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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Tunday, Ftbruiry 18, 1975 THE LETHBHIDGE HEnALD 19 Seekers of the fountain of Many Canadians find restored health in MIAMI (CP) Many spend eight or 10 months his son task an American could take over but it took months teamed lu nanuie uw Bounty, which now is a tourist dians have found restored year in Florida, going back tournament, an tn iinravpl thp at St. Petersburg. in this southern extremity of the United States where Ponce for the summer and early more social than competitive, has helped raise W Urn dVcl UIC 1 cu tape necessary to work Poole got a Florida job through an his boss'. Leon sought the fountain of Thursday, a couple cancer research He finds the tensions of was the right-hand man in four centuries Canadians gather at died in Hamilton ceramics business When Joe Storey left Char-lottetown in 1967, he was Club Hotel in Fort Lauderdale for Price was covering the Toronto Maple Leafs evaporating in the the boss slipped on a step one day and landed in slush in a by this is just the tip of in 1952 when chance led to Bach morninE after the suit. Within a year, Joe was able whispered Storey in Florida. He called told me that if I went to- take a job and buy an and visitors from station for a he steps into the backyard and swims in his with him, I'd have my home in F'ort to British Columbia League score home, a new car and money One million Canadians a introduced by Kate get warns Canadians thinking of emigrating to Florida that' the bank within a Poole visit Florida and Blossoms from began Canada Calling, "I. got them all." decide to stay. But United States immigration laws now make Harold and Stella Kempton, Weyburn, Sask. Jimmy daily winter broadcast .from Toronto through take them two years or more to get a work permit. Yet many Canadians work red tape problems were more difficult for them to go Creighton, Brandon, stations. He and Kate moved to in the Green Berets at work. The laws aimed at she called out the 1963 and now own their Boyd arrived by a in the 1960s and served in U- S workers from foreign men and women in Canada Calling, now an route from his petition, require aliens to get a work permit to take a job. As colors rose to applause. It was the eve of the was bought last year by Finlay MacDonald, a of Dartmouth, N.S. The sailing ship used in the isn't altogether happy in Florida, where one developer rule the job must be one a golf tournament broadcaster who Mutiny on the Bounty "adults with a worker is not in a position to funds for research into throat cancer. Guests of Conservative national campaign chairman in Nova Scotia and Boyd, now in his 30s, was among age limit of 28. form. This is the main reason Bert and Roy that took it to Tahiti for miss my friends in Ham- Canadians here are of the late hockey Calling obviously he said. Ann Landers THE BETTER HALF By Barnes 10-week course first of its kind 'Cooking Capers' fun for children "Suppose we observe our 75th anniversary now before we're too old to enjoy Sugar-laden processed food of modern diet 'wreak social havoc' TORONTO (CP) Dr. Emanuel Cheraskin says sugar- coated cereals should be labelled: "More dangerous to children than pornography." And candy wrappers should carry a printed warning that the product may be dangerous to mental health. Dr. Cheraskin, professor of medicine and chairman of the department of oral medicine at University of Alabama in Bir- mingham, says in his book, Psychodietics, that sugar-laden processed foods and other staples of the modern diet wreak social havoc. On a recent visit to Toronto, he said improper diet has been linked with problems ranging from psychiatric disorders and juvenile delinquency to impotence. "If nothing seems quite funny to you these days, don't blame the morning news. Plentiful servings of raw, green vegetables, whole-grain cereals, eggs, organ meats and nuts might help get you laughing again." Dr. Cheraskin said scientific data show impotence is caused by a diet of processed foods, sugar and chemical additives and by poor eating habits. He said many doctors prescribe birth-control pills im- properly. "Oral contraceptives often cause widespread derangement of nutrient metabolism. Long-term use frequently results in some evidence of psychological upset." Dr. Cheraskin said studies by a New York specialist found that malnutrition in adults may alter or impair specific or gen- eral mental functions and eventually cause structural damage to the nervous system. In children, brain development may be retarded, stopped or altered. He said poor nutrition may contribute to juvenile delin- quency. "A tiny decrease in calcium in the blood can produce uncon- trollable temper outbursts." Behavior could be changed by diet but few medical men had information about nutrition: "Dr. Jean Mayer did a study of doctors at Harvard Univer- sity and found that the average doctor knows a wee bit more about nutrition than his his secretary has a weight problem, in which case she knows a wee bit more about nutrition than the doctor." His chief villain is refined white sugar, which is.not only valueless but a chemical menace, he said, because it lacks the vitamins the body needs to assimilate it. "Keep refined sugar, like other dangerous weapons, under lock and key, to be sold only to licensed he said. "Im- pose a high excise tax on junk foods to support inmates of men- tal institutions." EDMONTON (CP) "Let your pre-school children mess up our kitchen instead of yours this Linda Woodruff of-Edmonton tells young mothers. Mrs. Woodruff, who is in- structing a YWCA-sponsored course called Cooking Capers, is aiming her efforts at a sec- tor often forgotten in the field of culinary and five-year-olds. The 10-week course, which is the first of its kind here, will attempt to show pre- school children how to make easy snacks, beverages and desserts. "Mostly, the class is de- signed to be fun for said Mrs. Woodruff, a teacher with several years experience in YWCA programs. "We want to give them a chance to get their hands in Bookie dough." She said she' got the idea for the course last winter while taking a course on how to write children's novels in Provo, Utah., "Our instructor suggested that we try to write a chil- dren's recipe book and that got me thinking about a cook- ing program for pre-schoo- lers." She said children love to make things and her niece and nephews often "beg to let. them help me make some- thing in the kitchen." "I know it takes three times as long, and cookie dough will be all over the floor. But they have fun, and that's the main thing." Fondant, lollipops, carrot cake, lemonade, pumpkin cookies, ice cream, simple cakes and wiener dogs" made with toothpicks are a few of the items Mrs. Woodruff has in mind for her child chefs. She sticks to recipes that "aren't too difficult, but will be fun for them to do." "We'll start with basic things, like showing children how to use measuring cups. Then maybe we'll try lemon- ade and a few simple cookies and salads." Table-setting techniques will be discussed, as well as simple stove operation. The children will be required to assist in cleanup "because I think that's important too." One of the problems in the course will be coping with the pre-schoolers' relatively short attention span, "and you can't do a lot in an hour." She is confident that by pro- viding the children with a few guidelines and the freedom to test their own creativity, the children will become oriented in basic kitchen skills. If the program is success- ful, it probably will be contin- ued, and a more advanced course for six-to .eight-year- olds set up. Such a course would include some simple training in breakfast, lunch and dessert preparation. Course preparation wasn't difficult, Mrs. Woodruff said. A variety of children's recipe one she rec- ommends entitled Kids Are Natural nu- merous ideas. The class was deliberately kept small, with only five children registered. Lessons are held in a small kitch- enette. The subject of nutrition won't be included in the class, "because children that age don't really but healthy eating habits may be discuss- ed informally. "I think it is a really good idea to let children try their hand in the Mrs. Woodruff said. Her husband, who was en- couraged to do his own cook- ing at an early age, "makes a lot better angel food cake than I do, and a lot of other things too." Dear Ann Landers: It's too late for us, especially for my mother. She already has had a nervous breakdown, but I hope this letter will be published and perhaps it might spare others the grief we are now suffering. Dad passed away last month. He was a great person, successful in everything he did, highly respected in the community. My mother and we kids worshipped him. The day before the funeral we were going through Dad's personal belongings and found a metal box. It was locked and we had to pry it open. We found photographs that I will never forget as long as I live. There is no question they were taken during the last few years of his life, perhaps months. Dad had posed nude with several other men and women. There were even pic- tures of him involved in the sex act. We didn't know any of the people in the photographs. It was apparent he had a secret life we knew nothing about. If any person who reads your column has such damn- ing evidence "hidden please, for God's sake, get rid of it. You never know when your time will come. It could be tomorrow. Scarred Forever Dear Friend: If your mother has had a nervous breakdown she is, I assume, under the care of a psy- chiatrist. He will explain to her that your father was a sick man very sick. His ability to lead two completely different lives is a symptom of a severe personality dis- order. When your mother and you children accept this fact the hurt will be greatly diminished. You will then feel compassion for your father rather than disgust .and betrayal. I hope it happens soon. Ann Landers: Do tell the woman who complained about her husband because he couldn't remember to put the toilet seat down that she doesn't have much of a problem. Holiest she doesn't. She should have MINE. The jerk I'm married to is too lazy to lift the seat in the first place. Now THAT'S a problem. Busier Than I Ought To Re Dear Busier: One of the comforting aspects of this column is that people don't realize how well off they are until they read what somebody else has to put up with. Thanks for writing, dear. Dear 'Ann Landers: No big deal, but the problem has caused so much trouble we've agreed to dump it on Ann Landers. Here it is: Situation: Out of town bowling tournaments. Team member with newest car takes the whole bunch on the trips. How should the expenses be divided? I say the cost of the gas and oil should be divided among the passengers, ex- cluding the owner of the car. After all, he is furnishing the vehicle on which he must pay insurance, not to mention the wear and tear on the tires, etc. What do you say, Ann? I Want Justice In Omaha Dear Just: In my opinion, the party who furnishes the car is making -the greatest contribution and should not be expected to chip in for gas and oil. LINDA WOODRUFF HELPS TANYA ROCHELT 300 SUNGLASSES to choose from AVAILABLE IN YOUR RX Where does the dirt go when you clean your carpets and furniture? Do-it-yourself and many commercial cleaning methods merely drive the surface soil deeper into the carpet or fabric. Duraclean gets the soil OUT! To delay re-soiling, have your Duraclean Specialist come into your home with our exclusive Foam Absorption Process. Duraclean Foam ABSORBS dirt so completely, we can do our actual cleaning BY HAND. Duraclean Call us tor a Free Quotation DURACLEAN RUG UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS WILSON DONALDSON 1404 11th S. Phonei 328-5886 or 326-7805 Marriage and family institutions changing EDMONTON (CP) Marriage and the family will be with us for a long time to come but they are going to change from what we know today, Dr. Herbert Otto, a California psychologist, told a marriage workshop on the weekend. He predicted a system of called serial monogamy or progressive monogomy, which means peo- ple may have several marriages in their lives. "We're not talking about flightiness, we're talking about people who feel really he said. Mates may outgrow each other, and want new partners, an attitude that is increasing- ly visible today, he' said. ''The institution of marriage is changing. The in- stitution of the family is changing. They are being transformed." Children, he said, "will sur- vive.really well if they get an abundance of love" and instead of having only two parents they would have four or more. He said traditional marriages are characterized by "quiet desperation." 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