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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Mxuar, J, THf liTHMIDGI HEKAID 19 'Value'Village WHAT'S A POOR MUTT TO not easy to keep about the snow and ice. Just let them try it down here your temper when you hear all thesa humans complaining where 1 ami__________________________________________ Cabinet receives Urifarm brief Drug clinics recommended for users EDMONTON (CP) Drug users should be forced to attend clinics to learn the possible re- sults of their habits, women of Unifarm have told the Alberta cabinet. ACW head favors union NIAGARA FALLS, Ont. (CP) _ Mrs. W. G. Waugh of To- ronto, president of the Anglican Church Women, said here the group's integration into the body of the church will be a slow process by parishes at their own speed and does not mean-women will have to give up .their separate groups. The ACW was formally inte- .grated into' the general synot .during the 25th session. ACW program will be transferred to the church's projects. "The aims are really to avoic duplication of money, time an< women power and to provide the opportunity for men, women and young people to work to- gether for the she said in an interview. "We want to make sure tha the most able person is in a po- sition to do a job on the basis o her talent, not her sex." The ACW has been one of thi major fund raisers for the church synod. During 1969 i contributed to wan work in Canada and fo work overseas. "We suggest the government, I co-operation with the medical rofession, should establish inics for the treatment, ther- py and instructions of drug the wives of Alberta's argest farm organization said n their annual brief to the overnment. "This would provide drug, sers with the knowledge of the possible results of their habits, which we believe to be our best weapon for fighting and stop- ing drug misuse.-" The brief also suggested the government make it mandatory or all medical staff to report suspicion of child-beating. "Beatings are often reported as accidents and very seldom is there investigation that gives iroof to the contrary." The brief requested medical care insurance be expanded tc include injectible drugs and materials, drugs or medication supplied directly and charged 'or by nurses or physicians. The womens, group advocated Available At BENEFIT SHOES LTD. 615 4th Ave. S. Phono 327-7300 OPEN THURS. AND FRI. TILL 9 P.M. the education portion of property ax be removed for those over 65 who are receiving supplem- entary old age allowances. love 2S... .1 letting Km use the bathroom first. The prevention of the sell-ou of Alberta funeral businesses t foreign interests was also r quested. Ann Landers Featuring Alberta Gold Products OPEN THURSDAY and FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. Alberta Gold; Whit, or Brown RDF AH DRtnv rucccc CllfFf VllLLjL JLIVLJ MARGARINE DRINKS Alberto Gold; Alberta Gold; 43.0, Alberta Gold Grade 'A' Small 1 I 4 for I 3 1 8-oz. pkg. for Mb. Alberta Gold 20-lb. bag Cn66S6 Alberta Gold 2-lb. block Alberta Gold Book Matches 4-lb. container GM 4 95C Alberta Gold, F QQf evaporated 16-oz. tins J for Q7V SOUP and SODAS HEINZ ft Toronto 1 jOUp lO-oi. tins ft Christie's Sodas pkg. ICE CREAM Alberta Gold 3 pt carton WANTED MOTOR HOME RENTAL PARENTS! Do you need a break? Attend the FILM FESTIVAL Sponsored by SOUTHERN ALBERTA COUNCIL FOR EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN CATHOLIC CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL Wednseday, .February 3rd 7.30 jj.m. SPECIAL GUESTS: Dr. O. P. Larson, Supt. of Schools Dr. D. McPherson, Public School Board Dr. S. Perkins, University of Lethbridge Mr. J. Boras, SeparaX School Board Mr. R. Gall, Director of Special School Services THE PUBLIC IS CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND DEAR ANN LANDERS: 1 am a 50-year-old widow with two married children and three grandsons. I am writing to you because I am alone and desperate for someone to talk Yes I have a long list of friends most of them the same friends I've had for 35 years. I grew up in this town. I have plenty of relatives, too. But an extra woman is ex- cess baggage these days. It's the extra man everyone is looking for. Lately I've been thinking some terrible thoughts. I find myself wishing some of my smug, happily married women friends would outlive their husbands by just one year so they'd have some understanding of what it's like to be a widow. Yesterday I decided I couldn't bear another Saturday night alone so I decided to invite a few couples to my home for dinner. Here are the responses. First couple: "Sorry, we are going up north in our camp- er. But please try us again." Second Couple: "My husband is on a special diet. He can't have salt. If we came for tinner you'd have to cook special for him. Then I'd liave to invite you back. I don't use salt at all. That means I'd have to cook special for you. Bla, bla, bla, bla Third Couple: The husband answered, "I don't enjoy going anyplace with my wife, but I'd like to come over and have coffee with you Sunday morning while she's in church. Please don't mention this to her. She wouldn't understand." Fourth Couple: "My husband is drinking again. If you have us to dinner you'll serve cocktails and he'll be drunk the whole weekend. I can't take the chance." So, Ann Landers, I put the beautiful steaks back in the freezer and decided to fry an egg and watch TV. And now, as I sit here looking at the four walls, the warm, friendly words I heard so often after my husband's funeral are still ringing in my ears: "If there is anything we can do for you just let us know." Let 'em know, will you, Ann? DEAR SOLO: You did. And I thank you. DEAR ANN LANDERS: TITO months ago our little girl died of a heart defect. She was only a few weeks old so we didn't have much time to love her. Many of our friends have small babies. Since we lost our wee angel we have not been invited anywhere. I could not understand why we were suddenly cut off. My cousin told me yesterday and I am in a state of shock. It seems our friends all have babies. They are afraid we will be-reminded of our tragedy and the wounds will be re-opened if we see how happy they are with their little ones so they don't invite us. Please, Ann, tell everyone who has this mistaken notion that they are not doing us a kindness. In fact, just the opposite is true. We have lost our child and we have accepted the loss as part of our lot. Now we are lonesome and we want to be around our friends. Thank you. Montana. DEAR BILLINGS: Here is vour letter and I hope your friends see it and include you once again. Thanks for writing. A letter such as yours can help to educate millions. 69< Peas; Corn; Mixed Vegetables Peas and Carrots Alberta Cold ft 1 Aft ....._.....Mb. pkg. Miracle Whip 69c m I Cookres Christies; Oreo or Choc. 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