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Lethbridge Herald {Newspaper} - 1974-01-30,Lethbridge, Alberta W«*MÉdw. JiMM M. m4-THl tMnmbM Oiled birds Steve Norton, left, and Kim Gifford hold two oil-covered ducl<s caught in the 700 gallons of heavy bunker oil that spiKad into the waters of Burrard inlet near Port l\4oody. B.C. recently. The oil was from the freighter Ogden Clipper. Ann Landers Dear Ann Landers: 1 am a 25-year-old mother who is going out of my mind. I can’t handle our tWL sons, six and three. Neither can my husband. He’s on strike now, and says he doesn’t Icnow how I stand these kids. We have both whipped them time and time again. It doesn’t do one bit of good. Last Saturday, I got up at 7:00 a.m. The boys had the dog m their bed, feeding him com flakes. I gave them a hard • whipping, but it didn’t mean a thing. Three days later, they poured chocolate symp and honey all over the floor and' dresser. Another hard whipping. This morning their mattress was soaking wet. They had poured several battles of beer over it. Their daddy whipped them again. Please, Ann, tell us what to do with these kids. — Frustrated And Helpless Dear F. and H.: The first question of gay vs. straight relationships? Although I take exception to some of your views, I believe you have rovided an honest and laltby forum for differing opinions. I am a homosexual, 29, successful in business, college - educated and involved in community work. I’ve had the same lover for three years. Our relationship is better than most straight relationships. Generally speaking, thing you can do is stop wl^pp> ing them. By now, you ought to know it doesit’t do any good. The next thing you can do is call the Community Mental Health Service and ask to be put in totich with someme who can counsel you and your husband on how to discipline your children. Youngsters who are out of control when they are only three'and six need special handling. If you don’t get into the driver’s seat pretty darned soon, those boys will be utterly impossible to deal with later. Get going. You’re two years late right now. Dear Ann Landers; May I express my thanks for your even - handed approach to the couples don’t get along well after a while. They argue a lot and then sp^lit. Is it any wonder? We are discriminated against by tax laws, badgered at work, kept out of jobs, rejected by the church, and cast out by our families. Don't you think that if homosexuals were treated decently, instead of being harassed and ridiculed, they would get along as well as married couples? Life is tough enough wiUiout the added strain imposed on us by society. How about a word from you, Ann?—L.R. Dear L.B.: You mean ANOTHER word, don’t you? I’ve already pounded out thousands of words on this subject. Yes, I’m sure the strain of living a covert existence can create enormous tension, and tension shortens tempers and ruins relationships. You ask that homosexuals be treated decently, that they not be harassed or ridiculed or discriminated against. Well, I have been pleading the same case for 18 years. Good luck to both of us. economists in demand SASKATOON {CP) - There is a growing need for home economists and universities have been urged to update teaching programs in this area, Brenda Robertson, New Brunswick’s social services minister, said this week. Mrs. Robertson, who was in Saskatoon for a lecture at the University of Saskatchewan, said the term home economist presents an image of a person in a neat little kitchen mth all the most up-to-date equipment, preparing a super meal. This facade must be broken down, she said, adding that home economic workers must get out to where the problems are. Th^ should go into iiomcs where there are only a few pots and a limited budget. WoTkilng in such environments, home economists can be of real service in deciding how families^can best be served, she said. Home economists can play a vital role in the field of social services, Mrs. Rol^g^n noted. GREEN’S ANNUAL JANUARY Continues . * WOMEN’S DRESS SHOES Regular Values to $28.00 Included are pumps and dress sandals by Gold, Cross. Celina, Woolley, etc. 3 Sale prices to Save you $$$ ' ^99_y99,‘|299 HEEL HUGGER PUMPS and DRESS SHOES Short and discontinued lines Rag. to $30.00 NOW ONLY 1499 Special talKtion of MEN’S WOMEN’S and CHILDREN’S Winter Boots Ragularly to *30.00 099 10»» NOW AND A nie« HiMtloii of Winter Boots 25%off MEN’S SHOES ShsrI and dlKDnliiHWd linra flag, to 130.00 NOW ONLV 14“ ALL PURSES 25% off msi«".....^oe «“^GREEN’S A ßotö    1* 6IWW ««fularly t* NOWOMLV ...... CHILDBEM’S SHOES n«f. I« S14.M — HOW 2*» e** ^ SHOES nuMUv TH9P.Ì. Spaghetti Lono, Catelli. 1602. pkg. Macaroni catelli olbow, 16 oz. pkg. 39^ Burns Dinnors 39^ Gat Food Spag. t Meatballs Beef Stew, 14 oz. Fish. Chicken or Beef & Liver 15oz.tins, Dr. Ballards — Tomato Sauce Kraft Dinner Hunts 14 oz. tins 7V4 oz. pkg. Tomatoes 2jl“ 4i99‘ t'TOc Wagon Wheels «.«oo . 0 8 I V Westons Regular, Double Fudge. Mint ................. csi 00 Jams & IVIarmalades . VrX    imported,Robertsons 12oz.jar .......................mrA 2i57^ Orange Sections 3liS9^ Women enrol for pensions TORONTO (CP) - Ubor Canada reports that.during 1970 there were 735,489 employed women enrolled in private pension plans in Canada.    - More women TORONTO (CP) - Good news for men. A recent study of populations in Canada and the United States estimated that there are six million more women than men in North America. 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