tliere who have been breast-to-chest, belly-to-belly breast-to-chest, belly-to-belly and knce-lo-knee stop it immediately. I am changing my advice. I told tiie hus- band who had criticized his wife for this "indecent" pos- ture that he ought to clean up his mind thai obviously he considered dancing the verti- 'cat expression of a horizon- tal idea. Here is a sanrole of the mall in response to that col- umn. (Some o( it has been laundered for publication.) From Beaumont, Texas: Your advice to the man on dancing cheek to cheek, breast-to-chest, belly-lo-lx-lly and knee-to-knee was idiotic. Most guys will get as close as they can and need to be pushed back a little. A mar- ried woman who doesn't re- serve the close stuff for her husband is asking for trouble and she usually gets it. Let Down Omaha: The kind of dane- DEAR ANN LANDERS: My husband is a busy man. From (he minute he walks into the door at night until he falls asleep he is either re- ceiving a phone call or mak- ing one. I work hard at preparing meals. I've broken my neck trying to figure out a way to get twenty minutes of my husband's fame for a quiet family dinner so he can have a conversation with the chil- dren. We can't even get through grace without a tele- phone interruption. I have begged my husband to permit me lo lake the phone oft the hook for 20 minutes during dinner time. He says it can't be done. He needs lo gel all his calls. This problem became so ir- itating last thai I gave DEAR ANN LANDERS: "Beantown Reader" is right. Some husbands think their wives should have a baby every year and I cheer- ed when you trimmed the sails of those males who equate large fam- ilies with virility. I've had four cluldren and six miscarriages in ten years. Every time my Rom- ing described by that man is called "slow dancing" by teen-agers and has done more to boost the VD rale than Hie Pill. Your answer was a shocker. Your age is showing, Annie old girl. Gel with it or lurn in your suil. High School Dance Chaperone. From San Jose: You really bombed oul in your answer to the Houston Husband. Danc- ing close can excite people and anyone who doesn't know it is slupid or naive. Or both. Plenty. From DCS Moines: My grandmother usetl to say, "When two people are danc- ing, if you can't Ihrow a cal belweeii them they are sure lo end up in the hay Please change your advice, Ann Landers. A lot of people who read your column keep Ihe clippings of their favor- ites in the family library, next to the Bible. Corny But Hip DEAR CORN: Consider it changed. up. 1 told my husband that from now on lie can help him- self, cafeteria style, and take his dinner plate to the tele- phone table. He took my sug- gestion. Now the children are upset and so am I. I feel guilty and 1 need some ad- vice. Jangled Nerves DEAR JANGLED: How sad that your husband can't find 20 minutes a day for his fam- ily. Of course he is severely neurotic, and he has a path- etic set of priorities. Too bad you blew up. honey. In- vite him back to the table and make the best of it, ff ever a man could profit from counseling, he could, hut of course he will never be able to find the time until he cracks up. Then he'll have plenty of lime for regrets, self-recrimination and kick- ing himself in the pants. eo husband has an affair he decides I should have another baby to square himself with the Lord. How do you ex- plain an inconsiderate, guilt- ridden nut like him? Fertile Myrtle DEAR P.M.: f don't have to explain him. You did. He is inconsiderate, guilt-ridden and nuts. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "Con't you iust sing in Ihe shower like everyone AFTERNOON BINGO EVAETRI MOOSE KALI 1234 3 Ave. No JACKPOT WON EVERY WEEK SPONSORED BY THE WOMEN OF THE MOOSE No Children Under 16 Allowed Everybody Welcome IETHBRIDCFE fISH Q I WEDNESDAY tGAMEASSOC. DllHVlU AT s PM IN THE EAGIES HAU J3th St. N. JACKPOT IN 54 NUMBERS FREE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS (4th, 8th and IN 7 NUMBERS NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 ll'.'.V.V Educational smorgasbord dents. Student guides and faculty advisers were avail- able lo discuss academic projects, sports, including ovm- a basketball tournament Fallowed b in the academic-residence concourse. Male sanctuary liberated TORONTO (CP) When women successfully invaded Hart House, the University of Toronto's cultural and recrea- tional centre, 'the men didn't dare throw in the towel. It was urgently needed by occupants of the locker room. A male sanctuary since it was endowed in 1910, Hart House admitted ils first women members last fall. Women now may use all the lacilities, including the squash courts which lie inside the men's locker-room area. Some men aren't top enthu- siastic about the admission of women. LEGION BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY at 8 p.m. JACKPOT BIACKOUT IN 55 NUMBERS OR IESS (Incrinting on. per week until won) 1st GAME J50 JACKPOT 5th GAME [XI 10th GAME JACKPOT IN 50 NUMBERS nit 8U5 SERVICt HOME AFTH BINGO MEMORIAL HALL PUBLIC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY IOUNGI Childrtn under 16 nol allowid Sptniered by Canadian ItfiM Nurses want control EDMONTON