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    Lowell Sun (Newspaper) - November 29, 1962, Lowell, Massachusetts                                THE LOWELL SUN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1062 21 Married 50 Years Aids io a Healthy Heart Looting at various charts which were on display at the Lowell Heart association's low sodium cooking class Tuesday night are, left to right, Dr. Abraham j. Mei- sler, guest speaker; Mrs. CoMland? Burlcinshaw, pro- gram chairman; Miss Theresa DePippo, nutrition super- JVix Sotla'n Seltzer visor for the department of health, and Walter E. Megowen, executive director of the Middlesex North chapter of the Massachusetts Heart association. Sources of Sodium Ion Topic at Low Salt Diet Class Merrimack street auditor- ium. "With enormous amounts of research done in this field to date, the mechanism whereby drastic reduction and restriction of salt re- duces the blood pressure of some patients is still not established with restriction of the daily intake of salt in the diet, in the treatment of patients with hypertension, or high blood pressure, has been advocated for many said Dr. Abraham J, Meister as he addressed the Lowell Heart association's low sodium cooking class Tuesday night at the 81 East Dear Abby Change Your Terms! By Abigail Van Bur en DEAR ABBY: I am 35 and have just received my fourth divorce. Every woman 1 married was older than I. (The last one was 14 years older but no one knew it) I seem to get hooked by the same kind of selfish, domineer- ing, bossy lype woman every time. All I want is some- one who will love me, take care of me and (hink of me before herself. Is that asking too much? Show me a girl under 35 with those qualifications and I'll marry her. FOUR-TIME LOSER DEAR LOSER: You don't want a wife want a mother. When you start to think in terms of what you can give a woman instead.of what you can get, you'll be a man, my son. And only then can you expect a successful marriage. But not until. DEAR ABBY: My problem is a man who is old enough to be my father, but who has shown more than a fatherly in- terest in me. Besides, he is married. I am a waitress and he is my bogs. When 1 started to work here he gave me some very good advice on how to handle myself, and I appreciated it. I noticed later that every chance he had to talk to me he got on the subject of "sex." I always changed the subject, but ho managed to get back on it again. He even asked me some very personal questions about myself, which I an- sewered truthfully because 1 am a nice girl and didn't see any reason lo hide it. I am 'getting uncomfortable around him because he gels on the sex subject all the time. Do you think he has evil intentions? How should I guide myself? A KICK GIRL DEAR NICE GIRL: Guide yourself out I fie door and find another job. A man knows his chances ore good as long as he can get n girl to talk or think about sex. (And his chances keep improving if she doesn't get him off it.) Take a hig tip from me and quit while you're ahead. (What's mi your For a personal reply, tend T tctf- nddrcssed, stomped to Box J.J65, Beverly Hills, Calif.) Candy Small fry like these: grind raisins and nutmeals and then form into balls before dipping into melted semi- sweet chocolate. Sisterhood Plans Art Program Richard Frenier of Concord, a professional artist for 17 years, vrill be guest speaker at a meeting of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth El on Monday. Dec. .1. at 8 o'clock, at the Lowell Hebrew Commu- nity center. His present art activities in- clude fine arts, creative paint- ing and graphic art in all me- diums. Mr. Frenier has had II years of experience as a staff artist for a Hoslon newspaper. Will) his impressive background and education, members can look forward fo an enjoyable evening. Mrs. Sidney will preside at a sliorl business meeting, after which refreshments will be served. Hostesses will be Mrs. Fred Mascoll. .Mrs. Donald Freeman and Mrs. Marvin Freeman. Pistachio A'nfs To blanch pistachio nuts, cover them with cold water and boil them for about five minutes. Drain off the boil- ing water and cover (lie nuts with very cold waler, thrn drain again and you'll prob- ably be able to nib off the skins. said Dr. Meisler, who is president of the Middlesex North chapter of the Massa- chusetts Heart association. "As we know, salt is made up of two chemirals, sodium and chlorine. It is the sodium part of the salt structure that is the casual agent in people who have high blood pressure, and it is the re- striction of this, the sodium, which causes the fall in he added. The doctor stated that a study of why Asiatics did not suffer from hyperten- sion on their own nature foods revealed a diet very poor In sodium. From this study in 1944, he said, the famous but unpalatable rice diet was promulgated for the treatment of hyperten- sion. JTE FURTHER went on to say that there is a differ- ence between a no sodium and a low sodium diet, and people sn advised by their physicians should be ex- tremely careful and become label readers. The offending sodiumion Is found in bak- ing soda, some seltzers and many products one would not usually class as food, and therefore could be in- gested innocently. Walter E. Megowen, execu- tive director of the Middle- sex North chapter, was gratified with the attendance. "It was the largest for a dietetic cooking school ever held in this he said. All food prepared was served to those in attend- ance. The commentary was given by Miss Theresa De- Pippo, nutrition supervisor for the Massachusetts de- partment of health, repre- senting the northeast dis- trict, and a demonstration was given by Miss Dorothy Work, home service direc- tor at the host utility com- pany. The next meeting is sched- uled for Tuesday, Dec. 4, at o'clock at the same auditorium. Holiday recipes will be the subject, with medical comments to be given by Dr. Douglas E. Bragdon. staff cardiologist of the Heart clinic in Low- ell. 12OO POWER (jelf illuminating) :J MICROSCOPE KIT INCLUDES: 4 lint rivO-Mng turrit down ttop IB Jack pla Hardwood control lhf tit r-i cut 900 XK ZOOM MICROSCOPE KIT le iFcrl evpiwotioni. ii.M NOW ONLY S2395 40X Telescope 100X Tclewopc LAY AWAY NOW FOR CHRJSTMAS 127 MeTrimack Street UwcIJ, Mart. To Crisp Bacon Easy way to crisp bacon: put it on a rack in a shallow pan in a hot (400 degrees) oven for about 15 minutes. and Mrs. Michael J. Grady of 8 Wedge street celebrated their 50lh wedding anniversary, Tues- day. Their day began with a o'clock mass. at St. Margaret's church. Rev. John O'Regan officiated. The altar was decorated in gold with gold chrysanthe- mums and gold candles. With the couple at mass were their immediate family, Ihcir daughters and their hus- bands, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam E. Barrett of 8 Wedge street and Mr. and Mrs. George W. Spinney of 44 At- lantic street; and their grandchildren, William Bar- rett. Jr., Michael Barrett, George Spinney, Jr., Bar- bara Ann Spinney and Rob- ert C. S p i n n e y. Another granddaughter, -Mrs. Thomas MdNiff, left with her lieu- tenant husband for Japan before the celebration. A breakfast was enjoyed by family and friends after mass in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Barrett. An open house buffet sup- per was given in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Spinney, attended by a large group including Rev. Fr. O'Regan. Said Mrs. Spinney, 'The house was packed to the rafters." Miss Helen Gen- dron took movies of the af- fair. Mr. and Mrs. Steven Burliss cut and served the fruit wedding cake. NUMEROUS GIFTS In- cluded gold candlesticks, gold bowls, gold vases, a camera, a portable tran- sistor radio and jewel ly. The many magnificent flower arrangements, some elaborately sprayed with gold will be donated to the retarded children at the Tewksbury hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Grady were married Nov. 27, 1912, al St. Patrick's church. Rev. Joseph A. Curtin officiated. After being in private business in Lakeview, D r a e u t. for 40 years, the Gradys have been retired for seven years. do they do? Said their daughter, Mrs. Barrett, "They find life is pretty wonderful." "We're too old lo play said Mr. Grady. Both are enthu- siastic sporls fans, however, especially of (he Bpston Red Sox and Patriots. Mr. Grady was once the firsl baseman for the "outh Knd boys team. How did they do? "According lo said Mrs. Barren, "they were always champ." Said Mr. Grady, "fljey used lo pay pitchers to come from such places as Dartmouth to play for opposing teams such as Graniteville and they still couldn't beat us! We lost only two games out of 70." "MY said Mrs. Barrett, "if the Sox read (hat, they'll come looking for my Mrs. Grady is an active mem- ber of the Ladies of Charity. League of Catholic Women and St. Margaret's sodality. Mr. Grady was one of the original members of the Clover club. He is now director. He has been an active member of the Elks for over 35 years and has been a member of the Holy Name society most of his life. Both are lifetime resi- dents of Lowell. Mr, and Mrs. Michael J. Srady Club News LADIES OF Mrs. S. Gunther Ilajjar. president of the Ladies of Charity of St. John's hos- pital, reminds members that the regular Ilrst Friday meeting of the organization will bo omitted in December. This meeting will be re- placed by the gala open house tour of homes for members and friends De- cember 15. It has been an- nounced that the tour will culminate in a festive coffee hour from 3 to 5 o'clock in the lounge of the nurses' home on Slackpole street. Mrs. James-F. Kiely, ticket chairman, and her commit- tee now have tickets avail- able. BF BUTLER The regular meeting of the B. F. Butler Woman's Relief corps, auxiliary to the Grand Army of the Republic, will be held in the Veteran's Wing of the Memorial Auditorium Wed- nesday, Dec. 5, at 2 o'clock, Mrs. Anna Duffy presiding. Following the business ses- sion the annual Oirislmas party will be held in a local restaurant. Mrs. Mary Need- ham and Mrs. Ella Regan will be co-chairmen of the event and request members and friends to bring gifts for exchange. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Needham at 9-0134. CHRISTMAS STORE UP TO 2 YEARS TO PAY NO DOWN PAYMENT on MAJOR APPLIANCES ONLY PENNIES A DAY ZENITH 19 iiu Portable TV ZENITH COLOR Hordcrofftd 900 lily mckti portable by every itaitford! 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