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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAU ANN LANDERS: Recently yon printed eight sug- gestions on how lo break up Ihe marriage ol a sun or daugh- ter. I would like to add more. These are guaranteed Vo work. I know because they destroyed my marriage. Here they arc: (1) Whenever your married son and daughter visit with their children, make a point ol how thin and lircd the tads look. Get across Ihe message that you don't have s very high opinion of the way your beloved grandchildren are being cared for. Intimate that the mother's neglect is detrimental to the'heaJth o( the youngsters. Ask repeatedly what they eat and why it is that they have so many colds. If the kid breaks a tooth or is injured during play, get all tiie details and place the blame, on lack of supervision. (2) ft your son has a hutton off his shirt or if his shirt isn't ii'oncd as well as you used to do it when he lived at home, say something. Also mention the hole in his sock or the spot on his coat. It will fan the llame of self-pity and if could start the (inal fight that ends in the divorce court. 1 hope you will reprint the original eight rules along wilh (he two additional suggestions as a refresher course for in- laws. The divorce lawyers from coast to coast are sun; lo profit from a re-run. Thank you. H Happened In -New Mexico DEAR N. MEX.: Thank you (or two splendid additions lo the original eight ways lo break up a marriage. For those who didn't see Ihe first eighl, here they are: (1) When a son or daughter lets you know they plan 10 be married, show open hostility to the person of his choice. After all, marriage means less love and attention for parents and they have a right to resent it. (2) Expect your married children to spend every Sunday and holiday at your home. Act hurt if they have other plans. (3) If your married children have problems with their mates, encourage them Lo come home, no matter what. Lis- len attentively lo all complaints and point out additional faults which may have gone unobserved. Remember, a drop of water at a time can wear away a rock if you keep at it long enough. (4) If your married children are having financial prob lems, rush in with the checkbook. If you are having financial problems yourself, borrow, if necessary, but let them know Ihey'll never have lo do without anything so long as you are around. (51 If a married child has a drinking problem, keep tell- ing him his male drove him to it. It will make him feel better. Everyone needs someone to blame. Intel-j He stressed the importance ligence lasts came under attack of teachers responding "with at IJie regional conference of1; great joy" at the retarded the American Association on i child's accomplishments. He Mental Deficiency, here. said neither teachers nor par- One delegate. Dr. Geraldme j ents should try to protect a re- Doll, of Beliingliam. Wash., said larded child from potential she often asks people: "What UlusionmenL IQ do you want? I will give yon "He should be pushed to the a lo get it." utmost of his he .said. Another -delegate. Dr. Rem en i----------------------- Feursk-in, baffled many of the 1 teachers, university IceUirprs i and psychologist present with puzzles tlial retarded children I have solved al an institute in j Jerusalem where he is the di- 'rector. i Dr. Ktnirsleh: bait delegates' work 011 the one which depended upon analysis of tones hi color and the other on linking up dots into rec- ognizable patterns to demon- strate that too much emphasis is placet! on failure and not enough on success in dealing with liio retarded child. Dr. Feiirsteifi said intelli- gence tests are not used! al the institute EDMONTON (CP) regulatons for the cosmetic industry have been urged by a consumer re- search group In a letter to Health Minister John Munro. Save Tomorrow Oppose Pol- lution, based on a report made by researcher Anemone Ruder, requested tbal cosmet- ics be made subject to strict labelling laws which would make listing all ingredients mandatory. Ms. Ruder, who said she preferred to be identified that way, said STOP became in- terested in cosmetic regula- tions when the organization became aware of possible dangers of the chemca! hex- achlorophene as an additive in cosmetics. Canada imposed restrictions on hexacldorophene last May, requiring that products con- tning more than .75 per cent of the chemical be available only on prescription. Use of the chemical in (he United States was restricted more re- cently after research showed several babies bathed in solu- tions of hexachlorophene suf- I fered brain damage. Ms. Ruder said what started as an inquiry into shampoo, skin cleansing and deodorant products containing hexachlo- rophee led to disturbing find- ings on other aspects of regu- lations on the cosmetics indus- try. ACTION HELD UI' Among the report's findings was that the food and drug di- rectorate, which has jurisdic- tion over cosmetic products, 'can act only after a cosmetic has been sold and has caused injury or has been proven lo have been The report expressed con- cern over evidence that hor- mone creams with a high es- trogen content, advertised to prevent skin wrinkles, are sold without proper labelling, though deemed potentially dangerous in an American Medical Association publica- tion. Ms. research un- covered evidence of what the report termed "the myth of the rare ingredient11 where such substances as mink nil, turtle oil, and royal jelly, are common, inexpensive ingredi- ents added to cosmetics sold al high prices. Such additives, said Ihe re- port, have no proven benefi- cial results. The report said there Is "hope in sight'' through pro- posed United States legisla- tion which would demand reg- istration o f manufacturers and disclosure of all products, formulas and labels. STOP said It wants this type of legislation introduced in Canada, including the sub- mLsion of test results and manufacturing descriptions of cosmetics made subject to government approval, As a footnote to her re- search, Ms. Ruder advised the consumer lo; guarantee of satisfaction and return them if they don't Isfy. I Wee Whimsy I products that cause irritation, itching or swelling of any part of Ihe body. alort to any discomfort j to eyes or breathing while using hair sprays. products thai don't live up to their advertising claims. products sold wilh a i Senior crafts The Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens, affiliated with 1 the Provincial and National j Pensioners and Senior Citizens, i have started a handicraft club for its women members. The club is meant to offer a j day of relaxation and fun with friends, as 'well as leaching members to make small dec- orator items. The first meeting of the club was he! d recent ly, with M r.s. C a I h Pinkerton demonstrating the making of felt flowers- for refrigerator decoration. Handicraft day wit! be held eveiy second Wednesday of the month from 10 a.m. to A p.m. in the all purpose room of the civic centre. Further information may be obtained from the secretary by phoning, 327-3264. LOVE 8T TONIGHT f JOLLY TIME POP CORN LEGION BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY AT 8 p.m. JACKPOT BLACKOUT IN 57 NUMBERS OR LESS per week until won) III GAME JACKPOT 511, GAME (X) 10th GAME JACKPOT IN 52 NUMBERS FREE BUS SERVICE HOME AFTER BINGO MEMORIAL HALL PUBLIC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY LOUNGE Children under 16 nel allowed Sponsored by Ladiei Auxiliary to Canadian Legion an oui of Arrangements for the noon i lunelieon of Ihe Handicraft Club of Ihe Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens, affiliated wilh the National and Provincial Pensioners and Senior 'Citizens, will be made at the regular Chi- nook meeting. All members of-UCWs in the UCAIR are invited to attend happy hours, Wednesday at p.m. at ihp First Uni- ted Church. Lethbvidge. The Oilgen Unit of Soiilhmm- UCW will mctt Tuesday al p.m. at the home of Mrs. Flcctu-ood, 82D mh Avc. S. Mrs. J. Daryl Situ-rock fthc Counsellor) returned- from LETHBRIDGE FISH Q I WEDNESDAY AT 8 P.M. IN THE EAGIES HALL 13th St. N. JACKPOT IN 57 NUMBERS FREE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS (4th, 8th and IN 7 NUMBERS NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 SIMPSONS-SEARS SEWING MACHINE RENTAL Loli of mending to do? A wtcfdin? man? A yen to creativa? Rent and Saw wilh a gorgeoui KENMORE ZIG ZAG from Simpsons-Searf. Telephone 338-9231 Or Drop In At Simpsons-Seorsr Centre Village Mall For Complete Details f-agcment for ESP Study Group public meeting, under the directorship of Rev. Dolly Warren Saunders of the Univer- sal Church of the Master, at Bellmgham, Wash. She also attended; group "We've found in Ihe pa.sl sutrli sions in Clearbrook. Vancouver. tests impair the interaction be-' Abbotsford and other points in Iween us and (lie child. It can set us hack two months at least." he said. "it is incred- ible how failure can paralyse! Ro'b'e rt" H. Rogflrs of cioar- aml incapacitate people." He said if a child has EW things wrong with him, but ex- cels al only one tiling, ''doesn't that one I hi up tcl! us more about his capabilities lhan Ihe 99 failures? Hut under our usual system of testing, Ihe one sue-1 cess is losl." Soulhminster Junior Girls' Clioir members are reminded lhat practices for the Pink Si- amesc will he held from A to has recently j p.m. Wcdncsduy and Fri- speaking on- day. Junior "iris are also ask- ed lo hand in llieir posters im- med latch. FOOT NOTES by JOE The comer on Ihe Da JOE GREEN'S CURLING BOOTS For men and women. Leathers and Suedes. Ladiei' by Ken Watson and mlfl Xichardton by Ernie 'S SHOES DOWNTOWN ON SIXTH STREET While in B.C. Mrs. was Ihe guest of Mr. and Mrs Assumption CWI, hold Ihe annual tea anrt bazaar Sat- urday from 2 lo p.m. Convener of the lea is Mrs. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS-8 p.m. Receivers are Mcsdnnios P. Matisz, A Schambers, V. F. Klimmck and W, Batlinp 1 Pourers for the day will be Mfi-scfamos -f. Clewes. S Olsh.v j ski, D. Gruenwalri and B, At- i Girl Guides under Hie rtirec tion of Mrs. S, Sawicki will be 1 servers. Mrs, 11. O'Neill and Mrs B G. Gwatkin are in charge ot ilu" i bake table. Everyone wo I- I come. An In HAWAII Tlie Alberta Motor Association, in co-operation wilh CP. AIR and ALOHA AIRLINES, present an evening program of Hawaiian entertainment and travel films featuring IN PERSON "THE FUNBIRDS OF ALOHA" direct from Honolulu. To be held FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20lh at 8 p.m. This program is open to the general pub- lic. Admission is free. However tickets must be picked up in advance, al the A.M.A. office. Limit of 2 tickets per person. ALBERTA MOTOR ASSOCIATION 608 5th Avenue South Phone 328-1181 ;