Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
I fciHBHIUliC The Herald Family Tan worshippers told to beware TORONTO Sun wor- shippers beware. Medical ex- perts say that while the bronz- ed look may be it can also be a health hazard. Recently the American Medical Association said that the only beneficial effects from suntanning are sun does have a few good effects. it also has an enormous amount of ill effects. People must be aware of these and know when to Acne sufferers benefit from exposure to the sun's which have a drying effect on the skin causing it to peel off and heal. Dr. Jarvis says the sun is also beneficial to some THE BETTER HALF my name is I married you shortly before we qot the TV set A quiz for those who want to lose weight NO Have you longed to attend class reunions- D D but passed them UD because of your YE5 NO Do you look around the table at a wedding Q Q hoping there's at least one person heavier than YES NO Do you wear a light raincoat even on the d D hottest days to hide your YES NO ever co'ch yourself looking Q Q longingly at people wearing stylish clothes in normal sizes1-5 If you've answered to any of these then Weight can help you LETHBRIDGE St Augustine's Angl Church 11 Street and 4 Avenue Tuesdays 1 7 30 p.m TABER Civic Centre 7 30 p m FRANK Civic Centre 7.30 p.m. PINCHER CREEK Town Hall 7 30 p.m. Some some and a program that WAICHEIS HEGlSTEICD Of WElCMI WAICHER INTERNATIONAL INC GREAT NECK N T QwEIGHT WATCHERS INTERNATIONAL. Lynne Van Luven arthritics. Heading the legion of bad ef- fects possibly from over-sun- ning are faster aging of the skin and a higher incidence of skin cancer. Anyone on medication should check with their doctor before says Dr. Carl W. head of Sun- nybrook Hospital's der- matology clinic. A good rule of he is about 15 minutes of sunshine on the first day for those with fair anJ half an hour for people with darker skin tones. 'Stay away from the sun be- tween mid-day and 3 p.m. As soon as a person sees a flush on his he should get out the By Barnes Behind every great so the saying is a woman. It would be more than a little precipitate at this time to call Pierre Trudeau a great man let history be the judge of that. faced with Monday's majority even his enemies would have to admit the bland-voiced prime minister is certainly a successful man. And behind this successful whom do we A ingratiating woman Margaret Trudeau's erstwhile 'childbride' and shrinking violet. Could this naively-confiding young woman be the same recluse who shunned the cameras and seldom offered a word of public comment for almost four A strange grumbled cynical political charmed in spite of as they watched Margaret a few careful paces behind her beaming pausing to shake hands or tickle a child in areas of the crowds untouched by Trudeau's presence. And was this the same basking in his wife's who not so long ago curtly turned aside all questions about his wife and saying they had a right to a private the characters were all the same only the scenes the roles were different. Even the most determined admirers of fresh womanhood would have to admit that Margaret's efforts were not the sole reason for her husband's success. it cannot be denied that she helped the Trudeau 'press-the-flesh' campaign im- measurably. Time and again it was said her presence humaniz- ed Haughty showed another side of him. And how many wavering but determined were swayed by the attractive picture the couple But being the woman behind that great man has distinct dis- advantages. Years when Trudeau's political peak is past and it seems proper political etiquette for Margaret to take cr. public interests of her will anyone ever take her seriously as a candidate for even such a post as school Or will she be forever doomed to bask in reflected or be accused of trading on her husband's name as are so many women who follow their spouse into the the fact that nine an all-time have been elected to the House of 264 gives reason for hope. Women must be coming out of their state of political moribundity 135 female candidates entered the 74 almost double the previous 1972 high of 71. Maybe are loosing their deference and timidity7 Since the above is obviously a trend not to be I suggest you fellows look to your social graces. It may not be long before you are called upon to work for that dynamic can- didate who just happens to be your mother etc. And tell if your wife did pursue public and stand a good chance of could you subvert your male walk a few paces behave dress smart- ly attractive but not blatantly in good old and above all keep Could you let the answer questions sans your aid and put down hecklers on her own Could you retain grace under pressure and accept countless bouquets of primroses from shinily- scrubbed Could you answer reporters' questions about and the without blowing your Better think about Harry. Your wife is prepared to do the same for you of she thinks she'd make a better candidate than you would. Forthcoming marriage Mr. and Mrs. Rex Bedford of Lethbridge are happy to announce the forthcoming marriage of their to David Lynn of Utah. The wedding will take place on July 17 in the Alberta Temple in Cardston. Following the a wedding dinner will be held at the Prince of Wales Hotel in Waterton. A reception will be held that evening in Lethbridge. An open house celebration will be held Aug. 1 in the Sky Room of Wilkinson Centre in Utah. The bride has attended Church College of Hawaii and graduated from BYU in social work. The groom has filled a mission with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints and is currently studying at BYU. The couple will make their home in Springville. Club CONSUMER'S PROBLEM OF THE MONTH DEAR at a local I signed a contract to purchase a set of pots and pans. At the I felt I needed'them and that signing was the only way I could get away from the salesman. I am unable to make the payments and wish to cancel the contract and have my deposit this Direct Sales Cancellation Act applies only to Direct Sales those contracted at a place other than the Seller's normal business premises. A booth set up at a Fair or Exhibition is exempt under the Act. the four day cooling off period does not apply to a sales contract signed at a Fair or Exhibition. Before you read the contract carefully. Make sure the salesman is properly licensed. Ask to see his license or check with .the Department of Consumer Affairs Licensing Branch. If you have a consumer for further or Write Box Edmonton corner Mr. and Mrs. Ed Aubert will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary with a calling re- ception to be held Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m. at 1313 13th Ave. S. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. No by request. Sex and the pre- school child By JOANNE KOCH First in a series of four articles When a five-year-old takes an active interest in the pleasurable aspects of his how do we parents Are we delighted to see him developing or horrified at what we regard as the abrupt end of in- nocence at an abnormally early It's not surprising if we're anxious about such things. We are bombarded by stories of drug addic- promiscuity and youthful prostitution. At the same we're subjected to increasing pressure from a whole sex-oriented culture to bring up. children so they will achieve in adulthood what is often touted as the greatest possible good good sex Caught between these new pressures and old prohibitions and lingering parents are naturally confused. We simply don't know what behavior is healthy. And some of us suspect that any interest in sex at the preschool or kindergarten age is not wholesome. After speaking to psychiatrists and authors in the child guidance I felt more confident about coping with the behavior of my own three young children. I hope the suggestions and opinions of these ex- perts will give you the same reassurance. Whatever they choose to call them is a current favorite for both little children are fascinated by their own and each other's sexual ap- paratus. Three-to-five-year-olds are likely to make up catchy jingles about their genitals. They are curious about other people's and sometimes their desire to check them out becomes overt. One kindergartner went under a large table with a girl in the class. Masked by the he displayed his genitals and you have a She followed suit. They were zipped up and went back to their crayons. When our son began our then thought it was fun to give his perils a yank when he stood up in the tub. She was very surprised to learn unlike a hat or this novel object was part of his body and ac- tually hurt when it was pulled Though parents sometimes feel their children pur- posely behave this way to unnerve mom and usually they're not out to shock anybody. The young son who asks about breasts or tries on mommy's bra probably is only being curious. It's natural for girls and boys to want to know if they will have bosoms and why their fathers and brothers don't. Kids want to know who they are. Part of their inquiry centers on sexual differences. But their to the dismay of many may be more than simply ver- bal. Even if your children had miraculously escaped the TV had never glimpsed the heavy goings-on of after- noon soaps or watched such family entertainments as the Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour in which seductive dances and jokes even if they had been brought up in pure air and the simple amusements of the they would as the Victorian physician William Acton believed be ignorant of any sexual Dr. Ner child psychiatrist and sex education kids of three or four have the no- tion of something of an intimate nature happening between parents that isn't happening when they sleep with mom and This suspicion is icinforced by some of the things they see on hear on the phone or observe at first from a casual embrace to intercourse an un- common observation in crowded homes where children and adults sleep in the same What's it all they wonder. With many the question is never posed. Instead it is expressed in behavior which might have seemed cute at but not at five or six. Kids may break into a suggestive with or without when they are changing clothes or getting ready for a bath. Sometimes they exhibit themselves with an activity parents tend to hear about prefaced and I have a secret. We go to her room and Don't the queasy feeling in the pit of the stomach is a common for parents in most needless. Besides seemingly erotic behavior with playmates and children between the ages of three and five begin to take different attitudes toward mom and dad. Sometimes their relationship with the parent of the op- posite sex takes on a passionate fervor. Though most individuals find the notion of incest even as an unconscious wish observant parents can recognize that sons of three to five fantasize about taking their father's place while daughter's daydream about being daddy's wife. As a means of curbing these the late Dr. Chaim Dr. Benjamin Helene Arnstein and others have advised against routinely taking children into bed to comfort them or having them sleep in the same room. These experts urge parents to avoid shaming the boy who wants to marry mommy or the girl who wants daddy all to herself. They recommend teaching the youngster gently but firmly that he cannot replace daddy and that indeed he does not need to replace him to achieve love and respect in the family. Dirty Words and Ann Landers Dear Aim My hus- band and 1 are in our middle 20s We have been married nearly a year and we love each other very much. Our problem is a real one. I swear I am not making it up. We have never had intercourse. On our wedding night we but nothing happened. We tried a few more but still nothing happened. When we returned from our honeymoon I went to our fami- ly doctor. He said I was perfectly but sometimes it takes more ef- fort and more trying. after a month of fort and we gave up. I'm ashamed to go back to that doctor. George is a swell guy but I am not sure whether he con- siders himself inadequate or if he figures I'm to blame. He seems to be a little upset with the doctor thinks we should have been given more help. is this problem I don't think it's fair to George or to me to go on this way. What do you Virgin Wife Dear For heaven's go to another A CALLING RECEPTION IN HONOR OF MR. MRS. JOHN BECHTHOLD'S 40th Wedding Anniversary Will Be Held On JULY 1974 From to p.m. at the PEMMICAN CLUB IN LETHBRIDGE Relatives and Friends are cordially invited to call No by Request And make sure it's a gynecologist this time. You CAN be helped and I urge you to seek that help immediately. Your doctor should have ask- ed you to check back with him until you achieved the desired results The isn't that complicated. Dear Ann After having had my tummy patted three times this week and be- ing asked such questions there anything in there to brag about are you going to put something m the I decided to write to Ann Landers. My husband and I have been trying for four years to have a family and it burns me up when people are so crude. I simply refuse to apologize for being nor do I think it's anyone's business that we are trying. What should I Temper Mounting Dear When clods make crude remarks and ask nunuvyerbizzniz type the best answer is NO answer. Just a incredulous look which can speak louder than any com- bination of scathing words. HELP US TO HELP The Salvation Army Welfare Services Need Clothing. Household Effects Call 328-2860 For Pickup Service OR LEAVE AT 412 1tl AVE. S. CITY OF LETHBRIDGE HEALTH UNIT DENTAL SERVICE A free dental service is available to all pre- school children of the City during the months of July and August. 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Darlene is specially talented with long hair and in- vites her many friends and customers to come in and see her. DARLENE JAHNKE SOUTH PLAZA BEAUTY SALON 1620 M. M. Phent 327-5822 Tallara fmlr 1974 M.L.S. QUEEN VALERIE WITTIG The M.L.S. Service division of the Lethbridge Real Estate takes pleasure in announcing the selection of Mrs. Valerie as their 1974 M.L.S. Queen. The contest was open only to secretaries of 40 member agencies and she was recently chosen the winner over four other candidates. Her duties for the year will be to represent the Lethbridge Real Estate Board at special functions and occasions and her smiling face will be seen on the Lethbridge Real Estate Board float in this year's Whoop-up Parade. Valerie has been a resident of Lethbridge for over three years and has been employed with Key Realty Insurance for the last 1 Vi years.