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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Cancer program planned TORONTO (CP) The Cana- dian Cancer Society is planning a new campaign beginning in the fall to educate the public about cancer. Television, radio, fiJm strips and pamphlets will be among aids used to get the message across, with a strong emphasis on health protection. Dr. A. J. Phillips, publuc edu- cation director, said the society long has wrestled with the prob- lem of how to warn people about cancer sufficiently to make them take action, yet not scare them to the point where they will not visit a doctor. Earlier campaigns in the society's 35-year history have placed emphasis on danger sig- polls indicated, just scared on safeguard measures, which pro- duced a lukewarm response. The new program, for which a maximum has been set aside, will combine the two approaches but treat them in greater depth. Dr. Phillips said: "It looks as though there is no one way to educate Canadians about can- cer. Some people don't even want to read about cancer but others respond positively to fear. Mdoy, 27, 1973 THE UTHBRIDGI HttAtO Ann Landers Eye testing A program of visual screening in Etobioke- Ont., public and separate schools is finding between five and 10 per cent of children tested have hidden sight defects. At Braeburn Junior School, Jgcqueline Lumsden, age 5, left, waits patiently while her six-year-old friend Kim McLeod is tested. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I was a virgin until I was 22. Suddenly I became prom- iscuous and wild. I had no self-respect whatever. A good friend suggested psychiatric help. I've been going for several months but I lie to the psychiatrist and have been trying to seduce him even though he is not my type. I just want to see if I can do it. My Number One lover is a married man who refuses to leave his wife, even though he adores me. I am too weak to let him go. I am terrified of being lonely again. I hate myself and am trying to climb out of this pit of des- peration. What is my sex DEAR ANN LANDERS: I know you are not a bulletin board for public announce- ments, but one paragraph in Ann Landers's column does more good than a long article in the rest of the paper. Will you please urge par- ents to have their children immunized against measles as soon as they are one year of age not earlier. Measles "Give us coffee to match our mountains" ant coffee v. j -f Rich and bold as the West itself and with good reason. Because Nabob West is specially blended to please our Western coffee taste. When you see the colourful Western scenes on the labels, you know there's a mountain of real coffee flavour inside f hangup? I believe you know more than m-cst doctors, Ann. Throw me a life-line. Lou DEAR LOU: You are a sick cookie, but an honest one. Moreover, you seem to have some insight into your problem. A sense of worth- lessness usually goes back to childhood. You sound like a girl whose father was cold and detached. You are prob- ably searching for his love in other men. Stop lying to your psychia- trist. If you don't level with him you are wasting his time and your money. And if you do succeed in getting him on the couch, change doctors be- cause he won't be able to help you. is a serious disease and may result in death or mental re- tardation. A vaccine that gives permanent protection has been available for ten years but still a shocking number of children are stric- ken with measles and die from it. Some parents confuse the measles vaccine with the m- noculation for German meas- les. There are two separate illnesses and there are ex- cellent vaccines for both. Please, Ann, help us help the children of the world. C.M.R. (Public Health M.D.) DEAR DR. R.: Here's your letter. And now a word from Ann Landers: If your child has not been vaccinated for both kinds of measles, take him to your family doctor at once. Two shots will protect him against these diseases for the rest of his life. If you do not have a family doctor or canaot afford the price of a visit right now, call your aty or county health depart- ment. Ask vr'-en yc1' csn bring your child for children) in for these vaccinations. They will cost you nothing. Can you think of a better bargain today? I can't. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am a 14-year-old boy and an only child. I love my moth- er but I cannot respect her. Mom got a divorce five years ago and She has had five different men living here since that time. I am so embarrassed when my friends see these differ- ent guys that I could just die. They've got to know what is going on. What do I say when they ask questions? What will they i think of me having a mom who lives like this? Please help me. I feel I'ery alone j -A.C. DEAR A.C.: You are not j responsible for what your i mother does, so get thaf through your bead once and for all and most of your prob- lem will be solved. When kids ask questions, simply tell them. "He is my moth- er's friend.'' Make no apol- ogies and don't feel that you have to defend her or your- seJf. Of course it's a terrible sit- uation, bat you didn't create it and you can't correct it. If misery loves company, it might help to know you have plenty these days, according to my mail. DEAR ANN LANDERS: A friend of mine who works in a store forged a check. This is what happened and she needs to know if she did something illegal. As a joke. Mary wrote out a check to herself for and signed Barbara's name to it. She then told Barbara what she had done, put tne check in the cash register and Barbara because it didn't seem quite so funny after they had a good laugh. Mary is getting uptight and needs lo know if she has done some- thing criminal. Don't forge! she gave Barbara in cash to make thing? kosher. in the al w For Mary DEAR MED In 1he Mure I Mary can think of something better to do for bugbs than forge checks She i' not in the clear if some- one al the hank quesJams the signal wo If Barbara a "-all. it's to her to O K "ip Mcnaluro. on ihp fsrl ihal Mary gaie her 1hp Arm lenders ge myths. it? realities. 3jcarn 1be facia by "Roore AixS -For Tfen-ApCTS Only'' by Ann Lenders. Send in win anrl a long .Damped, Mil- addressed envelope. i GOOD FOOD COSTS LESS VALUES EFFECTIVE TILL SATURDAY APRIL 28th CLOSING CANADA GRADE A BEEF CHUCK ROASTS or ROUND BONE SHOULDER Ib. IMPORTED WHOLE OR HALF LAMB LEGS Ib.................... 79 TOMATOES RED, RIPE CANADA NO. 1 GRADE Ib SWEET, JUICY MEDIUM SIZE VALENCIA ORANGES KRAFT CANADIAN PROCESS CHEESE SLICES 2-lb. net wt. pkg.......... 1 .49 100% PURE VEGETABLE L-BRAND MARGARINE FACIAL TISSUE CANADELLE 2 pkoi. TOMATO KETCHUP LOBLAWS OR HIGH PARK SLICED PEACHES CONTADINA CHOICE GRADE 28 fl. oz. tint WHITE SWAN ASSORTED PAPER TOWELS 2 roll pitas ;