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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN I.ANDERS: Recently a divorcee who signed herself "Huntington Station" wrote to you and described lier neighbors. Tliey all hod unsatisfactory marriages and every one of their husbands hud propositioned her. "U.S." started out: "Bernice wears curlers 24 houis a day, is a chronic complainer and gets stoned every aiter- noon on beer. By the lime her husband conies home she is staggering around the 1 speak as a 47-year-old woman, married 25 years in sub- urbia-garden apartments, the whole bit. 1 krow what goes on with wives everywhere because I'm the type people con- fide in and I hear plenty. 1 could put a name on every gal described in "H.S.'s" letter. Here's the lest of the slory from the wife's sirlc. "Bernice" wears curlers and drinks beer all afternoon because her husband is a chaser who loves to come home and brag about his conquests, lie gets his jollies from letting her know every lime he scares with a new is Like once a week. "Marge" starts cleaning the house at midnight when hei husband gets ready for bed because he is a lousy lover and takes a bath once a month.....whether lie needs it or not "Emily." who weighs 280 pounds arid drops food on her chin (her bosom .looks like a snack is making up for the love she doesn't get from Henry--who is impotent, borne, anyway.) who says wives arc fools to allow their hus bands to use them as substitute call girls and considers sex degrading unless a woman is in the mood (her moods come twice a is married to a man who needs dirty pic- tures, porno films, filthy language and a fifth of Scotch to gel turned on. So the eternal question is unresolved. Which came first, the chicken or the egg? In Rochester DEAR ROCH: 11 depends on who you hen or the rooster. IB, W7 THE LSTH8RIDGI HERAID fop yourself UNBELIEVABLE FOOD BUYS MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT LOWNEY'S WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mri. Elmer Jones, long-time Lethbridga residents, were honored re- cently on the occosion of their 45th wedding anniversary, with a family reception. Present were their lour childreni Forrest af Calgary, Mrs. Ruby Oseen of Lethbridge, Harold of Sundial and Hoyd of Fort Macleod. They also raised iwo grandchildren, Ray Jones and Mrs. Faye Tro- fenanko. Tlie couple has 16 grandchildren and 30 great grandchildren. Born and raised In Indiana, USA, Mr. and Mrs. Jones came to Ihe Lethbridge district in 1907, form- steaded at Sundial for 42 years and retired to the city 22 years COFFEE BRIDGE MIX BEANS with PORK PINEAPPLE JUIC POTATO CHIPS f 1 McCormicks, assl. and n IOOKI6S marshmallow O LIBBY'S DEEP BROWNED Zip lop HAWAIIAN GOLD 48-oz OLD DUTCH ASSORTED McCarmicks, assl. marshmallow Chocolate Bars bars Strawberry Jam Creamettes Cake Mix Nabob Macaroni 2-lb. Duncan assorted 95c Margarine 89c Napkins p, 89c Jello West pkgs. 2-lb 2 for 89c Perky 2 Jelly Powders Dog and Cat Foot for AM f Palm We ice cream Assorted 16-oz. gallant I am a young woman, 22, and j re are several men in Ihe place HI. eat lunch and go shopping is ivomeiis lib in reverse DEAR ANN LANDERS: 1 work in a large office. Then but no one that interests me with the girls, who are very nice. The problem: A woman (about ten years older than I urn) has been very friendly, in fact, too friendly. I suspect she may he a lesbian. She has no masculine traits but she behaves toward me as if she were a fella. I'd hate to do her an injustice but she makes me uncomfortable. What should f do? Dear Why spend lime with anyone who makes you any reason, ft you are uneasy in this woman's presence, coo! it. Are vour parents too strict? Hard to reach? Ann Lan- ders' booklet, "Bugged By Parents? How To Get More Free- could help you bridge the generation gap. Send 50 cents In coin with your request and a long, stamped, self- addressed envelope to lenders Reader Mail, Chicago Sun- Times, North Wabash Ave.. Chicago, 111. By .FAMES PRINfil.E S H A N G II A I I Renter) Women's lib in reverse is trans- forming women in China's larg- est city from drably-dressed ex- amples of Socialist orthodoxy into something much more fem- inine. Correspondents visiting Shanghai for celebrations of the 23rd anniversary of the founding of modern China found that the C.alt'ntla.r The Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens Ladies Auxiliary will meet in the all purpose room of the civic centre Friday at 2 p.m. This will be for the baz- aar shower; items for the gro- cery hamper should brought: work for the bazaar will he priced. Tea hostesses will be result of UK hardline policies of i the "cultural revolution" which frowned on them as "revision-! ist." Latelj', however, beauty shops in I be centre of the city have been packed with girls Saving hairdos which are much iess se- vere than Ihe pudding-bowl styles and pigtails which were the rule until recently. Shanghai's shop windows now ice-famed beauty of the city s j Wlth mlor and] women is reasserting itself trousers are stju favored for through the official policy of the hrighl blouses with Chinese government. patterns are on sale In late summer, the Commim- j are worn on is! party theoretical journal Red I streets Flag published an article catling leas( four a, or for women to adopt more magi- N Road-the city's native clothes and hair styles. j tions to the Worth Allnongn lew cnanges nave window displays of linge- recommendalions. E v e r yone been noticed yet in more-con- welcome. j s c r v a t i v e Peking, girls in I called the Mrs. C. Smith and Mrs. B. discussed. Shardlow. Members are asked to make an effort to attend. McKillop UCW harvest smor- gasborg, will be held Friday at p.m. in the church hall. Tickets are required and may be obtained by phoning or M8-2703. The Women o[ Lnifarm will meet Thursday at 8 p.m. in tlie lecture theatre of the Kate An- drews building. Lcthh r i d ge Community College, to get rcac- The wives of the RCMP Scar-; let and Gold will meet Thurs- day at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Anna Clark, 2508 12th Ave. N. Tlie centennial plate will be UCAIR will hold happy hours for all UCW in the city anrl district, tonight at p.m. at First United Church, lower hall. Everyone welcome, i Western square dance classes i will be held in Taber Thursday I at p.m. in the Dr. Ilammon school. These are tw- ing held in conjunction uith {he recreation department. Women arc asked to please bring a box lunch. Kvervone welcome. WON PRIZE There ai-e still few frills, how- "Paris of Ihe ever. blossomed out with more color- Some visitors here see the 1'ul clothes and unorthodox hair j changes in Shanghai as a kind styles. of women's lib in reverse. Beauty parlors and lingerie j in many Western countries with window are trying to escape the reappeared in 1 idea that they should look glam the streets of Shanghai. In addi-1 arms to please men. In modern tion. photographic studios have j china, it seems to be just the begun displaying wedding pic- opposite, tures of couples standing to- gether on their wedding day side vases of flowers. SHOPS PACKED A year ago in Shanghai, ihere QUEBEC (CP) Topping a were hardly any displays as a field of 300 contestants. Use Le- j clerc, Duchess of Champlain i ftfsi.'ixt-: during Ihe 1072 Quebec Winler j Carnival, won first prize In a song-writling contest sponsored i by a local radio station and aimed at supplying new songs for the annual winter event. Miss Leclerc both wrote and ar- ranged her song, Carnaval, Car- naval. Carnaval by herself dur- ing her reign as a duchess. Family 2 tails. I. t. hie, Capturing Ihe gre'jf classic de- Blending them info contemporaries. Dolman %leevei. Walking suili, Wider legged Timeless coats. Wool tweeds camel They are logeliifif again. See them at W-'d 313 6tli ST 5. PRIMROSE SHOP PH. 327-2244 OPEN THURSDAY and fRIDAY UWIL BENEFIT SHOES LTD. 615 4th AVE. 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