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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18, 1977 THE HITA'.D 17 Ann Landers Inexpensive Senator Kennedy's wife, jniide admits to psychiatric care DEAR ANN LANDERS: Some women slip in and out ol Hie menopause with no trouble. But for others it can he very trying. When a hot flash hits me I turn red from my neck up. My face registers a vivid blush and 1 am very embarrassed by this neon advertisement that I am in the change of lite. My doctor has advised me against taking medication be- cause of a family history of cancer so 1 must let nature take its course. But what do I do about a co-worker who draws attention to my red neck and florid face whenever she tees it? This woman is sweet and kind and apparently unaware of my anguish. What do you suggest Middle-Aged Embarrass- ment in Asheville DEAR MIDDLE: I'm 1500 miles away. You work with the woman five days a week. And you ask ME to solve a problem that you could have solved months ago with one simple sentence. Sample: "Please cut it out.'' Now it's in print. Hand it to her. DEAR ANN LANDERS: T work for the Circuit Court and on occasion I help out in the Adoption Department. You wouldn't believe the number of people who have lost a parent and then discover, when going through their papers, that they were adopted. They arc so confused and hurt it is heart- breaking. Your repeated advice to tell children they are adopted at an early age is SO RIGHT. Also teD your readers, Ann. to make sure when they adopt a child that they have a lawyer who is up on the latest. Laws change. A great many people go to lawyers who don't keep up and when something goes wrong they are shocked to discover they are unprotected. Keep up the good work, Ann. City Fan DEAR K.C.: Thank you for bringing this vital information before my readers. Can drugs be a friend in time of stress? If you keep your head together can they be of help? Ann Landers' new booklet, "Straight Dope on Drags" separates the fact from the fiction. Get it today. For each booklet ordered send a dollar bill, plus a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope, (16c postage) to Ann Landers, Box 3346, Chicago, Illinois published OTTAWA (CP) A jM-twp nl Ottawa parent.'; who lack confi- 1 dcncc in school French courses have published ai'i inexpensive j Kuide. What's What for Children Learning French is a iiO-cent I compendium of problems and solutions of interest lo parents with language-learning youngs- i (era. Rather than relying only on formal training programs, I Ihu guide recommencis French books, radio and tele-vision pro- grams antl records as means of painless learning. The guide also lists summer camps for children and teen-a- gcrs where they can immerse themselves in a francophone en- vironment. Most of the recom- mcncd camps are in Quebec. well away from English-spcak- ing centres. Although it concentrates mostly on opportunities ir the Ottawa area, tho 90-page book- let can he useful to families across the country, even those i living where French is rarely i heard. Editor Glenna Reid says there are more than just academic and financial benefits to bilin- gualism. "Even if you don't live in a two-language community such as Ottawa, a second language helps to broaden a child's un- i dcrstaiiding of the world. "By realizing there are other languages, they learn the func- tion of language; they learn that people in other parts of the world communicate in a lan- guage other than their own." Mrs. Reid's three children at- tend French schools but the family speaks English at home. NEW YOHK 'Kculuri Tlic wile of Senator Kthviird M. Ken- nedy v.'as "aucd" and fell infe- rior to the other Kennedy women and is undergoing psy- fhollicrapy to make her feel in- dependent and secure, a maga- zine article reports. The article, appearing in the June issue of Good Housekeep- ing, quotes Joan Kennedy as saying she awed by the other Kennedy women.'1 "She was comparing herself and was inwardly certain thai she didn't measure it adds. 1 The magazine says Mrs. lu-n- nedy told an interviewer she :ha.s "been Kcvinp. a psychiatrist .since January, 1EJT1, because I had lost my self-confidence." I "It's very easy to feel inse- cure when you marry into a very famous, intelligent exciting family. The magazine said she tried lo emulate the wives of John F, II Kennedy and Robert F. Ken- nedy and that helped her to 1 lose confidence in herself. She said she regrets having used clothes as attention get- ting in the past, such as the time she showed up at a White House reception in a micrn- i miniskirt and a see-through blouse. Mrs. Kennedy said she has no 1 doubt her husband's story i on the tragedy of Chappaquid- jdick Island in which a young secretary, Jo Kopechne, killed. She said if any good has coma from the tragedy, it is thai and her husband are closer than ever. Jn ana I'l o- loiuti An open house was held cc'nliy at Coalhurst for Jimmy and Grat'G on their 40th anniversary. The social evening followed by a dance. Ur. Clifford A. Palmer of is in Saskatoon at- tending the annual post-gradu- ate course of the Saskatchewan Optometric Association. CHOICE or MKADWEAR CjlT.BKC Preferred liei'dpieces for brides this year range from simple bows and ribbons to helmet-like caps and floral headpieces made out of real flowers. Brides this season will cither wear full cathedral veils or none at all, with brides- maids following the bridal trend and abandoning veiled head- pieces. FRIENDS ARE INVITED TO A CALLING RECEPTION In honor of the marriage of DALE RUDD and DANNY FISHLEY The reception will be from to p.m. On Saturday, May 20th at 2855 North Pnrksidc Drive TED and JANA RUDD' HOME IS WHERE YOU FIND IT The psrfect find for this fellow is a ready-to-occupy nest Great for protection against the rain, and a bird-size doorway to keep cut the neighbor's cat.___________________-Walter Kerber. photo WHAT'S EN STORE? By Lois McLean Davis If oil ihe weekly grocery lists from oil Alberto homes placed end lo end ihe result would make a book. A widely read book though nol a best seller. (Maybe the con- lents are loo wholesome for ihail) The oulhors of grocery lists face challenges familiar to any writer. The money allotted for food becomes an editor who cuts or The family around the dinner table oct os the critics. To please my 'editor' and satisfy my 'critics' I'll plan my shopping list. These suggestions, hopefully, will help you to wrile your own "success story'. THE CUPBOARD WAS BARE f think Old Mother Hubbard had il mode when she found her cupboard bore. How start a list from scratch I Thai never happens to me. There's a 'little bit of this' ond 'a Ihtle bit of thai'. Sometimes, list-making day becomes a "Guess What's In The Casserole For day. "OPEN B FIRST" like most 'fridges ours has two crispers. I'll call them 'A' and 'B'. I combine the contenis of the two, before shop- ping, into crisper 'B'. This leaves 'A' empty and ready for newly purchased produce. To besl utilize perishables, I make it a rule lo 'open 'B' first.' REACH OUT FOR A NEW RECIPE! iho cook and the 'cook-ees'. New recipes are scanned for Ihe required ingredients. These 1 added to Ihe list. THE CASE RESTS Whenever possible, I add a case of some favorite food to my order. For ins toner, thirsty scar-on is Inert: and the entire family likes B right's Apple Jute e. So, for a summer drink that won'1 quil-1'll or.fc for n rasp of Rnght'% App'o Juice at L-Mort. The cost will be Irss than its usual, reasonable price. THE ORDER OF THE ORDER Now that the lisi is complete, the plot ot L-Mart. The diagram below is an (.-Mar) cart with a grocery order selected in the sequence shown. The placement of goods is r re om mended so I ho! your food will retain its excellent condilion. r. JL 3, OAtWY PRODUCTS C4NHFQ GOODS, HOTTLJiD A BOXBO POODS. OntNKB, ClJEAMflffS. 8TC. BWUKY (TEMft O o TO ADD TO YOUR l-MART LIST BRIGHT'S APPLE JUICE L-Mcirl Wolcomni your commonls nnH luggcilions. ricnso Write "WHAT'S IN Box LotMiridga Herald Delegates rap leaders OTTAWA (CP) Labor's leaders were rapped by dele- gates at the Canadian Labor Congress convention recently for not pushing hard enough for improvements in the status of women workers and women in j the union movement. j The point was made by both men and women speakers in a debate on a resolution instruct- ing the Congress to assign top priority to a women's rights i program. i The resolution, passed unani- mously, sought concrete action I to "assist in the improvement of the status of women in Canada. including efforts to bring more i female workers into the trade union movement." i It also called for action by or- gam'zed labor to press for legis- i lation supporting equality lor I women workers. The attitudes of Congress ex- e c u t i v e s were criticized by I Emily Ross of the United Gar- ment Workers Union. "You haven't got one woman j organizer on your she said. IIARTMAN APPIWVr.S Grace Hartman, secretary- treasurer of the Canadian Union of Public Employees, gave full endorsement to the resolution. It spells out what we've been asking for." But she added one caustic note. It had been Prime Minis- ter Trudcau "who I'm sure doesn't give a who bad pointed out to the Congress leadership they had over- looked the status of women in a policy memorandum to the gov- ernment a year ago. she said. Another CUl'E delegate, Shir- Icy Can-, said union leaders must encourage rank-and-file workers to become more in- volved in the issue. The elimination of discrimina- tion and legal reforms would serve the interests of both men and women, she said. In an interview later, she was critical of the Congress for lag- ging behind CUPE in establish- ing n policy on women's rights. Male unionists arc not becoming involved, she said, "hut, they would if Ihoy could read a re- port coming from the labor movement." Dig up what we've got buried around your home and that could be the end of something good. What's buried around your home? Telephone Cable. And it's about twenty-four inches under your lane, lawn, or backyard. But, do you know where it's located? Have you ever thought what would happen if you accidentally cut a cable? Picture it. An emergency arises. You need your family doctor, the fire department, or the police. Without phone service you've got a real problem. The extra minutes it takes to get to another phone could be costly. It might be fatal. So do yourself and your neighbors a favor. Don't dig post holes or trenches in your backyard or lane 'til you call us. We'll come out, locate, and mark any under- ground cable for you at no charge. Before you dig, call us. Please. AGT CABLE LOCATION SERVICE (ZERO) AND ASK FOR ZENITH 07128 (toll free, of course) ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES Ml HONEYMOON TiOME (API As Ihe couple loft the church after their wed- ding, pnlire- arrested Ihp groom. I >U.uro riai'am'iiuo. nn charges! of desertion from the llaliiin Army. I ;