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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN I im a nearly and lave been married for more Jian 23 years. We have two grown children ad a dog. I liave learned a lot about wo- men from watching our dog. He has a curious way of bury- ing a bone when he tires of it so another dog can't have it. Some women do the same thing. They don't want a man but they keep him legally buried. Looking back over the years there has always been something that interferred with our sex life. Three nights a week a child would be in bed between us with an or afraid of the dark. The other four nights we couldn't make love be- cause kids might hear Closing the door was out of the question because they might call out and we couldn't hear THEM. My wife had a hysterec- tomy two years ago and says she is I DEAR ANN I recently read a letter from a woman who said her emotion- al state depended on the con- dition of her closets and dres- ser drawers. She said she couldn't think straight unless everything was in perfect order. Of when her husband or children moved something from its proper place she had to put it back where it belonged. she spent half her life pick- ing up after people and com- plaining about it. A woman in this office has the same problem. She says she can't do a lick of work until her surroundings are in apple-pie order. With so many people using the same equip- ment it is virtually impossi- ble. She drives everybody DEAR ANN I am still in stitches over the rerun of the lady who was doing her laundry in the basement wearing absolutely nothing but her son's foot- ball helmet and suddenly her eyes were staring into the spoke with her doctor about it and he claims there ie no reason why she should be. What does a man do when be is far from dead and resents being treated like an old Alive And Kicking DEAR Read this column to your wife. Tell her you wrote it. Ask her to line up a counsellor for the two of you through her gynecolo- gist. If she get coun- selling yourself. I predict you'll have a better eith- er with her or without her. Are your parents too Hard to Aim Landers' By How To Get More could help you bridge the generation gap. Send 50 cents in coin with your request and a self-addressed en- velope to Landers Reader Chicago Sim Times 401 North Wabash Illinois. crazy rearranging wip- ing fingermarks off the file dusting furniture and the mouth- pieces of telephones. She doesn't turn out half the work she should because she is so busy houBecleaning. Of several people re- sent it. Will you comment on this excessive I am sure there is something more to it than the wish to be orderly. Average Slob DEAR The woman is a compulsive neurotic. I hope she gets professional help because these sickles us- ually get not better. The basis for her passion for orderliness is a sense of guilt over something real or ima- gined. A good therapist can help her get to the bottom of it. eyes of the meter reader. If he had been a real gentle- man he would have Tell her for next time. Doubled Up In Scranton DEAR What do you mean 'next Isn't once Volunteer fire brigade handy and female NAPA. Calif. Nine housewives have joined a county volunteer fire depart- ment and make up Northern California's first all-female fire crew. Using a new 15-ton tanker fire engine and an antiquated 1946 the female fire fighters serve the Dry Creek-Loyola Fire Protection District eight miles west of here. The women have vastly im- proved the efficiency of the little fire department during 10 months of weekly says Norman Napa County's fire co-ordinator and volunteer department training officer. going to do a good he said. very sharp and efficient and they have learned and out of town Tau Beta Sigma recently held a farewell coffee party at the home of Mrs. Barbara Marshalsay in honor of Mrs. Roni Herman- utz. who is leaving for Edmon- ton. A silver coffee spoon was presented to the guest of honor. MARRIAGE COUNSELLING ALASTAIR MONT PHONE OFFICE 328-1191 RESIDENCE 327-8946 Efficiency is important in the 50-square mile hilly area which becomes explosively dry. Offi- cials say it is almost certain to be hit with some fire this sum- mer. isn't women's says volunteer Joyce Bowen. is just common sense and being Many of their husbands are at least a half hour's driving time away during weekdays. Vera Schaublin a very determined Ev- eryone learns the lad- der and hose work and pumping water from pools and creeks. On one drill the women put out eight fires in a building do- nated for training Sil- ver said. it was the men's he said. fire got away from them and the place burned to the Mrs. Pearson with UWC student Maryon widow of former prime min- ister Lester chats with Mrs. George Kitching at a cocktail party aboard the yacht Sea Starr docked at Tor- onto. Crew members are former students from United World Colleges who are on a two-year cruise around the world to raise funds for a new college in B.C. Legal birth control needed in Vietnam SAIGON One of South Vietnam's moat urgent social reforms is to legalize birth a controversial it- sue in a mainly Buddhist coun- try which traditionally believes large families are a sign of prosperity and an insurance in old age. The question is aleo com- plicated by the fact that South Vetnam's largest minority are Roman Catholics. The average number of chil- dren in a Vietnamese family is Many families have eight or nine. Social reformers are working to abolish an old French implemented here in which the sale or ad- vertising of contraceptives. Government policy is re- flected in an army directive which announced earlier year that family allowances would only be paid for four chil- dren. The health ministry has set up 80 family planning clinics in hospitals throughout tfae country over the last four years despite the old law. They get round by claiming the centres are child health clinics for un- healthy mothers. Mothers attending the clinics must be married with at least one child and have the consent of their husbands. They are then eligible for supplies of con- traceptive intra-uterine or condoms donated to South Vietnam by U.S. aid. It is a brave but due to the total lack of publicity health ministry records sbow that only mothers in South Viet- nam are practising birth eon- trot. The population of the coun- try is 18 million. The biggest stumbling block to the whole issue is the coun- try's scattered and often illiter- ate peasant population. The millions of isolated farm- in their thatched villages and rice think of large families in terms of useful la- bor. Most are Buddhists prac- tising ancestor who traditionally believe a child is a gift from God and must be re- ceived with thanks. Bewildered male reaction to immigration counsellor WeeWhimsv Htnwn rtutvtl hii Ww Whlmiy Stna youn 10 ffili r CAN'T AFFORD Then why not become a In Weekend Magazine thii Norman Hartley ex- plains what it would be like in an interview with a pioneer Canadian vegetarian who hoi ihunned meat for 55 including and a fitness ex- also give their viewi on vegetarianism. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZ1NI PRINCE B.C. A former typist for the fed- eral department of manpower and immigration has become British Columbia's first female immigration counsellor. Helen Awmack was stationed in the immigration office in this northwestern B.C. port city after graduating from Univer- sity of Victoria last year. Her first summer in was as a typist for the Kings- gate immigration branch near in the southern B.C. Interior. Later that summer she was upgraded to a junior immigra- tion officer. didn't know what else to call were university students working for the sum- mer and there wasn't really a classification for After Helen started with the immigration di- vision at Kingsgate as a per- manent the first woman immigration counsellor in and one of the youngest persons to work in the depart- ment. HAS LITTLE TROUBLE She says she has little trouble with persons she would not let enter Canada. man takes no from a woman more easily than from a she said. doesn't know how to react when a woman immigration officer says no and just drives At the Prince Rupert one of 16 immigration offices in Helen finds she is doing less counselling and more en- forcing of immigration regu- Oxygen helps heart VANCOUVER The number of deaths from heart attacks can be reduced by giv- ing victims large amounts of pure oxygen under Dr. John senior car- diology registrar at London's Westminster said here. He said in an interview while attending the fifth International Congress that ex- periments at his hospital indi- cate seven patients out of 100 could be saved by using the hyperbaric technique in which patients are put in a large which is pumped full of pure oxygen under pressure. happens during a heart attack is that a blood clot may block an artery which is feed- ing blood to a portion of heart Dr. Thurston said. The longer fche delay in getting blood to remaining healthy heart the higher the risk of further damage. administered in the hyperbaric chamber for a total of 32 out of 43 hours reduces the swelling around the dam- aged heart muscle thereby al- lowing the smaller arterial branches to do their work and deliver a maximum supply of oxygen the remaining healthy heart he said. Dr. Thurston said irregular- ities in heart rhythms also are reduced substantially. lations since changes were in- troduced last November. The officer conducts formal hearings related to oases where the applicant failed to meet regulations which would deter- mine whether or she should be admitted to and un- der what status. Helen says the best thing about her job is meeting the public. On one of her early rou- tine visits to nearby she saw 60 persons in one day. What does she lite Maybe its the paper work which seems to be increasing. And where there are busy times and slow times at the in- ternational there is only one pace at Prince Rupert- busy. WOMEN CHANGED STOCKHOLM Swedish women today are thinner and less than they were 20 years a survey released by the Swedish Iff of local happening Women of tine Henderson Lake Golf Club League are asked to note that a banquet will be held on Sept. 4 in the dub dining room. This will be preceded by a happy hour from 6 to 7 p.m. Girls who spared on league nights wel- come. Those planning to attend are asked to contact 328-4986 or 329-2254 by Aug. 30. The YWCA will sponsor an upper attic clean-up beginning Wednesday which will run for two weeks. Items listed below are required for a fund-raising project in October and the theme will be a Halloween haunted house. All items are necessary for its construction and donations would be great- ly appreciated. Items may be delivered to 604 8 St. S. or for contact 327-2284. Needed are any size or any in- cluding used paints or half-full paint trays and Christmas chicken wire and any kind or amount. The Ladies' Auxiliary to the' Original Pensioners and Se- nior Citizens wUl meet in Gym 2 of the civic Friday at 2 p.m. Members are asked to bring needlework and as well as donations for hamp- ers. This will be tJie final meet- ing before the fall tea and ba- zaar. A good attendance is re- quested. The Ladies Auxiliary to the FOE No. 2100 will hold a regu- lar meeting tonight at 8 p.m. in the Eagles Hall. Hostesses will be Evelyn Beth Flora Joyce Eina Emma Sailer and Marie Zambaldi. On there wiU be a corn roast at 8 p.m. at 1706 13tJi St. N. This is for aerie and aux- iliary members only. Those at- tending are asked to bring a cup and lawn chair. WILL BE FINED BERLIN The city government cautioned t b a t West Berlin te not the French Riviera and women must atop going topless at the swimming pools and lakes. Those who per- 324 13th STREET NORTH NORTH LETHBRIDGE PRO STORE FOR HARD-TO-FIND HARDWARE1 PHONE 328-4441 POINTS THE WAY TO GREAT SAVINGS ON THESE TIMELY PRICED ATMS 3 DAYS ONLY Holiday Transistor Radio model..................EA. Regina Electric Broom OQ.95 Sweet with ease anywhere. ONLY EA. fc JJ G.E. Electric Fry Pan Model SK33 EA. 24 Electric Hot Tray Honey gold color. A QQ Keeps food warm on the table..... EA. Round Barbecue Adjustable chrome grill............ea. Round Barbecue 7.99 Adjustable chrome grill EA. Electric Barbecue Lighter 6' cord and 3 prong plug......EA. 3.68 White House Point Oil base White by Bapco. Gallons only. 3QO 2 or more EA. 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