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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ___________ Wednesday, May 31, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 17 BEDDING OUT PLANTS 3 Baskets Cream Style 14-oz MISS AMERICAN TEENAGER IN IETHBRIDGE Janene Forsyth of Arlington, Pa., will arrive June 8 to take part in the youth program for Education Week, sponsored by the Church of Jesus Christ of latter-day Saints, to be held June 10, 12 13 at Leth- bridge Community College. Among other activities Janene will offer fashion counsel- ling for mothers and daughters. Ann Landers Conference on drug dependency DEAR ANN' LANDERS: My wife and I have been mar- ried four years. Before we married I thought she was the most beautiful woman I'd ever seen, as well as the most intelligent and thoughtful. I was sure she'd be the ideal wife and mother. I never dreamed she had a lazy bone in her body. Even-thing has changed. My dinner used to be on the table al 5-30 Now. I'm lucky if I see it by My wife used to be a fabulous cook. Now, I think she has a contest with her- self to sec how fast she can throw a meal together. I'd like to have a nickel for every time I've had to ask her to iron a shirt before I leave for work in the morning. We have four children, the youngest is three months. I'd love to come home lo a clean house, a decent meal, and enjoy my little family. Is that asking too much? If you say it is' I'll never gripe again. Or, should I lay down the law and tell my wife to shape up or find someone who doesn't mind living like a slob. You decide. Mike in Hammond Dear Mike: So you think maybe you ought to tell her lo "shape A woman who has had four babies in less than four years hasn't had much chance to think of her shape, Bub. "llow much help have you given her except for con- tributing to her pregnancies? I'm not defending the girl's poor housekeeping or the late meals, but I am suggesting that maybe she has her hands full with the four little ones and you might give her a lift instead of being so critical. Those "lazy" bones in her body may he lirM hones. And by the way. if Planned Parenthood isn't apairjsl rriigion, 1 recommend il. Are drugs O.K. if you learn how lo control them? Can they be of help? The' answers are in Ann Landers' new booklet, "Straight Dope on Drugs." For each booklet ordered, send a dollar bill, plus a long self-addressed stamped envel- ope (ir> cents postage) lo Ann Landers, Box 3346, Chicago, 111., Even if drinking is the "in" thing in your crowd, it needn't crowd you nut. Learn the facts from Ann Landers' booklet. "Bonze and You I'M- Teen-Agcrs Only." Send 35 cents in coin and a self-addressed, stamped envelope to this news- paper wiUi ynur request. Please rend inquiries and requests to Landers Reader- mail Department, Chicago Sun Times-Daily News, 401 North Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111. GOGH. UK! I'nlilisliers-Ilall Syndicate') ma hi oj uv It) pa sj big savings on you! C-hon'-c your wirj today from one of many slyles in fcosycnro synfholics! You can afford to at these low prices! Think how useful n second wig would be on vocn- Crcoiinn Briqitlo wia.i nt Woolco whero you en n sny "Chnroo it PI Each 1 De vi 5. For 10 Opc-n Driily 9 a.m. to A p.m., Thursday tint) Fridoy 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. j REGINA (CP) Almost everyone is a drug addict, says Mrs. E. J. Scar, education di- rector [or the Alcoholism Com- mission of Saskatchewan. The key is the person's choice of drugs because almost everyone is addicted to one drug or another, she said. "So it's a people problem, rather than a drug problem." "Some are addicted to alco- hol, other take drugs to sleep or for pain relief, or just to relieve the tensions from every- day life and our fast paced world." She was addressing the an- nual conference of the Cana- dian Foundation on Alcohol and Drug Dependency. W. J. Totton, executive direc- tor of the alcoholism commis- sion, said alcohol is the most pressing problem in the drug addiction field hi Saskatchewan with between and persons psychologically or phy- siologically dependent on it. Mr. Totton said that with so many other people addicted to hard and soft drugs, the com- mission now is dealing with lhal aspect of drug dependency in its research and education programs. He told the annual confer- ence of the Canadian Founda- tion on Alcohol and Drug De- pendency that the Saskatche- wan commission has a "plural- istic approach." "We integrate people, re- sources and he said, adding that the commission's budget of about ?l million al- lows it to be a central com- ponent in dcniing with the al- cohol problem. M. J. I.ipla, assistant direc- tor of the commission's rehabi- litation department, said the over-all rehabilitation program is concerned with behavior re- lated to alcoholism and (he re- sulting personal, family ami community "Wr tisr; 3 unified, rompv- i hr-nsiv? approach lo achieve j best results, rather than n j piecemeal he said. Alcoholic detoxification takes place in hospitals and rehabil- itation followed by an intensive (our-WTok program of lectures, group therapy, psycholhcrapy, counselling and folknvpup. The personnel involved in- cluded psychologists, general physicians, psychiatrists, social workers and rehabilitat i o n counsellors. "Our program so lar is op eralcd on an out palieut Mr. IJpka said. "We can accommodalc belwcen 43 and (ifl palictits in each of lie- gina and Saskatoon at onw time." "lint about .lime wo will be opening ia palicnl facilities in Saskatoon tor about 15 men and women." 12 01. tins 4 for I .00 Whole 14 or. tins 4 for 1 .00 Sauerkraut i4 rin, 5 fer 1.00 Diced Beets u az. tm. 1.00 Fruit Cscktail lltm, 3 1.00 Peaches tin. 3 for1.00 Tropical Fruit Punch 9 for 48 oz. tins Tomato Juice Tomatoes 2for 75c Seed Tea .n M. 69c Paper Towels RoyaleTwin P0k 65c ice Cream Alpha 1 gal. pkg. U cnq "ValueVillage MEATS PHONE 327-5295 CROSS RIB ROAST 1-1S of Beef Ib. .Chuck Steaks f i i whole American Beauty Red and While Fashion Pearl Katherine Marshall Pink Garnett Red La Fayetle Red Drushki Goldilocks Red Gold Gene Boerner Talisman Christian Dior Ma Perkins Charlotte Ar Red Pinocchio Mirandy Eclipse Editor McForland Red Talisman Summer Snow Gironi McCready's Sunjc) World's Fair Starfire Contessa de Sonic Morocco Ftoradora PEAT MOSS 4 CU. FT. BAG ......Ib. Pork Loins 6 to o pound...... Beef Patties Sliced Beef Over Bolopa cine! Garlic Rings 8-10 Ib. average cut in chops ......Ib. ib. V Ib. PRODUCE Phono 328-175! POTTING SOU AND VERfllHCUUTE FERTILIZERS ELEPHANT BRAND 1 QQ 25 Ib I-33 ELEPHANT BRAND 16-20-u. O QQ 50 Ib ELEPHANT BRAND Each golden ripe for Baskets for so ib. ELEPHANT BRAND 28-14-0. "S OQ 50 Ib w.fcV Feed 'N Weedaway f j. --fiF'. BAKERY Phone 327.3424 j CRUSTY BUNS dozen for I DATE LOAF CAKE It Each X, s V" LOCATED AT THi CORNER OF nttf.STREET and 6th AVENUES. 40 Ib. bag FLOWES, SHRUB and TREE FERTILIZER GREEN CROSS. 9 CO 15 Ib JUNIPERS WARRENA CEDARS PYRAMID CEDARS MUNGO PINES ASSORTED SHRUBS and BULBS (VE CARRY A FUU LINE OP GREEN CROSS WEED and PEST CONTROLS ;