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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ________________________ Auguit 26, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HtRALD 17 Ann Landers DEAR ANN I.ANDERS: Occasionally you print Do-ll- Yoursclf Test. I ran into a good one last week, A friend sent it. I was resentful at first, but now I realize he was trying In tell mo something. J'lcase print it. The "Am I In Trouble" 'IVsl 1 Alcohol is an addictive drug. True Or False 2. As few as two drinks a (lay can lead to alcoholism. True Or False 3. The attitude of a drinker is as important as the amount he True Or False 4. Some people day normal life. True Or false 5. Moderate drinking will eventually rause physical rtam- age. True Or False 6. Most older people should nil hack on alcohol. True r can't hold their liquor as well as nwsi. True 8. Vodka and gin do not produce hangovers. True Or aS96 Drinking on an empty stomach makes you drunker. True Or False 10. A person who drinks only wine or beer will not be- come an alcoholic. True Or Fake 11. A person who is drunk behaves more like his real self, True Or False la The ideal arrangement for an alcoholic is to set his limit at ODE or two drinks rather than try for total abstin- ence. He will then feel as if he is in control of himself and less deprived. True Or False. Tlie answers are as follows: I. Tnie. Alcohol is an addictive drug. 1 True For some people. But the real question is not how much a person drinks, but how much he depends on it. 3. True. Too many people fail to recognize the importance of their attitude tow.ird drinking. This is what separates the social drinker from the alcoholic. When drinking becomes part of person's life style he is in trouble. 4. False. Heavy drinkers, no mailer how normal they necm, are nol normal. Some people can hold a great deal of alcohol and not show it, hut they can't fool their internal nr- 5 False. Moderate drinking will probably cause no dam- age, even over a lifetime. The problem lies in the interpreta- tion of the word "moderate." fi. True. A heavy drinker who is past 35 v.on'l he able lo handle alcohol as well over the nexl 35 years ......if he lasts lhat 7. True. Women generally weigh less than men. Tlif less a person weighs, the more quickly the Ixxly is affected rn al- cohol. 8. False. This is a lot of malarky. 9. True. Food cushions the effects of alcohol by slowing down the rale at which it ia absorbed by the Ixxly. 10. False. See statement in response lo Number 8. 11. False. Alcohol releases the inhibitions and exposes the mguardcd, primitive man. This does not mean it is his "real" self, but ralher his uncivilized, crude self. 12 False. An alcoholic should not have even one drop of alcohol. Daily Reader DEAR READER: In my opinion the most valuable part of Ihe test is Ihe last sentence in Ihe response lo the third ques- tion. It's worth going back lo and reading again. DEAR ANN LANDERS: My next-door neighbor disciplines her young children by grabbing them by Ihe hair and pulling until they promise to behave. Won't this result in baldness? Upset DEAR UPSET: Probably nol. hut it might result in some- thing worse such as hostile kids who, when they Krow up, will want In pull someone else's hair to make thoin "behave." People who suiter boredom need more enjoy aole stress MONTREAL them and carefully choose an outlet for whatever creative talents they have. i ''There's just as much satie- i faction in being a brick-layer 1 and building well as Mr. and Mrs. Calvin E. [oyment." But loo often work a source of frustration and iiise- j curity, just something else to j put up with like traffic conneslion, pollulion i ence. 'J'lie root of this frustration is the depcrsoniilization of the I individual and the loss of j pride in Individual accom- I plishmenl. "Sure, we're technologically more efficient bill in the proc- ess we have lost personal con- lact." Hr. .Sclye said. "What's flie good of the end product- efficiency-if everyone's un- happy? "I rlon'l know my students any more Wilh audio-visual aifls and bigger classes today, s t n rj e n t s are only faces v.'liurcas when 1 started leach- ing 1 knew by j name j bridge. ler Judith Mary to Mr. Ray mond Joseph Gaslon Bouchard Mr. aM Mrs. no mal- son of Mr. and Mrs. .1. C. .1. S. j idgo are pleased to announce -1 on tha Bouchard. .11 of Abridge. I the scale of mental development, The wedding will lake place I heir only daiigher Barbara thj to >somo. on September 9 at 4 p.m. in Leone to Mr. Richard V, a no wanU Our Lady of A s 5 u m p I i o n Kennedy son of Mr. and Mrs. K IM Church THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "Oh, good You found my HELP US TO HELP OTHERSI The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needt Clolhing, Furniture, Toys, Housnliolil Effecli CALl 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 417 111 AVE. S. For her safety and HARDLITE Lenses mMhnum protection. tS.000.00 wOTMily In fury. Protective Avrifebfe In nfl LONDON1 fCP) The spring of this yoar may well tfn down in liistory as Hie time when tlie final barriers tiiat have prevented women from taking a total share in the life of the British community have tumbled down. Ailsa Stanley of (lie federa- tion of Soroplimist Clulw of Greal Britain ami Ireland, a society devoted largely lo ad- vancing the status of women, summed up the situation: lasl two years have seen a tremendous change in triutitional atlituilcs to women working rurt.side the llome, and n big advance in the ac- I ceplance of joint re.sponsihil- I ity hetv.een husband and wife for home and consequently greater import- ance being given to the ad- vancement ot the wife's car- eer." The 1970s seemed lo be prov- ing the tlccaite of the break- through but developments came thick and thus spring. HNTEII FIXANCK In May, [or instance, came Ihn announcement that women are to be admitted to the London Stock Exchange. When earlier this year amalgamation of Tiritish arid Irish Exchanges into one or- ganization was agreed upon, it meant that all their mcmtxjrs including itozen or so women of provincial exchange would automat- cully iconic meinbers of Irrf m e r g e d organization. The London Kxchiinge's council drcirlnrl tliat this was in effect a vole in favor of admitting applications from women from March, 1EK73. Aaolher (iignificnnt lurrdl has been cleared with the first fiat race For women jockeys unrlcr Jorkey Club In May al Kcmplon Park. TwcU'e race.s for women ri- ders will bt> held in Brilain Ihi.s year. This tireak-lltvoiigh was by Goorlht'w, a point-to-point rider and wife ot a Irainer. ulin unsuc Mssttilly for a jockey's lic- ence in October last year. COI.I.KCKS OI'KN nu-n's colleges al Os- [iinl, Urilain's oldest litlivi-r- Sjh an1 lo mllnil nil- Halliol. [Iriiseii- I'hrisli. Hertford, .Icsus. New Col'icge. C'alh- urine's and Wadhaill. change aims a, increasing the number of u-omen at NOTICE are at present t 368. About one-third of the mag- istrates in Britain now are women, compared with fewer than one-quarter in 1948. Rose Heilbron, formerly re- corder of Burnley in northern Kngland, in January this year the first woman to sit as a judge al the Old Bai- ley. IxHitlon's central criminal court, and Mrs. Myrella i Cohen was appointed in March as a circuit judge under fi new court .system introduced in Brilain. So there now are three full time women judges in the country......the first was Mrs. ustice Lane, who was ap- Mjinted a High Court judge in 965. I.ast year the Methodist Conference, governing body of the Methodist Church in Brit- ain, voted that it was "prac- icable, desirable and timely o women to the minis- This decision to ordain them means that hy 1975 women may be in fuM charge of some Methodist churches. Last year it was announced that one of the country's lnP scientific jobs, the director- ship of the Royal Observa- tory, was to go to a British-born Prof. Margaret Burbirlge, who has done im- portant work on quasi-stellar objects. She takes up her ap- pointment this summer. Meanwhile, n e w legislation lias been encouraging women in Brilain to follow careers. There is legislation to ensure that efpjal pay is Introduced by December, 1975, by which lime men and women must have the same terms and con- ditioas of employment for similar work. Lasl year, the government Introduced legislation under which i! is possible for mar- ried couples, starting in Ihe taxation year, to have Ihe wife's earnings assessed separately from her hu.i band's for income-tax pur- poses. Tlie basic effect of this is a considerable saving in tax for highly qualified profes- sional working women. i Lewis Kennedy. i The wedding will take place on September 9 at p.m. in Mr. and Mrs. 1.. E. Lulwick Patrick's Roman Catholic rtliu nil a. t'- of Uthbridge are pleased to nmrcn announce the forthcoming mar- riage of their daughter, Janice Mildred, to Mr. Richard Pawlak, son of Mr. and Mrs. .1. Pawlak of Calgary Wedding plans to be announc- ed at a later date. Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Erickson of Calgary are pleas- to announce the engage- WII.l. RESIGN KUALA LUMPUR 'AP> M a 1 a v s i a 's first and only woman cabinet minister, Fati- mah Hashirn, said she would re- sign at the end of this year be- cause she was unseated as head of the women's wing of the rul- ing United Malays National Or- ganization. i press, some valve for letting off his steam." Trie key al every level was to know your own limits and not create mental obstacles on which you would only waste energy. "You can't cheat yourself by doing less than you are. capable of.1 Dr. Sclye said. "But you also can't take on more than you can handle with satisfaction because you think society or someone else expects this of you. "Do what you think is is enough.'1 menl of their daughter Pamela Diane to Mr. William Robert Skelton, son of Mr. and Mrs. William P. Skelton, of Lcth- bridfie. The wedding will take place on September 23 at 8 p.m. in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter tiay Saints, Acadin I Drive. Calgary. Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Stevens of Lethbridge are )leased to announce the forth- nming marriage of their laughter Linda Laurene to Mr. Thomas Patrick Wavrecan. son of Mr. John Wavrecan of Cole- man. The wedding will take place on September IB al 2 p.m. in Our Lady of Assumption Roman Catholic Church. Mr. and Mrs. John Peto are pleased to announce the forth- coming marriage of their daughter Sharon Ann to Mr, Gary John Robaly. wedding will take place NOW YOU ARE FINISHED SCHOOL And Dciiri toe Learn a Prafesilon WHY NOT BECOME A HAIRDRESSER We have 3 fully qualified full time Instrue- treiei and we teach all pHaias of beauty culture, hair ttylrng and cutting, bleaching, tinting and permanent waving. You'll enjoy our new remodelled and air-conditioned xhool. A profesiional beaulfclan pays high- er than Ihe average and opporto- nltiet are unlimited. Fi" Ou' Alberto B.auty School Payment Thi, Coupon 5th St. S., Lathbridge I For Mori .NAME I ADDRESS Low Monthly Information (CITY Specializing In fitting of Eye Doctor'i prucriptiom frtxilplltm lunglMtM Chllir. MagmfUil OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. 308 -7th ST S IETHBHIOGE Phone DIAMOND HEADLINER-This diamond ornament from Swhierland is really a walch bracelet fashioned fro in highly polished white gold with a lapis laiuJi dial, white sapphire glass and n wreath of 44 sparkling marquise- Oiapod diamonds, H was one of The 30 designs selected by Diamonds-International for iheir annual awards the Oscars of the jewellery industry which were presented in Los Angeles this week. H. W. MATHESON CorMiod Hearing Aid ArlHioloqiil WILL NOT ot on Thursday, Sept. 7th next visit to Lrthbridga will h.i Sept. 1 4th PARKSIDE COIN-OP LAUNDRY DRY CLEAN 2634 SOUTH PARKSIDE DRIVE SUMMER HOURS IN EFFECT UNTIL SEPTEMBER 17 LAUNDRY SECTION- 8 A.M. TO II P.M. EVERYDAY DRYCLEAN SECTION- 8 A.M. TO 6 P.M. EXCEPT SUNDAY AND HOLIDAYS 12 INGLIS WASHERS Big 12-lb. Inglii woih loti of hot, loft water to got dothei elcon Inpjii gi Inglii ha oft 32 gallon! of 7 riiuei- 6 iprny woler per load ond de Inglit ciro. lelf cleaning 6 INGLIS DRYERS lngli< Dryort hold up to wajher 4 ESTATE DRY CLEANERS Quality dry cleaning by the load JHOP ATTENDED DURING DRY CLEANING HOURS PHONE 327-0811 BEGIN YOUR BETTER TO-MORROW TO-DAYI Earn More! Qualify Easily! THROUGH SECRETARIAL TRAINING ENROL NOW DAY SCHOOL FALL TERM STARTS SEPTEMBER 5 AND ANY MONDAY THEREAFTER A.C.C.C. DIPLOMA COURSES rj-ere s an amazingly wonderful fulure just waiting for you. Welcomo ir tha vvoy you should! Are you going lo satisfied with just a "good" job? Or do yoj want o really SATISFYING REWARDING POSITION? Do yoL' wont lo use all your natural abilities !o earn what you deserve? Now is the time tn moke this Wilh Ihe lightening job jiluation, complete training is o must! APPROVED FOR STUDENT LOANS HENDERSON COLLEGE Of BUSINESS (LETHBRIDGE) 502 F. W. WOOLWORTH BIDG IETHBKIDGE, ALT A PHONE 327-3948 RES 3J7-5B2S Day 3t Cou ;