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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 34 LETHBRIDGE November 6, 1974 Now it's toothpaste for pets Dr. Ursuia Dietrich, a German-born dentist who Dietrich, ol San Mateo, Calif., says, "in the beginning has created a beef-flavored pet toothpaste called Dog- people thought I was nuts, but most of them were non- gy Dent, gets set to brush the teeth of her Boston Ter- animal owners." ner, Schnucki, for the benefit of the photographer. Dr. 3-DAY SALE THURS., FRI., SAT., NOV. 7-8-9 While Quantities Last DENIM JEANS The famous American Makerl Less than Vi of original price! Flare style denims, most- ly first quality Chambray of ropetnck denim. Good fitting, popular styling. Some subs included in group at values to Colors: Blue, tan cham- bray or rope trick denim. Sizes 28-36. WOMEN'S SKIVIE BLOUSES Smart new styling long sleeve u neck Assorted prints and patterns Fabrics of polyesters acrylics nylons and tn-acetates Some solids m selection Assorted colors S-M-L POPULAR STYLED LONG SKIRTS Always a fashion favourite Ankle length style. 100% polyester back zip. side slits with button nand Black only Sizes 10-18 FLANNELETTE PYJAMAS FUSSY BLOUSES PANT TOPS Beautiful selection of assorted fa- brics, selective styles, long sleeved. Assorted colors Sizes 10-20. 38- 44. Reg. Values To 5 LONG HALF SLIP Artron 3 camous Colors While Lace trim S-M L Reg. 3" FAMOUS NAME-FIRST QUALITY! LABIES' PANTY HOSE SPECIAL OFFER! uai'y on Dn'y Iwioe 3 Maw "CT a i T'ed -vly grid al Q xgv TiQ" S-V L XL qrd rrr. PnaulaT S M L QJI-C "i Sir" Dl-a jiar V Man XXL Beg. Jl 25 SALE____ or eichpr. Beg. 99c eich pr SALE or eichpr 50 100% cotton, piced edge, full cut Choice of assorted patterns. Sizes 8-16 Reg. S3.98 2 39 Boys' G.W.G. Denim Jeans Strong and sturdy oz denim Boot style Color navy Sizes 7-12 Reg. Sizes 14-18 Reg. CHILDREN'S FAMOUS MAKER SHOE SALE Fantastic Buy from Canada's lop shoe manufacturer Choose from 10 smart styles and quality II recognize the brand rame you'l a p oreciate 'he sav.nqs Regular values to 13.95 NOW 2 SQ mm PAIR W N'S SPORTCOATS BLAZERS An exciting selection of double knits in plain colors or smart checks. Smart, single breasted, two button models with wide lapels Assorted colors Sizes 36-46 Reg. to I 26 99 Men's Scrubbies" Denim Jeans What's .n a name7 Plenty if its "Scrub- bies" a? a special low price ot 99 First quality washout denims, pre- shrunk. broken in to f't Co'or Washed blue S'zes 28-36 Reg. 12 99 316-6thSt. S. 72 Stores Serving B.C., Alberta, Saskatchewan I IIIHIINII IMIII Cancer society volunteers hard-headed 6There is life after cancer' By KATHIE MacLEAN Herald Staff Writer "Volunteers are the life-line and bloodstream of the Canadian Cancer said the patient services chairman for the Alberta Division of the Canadian Cancer Society Tues- day evening. Lil Faider of Calgary, who was speaking at the local society's an- nual dinner meeting at the Scandina- vian Hall, told the members that volunteers are hard-headed in- dividuals giving warmth, hope and faith to cancer patients. They help show people there is life after cancer and try to give them a good quality of life through counsell- ing and rehabilitation. Mrs. Faider said the Alberta divi- sion can be proud of its service. "It is serving more patients than ever before and is working with more dollars than ever before." She feels that success lies too heavily on statistics and it is much more important to recognize the numbers of patients alive. "As members of the society, we have the ability and desire to plan, design and mould future programs for cancer patients." The first priority is try to deter- mine the specific needs of cancer patients. Planning and programm- ing for these needs are achieved through federal, provincial, and municipal channels, private agen- cies, as well as the cancer society. She said government and medical officials are showing more concern through the introduction and expan- sion of programs and financial assistance. "Policies will unfold shortly to determine the proper role of the Canadian Cancer Society." The trend for the society is mov- ing toward a more personal approach. Complete government control is becoming less desirable because of larger bureaucracy, more centralization and less per- sonal contact. She said many organizations have failed due to poor communication. "We must develop an open com- munication service to our public (cancer patients) and emphasize rehabilitation." Counselling and rehabilitation work as a team in helping patients acquire a good quality of survival She pointed out many rehabilita- tion programs in Calgary are well- received and very successful. It is hoped programs such as mastec- tomy and ostomy will expand throughout the province. A mastectomy group has been in- stituted in the Lethbridge area and so far has been well-received. Lois McKillop, co-ordinator of the newly formed group, said there are six women volunteers, all of whom have had mastectomy operations at least five years ago. "For the past four months, these volunteers have been visiting patients still in hospital, providing them with a kit which includes a booklet entitled Reach to Recovery." She added they have heard ex- cellent reports of the volunteers' visits and patients are pleased. The mastectomy group was form- ed under the auspices of the Cana- dian Cancer Society, with the assistance of Pat Webber of Calgary. Ann Landers Woman resolved i to lose 120 Ibs. Dear Ann Landers: In 19641 went to a psychiatrist. After two visits I decided I didn't need any more therapy. My conscience had been bothering me because of something I had done. Two talking sessions gave me the relief and peace of mind I needed. I really spilled my guts, and this is what I am worried about. Both sessions were taped. The psychiatrist said he likes to refer to "earlier sessions" if necessary. This means a secretary had to transcribe those tapes and they are probably on file in his office. How can I protect myself against possible blackmail by an unscrupulous person who might get his or her hands on them? I am deeply concerned and need your advice. Vulnerable Dear V.: If you saw the psy- chiatrist only twice, in 1964, the records were probably toseed out long ago. However, since this is preying on your mind, call the doctor and ask for his assurance that your records have been disposed of. Or get his word that he will destroy them at once. Dear Ann Landers: What do you think of giving birthday parties for one-year-olds? I've been to a few lately, and there have been as many as 25 guests present. The babies have no idea what is going on. The mothers open the gifts and "Oo-oo" and "Ah.1" The babies would rather play with the ribbons and wrappings. I feel these parties are for the parents and are a sheer Community calendar The Ladies Auxiliary of the Original Pensioners and Senior Citizens Society will meet at 2 p.m. Friday in the civic centre. Following the meeting, bingo will be played and lunch served. A good attendance is requested. St. Basil's CWL will hold the regular meeting at 8 tonight in the church basement. A good attendance is requested. First United UCW executive will meet at p.m. Thur- sday. There will be a Christian Science testimony meeting at tonight in the church auditorium. 1203 4th Ave. S Everyone welcome. The Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens Ladies Aux- iliary will meet at 2 p.m. Fri- day in the civic centre. Bingo and lunch will follow the business meeting. All members and friends welcome. Mr and Mrs R i. Baker of Coaldale will be receiving fnends and relatives from 3 to 5pm Sunday in honor of their golden wedding anniversary The reception will be held in the John Davidson School, 19th Street, in Coaldale. There will be a short program at 4 m No ifts bv recuest. waste of time and money for everyone else. What do you say? Turned Off Dear Turned: Of course the parties are for the parents. Who else? The child realizes people are around, but he doesn't know why and couldn't care less. If parents want to celebrate the baby's birthday, I see nothing wrong with it. Someone usually has a camera. The pictures are nice to have later so "Baby" can see what he looked like, smearing the frosting all over Aunt Ethel's navy blue dress. Dear Ann Landers: Please settle an argument for our bridge club. There are eight of us and the last vote was five to three. We have all agreed to abide by your decision. When two women are living together, say a mother and daughter, or two sisters or cousins, or just good friends, and they send a card or a letter signed by both parties, whose name should appear first? The majority of the members feel that the older person's name should precede the younger person's name. Or, should the names be alphabetized? What do you say, Ann? Eight In Waiting Dear Eight: I don't think it makes one bit of difference. Go back and inform your club sisters that they need a new project. It's not always easy to recognize love, especially the first time around. Acquaint yourself with the guidelines. Read Ann Landers's booklet. "Love or Sex and How To Tell the Difference." For a copy, mail 35c in coin and a long, stamped, self-addressed envelope with your request to Ann Landers, P.O. Box 3346, Chicago, Illinois 60654. STAMFORD, Conn. (AP) "A few people say I'm said Bobbie Manzella, who had her jaws wired shut because she got tired of being five feet tall and 235 pounds wide. "Now I'm down to 200 she said two months after the operation. "I'm go- ing to keep my jaws wired un- til I'm down to 115 pounds, which is what I weighed 18 years ago when I was married." "It may take a she added. "When I weighed 2351 never wanted to go out. I never wanted to do anything. I hated the way I looked. I was ashamed." Now Mrs. Manzella has ad- justed to eating everything" through a straw. Mrs. Manzella said she got the idea from a television re- port on an English woman who had her jaws wired shut to lose weight. "I had tried clubs, crash diets, meat and salad diets, diet pills, even eating nothing for days but I couldn't stick to anything." So, after consulting with her husband and doctors, an oral surgeon tied her upper and lower teeth together with steel wires, the operation used when a person has a broken jaw. With frequent checks by her family doctor to make sure she isn't shedding fat too quickly or is undernourished, Mrs Manzella said, "I never felt better in my life." Mrs Manzella said she still fries chicken for the rest of the family. "At first I couldn't bear to ,see them eat it. I'd go out of the house for a walk. "But now it doesn't drive me up the wall when they bite into it I just don't miss it any more." AFTERNOON BINGO MOOSR 1234 3rd Ave. North 5 f 1 Mowy OOUBLID WMkly Fnt Cards Sponsored The Moose Lodge No Children Under M Ptey Everybody Wdcorrw LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE 1234-3rd Ave. North REGULAR WED. NIOHT BINQO 8 P.M. 25 GAMES DOUBLE MONEY CARDS MANY EXTRAS This week's Jackpot in 59 numbers 5 CARDS II CARDS PAY DOUBLE DOOR PRIZE Wo one under 15 years allowed to p'ay' ANNUALHADASSAH RUMMAGE SALE 106 5th Street South (Formerly Bridge Trading Post) Thurs. and Fri., Nov. 7 and 8 from a.m. to p.m. An Mlaelion of clothing houMhold This ad by Clothing Ltd. 112-114 5th StrMt South I DRY CLEANING SPECIAL 1 FOR THE PRICE OF Send any 2 similar type garments, have them expertly cleaned and finished for the price of one. LIMITED OFFER LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY SPARKLE CLEANERS FREE PICKUP AND DELIVERY IN THE CITY OF LETHBBIDGE DIVISION OF CANADIAN LINEN SUPPLY 1818- 3 Avftnue South 328-2321 328-2323 ;