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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, October 25, 1972 you're my kind ol people, you'll probably find the only place lo go during the festive sea- son is up Ihe wall. So maybe you'll be interested lo hear how to avoid the biy downer like ho'.v to net through every minor crisis in a stale of pleasant relaxation. Tension. I'm told, is tlic thief thai robs us of oar naturally sweet disposition. It sneaks up on us at the chei'k-out counter, as the meat loaf dries out when hubby forgets to come home for dinner, and while listen In little Veronica blow flat on her har- monica. It hits in the back of the neck. The sparkle leaves our eyes, our hands clench, and the more tell ourselves to relax, the more uptight we get. Try a spot de-tenser with me: hunch your shoul- ders as high as possible, then push them back and down and forward in rotating motion. So your friends stare'.' Tell 'em you're relaxing and they'll cither join you or chicken out and sil back, all tensed up, and envy you. Or try pushing your head back hard, while keep- ing it level with chin in normal position. Hold for five seconds, and repeal three or four times. Best relaxcr of all, though, is a stretch-out in a tepid (yes, tepid) bath. Put a folded towel or bath pillow behind your neck, slap lots of lovely gooey cream on your face and cover the eyelids with ab- sorbent cotton pads soaked in skin freshener, witch hazel or strong cold tea. Switch off, think of absolutely nothing and after fifteen minutes you'll feel just great. If there's time for a cat nap will) feet propped higher than your head, you're away to the races. But when you're really on the run, and there's just no time for what comes naturally. breathe in as deep as you can, hold it a good second, then exhale in a rush of air. Re- peat at least five times. It's a lifesaver, so try it. In fact, try them all and happy relaxing. Now that you're all beautifully relaxed, float out into the kitchen and spend a couple of minutes whip- ping up a fancy dream cake. 1 pkg (2-layer) yellow, white or devil's food cake mix 1 envelope dessert topping mix (do not whip, use as-is) 4 eggs 1 cup cold tap water Toss everything into large bowl and blend. Beat at medium speed for four minutes. Pour into greased and floured 10" tube pan and bake at 350 degrees 45-50 minutes. Cool 15 minutes, remove from pan and finish cooling on cake rack. Frost, glaze, sprinkle with icing sugar or top with fruit, syrup or ice cream. To the lady who signs herself Ole thanks. Your lovely letter made my day. M.I. Tamily wn a Lethbridg isychiatrlst says. By MAUREEN JAM1ESON Fiitnily Editor On Tuesday evening, door- bells all around town will ring, and young people will bo say- ing: UNICEF Organizing this year's Hallo- ween fund-raising drive is Shir- Icy Anderson, recently return- ed from Nigeria. "I've always helped UN1- said Mrs. Anderson. "I'd rather help than prgaivzc. But when you've been in under- developed countries, you know how great the need is and so you overc om e your reluc- tance." In the past, she said, collec- tors have all been grade scboo children, but "we've fried to interest junior high schools this year, and 1 think some of the Grade 7s will be taking boxes around. "The most important thing is to get our children concerned about those less fortunate than themselves. Because you know they talk about it being one world, and it really is xlay." To interest local 'children, lid Mrs. Anderson, "we gen- rally try t o show films a .onth, Halloween and oxes are taken around a wesk efore. The schools look after ic distribution of boxes the eachers really have been trc- lendous. "We get the okay from the chool boards, but it's the prin- ipals1 decision to let us come n or not. There is a certain amount of work involved for liem, and we're really appre- ciative of the effort they put .t." Alter the children collect, hey return (he boxes to their schools, she said, "Most schools now have n home and school hat counts the money, and sometimes even deposits it. :FlccLwood Bawden for the iast few years have really led the way, but we're hoping some of the oilier schools will give them competition this year. "The money collected by us is used to best Mrs. Anderson pointed out. "Less than eight par cent is used in administration, and that includes boxes and advertis- ing slickers. The reason affairs, physical failure of the husband. Seduction lesbians. by professional Belter rice MANILA (AP) The Inter national Rice Research Institute .n Laguna says it has developec two superior strains of rice that resist a variety of virus infec- tions, and also are tasty and full of proteins, the Philippine news service reported. that since UNICEF's a United Nations agency, it can utilize other UN facilities so there isn't duplica- ,on. "UNICEF was begun to deal vith emergencies, but so much if the help now is ;he explained. It only goes into a country it the invitation of the govern- ment, and the government agrees to spend an equal amount. In fact, they generally spend more right now the average is for every dol- lar UNICEF puts in. 'Once a country is able to stand on its own feet, UNICEF withdraws as in Europe and Japan. 'Children were the spark for the initial said Mrs. Anderson. "The main focus is on education and nutrition and health for children, and moth- clinics." Last year children in ths Lethbridge area raised a total of "most of it in pen- nies and said Mrs. Anderson proudly. "The kids are really terrific if they think they're doing something useful. "Sometimes I think they care more than the MARITAL PROBLEMS UKBINO, Italy (AP) A man finishing a 25-year prison term for murdering his second obtained a divorce from his first spouse so he could lawfully marry a third woman. IWeeWhimsyl Preschool project meets Parent involvement is in- j much-needed cupboards for the Homosexuals highly intelligent The passive partner in male homosexuals usually takes the role of the female and can be more easily recognized than the active partner. Male homosexuality was re- cently discussed at the Leth- hridge police station by law en- forcement officers attending a sex crimes seminar. Some homosexuals engage in such activity before they are old enough to achieve orgasm or after they are too old to liave one. Another important principle is that the majority of homo- sexuals employ a sex fantasy. On the whole, these imtivid- of Dr. and Mrs. Peter juflls arc highly intelligent and to commemorate j are in every profession. A fal- creasing, according to the tober meeting of the board of' the Lethbridge Preschool Ser- vices Project. This is particularly so in the classroom, where the children are presently enjoying the as- sistance of a male volunteer for couple of hours each day. One parent has also built Consideration was given at the meeting to the possibility of a second location for the project, this lime on the south side. This would necessitate the hiring of two more project aides. The board contracts for approved staff the co-ordinator and project aids. M. E. Muttarf of Toronto, general secretary of the Nation- al Sniritual Assembly of the Baha'is of Canada, was a re- cent visitor to LelhbridRo. He was guest of honor at a politick F'jnner and party in the home Irbm 153rd anniversary of the birth j lacy is that" most people think of the Bah. who was Ihc fore- homosexuals are always single runner of the Bahai faith. divorced men. Mr. Mutfart. a former Alber-1 Homosexuals arc featured by businessman, mot with t assembly In cuss future plans for Mic failh i n f'n nn rhf n nd i t.s p-o h i n nlher onm tries flmnighout (be world. Ilinr instability, ?nr] fluctuations promiscuity, of affection. Thoy are intensely jealous and sf T i" I ft [jos a vi c i ousn ess iivltrritive of an unnatural frus- Home baking find j sen tables will be popular fr-.'i- i lures at the annual ton and bn- of the Women's I'Y'dcr- lion of St. Andrew's Prcsby- foriftn Church, [n be held from p.m. Nov. 1. ini Mic church iftiH 5th Avc. S. Guests will br wrlrornrrl by Mrs. L. A. Mrs. L. Hankinson and Miss Catherine Webster, i K T; CRKAM KF.V1VAI, MONTREAL fCP) Kan! icti ci'cam is having a revival, say vendors at dairy bars and hriijhlly striped carls dishing out cones to ever-lengthening linos. ice cream mines in more exotic flavors than its sofl counterpart liko licorice, rum raisin, coconut and kuffiqna hut the old favorite is still va- nilla. ATTENTION LETHBRIDGE FIGURE SKATING CLUB MEMBERS Due to n lock of ico the new ilarling data for Group nnrf Prjvnto Skniing be THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26 IT A VEKY GOOD YEAR In 191 2, Lelhbridge hosted tlie dry farming con- grosi in ihc new exhibition building, sfccct cars became the way lo travel, and on Oct. 15, Hie Shcnton family arrived from Engfa nd to join their father in the Rellaw area. Recently the 60-year-old scene ra-enacfed by the seven original travellers of a gathering which included most of [heir 200 descendants. In 1972, as in 1912, greet- ings wore offered by Magnus Kawg, Geral d Snider, Mabel Gouglmour and Orva Rob- orison were also in altendance. Family me mbers are, sooted, left lo righl, aro Mabel, Edith and Florence. Rear, left lo right, aro H arold, Nellie, Elsie and George. ;