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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE LETH8RIDOE HERAtn _ Fridoy, J9, 197J KSjSkl Ann Landers DEAR XXX LANDERS- o'.d daughter toM me v.e she Li. A nympr.omaruac. I tionarv and I am ret Jure A months ago my 19-year- ui'i iia'. e to accept her for what up the word in the dic- I believe the girl has teen swept fv-vny wr.h the Nov. Morality or whatever the young people tcday call it. My question is this' Is a physical LLlsess caused by too Or i.s if. 2 mental illness? Is i; curable? I an; EOO eaibirrassed to ask anyone. The library dtxrsn't Jvivs much en (his subject. you car. answer I'd be grateful. Mother DEAR MOTHER: N'vir.pr.omartia is a female's insati- able desire for I: i; rot a physical problem, it is an emodonaE problem created by feelinss of inadequacy and in- security. The v.ho conaioers herself worthless and un- loved is forever prxo: tha: samebody cares. She tries to substitute sex for love. Such a girl can sometimes be helped by therapy, nut SHE her mother. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'm !3 years old and have gro'.vn up res.rfi.rs your column. I sr.sr.ed at age nine. I can't discuss my problem with anyone but a close that's you. For the past three years I've been aware that OE mv breasts u.is larger than the other. At first there was just s ii'.t'e difference but now it is very not- iceable I've tten stuffing k'eenex in my bra to even things up, but I kr.ow this is not a solution. All through high school I dreaded gym and kept myself carefully covered. T can't hide my body forever. Please, Ann, check your medical consultants and tell me if there is some cre-am J can buy or some exercise I can maybe ha vie art operation to ma-re one breast smaller. problem DEAR P.P.: creams and exercises are phony. Don't waste your time or money. My advice is to see a physician. He will tell you -.vh-i-iher to consider surgery to have one breast made another type cf operation, a silicons implant to maize the smaller breast larger. Both op- erations are safe and permanent. DEAF. ANN lANDERS: My wife and I have been hap- pily married for 20 years. Her teeth have always been craok- ed but she never sairi r.-? was bothered by this. I was when she started tailing a few days ago about having her teeth straighter-ed. Does it make sens.-; for a woman of 45? It seems to me that if she has gone all these years with crooked teeth, she should forget about having them straightened at this late date. Not only is it expensive, but a nuisance. Also, how would it Irjok fnr 3 grown woman to wear braces on her teeth? Your views might help decide. In Sheboygan DEAR STUMPED: There 15 nothing wrong with braces on an aduit's teeth if they help her live a happier, healthier life. Your wife should consult an orthodontist for an expert opinion. As ion? as she the time, trouble expensfj involved, as well as the potential bene- fits, you suprx.rt her decision. DEAP. LANDERS: I am 15 years old have had one hell of a lousy life so far, My father and mother have been married 24 years and my dad has been an alcoholic and z woman chaser since I can remember. My inom has been talking about a divorce for ten years but she will never one because she still loves him La spite of everything. The thing teat has me half crazy is the fact that Dad bought a trailer four months ago and is kreping a woman in it. The trailer is less thar-. minutes from our house arj) he shuttles bock anri forth. My nerves are in shreds because of this and the c'octor has me on tranquillizers. .Morn cries a lot and with the drinking, fighting and no s'.eep or peace of I'm a wreck. I might sound like a hor- rible kid but is tr.ere some way I csn legally get out of this house? Can ask ts> te put in a foster home some- where? I have no relatives that I care to live with. Strang- ers would bc-ttc-r, Ann. help me.--Desperate 15 DEAR 13: Movir.g out of the hoiife Ls not a good solu- tion. You'd probsbly guilty about aioandoning your moth- er and wonder what's going on back there and 'K in worse shape than ever. My ad'.ice i- to zt'. some ar.d learn hov." to play the harxl that has dealt you. Y'xjr counsellor or an clergyman can help you by just listening, ff at l.i you run from trouble instead of learn- ing how to handle it you'll be njrming all your life. Discovery of new technique extends storage life of meat OTTAWA With the price of, biological sciences, said the test i nificantly wider safety margin beef in the supermarket as high j results strongly indicate that I against spoilage of meat during as it is these days, at least the i the VC vacuum-packing tech- j long-distance stopping, consumer should be able to ex- j niquc could be used more at the Most of Western Canada's pect the meat not to spoil in the wholesale meat level in Canada. beet is shipped to southern mar- home refrigerator a few days He noted that Canada, on a j in the U.S. and to eastern after it's bought, right? j per capita basis, has one of the markets in Canada. Well, tests at the National Re-1 largest meat industries in the Many ]argc institutional con- seareh Council here suggest world. sumers, such as restaurants tl-.ere already exists a way for j The main advantage at hospitals, would also benc- !he wholesale meat packer to present would be to the whole- j [51 directly, since their beef of- dramatically extend the storage life of his meat. And with luck, accompanied perhaps by a slight change in i the consumer's view" towards j meat, the same technique could be used at the retail level, to delay meat spoilage there as well. j According to a scientific pa- per just published in the Cana- dian Journal of Microbiology, vacuum-packaging of fresh beef in a plastic film called VC could t extend the refrigerator storage life of the meal to 32 days. This compares to meat packers. The tech- nique would provide a sig Bamboo bugaboo abolished t with no fear of a whipping. The I cane, long a bugaboo of the British schoolboy, will be i banned in primary schools here FINAL CURTAIN TONIGHT The final performance of this veer's Christmas pon- Ic.-nine, The Old Woman Who Lived In The Shoe, be held tonight at the Votes Msm- cnal Centre. Featured players involved in this merry mixup of fairytale, nursery rhyme ar.d slapstic' the of Canadian beer drinkers. Discover Carhberg for yourself. Canadian Breweries Alberta Ltd, COPENHAGEN 3 city of beautiful A Vf.ry Hfjppy Year! LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLOG. PH. ''tr..'! pr.s.vr for fi.ric'io.'i This iO cent of a :n ladder, "l.n