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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta tint THI LITHMIOOI HMALC -18 Alcohol mothers risk fetus damage WASHINGTON Women who are chronic alco- holics during pregnancy risk bearing physically and mentally deficient offspring and sometimes even early death for these a team of Seattle pediatric researchers reports. They say the risk is suf- ficiently high that physicians should seriously consider rec- ommending pregnancy chronically alcoholic women. Dr. Kenneth Jones and sev- eral colleagues of the Univer- sity of Washington School of Medicine made the statements in a report This week to a joint meeting of the American Pediatric Ann Landers Dear Ann you have spoken up in behalf of telephone cab non- etc. And now will you please say a kind word for college students who like to sleep in the I'm a night person and always have been. I don't come alive until 11 00 a m I scheduled my classes so I could sleep late because it is sheer torture for me to get up in the morning. I live m a dorm and that's the rub Seme people around here pop out of bed at the crack of dawn. They think it's their God-given right to awaken the rest of the world. Then there's another problem. Every morning this week the goldarned phone has jarred me out of a sound sleep at a.m. At that miserable everyone else is in class or asleep. Since my room is closest to the phone I have to crawl out of bed and talk to some dizzy dame who is looking for a babysitter or struggling with some other earth-shattering problem. If this letter makes your column I promise you it will be tacked to hundreds of college bulletin boards from Maine to California and will have it framed for our dorm X- hausted Dear I'm glad you didn't ask for a solution to the because I don't have one. Earplugs might help some but until you can move out and share quarters with a couple of other night you'll have to put up with the Bub. THE BETTER HALF Dear Ann Our eight-year-old son and the girl next door have always played together. They rarely fight like most youngsters do and each is welcome in the other's home. Saturday afternoon they seemed especially quiet. I peeked in the room and found them playing The little girl was and he was her. I was so stunned I nearly fainted I told her to put on her clothes at once and go home. We had no idea our son was so advanced in thinking about sex. I phoned the little girl's mother that evening and told her exactly what happened. She took a very blase attitude. big she are naturally inquisitive. All kids explore. That's how they We are shocked. What do YOU say' L. L. D. Dear L. L. She's right. But children should be taught that their bodies are private and they must keep their clothes on when entertaining their friends youngsters should be in at frequent just to make sure they aren't into some mischief. Going to a Giving Or standing up in Even if you're already married Ann Landers's completely new Bride's will answer questions about today's weddings. For a send a dollar plus a stamped envelope to Ann P.O. Box III. 60654. By Barnes FROZEN FOODS 'Know what I'd like for a A good old- fashioned canned meal like mother used to RAINBOW HALL- 1401 5th AVI. N. MAY 7th p.m. JACKP6T IN 55 NUMBERS Door Prln-No CMM der 1C yMra UKRAINIAN GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH BINGO May p.m. EAGLES HALL 13th Jackpot In 51 and No. weekly Mini and Bottom Lines In 34 Nos. and No. WMh DOOR PRIZE-FREE cird 5 11 VETERANS CLUB-UNIT 34 PUBLIC BINGO EVERY TUESDAY 8 P.M. NEW ANAF HALL MEMBERS AND INVITED QUESTS IN THE CLUBROOMS m par Consolation Jacket wtcnuti ptr 16 SAMES ALL BIN60S DOUBLED ON BREEN CARD NO CHILDREN UNDER 1i YEARS OF AGE WHKINDINTUtTAINMINT May I Piano Accordion Styling by ftlQ May 10 Panclng May 11 Dancing Society and the Society for Pediatric Research. They described results of their latest research on what they call the alcohol In previously published pre- liminary the scientists have defined the syndrome as a pattern of altered growth and development observed among children of chronically alcoholic mothers and believed to have its origin within the womb itself. DEFECTS NOTED Manifestations of the condi- tion include limb and cardiovascular defects In their new the Seattle researchers say they now have evaluated the records of 23 offspring of chronically alcoholic mothers and data on a comparable number of offspring of non- alcoholic mothers. Among the offspring of the alcoholic 17 per cent died shortly after 32 per cent of the survivors considered to have the alcohol and 44 per cent had intelligence quotients of 79 or less at seven years of age. In among offspring of the non-alcoholic only two per cent died soon after none of the survivors showed symptoms and only nine per cent had IQs 79 or less at age seven U.S.kids por at reading WASHINGTON One million U.S. children aged 12 to 17 years cannot read even at the Grade-4 says a new federal report. Results of a four-year testing suggesting illiteracy to be more pervasive than ever before were termed and by Dr. Ruth Love the government's reading expert The problem was found to be the most severe among low-income black one out of five of whom 'end formal schooling without being able to read a simple paragraph The National Centre for Health an arm of the department of education and said the findings indicate that existing government definitions of literacy lead to serious under- of the problem. The special reading tests were administered to youths between 1966 and 1970 The scoring showed that 4.8 per cent were illiterate. Proj- ected that means about one million of 22.7 million schoolage children who should be in Grades 6 through 12 cannot read a Grade 4 student's materials Formula recalled Ont Mead Johnson Canada has recalled 288 cans of Enfalac baby formula after a Thunder child became ill last week. Mike a company said this week that although the company believes the batch of Enfalac has already been consumed it has recalled the cans through advertising in newspapers in the areas where the product was distributed. Mr. Burnett said a Thunder Bay woman took open cans of the product to the federal de- partment of health office in Belleville after her infant daughter became ill. The 33.3-ounce cans of liquid Enfalac were distributed in Thunder Winni- and Ottawa areas. The serial number of the cans is 02308 Nov. is open to question whether the product made the child or if she became ill in the normal course of Mr. Burnett said. government test did reveal the presence of a mixture of bacteria known as facultative anaerobes but it is not a botulism-type Prints for spring This spring ciress in cotton voile comes from Weko of one of Switzerland's largest dress manu- facturers. The print dress features beige and brown horses on a tiny black and white check. The homemaker Last week we covered the characteristics and care instructions of the natural fibres plus glass fibres from the man-made group. To continue from this we will discuss more of the man- made fibres the cellulose based group and the metallic group Today there are a great number of man-made fibres or synthetics and through technology and more fibres are being developed every day. This research has provided for us many fabrics suited to specific needs such as hard- wash and light- etc What would we do without To be more informed as let's review a few of these synthetic fibres their trademarks and special properties MAN-MADE FIBRES Acetate is the generic name for one group of fibres made from a cellulose base. is the material which composes the frame- work or cell walls of Trademarks for Acetate are and Qutilticell Acetate fibers and fabrics can be laundered by hand if caution is taken not to wring the it may be ironed on the wrong side of the fabric. Avoid chlorine bleaches Acetate dry cleans readily. Triacetate is the generic name for the second group of fibers made from a cellulose base. Trademarks are Arnell and Trilan. Fabrics made from Triacetate take durable pleats. They can be dry cleaned or laundered by hand or machine and are easily ironed Rayon is the generic name for another group of fibres made from a cellulose base. The trademarks for rayon are and Tyrex. Rayon fabrics can be given special finishes to give properties of crease resistance and water- repellency Rayon should by dry cleaned unless labelled washable. When laundered it can be ironed as for iron damp on wrong side Avoid chlorine bleaches Polynosic is the generic name for another group of fibers name with a cellulose base. The trademarks include- and Zantrel. Special instructions are as for Rayon. Check labels for care instructions as care will depend on the other fibres with which it is blended in the fabric. Metallic Fibres. A third group of man-made fibers is other groups are and The only generic classification of this group is metallic. Trademarks include and mylar. These fibres do not tarnish and are washable when protected by a film Common uses include decorative fabrics and trimmings .When these fibres are used in fabrics that are they need no special care They also may be dry cleaned We will continue next week with the chemically made fiber group in which we find many common such as Nylon and Polyester CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS April 25th I am constantly on the alert for easy-to- use household products. And high on my list is BlSSELL AEROSOL RUG SHAMPOO. With Bissell's Aerosol Rug Shampoo no special equip- ment is needed you just spray on a thin layer of foam sponge in let dry for 2 to 4 hours and vacuum And it's ideal for spot cleaning touch-ups and safe for all carpets Does a super on automobile etc Bissell Aerosol Rug Shampoo at hardware and department stores everywhere. And for frM Carpet to Ontario. _______ MONTH OF MAY is a busy one with holiday week-' ends motor trips outdoor sports garden- etc changes in diet and can cause a sudden attack of nausea and diarrhea. So why not do as Canadians have for 100 years keep DR FOWLER'S EXTRACT OF WILD STRAWBERRY on hand wherever you are' Dr. Fowler's is a non-consti- restorative based on roots and herbs It acts quickly to bring gentle relief to both children and adults from the em- barrassing symptoms of diarrhea And it's pleasant- too' Be prepared with Dr. Fowler's on Boy babies get first preference By JANE E. BUDDY New York Titan Service NEW YORK If parents could choose the sex of their there at undoubtedly be a disproportionate number of boys but the at birth would ultimately even according to new findings of a national survey released this weekend. The which ques- tioned married women about their sex preferences in indicated that most would prefer their first born to be a followed by a girl. in the United States at the survey indicates counter to the fears of the ability to select sex of offspring would not greatly distort the ultimate sex ratio of the population. The survey a part of the 1970 national fertility also indicate that at the time they were at least half of the currently married women preferred to leave sex detection to nature rather than use some new technology to predetermine the sex of their children. The national fertility first done in it based on a national random sample of married women under 45 years of age living in the United States. TEMPORARY The survey published in the current issue of the journal indicate that if sex selection were readily available and widely there would be a temporary per cent excess of male This would occur mainly because most women who have not yet had children would select a boy as their first causing a birth ratio of 189 boys to 100 girls. The ratio now is 105 boys to 100 girls. BALANCE as these women select girls as their second the sex ratio would' ultimately balance out. Among women who have already started 1 Club corner notes The Ladies Aid of St. Peter and St. Paul's Greek Catholic Church will hold its regular meeting at 8 p m. Tuesday in the parish hall. Hostesses will be Margaret Beresenak and Mrs Paul Chirka. Roll call will be scouring pads t s Southrnmster UCW units will meet as follows on Wednesday. Alma at 2-30 p.m at the home of Mrs R S 526 16th St S Susan 2.30 p m at the home of Mrs A. Apt Spruce Grace 2.30 p m at the home of Mrs. W. R. 720 llth St S Elian at 3 p m. at the home of Mrs E C. 523 13th St S St Mary's ACW will hold the regular monthly meeting at 2 p m Tuesday in the parish hall. Hostess will be Mrs J McCormack Chinook Girl Guides of Canada will host the Annual Provincial Music Sing off at 1.30 p.m Saturday at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church. Participants include five Guide three Brownie and Ranger companies. Between 300 and 400 people are expected from Red Calgary and various points in Southern Alberta. All United Church Women of Southern Alberta presbyterial are invited to attend the fun and learning day to be held at the Coaldale United Church on Wednesday from 10 a m. to 3 p.m. Bring a bag lunch. their the survey showed that in subsequent births they would seek to balance the sexes of their which would have little if any effect on the national sex ratio. The authors of the Dr Charles F. soliologist and associate director of the office of population research at Princeton and Ronald R. a research associate at the of Wisconsin's center for demography and point out certain pitfalls in their research that could alter the actual ratios. PREFER SONS One is the fact that men were not asked their preferences. Other less extensive surveys have indicated that men are more likely than women to prefer sons if given a choice. Since in selecting the sex of offspring husbands might be expected to participate with there may in fact result a greater proportion of male births than this study indicates. Another factor is that when the technology for sex selection becomes people may give more serious thought to their preferences and make different choices than they now indicate. PUBLIC BIMQO 16 GAMES BLACKOUT UnMI LETHBRIDQE ELKS LODGE ROOM BINGO May 6th jickpotJ150ln55Not. 'PROCEEDS TO CANCER FUND ALARM SI OoM Cmntf Pay Dovbto tS Door Ctrdt Otter Regular or J for II 13th it mod N. No cMMron under 11 FABRIC SALE NEW STOCK Together with special purchases of new stock we have reduced hund- reds of yards from our regular stock. Now over 300 bolls to choose from at a BUCK-A-YARD. Values to yd. TjtDttMiUMt fir skirts. etc. 4000 Yards Cotton Knits KsrJH 229 Denim-Look Polyester Drapery Corduroy fcl.S4.n.yri...................... Poly-Cottons iT Fanny's of PFAFF SEWING MACHINES FA N H I 5 FABRIC lid FACTORY LETHBRIDC.E LTD----------- 1239 2nd Avenue S John Deere Bldfl Monday thru 1 10 m In in D rv fl V n n f 1 r' rl 3 v Phone 329 3355 1 00 p ;