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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 13, 1972 THE LETHMIDCE HERALD 23 DIAMOND WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Harry Robuliak recently celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary with a family dinner held at the El Rancho Motor Hotel. Presenl al the gathering were their children, Mrs Emma Vaselenak, Lethbridge and sons William of Lelhbridge and John of Calgary. -de Jourdan, photo Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: My husband just handed me the newspaper said, "Head this." I thought it would be your usual column saying something about how women should let their husbands run themselves bowlegged while the wife loons the other way. (This is what I call The Ann Landers Forgive- and-Forgct Syndrome.) But it was even worse than that. It quoted a doctor as saying, "Sex is not only here to stay but it will help you stay here longer." The nut then went on to praise sex as wonderful exercise for the heart "also a fine Iranquilizcr." Ho said, "If a man is in good health sex will help him slay well." The author didnt say what it would do for the woman who has done a big laundry, Ironed nine shirts and chased after three kids all day. In spite of all this gibberish about liberation, women arc still enslaved and will remain so for biological reasons. It's a dirty trick, played on them by the Creator and nothing can change THAT. Sign me In Philadelphia DEAR POOPED IN PHILLY: If you consider sex a "dirty trick" against women, I fell sorry for your and sorrier for you. DEAR ANN LANDERS: In a recent issue of the Pro- ceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine (Great Britain) the following tabulation appeared. I hope you will print it because you reach millions of people who read your column when they can't find time to read anything else.' What Liquor Costs (1) America has 9 million chronic alcoholics. (2) Approximately new cases of alcoholism occur every year. (3) Of Uie Americans killed in traffic accidents an- nually, have alcohol in their blood at the time of the accident. (4) Over half a million disabling injuries were sustained last year in crashes involving problem drinkers. (5) There are arrests annually for public drunken- ness. (6) Americans spent over 21 billion dollars for alcohol last year. (7) The lime lost from work, the damage to property by drunks, and the cost in welfare was over 15 billion dollars in 1971. (8) Over half the states report that alcoholism is the most frequent diagnosis for first time admissions to state hospitals. (3) One third of all suicides arc alcohol related. (10) Insurance statistics reveal a 10 to 12 year decrease In life expectancy among alcoholics. (11) Nearly one lliird of all cases handled in child guidance centres show one or both parents arc involved with chronic alcoholism. How long will it take before the public wakes up to the menace of alcohol? Is drinking liquor worth what it A Reader Who Learned The Hard Way DEAR HEADER: I don't know how long it will take, hut I am not optimistic about (he chances for getting nine million boozers off Ihe sauce. What we must do is find out wily so many people must anesthetize themselves against the pain of daily living. Alcoholism is a symptom of other prob- lems, DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am trapped in my own home by a brother who came to live with my husband and me a few years ago when lie retired. Immediately after breakfast he starts to drink beer. He drinks beer all day long, one can after the other. By the lime 1 put supper on the (able he is either nasty, silly, silent, or engaged in a full blown dialogue with himself, asking questions and answering them as if he were putting on a two-actor play, wilh himself taking both parts. It's nervewracking! Bolh my husband and I have tried to reason with him but it's useless, He flies into a rage and tells us he's old enough to know what he wants to do. Please tell me how to deal with this man. He has changed our home from a pleasant place to a house of quarrelling and discontent. I can't ask him to leave because he has no living relative but me. Trapped In Colur- ado DEAR TRAPPED: You are being grossly unfair to your husband. Tell your brother unless he is willing to cut out the guzzling, he will have to find himself a renled room somewhere because he is ruining your home life. I'm sure you know he's an alcoholic and there are places an alcoholic can go for help, if he wants to.dry up. Please send inquiries and requests to Landers Reader- moil Department, Chicsso Bur Times-Daily News, 401 North Wabash Avc., Chicago, III. 60611. BEANS With PORK WESTERN FAMILY 14 oz. .00 WESTERN FAMILY DAYS Tea Bags Sai0da..............w, 85c Paper Towels Twln pack 59c HOney Alberta Gold.........2 Ib. carton 79C BODy POOU reBular linet 4 for JjC Milk Alberta Gold, evaporated 16 ez. 4 for 85C jBllO Jelly powders..........3' ox. J for Flour 20bag1.29 Cheese Burgers 1.79 Pineapple Juice ort FROZEN FOODS Margarine tTiT....... 3 73c VEGETABLES CORN, PEAS, PEAS and CARROTS, MIXED, 4 OQ 1 SHOESTRINGS, WENCH FRIES. 2 Ib. pkg. f VneeSe AlberlaGold ......2 Ib. block 1.O7 Alberta Cold Cheese Slices o'otT. 8 or. 2 Aunt Jsrnima, regular or Buttermilk........ for MEATS PHONE 327-S295 SPAGHETTI WESTERN FAMILY 14 01. 51 .00 CROSS RIB BEEF ROASTS QCc CANADA A or B Ib. JJ JJ Sirloin Steaks I4' Blade or Round Shoulder Beef Roasts GREEN BEANS WESTERN FAMILY FRENCH STYLE 14 or, 3; RICE WESTERN FAMILY LONG GRAIN 2-lb. pkg. 4? ORANGE CRYSTALS WESTERN FAMILY 6'A or. CHEESE SPREAD WESTERN FAMILY 16 oz. BACON WIENERS ALBERTA GOLD SLICED SIDE......Ib. ALBERTA GOLD 1 Ib. vac pack 1 SAUSAGE HAM Ib. tray pack 69' 89 MACARONI WESTERN.FAMILY 2-lb. pkg. SLICED, COOKED 6 or. pkg. Macaroni and Cheese Mock Chicken 37c Ham and Pk9.47c Coil Garlic Sausage mthepiece..............ib.49c Stcokettes .....................b.75c alue'Village PRODUCE I PHONE 328-1751 ______[ 39' PRUNE PLUMS B.C. Vu Pack Carton 3 25' BARTLETT PEARS ORANGES B.C. HANOI PAK Carton 3" 251 SUNKIST Ib. cello bag SPAGHETTI WESTERN FAMILY 2-lb. pkg. 1C 39' PEAS WESTERN FAMILY 14 oz. 3i77 CALIFORNIA VINE RIPE POTATOES LOCAL RED OR WHITE 10 lb' 59' BAKERY Phone 327-2424 J APPLE PIE 65' EACH DINNER BUNS 39s DOZEN ORANGE LOAF CAKE FROM FRISH ORANGES 49 EACH Village LOCATED AT THE CORNER Of 13lh STREET and 6th AVENUE S. BLEACH WESTERN FAMILY 128 oz. 67 BATHROOM TISSUE WESTERN FAMSLY 4 rolls 59' COFFEE WESTERN FAMILY INSTANT 10 oz. jar 1.59 Jl TUNA WESTERN FAMILY FLAKED, WHITE COFFEE ADD WESTERN FAMILY 16 01. ;