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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Thundny, Auguil 19, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 21 Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: My wife insists she has no drink- ing problem because shn not touch beer or whiskey only wine. This woman has not made any sense after p.m. for the last five years. The nonsense and mushy language starts alter her second glass of wine with dinner. She gets so blotto I suspect she might be sneaking a few in before I get home. Her strongest argument is that she grew up with wine (French family) and the real drunks arc Americans who do not know how to handle alcohol. She also points out that there is no skid row in Paris, as in Chicago, New York and San Francisco. I'd like to hear what you have to say although my wife does not care for your views on this subject because she says you are a well-known dry and a little nutty on the subject. By Tlie Vine DEAR TANG: One of the greatest myths of all time is that people who "grow up with wine" know bow to handle it. Alcoholism is France's Number One health menace. Those beautiful vines that produce over 50 million dollars a year in revenue have also produced serious problems financial, moral and physical. Here are some statistics: Tlie average Frenchman drinks more than any other citizen o[ any other country about 65 gallons of wine a year. (Cirrhosis of the liver kills more than Frenchmen a year, ten times tJie death rate for cirrliosis in tlie United States.) One-third of all traffic acci- dents and two-thirds of all industrial accidents in France are caused by drinking. Alcoholics account for from 30 to 40 per cent of all non-surgical hospitalization in La Belle France. So the next time someone tells you people who grow up with wine know how to handle it and never get drunk, I hope you will set them straight. Continuous drinking of al- cohol, whether it's fine wine or rot-gut gin, takes its toll and the effects are the same for the colonel's lady or Judy O'Grady. They are, as tlie poem goes, sisters under the skin. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I recently learned that a friend of mine is taking gold shots for arthritis. She is a college graduate, middle-aged and reasonably bright. Is this proce- dure considered ethical or is tlie doctor a quack? The shots cost close to S40 eadi and if my friend is being hood- winked I'd like to tip her off ajid report the doctor to the local medical society. I have never heard o[ gold shots and they sound phony to me. The woman does know I am writing, therefore 1 will not sign my name, but believe me, I am Sick DEAR WORRIED: My consultants tell me Uiat gold in- jections arc a recognized form of treatment for rheumatoid arthritis. Although there might be a difference in opinion re- garding the effectiveness of these shots, it is routinely used by highly respected physicians. (P.S. to all you rheumatics out there: Please DON'T write and ask me who in your area gives gold shots. Call your county medical society. I am not recommending this treatment nor am 1 equipped to recom- mend doctors who give it.) MARQUIS BEAUTY SALON Marquis Hotel Bldg. Phone 328-6023 Gcrda Huising Wish to announce that Gcrda Huismg will join their staff on August 24th Gerda has 3 years experience and welcomes her friends and former cus- :h.: torners lo the Marquis. PHONE 328-8023 FOR APPOINTMENTS ADULT EDUCATION EVENING CLASSES IMPROVE YOURSELF Apply your free hours lo winning higher pay, more opportunily to advance. Learn your way ahead! Then lake a new position, wilh the help of our free Place- ment Office. Or, if already in an office, gain promo- lion. Some of our Night School Graduates have ad- vanced in salary in a year. Hundreds of am- bitious men and women have improved their prospects in this way- Beginning and advanced courses offered: 1. 2. and Key Ma n u 3 Advanced Classes are offered Monday and Wednesday evenings, from to 9iOO. Moderate tuition, includes all school privileges. Attractive modern quarters, co-educational. Courses geared to current needs of leading firms. Open new vistas for yourself I NEW CLASSES WILL BEGIN ON SEPT. 1 Acl now to see if you should enroll. Mail blank below, phone, or visit the school. Guidance counselling is avail- able on request. Do not let Sept. pass without a decision, which can change your life. HENDERSON COLLEGE OF BUSINESS (LETHBRIDGE) 201 WoolwoMh Bldg. Lethbridge Phone 327-3968 PI PCI so send mo, without obligation, Information Re- gcireiing your Nighl School Clones. Name Address City College course on women offered at Montreal's Loyola MONTREAL, fCP) Wom- en's Lib adherents and mem- bers of tlie other second sex will both be welcome at Ixiyola College's new course on women in modern society, says Prof. Margaret Andersen. Both types probably could use the information that tlie course this fall will provide, she ex- plained in an interview, "but it is not a course on the Wom- en's Liberation Movement. Prof. Andersen plans to ex- plore women's economic, politi- cal, legal and social status in 24 classes with the aid o[ panels, small discussion groups and special lecturers. There will be lots o[ opportu- nity for critical analysis of women and their relationships to the chucrh, m r. n, children AARN I i scheduled and themselves one reason different Ijcca'i.w of my own course on women "c ex- why Prof. Andersen hopes to have til least 50 per cent men students. For research material [or her lectures. Prof. Anderson had to turn to the 100-odd U.S. universities which offer ilar courses. COUI1SE Dll'TEIIENT background which is literary peeled to din up their own re and international." search. Prof, Andersen, wiio is (Icr-, "1 v.ould want the student's man-born Md )jas taught in own conclusion.; and comments Tunisia, Ethiopia and the U.S., has been in Loyola's depart- sim- rncnt of French studies [or six years. She is the only woman asso- "Thcre nvs'l many Cana-1 ciale professor of 44 on slaff- dian publications on this sub- jcct, although there are quite a sitralion which she describes as ''pretty representative of a few I in'university life." "Probably my course will be Students enrolled in the and not a rewrite of what is' available in the library." If good material is turned in Prof. Andersen plans to try to have it published. A.s she says. "It would be in- teresting to piocluce a collec- tion of essays, an anthology of writings on this question of women." OJuest speakers v.ill include Dr. Xathalie Sliain'jss, a New V o i1 k psychiatrist known for her writings on feminine psy- chology a u 1 h o r Sux.annc far-. adis who will discuss the role of women in novels; Judge Je- anne Warren of Quebec Welfate Court and Dr. Mary Daly, a nun, theologian and as- soriate professor at Boston Col- kpe. Dr. Andersen says she is nei- lijer an aclive nor pa.s s i v p men.bcr of a women's lib (jut "Cm thankful that .1 liiM'j Ijil of noise is be- ing nidde "Salaries for w o m c n are Iciwer, uhic'n is vnjusl, most of the important positions are held by ni'.'ii. which t don't think i-; right, and women don't play an mipitrianl role in poli- lic.'. "Also the n- or Id tliat men created is not all that good. If vomeii played a mort important role. 1 wonder it world couldn't IIP a bil Helen Palmer, assistant di- rector of medical nursing, The Hospital for Sick Children, To- ronto, is to be the chairman of the Soulh District Alberta Asso- ciation of Registered Nurses' two-day workshop on Infection Control. The two day workshop will be held in Medicine Hat Sept. 15 and 16. Further information may be had by contacting Mrs. Dorothy Orr, treasurer, AARN, District Executive Committee, South District, Brooks, Alberta. Family Y registration Aug. 26-31 Registration week for the new fall programs at tlie Lethbndge Family Y will begin Aug. 36. Registration times are as fol- lows: Aug. 20, and 27 6 to 9 p.m.; Aug. 28, 9 a.m. to noon; Aug. 30 and 31, 6 to 9 p.m. All registrations will be taken at the front desk of the Leth- bridge Family Y offices, 515 9 St. S. All members and prospective members are required to pre- register for these classes. Phonn I Course dosircd I Love Is booklets Due to customs difficulties, and monetary exchange, readers are asked to send re- quests [or the 'Love Is' car- loon booklet directly to Los Angeles Times Syndicate, Times Mirror Square, Los Angeles, Calif. 90053. Those renders who have sent in to The Her- ald will have money refund- ed and are thanked [or their interest in this feature. The booklets are now printed and available. love 75... buying him a. treat wil.lt pocket money, Sale Dales am Aug. 17 lo 21 We reserve the right to limit quantities SPECIAL LISTERINE ANTISEPTIC GET ONE FREE! ARRID EXTRA DRY ANSODENT AURORA HOT PANTS PANTY HOSE BUY ONE- GET ONE FREE! First Quality. One Size Fits All. SUPER SPECIAt CURIH ADHESIVE TAPE fray. CLinacmoMJtE BAND-AID Variety Pack Sugg. 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