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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, August 28, 1974 LETHBRIDGE HERALD 37 f> Want some too Being so close to the floor can sometimes be a hazard, as this Ontario tyke found out. But sharing isn't so bad when your supper-mate is a puppy, cute and hungry. Life with Kissinger chaotic but exciting By BETTY BEALE Washington Star-News WASHINGTON A little known fact revealed by Nancy Kissinger suggests that her husband and President Ford will hit it off famously. Although Ford's first act was to ask Henry Kissinger to con- tinue as secretary of state even before he took the oath of office some people might assume that all-around athlete Ford and super-cerebral Kissinger would have little small talk in common once the foreign crises of the day were handled. But it turns out that Henry has athletic ambitions that even exceed those of his sports-loving boss Just a few hours before Richard Nixon told the nation he was resigning, Mrs. Kissinger was commenting on Henry's chief interests outside of his work. She made this surprising statement' "Henry loves football His idea of heaven would be to own a football team and a hotkey team." Since she also said her husband's "first love is philosophy" and "opera is one major love" and concerts with "anything by Henry is obviously a man of many interests Being married to Henry is easier than working for him, admitted his wife. "Working for him is a great experience because he drives you to the limits of your mental and intellectual capabilities But he is a very compassionate and very gentle man. At home he is a very relaxed and very humorous person. Basically he's easygoing But she suspects that a day in the life of Mrs. Henry Kissinger will never have an established pattern. "Since we have been married there has not been one normal day. When I get up in the morning I have no idea where I am going to be that evening Henry is extremely absent-minded about telling me to come to lunch or about going out to dinner or the theater He will call me up and say, 'What time are you 'Com- ing I ask him." "Things get done on an ad hoc basis and that's the way we both live. His getting home is irregular. I figure now that we will eat a lot of leftovers. It's a lot of fun but it isn't organized. It's chaotic but in a nice way." Yet their home atmosphere emerges as one of utter tran- quility with each happily buried in a book or maybe watching "Wild their favorite TV program. Nancy, who moves her lean length with deliberate feline grace, doesn't get uptight about anything. Then why does she have ulcers? The answer is she doesn't have the kind of ulcers that come from tension or worry and, in fact, she has a built-in insulator against remaining upset over anything. "If I get very upset I go to sleep. I become just overwhelmingly tired, literal- ly as if I'd been drugged. Then nothing seems bad when you've had sleep." There's been much specula- tion about how Nancy, who has a job of her own, will regard her official duties. During all the years Dean Rusk and William Rogers served as secretaries of state their wives turned up at one or more embassy receptions every day. Nancy demurs from that precedent "How can I represent my husband'' I just don't think I represent Henry. I wouldn't expect him to go somewhere in my stead. I will go the ones Henry goes to "I really regard my job as Henry's wife as doing what I can to make his life easier whether it's a social thing or talking about something he wants to talk about I think that's the most important thing in any partner in a marriage to give support to the person If some group asks him to speak and I say I would really appreciate it if he would do it, he will try to do it for me." Happily she doesn't have to worry about her husband over- doing. "He had a physical recently and they say he has a constitution of iron. He doesn't drink and doesn't smoke. He has a glass of white wine or champagne." Although he now swims every day at their leased summer place, he doesn't get much exercise. When the famous newlyweds went to the homestead at Hot Springs, Va. (which they loved) the first weekend in August, Nancy, who has always done a great deal of riding, tried to get Henry on horseback. "But he said he'd rather walk. He's never ridden and has no intention of taking up the sport Their favorite form of entertaining is to have a few people to dinner at a table small enough so everyone can participate in the conver- sation. His favorite dish is wiener-schnitzel, "but nobody serves it." Her favorite dish is lemon meringue pie. 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