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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, September THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD -27 1 y- s Rare sight D'ARCY Ann Landers Mrs. Annie Crow Shoe, 95, of the Peigan Indian Reserve near Brocket, crushes berries. The berries, or cherries as the Indians prefer to call them, will be dried out and stored for winter. Few Indian women still practise this method of food preservation, which was used by the native people before the corning of the white man. Britain's abortions complicated LONDON (Reuter) An authority on family planning says women in Britain are dy- ing unnecessarily because abortions are not carried out early enough. "And the simplest method (vacuum aspiration) is not said Dr. Malcolm Potts, medical director of the International Planned Parenthood Federation. "I am just an old-fashioned doctor who does not like kill- ing people. We are in the steam age over abortion com- pared with he wrote in the magazine New Humanist. Britain, with its liberal legislation, has become something of an abortion centre of Western Europe. But Potts criticized the com- plicated procedure of booking women into hospital, often in- volving delays of weeks for a bed. He said the operation is more dangerous here than in New York "partly because doctors are not practised enough in carrying out abor- tions, and also because this country is backward in its methods and does not perform them early enough." Dear Ann Lander: You are right on with your answer to B. B. in regard to people who solicit free medical advice from doctors at dinner par- ties. As a wife who is frequently asked, "Do you mind if I im- pose on your I hoped you would emphasize that it's poor taste to try to get for nothing something that took a doctor twelve years to learn. My husband is a pediatri- cian who resents "social" conversations that drift to the medical problems of everybody's children. Even close friends have brought their children to our home and asked my husband to take a look at a throat, or an ear, or a foot. These same friends, interestingly enough, when they have to PAY, take their children to another doctor. I consider this a left-handed in- sult. Is there a gracious way Dear Anc: Physicians who are approached for curbstone medical diagnosis can and should say, "Sorry, I don't have the proper lights or equipment to do a good evaluation. Please phone my nurse and make an ap- pointment." What's cold and wet when it's hot and dry? GOT IT? GOOD FOR YOU! Palm Dairies Limited Dear Ann Landers: Don't you have any Scottish friends? Surely vou could have asked someone to help you with that. question, "Do Scotsmen wear anything under their I herewith quote the answer given to me by an old major who taught me to play the bagpipes. I asked him the same question. He replied. "I dinna ken, laddie, but if there's war again, I'll join the English army for I'll be damn- ed if I'll go through another winter naked up to the waist." Just Call Me Mac Dear Mac: I've yet to meet a true Scotsman who would have joined the English army because of a few icy blasts or for any OTHER reason! Dear Ann: All soft soap aside. I can't go along with your mushy approval of the woman who telephoned her gray-haired mother from the office umpteen times a day. Any woman who uses a business phone for personal calls is guilty of gross abuse of office equipment. She is also using the boss's time. He is not paying her to telephone her mother. Time spent on the phone is time NOT spent doing the work for which she was hired. This is unfair to the other employees in that office, because obviously someone must do it. You goofed, An- nabell. A Worker, Not A Talker Dear Worker: Sorry, I don't agree. There are values here that outweigh the ones you've mentioned. Some phone calls take less time than is required to write a letter to Ann Landers, such as the one you just wrote on office stationery and, I'll bet, on of- fice time. Dear Ann Landers: I feel as if I have been slapped in the face. Will you please tell rne if I have a right to feel insulted, or is there a side to this story that I am not seeing clearly? A very close friend of mine who has been married about as long as I have (20 years) is being cheated on left and right. Her husband, a hand- some, swinger-type, is mak- ing a fool of her. I thought she deserved better treatment so I told her, giving full details of the young woman he was sneaking around with, places they had been seen, specific dates and so on. Her response was a very chilly, "Thank you for your good intentions, but I wish you would mind your own business." If that were MY husband I would have been grateful that someone had taken the trouble to tell me. Am I crazy, or is Red Dear Red: Some wives would like to be told, others already know and appreciate the silence of their friends. Figuring out to which category a cheated-on wife belongs is pretty sticky stuff. She gave you good advice. I hope you take it. Dear Ann Landers: My mother believes that what people are shows on their faces. She says a sneaky person usually has small eyes, a stingy person has thin lips, a pointed nose, etc. She could talk for hours on the subject and has. Do you believe in this Child Dear Child: No. But I'm firmly convinced that the type of life people lead shows on their, faces especially women. Boozing and carous- ing takes its toll. By the time a woman is 40 she has the kind of face she deserves. Going to a wedding? Giving one? Or standing up in one? Even if you're already married Ann Landers's com- pletely new "The Bride's Guide" will answer questions about today's weddings. For a copy, send a dollar bill, plus a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope (16c postage) to Ann Landers, Box 3346, Chicago. Illinois 60654. WeeWhimsv Andrew Bowling will be sent the original art for his quota. Send vour child's Quotation to this paper. f t 1 j; v-'- 'f ii, 1 v "X 1 t v oil 32 ox, Salad Dressing Wwtorn Family... 32 ox. Milk Powder tf Mtern Family... 51 b. bag 65 2 Tomatoes Western Family 19 oz. .00 Fruit Cocktail Wettern Family-14oz. .00 Coffee Angel Food Western Family 11 oz. jar...... Cake mix Western Family Western Family, long grain 2lb. pkg................. 59' 69' Spaghetti Cut Macaroni 59' Pineapple Juice 2 S 75' 1.59 Solid light, Western Family 7 oz. tin Spaghetti Garbage Bags TOMATO SAUCE Western Family, 14 oz. Large plastic Pkg. of 10............... Western Family, White, Pink or yellow, economy 'O Paper Towels Egg Shampoo Twin pak Western Family 59' 4 I 89' 49' 75' 59' o R Drug Department Peanut Butter Western Family 17 oz. 89 Lilydale, Grade A-6-16 Ib. Ib.................. TURKEYS ...............7 Ground Beef Fresh Ground ib 99' Hams 95' Glenwood Cheese Sausage Meat rs 79' Dole. golden ripe. BANANAS CELERY HEARTS Scona pkg. CARROTS Alberta grown. 2lb. pkg........ ORANGES Sunkist. 1.13's. Lunch box size. Dozen CABBAGE Fresh, local 2 Ibs. 39' 79< 19 Spice Cake each Apple or Jam Turnovers 6 55' Floured Scones 2 Km dozen VV 7. We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities ;