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1 ytixTv? THE TENNESSf AN, Sotunfof, April 24, 1975 15 JMvM Ml) j ' " If Young Man Needs Blood Pressure Test Staff photo by Robert Johnson 'rp j?- Choir Strong Pi trh I n emers e Castner-Knott Teen Board participating in the "Pitch rilLnin. n" program sponsored by the U.S. Brewers' Association, and Clean-Up . Day, today, sponsored by Make Nashville Beautiful are, from left, Diane Childress, Lee Ann Floyd, Diana Freeze, Charlene Simpson and Lissa Frankenbach. Bob Knight, at right, is a member of the board of Tennessee Beautiful board and representative of the Brewers' . .. Association. You Can Beat That Onion Smell pjgjr With a Raw Potato or a Lemon Did you know that onions should never be stored with potatoes? The United Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Association tells us it's because the onions take on moisture from the potatoes and thus decay quickly. Onions may be refrigerated or kept at room temperature, but keep them dry. Of course you have your own favorite dishes made with onions.In fresh chicken and onion stew, a great dish for right now, there are plenty of onions and they lend great character to a fine family recipe. Here are some other interesting tips about onions. Did you know that you can remove the odor of onions from a knife by running it through a raw potato? If you are bothered by tears when you chop onion, try chilling them first, and the tears will not flow. Got a fresh lemon in the refrigerator? Then you're ready to remove onion odors easily from your hands. Just rub onion-y hands well with lemon juice before washing them, and it should do the trick. FRESH CHICKEN AND ONION STEW 3 tablespoons butter or margarine, divided IV2 teaspoons salt, divided V4 teaspoon pepper, divided 1 broiler-fryer chicken, cut in serving pieces 1 tablespoon paprika 12 small fresn white onions 2 tablespoons chopped celery leaves . ... V2 pound mushrooms, sliced 2 cups diagonally sliced celery 1 can (13 ounces) chicken broth Vt cup dry white wine Vi teaspoon dried leaf thyme 2 tablespoons flour Vz cup sour cream Melt 2 tablespoons butter in Dutch oven or large skillet. Sprinkle 1 teaspoon salt and Va teaspoon pepper over chicken. Brown chicken in butter; remove. Stir paprika into butter, adding remaining 1 tablespoon butter. Add onions ana celery leaves, cover and cook over low heat 5 minutes. Add mushrooms; cook 5 minutes. Return chicken to Dutch oven. Add sliced celery, chicken broth, white wine, remaining lk teaspoon salt and Va teaspoon pepper, and thyme." Cover and simmer 25 minutes, until chicken is tender. Mix together flour and sour cream, stir into chicken mixture. Heat. Serves 4. Announcement The University School spring carnival will be held Tnursday from noon until 8 p. m. at the school at Nineteenth and Edgehill Avenues, instead of Tuesday, as previously announced. During The Next 3 Days Only, We're Offering Our Complete Inventory of Designer Wigs at WOW Prices." We're At Tired Of This Inflation Thing As You Are And For 3 Days We Will "Quit" Our Regular Mark. UP- OVER 2,000 WIGS IN ALL STYLES AND COLORS... PRICED ELURA WIGS . . . By MONSANTO VEciw REGULAR $25.00 NOW 95 OTHERS... REGULAR $E88 $20.00 NOW REGULAR OO $15.00 NOW HAIR PIECES & n y2 PRICE wig boutique NOTHING HELD BACK ALL 2,000 WIGS AND ALL STYLES & COLORS MUST BE SOLD. HOURS: MON.-SAT.10A.M..9.-30P.M. SUNDAY 1P.M.-6 P.M. RIVERGATE MALL By LOUIS NICHOLAS Four works of substance performed by the Fisk University Choir in Memorial Chapel Thursday night gave the 46th Annual Arts Festival a strong musical sen-doff. Robert Mauch was the musicianly and firm, vet gently commanding conductor who achieved excellent results with the 47-voice choir, an orchestra of some 30 professional musicians, Bernard Hunter, organist, and with Anne Gamble Kennedy, as piano soloist in Beethoven's Choral Fantasy. SCHUBERT'S MASS in G major is one of the loveliest settings of this liturgical text. It is so pure, serene, and simple. The performance was gentle and affectionate, but never lacked strength and clarity. Soloists Donna Mchlroy, soprano; Woodrow Calhoun, tenor; and Willard Hill, bass, gave a beautifully balanced and warm performance of the "Benedictus" and other solo portions. Three sections of John W. Work's Isaac Watts Contem Dlates the Cross were sune. Each of them featured soloists (Ardith Arnelle, so prano; Marva Campbell, alto ; Oral Moses, bass) , with the chorus having a mostly responsory role. The set tings are modal in charac ter. The rich orchestration, of Brahms' Schicksalslied clothed the winey harmonies gloriously. One understood no more than three words of the German text, but the sound was appealing, as it was also in Beethoven's Chora Fantasy a fairly extended work featuring Mrs. Kennedy in an impressive performance of the important piano solo part. The work, with its choral finale, proved to be a sort of dress rehearsal for Beethoven for the composition of his Ninth Symphony. Seminar Scheduled A nursing seminar entitled "Action-Reaction" will be held from 8 a.m. until 3 : 45 p. m. Friday, May 2, at the University of Tennessee, Nashville. The one-day seminar is designed to introduce nurses to the disorders of the endocrine system and how to recognize and treat these disorders. Some of the topics to be covered include "Diabetes," "Hypoglycemia" and "Thyroid Storm-Adrenal Crisis." The program is spon'sored by the Critical Care Pro gram, a continuing education activity of the Division of Nursing at UTN, and the Tennessee Hospital Association. The fee for the program is $7. The program is approved ior .o continuing eaucauon units. By PETER J. STEIN-CROHN, M. D. Dear Dr. Steincrohn: When does high blood pressure usually come on? My husband who is 38 thinks he is too young to have it. So he won't go to a doctor to check on it. I tell him he should because of his family history. Both his father and uncle had strokes when they were in their 50s. A much older brother has already had a heart attack. Is it true that hypertension is a problem only for people who are in their 60s and over? Is the fact that my husband has no symptoms a guarantee that his blood pressure is all right? I hope you can convince him to nave an examination. Mrs. F. COMMENT: Is your husband black or white? The reason I ask is this : Although hypertension is a potential menace to whites, it is even more so in blacks. The racial difference is most important: high blood pressure in black patients who are under the age of 50 carry a risk of death six to seven times higher than in white. Evidently, hypertension is more prevalent and more severe in the black race than in the white. But whichever is involved, the earlier the diagnosis and treatment, the better. Especially, Mrs. F., when there is such a poor family history in your husband's case. It's true that high blood pressure often hides behind a mask. Some patients may have no symptoms at all. No headaches, no vision problems, no shortness of breath. Yet. if allowed to go un diagnosed and untreated, later examinations may show serious complications. There may be damage to the fundi (back of the eyes); electr ocariocrraDhic changes, evidences of kidney damage and coronary trouble. I hope I have convinced your husband to get a checkup in spite of the fact he is not yet 40. As I said, early diagnosis and treatment will prevent early complica tions. Medicaletfes Dear Dr. Steincrohn : Soon I must accept or decline my husband's birthday gift a full face lift. I am 54 and according to my physician, in good physical condition. However, I nave many wrinkles and a double chin that make me appear 10 years older than I am. I exercise and eat properly, but nothing seems to help. My husband agress that I would benefit from a face lift; that it would restore my self-confidence because I "What To Do For Chronic Anxiety." For a copy write him at this paper enclosing 50 cents in coin and a stamped, self-addressed envelope. Medicine will be much more attrac tive. I could even find a job more easily. I want to please him and myself. Yet, I am cowardly about major surgery, we have had a top plastic surgeon recommended to us by our family doctor, we have seen the marvelous results of his work. If I asked you for a yes or no vote, how would you vote? Mrs. B. COMMENT: I'd vote yes. Incidentally, be thankful for an understanding and sympathetic husband. Many women whom I have advised to have plastic surgery had no cooperation whatsoever from their husbands. For Mr. H.: What do I think of sleeping on a bed-wedge made of foam rubber for a patient with hiatus hernia? Fine. You may still need an extra pillow or two to make you comfortable. Few of us are free from anxiety. What counts is how anxious we are, says Dr. Steincrohn in his booklet, TRUCKLOAD ALE 4'x8V PER SHEET SALVAGE PflflELinG CEflTER 1300 N. Gallatin Rd. Madison ,n -mmm Open till 5 P.M. Daily & till 7 P.M. on Mon. & Fri. Famous University proves MIRACLE-GRO produces more vegetables - .'" I 0 compared to "once-a-season" timed release plant food. 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