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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAB ANN LANDERS: I had to laugh when I read that letter from the woman in Tucson who said catrhaters are not to be there is something sneaky and under-handed about, them. The writer also went on to say a cat-lover should never marry a person who does not share his love cats. She added, "Cat lovers should marry each other and they will have a good life together." The reason I found this so funny is because my aunt and uncle were both cat lovers. They never had any children, but tljey had 11 eats in the house. When they traveled they hired a person to stay in their house and look after the cats. After 15 years of marriage they separated. The result was the bitterest divorce on record and the biggest problem was settling the custody of the cats. If one had been a cat lover and the other a cat hater it would have been easy. So it appears the advice from Tucson was wrong. At least it didn't work in Dayton.-Witness To The Mess DEAB WIT: Thanks for my laugh for the day. I'm with you. Is an upcoming wedding driving you bananas? Ann Lan- ders' comprehensive booklet, "The Bride's gives you the facts from the initial announcement to the last bill and who should pay it. To receive your copy, write to Ann Landers, in care of Landers Reader Mail Chicago Sun-Times 401 North Wabash Ave. Chicago, HI., enclosing a long, stamped self-addressed envelope and 35 cents ui coin. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Recently you ran a letter in your column from a woman who said her teen-ager tied up the phone from until p.m. and she was furious about it. I'm a 15-year-old girl whose MOTHER is on the phone constantly. Once I got sick in school and the secretary tried to call my mother to ask her to come and get me. She dialed for 40 minutes and couldn't get through because the line was busy. Finally she decided to drive me home in her own car. When my boyfriend calls for an hour straight and is un- able to get through, he gets ticked off. He can't understand how anybody can gab that long. Frankly, neither can I. Sev- eral of my girl friends have tried to reach me for an im- promptu party and I've missed out because our line was busy and they gave up. So please, Ann, eon't make it look like teen-agers are the only ones who have "black-cord fever." Some of the grown- ups are just as bad, or worse. Hot Line U.S.A. DEAR HOT LINE U.S.A.: In families such as yours, where the telephone is a major source of entertainment, a second line is well worth the money. It is unfair for one member of the family, either teen-ager or adult, to tie up the only phone in the house for an hour at a time. Don't get burned by a "line" that's toe hot to handle. Play it cool with Ann Landers' guide to "Necking And Petting What Are The Send your request to Ann bonders enclosing SO cents in coin and a long, stamped, self-addressed envelope. DEAR ANN LANDERS: You said to a column not long ago that it is in poor laste to make reference to gifts on a printed invitation. What is your opinion of an invitation that suggests to guests that they bring their own liquor to a 25th wedding anniversary party? Thank you. MGB DEAR MGB: "Bring Your Own Bottle" parties aren't my cup of lea, although they serve a purpose for some peo- ple and some occasions. A 25th anniversary with written In- vitations is a special event, however, and tradition says the host should furnish the refreshments whatever they are. FRENCH TOPPINGS Paris hairstylist Molinario cre- ated these hairdos for two young comedians, Sabine Az- emo, left, wilh a wig curled all over, called Orange Mechanic, and right, Anne Conan with a strictly pulled hairdo and a high chignon al the back. (AP Wirephoto) Mondov, Novtmbir 13, 1971 _ THE LITHMIDGE HBUklO 13 Women tell men to fight for rights OTTAWA (CP) It look 3 woman to tell male delegates to the Ontario Federation of Labor convention recently that they should "stand up for Iheir rights." Delegates were discussing a resolution urging the Ontario government to raise compen- sation paid to widow's of in- dustrial accident" victims to ?250 a month from the present J175 a month. Shirley Carr, a vice-presi- dent of the Canadian Union of Public Employees, said she was opposed to the resolution as it stood. The compensation should he paid to survivors and dependents of all workers IdlJed in industrial accidents just to widows. "What happens if your wife is killed on the job, you have the right to receive benefits as she told delegates, the vast majority of whom were men. "It's time you stood up for your rights, brothers. What do you know about day-care? Where would you put your kids if you lost your wife. "You can't go out the neit day and get yourself a new wife. "Think about yourselves, my brothers, and don't be led down the garden path." An amendment was pro- posed to amend the resolution by putting in the phrase "de- pendents of workers" instead of widows and the motion re- ferred to the OFL executive for consideration. a out an Mr. and Mrs. WUton Lauden, recently transferred from Cal- gary, are now Lethbridge resi- dents. Mrs. Lauden's father, the late Mr. C. Gordon of Van- couver, started the Mundy Map Co. in 1911 in Edmonton. It is the only map school in Alberta, Mushroom craze tempts tastebuds THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "I got ihe idea from the electric cut off oursupplyl" By RAYMOND A. SOKOLOV New York Times Service NEW YORK In the city rain makes puddles. In th woods, it makes mushroom spring up through the autumn leaves, providing free and very special food for the cook who knows what to look for. The mushroom hunter reall must be an expert or have one in tow, because it cannot be emphasized too strongly thai some of the most delicious var- ieties will lead to a swift am horrible death. A little mycolo- gical learning is indeed a dan. gerous thing. Why take the risk? Because the taste of edible, fresh, wild mushrooms is powerful and ex- citing and various. One way to begin groping your way through the maze of different mushrooms found in the northeast is to attend one of the classes given periodical- ly in various local botanical and natural history institutions. John Cage, the composer and mushroom evangelist, started a minor craze in New York with his lectures at the new school for social research. Another amateur mycologist, Margaret Morris of Great Neck, N.Y., presided over a four-hour class at the Brooklyn Botanic Gar- den. The take home lesson [rom Mrs. Morns' class was that Royal furniture HALIFAX (CP! Furniture that once belonged to Edward, Duke of Kent, lather of Queen Victoria, has been donated to the Nova Scotia Arcliives here. The small drop-leaf table and eight chairs made in the mid- 18th century were probably used at the country house at nearby Prince's Lodge where he lived with Julie SI. Laurent while he was stationed in Halifax from 1794 to 1798. George Walter MacKay of New Glasgow, N.S., whose family inherited the fur- niture, donated it to the ar- chives. KEEP NUTRIENTS When boiling vegetables cook only until tender to insure the rest flavor, color, texture and ood value. the greenest mushroomer can still survive his adventures and live to pull more stipes from the ground, if he eats only the Foolproof Four, mushrooms that are safe and almost impos- sible to identify Incorrectly. The Foolproof Four are: Puffball or CalvaUa family (spheres without gills that look like seamless soft- balls and sometimes grow as large as 15 inches in diameter and weigh several pounds. The Chicken mushroom (yellow, grows on trees in wrinkled, flat, layered clumps and tastes like chicken. Morel (brown, hollow inside, unmistakable because of its spongy, pitted exterior and heaven to eat with cream, grows only in the spring near old The Shaggy-mane or Cop- rinus Comatus (elongated cap with yellowish, hairy scales, hollow stem with a delicate white cord suspended in the cavity, found in rich1 earth near roads, in pastures and at Mushroom guides abound, and all will have pictures of these four varieties as well as other edibles. Finding edible mushrooms may be complicated. But cook- ing them well is not hard, or at least need not be. Some basic principles, however, always apply. Wipe clean. Cut off the stipes or slems. Discard mushrooms that are infested with insects or worms Wash the mush- rooms only if absolutely nec- essary and then only briefly, under slowly running cold water. Then dry the mushrooms gently. Do not boil or blanch. Use only young mushrooms. Reject older, woody varieties. In cooking, be prepared1 that a great deal of water will be liven and should he allowed to cook away or else be drained and reserved for stock. Avoid using metal pots. Glass or en- ameled surfaces are ideal for >revenfing discoloration. Cooking times will vary a great deal, but be sure to use ow heat or taste will be lost. Gentle sauteeing in the usual manner or slow baking are the most usual methods. Let the mushroom do the work. SIMPSONS Ocdlb IN IMPERIAL COLOUR for 4 days only 'our child's portrait made with Eastman "PROFESSIONAL" Ektacolour Film and materials and cur all new DYNAMIC COLOUR background assures you full colour fidelity and breathtaking realism never before possible. You must see this value to believe it! 8x1O PORTRAIT Plus .50 Handling the entire portrait photograph is completed in gorgeous colour! 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