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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta May 10, 1973 THE LETHBBIDCt _ 21 Potty i training BOSTON (AP) Until now. n little kid faced potty training alone because, says Dr. Joac Selzcr, adults "thought the idea of writing about urine mid b.m.'s was dirty." Dut now the toddler can march into the hard, oval world o[ dry undies with a book in hand to give him guidance and, adds Dr. Sclzer, an understand- ing "that somebody like him went through the same thing he's going through." Dr. Sclzer, 45, a mother o[ two girls who is a child psychol- ogist at the New England Home for Little Wanderers, wrote the book, No More Diapers (Dela- cortc Press, New on tho theory that "potty training is a lime in the development o[ chil- dren that can he trying." The book, which tells how one child learned to he dry, is meant to be read to children, but a lengthy foreword gives ad- vice to the worried parents. Cool it, Dr. Selzer. tells the parents, "most children do not present real problems." CAN CAUSE PROBLEMS Nevertheless, she warns that potty training, improperly clone, "can lead to basic feelings of in- feriority and worthlessness that may persist for a lifetime." "We, as psychiatrists, have seen many instances in both elu'ldrcn and adults of conflict during this phase which has af- fected the personality." Too rigid training, she said, helps produce "people who are overly concerned wiUi cleanli- ness and perfection and order. call them compulsive peo- ple." Too permissive potty training, she said, practised by parents who find it "difficult to set lim- its on their children's behavior may be one of a number of reasons why we now sec so many children who have pool- control over their own impulses and little respect for any au- thority." Ann Landers __V calcnaa local n lappaninni The Women's Auxiliary Lo Ihe Lelhbridge Municipal Hos- pilal will hold a bake sale for the staff in Uie main entrance of the hospital from 9 11 a.m. on Friday, hospital day. Assist- ing at the bake table Mill he Mrs. G. Carnine, Jlrs. L. Halt, Miss G. Price, and Mrs. D. Holroyd. The regular meeting of the Dr. F. H. Mevburn OBE Chap- ter, IODE, mil be held at the home of Mrs. E. V. Langtord, on Thursday at 8 p.m. First United Church UCW general meeting be hold Thursday al p.m. Clara King unit will present the pro- gram, Lily Jackson Ihe wor- ship and Whitmore Johnston Uie lunch. Everyone welcome. The hospital day tea will bo held in the auditorium of the Municipal nurses' residence from p.m. on Friday. Responsible for Lhe setting up of the lea room will IK Mrs. ,1. Bantield, Mrs. G. Urairin, and Mrs. G. H. Oliver. Mrs. G. Millar is in charge of the table decorations. Bake sale and cake fair will be looked after by Mrs. S. E. Legge, assisted by Mrs. J. Diett. Mis- L. and Mrs. Myers. Project display, Mrs. A. V. Wcatlicnip. Assisting in the kitchen will Mrs. W. Anderson, Mrs. E. J. Hawn and Mrs. K. L. Lowmgs. Treasurer is Mrs. Yvonne Ar- seue DEAR ANN LANDERS: As a foreigner in your counlry 1 Uiink maybe I should keep my moulh shut, hul I would like to repiiy yuu for helping me to learn English. When 1 firsL came here I started lo read jinir column in the newspaper because it was something I could understand from the very first day If also helped me know flic custom and the human nature of Americans. I want to comment on the letter frnm the lady who com- plained that one of her relatives had an annoying habit of licking the comers of her mouth when she talked. Her tongue was very long and unattractive. This habit annoyed many people hul no one knew wliat to do about it. Please lei me fell you how 1 cured an uncle of mine of a habit which was driving a few people crazy. He used to be a tall.-er, this uncle, and because he was so rich, everyone listened to him as if lie really had something to say. When he spbkc, he would use his_ thumb to push his nose from left lo right and from right lo lelt, never slopping for n minute. I decided to let him know he v.as bothering me, so f stretched my nctk, got very close lo him and my eyes followed his nose, from left to right, from righl lo left. 1 just kepi staring at him until it made him so nervous he stopped. The whole family thought Ihis was quile remarkable bul lo me il was only common sense. Admirer DEAR VIRGINIA: Common sense is not so common, Thanks for writing. DEAR ANN LANDERS: You gave good advice lo Ihe girl whose fiance kept stalling about, marriage. I hope she lislens. When 1 was in my lale 20'.s J went will) a jnan who was three years my senior. Every time I broached the subject of a wedding date Alvin disappeared. My friends kept telling me that all men hale lo be pinned down, and Alvin's behavior was "normal." Aflcr three postponements I told Alvin lo leave me alone because I wasn't going to waste any more time on him. I moved miles away and asked him not lo call or wirte. Two years later, guess who appeared at my doorstep? Himself in person. I was sjre he ready to marry me, but the clod stayed in town for a week and never gol up the nerve to pop the question. It's six years later. Alvin still wnles love letters and sends gifts. He tells me he has "come close" lo marriage a few limes but he jusl can't bring himself to make that final slap because I'm Lhe one he really wauls. You told the gal with the same problem Ihal Ihe guy was bonkers and to tell him to get lost, I hope she takes your advice. Not All Bad DEAR SINGLE: So do I. Women who are content to go with guys for umpteen years don't really want lo gel married eilher which is perfectly all right, so long as nobody is kidding anybody. Is pol a drug? Can IjSD and pills open new worlds for you? Stop guessing. Get Ihe fads in Ann Landers' new book- let "Straight Dope on Drags." For each booklet ordered send a dollar bill, plus a long, sell addressed, stamped envelope (16 cents lo Ann LAnders, Box 3346, Chicago, Illi- nois GOG54. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes do you suggesf for a man who has every- thing, including pursuit by his Pheasant cooking and preparation By JEAN SHARP (T Women's Editor TORONTO (CP) Even nou-liuntcrs can eat pheasant nowadays, if they've a mind. It's available in some super- markets. FOR MOTHER: B E N E F I 1 S H 0 E S Give A Practical Gifl From BENEFIT SHOES A Terrific Selection Of SANDALS CORK and REGULAR SOLES YPI Wn Do HOVB AAA In Arnold Snndnl. OVER 200 HANDBAGS TROM WHICH 70 CHOOSE Alwayi Acceptable i The traditional way lo serve it, regardless of where you pel il., is with wild rice. Chef W o 1 f g a n g of SulLon Place Hotel has an alternative suggestion. lie says it is as good with braised lettuce and Pari- Manne potatoes. Cook Lhe liird itself poached, with peeled For two people you need (wo 21 cleaned pheas- ants, 25 to 30 peeled walnut halves, 1 cup orange juice, 'n cup dry while wine, 1 cup .strong green tea. 2 ounces of butler. II's easy lo peel the walnuts if you soak them first in uarni water for about 15 min- ulos, Tie Hie phcasanl legs with string. I'ut them in n largo .saucepan all the other ingredients and poach for 30 minutes. Sutson u'ilh sail and pepper lo Insle. Put Ihe eooked pheasants on n pint (or and surround them with the walnul halves. Strain the liquid, Hiirkcn u-illi flour, thru cook over medium heal, reducing lo one-lhird. Coal Ilic phe.isnnl with UIQ sauce, thru serve. BENEFIT SHOES LTD. 615 4lh Avc. 5. Ph. 327-7300 Open Thursday nnd Fridny Until 9 p.m. N, (lonnany j (AP) Sauerkraut is suee.t lo Uie cars of business- mm. A iiiiirki'l suncy showed sales of Ihe pickled rabhago tre- hled during Ihe Insl six years, mainly due lo foreign rxporls. Win this Barbeque. Just write your name and address on the back of your cash register slip arid enter tbem in our draw barrel. Burns Ib. tin Oriental Polish Dills or Sliced 32 oz. M.J.B. Regular Grind Burns Spaghetti! nnd M no I balls 14 01. (ins Libbys 19 oz. Charcoal 10 1 -W Potato Chips 2 for 1 -00 Salad Dressing T0ng 32 01 jar 65c Peanut Butter Sqmrrei Steak fauces perrons. -i _QQ Mint, Chef, Worcestershire....... O for I' Luncheon meat 12 01. tin Apple Juice 2 f0r 89c Eggs A Pineapple Juice 00 I For Mother Hawaiian Gold.........4B-oz. tinj for POT O GOLD 2 j 1-08 dozen A Mount Elephant m Green Beans 4for Chocolates 1 Ib. box 'Volue'ViIlage MEATS PHONE 327-5295 GROUND BEEF s Freshly Ground Ib. brt Ribs Ideal for brazing Sausage Side Bacon Ocean Perch Fillets Small Jubilee brand Devon brand....... 1 Ib. pkg Ih. pkg. alue'Vmage CAULIFLOWER PRODUCE Phone 328-1751 CALIFORNIA SNOW WHITE HEADS Sunkist Navels B.C. Red or Delicious (C.A.'s) Corn on Texas Swccl 'Value'ViQage BAKERY Phono Mother's Day Cakes Decorated .00 nnd up Butter Tarts dozen Jeiiy Rdls rnch VALUE VILLAGE GARDEN HUT ROSE BUSHES BRAND. 2 year old. CHOICE BRAND. Assorted BREEDLOVES. 3 rose bushes BREEDLOVES. 3 year old. Assorted LIBERTY. 3 year old. Assorlod 1.39 1.29 1.99 1.99 1.99 PEAT MOSS 4 cubic feet... 2.79 1 cubic foot. ..1.79 cubic foot 89c POTTING SOIL and VERMICULITE FERTILIZERS ELEPHANT BRAND 16.20-0. 1 on 25 Ib........... ELEPHANT BRAND 16-20-D. n iJQ 50 ELEPHANT BRAND 34-0-0. n nrt 50 ELEPHANT BRAND 28-14-0.