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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE UTHMIDCE HEKAID Monday, March r Ann Landers Two in federal government favor women's lib demands Dear Ann Landers: Several years ago you printed Rules For Raising Children. I carried the column in my wallet until it became so dog-eared and yellowed with age that it is no longer legible. Please print it again, Aon, It's worth a repeat. San Antonio Mother Dear Mother: Here it is. Thanks for asking: 1. Remember that a child is a gift from God, the richest of all blessings. Do not attempt to mold him in the image of yourself, your father, your brother or your neighbor. Each child is an individual and should be permitted to be himself. 2. Don't crush a child's spirit when he fails. And never compare him with others who have outshone him. 3. Remember that anger and hostility are natural emo- tions. Help your child to find socially acceptable outlets for these normal feelings or they may be turned inward and erupt in the form cf physical or mental illness. 4. Discipline your child with firmness and reason. Don't let your anger throw you off balance. If he knows you are fair you will not lose" his respect or his love. And make sure the punishment fits the crime. Even the youngest child has a keen sense of justice. 5. Remember that each child needs two parents. Present a united front. Never 3Oin with your child against your mate. This can create in your child (as well as in yourself) emo- tional conflicts. It can also create feelings of guilt, confusion and insecurity. 6. Do not hand your child everything his little heart de- sires. Permit him to know the thrill of earning and the joy of achieving. Grant him the greatest of all satisfactions the pleasure that comes with personal accomplishment. 7. Do not set yourself up as the epitome of perfection. This is a difficult role to play 24 hours a day. You will find it easier to communicate with your child if you let him know that Mom and Dad can err, too. 8. Don't make threats in anger, or impossible promises when you are in a generous mood. Threaten or promise only that which you can live up to. To a child, a parent's word means even-thing. The child who has lost faith in his parents has difficulty believing in anything. 9. Do not smother your child with superficial manifesta- tions of "love.'1 The purest and healthiest love expresses itself in day-in, day-out training which breeds self-confidence and independence. 10. Teach your child there is dignity in hard work, whether it is performed with callused hands that shovel coal or skilled fingers that manipulate surgical instruments. Let him know a useful life is a blessed one and a life of ease and pleasure-seeking is empty and meaningless. 11. Do not try to protect your child against every small blow and disappointment. Adversity strengthens character and makes us compassionate. Trouble is the great equalizer. Let him learn it. 12. Teach your child to love God and to love his fellow men. Don't SEND your child to a place of worship TAKE him there. Children learn from example. Telling him some- thing is not teaching hint. If you give your child a deep and abiding faith in God it can be his strength and his light when all else fails. Unsure of yourself on dates? What's right? What's wrong? Should you? Shouldn't you? Send for Ann Landers' booklet, "Dating Do's And enclosing with your request 35 cents in coin and a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope, to Canada Wide Feature Service Limited, 245 St. James St. West Montreal 126. TORONTO (CP) Two mem- bers of Uw federal govern- ment's study group on women say they lean toward demands of the Women's Liberation movement. Committee chairman Jan Steele, 43, of London, Ont., says she's sympathetic even when women's liberationists "have to make themselves look ugly to make their point." "If they want to, who the hell is anyone to discourage She compared the movement vith the struggle of the Negroes in the United States and said in an interview she doesn't expect vomen to become liberated for it least another generation. She insists on the need for extremists to point out injus- ices. FOR WOMEN'S LIB Esther Greenglass, a York University psychology professor said she's "very sympathetic to i the women's lib cause." She agrees "with a lot of their de- mands, like abortion on demand and free day-care centres." Marie Gibeault, the third i member of the group, was in F1 o r i d a and could not be reached for an interview. The study group was an- nounced Wednesday night by Prime Minister Trudeau as he spoke to a Liberal fund-raising dinner on the status of women and the need for expanding their contribution to Canadian society. Mrs. Steele, mother of 14 and 16-year-old boys and a 12-year- old daughter, arxl holder of a mnettaJe HocrrAA in fid- master's degree in political soi ence, said the group has yet to map out its plans. "I wasn't in on the planning of it but 1 do know that someone has to do something about the i report of the royal commissior on the status of women tabled in the Commons last Septem- she said. STUDY REPORT 'I think our main purpose now will be to study in depth the whole report, debate and discuss it and come up with rec- ommendations to the govern- said Miss Greenglass. She said the areas in which she wants to concentrate are jobs and opportunities for women and equal pay." She praised the prime minis ter for his speech which advo- cated tearing down the barriers of discrimination a g a i n s' women. Mr. Trudeau said attitudes and laws must be changed be- fore the barriers will be broken, but Miss Greenglass was more definite. "Fu-st, we must have changes hi the law and then the changes in attitude will follow." J. Women's occupational ghetto NOW TAKE A GENTLE LAXATIVE From the makers of TUMS9 Take gentle-acting Nl Nature's Remedy! There is no letdown, no uncomfortable after-feeling N! Is laxative. Forever 70 years, has been giving folks pleasant, effcctiva relief overnight. N! tonight... tomorrow alright! lECUIAR'CHOCOUTE CO4THJ-JUNJORS Want centre TORONTO (CP) Toronto's Single Parents Associated has asked the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education to help it set up a community resources centre. Aim of the centre, said G. D. Woods, president of Single Parents Associated, is to pro- vide educational, rehabilitative and self-improvement resources for single parents (widowed, separated, divorced or unmar- ried) and their children. OTTAWA (CP) Canada's major department stores have jecome an occupational ghetto 'or women, says a royal com- mission report released Thurs- day. The report, the third in a se- ries on the status of Canadian women, is written by Marianne Bossen, an assistant professor of economics at the University of Winnipeg. Prof. Bossen says the division of labor in department stores "a very consistent pattern of lower remuneration for women than for men in comparable occupa- tions, and for comparable or higher or length of serv- ice." "The findings raise the ques- tion if equal pay for equal work legislation is being in Canadian department stores. Prof. Bossen says most stores admit women to their manage- rial training programs to more limited numbers than men. Al- though more women are admit- ted in eastern Canada than western Canada, it is rare in ei- ther case for a woman to rise above the level of department manager. BEST IN EAST Promotion opportunities ap- pear to be best in large stores in eastern Canada, specifically Montreal, the report says. Prof. Bossen calls on the gov- ernment, department store em- ployers, consumers and the de- partment store employees them selves to change their attitudes hi order to create a more effi cient use of human rode or department stores. The report urges female em- ployees to organize themselves and improve their status and payeheques through collective bargaining. "Broaden your vision and venture outside your Prof. Bossen suggests. Customers, especially women customers, must attempt to give female sales clerks "the benefit of the doubt" and allow them to make sales of such articles as furniture, appliances or bicycles rather than male clerks. "Women themselves often raise barriers to better job op- portunities for other women." The report suggests the fed- eral manpower department pro- mote a concept of "an effi- cient and equitable use of avail- able woman-power with employ- ers." 'Society impoverishes itself economically, socially, and mor- ally as long'as it thinks in terms of group inferiority and superi- ority." National nutrition study., U.S. nutritionists impressed BINGO RAINBOW HALL Ava- N- TUESDAY, MARCH 9th of 8 p.m. 1st Jackpot in 59 Nos 2nd Jackpot in 57 Nos. Free Cards-Cards and Games, 25t per Card. 5 Cards 51.00 3 Free Games Door Prize No Children Under 16 Years Sponsored By A U.U.C. Association "jtK'.t WISLIAMS By KEN KELLY Canadian Press Science Writer OTTAWA (CP) American nutritionists are so impressed )y Canada's national nutrition survey that they are sending learns here to study it in prepa- ration for doing their own. Dr. Z. I. Sabry, national co-or- dinator of the survey, said Thursday that three United States: teams have examined the survey so far and a fourth one is expected within a short time. The U S. scientists will be the nucleus of the training teams sent out to teach survey meth- ods to the personnel who will conduct the American nutritions studies later this year. Canadian scientists now are past the six-month mark, with another 18 months to go as they try to learn a host of data aboul the eating habits and associated medical facts from Cana dians from coast to coast. The teams have complete< their first round in Ontario and are just winding up a three- month period in the Atlantic provinces. A team starts the Quebec leg at Montreal Mon day. Still another team opens th western part of the survey a Winnipeg in early April. EacI region will be surveyed twice. Xo results are yet availabl from the survey because non i of the teams has completed th i second round of interviews. Quebec will be the first prov- ince where that is done and Dr. VANCOUVER; HAND IN HAND Wcnring wedding dress she designed herself Mrs. Pierre Elliott Trudeau ond her husband leave .he reception followmg their marriage Thursday night in North abry said he hopes to have ome preliminary data ready by Jecember. The Quebec teams will do the three-month first ound and embark immediately n the second round, winding up bout September. The survey, a pioneering ef- ort for its size, involves exten- sive questioning about eating labits along with medical his- ory( medical examination, and ilood and urine tests. Results are fed into a com- puter which is set up immedi- ately to notify any participant whose data indicates he should see his family doctor. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes ElZADA WYUE Co-Owner Across the Street 320 5th St. S. New Tartan, Kilts, Vests, and Slims arriving for Spring. We specialize in all types of needlecraft, knitting yarns, needle point, petit point, crochet and embroi- dery cottons and accessories. Come in and Browse at lie's and Needlecraft 320 5th St. S Phone 327-5054 25... all shapes and sizes and colors. OF OUR NEW LOCATION at 323 5th Street South IN DOWNTOWN IETHBRIDGE Doe to the tremendous success and response by the women of Lethbridge and District, we are proud to announce the opening of our new location, where we have larger facilities to accommodate all the women who have enquired and we have been un- able to accommodate because of our limited space. SPECIAL GRAND OPENING OFFER Complete 4 MONTH PIAN offer to the first 45 women who call. Scaring men LONDON (AP) Women's new-found freedom is scaring the pants off men, psychologist James H e m m i n g s told 800 women at a club meeting. Men have lost "the warrior, bread- winner and muscleman the 61-year-old doctor continued. But the nidin advantage is that marriage becomes more secure with equal partners, he con- cluded. "What do you mean, can I remember my won't tolerate your trick questions this early in the morning." "MAGIC-KISS" RUG UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS EARLY BIRD SPECIAL MARCH 8th to 13th ONtY CHESTERFIELD AND CHAiR CLEANING Brocade, Tapestry and Period Furniture specialists Von Schroder Dry Foam Method Retoxturizing Wall to wall carpets cleaned in your homo Specialists on British, India, Wool Twists and Cotton Shags U.S. DELICACIES j PARIS (AP) Inno, one of the city's biggest supermarket chains, uiged Parisians to sam- ple "the latest made in U.SA. delicacies: Le hot dog relish; les korn kurls; les peanuts brit- tle; pineapple schunks; canned corn and chow mein." AS LOW AS 8 .75 Per Month To The First 45 To Call Now 3274582 328-9313 l.A. TO F.O.E. BINGO Monday, Mar. 8th JACKPOT "20 AlARM BINGO" SI Gold Cord Pay Double S5 Door Cardl (Many other extras) Regular Cardi 25c or 5 for 13th St. and 6th Ave. 'A' N. No children under 16 allowed IF YOU ARE A SIZE 12 YOU CAN BE 10 BY APRIL 10 14 YOU CAN BE 12 BY APRIL 12 16 YOU CAN BE 12 BY APRIL 17 18 YOU CAN BE 12 BY APRIL 17 20 YOU CAN BE 14 BY MAY 2 22 YOU CAN BE 14 BY MAY 2 You Have Nothing To Lose But Weight CHECK THESE OTHER FEATURES NO CONTRACT TO SIGN PERSONAL NO STRENUOUS SUPERVISION BY EXERCISE EXPERT WOMEN NO DISROBING TECHNICIANS WE ARE NOT A NO CRASH DIETS GYM OR SPA CALL NOW! 327-4582 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. THIS OFFER FOR THE FIRST 45 WOMEN TO CALL I lost 18 Ibs. and 18 inches In 17 Visits To Canadian Women's Figure And Reducing Clinic and I'm Still Losings Read what Mn. Germaine lacroix, before and after visits lo the fabu- lous CANADIAN WOMEN'S FIGURE AND REDUCING CUNIC, It could happen to you! After only a short period of time, and by following their recommended program and advice, I have lost 18 pounds plus 18 inches in only 17 visits and would not hesi- tate to recommend this clinic plan to anyone. Signed (Mrs.) Germain lacroix Please note: 18 !bs. -18 inchei in 17 visits g Qlini 323 5th Street South Phone 3274582 ;