Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
Tuesday, August 4, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HEItALD I J, ers DEAR ANN LANDERS: After reading the letter in your column from a woman whose husband wanted her to have an affair with another man so she would have something to compare with him, I decided to write. My problem is along the same line. N. and I have been married for seven years. I was 17 when we married and N. was 19. I was a virgin and he had been around some, but not much. Our sex life wasn't great but we both figured it would get better. Well, it hasn't gotten any better. It has gotten worse. N. works with a very attractive man. (I'll refer to him as K.) K. is ten years older than I am. He has become a family friend and has dinner with us often. Last week N. had to go out of town. He asked K. to take me to dinner and to a movie. The two of us had a nice time but I was uneasy. I sensed some high voltage sexual electricity between us. When my husband returned, I told him in a hall-kidding way that K. turned me on. Tonight he came ap with a suggestion. He thinks I ought to have an affair with K. in order to learn if I am at fault for our lousy sex life or if he is to blame. My husband has it figured cut this way: If nothing happens between K. and me, then I am the one who needs professional help. If K. and I ring bells and hear a thousand violins-, my husband needs coun- selling. He has promised to get it. I swear this lettur is no put-on. He means it and so do I. We await your 'answer. Oh The Verge DEAIt ON: Get off the verge and use your head. The problem exists between you and your husband and that's where it should be resolved. I recommend joint counselling by a physician who is competent to deal with the problem. (Not all physicians Your gynecologist would be your best bet. A husband could hatch such a sick scheme needs help either way. I think Ire has a little trouble both above and below the Mason-Dixon line. DEAK ANN LANDERS: Eecently you printed a letter from an office worker who wanted to know what to do about a very good friend who was forever bumming cigaretes. I have a fine solution for her. Stop smoking. Do two people a favor. One Who Did and Rejoices Daily DEAR. DAILY: Great idea! Too bad it isn't as easy to do as it sounds. DEARN ANN LANDERS: I work in an office with seven women. Four of us smoke, but never while we're working. We do enjoy a cigarette during coffee break. One of the non-smoking women makes life miserable for everyone. Whenever someone lights up a cigarette, she gags, chokes, and clutches at her throat as if she is being strangled. Every day the performance is the stag- gers toward the water cooler, hanging on to the desks- wheezing and gasping. Garbo as Camille was nothing com- pared to this broad. We are sick of her performances and want to know what to Gripe DEAK A.: Sorry, I'm with Camille. The air In the office is just as much hers as it is yours. You do not have right to pollute it. If you must smoke, go to die ladles room or out In tbs to the lunchroom. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "Excellent commercial.. .This man is a billion- aire at oge 30, ond finally the chorus-girl will many him because he uses Goodie- Denhfor his breath." WOMEN WANTED TO TRAIN FOR Medical Receptionist Dental Receptionist Practical Nursing This Is a home study course which can be completed in 16 weeks. Training need not interfere with present employ- ment. High School diploma not necessary to qualify. Out of town inquiries welcome. Write, Giving Phone No. to CAREER TRAINING Box 123 lethbridge Herald Clean Twice Yearly SASKATOON (CP) Rings with precious stones in settings should be cleaned and checked every sue months to see if the claws are intact, advises a jew- elry expert. OVER THE HILL RECIFE, Brazil (AP) An- tonia Joaquina de Lima and her sister Cicera Santos, who live in a northeastern Brazil village 88 miles from here, claim to be 121 and 102 years old, respectively. LETHBRIDGE FISH GAME ASSN. WEDNESDAY AT 8P.M. IN THE NEW EAGLES HALL BLACKOUT 57 NUMBERS-FREE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS 8th and 12tfi) in 7 Numbers NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 CONNIE and. ELAINE WESLEY WISH TO ANNOUNCE THE SALE OF CONOLANE COIFFURES COLLEGE MALL Effective August 1st, 1970 And thank their many customers and friends for their support and patron- age during the past two years. NO CLING OR CLIMB Static electricity sends a model's hair flying in the Ontario Science Centre in Toronto's Hall of Engineering electrical exhibit. The centre model who wears one of the new nan-cling antistatic slips of nylon, touches the Vandergraff ma- chine which harmlessly transfers electricity to her body and out through her hair. Calgary Survey Of Six Workers Top Secretary Is Dedicated CALGARY (CP) The top job in the secretarial field is that of executive secretary. They seem to have the most responsibility, get the most satisfaction from their jobs and earn the biggest salaries. So six executive secretaries from a wide range of busi- nesses in Calgary were asked about their jobs and their duties. "How does a secretary get to the was one question. "Hard work plus dedica- tion" was the most frequent answer. A willingness to perform a little extra duty also seemed to help. Florence Campbell, execu- tive secretary for the Calgary Zoological Society, once shared her office with a lion cub named Tike and helped raise him months. for about four "He was the smallest o three and needed a little extr; attention when the other tw were sent away to a Boston she said. "We kept it in side where it was was in the on th bottle until it was big enough to go out to the lion pens." LOOKS AFTER JACK She also looks after Jack, mynah bird which she has had in her office for ninrocess. Actually the chalazae s the same material as the egg vhite and the little casting that encloses the yolk. It is really an extension of the yolk case and is nature's way of anchor- Pantsuits In Office For Purpose HALIFAX (CP) Pant-suit [niforms have made it into the raramedical world here by way f the dental offices of Dr. C. E. Dexter and Dr. E. F. Dexter. Their dental assistants, who ;ave all the qualities that made miniskirts such a bit, have dopted the turquoise- and cor- al-trimmed white pant uniforms s their working outfit. The reason: "To solve a prob- m." "A new concept of having ental workers seated on stools eside the patients while carry- ng out procedures, resulted in a greater number of embarrass- ig situations developing for the prls with short said r. Carl Dexter. Dental assistant Jeannette lacKeen was one of the first to uy the new pant uniform. Presses tend to ride up while tting, stretching and bending; e needed some type of pant nit and were shown styles, sed in Toronto and Montreal, a salesman." One of the greatest asseU of re new uniform is its easy care aterial. It is a synthetic knit aterial requiring little Ironing nd from which stains are eas- y sponged. Mrs. MacKeen said some den- 1 workers wear colored uni- rms to offset the fear some tients, particularly children, ive of the stark while uni- rms which are associated with Dspitals and sickness. tion in the egg shell. The fresher the egg. the more prominent is the chalazae. The only time it needs removing is when making egg nogs or sofl custard because the texture is usually firmer than the resi of the egg. However, in norma! cooking it simply disappears. The color of the egg shell is due to the breed of hen laying it. Most eggs today are pro- duced by hens that lay white or cream colored shells. How does one judge a fresh egg when it is broken out on a plate? It should have a round- ed upstanding yolk and there should be a larger proportion of thick white than thin white As the egg loses quality the yolk flattens out and the white becomes more watery. Grade B eggs are quite edible and may be used in omelettes or scrambled eggs or in gener- al cooking. However for attrac- tive poached or fried eggs, grade A should be used. Also in making meringues or angel cakes the fresher has what is called a more stable foam which stands up while cooking. A lower quality egg white will not maintain its height to the same extent ex- tent during baking. Wliy won't some hard-cooked eggs peel? The fresher the egg, the harder it is to peel. For easy peeling, hard-cook eggs you've had in the refrigerator the longest. Barbecuing [oil or cookie sheet placed on :he barbecue grill may be used for cooking eggs or you can use a frying pan on the grill. Eggs may be poached, scram- bled (on the cookie sheet or frying pan) or fried. As a variation of the fried egg, make a main course "Egg-in-a-Hole." Make cheese sandwiches, cut a 2% or three- inch circle out of each sand- wich. Place on greased hot cookie sheet, break an egg into each hole. Cook circles and egg- filled sandwich until toasted on underside, turn over and con- tinue cooking until bread is brown and egg cooked. Nice served with catsup or chili are active in the health field providing different services for post-hospita! patient care. Yet no single co-ordinating agency was available through much of tlie country to which the patient's doctor could give instructions with assurance they would reach all the needed agencies. Miss Swinton said family doc- tors could give the leadership required to get such co-ordina- tion of home care established everywhere. PLANS INITIATED She noted that Ontario has de- veloped such a program 10 some extent. So has Saskatche- wan. British Columbia is work- ing on one. The VON is provincially fi- nanced and has proved effective in co-ordinating the activities of all the health and social agen- cies in contact with patients such as the chronically ill or terminal cancer cases. The VON also has set up in- dustrial medical services for a major communications com- pany which involves nurses tak- ing extensive medical histories and doing a number of diagnos- tic examinations including checks for cancer signs. Five per cent have been sent to doctors for further examina- tion and in nearly all cases the nurses' findings have been con- firmed. Miss Swinton said a large in- surance company is holding ex- ploratory talks with the order about a system of routine exam- inations of nev.' policyholders. This represented a new role for nursing. cLocai Nor-Alon Family Group meets tonight at 8 in 418 13 St. N. Hi Neighbor Club will dance n Milk River on Saturday r o m 2 to midnight at A. Croteau, 228 Ave. N.W. All members are requested to at- end. 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