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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, May 31, I97J THE IETHBRIDGE HERMD JJ MISS AMERICAN TEENAGER IN LETHBRIDCE Janene Forsyth of Arlington, Pa., will arrive June 8 to lake part in ihe youth program for Education Week, sponsored by Ihe Church of Jesus Christ of latter-day Saints, to be held June 10, 12, 13 at Lelh- bridge Community College. Among olher activities, Janene will offer fashion counsel- ling for mothers and daughters. Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: My wife and I have been mar- ried four years. Before we married I Thought she v.as the most beauliful woman I'd ever seen, as well as Ihe most intelligent and Ihmighlfiil. I was sure she'd IK the ideal wife and mother. I never dreamed she had a lazy bone in her body. Everyt.hing ha.s changed. My dinner used to lie on the table nl 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 see lion- fast she can throw a meat together. I'd like to have a nickr! for every time I've had to ask her lo iron a shirl before I leave; for work in the morning. We have children, Ihe youngest is three monlhs. I'd love to come home lo a clean house, a decent meal, and enjoy my liille family. Is lhaf asking loo much? If you say it is, I'll never gripe again. Or, should I lay down the law and tell my wife- lo shape up or find someone who doesn't mind living like n slob. You decide. Mike in Hammond Dear Mike: So ynu think maybe you ought to tell her to "shape A wbn has had four babies in less than four years hasn't had much chance lo think of her shape, Bub. How much help hnvc you given her except for con- Iribiiling lo her pregnancies? I'm nol dcfcnriini! the girl's poor housekeeping or the late meals, hul I am suggesting that maybe she has her hands full wilh Ihc four lillle ones and you might give her a lift instead of bring ?o critical. Those "lazy" bones in her body may he lirryj imiics. Aurl by Ihe way. if Planned rarenthood isn'l againtl yiijr rrlipion, 1 recommend II. Arc 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 (1C ceuls poslacc) lo Ann Landers, Bos 3346, Chicago, 111., I-'vcn if drinking is the "in11 thing in your crowd, it needn't crowd vim J.L'aiu facU Iroiu Ann Landers' booklel, ami You For Tcon-Aflcrs Only.1' Send 3n cents in coin antl a self-addressed, sUtmped envelope lo llns news- paper v.ilh your iTiiueM. Please inquiries and requests to Landers Reader- mail Department, Chicago Kim Times-Daily Xcws, 401 North Wabash Chic.-a'o. 111. ClMill. (11172 I'ulilislirrs-Ilall Syndicate) uv lu pcisj biq saviitgs In youl your wirj locloy from onp of many slylcs i-i You cnn afford to at Iheie law Tiling how n second wig would be on vocn- lion or In, special occasions, look' for Creolinn nriqill" wins nl Woolco wliorn you ccin sny "Chnroi: il Each 1 ne on vncn- 5J7 '0L for 10 Open Driily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., isfhiy rind Friilny 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. Conference on drug dependency HEGIXA fCP) Almost everyone is a drug addict, says Mrs. E. J. Scar, education di- rector [or the Alcoholism Com- mission of Saskatchewan. The key is Ihe person's choice of drugs because almost everyone is addicled lo one drug or another, she said. "So it's a people problem, rather than a drug problem." "Some are adcJicfed lo alco- hol, other take drugs lo 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 Foundalion on Alcohol and Drug Dependency. W. J. Totlon, executive dircc- lor of the alcoholism commis- sion, said alcohol is the most pressing problem in the drug addiction field in Saskatchewan wilfi between J0.PQQ and persons psychologically or phy- siologically dependent on it. Mr. Totton said lhat with so many other people addicted lo hard and soft drugs. Ihc com- mission now is dealing with Ihal 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 thai Ihc Saskatche- wan commission has n "plural- islic approach." "Vi'e integrate people, re- ami ftiriliUe.s" lit1 said, adding lhat Hie commission's of about 51 million al- lows it lo bs? a central com- ponent in dealing wilh t.he al- cohol problem. M. J. T.ipln, assistant direc- tor of Ihe commission's rehabi- litalion department, said tho is concerned wilh behavior re- lated lo alcoholism and Ihc re- pulling personal, family nnd use unified, i liHifivn approach lo achieve i best rcMills, ralhcr than ,1 piecemeal he said. Alcoholir dotoxififvilion lakes place in hospitals and rnhabil- italion followed by an intensive progvnni of lectures, group therapy, psychotherapy, counselling and tollowpnp. The personnel involved In- cluded psychologists, general physicians, psychiatrists, social workers and rohabililal i on counsellors. "Our program su tar is op- nralcd nn an mil paliout Mr. iJpka said. "We can accommodalc hot ween -l.i and no patients in cm-li of llo- pinn and Saskatoon at ono linio." "Jiul about Jnnr wr he oiu'iiini! hi pulicnl f.u-ililirs in Saskatoon for about 15 men J and women." Cream Style 14-oz Kidney Beans RED 14-oz. 0, ,ins Kernel 12 az. fins 4 for 1.00 Whole 14 or. tinj 4 for 1.00 Sauerkraut ,4oi tms Diced Beets u oz. 6f: 1.00 Fruit 3 Peaches -u 3 1.00 Tropical Fruit Punch ii. tins (or I 48 01 48 01. Tomato Juice Tomatoes M iin, 2 fer 75c Iced Tea .13 w. 69c Paper Towels RoyaleTWin 65c Ice Cream Alpha i g0i. Pkg. 1.89 'VTalue'Village MEATS PHONE 327-5295 CROSS RIB ROAST of Beef Ib. Chuck Steaks Pork Loins Ib. tl._d Beef Patties Sliced Beef Liver Bologna and Garlic Rings cdne'Village Ib. PRODUCE Phone 328.1751 Fresh local grown Dole .....golden ripe SSr for CRUSTY BUNS 3, dozen for I DATE LOAF CAKE Each V ItJOIiiaiJkTTHJ.eORNKOFmlf-StBEnandtth AVENWS. VALUE GARDEN HUT BEDDING OUT PLANTS 3 Baskets ROSES BUSHES Choose from a wide variety American Red and Whit? Fashion Pearl Kalhprine MorsMI Pink GarneM Red La FayeMe Red Drushki Goldilocki Red Gold Gene Boerncr Talisman Christian Dicr Ma Perkim Charloile Red Pinocciiio Mirandy Eclipse Editor McForlantl Red Talisman Summer Snow Gironi McCready's Suntci World's Fair Slarfrre Contessa de Sanlega Morocco Floradora PEAT MOSS 4 CU. FT. BAG POTTING SOIL AND VERMtCUUTE FERTILIZERS ELEPHANT BRAND li-20-0. 1 QQ 25 ib. ELEPHANT BRAND 16-20-u. 5 OQ 50 Ib. ELEPHANT BRAND 34-D.u. O QQ so Ib. C.O3 ELEPHANT BRAND 28-11-0. O OQ 50 Ib............ O.fCJJ NUTRETE Feed 'N WeecJpway 7.7S 40 Ib. bag FLOWEtt, SHRUB and TREE FERTILIZER GREEN CROSS. g CQ 15 Ib.............