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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, March 22, 1974 THE LETHBHIDOE HERALD 21 ON YOW MFM. THESE FOOD VALUES CENTRE VILLAGE IGA AND MARTENS IGA COALDALE VALUES EFFECTIVE FRIDAY and SATURDAY March 22nd and 23rd We reserve the right to limit quantities. Shop IGA Every Week For Many More Food Values! FREE DELIVERY Waiting for an answer Stephen and his parents, Ray and Sara Souther- age 10, was found to have a tumor, had an operation land wait to find out whether ot not he will be the and has been symptom-free for two years. Doctors third son to have cancer. Another son died in 1969 found a tumor in Stephen's leg which they suspect is of lymphatic leukemia. Stephen's brother Michael, cancerous. Articles needed for newsletter Ann Landers Source, Alberta Women's Newsletter, is in search of women throughout the province to contribute information and articles to the newsletter, to find women interested in working on its preparation, and those who would like to receive it. The newsletter aims to be a reflection of opinion, comment, ideas and information of, and for, women in the province, especially those in rural areas. It hopes to establish a strong communication, network, with publication to take place throughout Alberta on a volunteer basis and workshops to be held to enable women to prepare the newsletter themselves. Articles are needed for the first publication early in April, as are comments of Alberta women regarding the project. Interested women Egg season When new flocks of hens start laying eggs, small eggs are the best size to buy. FAST EFFICIENT SERVICE may contact Susan Thompson, Source, Alberta Women's Newsletter, 10006 107 St., Edmonton. Workshop on abused children The abused child in Alberta will be the theme of a conference and workshop to be held at the University of Calgary in April. Major topics to be discussed include the treatment and rehabilitation of the abused child and the prevention of such cases. The two-day workshop, sponsored by the U of C division of continuing education, begins April 25. Registration deadline is April 10. shows antiques The Calgary yMCA will hold its second annual antique show and sale April 4-6 in the YW auditorium. The show will consist of sale items, displays of antiques as well as crafts and hobbies and short lectures. Proceeds from the show and sale go toward the work of the YW. Dear Ann Landers: Will you please shed some light on gluttony? Is it an emotional illness, a case of arrested development, or what? Our adult son has a Ph.D., but he is like a child when he gets around food. He simply cannot control his appetite. To watch him eat is sickening. He hunches over a heaping plate and shovels huge portions into his mouth with such rapidity you'd think someone was trying to take it away from him. He gorges himself until there isn't a morsel of anything left in sight. He must devour every roll, every pat of butter, every olive. If someone leaves something he says, "I'll finish it." And he does. I know there must be some inner conflict. Why doesn't his wife understand this and insist that he get counselling? My husband and I sit silently and watch our son eat himself into an early grave. It's pathetic. What can we do? N.D. Parents Dear N.D.: Of course your son's emotional problems are a major factor in his gluttony, and unfortunately there is nothing you can do. You could, however, be more compassionate toward his wife. That "poor woman must watch him eat more often than you, and she can't do anything about his gluttony THE BETTER HALF either. When your son gets ready to help himself, he will, and not one day sooner. I feel sorry for all of you. Dear Ann Landers: I am 16 years old and received my driver's license last month. Today, I used my father's car to run errands for my mother. I parked the car in a department store parking lot. When I returned I noticed the right rear fender had three big dents and there were some bad scratches on the passenger's side. No cars were near me when I parked or when I returned. I'm not sure whether, the car was hit while in my possession or if it happened the night before at my father's job location. My father is blaming me for the damage and I have been told that I can't use the car anymore. Mom has taken my side and she and Dad are fighting over it. He says there is no insurance to cover this type of accident. Do you think he is being fair to me? Middletown, N.Y. Dear Mid.: Since this is your first offense, and there is some question as to when the accident occurred, I believe your dad should give you another chance. From now on, check the car from all sides before you get in. If there is damage, report it to your dad' at once. Then you'll be off the hook and in the clear. By Barnes New at Camm's for SPRING AND EASTER "STOMPERS" AH new for (he teen and college set. Straps in Navy. Black or White (as Also in ties Black and Beige. 2-tone Brown. Denim Blue, and Red and Navy. Strips IN Tits By Susan WooHeys Maxines. in wedge with heel. Suede and Crtnkte Paten] combination in Brown, Navy or Slack. Also in Tan and Bone Leaner. Shoulder Handbags Are the "in" thing this spring, in Navy. Beige. Tan or While. Children's Shoes T-Straps Browns. BJaekS. 2- Tones. Senior Boys" Classmates in 2-Tone Brown. BlaCk and Bur- gurwJy. etc. Saddle Effect Ties In Navy and White with heel or wedge. UMyWCH 403-Sfh Streets. "He's a born loser except when he's on a diet." RUMMAGE SALE SATURDAY, MARCH 23 at a.m. SOUTHMIN8TER CHURCH HALL EM UnN U.C.W. Law FOP The Layman Lawyer Jack James' self-help- law books are helping Canadians avoid the high cost of lawyers. Read about James and his books in Weekend Magazine this Saturday. The lethbridge Herald APPLE SAUCE IGA, 14 fl. oz. tin CHEEZ WHIZ I Kraft pasteurized process, 2 Ib. net wt. jar SOUP 1 Tomato or Vegetable, Puritan, 10 fl. oz. tin 811 79 00 STRAWBERRIES Berryland frozen, 15 fl. oz. pkg. 59 I McGAVINS IGA SLICED BREAD White or Brown, 20 oz. net wt. loaf Fresh from our In-Store Bakery Centre Village Mall IGA Phone 327-0353 CREAM PIES 109 Fresh Strawberry or Banana, each DONUTS Cinnamon, Sugar or Plain 1 2i89 0 BACON 99 WIENERS Burns tasty eight bulk, Ib. 1 79 0 CANADA GRADE A' STEER BEEF PRIME RIB ROASTS King of Roasts, Ib. POTATOES Canada No. 2 89 TOMATOES Canada No. 1 vine ripened, Ib. 29 0 GRAPEFRUIT i ns Texas ruby red, R ;