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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta It, 1972 THI irTMMIOOI HKAID If Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: May I share something that came to me after several years of thinking and re-thinking concepts of love, sex, and why certain people seem to gravilate toward each other? It's a fact that older men prefer younger women, per- haps to reassure themselves (and others) that they are still attractive and that age has not done them too much vio- lence. Another well known fact: Young men prefer older wom- en. It's a relief to be free of the strain of the empty- headed and egocentric chick on the make. Older women are less demanding and more understand- ing. Younger men respond lo their warmth and maturity with gratitude. Strange as it may seem, I am NOT refer- ring to sex exclusively, but to business relationships as well. I take a dim view of the theory that younger men like older women because they don't swell, they don't tell, and they are grateful as hell. Let's face it, older women are just nicer to be Forty And Relaxed DEAR OVER FORTY: The reader mail, as a result of that column, made it abundantly clear that plenty of women told, yelled, and swelled after forty. Thanks for writing. DEAR ANN LANDERS: When I was first married several years ago, my dad used to come over almost every day at a.m. and stay for lunch. It never occurred to him that I might have some place to go or something to do. He just assumed he was always welcome. 1 was inconvenienced plenty but I never said a word. If I had plans, I slipped upstairs to the extension telephone and postponed or cancelled them. My husband was transferred to another state after two years, and or.e of the things I was happiest to leave behind was my dad's daily visits. Last week my husband informed me that he is being transferred back to our home town. The first thing I thought of was you-know-who. Ann, my dad can talk the toenaits off a brass monkey. I haven't the patience I once had. Also, I now have four chil- dren. What can I do about those daily noon visits without hurting his feelings Badly Bent In Benton Harbor DEAR B.B.: Write your dad and tell him how delighted you are to be moving back. Tell him you'll miss those daily noon visits which will be impossible now with four youngsters iir.d a bigger hfmse, but you'll invite him as often as you can etc., etc. Cheaper spreads on way out WOOL FASHION SHOW McKillop United Church U.C.W., Unit FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29th, P.M. Church Hall Admiwion 50 heavy housework. Further hi formation may be obtained the centre. ason Saturday at p.m. th a dance at Assumption :hool, 24th St. and 14th Ave. S. new live orchestra will be in tendance. Everyone welcome come to an evening o! fox ots, walties and others. Open i young people as well. The Ladies1' Auxiliary to FOE o. 2100, will hold the regular leeting tonight at 8 p.m. in the agles Hall. Hostesses will be as arranged. Mr. and Mrs. William Evan- ff will celebrate their 50th 'edding anniversary with an pen house to be held Oct. 8 to 4 p.m., at the jethbridge Country Club. All riends and acquaintances are nvited to attend. No gifla, by equest. An Absolutely Smashing Present "ART STUDIO 'ON PIFTU AVENUE ARTISTIC fXCTUOE FRAMICM ARTISTS' supplies ABT GAUCftY 710-5 AVt One hour before serving, cooV noodles ,os lobel directs. Heat oven to 350 degrees. In a quart casserole combine soup, oiayonnaise and milk. Add rest of Ihe icnls, seasonings lost. Sprinkle wilh curry powder! bake 30 minutes. This servise 6. 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