Winnipeg Free Press Newspaper Archives Apr 17 1986, Page 46

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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - April 17, 1986, Winnipeg, Manitoba Cancer Cambi beaten Manitoba division Winnipeg april Pagas 3554 Nutem physicist decries popular notions on in this season color Steps out by Rhoda Feldman theres a Good Chance this will be the season you pop Tel fuchsia shoes of Pink or yellow of Green designers of e counting on women going of Happy coloured feet to contrast with the neutrals of their ready Tower of to provide an exuberant match for vibrant Phil shoe buyer for illusions 102090 Corydon says yellow is the strongest color in a season where color is the strength of and theres lots of triad Bocolor All Heel Heights All Heel Heights Low Are he Flats Are Strong and wedges Are making a the wedge is Back because its comfy to platforms led reminiscent of the 60s and popular in the Are coming Here for and wedges will be stronger Csatari the shoe buyer says the taper toe is the Strong look in dress the pump is most sandals Are making a comeback in a Small color in both Brights or pastels int the Only innovative step for Spring and Lou owner of Casablanca inter National 538 Academy Metallica Are starting to come in very Strong from Europe the influence comes from Europe where designers have been featuring hot coloured including electric Blue and Pink As Well As Bronze and the trend Here will be much stronger for Routbart with toes fashionably pumps Are important this and so Are Flats and wedges in All the colors of the basically its a season to have that what color but you do have to spend More time planning something extra detailing that makes for a special look is what Spring shoes Are All says Sal owner of Alta Moda shoe 30999 Osborne and he observes that Matching handbags Are important much More so than in any other previous editors swarm to the Washington Post Washington Ruth who is probably the Only person in the country who could Tell a roomful of profession als about the Joy of onion rings in devoted an hour recently to the nations August newspaper Edi the doctor and even at 9 the room was the usual mainstays of the Ameri can society of newspaper editors conventions have been such subjects As color on the front or How to lure or libel Laws or the topic was what editors should know about and the participants included not Only the diminutive Queen of sex but also Shere who has been researching sex for More than a dozen years and who has put out the bestselling the Hite report to give readers her id like to congratulate you for a record turnout for our business Moderator Robert executive editor of the Tallahassee said As he opened the session session that would be punctuated Over the next hour by More than a few embarrassed explaining that he had heard a lot of bad jokes about Why he was picked for the stiff then said that he had a bad cold and had told the president of the editor group that he had a viral he misunderstood me and thought i had a virile stiff with about 600 people settled Down to what eventually be came a somewhat serious but not overwhelmingly serious discus Sion about How much sex should be allowed in news not Ruth made a pitch for helping create a sexually literate adding we can Send a Man to the but we cannot prevent million unwanted pregnancies each who said that most newspaper reporters either report about sex clinically or use these stories to provide a Little held up a Usa today headline that said Dolly Parton gets in of Drew embarrassed who was also there to peddle her column for King Fea had a hard time convincing at least one participant that her column was less entertainment and More serious discussion about the responsibilities of i wonder if we owe our readers this said Jim editor of the Birmingham taken seriously if we can help them with Good Why not help them with Good sex i say i think the subject needs to be taken seriously and not turned into a dirty joke or the equivalent of a plumbing Man he then there also was the opposing Arnold editor of the Springfield mass Union news complained that Ruth seemed to be writing too much about the responsibility necessary in sexual for would like to see it Deal More with sex than it has and take the flak that goes with Friedman some editors were concerned about the appropriate age for Young sters to hear or read but there were no easy some Are not ready for her advice when there As old As she and she said that Many 14yearolds agree to go to bed Early on sunday night so that they can slip on ear phones and listen to her radio show under the i Hope after a few times they get there is not an infinite she adding that she Hopes at least they get some truth As an antidote to what their Peers Are telling with the hour was Over and the newspaper Here for their 86th annual went on to More serious within minutes after Ruth left and the session turned to the question of changing the bylaws of the editor the audience dwindled to about 250300 it was a Tough act to a photo Westheimer espouses sexually literate people make the difference i Janet Constable Janet joined our staff in As our office manager Janet attention to detail and sparkling personality have won her the acclaim of both staff and a James Janet is involved in numerous Community she is an ardent traveller but treasures time spent involved with music and with her family at their Camp on Lake of the we appreciate the Way Janet looks after our customers special at the difference is people like Janet 2627 Portage phone 8888360 Fine furniture shop to to shop until 9 and interiors i cent on savings create rooms uniquely your blend special pieces to fit your individual and compliment your personal choose from an outstanding selection of Superb accent pieces Grandfather Secretary and writing Hall Tea carts and Wall this weekend Only save 20 choose from names you know names you Trust b m Kaufman Hekman Jasper Cabinet s Sligh s Gibbard Sale includes in Stock items or special orders

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