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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, September 10, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 19 Anne Landers Dear Ann Landers: Will you please print this letter as ;i lavor to every middle-aged woman with widowed ladv friends and a handy husuand? Dear "Alone" (which is the way you like to describe yourself i. I humbly suggest thai you look in the yellow pages o! your phone book when you want work done around the ol calling the husband of a Iriend. You have created more guments than you will ever k ow. At the moment I can thi ik of at least three ma- jor job; (and ten minor ones) that nc xl attending to but my husband can't get around to them because he has been go- inf> to YOUR house to do your chores When vour husband died I asked you to call on me it you needed help, but I didn't mean I would share my husband with vou These days time is more important than money I don't know how much more I have left It burns me up when my husband leaves me alone lor lour hours at a stretch because he is at your house doing things you could hire done I am reaching you through Ann Landers's column because I know you read her every day. If you think I mean you. I DO. And Resentful Dear S. and R.: Here's your letter but don't expect it to solve the problem That woman didn't kidnap your husband He goes to her house because he wants to. When vou lind out WHY. you might ligure out a solution to the problem Dear Ann Landers: My hus- band and I have been happily married lor 20 years. We-havc two teenage children Three months ago Chris was in a depressed mood and conless- ed he had been in love with .mother woman "all his life." They have been corresponding lor years (unknown to me, ol course i It came as a com- plete shock He gave me no hint that ours was not a perfect marriage. A lew weeks ago Chris went to see this woman (lor halt an hour) alter not having seen her lor 21 years When he told me ol the visit" I was stunned. I promptly lelephoned the woman (long- distance) and asked what had been going on She replied, "Absolutely nothing. I didn't want him 21 years ago and I don't want him now. Our cor- respondence has always been completely platonic." I believe her. My husband has promised he will never see her again and there will be no more letter writing Ho refuses to HD to a psychiatrist because he says nothing is wrong with him 1 now feel very resentful and h.ilc lor him to touch me He has been leading a double 1 i I e in e n I a 11 v if not plnsically. and I am in a state nl contusion as to why he had to behave so dishonestly. Is it possible lor a 45-year- old man to suiter leehngs ol rejection for 21 years when he has a wile who loves him -and whom he says he loves? Peace Of Mind Dear N.: you can accept the tact that your husband's fantasies are a svmplom ol his immaturity and no rcllection on you. you'll have the peace ol mind vou seek He needs vour love and reassurance now more than ever I hope you can supply both in abundance. Your'marriage might depend on it Dear Ann Landers: I was amused by vour del mil ion ol l.ace Curtain Irish "People who have fruit in the house when nobody's sick." One ot vour readers added another line "and flowers when nobody's dead." When 1 was in Ireland recently. I heard a better one- "The women are virgins until they marry -and the men afterwards Ebert, Sun-Times Movie Critic Roger, Honey: So -how do you account lor all those large families'' DEAR READERS: Remember the letter from the mother whose 20-year-old daughter started to sleep with her 19-year-old boyfriend because all her friends were doing it? After listening to them tell how beautiful and glorious sex was, she began to believe she was missing something The mother wrote. "I was there mysell when 1 was 20 and I remember how exploited and ashamed I felt. I can't believe human nature has changed that much." The mother asked me to in- vite the girls to come forward and tell what really happens to their sell-image when they begin to sleep around So I did and the response was staggering. The majority of the girls who wrote said they were "in love" and having sexual inter- course with only one guy (that week or that month or that year i They didn't consider it "sleeping around" since they were not being promiscuous out of ten letters from girls under were as young as 13) said they felt deeply ashamed and were sorry they had been so stupid or "weak." They were fearful lor their reputations and fell "ruined." The letters from the older girls were less negative. The older and more mature the girls, the fewer the regrets. Here are some excerpts: I-Yom Nashville (age 15r It was the dumbest thing I ever did in mv whole lite. I was depressed for weeks. I couldn't hold my head up The guy never took me out on a real date He only used me for sex 1 could kick mysell Little Rock (age 21 r. I went all the way when I was 17 because I wanted to join the Sex Revolution everybody was talking about I can tell you it's a bummer Once you've gone to bed with a guy it's to do it again with somebixh else. Before you know it. vou're pretty shotnvorn Portland. Maine (age 18) Nobody knows what hell is un- til she has to worry from month to month about being pregnant I did it lor a year and il took all the lun out of sex and il made me hale the guv Now I am so turned off on sex that I will probably have to to a shrink before I get married Washington. D.C. (age 201. I lost mv virginity at 19 I'd been through the ordeal of blind dates who relv on their sense ol touch. I was tired ol the whole mess and decided why not go all the'way'' Lucky lor me. I picked a man who rcalh valued me as a person that's the key. He wasn't lust after my body. He would have continued to see me even il I had said no I really was fortunate Kansas City (age Just because a girl is not a virgin doesn'l mean she's a tramp I lost mine at age 20 to the kind ol male I had fantasized about since my early teens. He was big, handsome, sexy and very physical That experience grew me up in a hurry I dis- covered he was really a dumb ox Alter sex we had nothing to talk about I learned from the boob that sexual gratifica- tion is more than just a roll in the feathers. Chicago (age You'll laugh at this. Ann A 50c investment helped me hang on to my virginity until I finished high school. It was your booklet. "Necking And Pet- Are The Limits''" 1 even took it on dates' When things got heavy I' go to the bathroom and read it. You were there when I needed you. Thanks Gratelul What'sa prudish? What's K.'' If you aren't sure, you need some help. It's available in the booklet. "Necking and Petting What Are the Mail your request to Ann Landers in care of your newspaper, enclosing in coin and a long, stamped, sell- addressed envelope. Copyright 1973 Field Enterprises. Inc. The Lethbridge Symphony Association The Lethbridge Symphony Chorus SEASON REHEARSALS BOWMAN ARTS CENTRE Commencing Monday, Sept. 17 Interested singers are invited to apply for membership in the chorus PLEASE PHONE WALTER GOERZEN 345-3901 rontmssionionairvs July Foley, left, Lila Wager and Beryl Morrissette display their new uniforms before taking up positions at the Lester B. Pearson building in Ottawa yesterday as the first female members of the Ottawa division of the Canadian Corps of Commis- sionaires. The corps has been planning to hire women for more than six months, but customers have been reluctant to use them. __ __ __ __ ___ Walking security symbol for elephant youngsters By JEAN SHARP CP Women's Editor ROCKTON, Ont. (CP) Tangie Mothersell spends her days being a walking security symbol for Sophie. Cathy and Sam, who are tour years old, and elephants. She is an erstwhile legal secretary who has become the elephant minder here at the African Lion Safari, about halfway between Hamilton and Gait. Several dozen spe- cies of animals wander free in the 550-acre Safari park, view- ed by visitors who cruise through in closed cars. Assist- ant manager G.D. Dailley says about cars a year now visit the Safari, which opened in 1968. Miss Mothersell's day with her charges begins about 9 a.m. when she helps let them out to their outside pen. cleans their barn and then takes them out to roam in the park. The days are sometimes enlivened by games of tag with a rhinoceros, by pre- venting the elephants from stripping all the trees in the area or acting too interested in the tourists. LIKES ANIMALS Miss Mothersell is a native of Halifax who was working as a legal secretary in Kitch- ener, not liking it very much. She left to work for five months as general assistant in an animal clinic, then per- suaded the Safari's manage- ment to hire her. "I went to work in the pet corner, taking care of the ani- mals, cleaning their cages and feeding them, watching the people to see they don't do anything they shouldn't. "I started relieving at lunch hour with the cheetahs and when the man that took care of the elephants left, I came out here." She says it took about a month and a half, working with people the elephants al- ready knew, to get them to accept her completely. "We have to be able to con- trol them, so the most impor- tant thing is obedience train- ing If they start taking off. and they've done it. you have to get them so they'll come back. "You have to keep them of I the road, because the paint is all scraped off our trucks where they've rubbed against them, and they could break a car window." CARROT AND STICK A small stick and a bag of carrots are her working tools. "When you call them and they come, you give them a carrot. When they don't come, you get behind them and chase them. I've got them now so if I point, they'll go where they know they should have gone in the first place. "If you call and they don't come, the ideal thing is to get someone else behind them to chase them to you so you be- come their security. Then if something startles them, they'll come to you and not scatter She says you call an ele- phant by shouting, "Come here, Sophie." or whoever. "Sophie has a cut on her trunk and more hair than Ca- thy. Sarn has larger tusks and he's smaller. You can pretty well tell them by their faces, once you're used to them." USES RADIO She has a two-way radio to call for assistance if she thinks she needs it. She called for a truck one day when the elephants and a rhino were playing and things got a bit too exciting She says an occasional tour- ist can cause a problem, too. "The animals look tame and docile, but they're not. People want to get out of their cars and take pictures, which I can appreciate, but something might happen to them. Grant, the zebra, tried to kick me the other day. "One day a man started walking toward a rhino that had his head down and his ears back I ran toward him. which was ridiculous, because the elephants ran, too. but I didn't know what else to do." Miss Mothersell says she likes working with the big an- imals because she considers them smart and more inter- esting than small beasts. "It's more of a challenge because there's nothing physi- cal you can do to make them behave. "I get along with them. too. sometimes better than I do with people. They're very open and very honest, which sounds lunatic, I suppose." She says she's not entirely sure what the future holds. "I'd like to go to Africa someday." ha e for call ALICANTE, Spain (Reuter) Colin Levy, husband of Norma Levy, the call girl in- volved in the recent Lord Lambton scandal in Britain, has been charged with the at- tempted murder of his wife, a consular official said Wednes- day. A spokesman for the British consulate in Alicante told Reuters news agency that a Spanish judge went Tuesday night to the local jail where Levy has been in custody since his arrest near here July 14. He was held in lieu of bail. Che spokesman said. Police sources said he was taken into custody after his wife went to police to allege that he tried to run over her in Ins car at the nearby Mediterranean resort of Denia She also alleged he tried to shoot at her with a rifle and a pistol, the sources said. First female troops ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) A 22-year-old woman was up at a.m today to begin 17 weeks of training as the first female trooper in the history of the New York state police. Regina Robbms took the oath of office recently with 129 other new troopers, all male. Miss Robbins is a political science graduate of Syracuse University and a native of the Madison County community of New Woodstock. She said after the swearing- in ceremony that law enforce- ment is "what I've always wanted to do" that she has been "a little shocked by all of the attention" she was getting from the news media. Four other women were originally scheduled to be sworn in Thursday. Their ap- pointment has been delayed pending a court suit in which a male who was turned down for the job is contending he was the vicitim of sex dis- crimination. AVOIDS ISSUES Miss Robbins carefully avoided discussing women's liberation issues. Would she like to be called Miss or Ms.? "Just make it she said. What did she think of the suit by the man who claimed he was a victim of sex dis- crimination? "Well. I can see his point of view." she replied, "but I'm sure the other women are dis- appointed." The suit led to a temporary restraining order from state Supreme Court Justice Russell Hunt ol Albany blocking the swearing in ol the tour other women. CALENDARS Lethbridge Toastmasters Club will have its first meeting ol the 1973-74 season at this evening in the Park Plaza Motor Hotel. President Bill Oleksey and his executive extend an invitation to anyone interested in public spea'king and self- improvement to attend this meeting. Kappa Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi. will hold the first fall meeting at p.m. Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Lucille Thompson, 2110 22 Ave. S. The regular meeting of Maple Leaf Chapter No. 7, OES. will be held at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Masonic Hall Xi Iota chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will hold the first meeting of the fall season at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Kay Bailie. 2929 11 Ave. S. The individual tournament tor the Pilling Trophy, scheduled lor Wednesday at the Ladies' Duplicate Bridge Club, has been postponed until Wednesday, Sept 26. Those intending to pla'y are asked to leave their names with Ena Turner. 327-2936. Evening Branch ACW of St. Augustine's Church will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Bambnck Room of the parish hall. The Ogden Unit of Southmmster Church will hold a regular meeting at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the home of Mrs Lou Fleetwood. 920 9 Ave. S. Sigma Chapter. Beta Sigma Phi. will meet at 8 p.m Tues- day in the home of Mrs. Bob Kihmburgh. 305 Dieppe Blvd. with Mrs Kmniburgh as co- hostess The program, the dance, will be presented by Mrs. Darryl Singer The regular monthly meeting of the Canadian Pacific Railway Pensioners Association will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the club rooms All members are urg- ed to turn out for this meeting. Southmmster I'CW groups will meet as follows Susan Galbraith: at the home of Mrs. T H Felger. 1304 6 Ave. S 2.30 p m. Wednesday Ellen Denoon: at the home of' Mrs. A S Fumerton, 1714 13 Ave. S. -3pm Wednesday Grace Marshall: at the home of Mrs. J. B Henderson, 414 25 St S p m. Wednesday. Alma Buchanan: in the church lounge 30 p.m. Wednesday. Preceptor Kta Chapter. Beta Sigma Phi. will hold its lirst meeting of the 1973-74 season at 8 15 p m Tuesday in the home of Mrs Shirley Ann president 519 13th St S Parents ol Twins Associa; lion for Lethbridge and the surrounding district will hold its monthly meeting at p m Wednesday m the gas company auditorium Further information is available from Kai en at 327-3734 or Sheryl at -t The Lethbridge Municipal Hospital and Gait School of Nursing Auxiliary will spon- sor a chanty dance from p m. to 1 Saturday at 702 Kenyon Field. Lunch and refreshments will be served There will be a door prize and spot dances Tickets are available by phoning 328- 327-3006 or 327-3134. 4 -t The ladies ol the Old Timers' Pemmican Club will hold it tea and pantry table Horn 2 to 4 30 p m Saturday in the club rooms intinw Peter Gregory Mclaughlin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mclaughlin. 1410 13 St S is sworn into the Royal Canadian Mounted Police by Inspector J.R. Ben- tham. officer commanding Lethbridge sub-division. Peter, who received his BA from the University of Leth- bridge in December, will undergo six months intensive training in Regma before being posted to police duties. FABRIC SALE BUCK-A-YARD We have reduced hundreds of yards from our regular stock. Now over 300 bolts to choose from at per yard. Fabrics for Pants, Jackets, Suits, Shirts, Smocks, Dresses, Tops, Drapes, Curtains, Cushions, Slip Covers, etc. Fortrel and Cotton, Arnel Jersey, Brushed Denim, Homespuns, Corduroy, Dobie, Twill, kDnits, Lace, Polyester fishnet, Sailcloth, Cottons, Fibreglass Drapery, many others. VALUES TO YD. 2000 yards 1-SP GRAND OPENING SPECIALS Our sale begins Wednesday a.m. In addition to 2000 yards yard we offer the following specials while quantities last. ACRYLIC SINGLE KNIT 60" Prints Reg. 2 59 1 I yd. I.I Upholstery 1 to 8 yard pieces Values to yard yd. 0.99 MEN'S WEAR Polyester 60' Values to 8 00 yard yd. 4. DRAPERY in to 108 Values to S3 yd. I .29 ZIPPERS 7-22" Nylon coil limit 3 per customer. Values to 50c each 90 KNITS Polyester and Acrylic double knits and prints to 70" Values to S6 00 yard. yd. 2.99 FALL STOCK SPECIALS Over yards of new stock, many at special prices. FJt II U Y'Q FABRIC A JI H I O FACTORY 12392nd Avenue S. LETHBRIDGE LTD, Phone 329-3355 (Old John Deere Building) ;