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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _______Th.jj.doy, Augutl 31, 1972 THE IE7HBUDGE HERALD 17 Ann Landers DKAR ANN I.AN13KUS: Tills Is lor "Shaky l.udy" five woman who is planning to marry a man who is her that he Is jealous of any male who gives her a second look. was beginning to have doubts alxiut wlKit lilc will he like when she is his wife. Well hold the plwnc, Honey. I can tell you. I was married lo UM same kind for nearly five years, and i( you think you're shaky v.ait a while. Von won't have any friends liecanse your husband will he sure ttiat the male number of any couple you get friendly with is trying to get you in ted. lie will be suspicious of the mailman, (lie grocery boy, tlic cop on the corner, the bus driver, your doctor and minister. If you spend much time on Hie phone any one woman, lic'll begin lo gel funny ideas about 1IKII. loo. If you arc five minutes late lor an appointment you'll gel Ihe third degree. If you are 'en minutes late you'll get called some unprintable names. The strange part of this whole lunatic setup is that while yon are breaking your neck proving you are faithful, he will lie slipping around like crazy. After yon crack up and go for professional help you'll learn that Ihe reason he was treating you so rotlen was because of his own miserable guilt. I know because I've Been 'Hicre DEAIi I.B.T.: You aren't the only one, Lady. At least 100 women wrote to describe what life is like witii an ex- cessively suspicious man. The sail part is that most of these accusatory males are psychologically disturbed awl won't admit it. Some have brain deterioration which could be diag- nosed if they'd go lo a doctor but Ihey won't go. Life with a mate like that can be bell. 1 say "male" because sometimes it's Ihe wife who has the screw loose. banned Disease linked with pregnancy drug BOSTON Research- ers whose studies first linked a synthetic fcmate hormone to cancer in the children of pi-cge- nanl women who look the drug say they hnve uncovered alxjul cases of such since Kinnins their investigations. In 3971. Dr.'-. Arthur Hcrlrtt. Howard lllfekler I) a i- i d working a( Vincent Memorial Hospital in Boston caused a medical stir when they reported finding eight cases of vaginal cancer during which were apparently linked to Ihe hormone diethyls- tilbcslrol, or They said they discovered that in each case, the mothers THE BETTER HALF By Barnes of the cancer patients had re- ceived DKS during pregnancy. They reportcd thei e was a "highly significant Iwliveen I he mothers taking the drug anil vaginal cancer in Iheir young daughters. Dr. Jlcrbst says thai since Hie study appeared, his team has received ELC! confirmed re- ports of about 80 cases of va- ginal tumors in women younger than '25 from throughout the United Stales and i RISK NOT LAUGK i lie said that even though the as of Slilbeslrol, a derivative I of UKS. was widespread in j pregnant women in the late I and early the fact lhat only 80 related cancer cases J have repurlcd would in- cHcate that HIP risk of cancer in Ihe is "so far very larfie "We stiJI rion't know the risk of any young sir! developing lii rn OT r is t; ot ho r took thfi ljut frel i< is 1 he said. Ucrlwt (earn study two signifiranl medical JrnpHca- I SOILS, It is run- rjf Ihe first times that a drug taken by a parenl has linked wilh disease in offspring occurring so many years Infer. And- unlike the cer- vix, cancr-r in the vagina is rare, partic.-ularly in the young. Since the appearance of study, Dr Herb.st says the al- ready declining use of Stllbest- rol in pregnant women ban de- i creasecJ even more, j Canada has recently banned i the iisc of DES in animal feeds. iT RUNS IN THE FAMILY At o recent family reunion, Mrs. Marion Davie has the pleasure of seeing her four granddaughters in their nurses' uniforms. Mrs. Davie, 84, is o resident of Green Acres Lodge, and a nursing graduate from Glasgow, Scotland, The grand- daughters are, left to right, Mrs. Judy Bartel, a graduate of Everett School of Nursing, nursing in Shaney, Wash; Pat Robinson of Lethbridge in her second year of tram- ing ot Calgary General; Mrs, Brenda Davie, o graduate of Saskatoon, Sask; and Donna Flint oft, a graduate of St. Hospital now living in KimberJy, B.C. Mrs. Davie maintains an active interest in the health field, and Is an avid canvasser far the Heart Fund at Green Acres- Jourdan Photo "If'j a letter to her brother. Send it junk mail BACK-TO-SCHOOL SPECIAL! BOYS' AND GIRLS' WATCHES 17 Jewel Movement SANDY'S JEWELLERY 304 On Ihe Second FJoor lo Save You More 5th Street S. Phone 327-4625 _Xf cJLocat Jvappenhiti The Original Pensioners miti Senior Society will visit Browning, Montana, on Wednesday, Sept. 6, to view the two museums. The bus will leave the civic centre al 9 a.m., travel via Card.ston and Ea.sl Glacier, and return to the city at The return journey will llu'ougti Coutfs and a Rtop will he made at that mu- seum also. Members may phone 327-6SHM for reservations. The Oltiman River Potters1 Guild will hold the monthly meeting on Tuesday al p.m. in the Bowman Art Cen- tre. TGAI BACK-TO-SCHOOL SPECIALS! THESE SPECIALS EFFECTIVE ONLY AT CENTRE VILLAGE IGA LETHBRIDGE BURNS TASTY EIGHT WIENERS BULK STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. lo 6 p.i Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. FREE DELIVERY IN THE CITY CHASE and SANBORN COFFEE REG. GRIND 1-lb. pkg. REGAL APPLE and STRAWBERRY JAM 48-oz. tin ALYMER VEGETABLE SOUP 10-fl. 01. 3 for..... CASHMERE BATHROOM TISSUE 6 roll pack GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS 12 IBs..... Back-To-School Sale Continues BOYS' SWEATERS New I Layered look. Turtle or bulton crew neck with long sleeves. Marled color com- binalitons. VM L XI. To fit hcyi 8 lo 18 yeari. BOYS' BELTS M nrl a lo fit the new wide loops. Big color ajiorlmenl. Sizes lo fit 6 year! lo 16 1.07 BOYS' SPORT SHIRTS long sleeves. NovoUy patterns in stripes, checks and dobby look. Polyester cation. For- manont press. 8 lo 18, 2.97 JEANS CuFfed for up-to-l he-minute ilylingl 11 (White back blue denim jeant with 2 fron1 palch pockets, zipper closure open back seam, 28" hot loms with 3" cuffs Siiei 77 2S-30-32 and 34 in osiorl d leg lenglhi. 9.99 PAIR DOUBLE KNIT DRESS PANTS 100% leg rn a variety neat ttylei Solid colors and [acquard pal terns. Siies 8-16. BOYS' SPECIAL [5.77 PR. LOW-CUT STRIPED Canvas Runners A popular jogger ity'8 with .tripes for the whole family. While foxing. Non-slip AoEet. Men's sizei 7-11 ladies' sizes 6-10 Boys' sizei 1-5 .S3. 59 Youths' sizes 11-13 Misses' sizes 11-3 Children's sizes 5-10 STRETCH DENIM JEANS 10O% nylon. Stretch denln look, iean style. Pocket, flar leg, wide loop. Blue only, to 16. S3.99 PR. BRIEFS Choose from (a) Slanfield's 25% polyejtBr, 75% cotton Swin rib hnil briefs con- trast raped and fully elniliciz- ed all around leg. Royal, For- est and Ginger in S.M.L.XL. collectively, [b] Brief" combed cation double lea) brieH in a wfde aitorlrnenl of new shades. Sires are S.M.L. collectively. Reg. 1.00 PAIR FLARE JEANS BUDGET PRICED! collon, sanforized blu danim flared jeans styled with 1 fron I snap llnp pockets Sizes 28-30-32 and 34 in a tarled fea lenglni. ReB, SALE PRICED S2.79 CHILDREN'S POLO JAMAS Two piece. lOO'Vb cotton Suitable for lillle boyi o girlt. Sizes 4 to 6x, 97 MEN'S 100% POLYESTER DOUBLE KNIT FLARE CASUALS Arrow" features W t 1 r n pocket styling, non-roll band, wide bell loops, 1 baeV pockets and finished bottoms. Machine washable, Choose liom diagonal and herring- bone weaves in Vicuna, Sap- phire, Navy, Tobacco, French Navy, Plalinum and Tan. Available In size 39 os II as even sizes 30 lo 38 lectively. Reg. PAIR MEN'S 3-PAK BRIEFS Chooti from cr number of color each with pair of "white" included in the package. Pint qua lily colt on with eln slimed waist and leg bands. Sizes S.M.L Reg. package 3-PAK MEN'S SUEDE SHOES A comfortable, populaf-ilylee iuode shoa for the young mar reluming lo school. Slilchec vamp wElh a ilrap and buckle trim. Foam sole. Auorte colors. Siiei 7-1 1. 7.99 LADIES' SWEATER Long pullover wii ling-zip neck cloture. Styled ipace-dye knit in auorte thadfti, Available in S.M.L. BACK-TO-SCHOOl SPECIAL AT SPECIAL PURCHASE LADIES' and TEENERS' HANDBAGS Clio01 e a style just for Yoi from our super selection o Fall YouH find tatcheM and doubl bags alt price) for bfg savmai. S4.44 SPECIAL PURCHASE WOMEN'S HOUSEDRESSES 10-20, 16'i-24Vi, 46-52. EXCEPTIONAL VALUE "CHARM GIRL" PANTY HOSE Our regular best idling brand of one-iize ilretch nylon ptmty hote available in all-shvcTj nude heel and regular. Color! ara Beige or White, LADIES' SHOES Ladies' leclher-like vinyl in anorred new slylei. Tiff or hook-up oxfardi, or plain colors. Vinyl sole and covered heel. Colon an art- ed, Sizes 5-9. S4.99 NEW! FALL PANT COATS Early amvaJi in our range of pan! coali in meltons and bright plaids. Pictured ti Ihe fathionable KOrf coat in all-pfaid wilh sal in IminO- Plaid lonei of Red, Navy, Put pie, Rust plus inlid melton shade s. Siici avail- able from 10 to IB. BACK-TO-SCHOOL SPECIAL 26.00 LADIES' Polyester Pants See our new fashion flari pants sly lea1 wilh cuffi and a (oke-fly fionL Regular waftt- bond and 74" ffare leg. New weaves and new Fall shades in sizes 10 to 20. 0 1UK 317 5th St S., Open Thurs, and Fri. Till 9 p.m. Al obova witrt wniil. No cuff Phone 327-7331 ;