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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Here's a message for "Had the satber of teenage CorvOut. yourself clean. Respect older people. Accept respOMbility. Tne iwrid doesn't am you anything. Get rawing. Itake a contribution." These are the' same rules 1 was raised by led I'm 16 a member of your sen's generation. Apparently you believe all teen-agers are alike. You are mistaken. It's obvious from your letter that you and your husband have given your ion too much freedom aad loo much of everything. You probably feel guilty because you nave let him walk all over you. You also let him mouth off and be obnoxious. You say your son has been kicked out of two schools for snaking marijuana but you would seud him to i third school if be can get in someplace. Why? I'll bet be wouldn't have been out for smoking marijuana if it vat bis mn money going down the drain. Why irate the lame mistake a third time? Quit asking yourself where you failed and start to make some demands on thai spoiled son. Don't let him give you that old line about inheriting a lousy world. Your generation inherited a lousy world, loo. It's what we do Hilh that lousy world that oounls. Smoking marijuana won't help. i-ay down the lav to your son, which is what you slic'Jd have done ago. If he rebels, kick him out. I know you love him, but maybe being forced to nuke his own ik-ay in this world will make a man out of W. oi Pboe- W. of Phoenii DEAR ANN LANDERS: We live in a four-lamily flat. The people below us work crazy hours when they are oo the .night shift they sleep during the day. When they are on Ihe split shift they sleep nl unpredictable hours. We never know if they in in or oil. We hare a six-mooch baby who wakes i lot of laundry. My wishing machine is directly above our neighbor's bed- room. I have to run at least two loads every day. Tbe neighbors complain that this interferes wrti their rest. Like most women I do my Tacuumiag is the morning this also them. Twice last month when we bad guests they pounded on the pipes with a monkey-wrench and beat on our ceiling with a broom handle. This can be very embarrassing when you are trying to carry on a conversation. Yesterday, Ihe baby cried and woke them up. They called on be phone and screamed, "Don't you know this is Sunhy" My hustand told them WE knew it Sunday but tin baby We ton never my trouble with naghbros before aad we like to resolve our problems with these people because ve cannot move. Will you suggest a solution? People Wj D Want Peace DEAF; PEOPLE: Invite the neighbors for cup of coffee and let ttan know you want peace. Offer to do your laundry and vacuuming when they are at work. Eiplain that you curt control the baby's crying but you'U do your When mey see you "are ioleresled ic I better relationship the chances an good that they will cooperate. Tbe solution in I word oonuamicatiaB. Ooofldential to: Want To Help Tbem: Your letter met you might be getting nonius II you really la help (Uggest that mey go to t doctor. When romantic glances (urn to warm embraces is it love or chemistry? Send for the booklet "Lore Or Sex And How To Ten The by Am Landers. Enclose a long, damped, sett-addressed envelope and IS cento in coin with your request. y, Ajwll 10, TH( LETHMKtCf HBuUD 17 The Pilf Less Risk Than Motorboat Ride Is more ukely to be a death the fan- y if Dad buys an outboard mo- torbont Hue if Mm lakes the Dr. D. Malcolm Polls, medical secretary to the Inter- national Parenthood Federation old (he eighth annual meeting of Planned Parenthood Toronto. OomnjenHag on the coo- roversy surrounding "the Dr. Pods told the meeting thai his emphasis OD one means of >irth control has tilted the pill, is a birth control method, cut ot perspective. thrombosis risk element as been known since Dr. Greg- ory Pincus and Dr. John Ruck developed the pill. In a world where 20 million people rely on he pill as a contraceptive, this risk of using it must be re- ited to other life risks. Scientists studying the pill ooked for three answers: sere complications different accord- ing-to age; was the risk ele- ment cumulative; and how great 'a risk was the high-estro- gen pill? Research in Great Britain showed that one woman under Ihe age of il5 in lUO.OOO died from thrombosis and, over the age of 33, three women in 100, 000 died from thrombosis. It was proved that the death risk was not cumulative but started when a patient began taking the pill and ended when she stopped. With r e g a r d to the pill with the higher quantity of estrogen. Dr. Potts said that some worn en require high-estrogen pills and, imder medical supervision need to continue taking them. The risk if death (root preg- nancy fe 10 to 15 times as great as the risk of death from the pill. Since the dawn of histery, iwneu have died because -of their reproductive system, eith- er in having children or in pre- venting them "I personally said Dr. Potts, "that it Mould be safer to prescribe cigarettes and pul pills in slot machines." Smoking, he said, Is far more dangerous than the pill la Great Britain 20 to 30 women lie from taking the pill y, but persons die from lung cancer "and if aU can- cer deaths were reported in newspapers they would fill them." The health benefits from ng the pill are many. One of he most important is the con- trol of pre-menstrual tension. During fertile years, half of aU eaths in women occur during the pit-menstrual Lenioc pe- riod, five days before a men- strua] cycfe three days of be period. 'Out op. 'own Mr. aod Mrs. J. S. Sbreeye have returned to their home in Vancouver, B.C., .after visit ing in the city for the past two weeks. -Mrs. Diane Sivanson and in- fant son Tim have returned to their home in Ottawa after vising in the city with Mr. Mrs. G. W. Shreeve and Mr and Mrs. C. Swanson. riot only deems occur at this lame but also there ie a high acoaeol riw. The piQ removes these Referring to legal abortion in England, Dr. Potts told the THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes meeting that family declare now recognize the need for fam- ily planning and are locking more seriously toward provid- flg information to their, pa- Ueuts. In England abortace are carried cut weekly in hos- pitals. 'Tlis does not indicate an In- crease in abortus, but the moveir.ent of b c kstreet abor- Uoas into the he said. CormneoUng oo the need for belter fundiEg to provide more "Aren't you going to take your rwHy CASH BINGO Thii Thursday Evening, April 30th STARTS 100 P.M. SHAIP PARISH HAU COINEt 1W, SHEET B association hid operated on a of just over while trying to pro- vide in alternative to unwanted children. "Ontario spends S42 mUUoa annually caring for ehitdnn parents are umviUiog or untMt to look reported Ian Bain, treasurer of Planned Par- enthood Toronto. BINGO Scandinavian Hall m ink "e" N. Fri., May 1st Start! f.m. Dun Opn it 7flO p.m. 5 Cards for GOID CAIDS PAT DOUtU EACH fl.OO Wi, Mi and Urit Cairm In WORTH Swrtf OtM U UPSET NATURE LOS ANGELES (AP) An expert atji women's growing demand for clothiDg could dMobiusry unset the bal- aoce of ncture B some areas. "I read that womec are paying P30 far a pair of soakeskm said WiDium R. Turner, curator of reptiles at the Los Angeles no. "This Is rery sbori.-sighUd. May o( the snake skins being, imporled into this country come from underdevel- oped countries.. Snakes eat ro- dent.-, aod rodents m one of me chief threats to crops in them BttinB." THE COSMOTIQUE AT 305 M ST. PHONt EXPLORE CAMPERS TENT TRAILERS CAMPING EQUIPMENT at COLLEGE MALL COURTESY OF COLLEGE MALL MERCHANTS ASSOC. ALL TERRAIN VEHICLES TRAIL BIKES BOATS TRAILERS EVERYTHING FOR OUTDOOR FUN! DISPLAYS THROUGHOUT THE MALL AND S. PARKING LOT TODAY THROUGH SATURDAY, MAY 2nd Displays Courtesy of NORTH LETHBRIDGE MO-TIRES PONDEROSA AUTO and TRAILER SALES LTD. SILVER STAR INDUSTRIES UNITED MOTORS LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE TOYOTA TRAVEL CENTRE BARBECUE CHICKEN SAT., MAY 2nd from p.m. Free with proof of pyrchoM from any Col 1 6 90 Mafl. COWTOY Of SOUTHERN AIMRTA POULTRY COUNCIL COLLEGE SHOPPING MALLI 2025 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE Wovtw ;