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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, September 26, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 37 Ann Landers Woman hired in traditionally male-dominated profession Younger people replacing older wine stewards Dear Ann Landers: I am married to a minister who is so "morally pure" that he does not need to participate in the physical side of marriage. He tells me if I disciplined my mind I would not need sex either. I have begged him to see a doctor, but he insists I am the one who needs help. When I suggested a marriage counsellor he looked me straight in the eye and said, "You forget, my dear, I AM a marriage counsellor." (He is.) This man is well liked by his congregation and is an influential leader in the com- munity. Whenever I bring up the subject he tells me that Jesus satisfies all his needs and that I should pray for Divine Guidance. Total abstinence might be fine for him but it is destroy- ing me and I don't know what to do about it. Can you give me some advice? Married In Name Only Dear Name: Since your hus- band has articulated his posi- tion clearly I think you should do the same. Tell him you don't believe in celibacy in marriage and neither does Jesus. Then see a lawyer and tell it to the judge. Dear Ann Landers: My wife and I just separated. I wonder how many other couples are like us, but haven't done anything about it. Yet. I do a great deal of driving and have never had an acci- dent in my life. (I'm 53.) When I drive alone I never have any trouble. When my wife is at my side she is also on my back. "'You're in the wrong lane or "What are you waiting for? The light is green." Either I drive too fast or too slow to suit her. Another frequent suggestion: "Pass that car. He's drunk or crazy." Whenever we go anywhere the little woman has to select the parking place, as if I am blind. When I pick one, she says. "It's too small. You'll never make it." Or, "There's a better one on the other side." Strang as it may seem, when it comes to sex, this same woman has no ideas, no imagination whatever. In bed AS WE ARE TODAY IN A PHOTOGRAPH Tomorrow's HEIRLOOM and COLOR PORTRAITS all for only '50 Call for your appointment SOON! 41613 Strait N. Piioro 327-7449 she is like a store window dummy. Maybe I haven't said it very well, Ann, but I think the comparison explains pretty much what is wrong with plenty of marriages. Bye- Bye Baby Dear Bye: You said it well enough, Bub. I wouldn't change a word. Thanks writing. Dear Ann Landers: I am a 16 year old boy who is all mixed up. My folks keep tell- ing me these are the best years of my life. If they are right, I hate to think of what the rest of my life is going to be like. M> social life is dull as dishwater. I don't care for girls much, and they don't seem to care for me. The guys I go with are O.K., but I'm not what you'd call a popular guy and I feel as if they are just putting up with me. What's wrong with me that I can't get it all together? Everywhere I look people seem to be having a good time, while I'm laughing on the outside and crying on the inside. Can you help? No Name Please Dear N.N.: Any adult who says the teenage years were the best years of his life has a poor memory. The teen years can be the roughest. But hang in there and don't think you're so different from the others. Plenty of them are also laughing on the outside and crying on the inside. THE BETTER HALF WINNIPEG (CP) The popular conception of a wine steward is that of a bewhiskered, dignified gentleman of advanced age, immaculately dressed in dark clothes and with his chain of office around his neck. The sommelier or wine steward is an inevitable fix- ture of any restaurant of note, responsible for seeing that guests are served the most suitable wine to enhance their meals. Apart from having an edu- cated palate, the wine steward must be a master diplomat at handling guests with peculiar wine tastes and looks after the storage, care and handling of the restaurant's wine supply. But in recent years younger people are taking the place of the older wine stewards who are retiring. All preservation methods lead to nutritional loss EDMONTON (CP) A University of Alberta food scientist says the advantages of food processing techniques must be weighed against the inevitable nutritional loss they involve. Dr. Pavel Jelen, Alberta representative on the Chicago based Institution of Food Technologists, says all methods of preservation both commercial and domestic lead to some loss. However, "this decrease must be measured against the desirability of having various foods available all he said. Dr. Jelen was commenting on the institute's October report, which said most of the world's population would be faced with a 'feast or famine' situation if it weren't for food technologists from around the world. The report said preserva- tion methods may even enhance the nutritional value of food.. Heat processing, for example, destroys the anti digestive factors in cereal grains, peas and beans, mak- ing proteins and car- bohydrates more usable by man. The institute said cooking is the largest cause of nutritional loss. And in what amounts to a revolutionary move, the Winnipeg Inn has hired 25- year-old Mme. Laurence Danguy as a sommelier. Mme. Danguy says it would be unthinkable for a woman to assume such a position in France, the country of her birth, but Canada offers far greater possibilities for women working in traditional- ly male dominated professions. "For example, the Ordre des Sommeliers de France, the wine stewards' professional organization which has a special Paris chapter, would never dream of admitting a woman to its ranks, and certainly not a young she said. Mm. Danguy initially wanted to follow family tradi- tion and enter the legal profes- sion but after leaving univer- sity in France she decided to spend time in England study- ing English language, history and geography. After becoming fluent in Spanish as well, Mme. Danguy tried being an airline stewardess but that was cut short by marriage to Jean- Louis Danguy, at that time a waiter in the Paris Hilton. Since then, she has been in- volved in the restaurant busi- ness, eventually coming to Canada with her husband in January, 1971. Her knowledge of oenology the science of growing and making wine is something Mme. Danguy liv- ed with throughout her life. Her father at one time own- ed a vineyard in the renowned wine district of Beaujolais and wine has always been high on the list of interests in her pa- rental household. Naheen Ahuja, the Winnipeg Inn's executive assistant man- ager, said the addition of Mme. Danguy to the hotel's dining room not only adds class to the establishment but helps boost sales. TEA SOUTHMINSTERUCW USED and USEABLE SALE THURSDAY and FRIDAY, OCT. 3rd and 4th SOUTHMINSTER CHURCH HALL 4th Ave. and 11th St. South Everyone Welcome BAKE TABLE RAFFLE DRAW DOOR PRIZE WHITE ELEPHANT TABLE SATURDAY, SEPT. 28th to p.m. Y.M.C.A. 5th Ave. and 9th St. S. Sponsored by the LETHBRIDGE SOCIAL CREDIT WOMEN'S AUXILIARY ADMISSION: 50C Tickets available at the door Here's the clearance many people wait for. By Barnes "If you tell me one more time to do something about the grocery bill, I will! 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