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   Delaware County Daily Times (Newspaper) - August 6, 1975, Chester, Pennsylvania                              Tries to join woman's club Helen help us DELAWARE COUNTY DATLYTIIIBS DEAR HELEN: My wife and her friends were responsible for opening several -men's" clubs and bars to women. They crowed about it. Yesterday t sent in my ap- plication .to join her local women's club. She says I' am making a fool of myself how would 1 look as the only male in a bunch of females? I'm not getting even. From what 1 hear they have in- teresting speakers and 1 need a little broadening (no pun in- tended! Your views, please. SLANDERED GANDER DEARGANDER: "Broad" interests should not be discouraged especially if they're confined to club meetings. May the women enjoy your presence as much as you enjoy theirs. H. DEAR HELEN: About a month ago 1 had my FELTON FIRE CO. NO. 3 NOTICE TO MEMBERS The first reading of the proposed changes to the by laws will be held Thurs. Aug. 7 at P.M. at the fire house. All members are urged to attend. Michael Johnson Secretary second miscarriage within a year. 1 was near my six month of pregnancy, and I suffered mentally as well as physically. About five girls at work are expecting, about the same time I was to have had my baby. know there will be much talk about babies, showers, etc. I won't be up "to listening or at- tending, and how do I tell my co- workers to please soft-peddle it around me? I tried explaining my hurt to a close friend, and the very next day she called me to tell me about the cute baby items she'd picked up.for one of our pregnant friends. Should I just stay away from my job until after all the babies arrive? I need to get out of the house, and I love my work, but HOW CAN I FACE THEM? DEARHCIFT: It won't be easy, but you'll discover, once you're back at work, that facing up to your loss is the best way to recover from it. U.S. BICENTENNIAL 1976 ST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE 125th YEAR two evenings a week can change your life..... Saint Jisepb's EVENING COLLEGE Thousands of Delaware Valley residents are expanding their career and personal potentials through late afternoon and evening courses at St. Joseph's. Isn't it worth your while to invest two evenings a week in yourself? ADMISSION WITHOUT ENTRANCE EXAMS-DEGREE PROGRAMS OPEN TO MOST HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES ACADEMIC COUNSELING TO HELP YOU ACHIEVE YOUR OBJECTIVES BOTH DEGREE AND NON-DEGREE PROGRAMS-TAKE COURSES FOR CREDITOR NON-CREDIT SOME COURSES MEET FRIDAY EVENING AND SATURDAY MORNING ONLY FALL SEMESTER-1975 CLASSES START SEPT. 3 REGISTER THRU AUG. 26 OVER 200 UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATE COURSES IN BOTH DEGREE NON-DEGREE PROGRAMS Then: think -to the future. Your doctor will tell you when it's safe to try for another pregnancy. And this time with his watchful care -I'm sure you'll be successful. Meanwhile, don't ask your co- workers-to "soft-peddle" the baby talk. A sudden hush, when you join the group, will'keep your hurt alive longer because it sets you apart. Let them know you can make a comeback and you.will! H. DEARHELEN: "A son is a son till he gets him a How. true! We did everything to win our daughter- in-law over, even to paying a-month phone bills she'd run up. But she blames us for everything. Says we caused our son to be a "stick-in-the-mud" because we never took him out when he was young. That's not true he just enjoys being a homebody and she constantly is on'thego. She got an abortion and we couldn't help showing our shock. Now she has turned our son against us completely. They never call or visit. Should we just forget about them loo? B.T. DEARB.: Keep the line open with cards and letters, perhaps an oc- casional telephone call. Make the communications friendly, noncommilal and brief. Your son may be back someday if he feels you'll accept him. H. rjot a problem? An adult subject for discussion? You can talk it over in her column if you write to Helen Bottel, care of this newspaper. Bermuda, Britain's oldest remaining colony, was founded by accident. When the sailing vessel Sea Ven- ture, bound from England to Virginia, sank off Bermuda in 1GU9. her survivors set- tled on the island. a tradition of Jesuit excellence since 1851, reflected by the achievements of ou( graduates professionally BACHELOR OF ACCOUNTING BIOLOGY CHEMISTRY EDUCATION "'ENGLISH FOOD MARKETING HISTORY INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS MANAGEMENT MARKETING POLITICS PSYCHOLOGY SECONDARY EDUCATION SOCIAL STUDIES SOCIOLOGY MASTER OF CHEMISTRY EDUCATION HEALTH EDUCATION SCIENCE EDUCATION ASSOCIATE DEGREE ACCOUNTING ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT BIOLOGY BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CHEMISTRY CRIMINAL JUSTICE FOOD MARKETING LIBERAL ARTS CERTIFICATE OF PROFICIENCY ACCOUNTING CRIMINAL JUSTICE FOOD MARKETING GENERAL BUSINESS TEACHER CERTIFICATION TEACHER AIDE CERTIFICATES FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND COMPLETE COURSE SCHEDULE CALL, WRITE OR COME A.M. to 9 P.M. St, Joseph's College 54TH CITY AVENUE PHILA., PENNA. 19131 Telephone, (21 BIG DISCOUNTS ON ALL KITCHEN CABINETS PIONEER IXL KITCHEN RAYGOLD many, many more WATCH FOR THE GRAND OPENING OF OUR CASH-N-CARRY KITCHEN CABINETS PRICES ARE UNVEIEVEABLE PRICE BREAK ON KITCHEN AID DISHWASHERS KDS-17ANF SUPERBA DISHWASHER INCLUDES FRONTS I YR. SERVICE KDI. 17ANF IMPERIAL DISHWASHER Picked up INCLUDES FRONTS 1 YR. SERVICE KDC-17ANF CUSTOM DISHWASHER pic INCLUDES FRONTS 1 YR. SERVICE GLEN RIDDLE Rt. 452 (Fennel! Rd.) GL 9-9380 CENTENNIAL HOME CENTERS FEATURES THE LARGEST DISPLAY OF MODEL KITCHENS IN THE DELAWARE VALLEY! we. DREXEL LINE SHOPPING CENTER Township Lint t Stott Rd Drexel Hill CL 9-3122 Community clock IV program to feature Child Care Service Tonight BETHEL Planning Commission, 8 p.m., township building, Bethel Road. BIRMINGHAM Supervisors, 8 p.m., township building, Station Way Road, Chadds Ford. DARBY Borough council, 8 p.m., Darby-Colwyn Senior High School, Summit St. and Greenway Ave. PARKSIDE Borough Council, 8 p.m., Community Gospel Chapel, Roland Road and Norfolk Lane. RIDLEY TOWNSHIP Commissioners, 8 p.m., municipal building, Morton Ave. and MacDade Blvd., Fo 1 s o m. Thursday ASTON Zoning board, 7 p.m., municipal building, 233 Pennell Road. CHESTER TOWNSHIP Township supervisors, 8 p.m., municipal building, 1327 Peterson St. EDDYSTONE Recreation board, p.m., Eddystone Elementary School. UPPER CfflCHESTER Zoning board, p.m. township building, FureyRoad. Delaware County's Child Care Service will be featured on WHYY-TV, Channel 12, p. m. Aug. 20. The program will emphasize the need for foster homes in Delaware County. Child care staff, foster parents and children living in foster homes will appear on the program. Children who have been found hard to piace will also be featured. The program IK part ot> Channel 12's "Take 12" series, a nightly 30 minute program which provides community groups in a wide area around Philadelphia the opportunity to appear on mass media. First train Canada's first tran- scontinental train arrived in Winnipeg in 1886. BETHEL Sewer authority, township building, Road. p.m.. Bethel 3 Darby Twp, men) charged in fire DARBY TOWNSHIP Three township men have been charged in connection with Sunday's arson of Jay's Food Market, Orange and Sharon Aves. Police said newspapers stacked in front of the store were set on fire about a.m. The building caught fire, causing the evacuation of a number of people in the apartments above the store. There were no injuries. Three suspects were arrested by township Patrolmen Joseph Grobes and Clarence Clark and were arraigned before District Justice of the Peace David Cinclair. Held at Delaware County Prison in lieu of S2.000 bail were Milton Young. 23. and John Fulton, 24, both of the 900 block Sharon Avenue. Anthony Richie, 19, 1200 block Burton Avenue, was held in .lieu of bail.- APPOINTED Dr. Donald J. Gill has been named chairman of the Mercy Catholic Medical Center's department of psychiatry in Darby. He will administer psychiatric services at both the Fitzergarld Mercy and Misericordia Divisions. KIRKWOOD FITNESS CLUB OPEN INSPECTION KIRKWOOD FITNESS CLUBS NEW CLUB. ROUTE 202 PA.STATE LINE Dual Facility Health Spa for Men Women CONSTRUCTION NEARLY COMPLETED on... Stop today and Join at Pre-Opening Membership Rates INDIVIDUAL I XCRCISt SUN DECKS NAUTILUS fOUIKllENr tXtHCISl AHLAS 1) HA.MDBALLaPADDLEBAUUOUtm SWIMMING f'OOLS WHIRLPOOLS SAUNAS DISEHT DHY HUOMS STEAM CALL TODAY and SAVE TRIMNASTIC CLASSES SPECIAL NOTICE As Construction progresses our Rates will increase 459-5150 Be modern. Open a free household checking account at Southeast National Bank. Hello, Mildred. This is Ronald. Ronald, Haven't I asked you not to call me at the office But this is an emergency. Mildred Jr. just set off some Kind of explosive charge in the bathroom and the whoU house is flooding. Well, call the plumber. I did. But she said she won't come out she's paid today. And you took the checkbook to work. I don't know what to do. Don't cry. Have you forgotten, 1 opened a second free checking account at Southeast National BanK just to run the household. You'll find the checkbook in the kitchen cupboard behind the cookie jar. You're 50 smart. Mow call the plumber. And tell Mildred Jr. deal with her when 1 get home. Southeast-.., National Bank The Bank where you live.   

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