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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1946 THE LETHBRTDGE HERALD PAGE MINE It Begins At Home By 'AUNT SAL' We've all heard the assertion, "Cbaiity begins at but there are many other things, both good and bad, that begin right there. For instance cancer! Whether we like to thini it or not, 'tis eh so true that cancer may have already talten up its abode in the body of your nearest and dearest. It did that in my own family. My very first acquaintance with this dire disease was when my brother died from it. He was the most ro- bust in family of ten children, yet because he sustained arm in- jury when playing basketball, and neglected having it attended to in time, a cancerous tumor developed end at the age of 26, in the very flower of his youtb, he Jell a vic- tim to cancer! As if that were cot enough, a few years ago one of my sisters dis- covered she, too, had a cancer: it, had gone beyond the operative stage before its oresence was detected. But science had made admirable strides in the years since iny broth- er's passing, so after three months of X-ray my sister was pronounced free of all traces of Public Enemy No. 1 cancer! In between, these two cases that affected me so poJgnantly I ob- Eerved several other cancer cases rA DEODORANT OF DOUtLE ACTION at very close range. There tall, rangy chap named B----- wto played on the local baseball tears. Ke was so active in all his move- ments one dubbed him "a born ath- lete." Apparently that was no im- penetrable safeguard from that sneakv foe___cancer. One wouldn't think" that something as innocent as a fast fly ball bruising a hand would open a