Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Wedneirlny, Apiil 1972 1ICRAIO 23 CELEBRATION FOR MATHESIS ClUB Members and past members of the Mathesis Club gathered in the Bow- man Art Centre on Tuesday night for a receplion honor- Improvements on the way for many denial problems ing the club's 60th anniversary. Guesls were entertained by Margaret Horvath, left, playing her accordion. Phil Faulds Photo SASKATOON (CPJ "Even If the government came out with a denial plan, only about one-half of the population would want to go to the dentist." says Dr. Isodore Wolch of the depart- ment of dentistry at the Univer- sity of Manitoba. "It's our said Dr. Murray Cornish of Toronto, in- ternational president of the Alpha Omega Denial Fratern- ity. oople still arc afraid of being hurt by dentists and the profession hasn't managed to overcome tins reputation, he said. Dr. Wolch said only about one-third of Canadians receive decent dental care. Tile rest wanted only emergency service. But Canadian dentists are be- coming more a part of the over-all public health picture, with increasing emphasis on prevention rather than treat- ment, the Winnipeg dentist said. Dr. Wolch and Dr. Cornish said "exciting things11 are hap- pening in dentistry which would he important to the entire pub- lic health program. One of these is a new type of filling. "It's a mixture of plastic and other said Dr. Cor- nish. It's more durable and more natural looking than the materials now used. Another is the development of a sealing material. "Deep grooves in a child's tooth can be painted with tills sealant to prevent cavities from said Dr. Wolch. "And no drilling is involved." In the future, it may not al- ways be nece.-ary to pull dis- eased teeth and replace them with dentures, the dentists said. With cosmetic dentistry, teeth may be restored with caps after extensive treatment of gums and roots. Ann Landers WEDDING GOWN Large Selection Excellent Styles Good Size Range CHOOSE YOUR GOWN NOW AND LAYAWAY FOR LATER Reductions To PRICE OR MORE 328 7lh ST. S. PHONE 327-7220 DEAR ANN LANDERS: I just read a very sensible arti- cle thai says it is every wife's responsibility to nag her bus- hand inlo good health, if she must. No woman, according to tlie author, is a good wife if she sii.s by silently while her husband drinks too much, eats too much, or smokes too much. She must nag, nag, nag. It's up to the wife to get her hus- band to see a doctor for an annual physical checkup. If he is on medication it's her job to see (hat he takes it. It's also the wife's job to get her husband out of his easy chair and make him exercise. Most wives kill their hus- bands by preparing high calorie meals and providing them with snacks. Then they let the guy sit in a chair and watch TV until he falls asleep, 'flu's is what causes heart attacks. Please leU women everywhere who love their husbands to nag them, ft could add years to their lives. Orlando DEAR OR: Who wants more years like that? Sorry, 1 don't agree. Nagging never kept anyone alive. Jt has, how- ever, killed many marriages. The man who eats loo much, smokes too much and drinks loo much must be given an incentive to cut out the gluttony. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Will you step aside for a (ew minutes and let me be Ann Landers? 1 wish someone had given ME the advice I am about to offer. Here it is: If you plan to marry a man who has children by a previous marriage, take a good loook at those kids and decide whether or not you'd be willing to take them into your home. Even if it seems like a remote possibility try to imagine what your life would be like with (hose kids under your roof. "The "impossible" just happened. My husband's ex-wife is In a sanitarium and her mother who was taking care of the kids had a stroke. I was told last night to get the bed- room ready because his children are coming to live with us. Ann, I'm fit to be tied. The oldest is a boy 10, a real hellcat. The middle one, another boy, age 7, looks as if lie's going to be a carbon copy of his older brother. The baby is a girl, 5. She slill wets the ted and has a very liniitctl vocabulary. I think she is retarded. When I married Joe this wasn't in the cards, but it hap- pened anyway. I've got to make the best of it, but my love for him just flew out the window. Pittsburgh Lament DEAR PITT: That was a funny kind of love, Lady. DEAR ANN LANDERS: The letter from the teen-ager whose parents had a miserable marriage and fought all the time was interesting because iny parents are in the same leaky boat. That girl said she learned something valuable from her parents. Never get married. I have a different point of view. I'm going to remember the lessons I learned at home and apply them to my own life. Both mom and (iad are in the wrong. My mom usually starts Ihe arguments because she wants attention. Dad ig- nores her. The only way stie can get him to talk is by starting a fight. She knows just what wiil set him off and needles him until lie blows his top. Then he says some awful thing to her and she's got him on the defensive. When I listen to them I wonder if they were ever young once and in love. I vi-ondcr how they felt about each other when they got married. I wonder what happened in Ihcir lives to make them the way they are now. What do you think, Ann? One Who Watches DEAR O.W.W.: 1 think you've raised some intereslinp; queslions. Why don't you ask them? DEAR ANN LANDERS: f read the letter from "Kissless Bride" whose groom didn't kiss her after the minister said, "I now pronounce you man and wife." After 20 years she was still so unhappy about it she had to write to Ann Landers. 1 have a view on the subject which my husband shares. We feel that a kiss is an intimate expression of affection and should be a private affair. We decided not to kiss at our own wedding and several people complained as if they were cheated out of something. When this toller appears in print (if it if. may move some young couples who are contemplating marriage' to re- think Ihe Show DEAR NO: The important thing is not whether or not the bride and groom kiss at Ihe altar-hut that (hoy continue to express affection (hroughotit the rest of their lives. There Is a big difference between cold and Ann Lan- ders shows you how to play it rool without freezing people out in her "Teen-Age Sex Ten Ways to Cool n." Send SO cents in coin and a long, self-addressed envelope In this newspaper. IN LETHBRIDGE Write your name and address on the back of any Libby's label cind enter them in our draw barrel for a 2 Wheeler Bike. Draw to be held May 1. 32 or jci [CUM) lemonade S pocks UjC COOKEGS McCormicks. Assorted r. jnn Marshmallows and sandwich 4 pkgs. 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