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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Women shoplifters on the increase VANCOUVER Organizers of a clinic which provides therapy for women shoplifters say a pattern is beginning to emerge which shows many of the shoplifters are depressed and lonely. women for the most part do not shoplift because of a said Ethel executive director of Elizabeth Fry Society which set up the clinics last year. were most likely to steal pretty things such as ex- pensive perfume or cosmetics. This is because such women have a poor self- and subconsciously they long to make themselves attractive to Mrs. Allardice said most of the women were middle-aged. The clinic was set up in after Elizabeth Fry Society workers observed a sharp increase in the number of women arrested for shoplifting. Latest statistics from the court clerk's office show that women were convicted here for shoplifting in 1970. Elizabeth Fry workers es- timate the numbers may have increased by more than since then. majority of women convicted of shoplifting do so to support a drup Mrs. Allardice said. there is another compulsive thief or problems are mental rather than and this is the type of woman we set out to try to Weekly three-hour group therapy sessions are held for two or three months for each group. Groups are limited to eight four of them therapists. Mrs. Allardice said although it is too early to evaluate suc- cess of the there have been some favorable in- dications. far none of the women has come up in court she said. admitted in a group session that she had shoplifted an article and hadn't been caught. The fact that she admitted the theft and returned the article seem- ed to us The Elizabeth Fry Society is run by volunteers with the help of professional staff. It maintains four homes for emotionally disturbed girls and a halfway house for women aged 17 to 25. Its rehabilitation and residence programs are financed by federal and provincial gov- ernment grants and the United Way. Firm sets up nutrition program Good looking Shown in London are Miss World entrants Miss Haya and Miss Marjorie 19. TORONTO A private firm of witriUooUU it setting up salvation for sedentary businesacnen beadtnc for the grave on a poor diet of butter- smeared rolls and martinis. Nutrition a firm started by Doryne Peace and Beverly professional dietitians with master's degrees from toe University of studies businessmen's nutrition knowledge and then makes some changes. fats and high ca- lories lead to a higher in- cidence of heart high blood pressure and adult said Doryne. lay out a well-designed diet if combined with a fitness program and sustained over long periods of re- sults in permanent weight The firm has a collection of menus from Toronto restau- rants and helps the patient choose a more nutritious lunch than he has formerly ordered. not realistic to suggest that the patient give up drink- ing completely so we ask that he just cut Doryne said person's diet should be close in style to the old one and reduced onlv in the amount and sometimes the type of Nutrition CotmseUing has also informed the city's doc- tors of its service and has found the doctors are referr- ing children and teen-agers with weight problems to the firm. Both Doryne and Beverly are disappointed that the On- tario Health Insurance Plan does not recognize nutrition counselling as a profession. not being covered by OHIP means our patients are really CURLING IS NOW IN FULL SWING Wo MnM CURLING SHOES for MEN and WOMEN Available In solid colors or the new STRIPE Styies FOOT NOTES Joe GREEN'S SHOES DOWNTOWN ON SIXTH STREET Open Thunder P-m- lust won't co-opwite union I wear from JOE GREEN'S. Biography shatters Duke's 'prince charming image' NEW YORK A new biography of the Duchess of Windsor depicts her late husband as a sexually inade- insecure in- crushed by his inability to live up to his image. AccordingHo the The Woman He the duke was attracted to the former Wallis Warfield Simpson because she gave him despite his alleg- ed sexual inadequacy. In an excerpt of the appearing in the new issue of the Ladies Home author Ralph Martin quotes a close friend of the duke as- having told hold over him must have been sex she must have made him feel more more more Noting that the duchess had spent a year in Martin had learned much about Chinese concepts of life and love. She knew what it was to be prince had never known true wrote Martin. had been in love with a woman named Frieda but it was not fully reciprocal. He may have lov- ed Thelma Furness but it was only physical. After 1 their affair had years Thelma told several friends that the Prince of Wales was a most unsatis- factory sexual Martin went on to say that a friend who had known the duke well you im- agine what this did to him. Here are all these beautiful women all over the all ready and willing to go to bed with the prince charming of the all of them ex- pecting the most extentful romantic night of their lives. And the ones who made it with can you imagine their And can you imagine how he Martin wrote that the duke's role as unsatisfac- tory sexual could plain he delayed getting married. It could explain why his affairs were mostly with more experienced married women. It could explain his his massive sense of insecurity. DIPLOMAT may also explain some of the unfounded but widespread rumors of His boyish his his dressing as a woman at a ship's costume his voice becoming high-pitched when he became Martin wrote that the duch- ess's was an Argentine diplomat who refus- ed to marry her because he felt it would hurt his career. Martin said that the then Mrs. Simpson's great ambi- tion in life was to Felipe who was then the first secretary of the Argentine embassy in Washington. stirred excited overwhelmed The author said Espil's abiding ambition was to become the Argentine am- bassador to the United States. Martin he felt it would help his career to marry a Protestant divorcee whose husband was still alive. Argentina was a strongly Catholic country and such a choice might kill his diplomatic As a Martin had been hurt as badly as any woman could be de- nied the strongest love of her Martin quoted the duchess as having told acted as both teacher and model in the art of living in many respects the most fascinating man I have ever with principles of steel and a spirit that bubbl- ed like The which was not au- thorized by the is based on an interview with her and interviews with her friends and friends of the along with extensive 'research. The Woman He Loved is to be published by Simon and Schuster in the fall of 1974. Ann Landers Dear Ann A few days ago I did something I have never done before. I went through my husband's wallet. I was actually looking for money but I found a whole lot more than the needed to pay a bill. Tucked away in a hidden compartment was a picture of a girl holding a baby. I recognized her at once. She lives in the apartment above my husband's sister-in-law. Now I know why he spent so much time there when I was hospitalized last year for nerves. I can understand a man with i sick wife having an after finding that picture I'm afraid it was more than just a fling. I hate to tell you what I think about the baby. Should I go see the girl and isk for the whole I will lever get the truth out of my msband. He is a terrible liar. should I pretend I never uw the play dumb ind go on dying More Than I Bargained For Dear One Picture is vorth a thousand words es- Kcially words from a Tell your husband you found he picture. Ask him If he rants to go with you for MUiuelling. If he talk o your doctor. Since you were lospitallzed last year for you surely have me. Take his advice in regard o your future plans and good uck. You need it. Dear An Will you tell me when rouples get together for or an all the side of the room and all the women on the I've seen this happen time and time again and I think it's I have tried to break up the sexist conversational groups but it doesn't work. This goes on all Ann. What's the Cemented Parti- tion Dear C. The women are going to hate me but I believe it's mostly their fault. When they begin to play Then Junior or Fix Chicken Like or Best Floor Polish Is the men wander off. Can you blame It's not always easy to recognize especially the first time around. Acquaint yourself with the guidelines. Read Ana Landers' Or Sex And How To Tell The For a mail in coin and a self-addressed envelope with your request to P.O. Box Illinois 1173 Field BLASTS IN GERMANY BERLIN Bomb blasts shattered offices of International Telephone and Telegraph subsidiaries in West Berlin and Nuernburg during the police reported. 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