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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thuridoy, May IB. 1977 THE U1HBKIDG': 17 Ann Landers Inexpensive Senator KennedyV wife guide published admits lo psychiatric care DEAR ANN LANDERS' Some women slip in and out of the menopause with no trouble. But for others it can he very trying. When a hot flash tills me I turn red from my neck up. My face rugislers a vivid blush and 1 am very embarrassed by this neon advertisement that I am in the change of liie. .My doctor has advised me against taking medication be- cause of a family history of cancer .so 1 must let nature lake its course. But what do I do about a co-worker who draus attention lo my red neck and florid face whenever she tees it? Tlus woman is swceL and kind and apparently unaware of my anguish. What do you suggest Middle-Aged Embarrass- ment in A.slieville UEAK 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 :igo with one simple sentence. Sample; "Please cut it Xow it's in print. Hand il lo her. DttAR ANN" LANDERS; T work for the Circuit Court and on occasion I help out in the Adoption Department. You wouldn't believe Ibe number of people who have lost a parent and then discover, v-hun going through their papers, that they were adopted. They arc so confused and hurt it is heart- breaking. Your repealed advice to lell children they are adopted at an early age is SO RIGHT. Also tell your renders, Ann, to make sure when they adopt a child that they have a lawyer who is up on the lalcsl. change. A great many people go to lawyers who don'l keep up and when something goes wrong they arc shocked to discover they are unprotected. Keep up the good work, Ann. City Fan DEAR K.C.: 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 Drugs" 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) (o Ann Landers, Box 3346, Chicago, Illinois 6065-1. OTTAWA good has coma from the tragedy, il is thai and Ijf.-r husband are closer than over. an d out '.own An open house was held re- fit Coalhurst for Jimmy and Grace Waimrjugh on their 4'ith wcd'linn anniversary. The cvc'ninp v.-a.s followed by a dance. Dr. Clifford A. Palmer of is in Saskatoon at- tending the annual post-gradu- ate course of the Saskatchewan Optomelric Association. CHOICE OK MEADWEATl WOKC neighbor's col. ________________-Walter Kerber. photo WHAT'S IN STORE? By Lois McLean Davis If all ilie weekly d'sfs from all Alberfa riomci were placed end lo end ihc result would make a bock. A widely road book though nol a bcsl seller. (Maybe I lie con- lents are loo wholesome (or The auihors of grocery lilts face challenges familiar lo any wriler. The money ollolled for food becomes on editor who cuts or The family around the dinner table act 01 the critics. To please my 'editor' and idtisfy my 'critics' I'll plan my shopping list. These suggestions, hopefully, will help you lo wrile your own "success story'. THE CUPBOARD WAS BARE I think Old Mother Hubbard had il made when slie found her cupboard bare. How start a list from i cratch I Thai never happens lo me. 7 lie re's a 'little bjl of lh.ii' and 'a little bil of thai'. Sometimes, list-making day becomes a "Guess Whol's In The Casserole For day. "OPEN B FIRST" tike most 'fridges ours has I wo cnspers. I'll call (hem 'A' and 'B'. I combine Ihe conlems of the two, before shop- ping, into crisper 'B'. This leaves 'A' empty and ready for newly purchased produce. To besl ulilize perishables, t make il o rule lo 'open 'B' REACH OUT FOR A NEW RECIPE! ihfl cook and ihe 'cook-ees'. New recipes are scanned for Ihe required ingredients. These I added to Ihe list. THE CASE RESTS Whenever possible, I add a case of some favorilc food lo my order. fpmiiy likes C MCI hi s Appls Jim r, Sc, for a rummer drink llial juO won't quil-l'll o-fc for n rnsn nf Rnghl'% App'n Juice at l-Morl. The cost will be k-ts than its usual, reasonable price. THE ORDER OF THE ORDER Now (hot ihe lisl is complrtc, Ihe plot thickens at t Marl. The diagram below is an I Man carl with a grocery order selected in the sequence shown. The placemen! of goods is r ream mended so I hoi your food will retain its excellent condifion. f- J BAKERY L TOCPS. 4. PROZEN FOODS t DOXBE1 fQ. ETC. BULKY (TEMfi O o TO ADD TO YOUR I-MART LIST BRIGHT'S APPLE JUICE L-Mcirl Wolcomnt your nnH Wrilo "WHAT'S IN Box 51, Lclhliridgo Hcrnld Delegates rap leaders i OTTAWA (CP) Labor's I leaders were rapped by dele- gates at the Canadian Labor I Congress convention recently I for not pushing hard enough for i improvements in the status of women workers and women in j the union movement. The point vas made by both I men and speakers in a debate on a resolution inslrucl- 1 ing the Congress lo assign top priority to a women's rights program. I The resolution, passed unaiu- mously, sought concrete action to "assist in the improvement of 1 the status of women in Canada. including efforts to bring more female workers into the trade I union movement." i It also called for action by or- gaiiizcd labor to press for legis- i lation supporting equality for women workers. j j The altitudes of Congress ex- j c c u t i v e s were criticized by Emily Ross of the United Gar- ment "Workers Union. ''You haven't got one woman organizer on your she said. HART MAN APPROVE Grace Hart man, secretary- treasurer of the Canadian Union nf Public Employees, gave full j 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 had pointed out lo the Congress Icndcrsliip they had over- looked Hie status of women in a policy memorandum to (he gov- ernmcnl a year ago. she said. Another CUPE delegate, Sliir- ley Can', said union leaders must encourage rank-and-filc workers lo become morfi in- volved in the issue. Hie elimination of discrimina- tion and legal reforms would serve (he interests of both men and women, she said. In an interview lalcr, she was criliciil of Hip Congress for lag- ging behind CUP ft in establish- ing a policy on righls. Male unionists arc not becoming i involved, she said, "hut they i would if I hoy could read a re- port cnming from (he labor movement.1' NO IIOM'.YMOON ROMI1' (API As Hie rnuplo I loft the church after their wcrl- ding, pnliro arrested Ihe grnom. 1 .Vr.tim MM I'li.'irtres of fli'M'rlion from thr. Italian I I 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 DIAL "O" (ZERO) AND ASK FOR ZENITH 07128 (toll free, of course) AGTT ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES ;