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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 iriHBHinGl HCTMD lalurdoy, 1, 1777 family life by MAUREEN JAMIESON Zsa Galxtr gels 'cm by Lhe busload Taylor gels 'cm big BS bunions but it's a sad fnct of life (hat no one lias ever even thought about strewing c'iamonds at my feet. In Ihis fleeting moniDiit of Irutli, I'll also admit thai I've never been Ipmptcd from the path of moral rectitude with promises of a luxurious villa on the Riviera eillier, and my chances of ever having my very own yacht floating in a sea of cham- pagne are growing dimmer every day. Kaffeeklatschint: around (he office t'other day, I got into deep discussion about whether husbands or wives get more opportunities lo wander along the primrose path. For this and thai odd reason, the men finally got the vote [the but after hearing all the exciting invitations imodWly showered on some of the women, I must say I'm feeling very disheartened. Now deep down in my innermost innards lurks the secret knowledge that my gracious, dignified "maturity" and glittering intelligence are capable of captivating the most exciting and elusive of men. If only I cared to exert my charms, or if only he'd stop long enough to notice me, I know he'd be completely spellbound. Why in my mad. Impetuous youth, I can remem- ber al! kinds of exciting propositions like the lime the 12-year-old newspaper boy cornered me in a record booth in the library at CJOC I forgive I hat word and breathlessly asked me to a few years" and the time a crazy Ameri- can hopped off his Greyhound onto mine at Helena and travelled 500 miles off course before he suddenly decided his fiancee had belter teeth than I did, gone But that kind r.( adventure is apparently forever. This was brought home most vividly in last week's snowy catastrophe. As I plodded along the tire tracks in the road day after day, not one man was cast into such transports of raplure al the sight of my dazzlingly homely visage that he stomped on the brakes and crashed his Lincoln through a snow- bank or two, merely for Hie privilege of driving me home. With my ego lyiny in shattered remnants around my feet. 1 poured out my tale of misery to a couple of sympathetic back room boys. One of them, with true nobility of character shining through tears of laughter, rose magnificently to the occasion. "Never mind he said. "I'll make a pass at you in the morning. That'll make you feel better." ivinot Counsellors look for reasons underlying family conflict By MAUflFKN JAM1KSON Family Editor When husband and wife arc iti conflict, the F'am- iiy Service Dtireau can offer help for the marriage and the family, said director Alajslair Mont. "Their conflict reflects Ihcir personal he said; "not only the way they sec themselves, but also the way they see their spouses The bureau, he said, is fl help- ing service, and c.ich of tha counsellors "Iries lo get on lhc client's wavelength, to he aware of what's bothering him." "It's extremely import a n I (hat we give a person a feeling he can trust us that we understand hLs problem thai we're aware of the f.ict he's having a problem and be- cause he's having a problem, we're not going to condemn him "Thai's one of my niles of .said Mr. Monl. "No matter how depress ud the per- son is, or how inadequate his behavior against the norms i society when he i his wife ii's up lo us to sec I reasons why he docs these thinps. Maybe it's frustration ''The key here, I feel, is tha! each one of us as H family counsellor must firsl have ade- quate knowledge of the environ- ment or community, so we can understand social pressures shoidd also have a knowl- edge of the techniques of hu- man behavior.'1 '-We like to be called family rather than mar- riage counsellors, he said. "This means we pet involved with tho whole family instead of just tho husband and wife." "When a person contacts Home lip wont In take a dnuhlp nf cmHtnT Out. (CP1 lookim: after the fimiru-ial She- also tnkes and leaches ".vvc anH nm-nhiff l K LJ Mm h j s ffi fe Q j Of painlm- lessons uf Hie j tach 'Dividual m the family and next mo.ning. true lo IILS word, he hound across nlimhcr of she j her three i.s overseer. Imu accomplished a.iisls Utrnc-rl outl lo gel loknowhiin tnc olttcc and encircled me in a crushing embrace. i wetlt inlo business with her Ls plant manager and Bill is ad-1 of her classes in nearby But in all honesty, I am forced to admit__it I band m 1917, but soft drinks verlJsing and sales mamiger. villc. definitely a very plalonic affair. j have been her mriiii.May. Mr. Millar is president. TO fill llio Idle moments.' Mother-figure A teachr-r, a baker j town! The bottling not Katie sous and spends v.'eck- 1 cnunrillor and Irnveller, Katie j enough. Katie uas elected to the ends at Hie fnmily collate ir A BASKET FULL OF EASTER WISHES -With o cheery, toothless grin and hand? full of chicks and bunnies, four-year-old Penny Scolt of 113 16 Si. N., has her heart ier on o basket loaded with chocolale replicas of her lillle Friends for Hosier Iho kind of animals lhat mom, Verontca, have to clean up after. atid hear his side of Ihe story. We then see Ihu whole family together." "We (tenl with hou- each mem- with the is a ALA.ST.AIH. .MONT rcsl of tht family. Bui we don't just lalk it. get, them Lo tell us Imv (hey fnol to bring out llioir thoughts.'1 The rnosl IicquenL problems arise, lie when n man or vonian feels lhc marriage "lias detcriornlc-d to a point where the ixrson no longer has adr- quatc happiness or personal sal- iijfacLion." This problem can also occur in common law and singles un- ion roinlionsliips, added. "A person Feels he's tost something call il love or appreciation or what you will, when people are unable to com- mumcaic with each other fltut really be honest wiUi each oth- er." "LoLs o[ people cnn'l express even to tell their marriage partners they love thorn, according lo Mr. Mont. "But no matter how bad tlio marriage, they wouldn't havo come here if. iherc hndn'l been anylhJug he said. "Somolimcs n relative's or neighbor's sympathy is enough. But sometimes, some thing more is needed, and after they have utilized all Iheir resources, they come lo the agency." Lately, "tline lias been an increase in this (Lcthbridge) area in problems with chil- lie said. "People just don't understand why children arc b Thriving as they are." "I feel it is oflcn n waste of time to work with the children. When a child lias a problem, I zero in on lhc key people, tho mother and Lilhrr.1' "A great percentage of the lime, when parenls can't cope with their kids, it's the parents1 needs (hat aren't being he said. Mr. Monl explained that tecs are never a consideration at the bureau. "Wo cfjevnlc on a sliding scale ol charges, based on ability tn pay, right down to no he said. "We're liore to help the whole pcrFon, so we're not going to add lo his financial strain." GAILYNE TROPICALS For Ihe best in tropical filh and oil aquarium lUppliei and repalri. 907 7lh Ave. S. Phono 327-5017 f f I I f f! -I of- local hanpeninat The Board of Directors of the f The meeting of the Lethbririge and District Laurel Chapter No. 43 of tho ers Pemmican Club voll meet' OEF be held in the Ma- in the club rooms on 9lh St. j sonic Hall at 8 p.m. Monday. at, 8 p.m. on Monday. All direc- AU visiting members are wel- ters are asked to be present. come, she's known, her is council in ;md rclircd Out., tJiaL is nn active in Ifl7i) after 10 years, She also sho'.s not. [lilting about lhc served as a deputy roovo on the world. She a dip every coiinly council in Pembroke, .second year; her List was lo Onl. ftusin. inlo her She laufiht in Killnloc, Itorlon i TV Region, The Ulhbndge Women's Pro- dian Menial Health Association Conscn-ativo Associa- llon noWmg its monthly at 8 wll host a membership tea the Grenadier Room of Hie mcollnB (ln Jloralay Marquis Hotel on Wednesday April 5 from p.m. Every- one welcome. A hake sale will held at the Sculhlnml Nursing Home on Thursday, April 12, commenc- ing at 2 p.m. Coffee and tea will be served. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth N'clson will be honored wedding anniversary uilh come and go tea, to be held in the Carmangay school leria, Sunday, April 9 from 2-5 p.m. Friends and relatives wel- come. No gifts, by request. lhc home of Mrs- p.m. and Admaiton, Onl.. until she i married Ernest Millar in 1917. After their marriage, (hey opened [heir firsl bakei'y in tlii.s community, moving lo larger I quarters in But as more bakeries moved Into Ihe area, the Millars looked for a way to supplement their revenue. They found it in soft THE BETTER HALF By Barnes Ptec nual meeting lhc Erickscn's Family Restaurant on April 24. SpeaJcer will be Ken Hurlburt. Milk River Belles 'n Beaux Square Dance Club dance on Tuesday at fi p.m. in the Erie Rivers school. M'omon arc asked (n plcaw; bring a All square dancers De; j drinks. They first moved inlo their field with their horse-drann bread wagons from Ottawa, 50 miles away. Business gnod. so they j opened a deal witli a soil-drink company to deliver 1M casos al a lime lo Ihem. Demand iruTL-nsc-d. and I he- Millars dtcidc-fl lo start holding the drink themselves. Their j c q u i p m e n t. a foot macliinp bought in 1928, filled bottles or-'j at a time. FAMILY tion of Uie Commu-! Now the bu.siness is a family lurch. welcome. MONTREAL (CP> Donna R. Huuualls. newly-appointed warden of Hoyal Victoria Col- lege, says she sees herself as a "smrogatc molhsr" in lhc resi- dence which is a "healthy place" for students to learn more nbout the problems of alienation and isolation. While women's residences fire a nec- essary parl of university life, she says, the future will sef more and more student com- munes. DO IT WHILE WARM Bone cooked chicken while the meal is still warm. Vlicn thr meat cooh, il becomes firm and adheres to the bones. HELP US TO HEIP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effecti CALL 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SiRVICl OR LEAVE AT 412 lif AVE. 5. ANNUAL MEETING NATIVE FRIENDSHIP SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA Lethbridge Friendship Centra 102 5lh Slrcel South WED., APRIL 5th 8 p.m. Election of Board of Directors Financial and Director Report Refreshments will be terved EVERYONE WELCOME "Hold It o second .My old status symbol is worn ouf The Facility Wivo.s Associa- The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Social Credit organ- ization will hold the regular monthly meeting, Wednesday nity College will mwt at R p.m. Monday, April n, at tho homo' of Mrs. Adelaide MacXcil, 2-127 aisi AVC. s affair. Katie is Recrclary-Lrcas- Visit homes NORTH VANCOliVKR. B.C. Dr. Y. Mcubiirn ORE at 2 p.m. in Ream 1 n[ Ihe; Chapter, v.ill hold Thirty liijjli .sclion! stu- civic ccnlrc. Hostesses tor the' spring rummage on Satur- dents 'handed afternoon be Mrs. F. Pen- day, April 8 nt. D a.m. in (he to Tiring a little sunshine- into ningtun Find Mrs, K, Uiciam. A all-purpose rixrni. Civic Sports Ihe lives of extended rurc Kood nllcndnncc is rcvjiicstcd. Cc-ntrc, niial patienls. They ;n'c purl of the VnlunUeis tor Seniurs pro- gram, serving rest homes ?nd ho.spital.s on the o r I h Shorn '.mil rncroalion prfjsnmis, c-n- tcrlninmnnl nnrl frirruJly visits. "They arc very faithful j more so limn some of our adult j says director Kay Crag. "Thc-y Invr the old peo- J j pie and thn old people love I CASH BINGO TONIGHT, O'CIOCK HUNGARIAN OlD TIMERS HALL A 5100 Blackout Bingo plnycd lor lill won every Saiurday plyl Jaikpots JACKPOTS NOW AND 5 Cards for or 25c 'Loculcd Twelve 7 Number Cnmos JACKPOT Gomri Prcrs Card) DOOR PRIZE Gold cardi pny doublo money CMIriron under 16 nol ojlawtd NOW YOU ARE FINISHED SCHOOL And Dpiire loo a Profcstlon WHY NOT BECOME A HAIRDRESSER We have 3 fully full lime imkuc- ireiei and we leach all priaset of beauty culture, harr slyling and culling, bleaching, tinting and permanent waving. You'll enjoy our new remodelled nntl nir-condilionccl ichaol. A proFenional hctiulician pcivs high- er them the in to mo and o priori it- nitinj are unfimflcrl, Aliicrlo Fill Oul thi, Coupon 5lh For Rrnuly School V S" I NAMC ADDRESS Low MonlMy Ti'ilion Claisci Sfarling Now Coplure fhor once 'n n lifetime poie now in nalurol color STEPHEN 9 yn. SCOTT 7 yrs. SONS of MR. ond MRS. JOHN STANLEY LETHBRIDGF ;