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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta April 7, 1972 IV A Calendar Of Local happ u r r VANCOUVER (Cl'i fun- ncla's syslum of allowing unlim- ited patient ni'cess to expensive services could hiinkrupl llic country, an official til Ilio Nnr.scs Association cf Uiitisli Columliin said Hoallli care IKIS become Iho Moniai Angus, past president uf the as- Delation, lold delegates allend- ng an mlerprofes.sional confer- cnee Calling for n public education to set out uHcraativus lo the present system, she said Canada probably has enough doctors already and medical chools need not he expanded. "Do we opt for unlimited ac- cess lo expensive medical .serv- ices and run Die country into Mic proiiml economically? If so, we just need to keep going ay are. "Or if we opt for belter utili- zation and control of hospital, physician, a n d paramedical services, someone hns lo sit down and determine just how many doctors need, whern we need them, and what kind o( pcnscmnel they need for support ervices, "So far, no one lias taken the trouble to do lliis She said the medical and nursing associations are meet- MISS ADEQUATE WIRING Jeanne Wilber, MI Adequalo Wiring of 1972, look lime our 1o remind home owners everywhere thai adequate wiring 15 a safely pre- caution. (AP Wirepholo) iny to di.scuss Hie ol (Lie role ol nurses in ;nul I renting minor health complaints bul said fcci schedules for medical liTalmmt M'cnihl htivo In he reused to pro- vide reduced r riles for ti i.iat- jnent by a mir.sc. otlicrwisi1 ]ia- tiL'iils IHI iru'lincd to de- mand treatment, Iroin tloctors. Loyal Older of Mouse srjual uiul dance will he held on Sal uickiy at p.m. in the MOO-L- Hall. Music hy Or- chestra. Members and im Ann Landers DKAR ANN LANDERS: You've printed lots o[ letters from kids who nrc unliappy because Iheir fntticrs drink. But I don'L ttiink you've ever prinled a teller from a Icen-agcr father .slnpprd drinkinR. Here's one. Ic'or as long ay I can remember my dad and mom had trouble because lie never came home from ivlicn be was supposed lo. Vv'hen he ctid come borne he plopped. On weekends he'd About, a year ago mom [old him lo gel some help and shape up or .she was going to a divorce lawyer. She said it was absolutely his last chance. Well, lhat did it. My life is so different now I can barely believe it. Dad is home after work cvciy nighL at Our whole family has dinner together. I jusL fount! nut he is really smart. He can talk intelligently on many subjects. We never knew il because he never jmulc any sense at night and in (he morning' he was loo hung over lo talk. I'm not afraid lo invite company lo the house anymore, f used to shudder v.ncn my friends came over because I never knew what shape darl be in. When he drinking his language wasn't Ibe best. Last summer we look our firsl real vacalion. We're going lo do il again in July. Life is so great when you have some- thing to look forward lo. T wonder if men who drink realize what a difference their boozing makes to their families. Tell tlicm, will you? Happy Kid DEAR HAPPY KID: You told in a way that 1 never could. You don't say whelher your dnd io AA, a counsellor or [f he cohl. The last approach might seem easiest hut it's the most difficult 11 CAN be done, however. My congratulations to jour tlad and my thanks to you lor a clay-brifililoncr. DEAR ANN' LANDEHS: My Inisand and I have been mar- ried for twelve years. We gel along well logelher and have no problems cnn'L resolve before we turn out Hie light at night. Somclhing is me, however, and I don't want to mention il [o Phil. It's tiis mother's frequent references lo his hair. I'hil is only ni> liul his hair is sail anil pepper. II doesn't bother me in (he least, in [acl. I like il. When we were married he was only and had some gray in his hair even (hen. My mother-in -law implies lhal I am the cause of her son's gray hair. Tor example, she'll say. "Phil, dear, your hair is turning so is your wife worrying you into old agen" Allhovigh she il in a kidding way il irks me. Does gray hair have ;muhin.i; lo do v.ill) worry? Wli.nl should I .say? Al I.uss Fur Woids DIOAH LOSS: III ay hair has nothing lo do vith worrying. It's an inherited Chances are good Ihr.t I'hil is gelling his gray hair from his mollier, nol you, dear Wise him up so UK can tell hei. How much do you know alniul pol, LSD. cocaine, speed, melh, uppers are! downers, glue and heroin? Are all Ihrsc drugs ilaiii'crom? 'Ir-l Ann Landers' new booklet, "Slraiglil Dope Oi) Drugs l-'or rach booklel ordered, send a dollar bill plus ,1 long, envelope with eenls of r I.imps lo Ann Landci.s, Dpx snio, Chicago, 111. A no nonsense approach Io how to deal with life's mosl difficult and most rewarding arrangement. Ann Landers' booklel, "Man-Jape What To will prepare you for beller or for worse. Send your request lo Ann Landers in care of your newspaper enclosing M cents in coin and a stamped, self-addressed envelope. love is... SABlt JStAND AT STAKE cm Allanlic Oecon graveyard of sliips fnr tcnluripv and long o home of wilrf hones and icak, it pn.scd hrlwccn nafure'i forces of coo- ilruclion uncJ dcilruclion. horsci still roorn there, hut olongiicln llicm now ctfK rr.cn drilling for o'l. 60 lure 1o read 'rod Brurmmrr'i of lovely, lonely Snhlc lilcmd, fhii Sorurdoy. IN YOUR IETMDRIDGE HESALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE Man a virus maker? MONTREAL fCPl Man may Ijc n walkitip virus- rnakRr, snys Adolphe Smith, n biophysicisl ami professor at Montreal's Sir George Williams University. In an article to he published In an international journal of microbiology, lie and Dean Kenyon of San Francisco State Umversily Hip thn coin of the current theory that viral infections ;ire caused .solely by germs invading the body when resistance is low. At least some of these infec- tions arc caused by viruses produced within the hotly after it has undergone ilnin- age or stress from the, envi- ronment, they contend. Viruses arc infectious agents thai reproduce in liv- ing colls. "Since Pasteur, man has gone overboard in thinking flprms coinp. from outsirtc." Faifl Dr. Smith in a recent in- terview. However, lie and his col- league do not discount exter- nal (actors iti the cause, of viral infections such as influ- enza and apply their theory only to "latent'1 or non-conta- gions i i i1 uses. Ili3 the exjunplu of n col'l sore. "You hnve a i e c u i r f n t but 131 belv.eui orcnrrc'iu'c.s it. is impossible lo (UMcf l I IIP presfiice of a virus so the infection at the same place presence of a virus so the v i r n s must come from within." Acrordinp (o Dr. Smith's theory, environmental stress sonic cells lo chnnj.'c f inlo viruses and under certain conditions Miesc viruses ap pear "This stress coidd conic from poor living conditions or polluted air which damage thn lungs.11 he said. Thai points, to a need Tor a cleaner world. stress from the environ- I merit does produce viruses in the body, then must ro- j ducc this strc.ss hy cleaning up Ihc environment.11 said Smith. I am sayinp. in cf- feet, is tha( tlic environment is not ,iu5l a factor, Inil the factor i R r o u p s are j making a groat stride in prc- vcnlive medicine because they arr trying (o improve thr ciuirommpiil vhirh phvs such j n preat role in determining I man's health, he i Ilelickali I.odpc will tiolding ils annual roll call an anniversary banquet ot p in. in the IOOF hall. Monday. The regular meeting will fallow ''lth at 0 p.m. Dominion No. 41 MEXICAN PEACOCK WHOLE OR CUT-UP CALIFORNIA CANADA NO. 1 CRISP GREEN HEADS Washed Gems Canada No. 2 B.C. Fancy SUPER SAVER SUPER SAVER SKYLARK MILK LOAF WHITE OR BROWN SLICED 20-oz. net lonf FULL CUT, BONE-IN or ROAST CANADA CHOICE CANADA GOOD BEEF ALL CUTS CANADA CHOICE CANADA GOOD BEEF Safeway All Purpose 1 -Ih. hcrg Casino pkg, of 100 bags 12-oz. nel wl. pkg. Snow Star, A flavours lo choose from 3 pint ctn. Zippy Home Style, Kosher or Plain 48 fl. 01. in or ROAST BONELESS CANADA CHOICE CANADA GOOD BEEF lucerne la-oz. not wt. icir Bel Air Frozen 24-oz. net wl, size Manor House Chicken, Turkey, Beef, Salisbury Steak 11-oz. net wt. pkg, icocl, Woodccres and Slioni- __ roclt rindloss vccoum pcickcd. fc'l tSJ Alberta Fine Granufarod Perky 1 S-oi. net wl. tin Manor House Whole Canada Grade A WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT OIJAN'TIIiES lethbndr-a April 7-8 1960. CANADA SAFEWAY LIMITED ;