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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta W.dnwdoy, iunt 1, 197! 1HI KTHBRIDSE HIRAID 2f CONSTABIE JANET HOLMES Lady cop gives up VICTORIA (CP) Victoria's only policewoman quit the city police force last week, charging that she was not being used as efficiently as possible Ann Landers FROM THE TEST KITCHEN BETTER BREAKFASTS Breakfast can be the most inspired meal of the day when you add the delightful touch of a flavored butter and you don't have to be a great cook either. With tho aid of a blender or electric mixer these butters whip up t h ey keep we 11 in the refrigerator. For serv- ing, a pretty dish or little jam pot sets them off nicely. MARMALADE BACON BUTTER To save tims make up flav- ored butters thenightbefore. Start with cup soft but- ter, whip in cup marma- lade, then add crisp bacon crumbled (about 5 or 6 Try it with toasted English muffins. because she is a woman. Janet Holmes, 31, who spen the last five years as the onl police-woman on the city force, said she had reached a "dead end" as far as promotion is concerned. Miss Holmes, a first class constable, was paid the same rate as a second class male constable because there is no provision in Victoria for a po- licewoman of her rank. There was no opportunity for advance- ment because it is necessary to be classified as first class be- fore being considered for the rank of sergeant. Miss Holmes said she was as- signed primarily desk duties during her time on the force and described this as a "vast difference" from her seven years of experience with the Durham county police force in Britain', where she was born. She said the percentage of her time spent on field work in Britain was about 75 per cent, .oing such things as p a t r o 1 .uty, investigations, working vith the public. In Victoria this percentage was reduced to about 25 per ent, with the rest of the time pent on clerical duties 3M ears with the cheques and rauds division and the last 'ear and a hall with the detec- ive division. PINEAPPLE HONEY BUTTER If you havea blender, pursed fruits make a good breakfast butter, and in double quick time. Try cup crushed pineapple, drained. Puree it first, then add cup soft butter, and 3 tablespoons liquid honey. Blend at high speed until well combined. Delicious on warm tea bis- cuits or muffins. FRESH STRAWBERRY BUTTER Having waffles or pancakes 'for breakfast some morning soon These special butters rrtako a good change-of- pace from traditional syrups. While fresh strawberries are in season, puree 1 cup of sliced berries in the blender. Add 1 cup soft butter and cup sifted icing sugar. Blend at high speed until combined. I! the mixture curdles at first blend a little longer, it should smooth out. This treat is definitely worth getting up for. Act violated CAPE TOWN, South Africa CAP) Courts convicted 276 men and 239 women in the 1! months ending last June 30 violating the Immorality Act, which prohibits sexual relations between persons of differen1 races, Justice Minister Petrus C. Pelser told Parliament. DEAR ANN: Why do people tip the waitress when the cook spends hours preparing the tood and the dishwasher does the dirty work? The waitress sits and smokes while the REAL work is being done in the kitchen. All she does is carry out the plates and collect that nice tip. I wish you'd blast this unfair practice. In Sioux Falls DEAR MAD: The waitress is the one whose personality (ov lack of it) makes the first impression on the guest. Sha lakes the order and carries the trays that sometimes weigh 30 pounds. She also keeps her eye on the (able and makes j sure everyone has what he wants more water, more coffee, sleak sauce, more butter, extra napkin, etc. A good waitress doesn't have to sit around and smoke. She works like a horsa and deserves the tip. DEAR ANN LANDERS: 1 was the Other Woman and now T am the Second Wife. This letter will run counter to Uie Puritan ethic, so you probably won't print it. But someone ought to make it clear that there are husbands with legitimate gripes men who tried to make a marriage work, found it impossible, and shoved off. My husband's first wife nearly doubled her weight within fen years. She ran a pig sty instead of a home, produced several children her husband didn't want (and wasn't ready became a screaming hag-mother, was jealous of her husband's friends, spent beyond his income and drove him crazy with her nagging. I did nothing to attract her husband's attention. I was simply there when he needed someone to talk to. It could have been one of several women, but I happened to be "the one." Contented husbands don't look for outside company. They go home to their families after work. The first wife has the first chance. Whether or not she succeeds depends on how good she is at meeting the challenges of marriage. DEAR DIG: Your position must have some validity be- cause I'm hearing from more and more people who say their second marriage is a lol better than their first. Apparently some husbands, and some wives, too, must live through an unsuccessful marriage in order to know how to make a second marriage work. Expensive lesson? You bet, but it's the only way some folks can learn. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I have some advice for Ihe woman who is allergic to her husband's cigarette smoke. It seems the lunkhead insists on smoking the room blue when guests are present because he knows she won't make a scene. My sister had the same problem. Here's how she solved It. She went to the army surplus store and bought a gas mask. Tlie minute her husband reached for a cigarette she put on the gas mask. Needless to say this gesture attracted a great deal of attention and raised some embarrassing ques- tions. When it became apparent that Mr. Marvellous was an inconsiderate heel who put his pleasures before his wife's health, he cut it out. If this sounds like a radical measure let me assure you that the situation warranted it. Please print this letter for all the folks out there who are sick of inhaling other people's cigarette smoke and would like to take some positive Winston Salem DEAR WIN: We checked the army surplus stores In Chicago and learned that gas masks are available for Thank you for the suggestion. Many a serious message has been relayed on the wings of a "joke." Don't flunk your chemistry test. Love is more than one set of glands calling to another. If you have trouble making a distinction you need Ann's booklet, "Love Or Sex and How to Tell the Difference." Send a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope with your request and 35 cents in coin to this news- paper. 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