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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, August LETHBRIDGE HERALD-19 Ann Landers Dear Ann Landers: The woman who was having an af- fair with the married man had plenty to worry about when he got that attack in her apartment. She was afraid it was his heart, but, luckily for both of them, it turned out to be a severe case of in- digestion. I hope she pays attention to your advice, Ann. After I had heart surgery last year, I asked the car- diologist who discharged me from the hospital if I could continue to have sex relations, and if so. how often. The doc- tor replied, "By all means as often as you like, so long as you're with your wife." When I asked what he meant by that, he answered, "I don't want you to get too excited." The doctor then told me about some recent experimen- tal findings. The pulse rate, he said, runs from 95 to 100 dur- ing a husband-wife affair. During an extracurricular iidventure it goes up to about 125. I'm sure your medical con- sultants will confirm these findings. Will you please let me know after you've checked? Careful In Binghampton Dear Careful: I had a dif- ficult time getting opinions Irom the three cardiologists I consulted. The one in Houston is still laughing. The physician in Boston said it depends on the quality of the relationships. The New York cardiologist said he heard that joke when he was in medical school. Dear Ann Landers: When I was 14. I was in trouble and wrote to you for advice. I couldn't go home and was afraid to tell anyone what happened. You told me to be truthful and that the help I'd receive would be worth the confession. I took your advice and was put in a foster home. At first it was hard, but I managed to lit in very well ,md alter a while I became a part of the family. The reason I'm writing to you today (I'm 25 nowi is to thank you for your advice and to plead with couples who can. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES BLACKOUT (Played Until Won) LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. BINGO Hon., Aug. 19 Jackpot in 52 Nos. Gold Pay Double Door Cards Regular Cards 25e or 5 for 13th St. and 6th Ave. "A" N. No Children under 16 allowed to take in foster children even if the child has been in TROUBLE. Often teen-agers who run afoul of the law need only to be loved and under- stood. Chances are it was a bad home situation that got the child off to a bad start. Alcoholic or indifferent mothers, absent or cruel fathers these are just a few of the contributing factors. If long-term foster care isn't feasible, please consider giving a child a home on a temporary basis. Sometimes children need a foster home until the court decides what is going to be done with them. Children who are kicked from pillar to post need you desperately. If you don't help them, who will? I am now a foster parent to two teen-agers and I love it. Sign me Been There Dear Been: I've received many letters from foster parents who say it was the most rewarding experience of their lives. Some couples have had as many as 50 children over a period of several years. I hope your letter opens some hearts and some doors. Thank you for writing. Dear Ann Landers: Tell that woman who complained because a reader used the sacred name "John" as a syn- onym for bathroom, that she can call it "quincy" instead. The first water closet in the White House was installed when John Quincy Adams became President. Madison, Wis. Dear Mad.: Thank you for this rare and priceless piece of historical research. There is a big difference between cold and cool. Ann Landers shows you how to play it cool without freezing people out in her booklet, "Teen-Age Sex Ten Ways to Cool It." Send 50 cents in coin and a long, self addressed, stamped envelope to Ann Landers, P.O. Box 3346, Chicago, Illinois 60654. Club corner The Women of the Moose will meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. A good turnout of officers and co workers is requested as special visitors will be in attendance. WeeWhimsy nil Mm trw original an tor tor quote. Sond your child's quotation to thiapapw. 5th Ave. N. TUESDAY, AUGUST 20th 8 P.M. JACKPOT IN 56 NUMBERS 4th-8th-12th Doubled in 7 Numbers or Lew Free and Games, 25e per Card, 5 Cards Children Under 16 Years- Sponsored By A.U.U.C. Association A.N.A.F. VETERANS CLUB UNIT 34 PUBLIC BINGO EVERY TUESDAY 8 P.M. NEW ANAF HALL MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS IN THE CLUBROOMS 4CAA in 54 aos. or lass increasing 5500 one No. per week .Mil won Consolation Jackpot 16 GAMES ALL BINGOS DOUBLED ON GBEEN CABD NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 YEARS OF AGE WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT Fri. Sat.. August 23 and 24: "THE SABRES" Entertainment in tha Cantean Saturday NEW DINING ROOM HOURS MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 12 NOON TO 8 P.M. CONTINUOUS For ANAF Members and their invited Guests only! The Homemaker By LINDA WHITSON District Home Economist in training Nature was in a good mood when she planned fruits as a food. The world is full of wonderful fruits and thanks to modern transportation and refrigeration we can enjoy many of these. Fruits taste good, smell good and are colorful to look at. As a bonus they give us vitamins, minerals and other food materials needed to keep our bodies attractive and in good working order. Canada's Food Guide recommends two servings of fruit or juice a day, including a satisfactory source of vitamin C. It is important to get the most food for your money. It is also important to learn to select the foods needecl for good health. There are no definite rules but it often helps to keep some general ideas in mind. Knowing what .to buy is often a problem, but knowing which fruits give the most food value for the money helps. Citrus Fruit, tomatoes, strawberries, and cantaloupe are high in vitamin C. Fruits with yellow pulp such as peaches, apricots and cantaloupe are high in vitamin A. Buying fruits in season is usually a double bargain providing top quality at a lower price. Of course, choosing fresh fruit with a suitable color and in good condition is also good buymanship. It is only a bargain though if it can be used profitably. Compare prices of fresh, frozen, canned and dried fruit. At the moment fresh apricots, peaches, and plums are plentiful and canned juices applei orange and tomato, are good buys, too. When fresh fruit is brought home, it should with few exceptions, be kept in a cold place until time for use. Refrigerate ripe fruits like apples, pears, plums, pineapple, berries and peaches. Others such as bananas, unripened fruit and citrus fruit should be stored at room temperature. Fruits can be used for any meal and for any part of the meal. As a bonus for weight watchers, they are generally low in calories too. However, too much of a good thing does add waist. Eating fruit fresh provides the most nutrients but careful cooking adds variety and some aid in digestion. Remember to peel fruit and vegetables very thinly as most nutrients are stored right under the skin. There are two principal points to be considered in cooking fruits. To keep a desirable color, flavor and texture, do not overcook. Loss of nutrients is prevented by using a minimum amount of water. For a change at your next barbeque why not try these recipes following? Fruit Kabobs Place chunks of fruit on a skewer or stick banana, apple, pineapple, orange, peaches or pears. Brush with honey and bake over coals. Turn often to avoid scorching. Ginger Mint Pears Use one pear per serving (or two canned pear Peel the pear thinly, split in half and remove core. Place cut side up on double thickness of heavy duty aluminum foil. In centre of each half place several pieces of coarsely chopped crystallized ginger and fill with apple mint jelly. Twist foil tightly above pears, cut side up, keeping ginger and jelly in place. Barbeque foil wrapped pears on grill tot 12 minutes or directly or; briquets for five minutes. Unwrap and serve immediately. Logic used in battle for rights Men more aware of quality fashion NEW YORK (AP) Men's tastes have changed in fashion. They've shorn themselves of their sheep-like ways in following the dictates of their peers. Now they do as they please. That observation was made by Xavier Guerrand-Hermes. who keeps track of such trends as director of the House of Her- mmes in the United States. A 33-year-old bachelor, he is a fifth-generation member of the Paris-based firm, an empire of fashion that includes clothing, jewelry, luggage and scents for men and women. He evaluates regional trends and preferences so their lines remain fashionable in their boutiques, specialty shops and de- partment stores. "The hippie movement or whatever you want to call it has given something to everyone, particularly a certain freedom of expression about how one can he said. "Men follow their own tastes which have improved with the awareness of quality and the emphasis on artistry." In the 1920s "men were different." but now they are different because they don't need to be. It is a "surer kind of difference." he said. "Often men did not do things that were not considered mas- culine. "There was an enormous Obsession to do as other men to drink or smoke to the same degree. Stock brokers ritually wore a flower each but when the fashion became passe, it was unthinkable to wear one. Ten years ago I put a flower in my lapel and an American woman quickly said, 'you shouldn't do that.'" Some men want to be quite the south of France an older man will wear a white suit with a bright-colored shirt, but in the United States they are coming to such decisions more slowly. Generally the seaboard states are more fashion conscious be- cause men travel more, he said. He was surprised that "in New England men's scents have become quite rare thing." His firm was jogged, too, by the success of a foamy, herby bath jell which indicates "that more men are taking hot baths occasionally" instead of the constant shower. There is a trend, too. to use emollients on the skin. In fact, men are accepting whatever will improve their appearance. Gucrrand-Hermes did graduate work in the United States after completing studies at the Sorbonne. His father is chair- man of the board of the 137-year-old firm that started in custom saddles. The firm's horsey background led it into ascots and some years ago it began making the tiny two rings that became popular with men of all ages. They are "more practical and pleasant than the big bulky as- cot." he said. New pet Mike Lemon, a Kansas football guard, has a liking for exotic pets. His latest acquisition is Sha Kahn, an African lion, just nine weeks old. Mike still has hopes of acquiring a baby elephant now that the young lion is almost housebroken. "Three out of five times, he's a says Mike. VANCOUVER (CP) Kathleen Ruff has been storming some of the last bastions of the male worker, using logic as her battering ram. Director of the British Columbia Human Rights Act, Ms. Ruff has recently attacked B.C. Hydro, the motor vehicles branch and now is tackling the problem of traditional role playing in schools. B.C. Hydro's height barrier, which prevented many women from driving buses, now is down, thanks to Ms. Ruff, who prefers the Ms. The company had claimed a driver had to be at least five foot four to handle a bus safely. Ms. Ruff replied that Hydro either had to lower its standards or adapt buses for women. It could not continue to exclude a majority of women and certain shorter races. "They said they employed women, but as far as I could see. it was only the odd one or two that had managed to survive there since the war. "We can get rid of this myth that the work is arduous and too unpleasant for a woman. It is well paid and we want to spell it'out that from now on they can apply without meeting any height requirements." The motor vehicle branch's old excuse for not accepting women as driving examiners also has been eliminated. The branch claimed a woman might be in danger alone in a car with a strange man. Ms. Ruff said that if that was the case, a woman was taking a chance every time she went out on a test with a male examiner. All it now takes is a secondary education and a clean driver's licence to apply lor the job. which pays to a month to start. FRAME STYLES From AROUND-THE- WORLD New ambassador Shirley Temple Black has been appointed a United States ambassador to the African nation of Ghana, according to an announcement by the government of that nation. 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