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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Are ulcers hereditarj-? I say no. My sisier says yes. .is proof, she points to our grandfather who ciied from ulcers, our dad ar.d iwo uncles who now have ulcers and four cousins wiih ulcers. My sister has stomach 5ays she is an ulcer any miuuie be- cause it runs in the family. Please checi around and let us know who is right. Hate Medicine DEAR I.H.M.: The reason certain illnesses seem to run in families is because often pass on to children a ien- dency toward specific organic weaknesses. The psychological aspect is an equally imports', factor in good the lack ci it. Children frequently take on the physical complaints of their parents. Tnis is especially trje of migrate hesdadies. stomach trouble end back prob- lems. Tire mother who lies down during the day because she doesa'i "feel '.rell" has a good chance of producing children ivfco ivill do tne same. I; is a learned response to anierj- and pressure. Parents can do their children a big favor by eliminat- ing the following sentences from daily conversations-, -al "I have a headache." ib'1 "My stomach is ic'i "I dcr. i feel ere. If and have a p-hysica! complaint, itey should keep it to themselves. K E DELAR A.VX LANDERS: I wasn't satisfied vdi ywr smart-aieck answer to that boy whci to say he was making it with rweive gtris ar.d dead -Jrei all the time. He ar.d you gave him I would be gbd to be'.p him os. I am a fellow who isn't makir.-g it wtL- If you will P-t in touch with him I'd be harcy to take over sotae of his obligations. 1 have a Eotorcycie so it's O..K if be lives some distance from me. please :ius socn so hp vili kTiow he has a buddy who w-snts to help. Rancy Of T.L.Q. DEAR RANDY: That kid received dsrens ci offers cf "assistance" from fellows who were willing to come from as far awav as Boise but ;t is not rry policy to put readers in touch uitn ere Trunks for your offer, but DO dice. DEAR ANN LAXDER5: I married a marvelous Fre--'r, g-ir! t--.ii year? ap. V. e ge1. beauiiiuliy. except w-en Nicole is ir. the presenre of v. ho speaks French. Tltey converse a mile a minute ani I left out. I have -.old her this bothers me b-t s're laughs ?-rd she nee-is to prac-tice arc I should .10: mi-d. IVeli. J do mbd. Ant I unreasonable? please advise. Joe DEAR JOE: Buy becks and French. Nicole will probably r-e to help you. Ge: ccir.g. Yoj'il be- glad you did. Investigate mysterious baby deaths LONDON" (API More than apparently healthy babies under two years old die mysteriously fa iheir cols i even" year in Britain End rioc- tors are baffled, the man in- I restigaung the mystery said bare. Charles de Selincourt. chairman of Lbe executive committee of the Foundation j for the of Infant Deaths, said the babies usu- sLiv die in their sleep. Doctors and research work- i ers had ruled oil raffo- cation as the cause of the i deaths snd v.-ere in- i vesiigat-lng theories that virus infections, mili hys- perstnsiiiviry, nramin defi- ciency or respiratory dis- orders n-ere to blaiDe. De Selincourt s-aid the babies apparently no 1 pain and die sithou: crying. But he said inve'tigrforis are hampered because symp- toms develop so ranidly that doctors often have little to eo on. even though some of the deaths occur in bospiials. The deaths to'-al more than one-third of deaths in Britain every year. The a cliariiv, vras set up in H71 :o promote research the mystery deaths and to help the dead intatiis parents. Monday, January t, 1973 THE LrrHBP-ICGE HERALD 13 Turkish wives start parly to develop partnership role ISTAKBUL (AP) -A group of housewives has started a po- litical party for -women. By Turkish standards, that's a sleo forward for womankind, al- though it's hardly a big advance on the liberation front. Eighteen middle-aged women who launched the Turkish Na- tional Women's party a few weeks ago say have re- ceived 2.000 applications for mbsrshiD, of them from men. Mrs. Melike Bayburt. presid- ing officer, ssys, the party's aim is to "mate a stronger Tiiriey i by developing the role of women in Turkish society, in partner- ship with men." She often quotes the country's founder. Kemal Ataturk, who reformed Turkish society after the First TVo-ld War. He took many sreps to improve ine lot of '.vomen. who have been tradi- tionslly sur.iected by Islam to a subsidiary in society. FALL-BACK NOTED Slice then. Turkey has been retreating on the issue of -women's rights, the party main- tains, anc 'he facts tend to con- firm the complaint. Polygamy has increased since 1930. IB 1535, 17 s-omen were elected to the Natural Assembly. Now there are orJy seven Mrs. Baybun. 47. has five grEndchudren. She knows hov; hard ihe life of Turkish Tvomen can be. She was married at J4 and had her firs', child a year later, .-though en? frora an old Ottoman ft.rriiy rel- atively liberal she re- ceived no formal e-v-ic-rtioi as a child. Af'.e: her marriage she anended night classes. ''A', preser.: soraea in Tin-key are -v.-es. cotts and agricultural laborers.7' Mrs. Bsyburt --i-j: they are not cor_siilted decisions are taken. We var.: Her parry, which plans to open branches ir. rij: rrmlnces, ihe of day- care cer-ires and a share of the dKisioi-rr.tJtlr.g for women. Tnere arc -.0 campaign Ln remote vtjErf; educate peasant v.-om fsliilcajly ba- Raquel Welch hits top as worst-dressed woman NUTRITIVE SPREAD Peanut burter is valued a nutritive spread because c: its hjgn tat. protein, nunetal ar.d GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY Mr. end Mrs. J. C. L Gui- 5Z5 Ave. S., their fiCHh redding Thsy ere of ins c-l'-'rer: Nelson of Fresno, Cclir., c- Sz-1 D'egc, Gc'dcn cf Hci c-d c- Cc'gir.-y. TL5 cojpis ros 12 g-crc'c.hilc'rsn J ienaar o ocal naopoiuiial J Or'er.ts" r.. -_-. '.iie church THE BEHER HALF By Barnes Jcnnscn. A. }-l.'.--.-: ITth Womez's Federatirr c: T.ef-dav at St. Ancre-.-'s Fresr-yto-lrj- D at t'te r.crr.c c: I. D. Cr.-jrch v-ill meet Tuesday a: N. :.i5 p.m. lourute. insta-l- Tueri-y Sirni; Phi Ci- Vr.'.1.: 3 m_ -s-iU ncld'a Tuesday at t'.-.c- Itrrc c: v.. Ker-cler- 5 p i- the sr. .Ar: LOS ANGELES r.AP1 Fashion desi.EEer Mr. Elaci- well unveiled Thursday his Ennual list of the 30 mrr.- womeD the year. Ser.-siren Raquel Welch cam-: in iirst. "But. bow do you dress a Sherman Elscrwell Ssid about Miss Welch. Nine of the 10 cmen on me lis-t sre in the enteruaitmeni Pe'id. Toe otner one. Princess came in fourth be- cause she wears "the end of style thai makes London grateful for their fog." BUc'E- ireil said. Ee named Julie Andrerrs the seeond-iror.-; dressed woman, saying: "She dresses iiitc the kir.d of woman every man tor his maiden uncle." "Around in? in 80 mistakes'1 ihe phrase USM to describe rarrrnr. his third chtice. Ftfth is the of Love Sit--'. -5-i MacC-ra-. BlsciT'-ell said "packs all ihe Elamor oi sn old -irorn-nu: ineaier." Bbekirell called actrfJ? Lauren Bacall. No. e. --the epitome oi drab if you want her. lust Toe wife of f-crraer Beatles Tiar John Lennon. Yc-so Cr-3. p'u-ce.a oti list. Trie designer callfc her "a disaster arss in stereo oh no Yoko." "Whether in sporrwear or in cresses she sserns to lack one simple accessory a thrift mart shopping bag." BJtclrwell sad of Os- car---_-_ir.g Qoris Trho vras wearing a brcvm nreed sttii and a giin. said No. 9 Aieris Smith's clothes "have ail {he appeal of Henry Kissinger in an line.'' Comedienne Torie Fields came ir. 10th. BlacbveH de- scribe--i her ES "the Blimp covered in seouins: looks a Fourth of July errjlosion." Liespite these Eoais. some plar.ts oi thf party platform i would hardly the support of manv womsn in the Wast. i 1: tha: -t-mEr. have the duty to "raiss sun; for the na- tion. to the and wants the voi" restricted to citizens cir. roal and write. .As more than 65 per cent of the latter refc-rm could greatH" reduce the ne-.r parr.-'s base. issue of fegalired ibonios as "an cuestior." and to take ;o the street; to demon- Ftraie for tneir rights. VITAMIN C LOST EiDosur? ;o iigh: and T-arm room tenperarure. as -.veil as prolonged bathine in v.aier. de- siroys tie vitamin C cC'-tained in vegetables. UNIT 34 A.N.A.F.- Cot. Ave end 51. E. TUESDAY, JAN. 9th at 8 p.m. IN THE ClUBROOMS 12 Gcmes Rnrt Ccrd SI DO 2f; lit Na. Jnckac! S250 SID Wsekiy 2nd No. Jockpol SSD IntrMsp S5 W-rkiv 6LACKOUT SIM IN 4B NUMBERS OR LE5S TURKTr BINGO Exlro 5 Games Cards 25c eoch or 5 fct Aft regylcr games pay c'ouble if you win in 7 noi. or less. MEMSER5 AND INVITED C-UEST5 "Just tell them I s'fspec in the balh'ub rt-bbsr -L'! o; leave my Trc- meftir.c r: tjve e; io TSer jro lime iik: ts buy a Snow Blower DURING OUR WAREHOUSE CLEARANCE SALE! I H.f. Rsodcr New 0-ly St07 5 H.p. Kcculcr SJ4S. Sew Only meet LI; (111 C __ "_ C i r.-f Ci- .International Harvester is now available! Alberta's new ethno-cultural publication, reflecting the color, drama and richness of our multi-faceted cultural past. CULTURE, YOUTH AND RECREATION MPERIAL'S CLOTH COATS FUR TRIMMED ond PLAIN lo off DRESSES and GOWNS Brand Names SUITS >ME FUR TRIMME V3 off BALANCE OF SLACK SUITS AND SLIMS SKI JACKETS m off AND SPORT JACKETS Off Broken lines of SWEATERS LTD. JtAC', OF BLOUSES AND RACX OF LINGERIE OFF McFARLAND BLDG. PHONE 327-2277 OPEN WED. 9 10 S 30 P.M. THURS. AND FRI. Til P.M. SALE STARTS TUES., JAN. 9 HAND BAGS OFF ;