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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers Dear Ann I am wondering just how far the publishers will let you go before they decide to throw your column put of the new- spapers. I'm sick and tired of trying to beat my teen agers to the front porch to see if your column is fit for them to read. I refer specifically to some of the trash you have printed on two homosexuali- ty and venereal disease. let me tell you we get the morning paper. When you described the symptoms of it ruined my breakfast. I don't consider such material appropriate fare for the breakfast table. you put ideas into the heads of these kids. Some of the things you print would not have entered their minds for several years if you hadn't brought them up. My II year old asked me yester- is a How on earth can you explain THAT to a mere You have made life difficult for me and I resent it. Sex education belongs in the home and not in the newspaper. I believe in giving children in- formation when they are ready for not before. No Fan Of Yours Dear No Children of all ages deserve honest answers to any and all questions. An 11 year old who is a should be told it is a person who prefers a member of his own sex to those of the opposite sex. No more details are necessary. Are you aware that in spite of the fact that we now have a cure for there are millions of untreated people in this country who are infecting others every Eleven is not too young for children to know about these crippling diseases. From the sound of your your kids need to read my column because I don't think you .are emotional- ly mature or well enough in- formed to give them straight answers. The next letter might be of interest to Dear Ann Please to get this message into your column as soon as possible. It might be too late for this year's crop of high school but it's not too late for those who will be getting married within the next year or so. The question To whom shall we send an- The answer is simple. If the people were not close enough so that you were moved to send them a sym- pathy card or drop by the house when they lost a loved ciiey are not close enough to be sent a graduation or wedding or an invitation to a which of course a Have I made myself Flooded And Fed Up Dear Clear and then some. Thanks for expressing yourself. July LETHBRIDGE HERALD-17 Fluid fashion outlook for fall ROME ele- gance and evolution triumph- ed at the Rome autumn- winter collections as Tiziani and Sarli unveiled feminine fashions con- tinuing the popular layered look. A woman's the designers is in a long length of a sumptuous sable a cloud of chif- in a pinstriped suit or Zhivago-style military the trademarks of Barocco and Martieri who showed their collections earlier this week. of featured a smooth line in jersey and georgette. WeeWhimsv Mortgage lenders still discriminate Hear more clearly without irritating background noise. Zenith's new Directional HearingAid. If you find that much of the sound you hear is irritating trvn our new Directional hearing the could be just right for you. This comfortable aid brings you rich sound at a pleasant level as it softens and reduces harsh unwanted background noise from the side and rear. Come in for a demonstration of the or any other aid from Zenith's line of more than 20 quality aids at no cost or obligation. Batteries for all makes of hearing aids. The Quality goes in ttetore the name gons on. LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Helping the hard of hearing since 1943 Paramount Theatre Bldg. Phone 328-4080 715 4th Avenue S. 327-2272 WASHINGTON Mortgage lenders continue to discriminate against racial and ethnic minorities in subtle but they are often bla- tant in discriminating against the United States Commission on Civil Rights has said. minorities and the mortgage finance system is a stacked sometimes often un- but stacked non- reported a commis- sion study focusing on real es- tate brokers and lending in- stitutions in Conn. The report urged tighter government regulations to prevent discriminatory prac- and amending of the 1968 Civil Rights Act to prohibit sex discrimination in credit and mortgages. The report said investigators found the treat- ment of women seeking mortgages varied according to whether they were separated or but none received the same treatment as men. CONSIDERED RISKS It stated that mortgage lending criteria fol- lowed by Hartford mortgage lenders virtually require sex discrimination. Under these women are automatically considered suspect A the report is that in- come of married a substantial percentage of whom are gainfully is considered secondary and rarely credited more than 50 per if at in determin- ing a family's financial It said this practice has par- ticularly hurt minority families where more women are heads of households. LITTLE BOW PROVINCIAL PARK IS OPEN ON A LIMITED BASIS The Park can only accommodate of its normal which means you could be turned away. Due to major renovations Little Bow Provincial Park is not recommended for use. Upon completion LITTLE BOW will be one of Alberta's finest Parks We're sorry for the inconvenience but it's worth the wait. TRY ONE OF THESE PARKS CALGARY KINBROOK ISLAND CHAIN LAKES LETHBRIDGE CHAIN LAKES WILLOW CREEK KINBROOK ISLAND ALL FINE PROVINCIAL PARKS IN THE MEANTIME WE CHAIN LAKES Miles West of Nanton WILLOW CREEK -11 Miles West off Stavely KINBROOK ISLAND Miles South off Brooks xUbcria LANDS AND FORESTS Thinking about tomorrow today New look in styles features fur from shoulder to feminine white silk chiffon evening gown in at- tractive pleated-tier. Both high fashions were part of the autumn-winter Italian collection by Franco of Milan. Pjl'icia McCaii will be seni the original an tor herquoie. Send your child's quotation ro this paper. Warm colors dominated his collection. The newest color combination was amber and blue. Tiziani used the onion look- layers of folding often finished in fur. Favorites were kimono-cut capes in English covering slim pin-tucked skirts and silky tiny-waisted dresses with scarf-wrapped necks and shirtwaists puffed into softness with ruffled necklines and inverted pleats. NECKLINES DROP Sarli's line was also smooth and featured often sleeveless. Necklines were deep and with silky scarves. Skirts were slim and red dominated all. Pants were secondary with no cuffs. For Sarli made cuffs a must. Jackets had two buttons. Materials were ties were striped. In the Sarli went bare back. Slinky silk jerseys hung over the bust on sequined shoestring straps and plunged to the waist at the back. On top were sequined cardinal caps. WE'VE MOVED QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Denial Mechanic 303-Sth Street So. Motcall Building 328-7684 Infant mortality studied N.W.T. Eskimo families that live in modern homes in which the father is a skilled worker have fewer children that die in infancy than Eskimo families with more traditional life styles. Under some there is golden in which a balance be- tween native and modern life styles is associated with better health in infants. These are the findings of Charles Hobart of a University of Alberta whose study of mortality and morbidity among Eskimos infants also found that babies fare best when continuously cared for by their natural mothers. Prof. Hobart said at the third international sym- posium on circumpolar health that he undertook the study because he was puzzled that the mortality rate for Eskimo infants remains three or four times the rate for white chil- dren despite excellent northern health care. The study was carried out over a three-year period in several northern com- munities. Data was collected on 134 infants and their families. Half of the children had died and the other half lived. Babies fare best when their mothers are not too old or poorly and when mothers are not worn out from much child he said. Infant mortality is high among young mothers who are well educated and who have adopted modern life but who may be im- mature and drink heavily. A baby's good health is asso- ciated with housing cleanliness and longer periods of breast he said. Patterns of good infant health are associated with fathers who have settled on the middle ground between traditional and modern life just as dependence on both native and store foods is associated with better health than dependence on either one said Prof. Hobart. In large a high mortality rate is associated with working babies receiving care away from the large numbers of chil- dren and drinking by -the mothers and fathers. In small the rate is higher for adopted babies and for infants in crowded homes. It is also higher if the fathers are hunters. D.W. also of the Uni- versity of said the in- fant mortality rate in the Northwest Territories con- Sears portrait photography has become an Excellent quality... 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