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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, Otlojtr 29, 1970 THE LETHHIDGI HERAID It Modern Marriage A Mess, Shoulder TheBlame' TORONTO (CP) A To- ronto marriage counsellor says moden marriage is in a mess and women must shoul- der most of the blame. .Dr. Steven Demeler, head of the Metropolitan Toronto Family Service Association's north Toronto branch, said in an interview 'here, women have achieved much of their emancipation at the cost of destroying the male-female relationship. He said few men know what women expect of them now. Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: The problem is my husband's, weight. I know neither you nor I can do anything about it but I'm hoping Ed sees this letter in the paper .and is mo- tivated to do something himself. Everything else has failed. When wo were married Ed was a beautiful 180 pounds, wore a size 40 suit. Now. 17 years later, he squeezes himself into a size 48 and refuses to say how much he weighs. It can't be an ounce under 265. Ed has been to two doctors. They both' ruled out thyroid trouble. One doctor said, in my presence, "The over-worked gland is his mouth." I plan Ed's meals carefully, no fats, no starches, low-cal desserts, sugar-free canned goods. When I find candy-bar wrappers and empty peanut sacks in his car I get so mad I nearly explode. He drinks beer like it was free. The only muscles that get any exercise are his eyeballs great TV watcher. The two big loves in Ed's life are food and sex. Unfor- tunately, the love for food is destroying his ability to have sex. It is also destroying my desire for him. It's not easy to get sexually. aroused by a man who has eaten himself out of shape. I've tried my darndest to fake it but I'm a poor actress and he can tell. This makes him unhappy arid sometimes he is impotent. Ed is a good man, devoted and kind and I do love him. But I worry that he is shortening his life, ruining his; health and hurting our marriage. Is there anything you caiv think of to help him? in Seattle DEAR WORRIED: Please reread the first eleven words in the second sentence of your letter to me. Truer words were never spoken. Every overweight person must accept re- sponsibility for himself. and this means responsibility for every ounce of fat he has added to his frame. Until HE; decides to do something about it, nothing will happen. I have considerable faith in: (1) Professional counselling. Sometimes when fat people learn WHY they are stuffing them- selves, they quit. (2) Weight Watchers. This organization has produced extraordinary results for overweight people who have tried everything else without results. Seattle has several chapters and meeting places. (Look in the phonebook.) .Do NOT urge Ed to follow either of these suggestions. Hand him this column and if he wants to act on it be will. Dr. Dcmeter said he is anx- ious that the emancipation of women he completed as soon as possible. Hie trouble now, he said, is that society is in "the neces- sary transitional phase to- wards a more equitable ar- rangement between men and women." This causes tension between the sexes, he said. Dr. Demeter said he blames women for demolishing the traditional male role and not replacing it with a new image. TYPES HUSBANDS Today's husbands can put into two categories, he said. "First there are the men desperately clinging to the traditional roles. They're the ones who do a lot of table- pounding and shouting to maintain their iriasculine egos. They're also the wife and child-beaters, which they use as a last resort to boost their fading image." The second type, he said, are those who accept the egal- itarian distribution of roles. But Dr. Demeter said he has found ths "50-50 partner- ship principle isn't working" in today's marriages. He said in many cases the husband becomes the weaker of the two, and this causes sexual problems. Many women complain they cannot make love to a man they do not respect. Dr. Demeter said he often advises women to force the husband into making the deci- Classified Compliment SUDBURY, Ont. (CP) Gail Steele's husband of six months, who she says had never com- mented on her cooking, finally paid her a compliment through i classified advertisement in :he personal section of the Star. The ad read: "My wife bakes excellent pies. RWS." STUDY IN HAWAII at MAUNA OLU COLLEGE "a small college that cares" on the beautiful Island of Maui. Residential, co-edu- cational college of liberal arts. Two-year program fully accredited Associate of Arts degree and transfer. Four- year program offering majors for the Bachelor of Arts, Hu- manities, Social Science, Asian Studies, American Studies, and English. Independent study. Freshman Seminar. In- tercultural campus. Activities include year 'round swim- ming, surfing, hiking, riding. WRITE Dept. N. MAUNA OLU COLLEGE, Pala, Maui, Ha- waii 96779. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "You never did catch on to the fact that all my old love letters were mimeographed, did WEEKEND PERM SPECIALS! FRI. AND SAT., OCT. 30th and 31st Reg. 12.50 Q-25 Reg. 15.00 Q.25 Special O Special THERESA'S BEAUTY SALON 740 4lh Ave. S. Professional Blda. NEXT TO POST OFFICE PHONE 328-6424 First Birthday The Golden Mile Drop In Centre will celebrate its first birthday, Tuesday at 2 p.m. to Southminster Hall. There will be a skit by the members of the Lethbridge Women's Insti- tute and also musical entertain- ment by friends of the centre. Coffee and birthday cake will be served. Alt are welcome. Maple Leaf Chapter No. 7 OES will hold a friendship tea and bake, sale, Saturday from 2 to 5 p.m. in Southminster Church hall. Everyone is wel- come. VANCOUVER (CP) A spokesman for the Registered Nurses Association of British Columbia says nurses in the province are having trouble finding jobs and many are working as waitresses and typ- ists. Claire Marcus said 36 ate nurses applied for jobs this month for the first time with the association placement ser- vice while it still hasn't been able to find positions for 62 nurses who applied to Septem- ber. Mrs. Marcus said the num- ber of nurses who would apply through the .association is small, "so there may be hun- dreds of nurses out of work GOLDEN WEDDING Mr. end Mrs. Barney Thor- lacius of Lethbridge recently celebrated their golden wed- dirig anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Thorlacius'were married and farmed for many years in the Foam Lake, Sask. area. The couple were honored at celebrations at Foam Lake, Asquith, Sask and Lethbridge. They have ons daughter, Mrs. Eugene (Rose) Clyde, and three sons, Kurt, Richard, of Winnipeg, Man. and Jon, of Lethbridge. I A FORUM ABOUT MATURE WOMEN DEAR MISS BROOKFIELD: My husband has a habit thai has irritated me for years. He'll often come home from work, bolt down his dinner, pul on his coat and be off to spend the rest of the evening with his He never gives any thought to how I might want to spend the evening. Also, I can never make any advance plans for myself since I never know when he's going to take off. With all this talk about wom- en's liberation, I wonder if I shouldn't finally do something about it. B. G., Shrevepori, La. DEAR B. G.: Women's lib or not, it's high time the tables were turned. Why not plan an occasional evening out with the girls? Then announce to your spouse that you won't be home for din- ner. When he has to shift for himself he may get the mes- sage and be a little more thoughtful in the future. Thai doesn't mean he'll stop going out with his pals just that he may start giving you some advance notice for a change. DEAR MISS BROOKFIELD: I'm over 50 and unable to find clothing suitable for my age. I like to wear jumpers to work, but haven't been able to iind any that aren't above my mces. Please tell me where there is a store interested to us older people. E. B., Ticonderoga, N.Y. DEAR E. B.: As you've probably been reading lately, hemlines seem ;o be on the way down. It's jetting to be less fashionable to show the extremes of our ex- remities. This will make htags a lot easier for those of us whose knees were better eft covered hi the first place. If you can't find the jumper style you like in your local stores, why not try the cat- alogues of the big mail order houses? If that doesn't work, DOMINION REBEKAH LODGE BAZAAR WINNERS MRS. R. McVEAN-The Table Cloth MRS. KLEIN-The Doer Prize No. 403 1615 13th Street North PONNUKOKUR (Icelandic Pancakes) Icelandic recipe: are right at home in Manitoba. And Marga Oliver travelled there to' find out if deccndanls of these rugged people still serve their hearty fare at harvest time. Margo found that farming had changed hut the food is as delicious as ever especially Bollur (Meat Vinarterta, a cake, and Ponnukokur (Icelandic These and other un- usual recipes are IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE get yourself a simple jumper pattern and head for the near- est sewing machine. Have you a problem as a mature woman, or with one? For advice and help, write to Margaret Brookfield, In- formation Centre-on the Ma- ture Woman, 3 West 57th Strtet, New York, N.Y. 10019. Jobs Scarce For B.C. Nurses aside from the ones we know of." "We did a study in August and found that 118 who had just graduated were unable to get jobs despite the fact that Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Strand of Vista, Calif., formerly of Lethbridge will be honored on the occasion of their 40th wed- ding anniversary with an open bouse Sunday, from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m., hosted by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr, and Mrs. Walter Strand, of Wilson Siding. All friends and relatives are invited and it is requested there be no gifts. they collectively made 700 ap- she sa'id. Mrs. Marcus said the asso- ciation is warning nurses in other provinces about the em- ployment situation in B.C. "And we're not actively pro- moting recruitment into our nursing she said, add- ing that the provincial govern- ment austerity measures for hospitals is a factor in the Job shortage. ARTISTIC BEAUTY SALON Free Operators For Appointments Phone 328-3932 535 13th St. N. Up.taln Above Acme TV We've had a taste of Winter.. See Joe GREEN'S for SNOW BOOTS for the family LADIES' BOOTS LEATHERS VINYLS NYLONS SIMULATED SEALS in ankle to knee heights CHILDREN'S BOOTS Waterproof vinyls and leath- ers fdr the ultimate in warmth and comfort. MEN'S WINTER BOOTS Warm ankle height lined wilh Orion for cold weather comfort. WE CARRY SNOWMOBILE BOOTS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY GREEN'S SHOES on SIXTH STREET SOUTH IN LETHBRIDGE: 613 4th Ave. S. Telephone 328-4'214 NOW YOU CAN SHOP 24 HOURS A DAY STARTING TONIGHT, THURSDAY AT 9 P.M PARKER'S GIGANTIC AUCTION SALE LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION PAVILION LOTS OF FREE PARKING BUY AT YOUR PRICE AUCTION CONTINUES UNTIL EVERYTHNG IS SOLD FREE DRAW FREE COFFEE AUCTIONEERS Herb Chrislic, Lie. No. 231; Johnny Charlton, Lie. No. 293; Jerry Hammond, Lie, No. 4j6; and Dell Jordan ;