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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta November THI UTHMIDOI HERALD M Crusader and founder Marjorie Guthrie is the founder and crusader for the Committee to Combat Huntington's Disease. Mrs. Guthrie is the widow of folksinger Woody Guthrie who died of Huntington's. Their three children don't know yet if they will be afflicted because the heridi- tary disease does not usually start its work until middle age. Golden Mile Open Monday through Fri- day 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday from 1 to 5 p.m. Next Keep fit 10 a.m. Hair styling 2 p.m. Singing 10 a.m. Dancing 2 p.m. Bingo sharp for this occasion only. The Golden Mile Singers will entertain at Southland Nurs- ing Home at 2 p.m. 'Dance practice 10 a.m. Crib tournament with .cash prizes p.m. Small household appliance class 2 p.m. The Golden Mile Singers se- cond annual carol festival will be held at 2 p.m. religious songs and piano duets will be featured. All welcome to attend. The singers would greatly appreciate the addition of bass and tenor singers. The Christmas party will be held at the centre at 6 p.m. sharp Dec. 10. Members are asked to take note. Tickets .must be picked up by at the latest. JACKPOT BINGO THIS THURSDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 8Hi SttMtnl hr W HII. rur mt 8. rWi ehrt STARTS P.M. SHARP PARISH HALL CORNER 12th STREET D AND 7th AVENUE NORTH Jickpot Starte at ind wen Every Thunctay 2nd JACKPOT IN 51 NUMBERS 5th NOS. JACKPOT Per 'O GOLD 23- PER CARD OR 8 FOR M.OO ALSO FREE CARDS. FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZE Persons under 16 years not allowed Woman's World 410-13thSt.N. Specializing in all phases of Beauty Culture is pleased to announce that JANICE CRIZAK has returned to their 2 other fully qualified operators to Serve you EVA DUNN and SANDI PETERSON Phono 328-1054 Disease victims band together THE BETTER HALF By Barnes By JEAN SHARP CP WOMEN'S EDITOR TORONTO A search is on for victims of Huntington's disease and for their families. Hope is the attraction being offered to draw these people hope that they can ease the anguish the disease causes. Possibly they can ease some of its symp- toms. Together they can aid researchers and work towards a cure. Marjorie Guthrie is founder and crusader for the Com- mittee to Combat Hunt- ington's disease. She was in Toronto to give the new On- tario chapter a boost and to encourage formation of other Canadian chapters. Mrs. Guthrie is the widow of folksinger Woody Guthrie who died of Huntington's. Their three children don't know yet if they will be afflicted because the disease does not usually start its work until middle age. It is a hereditary but because it is not always not every family knows they are among its po- tential victims. NOT RARE DISEASE Mrs. Guthrie said it is not a rare but it has been a hidden one. is important that you say I am reluctant to describe the disease because there are similar manifestations in other disorders. must be other peo- ple in the family who have had it. major manifestation is involuntary movement. It does not mean everyone who taps a foot or whose hand shakes has Huntington's. is a neurological deterioration that will show in in slurred speech. People must be exam- ined over a period of years. The husband of a member of the Ontario chapter has been confined in a locked ward in a mental institution because of his involuntary thrashing. He and his wife both know it is not where he should be. The committee was formed in 1967. Since .Mrs. Guthrie interest in re- search has accelerated. The first text book on Hunt- ington's has been produced. NEW DRUGS HELP are experimental drugs that are truly helping some patients. They control involuntary movements. If you can control that is one of the greatest benefits. If you look in the mirror and see yourself looking it's de- She said the organization is able to help people find medi- cal help. think we can keep patients with Huntington's in better condition longer. families talk to- gether and realize they're not we can help people ex- E' tow to live with it. The people hide with this the worse the prob- lems by joining they can help. We'll be able to get sta- tistics. Identification is an im- portant research tool. we don't need mem- bers to raise money. We want to influence administrations to put up money for research. This is not to collect it is to help people get money. meetings are for edu- not for collection. is hope in the air. Look at the new text book. Un- til texts had only one paragraph on Huntington's. Now we have 70 chapters from 17 countries. now is believed there is something about Huntington's that relates to other brain dis- to learning cerebral Parkinson's. believe the genetic prob- lem could be resolved within a decade in this area that has been hitherto almost com- pletely The address of the Ontario chapter of the Com- mittee to Combat Hunt- ington's Disease is Box Ont. BARGAIN CENTER 'I hate it when Stanley comes along. I always have to taks the economy Nursing positions object of study OTTAWA Treasury Board President C.M. Drury has announced a special study of federal nursing posi- tions that would examine motivation and maintenance of efficient hospital care by the federal nurses. But a union spokesman said the government might just be using this announcement to keep angry nurses quiet. believes it will come to Ken industrial relations co-ordinator of the Professional Institute of the Public said in an interview. The proposed study was an- nounced after Mr. Drury met recently with a delegation of nurses displeased with a bind- ing arbitration award. The announcement comes slightly more than two weeks after hundreds of the nurses booked off sick across the country to protest the award which they said left their wages an average of to a year behind those paid Ann Landers .Dear Ann I just came from a funeral. It was a sad one. She was only 51 years old. The husband knelt kissed his wife's casket and It was very touching but it touched me more than those present who didn't know the couple well. They had lived next door to us for 15 years. He called her plenty of wasn't one of them. You couldn't print the ones he call- ed her most often. And she really didn't deserve the Ann. She was a wonder- ful woman. How many husbands who read this column are going to wait until their wives die before they call them Why not start when she can still hear End Of A Tragic Day Dear Your letter is bound to have special meaning to certain readers. In behalf of them. I thank you. Dear Ann I was reared in a wonderful home where I learned that marriage is forever. I have tried to live a decent life and have been waiting for the right man to come along ALBERTA'S GREAT CHICKEN RECIPES Check out with Chicken for enjoyable eating and matchless NO. Of a Series CHICKEN CABBAGE SALAD 2 cups cooked chicken 2 cups shredded cabbage Vi cup coarsely chopped sweet cucumber pickle cup diced celery cup coarsely chopped nuts cup salad .dres- sing or mayonnaise salt and pepper to taste. Combine chopped nuts and celery. Add mayonnaise and toss together thoroughly. Ad- just seasonings to taste. Serve on lettuce and garnish with sliced or quartered tomatoes or hard-cooked eggs. Yields 6 servings. Clip and keep these delicious ideas from the kit- chens of And send us your own favourite recipe for inclusion in this continuing series A prize is offered for recipes used and a Grand Prize will be presented lor the best original recipe TO ENTER- Mail your favourite chicken recipe to ALBERTA BROILER GROWERS' MARKETING 11826 100 ALBERTA TSK OK3. Several months ago I met the man I was sure was the answer to my prayers. He is wonderful company and has a thriving business He said he had been waiting all his life for a girl like me. We set the wedding date and I bought my honeymoon luggage and wardrobe. We agreed to buy a house mid- way between his business and my I love Last week he informed me that the house deal was that his mother had rented a house for us and FURNISHED it. house is almost in her back I told him I didn't want to live there. It looks terrible trom the outside. have not been allowed to go in because his mother hasn't finished fur- nishing I'd have to drive 60 miles a day if we lived in that house and the thought of it ex- hausts me. My future mother-in-law doesn't care for me and I know it. Her other son's wife doesn't speak to her. She seems to have trouble with everyone. I love this man and I don't know what to do. Please hurry your advice. Embattled In Missouri Dear If you lose this bat- tle you've lost the war. Tell your future husband that un- less he is willing to honor the original house agreement his future just passed. If he lets you go. you never really had him. Dear Ann When are you going to stop printing garbage and start dealing with problems of I am sick and tired of wading through junk in the hope of finding something of value. I become especially annoyed when those cows write to say they enjoy being fat and their husbands like them that way. In the meantime they feel lousy half the time and keep pacifying themselves with banana splits. Those teen-age idiots have a lot of nerve wasting your valuable time. Kids don't listen to anybody over 30 anyway. Please 'don't print any more foolishness like that letter from the 14-year-old girl who had hair on her upper lip. That's a dle Henry Dear It's a problem if you happen to be a 14-year-old girl with hair on your upper lip. Thanks for the but if readers of ANY age think they have a then they have one. Too many people don't feel a unless it's their ox that's being gored. to provincially-employed counterparts. The who work for veterans' health and the solicitor- general's returned to their jobs after brief absences and provided emergency services where needed. DENIED REQUEST They called upon Mr. Drury to reopen negotiations in spite of the arbitral but Mr. Phythian said that was denied. On Mr. Drury said the study will be conducted jointly by the four departments to review the work relations between employees and management and professional development of nurses. The employees would be able to express their he added. There would also be a salary survey in 1974 on nurses' pay in provincial jurisdictions so up-to-date pay data will be available to the parties when bargaining for a new contract begins a year from the government release said. Mr. Phythian noted that the minister did not say who will do the study and whether it will achieve anything. are all vague state- ments. There are no promises. is just an attempt to keep them Mr. Phy- thian said. Three Feathers. The light fantastic. Only Three Feathers blends the gentle taste of a four year old whisky with the mellow smoothness of an eight year old. For a light price. Sip the light fantastic. 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