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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: You've already printed several letters about that sex-maniac husband who kept score and tallied the excuses his wife gave him (or not responding to his advances. I hope you will print one more. Perhaps h" thai clown weren't so busy with his beekeep- ing he might have time to open a car door for his wife, or help her bathe the kids at bedtime, or phone her to say he'll be a half an hour late for supper, or stop to buy a single flower for no particular take a shower before get- ting romantic. My husband is a too. and he had the nerve to clip that column. When he handed it to me he said, "Here, read this and tell me if you reccgnize anybody you know." In all the years we've been married he never once clipped a beautiful poem, but that slinkin' column he found. What I'm saying is that husbands would have better scores if they'd exert a little energy to make their wives feel special. Isn't that the technique they use to get OTHER women in bed? Only Human Dear 0: Here's one you can clip and hand to HIM. If he has an answer I'll print it. DEAR ANN: Help! Hurry! What is wrong with a woman who has been married six years, has a wonderful husband and two adorable children and feels herself attracted to another man? I didn't want this to happen but it seems beyond my control. My husband knows nothing about it and I must get myself straightened around before he suspects something. Am I crazy? Can the solution be found in self-discipline? Saturn DEAR SAT: You aren't crazy. Just human. Self-discipline, plus keeping your distance can be immensely helpful. 1 rec- ommend both. Dear Ann Landers: I just read the letter from the woman who said she and her second husband had a talk about how to divide their possessions in case of death so there would be no misunderstanding or hard feelings among their children, and how they went to a lawyer and put it in their wills. It sounds neat and simple, but please, Ann, tell your read ers that if they want to make sure nothing goes wrong, to obtain a doctor's notarized statement declaring that the two parties are of sound mind at the time of the request. My own dear mother had little notes ail over the place instructions on what she wanted done with certain pieces of furniture and paintings which were precious heirlooms. But the notes didn't mean a thing. Two years ago she became ill and was transferred from the home for the aged to a hospital. Mother is not insane but she does get confused. One of her children who had power of attorney decided to declare her incompetent and sell the family home and all her possessions. Believe me. Ann, I can afford to buy anything I want but I am heartbroken because I know this is not the way Mother wanted it. Billings. Montana Daughter DEAR DAUGHTER: Thank you for the excellent bit of counsel. That brother of yours sounds like a living doll. Time wounds all heels, and he'll get his eventually. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Mom and Dad have been di- toreed for nine years. There is no chance that they will ever get back together again. My question is this: I have a small photograph of them together that I just love. I would like to have it enlarged and hang it in our living room. Should I or shouldn't I? My parents speak when they see each other but that's about all. This picture means a lot to me because it brings back memories of the days when we had 8 happy home. After all, they are my parents and I want to remember then) that way. Mom has remarried but Dad has not. He comes over more than Mom. I don't think it would make any differ- ence to him. What do you say, Ann? Hung Up In Canton DEAR CANTON: If you want to have the photograph en- larged and keep it in your bedroom, go ahead. But I wouldn't post it in the living room. It might be embarrassing for your mother and her present husband and possibly a little un- settling for your dad. 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 yourself on dates. Send 35 cents in coin along with a long, stamped, self-ad- dressed envelope and your request to Landers Reader Mail, Chicago Sun-Times, 401 North Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111. A no-nonsense approach to how to deal with life's most difficult and most rewarding arrangement. Ann Landers' book- let, "Marriage What To will prepare you for better or for worse. Send your request to Ann Landers in care of Landers Reader Mail Chicago Sun-times, 401 North Wabash Ave., Chicago. 111., enclosing 50 cents in coin and a long, stamped, self-addressed envelope. Friday, Novtmb.r 17, If72 THE IETHMIDGE HERAID If TREATING ESKIMOS Shown recently treating an Eskimo patient, is Miss Judith Hill, daughter of Mr. L J. Hill, chief executive officer to Kingsbridge Urban Council, Devon, England. Judith has been missing for a week in the Canadian Arctic after her air- craft vanished on a flight from Cambridge Bay to Yellowknife in the North West Terri- tories. She volunteered for her nursing work in Canada. (Ap Wirephoto) Moscow shoppers wait in line: prepackaging is mistrusted By LESLIE SHABAD New York Times Service I cans of ground coffee, with and without chicory, languish on shelves in the second-floor self- MOSCOW The two middle- j aged women examined small carton of cake mix on the store shelf, read the de- scription of contents and the directions and then decided I !fmd, but there 15 plenty of with canned goods and other packaged staples are relatively !s