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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I've been reading your column for years. You make a lot of sense. But It was your com- ments on marriage a few weeks ago on you rradio show that made me sit down and write to you. As a woman who has suffered with mother-in-law trouble (or over 20 years, I can tell you, Ann, your remarks were absolutely the best I've ever heard on the subject. My only regret is that my husband and his mother weren't sitting in the same room with me when you said it. I know they both-read your column religiously. Would you do me and millions of other women who are in my shoes a big favor and print it in your column? Oak Park Listener And Reader DEAR OAK: Several listeners have asked me to repeat In print what I said on the radio. I do so with pleasure: If I could hand every newly-married couple a framed motto as a wedding gilt, it would say this: "Your first allegiance is to each other. Let no man or woman come between you." I am not suggesting that the parents of newly-married coup- les join the Foreign Legion. What I AM saying is that the man who is unwilling to put his wife before his mother is not sufficiently mature for marriage. By the same token, the woman who is unable to put her husband before her father and mother is not grown up enough to be a wile. Realigning loyalties can be agonizing, particu- larly when a parent is involved. Feelings of guilt can play havo: when a choice must be made between two people we Jove. The mature son or daughter does not feel that marriage Imposes such a choice; there are no pangs of guilt attached to leaving momma and poppa. The mature parent prepares his child to be a central figure in another family. Too often the parent who refuses to let go and insists "my child needs me" is twisting the facia. What he MEANS is, "I need my child." A mature person recognizes the different kinds of love. It is possible to love and at the same time a wife, a mother, a sister and a grandmother, cherry pie, football, Lincoln, Rembrandt, and rock music. But we don't love them all in the same way. The love between a husband and wife is unique. It should be a combination of admiration, respect, physical desire, mutual interests and mutual goals. In a successful marriage the wife is the number one person in her husband's life, and he oc- cupies the same place in hers and no one can come between them. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'm an 18-year-old girl and I spend half my time washing my hair. It's long and thick and beautiful, but to keep it that way I have to shampoo it at least once a day. If I wash my hair in the morning it's dirty by dinner time. If I wash it in the evening it's dirty by morning. I've tried every shampoo, rinse, and soap on the market but nothing helps. Any suggestions? Greasy In New England DEAR G.: I checked with beauticians and skin special- ists and they seem to think the problem isn't your hair but your head. You have a strong preoccupation with your crown- ing glory. It doesn't really need all that shampooing but you have a compulsion to wash it, regardless. I'm sure you won't care for my answer, but here it is. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "You're lucky you didn't have 1o go outside today it's a lousy RINGOWEDNESDAY AT 8 P.M. LETHBRIDGE FISH I GAME ASSOC. IN THE EAGLES HALL 13th St. N. JACKPOT IN 53 NUMBERS FREE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS (4th, 6th and IN 7 NUMBERS .MO CHILDREN UNDift 16 HELP US TO HELP OJHERSI The Salvafion Army Welfare Services Need Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Efforts cAit 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 lit AVE. S. SIMPSONS-SEARS SEWING MACHINE RENTAL Lois oF mending to do? A wedding soon? A yen to be creative? Rent and Sew with a gorgeoui KENMORE ZIG ZAG from Simpions-Sears. Telephone 328-9231 Or Drop In Al Simpsons-Searsr Centre Village Mall For CompleU Details LEGION BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY AT 8 p.m. JACKPOT BLACKOUT IN 56 NUMBERS OR LESS (Incraailng niifflher par week until won) lit CAME JACKPOT 51h CAME (X) lOrn GAME JACKPOT IN 51 NUMBERS FREE BUS SERVIC1 HOMI AFTER tINOO MEMORIAL HAIL PUBLIC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY lOUNGI Children under 16 ngl allowed Sponsored by Ladiet Auxiliary to Canadian Leffjlofi MISS CCHS Alice Snyder, centre, received o crown, c? bouquet of roses and a bracelet from her fellow-students on being elected queen of Catholic Cemral High School. Runners-up are left, Rita Di Rocco and right, Paulette DeCosle. -Walter Kerber, photo Babies with low birth weight prone to behavioral deficits By JANE E. BRODV New York Times Service NEW YORK A long-term 3ritish study of more than births has shown that jabies weighing less at birth han Uley should are more likely ,o suffer from a variety of edu- cational and behavioral deficits by the time they reach school age. The deleterious effects of low )irth weight were seen in all social classes, although they vere most pronounced in the ower socio-economic groups, Dr. Nevil Butler said here this veek at a meeting sponsored by the National Foundation- march of dimes. Butler, a professor of child lealth at the University of Bris- who Is a director of the Jrilish birth study, said that deficits were noted in such areas as reading, number work and copying ability. The low birth weight children were also more likely to be fidgety and clumsy and (o maie a poor iocial adjustment in school. Such low hirtli weight babies are said to be "small-for- date." They experienced intrau- erine growth retardation, or Labor figures released EDMONTON (CPI There were women working in Alberta during 1971, a 70.1 per cent increase compared with a provincial report said here. The statistical report on wo- men in the provincial labor force was compiled by the Provincial Manpower and Lab- or Department's Research Di- vision. In 1970, women made up 70.5 per cent of all persons In cleri- cal positions and 56.2 per cent of those in service occupations, the study showed. "Also, in 1971, the average percentage difference in men's over women's salaries for all occupational categories in Al- berta was 27.2 per cent." Irene Mncfii-cgor, Alberta Women's Bureau director, said there has betn a growing de- mand for the Information on women in the labor force. "To this point we've only had the prairies figures through statistics Canada nnd wo felt It was lime we had the specific Alberta facts so we could as- sess women's role in tho Alber- ta labor force." Tho Information, under head- Ings ranging from the partici- pation of women in (he working world to weekly nnd annual earnings, Is available from the deportment, on request. malnutrition in the womb, and as a result weigh less than the average baby does bom after the same number of weeks of pregnancy. A number of studies, several of which were described at the meeting here, have shown that small-for-date babies are most often bom to mothers who are poorly nourished during preg- nancy. Other Important causes ol lowered birth weight include toxemia (high blood pressure) and cigarette smoking during pregnancy. Small-for-date bal> ies are more than twice as com- mon among mothers of low socio-economic groups. Experiment with laboratory animals and studies of human infants who died have shown that malnutrition before birth and during the first months of life can result in fewer than normal brain cells. Since brain cell number is fixed early in life, the deficit caused by pre- natal malnutrition is believed to have a permanent effect on the child's brain functions. There are now several efforts under way both here and in other countries to see if improvement in the mother's nutrition during pregnancy can diminish her baby's chance of being small for-date. One such study being conduct- ed in four rural Guatamalan villages has for exam- ple, that supplementing the mother's diet with a high-calor- ie drink during pregnancy re- sults in a proportionate increase in the baby's birth weight. Dr. Jean-Pierre Habicht of the Institute of Nutrition of Central America and Panama said that for every extra calories consumed by the moth- er during her pregnancy, the baby's birth weight was in- creased by an average of two ounces. President elected A unanimous vote put Mr. P. G. (Sandy) Sardercock back F. G. (SANDY) (5ANDERCOCK prrsirlcnl in the president's seat for the Chinook Pensioners and Se- nior Citizens. Other officers elected to serve for tlm coming term were Carl Fraser, first vice presi- dent; Ann Linn, second vice president and Goldie Kesler, third 'Vice president. BcMy Waldern was re- elected as secretary, Alice Per- ry was named assistant secre- tary and Elizabeth Wheeler as treasurer. Directors elected were Rose Eernhardt, Lily Adnitt, Elsie Risler, Hy Burch, Richard Ball and A. Roy Scott. In charge of program arc Harriet Cunningham and Ger- ald Waldern. Julia Blinkhorn was named lunch convenor. Plans for tlis coming year's activities include a program for the 1973 national pensioners' convention to be held In tht citv. -Tu.idoy, November 71, 1972 TH( IETHMIDGI HtULD 21 Britain's chief UN delegate says women's lib obsolete By FRED COLEMAN LONDON (AP) Lady Tweedsmulr, who flew to New York yesterday to head Britain's delegation to the United Nations week, thinks "women's lib Is old-fashioned." "They should have operated in the suffragette era when we were getting the she said in an interview before leaving. "Now women are free to enter any profession except the church." Baroness Tweedsmuir, an energetic 57 year old grand- mother who relaxes by tending her beehives in Scotland, is minister of state at the British foreign office, the second-rank- ing post there. Throughout a long political career, she says, being a woman "hasn't made any difference, happily." As far back as 1949, she be- and ou.1 oj to, The Order of the Royal Pur- ple will hold a Christmas tea and bazaar Wednesday from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Elks Hall. General convener for the tea mil be Mrs. P. Baceda. Sharing pouring honors will I be Mrs. P. Van Home, Mrs. A. Price, Mrs. K. Reber and Mrs. D. Supina. Bake table conveners will be Mrs. K. Nalder and Mrs. 0. Lewis. In charge of the work table are Mrs. E. Stark and Mrs. M. Nicolson; with Mrs. N. Spoulos in charge of the doll raffle. Tickets are available at the door. came the first British parlia- mentarian to have a baby while serving as a member of the House of Commons. She was the first woman director on the board of Cunard, the shipping line. In April, 1972, she became the first woman from tlie Con- servative party named a minis- ter of state at the foreign office, a job that traditionally went to men in a country that cares about tradition. The two other foreign office ministers of state are men. SEX NO PROBLEM At the foreign office, Lady Tweedsmuir's responsibili ties include overseeing British pel- Serving in the tearoom for the Southminster UCW bazaar and food festival Wednesday, under the convenership of Mrs. George Marshall will be: Mrs. P. E. Alexander, Mrs. A. C. Anderson, Mrs. J. Black, Mrs. W. D. Fellows; Mrs. J. Wishart, Mrs. D. Hen- derson, Mrs. W. Strom, Mrs. R. Draffin, Mrs. B. Haig; Mrs. D. Martin, Mrs. W. T. Reich, Mrs. R. Reich and Mrs. E. Kissel, all serving from 2 p.m. to p.m. Serving from p.m. to p.m. will be Mrs. W. C. Everson, Mrs. L. E. Ingle, Mrs. J. R. Henderson; Mrs. G. Wilioughby, Mrs. R. Stafford, Mrs. H. Bailey, Mrs. J. E. McTavish; Mrs. J. McCutcheon, Mrs. W. Jacobson, Mrs. G. S. Lakie; Mrs. L. A. Jacobson, Mrs. A. Cowan and Mrs. A. B. Klippen- s tine. Treasurers for the afternoon are Mrs. J. D. Whimster, Mrs. G. T. Pragnell, Mrs. J. M. Fair- bum and Mrs. M. Laqua. WeeWhimsy LADY TWEEDSMUIR -'V calendar of t> fl ocai happer.mql The Alberta Association of Registered Nurses, Ward Four, will meet at 8 p.m. Wednesday at St. Michael's School of Nurs- ing for a fun night. All AARN members invited. Christian Science testimony meeting will be held Wednes- day at p.m. in the church auditorium, 1203 tth Avc. S. Ev- eryone is welcome. The Ladies Aid of St. Peter and St. Paul's Church will hold the regular meeting tonight at 8 p.m. at the Polish Hall. Hos- tesses will be Mrs. Mary Ferenz and Mrs. Stella Fercnz. New members welcome. The First United Church mil lold the fall bazaar Saturday from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the church. Featured will be handi- crafts, candy, baked goods, white elephant table, plants and a party for the children. Tick- ets are available through UCW members. icy in the UN, relations with Af- rican countries and the negotia- tions with Iceland on disputed fishing waters. But being a woman, she insisted, Is M prob- lem in high-level International politics. "As the Houses of Parliament here accept a woman as an MP or a minister, it never occurs to mo that others the tall, attractive peeress said. Lady Tweedsmuir was born Priscilla Jean Thomson, daugh- ter of a Scottish general. Her first husband was killed In the Second World War and she en- tered politics in 1945 as a young widow with two small daugh- ters. She lost her first bid for a parliamentary seat from Aber- deen that year, but gained local recognition and won another Aberdeen constituency which became vacant in 1946. For 25 years she served in the House of Commons, although she took m a title in 1948 when she married her s e c o n d hus- band, Lord Twecdsmuir. Her third daughter was born a year after her remarriage. As an MP, Lady Tweedsmuir repre- sented Britain in the UN dele- gation and on the Council of Eu- ope. She lost her Commons seat in 1970 and was made a life peeress In her own right with the title, Baroness Tweeds- ir.uir of Belhelvie. She first be- came minister of state at tte Scottish office in Prime Minis- ter Heath's government before switching to the foreign office this year. Micheners to attend ball YELLOWKMFE, N.W.T. (CP) Gov.-Gen. Roland Michener and his wife have ac- cepted an invitation to attend the Northwest Territories legis- lative ball Jan. 19, the terri- torial government announced here. The annual ball will salute the 100th birthday of the RCMP being celebrated in 1973. Gov.-Gen. and Mrs. Michener will participate in a brief cer- emony at the opening day of the territorial council session ear- lier in the day. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upilairi) EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. AFTERNOON BINGO MOOSE HALL 1234 3 Ave. No. JACKPOT WON EVERY WEEK SPONSORED BY THE WOMEN OF THE MOOSE No Children Under 16 Allowid Everybody Welcome EXECUTIVE SECRETARY Required January 1, 1973, by well estab- lished professional office. Full employee benefits oir conditioned office. Salary commensurate with abilities (our staff is aware of this All replies will be an- swered in strictest confidence. APPLY BOX 93, HERALD SPECIAL PRE-CHRISTMAS TOY SALE! All Toys 2 Days Only! Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 21 and 22 THE CALT EDUCATIONAL TOY FAIR IS ON AGAIN1 Now Open 3rd Ave. S. (Basement) a.m.to p.m. daily SPECIAL LATE SHOPPING FOR THE SALE 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, NOV. 21 and 22 Gait Toys are Back in Town! LARGE SELECFION OF ADVENT CALENDARS The PARTY FOOT NOTES by JOE Get off my shoes, you dope, they're my new party shoes from JOE GREEN'S. JUST 5 PARTY SHOES for any fcslivo occasion can bs found at. GREEN'S SHOES DOWNTOWN ON SIXTH STREET ;