Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
WecJneirfoy, November 8, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE A ID 23 ON ROAD TO RECOVERY Shirley Temple Black, former film star and political figure, rests in her room at Stanford University Medical Centre. She underwent Former child star undergoes surgery surgery for removal of a cancerous breast recently. Phy- sicians said they have removed all traces of the malignant tumor- (AP Wirephoto) STANFORD, Calif. (AP) Shirley Temple Black, former child movie star, underwent an operation for removal of a can- cerous breast at Stanford Uni- versity Hospital last week. Dr. Fred Shidler, who per- formed the mastectomy, said here that the operation suc- ceeded in removing all traces of a malignant tumor. "I am grateful to God, my family and my doctors for the successful outcome of this oper- said Mrs. Black, 44. "I have much more to accomplish before I am through. "It is my fervent hope that women will not be afraid to go to their doctors for diagnosis when they have unusual symp- toms. There is almost certain recovery from this form of can- cer if it is caught early enough." The onetime film sensation who gained early fame through such movies as Heidi and Little Miss Marker is married to businessman Charles Black The couple lives in suburban Woodside with their three chi dren. An active Republican, Mrs Black ran unsuccessfully for seat in Congress in 1967, losing in a special election to Repre- sentative Paul N. McCloskey In 1969, President Nixon ap pointed her as a United representative to the Unitec Nations, where she served in various capacities. She now is special assistan to the chairman ol the presi dent's council on environmenta quality. SPACE SEX NICE, France (AP) Sex will be necessary on long space flights of a year or more ti prevent excessive emotiona tension, a U.S. National Aero- nautics and Space Administra tion official told a conference He said mixed crews wen being seriously considered. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "He-jumped around yelling that he'd finally won, but he was also tearing up the ticket from force of habit." Rogers' is great... for the golden flavor of cane-sugar syrup. Whenever your recipe calls lor corn syrup, use ROGERS' instead. You'll love ill Available in tho tin or handy new plastic container. For your free ROGERS' RECIPE BOOK, wrilo: B.C. Sugar Refining Co. Lid., Rogers Slrcot. Vancouver, B.C. Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Sorry, I don't agree with your comments to the wife who informed her husband that she gets the most out of their lovemaking when she pretends he's someone else. You said everyone fantasizes to a cer- tain degree and it's nothing to become unglued the same as daydreaming at night. If a wife has to think about Ryan O'Neal when she's with her husband the least she can do is keep her mouth shut. I would not be very flattered if I discovered that the reason my husband was having such a great time was be- cause he was pretending I was somebody else. If he con- fessed such a thing to me I'd tell him that if I wasn't ex- citing enough he could go find someone who was. We hear too much these days about weirdos, Ewitch- hitters, wife-swapping, peep-shows, naked men is csnirefslds, and kooky sex practices. What we need in this country is a champion for decency and morality. I had hoped it would be you, Ann Landers. Sorry you let me Substitutes Needed DEAR NO SUB: The human mind Is such an intricate piece of macliinery that no one can say exactly how it op- erates, particularly in the area of sexual responses. What turns a person on is a mysterious mix of everything he ever saw, read, heard and dreamed about, plus assorted bits and pieces, so private they are shared with no one. Not every- one can tolerate complete openness and frank talk. So, I agree with you, honey, some people SHOULD keep their mouths shut. DEAR ANN LANDERS: My 20-year-old boyfriend, after two years of college, has decided to be a nurse. My parents are shocked. My Dad's comment was, "The kid must be gay." I tried to assure Dad that Gordon is a perfectly normal, healthy wile guy and his major interest is taking care of sick people. Dad can't understand why Gordon doesn't go to medical school and become a doctor. But Gordon doesn't want to be a doctor. He prefers the relationship that exists between patient and nurse. I am considering a career in nursing now that Gordon has talked so much about the satisfactions of caring for the sick. It would be simple to switch since I've had two years of college chemistry, zoology, biolgical science. But wouldn't it be considered odd if two nurses got married Service Or- iented DEAR S.O.: Today nothing is considered odd. Tell your Tither that many normal males have found a rewarding career in the nursing profession. But I do feel that they ought to call male nurses sometliing else. DEAR ANN LANDERS: How strange that your advice should have appeared one day late for me. Yesterday's paper carried the letter from the girl who asked if she should tell her fiance about her past. (He had been begging her to do You told her a man should be willing to accept a woman for what she is. You pointed out that many men promise to not hold a girl's past against her, but some- how they can't keep the promise and all of a sudden she's a tramp and a streetwalker and their marriage is never the same. Right now I am crying my eyes out. I went with my fiance for over a year. We were very much in love. I decided not. fo tcl! ham about an affair I had had with a man lie dislikes very much. The night before last ho begged me to trust him. He swore he could forgive anything but he had to know who the other man in my life had been. When I finally told him he said, "I could have forgiven you for being with any man but HIM. I could never marry you now. I'd like my ring back, please." Print my letter. It might help some gal for whom It Is not too laic. Swollen Eyes In Tulsa DEAR TULSA: Good riddance. He sounds like a heel. Confidential to Say It Again: Your friend is correct. Those ear-splitting sounds the kids dig have already produced a num- ber of cases of partial deafness. A person whose car drums are assaulted by hours of continuous amplified rock music may pay a big price for his "entertainment." So turn it down, you cals. Aro yoiir pnrcnls too strict? Hard to reach? Ann Landers' booklet, "Bugged By Parents? How To Get More could help you bridge the generation gap. 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