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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Novumbtr 13, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 19 Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDICRS: In a recent column you printed assorted facts to imply that women are superior to men. Like most women, ycu present only those facts which support your position and conveniently ignore the rest. You state that women live longer than men. True. But are you aware that Ihe American male ranks 37lh compared with the males of oilier nations? This would tend to suggest Uiat there are socio-cultural factors involved in this compari- son. You also state Uiat more men die from heart disease than women. True. Bui more women die from cerebral strokes. And we know that even though more men die from lung cancer, this disease has increased among women nearly 50 per cent in the last 20 years. Dr. Estclle Ramcy stales that more men commit suicide than women. True. But she neglects to mention that more women ATTEMPT suicide. And according to the present Na- tional Health Survey's report, "Selected Symptoms of Psy- chological women had significantly higher rales than men for every symptom. The symptoms investigated were insomnia, nifihlmares, perspiring hands, headaches, dizziness, heart palpitations, and feelings of impending ner- vous breakdown. I am sure you won't print this letter hut 1 j feel better for having written Monroe, La. DEAR MONROE: Thanks for the facts. And now may t suggest the reason so many women suffer from insomnia, nightmares, perspiring hands, headaches, dizziness, heart pal- pitations, and feelings of impending nervous breakdown is MEN. And I'm not kidding. DEAR ANN LANDERS: The letter from the 17-year-old who fantasized about his death in an automobile accident was one of UK most blood-chilling but effective pieces of writing I have ever read. Thank you for printing it, Ami. Here is another bit of fantasy. If you think it has value, publish it because it is 95 per cent true. The only sentence that is an invention is the first one. Dear 17 and Too Young To Die: 1 an: Uie old lady you chose to pass on the highway at the wrong moment. I would give anything if I could trade places with you. I am 67 and have known for some time that 1 will die within a year from an incurable illness. I am able to function at present but it is just a mailer of time before I mil be bed-ridden and then the agony of wasting away. What a cruel trick of fate thai a person who would welcome death is denied it while a young lad such as you so full of the exuberance of life, with the whole world at' bis feel, should be snuffed out like a candle in the word to the young and healthy, to those who have dreams and hopes: savor each moment, enjoy what you have. Cherish every day. But be careful. Live not for the mo- rS, but for the years ahead that can be yours. -Alaska DEAR ALASKA: Thank you for a beautiful bit of phil- osophy It will please you to know that the letter you wrote about" will continue to be read by teen-agers al over the country More than 100 high school editors asked for permis- sion to reprint that letter in their school papers. Check and Compare! Shop Safeway and Save on These Money-Saving Buys! PRICES EFFECTIVE IN Lethbridge Stores November 12 to 13 RAISIN Skylark, Fresh, White or Brown Sliced 16-oz. net wt. loaf Town House OR Vegetable Condensed 10 fl. oz. tin rackers Busy Bnker, Salted or Plain Serve with Town House Soups 2-ib. net wt. pkg. FEMININITY ON THE ROAD Pat Funnel rides motor- cycle, and takes part in small trials and has a working knowledge of 23 models of bikes. She also sells mar. ,hcr, mosi men. In one month this year she sold 25 machines and won the outstanding salesmanship award from the Bavarian Motor Works. ___.....__ THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes I J oppresive I for prison ivives i TORONTO (CP) Weekly! side of you unlil you wanl lo i meeting are helping a group of scream 'He's in jail! What does i Toronto women endure the ten- it mailer to you.' sion-filled days and nights while their husbands are in prison. The 15 or 20 women, whose husbands are serving time One of the big problems Is visiting their husbands in jail to give and get a little moral sup- port. Ground Pineapple Juice Ice Cream Dill Pickles Sweet Biscuits Safeway, All Purpose .............1 Ib. Lalani Full of Tropical Flavour 48-fl. 01. tin Snow Star Vaniila, Strawberry, Chocolate or Neapolitan Zippy, Homestyle, Kosher Stock up on these 48 fl. oz. jar Davids, Canada Mix Fill the Cookie Jar 36-oz. net wt. pkg. in Ontario not only attend the fare and there's no money for travelling. For those who have jobs, it means stretching the budget. The volunteers help by organ- you could cut off a few miles by taking one of Ihe many volunteers may j izing (0 5Ucn institutions i provide it. j as those in Kingston or Joyce- The meetings are an offshoot j of a program called Operation j Bajiey hopes that volun- Springboard started in Toronto (eers much more than I last year by two former prison-1 just rides. ers in Ihe Warkworth institu-..... lion. Polly Ann White or Brown CASH BINGO ST. BASH'S HAU-Cor. !3ih St. and 6th Ave. N. FRILAY, NOV. 12th 8 O'CLOCK 4lh and 8th Games in 7 NUMBERS-12th Game 5 CARDS FOR OR 25c EACH BIACKOUT JACKPOT 53 NUMBERS LUCKY NAME DRAW WORTH LUCKY DRAW NOW WORTH Persons Under 16 Yearl Not Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB One of them, Don Bo.n-j, j started it with the idea of "help-! tag a man make the leap from prison to the street withoul gcl- "We ask an ability to share and be a friend to an and his family." he says. "Volunteers will be a friend in families was part of the pio- grThe women ask that their real! names not be used because they rarelv tell anyone where their husbands are.' Said one- 1 "If you go for a long time and "tell anyone where he; j reallv is it builds and builds in- j learn the Quick Easy Way! We now stock a Complete Line of Lingerie "FUN FABRICS" To Sew, Knit and S-T-R-E-T-C-H UEARN-TO-SEW S-T-R-E-T-C-H FABRICS The Exciting New Way! CLASSES BEGIN: LINGERIE ONLY Nov. 15 p.m. Six 2-hour T-SHIRTS Nov. 18 p.m. Three 2-hour For enrolment plcaso phono 327-8877 or 327-8818 or write 408 5th St. 5. Free Home Demonstration Lethbridge Vokmtcer Adrjanne Greaves says the women wan. to set their own goals. "The women are really ver> independent and if they can t "des (rom wlllmg offer them, they want to make their own Miss Greaves said. "Gelling together like this is just the thing." said one of the wives. "It sure gets you out of your depression." Cloh ex (or PM chosen by wife W 1 N D S 0 n. Ont. (CP1 Prime Minister Trudeau. dressy in a blue grey check suit. said Wednesday night his wife hns a lot. to say niwut his ward- robe. When a telephone caller ask- ed him on an open line, lelo vision show whether his wife, Margarot. rhose his clothes for him.' the prime minister re- plied "Yes. tr.y wife does mast of i (he picking: 1 haven't much I lime. The "Id cloihes I had he- i fore 1 was married don't fit me too well now. "She likes blue on she is kinda psychedelic." i Mr. Trmloau also wore a blue shirt and a blue patterned tie. F 20-oz. Loaf FRYING CHICKEN Canada Grade A Frozen Whole Maple Leaf 3-4 Ib. avge. !b Hint of Maple Rindless Side Vac Packed no! T-Bone or Club Canada Choice Canada Good Beef Ib. Sweet Pickled MANDARINS California Satsumas Easy to pee! 9-Ib. GRAPEFRO! Florida Red and White Size 46's PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETH3RIDGE EtKS IODGE ROOM EVERY THUR5-8 p.m. WE RESERVE THERIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES COPYRIGHT 1960. CANADA SAFEWAY LIMITED ;