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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednoidny. Morcti Z3. 1972 THE UTHBRIDGE _ 21 Ann Landers win DEAR ANN: Hero's (he siory. What do I do about it? Ho dialed Lie number. She answered lier ptone imme- diately Yes she'd love to go to a drive-in. She was waiting {or him in front of her house as he pulled up. They went to the drive-in and it was a pretty good lie put his arm around her, She kissed him. Not bad. He kissed her. Then he decided she wasn't very pretty-or very exciting. So they went down the road for a sandwich. He asked her if slie wanted to go somewtere and park. She said, O.K. Suddenly he decided he didn't want to park and drove her home. Before she got out of the car he asked what she would have done if he "had been a sex nut and decided to rape her. She said, "I never thought about that." He replied, "Well, think about it before you accept another blind dale." She got out of (he car and walked away without saying good night. He went home to Iris wife and child. I am the the wife he came home to. Sly brother gave him the plxme number. Any advice? Numb Alice DEAR ALICE: Obviously your husband told you of Uie incident, which makes bin) look a liltle not much. Ask Wm this question: What would ICE have done if the girl had pulled a gun or a knife, taken his wallet, his watch and his car? Tell him to think about that before lie picks up another strange girl. And since your husband is so handy with the phone, I suggest that be call a marriage counsellor and make an effort to save what he lias at home. As for your brotter, lie needs a keeper. DEAR ANN" LANDERS: You should have double-checked your information on sex chromosomes. You would have found that one of the two X chromosomes is a deadhead and sits at the edge of the nucleus doing nothing. The Y chromosome (in people, but not in fniit flies) partially controls the things that make males male. Get up off your knees, Ann. Women are wonderful and you don't need to explain it on the basis of chromosomes. Be- sides, the only difference hetween male and female genes is that female genes are at the hips. H. Ira Pilgrim, Ph.D. Associate Research Professor of Anatomy, University of Utah and an Ann Landers Fan. DEAR DR. PILGRIM: You might have landed on Ply- mouth Hock, but when I read your letter I felt as if Pilgrim rock had landed on ME. My agony was short-lived, however, because I checked with Dr. Bernard Strauss, Chair- man of the Committee on Genetics at the University of Chicago, and this is what he said: "Dr. Pilgrim is right on both counts. The mixup, however, is due to semantics rather than scientific differences. You used the word "inferior" to de- scribe the Y chromosome. This was a poor choice of words because the Y chromosome does have an important function. It is easy to get into trouble with the scientists when one prints material of this nature, no matter how factual. I am pleased to sec that you take enough pride in your work to check." So, dear readers, if you learned nothing else today you now know that female genes are wider at the hips. Isn't it marvelous, the bits of priceless information you get from read- ing this column? Discover how to be date bait without falling hook, line and sinker. Ann Landers' booklet, "Dating Do's And will help you be more poised and sure of your self on dates. Send So cents in coin along with a long, stamped, self-addressed envelope and your request to this newspaper. Please send inquiries and requests to Landers Reader- mail Department, Chicago Sun Times-Daily News, 401. North Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111. 60611. Installation of officers for Daughters of IViZe JEN'S UNIFORM CENTRE SPRING SALE All uniforms white colored 10 to 50% OFF While Sister La Crosi While Cross Uniforms Registered JEN'S UNIFORM CENTRE 404 5th ST. 5. (UPSTAIRS) PHONE 328-3631 Illustrated are but a few of our spring collection for the younger crowd all ready for the Easter Paradel we stock o of- SAVAGE SHOES "ANNE" Rage Blue Suede Brown Suede 10.95 Pair "TWEED" Rage Blue Suede and KrinVle Palen Brown Suedo ond KrinVIe Palenf 11.95 Pair ''DUSTY" F t e (Crinkle fashior boot jusf like Mummy's. 12.95 Pair MRS. Installations of officers for the Daughters of the Nile-Ira; Club No. 4, took place recentlj at a dinner meeting. Queen Lois Brown, Sakkara Temple Calgary, acted as in- stalling officer for the following positions: Mrs. F. G. Gore-Hickman, president; Mrs. W. Eaird, firsl vice-president; Mrs. M. McKay, v, secretary; Mrs. F. King, treasurer; Mrs. .'o. GOIIE-UICKMAN J- past-president. IOCMIP M no amua liit PLE> )NEYDEW Sticks Turkeys DOLE, GOLDEN RIPE SUNKIST NAVELS, 72s B.C. MAC'S............... 4-Ctuart Basket Serve with Ice Cream each I BAKERY Phone 327-2424 FEATURING EASTER BAKE SHOP SPECIALS EASTER HOT CROSS EASTER NESTS BUNS CAKES PHONE ORDERS FREE DELIVERY CHARGE ACCOUNTS LOCATED AT THE CORNER OF 13th STREET and AVENUE S. ;