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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAH ANN LANDERS: Help wake up parents who don't understand the importance of providing decent dental care for their children. Too many people have the idea that if a tooth gives a kid trouble you might as well yank it out as monkey around with it. Another false notion is that it doesn't pay to fill a tooth -unless it's a permanent one. 1 get sick when 1 see parents buying wigs for their teen- age daughters, expensive guns for their young sons, cameras, ski equipment, memberships in expensive clubs, but when it comes to d'ental work they can think of a million excuses to let it go or they take the cheapest way out. Dentists are a hard-working lot. Varicose veins and heart trouble are occupational hazards. And so many people expect the dentist to cany them on his books for months, even though he has already borrowed to go to school and done some moonlighting to get him tln-ough the non-income years. It's a well known fact ..that a person with a toothache will pay anything to get relief, but when the toothache is gone he puts the dentist's bill at the bottom of the pile. Please print this, Ann. In aii the years I've been reading your column I dou't think I have ever read a letter in support of the dental profession. DEAR SHREVE: You just did. Thanks for sending it. DEAR ANN LANDERS: i was 'divorced two years ago. I'm how 36 years old, have an executive position but am terribly lonely. My older brother (42 and unmarried) inform- ed me that a beautiful apartment will be available in his building next month. He confessed that he, too, is lonely. had a long talk and decided if we pooled our resources we could live extremely well for less money and enjoy each oth- er's company. Last night when 1 mentionsd our plan to friends they be- haved in a strange manner as if there was something immoral about the arrangement. One of the women said, "Get ready for some unpleasant gossip." Am I naive, stupid, blind, insensitive, crazy or what? Please give me your frank opinion. cents Plain DEAR PLAIN: Most brothers and sisters grow up under the same roof, don't they? So what's wrong with living to- gether in later years? After you get settled in your new apart- ment, look for new friends. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'm sure the secretary wlw com- plained about her boss' screwy wife who called lam ten times a day was referring to me. I don't feel I need to defend myself, but an explanation might put some of those lippy secretaries1 in their place. My husband happens to be a worry wart. If he telephones the house and no one answers he imagines I am unconscious on the bathroom floor, slugged by a thief or dead in the bathtub from electrocution. I know how he frets so I phone him whenever I step in the tub or leave the house to work in tile yard or do my marketing. In other words, I keep him posted. The secretary's job is to put her boss on the telephone when he gets a. call, and the nature of the call is none of her business. Screwy Wife DEAR Thanks for the clue-in. And now take that and that and that, you nosey girl! What is French kissing? Is it wrong? Who should set the necking limits the boy or the girl? Can a shotgun wedding succeed? Head Ann Landers' booklet, "Teen-Age Sex Ten Ways To Cool It." Send 60 cents in com and a long, self- addressed', stamped envelope. The Homemaker By Elizabeth Barlmau, District Home Economist And Misquotes" A note from our liome man- agement specialist about a new discovery, "This seems so far out one hesitates to put it on paper. But Douglas Marshall, Con- sulting Editor, "Home Goods Retailing" claims in an open letter to Federal Minister of Energy, Mines and Resources, J. J. Greene, that for the past 10 years, major appliance manufacturers have been de- veloping a washing machine that cleans clothes by very high frequency sound waves. This supersonic machine will use NO water and NO cleaning Agent. But the word "Super- sonic" grabs me. What about the noise.pollu- tion caused by a load of blue jeans breaking the sound bar- nal tempera hire of 170 degrees F. cuts can be barbe- cued. Freezing Uamuias The Hawaii Agricultural Ex perimenlal Station recom mends storing your banana surplus by freezing in puree "Bananas do not freeze sue cessfully as slices in syrup 01 in fruit cups. BUT banana puree freezes well. To prepare Banana Puree use only fully and uniformly ripe but firm bananas of gooc color. Wash and peel carefullj to avoid contamination. Masl or puree quickly to avoid dark ening. Add tsp. ascorbic acit powder to 2 cups of 20 per cenl syrup. Add 1 to 2 tbsp. syrup for each banana used, well, package and freeze im- 'Aiid while we're this far j mediately. Will keep up to 6 out, the newest bed at the 1070 months. Use in any_ receipe Canadian Furniture was horseshoe shaped (narrow at the head, wide at the It's supposed to be a cross between King and Queen size, and dear knows how you fold the sheets for this j There are two things needed n these days, first, for the I rich men to find oui how the j PQI poor men live; and second, for i poor men to know how rich men Alkinson. "Opened by Mistake" applies to more mouths than letters. Did You Know? has 3G per cent few- er calories and 57 per cent less fat than food composi- tion tables once indicated. is no higher in fat than other meats (and low- er than is definitely no harder to digest than other meat products. people tend to over- cook pork. Research has shown that pork cooked to an internal temperature of 140 degrees F. will destroy the trichina parasite, if it were present. When roasting calling for mashed bananas. Thaw quickly or use the puree frozen or partially frozen. (The surface may darken Women Named On Research OTTAWA Therese Gouin Decarie and Dr. Mary Spencer, both, 46, have been ap- pointed to the 21-member Na- tional Research Council. They are the first women to sit on the council, established in 191C to promote scientific and industrial research. Dr. Decarie, a native of Mont- real, is a research consultant in psychology at St. Justine Hospi- tal for Children in Montreal and a member of the Royal Society of Canada. Dr. Spencer was born in Sas- katoon. She is a plant bioche- mist at the University of Al- berta and a fellow at the Chem- -Widrmdny, July 20, 1970 IETHBRIDGE HERALD 21 pork loins cook to an inter- icai Institute of Canada. Odd Start For Ducks; Hatched In Frying Pan WADENA, Sask. (CP) Mrs. George Kwasnitzka of Wadena has seven young ducks that got an odd "start in life: They were hatched in an elec trie frying pan. When she teard of a neighbor who had some duck eggs that the ducks for some reason refused to hatch, she obtained FINAL CLEARANCE! ALL SPRING AND SUMMER PRICE MARIE-LOUISE MILLINERY 16 of the eggs and put them to an old pan. Tlie pan was lined with wool a soft cloth and facial tissue. With the pan temperature kept at a steady level recom- mended by a hatchery and peri- odic applications of water from a window spray bottle, the ducks began to hatch within a month. When they squawked for at- tention, Mrs. Kwasnitzka liber- ated them from their unusual birthplace. After seven had arrived, she examined Hie r e s t 'and' found that five eggs were not fertile and the others hadn't yet reached the stage where they could peck their way out of the shells. Now the seven are in a small coop in this farm community 110 miles northeast of Regina and thriving on a' diet of oat- meal, bread and cottage cheese under the watchful eye of Mrs. Kwasnitzka. WHITE FAVORITE EDMONTON (CP) White telephones are the most popular color, says Doug Burrows, gen- ial manager of Edmonton Tel- ephones. Lilac is last on the popularity list. DORETA LADIES' WEAR COMPLETE SELL-OUT SUMMER CLOTHING DRESSES BLOUSES SWEATERS SUITS COATS SLIMS PANT SUITS PANT DRESSES SUMMER SPORTSWEAR OFF! t Our Complete Stock of lingerie off! OPEN Till 9 P.M. THURSDAY NIGHT! DORETA LADIES' WEAR 602 3rd Avenue South Phone 328-5115 SALAD BOWL of the SOUTH! Red, Rcmoir.e, Endive heads 1 FANCY LETTUCE TOMATOES-- RADISHES GREEN ONIONS ,00 CUCUMBERS Canada No. Medicine Hat 3.1 ,00 SALAD DRESSING MIRACLE WHIP Frozen Food Strawberries i. pkg. Pasco Pure 12-01. tin Orange Juice WE CARRY SCHWEPPES BITTER LEMON, TONIC WATER, SODA WATER, GINGER ALE and BITTER ORANGE con POP ,_ BEANS WITH PORK ,00 0 Fruit Cocktail 2 63c Canned HamBum' 179 Miv Dunean Reynold'! LOKC MIX Devil; lemon; FOll WfOp 18 in............eath 69C Banana J for I.UU r Cookies 59c Bread 2 49c Strawberry Jam 1.! 9 Zest Soap 6 99c CORNED BEEF BEEF 2 J" GLENWOOD CHEESE. PORK CUTLETS Our Own Cure Nice for Ib. STEWING BEEF Talue'Village ;