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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAlD Salurtliiy, OcSsfcrr t, I97i __ __ Ann "f'' Landers fi DEAR ANN LANDERS: I just read the letter from the person in Syracuse whose brother had not spoken to his parents for two years. Your answer burned me up. You said it is "unspeakably cruel" to cut parents out of one's life. What about parents who cut children out of their lives? I don't mean by not speaking to them. I mean by simply ignor- ing I "have the most selfish mother who ever lived. As for my father, if I saw him lying on the street 1 wouldn't stop to pick him up. They are both so self-righteous they make me sick to my stomach. To listen to them talk, they have been the most cicvo-od parents in the work! made many sacrifices for us when we were young, all that garbage. But just let one of us kids ask for help they run a mile in trie opposite direction. (We are nil grown, by the way. and none of us Lives at home.) Print" this if you want to. I mean every word of it. And if either of my parents see it. it's o.k. with me. I despise Uiem Invisible Child DEAR AN: They key words in your letter are "sick to my stomach." I believe you arc sick somewhere else, as well. And I am not surprised. Such raw hate would make anyone sick. I urge you to get some counseling. To live a life filled with so much hostility is like carrying a time bomb around in your head. You are toting a mighty dangerous load, my friend. I hope you will unburden youisclf, soon. Confidential to Sick of Other People's Dirt: Sorry-it's no the job that's it's your attitide. Housework is no "lowly, demeaning slavery." Good housekeeping is an art an when done well it can be a source of pride and satisfaction. Please send inquiries and requests to Landers Reader- mail Department, Chicago Sun Times-Daily News. 401 North Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111. 60611. Phosphate substitute ruling wanted by soap manufacturer PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES JACKPOT LETHBRIDGE ELKS IODGE ROOM (Upsiairs) EVERY THURS-8 p.m. ISSUES WARNING RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil (AP) -Police Cap. Moacyr Bel- lot, head of a precinct in the resort city of Niteroi, warned that "any husband who quarrels with his wife, or vice versa, and then files a complaint with the police, will be arrested." GIRL GUIDES SHINE-IN Saturday tethbridge citizens put their foot out for a good cause to raise money -for Pakistan relief. Mayor Andy Anderson gets a 60-cent shine from Elizabeth Hall, Division Commissioner of the Girl Guides, sponsors of the project. Ready to lend a helping hand is Jen Angus, captain of the 7th Lethbridge Company. Cost of the shine was determined by the size of one's foot. By .IEAN SHARP CP Women's Editor TORONTO (CP) The presi- dent of Colgate-Palmolive Ltd. not used NTA since January, used in detergents because of "And a large percentage ef Us possible long-term effect's as people who don't care about a cancer-Inducing agent. j ecology would say: 'You've just Mr. Turner says Colgate has. said your product isn't as good.' He says the industry is spend- harmless. "The tests take a long time. in Canada says he is trying to 1971, when Ihe U.S. surgeon-gen- get the federal government to I'ral first publicly questioned its', ing money looking for an ac- rule on the use of NTA in laun-: i phosphate substitute dry detergents. The Canadian government has !hal >s effective and R. L. Turner says his firm is said detergent manufacturers on record as considering NTA a must reduce the amount of possible hazard to health, but: phosphate in their products to that its competitors in Canada five per cent by December, arc using the substance. 1972. The current legal maxi- In an interview, he said that mum level is 20 per cent, as detergent manufacturers i Mr. Turner says his firm comply with the federal govern-1 made a presentation to the Se- ment's ruling that phosphate t natc committee on health, wel- content be reduced, the manu-1 fare and science in June, 1070, fnclurer who substitutes NTA I the safely of NTA. for phosphate will have a prod- It issued a statement ill August, half cocked now, it could create new problems." PICK UP GLASS Broken glass may be picked from the floor by wrapping a double-sided piece of Scotch net that is a more effective saying it will not use NTA a' m0nStick or old cleaning agent than the firm I "until its possible carconogenic j Droom that does not. effects are fully We're on record as being i and the ingredient is proven s safe.' He says: "On the other hand, I'm not against NTA. If we begin to use it, we look like fools. That's the box we're in." He said he has written to Ron going to have a lower quality Basford, minister of consumer j product and see business taken and corporate affairs and to, away from. us. You might ask Jack Davis, minister of environ-1 why we don't do a consumer ad- ment and of fisheries, but has vertising campaign? We don't had no reply. J want to start a fight over what The United States federal gov-; is a public benefit issue. The ecology ernment said Aug. 15 that NTA (nitrilotriacetic acid) should not issue would become a marketing issue. TEA and BAKE SALE Af THE Y.M.C.A. SATURDAY, OCT. 16fh 2-4 P.M. Sponsored by LETHBRIDGE SOCIAL CREDIT WOMEN'S AUXILIARY EVERYONE WELCOME DOOR PRIZE Family Living FALL TEA and BAZAAR Sat., Oct. 16th 2 to 4.30 p.m. Sponsored by ST. PATRICK'C C.W.L. CHURCH HALL 318 10th St. S. TOMBOLA DRAW Will BE MADE 'Would you care to wash or SPIC AND SPAN DRY CLEANERS INTRODUCES GUARANTEED SUEDE AND LEATKER CLEANING AND REFINISHING WE DON'T MEAN TO BRAG BUT "MR. SUEDE'S" SECRET AND UNIQUE PROCESS FOR SUEDE AND LEATHER CLEANING IS THE BEST YOU CAN GET ANYWHERE. WE HAVE THE KNOWLEDGE, THE PROPER EQUIPMENT AND NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF DRYCLEANING AP- PROVED METHODS. ENDORSED BY CANADA'S LEADING MANUFACTURERS RECOMMENDED BY ALL IOCAI DEPARTMENT AND SPECIALTY STORES ALSO ALTERATIONS and REPAIRS SPIC AND SPAN DRY CLEANERS ONE-HOUR DRY CLEANING SERVICE 112 8th St. South COLLEGE MALL 327-8116 328-8211 FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY MAIL ORDERS AISO GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION THE MARQUIS HOTEL EXTENDS CONGRATULATIONS To Monique at the Marquis Formerly The Marquis Beauty Salon on her opening and newly renovated premises Come in and see Monique for all your hairdressing needs High Profit Franchise Opportunity Living Lighting, a rapidly ex- panding chain of specialty lamp, chandelier and shade centres, has another prime location available a1 ihe new Centre Village Mall in Leth- bridge for qualified indivi- duals, .12 Canadian stores now open Systems and Buying power of a major chain. Complete training program Investment required Exception earning fial "CUP AND MAIL" Name.................. Address City J IIVING LIGHTING LTD. 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