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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers Dear Ann Landers: You are ?oing to settle this once and "or all. The question: Is it jdultery if a married man lakes a married woman out >nce a week for dinner and My husband is :ho married man and the :narried woman is his He swears there is no sex involved. Ac-cording to nim. they have a lot to discuss ind it is best done outside the iff ice. He never gets home before a.m. from these 'sexless dinner discussions." My husband claims adultery is ah involvement between a married person and a single Dear Ann Landers: Let's pet down to basics about the husband who can't change a light bulb without breaking it. The difference between a man who can't fix things and the man who can is in (he training Somewhere alone the line the handv husband had a mother, a lather, an un- cle, or a neighbor who taught him how. My dad taught me to fish, hunt, lake care of a car and fix things in the house. You said you would never ask your hus- band to fix anything because you learned early it was easier and cheaper to hire it done before he messed it up. Well. I'll bet HIS father never taught him. which brings me to the poiiit of this letter. Some fathers don't teach their sons to be fixers because it takes too much patience. It's quicker and easier to do it themselves. I almost fell into that trap until my wife-opened mv eves. She said. "You owe person. If they are BOTH married, he says, it is not con- sidered adultery, no matter what they do. I am concerned because this woman's husband is a policeman and he carries a gun. What do you say? Nol Stupid Dear N. S.: Adultery is a sexual relationship between a married person and someone who is not his or her spouse. The "someone" can be either married or single. If that lady's husband catches them he is not likely to discuss word definitions. Tell vour husband I said so. it to your son to teach him to be handv around the house, as your lather taught you." So here is a plea to all fathers of sons. If you know how. teach your sons. When they marry, their wives will love you lor Andy Dear Andy: Thanks for some sterling advice that has never appeared in this space before. I frequently advise mothers to teach their daughters to cook, sew hems and buttons, scrub a floor and make beds, but never has anyone suggested that dads teach their sons to be fixers. Do you feel awkward, self- conscious lonely? Welcome lo the club. There's help for you in Ann Landers's booklet, "The Key To Popularity." Send in coin with your re- quest and a long, stamped, self-addressed envelope to Ann Landers, Box 3346, Chicago, III. 60654. (Copyright 1973 Field Knterprises. Inc.) Calgary doctor figures in war enemy reunion CITY Calif. 'Al'p Alter 29 vears. ;i Second World VVur flyer shot ilnwii near (he Austrian- (ierinan border will meet, (he German mi'dic who fought oil angry larmers to save the American's hie. The mcdir. now a physician living in Canada, spent 2o yoai> Irving lo (rack down the wiiuiidcd American liver whniii he knew Irom a liallercd helmel only as "Sgt. .1. Canlicid The search ended lasl week "'lien Dr. Frank Small of Cal- gary dually located Joe Can- lield. a former Redwood City service station owner who now is disabled. I thought he was selling in- surance when he called last week." Canlicid said. I didn't believe him. but he wrote a letter naming times and places, so I calledhinilasl night and there's no doubt it happened. It's just fantastic1. I can't believe it." Canlield was radio man and g ii n ner aboard a B-24 Liberator bomber hit by anti- aireralt lire during a bombing raid over Munich in 1944. HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Need Clothing. Furniture, Toys, Household Efleclt Call 32B-Z8OO For Pickup OR LEAVE AT 412 1M AVE. S. Try a gentle laxative g. r heavily mi such flashy I neks with tin's In keep up tile preside of tile made-ill-11 a ly la hel FURRIEftS STAND OUT a third ol I he lii.uh- lasliioii designers prrscniinfj collections in ronie this week an1 furriers The reason is I lie couture market private eiisicimers of the hiuh-lashion designers cri-w increasingly scarce. Hie iradilmnal market dwindles. The only garment for which women will siill spend a I'M nl monev is I lie lur cnai. which is why die fashion furriers are crowding the rest Mill The tendency is not lo be saiisljed with tile look of (he fur itsell. bill In "hraulil'y" it make il into stripes, for instance, or decked I Weed, so xlecws .md sc .irl in mink that il looks like a humble llcrk'-il In Inul- like iwceil swcalcr. an example ol reverse snobbery lur instance, sliow- a while mink jacket wilh The lasliion shocker was lur en, 11 lur daytime ucar l.islimn circles have with ynssip I II ,i 1 -.niiii' nl I II e I n p including Valen- n will 11 v In revive the iri perhaps as an circle skirt This xuiniii'T Kmiie is lull nl Ull'l- whilst1 skirls tile jlisl hell 1'iiti.1 have been t.ilinn I he laslijon indii --I LtTHBRIDftEELKS LODGE ROOW WOOM HALL -L- 3 Aft. North 5 (jteney BOUffLED JAckpot frittl Free Cards SPONSORED RY I HE MOOSF _______ IWKSMY I GME AIM. VR1W AT g P.M. JACKPOT S? CARDS 3 JACKPOTS Sfti IN 7 NUMBERS IN THE HALL-13th Streot North MO In and out Cinidj Trltpmnc Sjsiem Tau Chapter. Beta Sigma Phi. recently held a party at the home of Mrs. Rae Hogg. Guests for the evening were Mrs. Judy Fillo. Mrs. Marilyn Lodoen. Mrs Annalee Hearn: Mrs. Virginia Hoopfer. Mrs. Martha Cambell. Mrs. Diane Meszaros and Mrs. Valerie Mecks. Assumption CWL will hold the annual fall lea. bazaar and tombola from 2 to p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20. in the church hall. 2405 12th Ave. S. Everyone welcome. The following members are in charge of the various ac- tivities: Tea tables: Mrs A Schamber. Mrs. D. Kjelgaard. Kitchen: Mrs. T. Weber. Tombola: Mrs. Thompson. Mrs. J. Boras. Candy: Mrs. J. R. Schile White Elephant: Mrs A. Duckett. Mrs. A. Shaw. Novelties and crafts: Mrs. K. Martyna. The annual friendship tea of Maple Leaf Chapter No. 7. Order of the Kastern Star, will be held from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday at Southminster hall. Pouring honors will be shared hy Mesdames K. Ferguson. B. Scott. T. Forster. T. Odeny. O. Willetts and G. McKillop. Kitchen convener is Mrs. O. Heidinger. assisted by Mesriames S Collier. L. Lar- combe. .J. Brocklesby. J. Orr: Mesdames M. Peterson. P. Story. M. Grant. K. Metsger. C. Georger. C. Holmes. L. Williams: Mesdames R. Hughes. W. Jacobson. R. McCallum. M. McCulley. O. Olson. A. V. Weatherup and I. Rodgers. The white elephant table will be convened by Mrs. S. W. Davis, assisted by Mrs. A. Peebles and Mrs. R. Everinden. TAXI TREK HOKSHAM. Knglanri ;