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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta -biuary 15, 1IV2 She bf'lwvr's in 7'IE imiBPIPGE 13 A SWINGING TIME Bradley, 6, Sluarl, 2, and Paula Karl, 4, a swing session at Henderson Lake Park during ihe current mild spell. Stuorl, centre, gets a helping hand from dad, Ken Karl. Alberta's only woman cabinet mliiisiej Ann Landers DEAR LANDERS: In a recent, column you thai 3'our maiTied daughter does not have a key lo your place and you don't have a key lo hers. You made il clear thai neither drops in on the olher uninvited and you are guests in each other's homes. I was shocked by tins public confession ol formality be- tween a mother and her daughter. Don'L you realize Ihal a child is a child all of her life and marriage does not change it? I have two daughters, both married, and an unmarried Eon, The girls come and go as they please and il's always a pleasure lo see them. I would consider it an insult if they felt (hey had lo telephone me before coming over. The arm's length arrangement you describe suggests a cold and formal relationship. 11 would be very interesting lo know what your daughter Lhinks aboul being n guest in her mother's home. Missouri DEAR FROM: Only my daughter can answer Ihal ques- tion, so I asked her. Here's a mo'Jicr of Ihree children: DEAR FROM: Relatives wlio wander in and oul of each other's homes strike me as being long on time and short on manners. To announce one's visit in of jusL popping nothing more than an acknowledgement of love's elder brother, respect. IL seems lo me that one of Ihe greatest favors a mother can do for her children is to raise them lo be independent. One way to build independence is by discouraging continuous traffic in and oul of one another's homes.- Your conclusion thai a policy ot no droppmg-in is (be hallmark of a cold and formal relationship is erroneous. To my way of thinking, it denotes consideration for another per- son's time and privacy. I would do no less for a and my mother and I are vory good friends indeed. DEAR ANN LANDERS: 1 didn't Uiink thai letter was very funny Ihe one from (be bride who gave her husband a rigorous kiss at (he allar and he yelled, "Turn me loose, will Tire guests all heard and laughed. When we were married in a large church ceremony my husband didn't kiss me. He just stood Ihcve. I was hurl, and showed il. Several people mentioned it later and Ihal made the hurl worse. Every lime 1 go to n wedding and see Ihe bride and groom kiss 1 am reminded thai I was n kissless bride and I relive Ihe shame and embarras-smenl. Please, Ann. all couples Ihal the wedding kiss is Hie sweetest kiss of all. Those of us who were deprived never forget. VVorlh DEAR F.W.: You lold 'em. And 1 lhank you. DEAR AN'M LANDF.RS: This is for Maryland woman who blamed herself for having a miscarriage. She went bouling in her fitlb month and losl the baby A friend lold licr that if she had carried ihe baby anoiher coiipln of weeks it could have sumvcii in an incubator. I experienced a similar incident and 1 hope you will pi-int my letter so will keep Iheir stupid mouths shut. I was eiglit-ninnlbs picgnanl and lecling wonderful fine evening when my husband was working late I derided In gel Ihe bouse Mure 1 went lo the hospilal-so I out a ladder and slarlrd lo wash the kitchen walls. I wa.s nearly fini.sbrd uhen Ihe phone rang. It was m" girlfriend. When 1 lold her I was washing Ihe kitchen walls she screamed, "Are you craiy Da you want thai lo be born with Ihc cord around bis neck Well, dial's exactly what happened weeks later. I can't describe Ibc Ihoughls Ihal vent through my head: first nngcr and hate because I thought she had "wished it" on me. Then guilt. I was cerlain I had killed my bally. 1 nearly wcnL out of my mind wilh grief. II was my wonderful obstetrician who my vmitv. He lold me lli.il wall washing had nothing whatever lo do with (he slranpilalinn, MM such Iliinps happen, and no one knows why. lie me lo have another baby right. away, and f did Thank (iod we now have a healthv normal child. Sii, Ann, please tell friends no: lo make Midi Ihniphlless, idiotic remarks. And advise Ihe women who have tragedies like mine lo talk In their doctors immediately. Celling all the Icrrible feelings oul into Ihe is llr only way, (Had I Hid I'm glad you loj. Thanks for the testimony. A let lev from a woman who has been there is a great deal more effective l.lian anything 1 might say. j Childhood integration experiment WINNIPEG (CTM The Man- ilolja government is considering slarlinR an experimental pro- gram Ihis year lo lest theories aimed a! ovcrcominR an obvious need for integrated planning in early childhood Elaine a 25-year-old 1 Winnipeg rstivp and a graduate from Ihe University of Manitoba with a degree in home cconom- ics and a major in child devel- opment, was appointed a "day- c.'irc fo-ordinalor" tho Maniloha rlcparlinenl of educa- tion, health and social dovelon- j nicnl last August. j Ill an interview Mrs. j said her job was to provide liai- son. formulaic policy and give a general direction lo Ihe provin- i cial philosophy and funding guideline's for Ihe establishment of pre-sclicol care. She report' direct ly to the newly-created cabinet committee f lieallh, educa'ioi) and social policy. Your Druggists in Letkbridge and Southern Alberta LETHBRIDGE Thriftway Drugs 702 13th Street North Phone 327-0340 McCaffrey's Drug Store 418 13th Street North Phone 327-2205 BLAIRMORE Michael Finn Pharmacy Phono 562-2192 CARDSTON Temple Cify Drugs 271 Main Street Pho-io 653-3842 CLARESHOLM Clarosliolm Pharmacy 1st SlrrtP Pl-.onn 235-3050 COALDALE Coaldcile Pharmacy 1721 20lh Avonuo Phono 345-3277 FORT MACLEOD Price's Rexall Drug 206 24lh Sired Phone 234-3093 TABER Johnson's Taker Drug Store 53 M 48lh Aveniin Phonn 223-2233 VULCAN Mifchell's Pharmacy Phonn 405-2012 Vulcan Pharmacy Phonn 4B5-2132 KDMONTON (CP) Helen llunlcy wil lull you she's ju.sL ;i small-town fe'irl who liucsn'l know what goes on in Ihe big in politics. II lias Lo be a pul-on. Aflcr all, she's Ihe only woman cabinet minister in M- herla's new Progressive Con- servative government. And she's noL n babe in the woods politically, having been a lown councillor tor 11 years- including five as mayor. She's also paid her dues in Ihe business world, taking a job al a farm implement dealer's and eventually run- ning Ihe place. When il closed through lack of good started her own insurance company and it's going strong She was even a training ser- working up lo tile Canadian Army overseas during the Second World War. While she is a bit reticent in talking lo reporters aboul her plans for various departments as minister ivilbolit portfolio, she does have dclinite ideas about the status of women. The; 01-year-old brunette- she looks much younger al- though she isn'L says women must be more po.silive ulxnil tJit'ir slalus. "I Lhink women must adopt a positive a belief IhaL we're equal, that Ihere can't possibly lie any discrimination." She said that arc "programed lo feel infe- rior.'1 although she obviously doesn't ami said she's never felt discriminated against. "If it's been there I've never noticed il. 1 made my way in a man's world I never noticed any discrimina- tion. I just did my thing." Nor ministry is classified as a part-lime job, so she com- mutes hvice a week to her home in Rocky Mountain I IJoas-c, milei wnUiv.rsf nf Kdmonlun, ulirjre she lies lo JUT iiipiij-.-jju-L- company. "It's my pension plan." She had planned "In rclirc" Ihis year by Riving up her mayoraily In- stead, at Ihe of fircMJve Conscrvalivc Peter Loitfihccd, entered polilics. 'In a way il was a who eol me involved She'd been critical ol ;i M- oral Libural rupirsL-nlaliM- a meeting in and ln-'d aslicd her she doint: to IliinRs I h r o u p 1) parly action. I wasn't in n party, .so I couldn't answer." So she slarlurl working a pnrly. Her caliinol duties put her in charpG ofscvcivi! including women's du- rt'mi. i She's been outspoken in ibc .sf-pfirstc1 lion.s for niL'ii ami v.ojmjn. sri v.j.s iJ sjjf con'-i- clcrcd a uninc'ii'.-. burc.'iii ni-c- 'I kind of v.onder if UILTI; .'bould he a v.fjint'n's bureau when (here's not a men's bu- lenii D" :i lujv's: bureau ur vlj.-d It.-iu- ujn SKI-IS MANV FKOIJI.IvMS Ilowf-vi'i1. she sees many of llir- prnhlcins (I'nt Ihe Inirp-'iu v.itli as imporlanl. For cxamnlf. il often lielns ihosr- v.ho don't know how to list1 ex- I'epar'mcnrN. A'ul iuM h e e a u s c slic n r r r r fcj( tliwriminziion docsn'l nu'.sn Ihal slie nip wonir-n uiis lo lirsr aren't or- v.iio don't kror.v l.'i1.1. In make liK'ir ['rievanres i.nov, n "I gci lois o( information tniiii the women's cmiifi.'- -and il's nil valuable Jjii! I tlnnr-.-I dun t knov; but I UK-IT' is a gaping hole in v.lin v.e ln'ar fi'oin." 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