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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta .Wednesday, December 15, 1971 THE [ETHBRIDGE HERALD 21 Ann Landers DEAH ANN LANDERS; My son, age 16, started to collect Nazi items about three years ago. He has two Nazi flags, and German medals all over tha place. He also has a German gun and a helmet from World War Two and other "souvenirs" which he thinks are "nifty." What bothers me most are the pictures on the wall of Adolf Hitler. I an: ashamed when people who come to the house see our son's room. I try to keep his doer closed, but when he's at home he invites them in. Some of our friends have asked him why he collects these things and he says he "likes history." Our son is a good student and has never gotten into any trouble. He has very few friends, however, and this worries me. When he was younger he had several pets but he was cruel to them and I said "no more pets." Two years ago lie found a stray kitten and Iregged me to let him keep it. Three days later he killed the kitten by dragging it to death behind his bike. Do you see any connection in the facts I've outlined in this rambling letter? Please advise. Mother DEAR MOTHER: I certainly do, and I urge you to waste no time in getting this boy to a doctor for a psychiatric evaluation. There are several clues which even a lay person can recognize as potential danger signals. Get going and good luck. DEAR ANN LANDERS: No big deal here, but my wife and I would like an answer. I'm an architectural engineer and my wife and our two children live in a house I designed years ago. Everything is the way we want it. No guest room. My parents came to visit a few weeks ago and left very annoyed because they had to sleep on the pull-out bed in the den. Before they said goodbye, they told us we should have put the kids in the den and given then; their bedroom. I say kids should not be uprooted for company. Am I right? I am really not WO per cent sure, which is why I'm asking. If you say I am wrong we'll move the kids to the den next year. If you say I am right we'll tell my parents they can sleep on the pull-out bed again or go to a hotel. Please advise. Guest Room DEAR N.G.: Sorry you're wrong. Parents are special people. Any other guest, O.K., but not your mother and dad. What's more, I admire them for laying it on the line instead of remaining silent and going away hurt. Write a letter of apology and invite Item to come next year. It takes a big persons to say, "I was wrong." M DEAE ANN LANDERS: Is it harmful to a small child if he eats cigarette butts? How about burnt matches? We have a nephew who walks around eating whatever lie finds in ash- trays. His parents insist his body needs the sulphur and minerals lie gets from the "garbage." They say that's why be does it. It's "nature's way." Are Uicy DEAR CON: A child won't die from eating a few cigar- ette butts and some burnt matches, but it certainly will not do him any good. Additional board members for Family Service Bureau Increasing involvement in Hie community has made it ne- cessary for the Lclhbridgc Family Service to increase its board membership. Present board members are Dr. R. Kinniburgh, president; Miss Ann Kirby, Dr. II. Skol- rood, II. Mcnlanlto, C. Kiely, and Fred Hamilton. New members are Sister Magdalene Shea, Mrs. F. Rus- sell, Art Wood, Art Loewen, Mrs. Sylvia Campbell, Murray Munsie, Jack McCrackcn. The Family Sen-ice Bureau has been involved in several new activities during the past few months. Prominent among these are the lectures on house- hold functions and responsibili- ties for young mothers; a se- ries of discussions on raisinj children in today's society am another introducing student nurses fo the role of the bu- reau in the community. One of the aims of tlic bu reau is to keep abreast of ad- vancements in the family liv- ing area being made in other centres, and representatives will be sent to the upcoming Victorian Order of Nurses con- ference in Edmonton and to the Family Therapy Confer- ence being held at the Calgary School of Social Welfare. MILITARY MINK Private Cathy Simpson of CFB Pet- awawa models the new mink hat now being issued to the women members of the armed forces. The hat is made of mink tails dyed black and replaces the peaked caps of the pre-integratiors forces. SEALSKIN BOOTS lined Throughout With Reol Sheepskin. SEE OUR WINDOWS BENEFIT SHOES LTD. 615 4th Ave. S. Phone 327-7300 OPEN DAILY UNTIL 9 P.M. alive women's problems discussed at conference EDMONTON (CP) The Indian Act protects men, but tells women to go out and pro- tect themselves, a panelist told delegates at a Native Council of Canada workshop. Gail Moore, vice-president of the Equal Rights for Indian Women organization in Quebec, was participating in a discus- sion on native women's prob- lems at the four-day workshop of tlie Canadian Native Friend- ship Centre. She asked for the support ol delegates in her work aimed at obtaining equal rights for In- dian women. Under the terms of the fed era! government's Indian Act I IDEAL GIFT SUGGESTIONS 1 FOR THE SNOWMOBILER! W LADIES' and MEN'S I SKI-DOO SUITS S? by CARLTON W 100% nylon, water and wind proof, flap covered pockets, full length two way jumbo zippers. Black with yellow stripes, M, L nnd XL available. I M AS ILOW IAS 27 95 I w f S? SKI-DOO HELMETS 19.95 j KNITTED ORLON HEAD AND FACE MASK 2.50 MEN'S SNOWMOBILE BOOTS 12.95 GOGGLES WITH 2 EXTRA LENSES 2.95 HEAVY LEATHER MITTS, extra warm lining 9.95 jj Shop While The Selection Is Best At BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-3221 OPEN THURSDAY tinrf FRIDAY UNTIL 9 F.M. "SERVING S. ALBHPJA FOR OVER 35 YEARS" Indian women who marry non- Indian men arc taken off the Indian register. However, In- dian males who marry non-In- dian women retain their Indian status. A motion was passed that the conference and the Native Council of Canada snppo-1 the policies of the native women of Canada and what they are try- ing to do to better their posi- tion in society. Delegates agreed to a motion that all delegates attending the workshop commit them- selves to working towards the unity of all native people, in- chiding Eskimos. Several delegates said that they felt the government was dolibcralely trying to divide native people by separating them into treaty, non-treaty, and "others." One delegate said that as long as this separation exists, native people would remain minority groups. "As long as these barriers exist between us, we will never be lie said, urging that the separating barriers be eliminated. However, another delegate urged that unity should come first, then the elimination of. the separations between native! peoples. j Stan Daniels, .treasurer of j the Metis Association of Albcr- ta, said that unity between the non treaty and native peo- ples' organizations is impos- sible. "It's already been he said. "Sure it's nice to talk about unity and working to- gether and brothers and sis- ters, but how in the hell do you get it He said that treaty Indians don't want fo break the hairier down, and "we have to accept it." However, James Ducharme, president of tlie Metis Associa- tion of Alberta, was more hope- ful. He urged Metis people not to "lie down and play and said there have been consider- able breakdowns in the bar- riers in the last few years. He said he could see that as treaty and non-treaty Indians worked together for a common cause, the barriers would bo elimin- ated. "I can sec treaty Indians and non-treaty Indians coming to- gether on a cultural rather than on a legal he said. PROGRAM STARTED PICTOX, Ont. (CP) A mass education program has been launched by the Ontario division of the Canadian Cancer Society. Patterned after the highly suc- cessful Woman to Woman edu- cational campaign two years ago, the new project, called Person to Person, will tackle lie problem of trying to reach everyone in the community, men as well as women, in an ef- fort to toach them a trout cancer, its prevention, detection and treatment. TOY SPECIALS! AT THE GALT EDUCATIONAL TOY FAIR (Ncul lo Royal Bonk, Ncor Idler's) MECCANO SET 2. Reg. 8.50 SPECIAL 5.75 MECCANO SET J. Reg. 650 SPECIAL 4.50 MftAU'C and 24 WOODEN ANIMALS 11 flft NUAH 5 AKIV RPg. ,600 SPECIAL PICTURE LOTTOi PICTURE DOMINOES GAIT "SEE INSIDE" WOODEN PUZZLES 50% off Reg. Prices HURRY-TOY FAIR CLOSES DECEMBER 24lh SPECIAL 1 '50 SPECIAL 'Value'Village A Tradition In Lethbridge 12-oz. Kent jars OLIVES, ONIONS. GHERKINS MIXED NUTS _, ,_.. 89' for 1 2QQ0 for Fruit Cocktail Honey Onion Soup Mix patses Cake Mix 5 Shrimp A5tra Detergent UNCLE BEN'S POP CHOCOLATE PUFFS BRIDGE ItfilA Christie! Miniature lowneys homespun :onomy Tea Christmas Napkins Pkg. ISO's................... Gift Pak Preserves (imported from ICECREAM 0 ,79 t? Christmas Log Rolls. Silverwoods...............each R v plus ofher Christmas Novelties MEATS PHONE 327-5295 TURKEYS Canada Grade 'A' Over 20 Ibs.........Ib. Diitnn Dnnef ''ecm KUmp KOOST Canada Choice or good Ib. Cocktail Sausage Pork Spareribs Tendcr and 690 Dinner Hams II Burns JEOti Dnnnff Ctonlr Fu" cul' Canac'n cnoice "fl 10 ITllinS whole or half..............Ib. Jjjj'' IVOUna JIClllV Canada Good Ib. Bacon AlbertaGold lb. Butt Roast of Pork .....lb Wieners Sausage Sticks PRODUCE I PHONE 328-1751 Cranberries Ocean Spray McFarland 1-lb. pkg. OC B.C. Red Delicious or Macs........4-lb. cello bag sweet spanish type Oregon 2 HB Ibs. Carrots Alberta grown 2-lb. pkg. BAKERY Phone 327-2424 I Christmas Specialties from the Village Bake Shop Dark and ligM fruit cakes (full of fruit) Plum Puddings Dark and light fruit cake almond iced and decorated Christmas cookies and assorted short bread Mince tarts, cushions and pies Place your order now PHONE ORDERS FREE DELIVERY CHARGE ACCOUNTS 'Value'Village LOCATED AT THI CORNER Of 13th STREET and 6lh AVENUI ;