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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ___Tueiday, December 26, 1972 THE LETH8RIDOE HERALD 13 Money? pioneer skills needed to start settlement farming By SHARP CP Women's TOIiONTO (CP) Nowa- days it takes money to live like a pioneer, and skills few people have had to develop. H. F. Crown says he gels letters, many of them from the United States, from people v.ho want to drop out of city life and try settlement farm- ing in Northern Ontario. "It's not a way of life any- body should be encouraged to get into when they have no resources and no knowledge of agriculture. Lack of knowl- edge is probably the greater .Mr. Crown is director of the Agricultural Rehabilitation and Develop merit Administra- tion cuses to study the issue. Perhaps the biggest obsta- cle to a widespread women's liberation movement in France is the psychology of the French woman herself. Though polls show that more and more French women scoff at the notion of male superiority, few are ready to raiiy around any group which says that cosmek ics should be banned. DEAR A.VN LANDERS: My is a chronic al- coholic. He went to A.A. twice but now he wor.'t go I've gone to Al-Amjn bul it for me the way it has for thousands of others. Over the past five years he has broken ever.- dish in the house, wre-cked furniture, torn up clothe; and entertained the neighbors v.ith his filthy 'anguage. I've calltd the sheriff, Tr.e hills and the silver the police. A.A., my my doctor, the clergy, and close "It only SOUNDED like he was whistling a1 you. At his age, he wheezes." SIMPSONS-SEARS SEWING MACHINE RENTAL Loti of mending to do? A wedding soon? A yen to be crenUve? Ren I and Sew with a gorgeolit KENMORE ZIG ZAG from Simpionj-Seari. Telephone 328-923) Or Drop In At Simpsons-Sears, Centre Village Mall For Complete Details 'triersJy dated from the IKOsV.nd I9k0s.'' much they fo'jr.d never be known.' But a coin dealer said various unidentified people had brought S3.W) to in coins and bills to her shop for valuation. Marguerite's, perhaps the state's' fanciest brothel more than tv-o decades ago, was closed in its ov.Tjer. died severs! years later leaving an estate to "2 Tr.e oM building was con- derrmed six months ago to make way for the housing develop- ment a l opp< 5th ANNUAL 4 DAYS ONLY WED., DEC. 27th thru SAT., DEC. 30th SEE OUR TO PRICE TABLES OF Giftware AND ALSO CHRISTMAS CARDS and CHRISTMAS WRAP Wheir you core enough to send the very VISIT THE ccasion i In COLLEGE MALL PHONE 328-7522 friends. I've even had him arrested. There was no solution. The problem is this: I am trying hard see that oar Eons as nesr a normal life as possible. They go back and forth between hating their father, fearing him arid feelkg sorry for him. Of course he never takes then; any place, yet when fathers of their pals invite our on fishing or camping trips my husband says are Tr.'idriling, or they are hcimo- sex'jals. or they are trying to shov; him up. i I believe our boys should have so.Tie decent male exampl" j to to admire and learn from. Lord they get nothing from their father. can I do about this? Chsnce In Maine DEAR Since your husband is probably in the bag hialf the time, you cannot look to him for rational decisions. Let the boys go m these little outings with their friends and their dads. Enlist the support of your clergyman and the boys' teachers. They back you up. Your husband's nose is going to be out of joint about something, so it might as well be over an issue that benefits the children. A no-nonsense approach to hjnv to deal with life's most difficult and most rewarding arrangement. Ann Landers' book- let, To will prepare you for better or for worse. Send your request to Ann Landers in care of Landers Reader Mail, Chicago Sun-Times, 401 North Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111., enclosing 50 cents in coir, and a long, stamped, self-addressed envelope. Pregnancy test kits recalled by FDA WASHINGTON (AP) Preg- r La Mar Laboratories at nancy test kits judged unre-! Oceanside, N.Y.. manufactures liable and gonorrhea test kits and distributes LPT Pregnancy lacking proof of safety and ef-: test kits for professional use', feetiveriess are being recalled The identical Ova II kits are throughout the United Stales, by j manufactured by La liar and the Food and Drug Adminis- j distributed through drug stores tration. hy Faraday Laboratories of The agency said any woman Hillside. N..J. wto has recently user] an OVA The FDA said that at its re- II test kit should "see her phy- j quest, the U.S. attorney's office sician immediately fa: accurate i in New Jersey seized more than methods of deto-jting preg- j Ova II kits last May. Tap i nancy." aday is contesting the seizure. S Trie kit.5, so'd without pre- I The other recall involves script ion and advertised in i nearly Gonodecten test: newspapers and women's maga-! hits for gonorrhea, manufac- zines wilh the slogan, "When i turtrf by thie Medical Products you want to be the first to, Di'-ision of U.S. Packaging are considered inaccur- j Corp. at La Porte. Ind. ale, unreliable and prone to The FDA contends the non- give false resuits, the FDA prescription kits lack 1 said. I ir.ented proof that (heor work. LEGION BINGO Next Bingo Wed., Jan. 3rd, 1973 JACKPOT BLACKOUT IN 57 NUMBERS OR LESS (fnereoiing number per week unfit won) 111 GAME JACKPOT 5th GAME (X) 10th GAME JACKPOT IN 52 NUMBERS 2 EXTRA BINGOS FOR TURKEYS FREE BUS SERVICI HOME AFTER ZINGO MEMORIAL HALL PUBLIC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY LOUNGE Children under 16 not allowed Sponsored by Ladiet Auxiliary to Canadian Legion ANNUAL CHRISTMAS TO NEW YEARS The gala occasion, the festive crowd, candle light music and you AND NOW THAT SPECIAL PRICE to 14 .95 Sizes 8 to 20 end jo 26x look so super great that heads turn ond conversation stops. 1995to2495 Reg. Values to 50.00 Junior Misses and Half Sizes For that special impad you need a very special gown. One with choriima, tong dance gowns and at-home-hostess gowns. .35 Sizes 9 half MATERNITY DRESSES O.S5 to LOUNGEWEAR for those lary at home Reg. to 40.00 ALL COATS MARKED DOWN FOR THIS SPECIAL EVENT PANT COATS and SKI JACKETS 14.95 49.95 SIMULATED FUR COATS 99.50 WOOL COATS FUR TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED 99.50 311 5lh St. S. Phone 327-3682 ;