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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuejdny, Novc-mhor 23, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 13 Ann Landers Sonj-etini.es drugs, vitamins help hyperactive children DEAR A.VX MN'DEHS: Everybody sets himscll in your coi sooner or late, I myself a few days ago I was the loiter Ihc fiirl whose molher yelled at her ranslanUv over nothing. I grt ch.wcd out my mom 1-irlv I realize she is rcallv mad al mo but she has to take out her anger somehow and I'm the handiest target No matter how Hard I try to stay out of her waj she finds something to h-.ller about. Her pattern of yelling is always the same. It starts out over nothing ami builds. The more she yells the madder she pets Pretty soon she is screaming about a comple.ely dU- fcrent subject than the one she started on. l-lea.se tell me what I can do about it. I have anotner two vears to go before I ean get go to college.-Battercd Ear Drum.-; out of tbc house and (EDITOR'S NOTE: Dr. Marino's Leon Octtlngcr, noted: He Is to engage In sensory Goldin is principal of a New who specializes in stimulation experiences to York City plementary scliool irealing children with learninR strengthen eye and muscle co- "These drugs, in: some manner si ill in e iijochemical such make the brain function hotter." i its nutritional deprivation, may Drugs, however, do not eon-! I" and the author of many lnx.ka on children and learning.) THE NEW MISS HOPE Jeanelte McLean, third year student al the Gait School of Nursing is Miss Hope for 1972 for the Lethbridge branch of the Canadian Cancer Society. She now eligible to enter the provincial Miss Hope contest, which will b0 held in Icthbridgc in January._________________________________. In And Out Of Town l.U DFAJt BATTERED: A person who understands a proft- lem has it half solved, ami it is obvious that you DO under- stand There is no way you can change your mother. She needs professional help. You can. however, protect yourself by listening quictlv and remembering that her rage has nothing to do wil.ii you-that she is really angry with her- Make no attempt to reason with her she's off on a screamer. She's not rational. And if it will make you feel better, dear, you have lots of company. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I work on a newspaper and have written heads and subheads for your column for many years, so I've read every word you've written for a long time 'Today I see another letter from someone who Is upset because somccne SAID the wrong thing. Bereaved mothers are unhappy because of a thoughtless comment. An adoptive dad is distraught because someone made a snide crack. A mother with a homely child is miserable because a friend made a hurtful remark. Even the kindest and most, considerate people are fre- quently surprised when a thought that seemed all right in the head, comes out of the mouth in a cloddish manner. It happens all the time. So why should anyone allow himself to become totally fragmented by an insignificant, ill-phrased statement that wasn't intended to hurt? Most folks arc decent. The malicious arid mean devils are definitely in the minority. Wouldn't it be a happier world if we didn't attach so much importance to what people say! I hope you will print this. Ann, and I hrpe I said it. Understand DEAR UNDERSTAND: You did and I thank you. DEAR ANN LANDERS: mother and grandmother both smoke like a couple of chimneys. They always seem to be lighting up during a cigarette with the break- fast coffee, a cigarette after the salad, a cigarette before the dessert. It ruins my appetite and makes me sick to my stomach. Does a 13-year-old have the right to say any- thing? If so. what? To Death In Greenwich DEAR CHOKING: In some countries, smoking during a meal is considered an insult, to the cook. In our country it is bad manners to smoke during a meal unless one asks permission from the non-smokers. Since your mean your mother and not about to ask vcur permission, I suggest you tell them that (heir smoking spoils your appetite and if they would please cut out the cigarettes between courses, you would be glad to leave the table when tliey light up wilh their dessert and coffee. Too many couples go from matrimony to acrimony. Don't let your marriage flop before it gets started. Send for Ann Landers' booklet. To Expect." Send your request to Ann Landers in care of your newspaper enclos- ing 50 cents in coin and a long, stamped, sell-addressed envelope. NEW YORK (NEAi When emotional child may be Larry's mother was again call-, down so his Ix'havior no ed to school, she knew what interferes with his stu-, ar' she'd hear: that Larry was an dies. But. if learning prob ei'-'ht-year-old tornado in the. class, the gym and the lunch- room; that he still couldn't remember five reading words from one day to the next; that he'd had three years of remedi- al instruction; that he wa: brighter than average. lems stem from neurologica and perceptual handicaps, he will continue to be learning-dis- >J''- L al'a p, have prod'iceu n-'-a: Dr. Alan U-vin, medical di-, rector of the Institute for; Child Development Inc., alcris parents 10 the difference IKJ- This time she heard more, twecn symptoms and cau-os, He explains how learning abilities may stem from bio chemical as well as physiologi cal causes. Tests showed Larry was learning-disabled child. She would have to get outside help for him. If she didn't, tlu- school would not be able to keep her son. In the meantime, the cir.tion for C'.ildren with Learn- ing Disabilities sponsors meet- ings and promotes drives. It in- creases parental understand- ing. It heartens the families of 8 Physiological causes a-'c cH'dren with responsible for perceptual han- Outside help? What kind'.' dicaps. Says Dr. Levin, "My: -m research. Where? Whv Larry when he experience has shown that j was so intelligent? young children, who were un-, Lloyd Thompson, professor duly confined to playpens, or', FORM ASMJUAIIU., i emeritus at the University of otherwise reslrained, de-j poRT FRANCES, Ont. 'CP) North Carolina, has this to say prived of the many hours of. _ KortmlPst Association Larrys: and t-dt are for Community Crafts has been to serve as a central mization to advance the var- orea: to ob- can' perceptual organization. To cor Cd" He may _.. action, and try pills for the con- trol of hyperkmotic behavior.; He may prescribe behavior modification drugs, and he may select one of three kinds: Tran- quilizers, mood changers or message Mockers. Tranquilizers are used to "di- lute the emotions." With tem- pers lowered, the young Larrys become more receptive, gen-; erally, and more able, possi- bly, to attend to lessons. Mood changers are antjde- pressant drugs, sometimes pre- scribed for ncurologically de- pressed children. They decrease irritability, impatience end es-j cessive fidgeting. Message Mockers are the amphetamines. These block out j nagging feelings of restlessness, i hunger and tiredness. Says San f ale calendar being a toner of strength when she's miserable, Add cup Beting Soda to soak-water diaper pail fresh. To soclhe skin irritations- and disper rssh add 2 table- spoons to baby's bath. COW BRAND B trt- local li kappcnincji The Mrs L W Sorcnson is the and Mrs. A. Guise. There will kitchen convenor and Mrs. B. i be a demonsiration of flower j T. Brown. E. Rombough, R. nnvcnor- Linderman. C. Gedrasik. J. .......ise. Xagy. W. M. Forry. E. Slaf- responsible the ford. M. Atkinson, .1. Johnson, 1 "v I _ t' idge women The Annual Convention of the Alberta Social Credit, j Womcns Auxiliaries was held recently in the Palliser Hotel. There were 208 delegates and be Mcrfanirs 1C. Rebar, h r y s Fraeho's G'-ccnhousc vaker MLA from s of Lethhridge iutt Wedncs- to the. women and Mrs. Vera Mondv I) C Van Ilorne. from j Pipe s. British and WK Price.' The bake p.m. Welcoming guests will be Colombia SCWA brought greet- G stcclc ings from that province. W.' E. Mundcll. regent c.f; Featuml sneaker was Komc'7. This is just one of 'he n im charilable projects by the women's auxiliary to the i- uunueii ii-m--iu Benevolent and Protc tnc HI io work Sir' Alexardc (ialt Chapter, as- i Harry E. Strom, leader of the i o[ FJks Mllch of llle -r i in Al- Order of the Royal Purpl (able is Ihc direction of pistcd bv Mcsdames L. Social Credit Movement in Al- Mrs. (i. NiclK Mihalik. PUBLIC B1MGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS IETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstfrirs) EVERY THURS-8 p.m. i Hostesses in the tea room will he Mesdamcs D. G. W. Suther- land and A. G. Donaldson, with ed the convention awards for: most new auxiliary members for 1971, won by Edmonton needed to support these projects 'iii and Mrs G I E. Constable. C.; berta. j js raised by sponsoi me such M Cranstoun and B. A. Scott, j Mrs. Harry E. Strom present- j functions as th" Christmas tea and b: zaar, which this year will be held this coming Wednesday in the Elks Club. In 1056, the Efts and the wo- men of the Royal Purple rstalv lished a national Purple I Fund to assist children up to the age of lit, cf race, religion, creed or colo: This year alone, women irum e Mrs K Hopp in charge of the i West, most new auxih- drcr prizes E. V. ary members over 10 and under Laneford and F. E. Quitteti- 2C. won by Lacombe, largest haiim will convene a table of i attendance at the convention homo ha'i'l" Memo calendars won by Three Hills. The Social Credit Women's Auxiliary exee- GAfV.E ASSN. WEDNESDAY AT 8P.M. 1N THE EAGLES HALL St. N. S105 JACKPOT 54 NUMBERS FREE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS (4111, Clh and 12th) SM in 7 Numbers NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 _____________ BiNGO EVERY WEDNESDAY AT 8 p.m. JACKPOT BLACKOUT IN 56 NUMBERS OR LESS (Increasing omi numbor per week until won) lil CAME JACKPOT 5th GAME (X) lOlh GAME BLACKOUT IN 53 NUMBERS OR LESS MEMORIAL HALL PUBLIC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY LOUNGE Children under 16 not allowed Spomorotl by Ltidics Auxiliary to Canadian LcQion Lcthbrilh vicc-pivsidenl. Mrs. I. Stone-I hockcr. I'dinonton; stxTetary- ireasurer. Mrs. S. E. Kuempcr, The fund is available to any child in Canada who needs it. when money is not n iMe from any oilier sourc Mi i from the fund lias lx< l iv'd for braces, crutches, t 1 help. Iransporlation. iilu< it m books and many other items required by needy children. 9 One project supported by the Vaiighan Hembroff will make fund is the deaf detection and j the report for the Family Y al development prop-am, which the annual meeling of the, provides clinical services for Board of Directors of the! people, partien'ar'y chiklrcn, VMCA Wednesday, p.m. with speech and hearing dis- in the all-purpose room. orders. Part of this programs is Tliis meeling will he of inter- j the Speech and Ilearing esl Io all Family Y members Clinic in Hegina. and friends of the Associate Xi-Icta will meet Tuesday at j 8-15 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Sharon Filuk 1035-13 St. S. Co- hostess is Mrs. .loan Dingle and program is to be given by Mrs. Julia Ewing. Fort Macleod square dancers will hold their regular dance on Wednesday at p.m., with round dance practice at 8 p.m. in the elementary school. All square dancers are welcome. Women are asked to please bring a box lunch and The regular meeting of Dom- inion Rehekah Lodge No. 41 will be held in the Oddfellows hall Thursday at R p.m.. with nom- inations of officers. Mrs. M. ickcrs. warden of the Rebek- ah Assembly, will be making her official "visit at this time. A pot-luck supper will be held prior to the meeting at p.m. Visitors welcome. All members of Faith Rebekah Lodge and Dominion Rebekah Lodge nre requested to attend this combined meeting for Sis- ter Vickers' visit. A meeting of the Alberta As- sociation of Registered Nurses will be held Wednesday at p.m. Dinner meeting will be at the Town Chef restaurant, with an election of officers and will be Mrs. M. KeJiy, K Y on ward system. Christian Science testimony m will be held Wednes- p.m. in the church auditorium. 1203 -I Ave. S. Evervono welcome. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes Dinner tickets are available at the YMCA desk or at the door. A reply would appreciated (or catering purposes. Mr. Horst A. Sclnnid, minister of culture, has had to cancel al the last minute. The IxMllhridge of Order of the lioyal Purple was inaugurated in April. I'.ra. to work toward the betterment the community nt large. j PITSCITCS should Iv packed I while hoi in jars HELP US TO HELP OTHERSI The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CALL 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR IEAVE AT 412 AVE. S. "This morning I've decided I'll have two eggs on the half-shell." IN LETHBRIDGE: 613 4th Avenue Souili Telephone 328-4214 ;