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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: My husband says you are a phony and that you and your staff make up the letters. I do not agree with him, but I do wonder on what basis you select the letters that go into the newspapers. I have written four letters to you in the past seven years. Only one was published. We discussed this topic at our club meeting and eleven women said they had writ- ten to you. Out of the eleven only four saw their letters in print. We are all fairly well-educated, (some of us have college so our letters were legible and sen- DEAR ANN LANDERS: Why don't you retire, you troublemaker? I refer to your statement regarding blue- eyed children of brown-eyed parents. Every book of gene- tics I have ever read de- scribes specific Mendelian laws which govern inherited characteristics. Then you come along and say no mat- ter what color eyes the par- ents have, a child can have eyes of a different color legitimately. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS-8 p.m. sible. Please clear up the mystery. Southern Fans DEAR FANS: I receive approximately letters every day and can publish only two or three. I'd say you and your club sisters scored extremely well. I select letters that I be- lieve will inform, educate, provoke discussion, amuse and demonstrate the univer- sality of trouble. I also look for letters that will give hope to the discouraged, a lift to the down-trodden, and cour- age to the frightened and dis- heartened. Believe me, their name is legion. Kow can you moke such a sweeping statement which is contrary to scientifically prov- ven statements? Acertain member of our family is using your column as evidence of her innocence when we all know she is guilty. You've helped a little tramp who didn't deserve it. At You DEAR MAD: Sorry, but you don't understand how na- ture works. Its "laws" are full of exceptions freak hap- penings for which there is no scientific explanation. I'd rather see 50 guilty peo- ple get off the hook than have one innocent person punished unjustly. And so would you, I'll bet, if you or someone you cared about just happened to be that innocent party. If I helped somebody, I'm glad, even if she was, as you say, little tramp who didn't deserve it." to LETHBRIDGE HERALD DISPLAY AND CLASSIFIED ADVERTISERS EFFECTIVE June 1, 1973 DISPLAY ADVERTISING DEADLINES WILL BE AS FOLLOWS: ADVERTISEMENTS REQUIRING PROOFS (Minimum siie V4 page) COPY AND MATERIAL MUST BE RECEIVED AT THE HERALD BY 12 NOOM 4 PUBLISHING DAYS PRIOR TO PUBLICATION DEADLINE for: MONDAY is NOON PREVIOUS WEDNESDAY TUESDAY is NOON PREVIOUS THURSDAY WEDNESDAY is NOON PREVIOUS FRIDAY THURSDAY is NOON PREVIOUS SATURDAY FRIDAY is NOON PREVIOUS MONDAY SATURDAY is NOON PREVIOUS TUESDAY DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS NOT REQUIRING A PROOF MAY BE RECEIVED ONE DAY LATER 12 NOON 3 PUBLISHING DAYS PRIOR TO PUBLICATION CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING DEADLINES ARE UNCHANGED All regular and classified display must be in The Herald office 3 p.m. the day prior to publication a.m. Saturday for publication Monday For further information contact Display or Classified Advertising 328-4411 The Lrthbridge l.'erald Art display open Shown is one of the many paintings by Alberta artist Mary Hallett Biggs which are on display at the U of L art gallery. Mrs. Biggs' paintings reflect the space and open- ness of the province, and will be on show to the public from May 14 through 26; Monday to Friday from a.m. to p.m. in the physical education-fine arts building. Sundays the art gallery will be open from 1 to 5 p.m. Rent-an-escort service popular By JUDY KLEMESRTJD New York Times Service NEW YORK Erni an I, Adano is a squire. But it has nothing to do with bearing armor for some modern d'ay Don Quixote, or owning land in England. The moustachioed, 30-year- old Adano is a paid escort, one of 110 registered with the six- month-old Squire Escort Agen- cy on Fifth Avenue, believed by its owners to be the only one of its kind operating in New York. He and the other squires most of them youngish, attrac- tive, and aspiring actors and actresses have found that an occasional all-expense-paid date (plus of the fee) with a stranger can be a lifesaver when it comes time to pay the rent, not to mention the good it dees in filling up oft-growling stomachs. Adano, a singer-actor, and three other escorts met the other day at the agency to talk about their lives, their views on people renting, and their on- the-job experiences. with gasoline purchase of 5 gallons or more (Exterior wash with gasoline purchase of 5 gallons or less) Complete interior and exterior wash with 15 gallon purchase with 10-15 gallon purchase with 5-10 gallon purchase with 3-5 gallon purchase with no gcsoline SUPERSONIC CAR WASH 1819-3 Ave. S. We honor all credit cards approved by dealer before purchase including CHARGEX. Extra charge for L commercial credit cards A "It's just so much said Donna, a 24-year-old ac- iress-eomedienne with, long jrown hair who didn't want to give her real name. "One of my first dates was with a iormer priest from South Af- rica; we went to a neighbor- flood bar and he was more fun ;han any of the regular dates I've ever had. I'm from a Catholic family. My fantasy has always been to go out with a priest." John Medici, a 35-year-old actor, said that his night out with a New Hampshire minis- ter's wife who loved to dance had been just as enjoyable. But what wasn't so much fun was the date he recently had with a depressed 22-year old Queens woman who had been jilted by her fiance. "Her moth- er made all the arrangements at the Medici said. "I was supposed to be a friend of a friend. I didn't like to too much. It was a fittle hairy, emotionally." The Squire agency is run by 23-year-old Sue Conrad, a rath- er hefty former designer of the- atrical costumes and fashions for fat women, who said she got the idea for it after reading a newspaper story about two similar agencies in Miami, Rent-a-Bird and Rente-Gent. She has applied for member- ship in the Better Business Bureau, she said, and even ac- cepts clients' BankAmeiicards. Her fee: for a minimum of five hours, of which she keeps Miss Conrad is at her desk every weekday, and sometimes on weekends, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., answering calls from pros- pective clients. They have generally learned of her service from word-of- mouth recommendations, or from advertisements in Cue magazine, which bills her ser- vice as "the companion spe- cialist." The other day, the bespectac- led Miss Conrad received a call from a person requesting es- corts for two African diplomats that night. As is her policy, Miss Conrad asked the caller to stop by the office that after- noon to complete the arrange- ments. Then she added: "You understand that no other ser- vice is offered by this agency calendar of local The Ladies Auxiliary to the Lethbridge Fire Fighters will hold their monthly meeting Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Pat Meed, 2614 20th Ave. S. This will be a wine and cheese work bee. The Carse-Quittenb a u m group of ACW will meet for a potluck supper Tuesday at the home of Mrs. A. G. Donaldson, 291113th Ave. S.. at p.m. The Women of the Moose No. 328 will hold their regular meet- ing Tuesday at 8 p.m. Potluck supper sponsored by the Acad- emy of Friendship will be held at p.m. Sigma Chapter will meet Tu- esday at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Joe Nemeth, 1504 18th St. S., with out-going executive co- hosting the evening. The pro- gram, the garden, will be pre- sented by Mrs. Vic Rude. Se- cret sisters will be revealed. Xi Nu Chapter will entertain Preceptor Eta Chapter at the Tuesday meeting. Cathy Khan, 1417 Scenic Drive will be host- ess with cohostesses Terry Westered, Babs Treber, Ruth Rittenhouse and Elaine Sack- ney. Vi Shore and Marie Bar- tosek will present the program, a look into the future. Installa- tion of officers will follow. The 1914-18 Veterans Unit will travel to Taber Tuesday, with the bus leaving the Legion at 1 p.m. Due to the good re- sponse, there will be no meet- ing held that day. The Ogdcn Unit of SouthmJn- ster United Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Mary Rich- ardson, 529 26th St. S., Tues- day at 8 p.m. except companionship in a pub- lic When a client comes to the office, he or she is interviewed and inspected by Miss Conrad turned away more cli ents than I've she said. "I just tell them that no one is available that Those who pass her tests are shown albums containing glain orous, retouched photographs of the available escorts. After one is selected, the client signs a contract promising, amonj other things, that he or she wil not abuse, insult, embarrass o offend the escort. The fee is then paid. The squires are instructec never to give their real names or telephone numbers to the clients. (If a squire and a clien are attracted to each other they usually date through th agency several times, and the make private arrangements.) Monday, May 14, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGI HHUW if Cultural conflicts created by books HONOLULU (AP) Explicit literature stressing the "female response" has appar- ently led to unhappy sex lives or many young married couples, a husband and wife team of sex researchers re- OTted here. They added that such books and magazines help create a 'cultural conflict" for such couples that seemingly only professional sex counselling can Psychiatrist Dr. Saul H. Rose- ntball of the University of Texas Medical School at San Antonio, amd his wife, Chaun- cey, a registered nurse, made heir report to the annual meet- ing of the American Psychiatric Association. They also said they had achieved excellent results in the ast two years in treating young-marrieds "in whom the complaint has been hat the wife is not enjoying sex but wants to." TIMES HAVE CHANGED "Twenty years ago, it is prob- able that they would not have considered that they had a problem which required profes- sional intervention. 'Now, however, the wife reads Cosmopolitan and The Sensuous Woman, and feels that she should be enjoying sexual- ity. "This modern expectation, however, is sharply in conflict with what she has been pre- pared by her upbringing to ac- cept as her own personal (sex- ual) identity. "Her husband, similarly, feeto that his wife should be enjoying sex and usually desires active sexual responsiveness, rather than activity. Referring to the "cultural conflicts" in which they said such couples are enmeshed, they added: "The media barrage women with what they ought to be doing, feeling and ex- periencing sexually. For many of them, with upbringings which either em- phasize sexual inhibitions or treated sex as a necessary chore for the husband's satis- faction, it is difficult, if not im- possible, to incorporate new ex- pectations on an emotional basis without (professional) help. "They are reluctant to ex- periment, afraid of appearing aggressive or perverted, unable to think of themselves sen- they gave up acting seductive on their wedding day." BINGO RAINBOW HALL uoi sth AV.. N. TUESDAY, MAY 15th at 8 p.m. First Jackpot in 53 Hot. 2nd Jackpot In 56 Not. Free and Games, 25t per Cord, 5 Cards 3 Free Games Door Prize No children Under 16 Sponsored by A.U.U.C. Association UNIT 34 A.N.A.F. EVERY TUESDAY-8 P.M. IN THE CLUBROOMS JACKPOT (GAME 14) In 50 Numbers (or less) EXTRA WITH GREEN CARD NO WINNER DOUBLED WITH GREEN CARD Increases 1 Number Weekly Until Won 12 IN 7 NUMBERS OR LESS THEN IJROPS TO TILL WON. Door Card (woodgrain) each Blue or Brown 50c each. Green key card (this card may bo pur- chased if a player has a door card and at least 4 other blue or brown ALL BINGOS CALLED ON A GREEN CARD -MONEY IS DOUBLED IN REGULAR OR 4 CORNERS MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY oears oound Requires Fashionable Young Ladies Aged 16 to 18 Years FOR OUR JUNIOR BflZflflR Fashion Council FOR 1973-74 Applications now available in our Junior Bazaar High School Students only Deadline for applications is Wednesday, May 30th ;