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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta .Wednesday, Ap.i] 12. TKI lETHRRIDGI IIEPAID SPRING Anne Campbell Singers and Teen Clefs under the direction of Anno Campbell, Ml, will be presenting a concert, Spring Sing, on Sunday al 3 and 6 p.m. at flie Yafes Memorial Cenfre. Wayne Barry and Buryt Clark will be masters of ceremonies, A public re- ception will follow the evening performance, and will be convened by Mrs. Walter Robinson, assisted by Mrs. P. GiesbiDcbt- Ann Landers Family planning now respectable CONFIDENTIAL TO DISAPPOINTED IN ALABAMA: There is no way I can prevent other writers from lifting material from my column and passing il off as Ihcir own. it's happening more and more. DEAH AXX LANDERS: I jusl rend (he IcUer from "Mum" who complains that her two beautiful daughters don't, have any dales because they are (all. She said nil the tall Etiys are laJvt'i) by the ''sa wed-off, runty and she thinks it's a dirty shame. I happen lo he a girl five feel (all and dale a lot. short boys as well as tall ones. It doesn't make any difference lo inc. I have observed that many tall girls arc popular, so maybe "Mum's1' statuesque beauties have rollen personalities to go with their beautiful faces. Tell her, will you please? Happy Pec Woe DEAR HAPPY: It would be a waste of lime. If love is blind, mother love is also deaf and dumb, DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'm consumed with curiosity nbout a guy kept liis eyes open when he kissed. It was a girl wlx) wrote and she couldn'l figure out what be was looking al. It bothered her. You were unable to provide au adequate answer. What I'd like to know is this: How come she caught him? What was she looking al? And what was his reaction when his eyes mel hers? After J rend thai column I decided to do an experiment. 1 opened my eyes in the middle of a kiss and it killed everything, t don't recommend it. in Opelousas, La. DEAR OP: The things people reveal through this column Is a constant source of amazement even to me! Thanks for DEAR ANN LANDERS: I've been looking al your picture In the Salt Lake Tribune for a long time and I just figured out where I know you from. II nit me all of a sudden. My memory took me back to World War Two. You worked as a Bedouin belly dancer under Ihe name of Fat the troops through North Africa and Italy. You weren't fal but the nnmc was a catchy one. Obviously you snagged a fellow named Landers and your native intelligence has carried you (ar. Ilcarliest congratula- tions. Any girl who can make it from Ihe night cluh circuit Ihe newspaper business, I take my hat off C. M. DEAR W. C. M.: Keep your hat on. You've Rot the wrong number. DEAR ANN A few days ago someone told me lhat Ihe sister o[ a good friend of mine had died I immediately sal down and wrote a sympathy note. This morning I learned thai I had been misinformed. My friend's sislur is very much alive and no one seems lo know where the rumor started. feel like n fool. Please tell me to do. Should I apologize, keep quicl, or what? Too Sympathetic DKAR TOO; Drop your friend another nnln nntl Icll her you were misinformed. If she has a sense of humor you might paraphrase Mark Twain's famous "The news of your sister's death was greatly exaggerated Telephone operators people loo .1KAN SHARP Women's Editor In IlNi.1? i( becaimi Icf.al in Canada lo sell, to use, lo talk about contraceptives. The family planning asso- ciations thai had worked for Uuit change hccanie, as one memhcr put H, "instantly re- spectable.'1 Now, they as- sumed the, work would begin of spreading the word about birth control and how Lo practise il. A Cross-Canada Survey by The Canadian Press indi- cates the word is spreading slowly, though an assortment of people are working on il. A recent search by I lie de- partment, of national health and welfare located 2G family planning clinics operated by local health units, 22 hospital clinics and 1C run by volun- tary agencies. There arc ser- vices available in some gen- eral health units. fn addition to clinics there are information and referral services, most of them run by volunteers. Education campaigns tak- ing varying approaches are put on by all concerned. Most family planning ser- vices arc in urban areas. They advertise rarely if at all and in most cases wait for (lieir patients lo find them. Typically, family planning clinics arc open only part time. Attendance varies. The health unit in Osliawa, Onl., may close its clinic for lack, of customers. An Ottawa- Carlcton clinic and a Mon- treal maternal hygiene clinic both have about 20 patients a week. Response lo a Tlegina program begun in July is slow, hul a spokesman says this is norinat for a new pro- gram. Nurses with I li e maternal and child health departtncnl in Toronto arc given training in the subject, so they can talk to the people they visit. The department also oper- ates a clinic in co-operation with Toronto General Hospi- tal. Patients average 32 on the one night a it's open. Patients must In? elder lhan 10. They are examined and advised on what birlli control method would suit them best. If pills are pre- scribed lor a patient who cannot pay, she is given Ui cm. Similar clinics are run by hospitals, private agencies or governments in most prov- inces. Newfoundland and Ihe Northwest Territories have one each. Prince Edward Is- land has none. CHEF, ITALIAN, FRENCH, CATALINA .8 07.. hoitlo lor coarse gins Secrets of the modelling; world will he laid bare for j women of all ages by profes-, sional model Elisha Rasmus- sen, Mrs. Hzisnuissen, who Is i caching the course, says it will EMS1IA KASMUSSEX "touch on all aspects of model- ling, including stage, TV, rock and photographic. Posture, hair care and make- up will also he covered pretty comprehensively, she said. Classes will be held in the Family Y, commencing tomor- row at a p.m. All interested women are in- vjicd lo nltond. Businessmen difficult customers OTTAWA (r'f'l II c-nn hr rn.iy lo Ihrrc's -n person behind that telephone oyirrn lor's voices Aiul happens, there's not much an operator can tin about il re- cent smoulder. "People, really don't think sometimes when thoy says Gisolc MacMillan, n 29-year-old loll operator for FJcll Canada. "I think mon arc more iin- patient. Mnyhc hccausc they're 50 user) lo having ev- erything done for tlinm." She recalls one man fi- nally answcircrt the- phone in a pay hoolh whon the operator called back to colled Ihn diinc he "lie couldn't pol out of Iho bootli. lie thought, hecausc ho, hadn't Riven her (he dime, that she'd looked the door on him." Mroic ('ook, 23, a directory operator, finds some callfTs impatient. "Wlicn you work face In face with people, they're a lot friendlier and a lot more hyp- ocritical, says N'icolp. "On Ihe phone they don'l care. I think they would if (hoy could see mo search." The job has Ftrict proce- hook with eyes, turn book to cut noise ami tfnjn speed, always repeat new numbers given, ahvays use ruler to alipn name and number, never leave hoard lo go to washroom without sic- nailing the supervisor anrl no smoking. Louise Allai'l, 13. has boon an operator for four months while awaiting word on lier application to teachers' col- lege. "ncinR an operator is rhc most iotcrcsting job in Ihfi world. Aficr n day's wni-k ynir hate it. but if you have In RO deep down, it's really not so bad. "I can'L say I've ever cut anybody off, but it's not lo- calise T liaven't wanted to. I rion'f know whether I hey ex- pect, some m aching 1 ike ro from me, or U'hnl." TLMID TO IHtKATin; CaroJe BenncK, a two- year veteran of the swilcli- hoard, says: "Somelimcs it's so Inisy you can hardly breathe hetwecn tlic Recently married, Carole expects "lo work for admit three or four yo.irs before I lo have a family ''Besides, it brings in HTOIT money ond I wouldn't know what else to do at home all alone. "Somn dais you dnn'l frnl like cominf" in nt same as in any job. But hern nobody rise can rlo your job. Another girl cnn't take 120 calls in half an hour. Von can'L take days off. You can't be sick. You've got lo there." Diane Lalomlc, 20, a loll op- erator for nine months, thinks "it's really important for a woman lo work.'' ''I want to have as much re- lation lo Uio outside world1 as my husband would. T want In ftliolish that ujiole generation ttiat says you stay home be- cause you're a woman." Who arc Diane's most diffi- cult customers? "Musinessnicn anrl let's say Ihose women who arc de- pressed. When you're working nights, Ihcy'rc drunk or de- pressed. 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