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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tu.idoy, Auguri Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Wo have Iwo tccn-ngers who have never given us any trouble. Unlil now, Perhaps it isn't fair to say they ore giving us trouble but they hava caused us some sleepless nights. Actually they haven't done anything, but they talk so much about drugs that we are at a loss to know liow they can )M> so knovledgablo unless they have tried It out. The girl Is 15, tlic hoy Is nearly 17. Tlicy are good stu- respectful and responsible, although the girl is a bit mouthy and the boy is a little sloppy. They have some odd- looking friends but we know where they ore at all limes. At least we think we do. Hero are sonic of the statements our children have mado anil wi: would like to know if they arc true: Marijuana is harmless. No one has proved otherwise. Tho world would IK a place if nil alcohol was dumped into the ocean iind pot was used instead. It's a lie that LSD users have deformed babies. No ono has ever proved this statement. A certain percentage of babies are destined to be horn defective, regardless. fills can be a help lo people who need a temporally spurt of energy, They arc very hlopful in ca.sc of emergency. Only the idiots get hooked. If a person knows how to use pills he won't got inlo trouble. Tlic media have exaggerated the drug problem. Man has always leaned on something artificial to help Wm through per- iods of stress and strain, hunger and fatigue, and even bore- dom. Can you Icll us, Ann, which of these statements are true and which ore false? Today the kids seem to know more than the adults. We'd like lo see this letter in the column. Thank you. Hill Ignoramuses DEAR CHAP: The answers to tho questions you havo asked, as well as dozens of olher.s, arc in my new booklet called "Straight Dope on Drugs." This is a shameless plug because I want as many people to see this as possible. Send one dollar, plus a long self-addressed envelope, with 16 cents worth of stamps to Ann Landers, Hox 3M6, Cliicago, Illinois 60654. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Noana and Boompa here. We'd like to use your column to get a message to our daughters. It is inspired by the young mother who thought her parents woro "rotten" because they refused to bo round-the-clock sitters: DEAR DAUGHTERS: We apologize for raising you to be such spoiled kids. We apologize, too, for sliU being In our fifties, young enough to enjoy going away weekends instead of staying in town ami taking care of your kids so YOU can take off. We'd like you to know that we didn't shove- you on OUR parents when you were babies. Your father and I stayed home plenty, or we took you with U5-. Now it's our turn lo your turn to stay horns with YOUR children. Ruling out sickness or emergency, there is no reason why you girls and your husbands shouldn't ha responsible for your own children. When Uiey are grown, you will want to be free and you will havo earned yovir free- dom. As Ume marches on and your eliildrcn marry and liavo Uttlc ones, you can lell them what I am telling you. RAISE YOUR OWN. WE and Boompa (St. Louis) DEAR" NONNA AND BOOMPA: I loved your letter. Thanks for writing It. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "I don't want to see your license. I only want lo know how you evorgolone." LETHBRIDGEF1SH SGAMEASSOC. IN THE EAGLES HAIL I3lh 51. N. JACKPOT IN 55 NUMBERS FREE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS (4th, 8th and IN NUMBERS NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 HELP US TO HELP OTHERSI The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clolhing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CALL 3282860 FOB PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 HI AVE. S. Burning Rectal Itch Relieved In Minutes This Special ITcmorrhoid Remedy Contains A Unique. Hcnllng Substance That Relieves Pnin As It Shrinks Hemorrhoids One of the most common nf- flictions is n condition known afl "Itelling It is moat embarrfiBsing for tho sufferer during tliedaynnd especially aggravating nt nifiht. Jf you want fjoorl news, A renowned research laboratory linn found n nniquo hrolintf minsUinro Iho nbility_to promptly relieve tho burning itch nnd pnin. H nchmlly slirinixH hornorrhnidfl. This siiliMnnco linn beon shown fo product) a ninat, effective rnto of healing, Ila germ-killintf iropcrliea also liclp prevent fee lion. In ono hcmorrhold cnso nCtcr nnotncr "very ntrikinff improvement" wns rcporltul. This improvement wiia rnniti- in cjiscs whoro clinical obacrvnUon.1 wcro continued pro Ulf( over a period of many months. Furthermore, Iheso tests end observations wnio mntlRonpnlionlswiUia wicla variety of homorrhoidal conditions. All this was cccomplifllictl by n hcnling mibstnnro (Bio- by qt worltl-renowned research in- Btilufion. Tin's mibstnnco in nowolitninablo in ointment or fuppository form .known na Preparation If, Ask for Preparation II Suppositories (convenient to carry if nway from home) or Preparation II Ointment %vith Hpecinl np- plicn I or. Avnilablo nt nil d rug countorB, Satisfaction or your money refunded. Preparation Bleak outlook for the aged: patriarchs becoming pariahs UPSIDE DOWN WORLD School holidays are drawing to o close, and every precT- ous cJay counts. Seven-ye or-old Dragland figures there's no better way to pass iho lime lhan pumping on a swing ot Henderson Lake playground. Bill Groenen Photo Glamor symbol Raquel enjoys sex-object status By HAL BOYLE NEW YOKK (AD If yon hink naqucl Welch hates being a glamor symbol and a sex god- dess, you've OIG wrong girl. She likes wearing the mantle landed down by such previous renowned screen beauties as lean Ilarlow, Clara How, Rita laywortb, Kim Novak and Marilyn Monroe. "I don't tlu'nk that the public ins a mistaken image of only that it is too she said during a luncheon. "I don't find it unflattering or mraoral lo lx> regarded os a sox object. I want to go on play- Ing sexy roles, hut I want them also to be more lhan ono-dimen- sional. "I'd like to play more many- dimensional roles, as Julie JhrLstie and Jano Fonda do. My mage simply needs to be up- dated rather than changed." Kuciucl hopes that her latest lilm, Kansas City Bomocr, will help do this. It allows her fiery temperament full rein, as she portrays tho tempestuous star of one of North America's seamier sports fessional roller-skater racing. "It's the most important thing I've dor.o so she said. "I did a lot to put it together. I found the script, spent six months learning to skate, and even managed to break my right wrist before wo started shooting it." Famous beauties, like ordi- nary women, often are as aware of their defects as they are of their loveliness. 11 a q u e I feels her biggest handicap is lack of self-con- fidence. "It's my worst she said. "I get hi a panic that I won't be ablo to do things as well as I want to. I could do with less panic and less inside hysteria. I have lo fight it every time." What does she fetl Is her best character asset? "I forgive- she re- plied. "I'm rot very cynical. I'm still vulnerable. But I'd rather be pushed around and taken advantage of than be- come cynical. "I nm hopeful and optimistic. Young dog-ivalkers help unfortunate EDMONTON (CP) Tlirce Thorsby, Alia., youngsters, with help from an Edmonton cousin, are walking dotfs to finance Uicir holidays and help Ic.ss for- lunalc eliildrcn. Whalen, 11, brothers Donald, 12, and David, 10, and cnustn IT o a t h e r Hayes, 17, cliarRG an hour. Seventy- five cents goes lo an or- phan in India and 7f> cents into a holiday fund. The unusual fund-raising pro- ject was mother's irfca. kids wanted tf> po lo To- ronto a holiday, to llio exhi- said Keltic Whalcn, 'I s.nirl they'd havn (o cnrn PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ElKS IODGE ROOM (Upstnln) EVERY THURS-8 p.m. My philosophy is lo enjoy every iliing that happens, the gooc times and feelings, hut also til bad times and feelings he cause of the experience knowledge they bring you. I be lievo that you can have happ ness in a lifetime. I believe v, should become immersed in lif and not try to fight off our lions and impulses for fear o where they might lead us." THE IETHBRIDO! HERALD 13 aim ivin UNITED NATIONS igger gross national product in levcloping countries. Loneliness, poverty, sickness and despair are the lot of man? f about 200 million persons in he who arc G? or older. But the shock of crumbling tra- ittion makers the situation even worse in some places. These are preliminary find- ings of experts making an inten- sive study of the problems of old age for the UN General As- .cmbly. The completed report is due in 1973. For the broad purpose of this study old people are considered Lo be those CO or over. Tarek Shuman, a UN sociolo- gist who is preparing the study, says that in many developing c oun tries the kinshi p sy st em has been undermined and "the role of the feared and revered patriarch is disappearing." "Migration from rural areas left behind large numbers of older people whoso traditional sources of economic and social family and friends no longer available. "In urban communities, the cost and difficulty of assuming the- support and care of aging parents is also mounting. The standard of living is becoming much higher. The typical home has little or no space available to take in additional family members." Old-age assistance is a Joke in countries where e very just the elderly has similar problems. The situation promises to worsen as life expectancy In-i creases. Jn Africa, the old are expected to comprise five cert of tho population in 1975, compared with three per cent in 13G5. In the United States the aged are 10 per cent now. The UN experts have been calendar of I f I local The Women of the Moose No. 323 hold a regular meeting at K p.m. Tuts day in the Moose Hall, 1234 3rd Avc. N. Hostesses are Nellie Shaw and Lorraine Christie. The bus will leave the post office at pjn, Wednesday for the Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens' annual picnic, which will commence at 2 p.m at the research station. Taber and Fort Maclcod pensioners i 11 al.s o be in a ttendance. There will be a pot luck lunch and members are asked to take knives j forks and spoons. Tea coffee anci treats will be pro vidcd. In the event of incle- ment wea ther, pi en ickers are asked to meet at the civic cen- tre at 2 p.m. ooking at old age In Yugosla- via, Hungary, tho Ukraine, Greece, Malta, Lebanon Uganda, Ghana, Iran, Pakistan, Mexico and Bolivia, Before the 1973 deadline, studies vail also be mado in in- dustrialized countries like- Can- ada and the United States and in Western Europo and Aus- tralia. IWeeWhimsvl SIMPSONS-SEARS SEWING MACHINE RENTAL Loti of mendfng to do? A wadding toon? A yen lo bo creative? Rent and Sew with a gorgeoui KENMORE ZIG ZAG from Telephone 323-9231 Or Drop In At Simpsons-Sears, Centre Village Mall Far Complete Details their own money. "They also wanted to do something for a worthy cause. So I told llicm if they martc enough to support an orphan in Intiia or some other country for six months pay for I he child for another six. "It'll make them conscious o other kids who don't get holi- days." The job is a natu- ral for the children, who worked j in August from their aunt's home in (he cily. "We used (o live in an apart- ment in Toronto and the kids used lo have to run home from school to walk our two Mrs, Whalon said, "I know how many dogs must bo pent up in npnrlmcnls, with! owners haven't time (o lake them 'J'lic havo eight flogs I on their Thorshy district farm. "JX'ni.sa thinks more of dogs than of Mrs. Whalen sairl. "She still fakes the dogs fnr long runs, even though it's not really necessary in LEGION BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY AT 8 p.m. BLACKOUT IN S3 NUMBERS OR LESS (Increasing on. number par week until won) lit GAME JACKPOT Slh GAME (X) lOlh GAME JACKPOT IK 48 NUMBERS FREE BUS SERVICE HOME AFTER BINGO MEMORIAL MALI PUBLIC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY LOUNGE Children under T6 not nllowcd Sponsored by Larfici Auxiliary fo Canadian Legion SIMPSONS-SEARS "Crushable" wig 16 99 Can o wig that looks iJiii coot, Tigfit and eoiy-care? Absolutely I It'i our "Crushoblfl" and iF's leu. All you wear 11 on airy lallice of loca. You can pull your own hair through for smashing highlights. Easy-care becauss made of Dynet for with halter lo efo. Gofng back to school? Slip If on, brush it oui anrf you'ro ready to go. ChocsD from a back-lo-nolura collection of lovely fhodej. In Our Wig Watch lor our BacMo-School flyer in Wednesday's paper Quality Costs No More at Simpsons-Sears STORE HOURS: Open Dnily 9 a.m. fo p.m, Thursday ond Friday 9 o.m. to 9 p.m. Cenlre Village Telephone 328-9231 ;