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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Lande rs Monday, November 8, 1971 IHE tETHBRIDGE HERALD Course for thinking models leaches basics of fashion By MAIt.HWIK WILD Hainiltim Spectator It is the brain child of Valer- ie-Jean Hume, 2C, of Toronto, who will direct it. DEAR READER; Several weeks ago I printed a Idler fi >ir a woman who said her life was ruinul of offensive odor she onildn'l get rid She made Ihe rounds ol nose specialists, cndocrinologisls, dermatologists gvnccul- I Sheridan College, iigisls-atid no one could explain it. fad, no one" could smell it. She said no friend or relslivc had ever mentioned the odor, but it was driving her crazy. I suggeslcd one more doelor-a ps'yehintrist. I told her that over the years 1 have received hundreds of letters from readers with Ihe same complaint. My consultants agree that when no physical problem exists the problem is psychologi- cal. These tortured people have a deep-seated fcolinp of word- lessness. The "odcr" Much no one else can smell is an ego-saving excuse to keep them away from people. It also explains (to them, at why no one wants to be around them. When the letter appeared I received over 500 "solutions." Here's a sampling: FROM WHEELING. Va.: The woman with tiie "odor" not sick-she is gifted. I, too, have Die ability lo smell things that no one else can smell. I can smell animals in the woods and birds flying overhead. I can also smell friends and acquaintances before they enter a room. 1 first realized I had this gift when I was four years old. f said to my mother. "Grandpa will be here soon." She aiked. do you I ansuercd, "I can smell him." Sure enough, in five minutes Grandpa arrived. Please loll the woman who wrote not to worry. She's exceptional FROM MARSHALL-TOWN', IA.: Tell the lady with the strange odor to cheer up and she will smell better. Scientists have proved that happy people give off a fragrant scenl. Negative brain waves (worry, anger, fear, anxiety) give off unpleasant odors. Animals can smell emotions but most peo- ple can't. FROM LA PORTE. LVD.: Ths woman who "Nose It All" should stop drinking coffee. The odor that is bothering her is the result of caffeine poisoning FROM JACKSO.V, MICH.: Tell to put a cup of sail in her bath water. FROM JUNEAf, ALASKA; Tell the lady to sleep with sure cure. FROM LOXDON. ONTARIO: Her trouble is not in her mind, Ann, it's in her nose. She should line her nostrils with vaseline every niglu when she goes to sleep. DEAR ANN: The lady with the mysterious odor prolh lem probably has idiopathic hypogcusia. It is a menial dis- order of unknown origin. Zinc, taken by mouth, .sometimes J. H. 0.. Chicago FROM FLINT. MICH.: The lady with the odor problem should change toothpaste and soap. She has an allergy I.hat is throwing her chemistry out of balance. FROM DES If the woman will slop wearing synthetic fabrics 'nylon, acetate, etc.) her odor will disap- pear. Synthetics stimulate glandular secretions which create odors. FROM" KNOXVILLE: The woman who smells tilings should be aware that she has a rare talent. Her highly de- veloped olfactory sense should be put to use. She should rent herself out to church groups who have picnics. Every year at least a down people die from food poisoning at these affairs. If you'll give me her name I'll see to it that -she is put to work at once. DEAR KNOX: Sony, as a matter of policy I put one reader in touch with another, but thanks to you and (o all who wrote. once. One was modelling for minimum, but Ilierc is no nge students in Sheridan's photo- i qualification, graphic studio That job is one i So far she has eight students OAKVILLE, Out. (CPl A she now intends to have her stu- one-year course for thinking dents do as part of their train- models is starting this fall at j ing. She .says five, has not been too many. "If you divide your time right, you can dn it. It's just a Miss Hume says she believes it will turn out a thinking model bciC.'iusn .she- will teach students to understand that modelling is more than just wearing pretly clothes. She wants them (o un- derstand what the designer hoped to achieve. She wants them to grasp fashion basics so i they will not turn up for an as- sipnment with accessories that i are wrong for the clothes they are to wear. Miss Hume, called V-.I. says the idea for the course devcl- oped out of the series of mini- 1 careers she has packed into I her life. A native of Saskatoon, she 'How graduated from the University 1 of Saskatchewan and Saskatche- wan T c a c h e r 's College and taught school for a while in Re- gina. i Shu has worked as a fashion model, worked in radio and TV and taught speed reading. I At the beginning of this year I she was working at five jobs at I Wilbur saves everylhing lined up. She says one man who applied didn't have Grade She wants to teach a male mo- delling course in She says .she is screening plicants in personal interviews be _surc they have some prac-jnow and be.jcw it's UK worst A FORUM ABOUT MATURE WOMEN question of being very, very or- j lical idea of what a model does. I disease imaginable 1 iiave ganizcd." Her Margaret lirookfiehl; with you. Why not try a fresh women interested in returning I'm a widow who was mar- approach? First, develop some to work or business. You can ncd fur years. I never other friendships and activities get a cupy by .sending a self- thought my life would be like Sl) you're not KO lonely. Second, addressed ami this. I know what loneliness is think about what you might do velope to to make your daughter's life more pleasant, rather than you. more pleasant as a result, She wil! leach mast of tbs j daughter, what she might do foi classes, but other teachers will j educated to the best of my Your own life could bi; limited to 20 in the first y-ar. i take ovrr for a few including abilitVi she has a mastci.--s Students must have Grade 12 lasmon and fabric selection, 'degree and is a guidance psy- I chologist. Although we live in Ihe same town, I only go to hvr home whan I'm invited. I work part-tiir.e and want nothing thf Information Cen- tre on the Mature Woman. 3 West 57th Street, New York. N.Y. Other readers can so receive n copy, by doing the .same. with the odor raw oyster over each eye al night. It's a NECI-IE, N.D. (API Some people save a lock of their baby hair. Others have that lit- tle silver baby cup, or their first report card. Wilbur Paton who lives near- by saved everything. He not only has the lock of hair he has the barter chair. He not only has the first pen- j i cil he wrote with he has Uie whole school house. He not only has the bed he i was born in he owns the house. The Little Pioneer Church where lie learned to pray is a vivid memory. He has the whole thing pews, pulpit and j i steeple. The three buildings plus a museum are located on his i farm a short stroll from his I house. i Paton calls it his "isle of me- mories." i "Been a saver since a i he says. "Scotch, you know." 1 Ever since he started build- DEAR A.NN Our young daughter had ing up his "isle of memories" seven years ago, people have carriage a few days ago and she is in a deep depression. by the farm. Pa- This was her first pregnancy and she lost the baby in the j wno ,s -j (0 Wandcr fifth month. A friend told her if she had held the baby another week it could have lived. Now she blames herself for not being more careful. She is sure she killed the child because she and her husband went dancing the night before. I'm no doctor. Ann. but I don't believe a fetus of five months can survive. Please find out and let us know. Man-land Mom DEAR M.M.: A fetus cannot survive at five months. Any- one who says otherwise does not have an honest count. The "Friend" who gave your daughter that cheery hit of information sounds like a pain in the neck and I moved the location up a few feet in the interest of printability. back through the years with them. He figures he has shown 000 to persons around the place. One year 3.800 signed the guest book he keeps in the school. A born collector, Paton has nof.hing for sale. There's no charge to wander through. There is, however, a place where you can leave a donation for crippled children. LA. TO F.O.E. Monday, Nov. 8th JACKPOT NO5. "20 AlARM BINGO" Jl Gold Cord Poy Doubts Door Priio-Free Cards (Many oilier extras) Regular Card! 25c or 5 for SI 13th Si. and 6th Ave. 'A' N. No children under 16 allowed J H f lendar of local appemnaA Tan Chnpler, Bcla -Simula p.m. 'Hie program will be pre- Plii, will meet on Tuesday at scnled by Mrs. Gloria Virostek Lhe home of Mrs Pat. Hooper, on giving and receiving friend- 1803 7 Ave. S. Co-hostess is j ship Co-hostess is Mrs. Marie Mrs. Bev Perkins. A program I Bavlosek. on poetry he presented by i The Literature Department of I he Mathesis Club will meet n! (lie home of Mrs. H. D. Redding Tuesday at p.m. Mrs. Marge Sanford and Mrs. Honi llermamilz. Xi Iota uill meet al p.m. Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Eva Mercer, li) Arc. S.. co-hostess Mrs. June frighten. Mrs. Millie I.utuick will conduct a program on how j to make friends. Sigma Chapter of Beta Sig- ma Phi will meet at the home of Mrs. Gladys Simons. 1GI7 Ashgrove Koad, Tuesday a! fl ATTEND THE ALL NEW N.A.F.-UNIT 34 COR. 5lh AVE. one) 6lh ST. S. IN THE CLUBROOMS TUESDAY, NOV._9th 8 p.m. First 12 Games First Card Others 25c oach 1st No. Jackpot (increases weekly) 2nd No. Jackpot (increases weekly) Extra 5 Games Cards 25c ca. or 5 (or Blackout in 51 numbers All regular games pay double if won in 7 nos. ot less MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS Tin; annual general meeting of tile Canadian Pacific Rail- w a y Pensioners' Association will be held in the club rooms j Tuesday al 2 p.m. An election of officers for the coming year will be held. A good turnout is asked for this important mect- j St. Michael's Hospital alum- i mie will bold a meeting at 0 j p.m. on Wednesday al the Tcwn C'hrf Members are apk- rd I" bring nny items ready for Ihe haz.anr on Nov. 25. All class representatives are ask- ed lo attend with class reports, as bulletin will go out at the end of Ihe monlh. The ACW of St. Augustine's Church will meet on Tuesday at li p.m. All women of the parish are welcome. Parents of younger children are inviled to attend as Mrs. K. P. Courts, su- perintendent of Sunday Schools, will speak on Ihe objectives of (he latest Sunday School mate- STITUlUn HACK ON LONDON (AP) A criminal 1 court judge ordered tlw deporta- tion of .lose Calvo. 22. after he.-iring t c s I i m o n y lhat the Spaniard rut off his Knglisb j wife's par when their marriage I broke up. Mrs. Calvo, 21, had I the. enr studied hack on. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes housewife for 2.'! years, it seems whatsoever from my daughter, j as tll0ugh j fil in only the imlh of human kind-' workaday world anymore. It's know I must he doing ljkc ado'leseent a" Dear Margarrt Bronkfirlll: CONSIT.T DOCTOR I'm 4'J years old and my chil-' Never give a baby any rlrcn are. grown. After bring a without your doctor's orders. ness. I s o m c I h i n R rnxng, because ovcr Bllt do to go nc re not very close. I cannot back ,0 lvork Hmv tan j come up with the answer as to tlljs [erfMl, gap7 C. R., Brallleboro, Vt. LA. Woman in Agony Can't Stop ITCHING why I'm not a satisfactory mother. If you could tell me how lo he a better one, I would be grateful. H. B., Miami Beach. Fla. Dear II. Perhaps you Dear C. II.: If it's rny con.soiation. you're not alone. Many mature women have trouble getting back into the .swing of (hings. Because of (his, our Information Centre were counting too much on your daughter's has developed a reading list for :iclp in dispelling your loncli- You don't indicate if she familv of her own, bin "I have several excellent reasons for being so late, but I can't remember which ones I 've already used. ness. has 1 she docs have a joh which makes certain demands on her j lime and her energies, There- fore, you should not j as a form of I inability to be fuJly involved BINGO RAINBOW HALL 14o' sth N. 1st Jackpot 565 in 56 Nos., 2nd Jackpot in 60 Nos. 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