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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta rr r Workshop planned in family dynamics A workshop In Family Dyna- mics will be presented by (he Lclhbrldgc Family Services and the University of Lcth- bridge, on Friday and Sntunlay of this week. The sessions will he held in the gymnasium of the Gait School of Xursinp residence. A wide variety of topics will be rlurinj; I ho pro- gram, ami speakers will he George Mann, Tony Miller, Wes Dasconi, I'c- ter Lonias and Mcnno BokH. The Friday program will in- clude discussion of family dy- namics, an overview; an ap- proach to Interviewing; Ihe posl pioneer family ami Ihc Mormon f.imiJy pattern. Saturday sessions will be on the family; cultural assimilation atnonji Canadian Orientals; and Kuropcan im migrant, groups. M the close of presentations informal groups wilt lie set up for discussion and general iileu exchange will) resource per tons and oilier participants. Thorn is no charge for tlic workshop, and all interested persons arc welcome to attend. For further information, please ccmUcl Mrs, Joan Puckctt al LeLhln-idfic Family Services, 327-5724. y, April 17, THE ICTHRRIDGE HERALD 1 (i nil .lend a r of local lit The re will be n nnimuip? on display inclntip rjinncr- at the (lolden Milo Senior v.arp. ornaim'nK. hjmpt, zens' 11 Si on r union Utjor prUr-. Saturday, April in. lit1 rlrauii. K I'OIIK1. St. Augustine's execu- tive council will meet p.m. on Tuesday in llx1 Bnin- CHEQUE PRESENTATIONS The Indies of the Odnr of llic Royal Purple recently presented a total of S6CO lo several worlhy organize] I ions which opera 1e in the cily. Receiving are cheques from ihe OORP are, left lo rght, Mrs. Isabel Wray (Heart Dorccn Mose (Associale Royol Mrs. Dcrolhy Roadhouie (Canadian Cancer Mrs. Frances Gardner (R-? Viabililalion for (he Ma rq a re I Rolli (Honor- ed Royal Mrs. Belly Anderson (Lelhbridge Associ- alion for ihe Menially F. C. Russell (Canadian Menial Health Mrs. Marlene Price (Districl Sisler M. Clarissa (Canadian Menial Health Retired RCMP officer says changes in law needed YWCA VICTORIA rcn police anrl Ihn courts arc handicapped in dealing will) the criminal in today's society at a lime when crime is i isinp; at an alarming rate, says W. II. Kelly, retired UCMP Deputy Commissioner. Mr. Kelly told n Viomen's Canadian Club meeting here lie would like to see on end lo laws that prevent an accused person from giving evidence that may incriminate him ns veil as an end to preliminary hearings. He also lo see the re- turn of the dealh penalty, par- f licuhrly for those who k J11 policemen or prison guards. "If necessary changes arc lo be brought Mr. Kelly said, "then the control of our criminal justice system must. not remain Ihc prerogative of the legal profession." The measure o[ a criminal justice system is whether or not such n system is meeting tlio desired objectives the de- terrence of crime, restraining those who might commit crime and the rehabilitation of those who have, said Mr. Kelly. "In my opinion, ive are trail- ing in all three." Some of Hi 13 forces v.-orking against (be police, lie said, arc restrictions placet! on ihcm in qeuslioniny a suspect, .some of the rules of evidence, leniency of sentence and the emphasis on rehabilitation of a crimi- nal as opposed to the security of the community. lie suggested preli in i n a r y hearings should be abolished because they serve no other purpose than lo ley out Ihc prosecul ion's case in all its strengths nnrl weaknesses be- fore the suspected person. Instead of preliminary hear- ings, Ihc court's lime could be used for interrogation of people who refused to give evidence. news i A special ilcm lo note this j i v.cek is tile commencement of Yoga classes. Dc.inne Dearinp lias returned from D.C. she has been studying Yoga and we are proud lo have IKT as our Yoca instructor. The nmv classes promise to! he exciling and will slarl on ITucsday Irom 8-3 p.m. a n cl I Thursday from p.m., 'for beginners. An advanced class will be offered Thurs- days from p.m. Anyone who has tried to play Ann Landers HAPPINESS IN TRIPLICATE-A lot of helping hands will be needed when M camos lo faking care of these triplels, born lo Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sugai of Raymond. Tlie babies were born on Thursday, April 6fh in the Lefhbridge Municipal Hospital. They are, leff to right, Debbie, 6 pounds; Dollie, 4 pounds, 14 ounces; and Jlmmie, 5 pounds, 12 ounces. The triplets ore ihe second set to be born at LMH. guitar will sympcilluve with Hit? Artalt Guitar C 1 a s s, which is trying to master the challenge of barr chords and fingtr pickinp. The class is progressing and just as a reminder, classes liave hccn cancelled for the next two until May il- Thc success of the inrloor- outtloor tennis instruction class has hecn fantastic. The courts soon be filled with lennia players from the YWCA's ten- nis clnss. Another successful program has been our molhpr and pre- school swim. Tliis class is de- signed to leach inolhors how to (each (heir children lo over- come a fear of the water, anri I lo teach basic suimnring (cell- j niques. Tliis is a special group just for Mora and Me. All oilier programs are as scheduled. If you are in- terested in any of the follow- ing, please contact the YWCA at 327-2204. Tiny Tots Creative M o v c- ment, Junior and Advancer! Gymnastics, Kccpfil and Swim, Yoga, Indoor outdoor tennis; Co-ed Volleyball, English, Synchronized Swimming, TAB groups at the Bowman Art Cen- tre and Ashgrove Aparlmenls, Guitar classes, Blue Triangles, V Teen and Junior Drama classes. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I've never writlcn lo you before but I've got to check with somebody to make sure I'm sum. If I'm in my right mind, a lot of people m this world arc crazy. Heccnlly, 1 adcnded n rock concert. I didn't know such madness existed until thai night. A pny gels up in fiirl's clothes, eye makeup galore ami a Ion of jewelry. He does a number he chops off a doll's head nnti sings a song called "Dead Babies." At the end of his act he hangs himself. That crappy show was a selloul. Twenty-liiousancl people screamed their heads off and applauded til! their hands were raw. I left after Ute fifth encore and I don't mind telling you I my cookies. What is there in people that mr.kcs them enjoy such sick stuff'.' Did they have it when yon were a Icen-agcr? What do you make of it. Ann'.' Peg In A Round Hole DEAR PEG: When 1 was a teen-ager there were a few horror films around, such as Frankenstein and Draeula. Hut NO didn't have the steady diet of violence tlie kids pet today in movies and ou TV not to mention a war in living color, even-' night on Ihe (i o'clock news. DEAR ANN LANDERS. U'haC shall I say to a close rela- tive who keeps asking me if she should have her face lifted? Teresa is in her late 40's and I think she looks fine. She hns a great figure, excellent laslc in clothes, and although her face docs have some wrinkles, she's pretty and I can't understand why she would consider facial surgery. To com- pound the mystery, slip's not. a career person computing in Ihe business world with younger unrnen. Teresa has a wonder- ful husband, a benulifuJ home and a nice family. The face lifting tiling lias hecomc an obsession Mith her. It's nil she lalks about, She- feels it would enhance hci- looks and give her a tremendous psychological boost. Every time sb-j asks me what 1 think tell her she's crnzy to consider it. I've seen KOIIIC women who looked better before they had Ihe operation. How can I talk her out of it? Out Of Words DEAR OUT; You can't, so don't try. Moreover, she's not looking lor advice, she is merely trying lo pel your approval. A Vioman who is obsessed with the idea of gettmp her face lifted will probably do it eventually. Her probelm sounds more emoiionnl than cosmetic. ijriL'k Koom. A soci.il will tol- low al 8 p.m. All v-Dinfii n! the parish arc ivelnjmiv I The will hold Hie regular e ami roujjJ dancing on Monday al !i p.m in St. An gusli lie's piirhh Hound practice at i p.m. AIL square dancers aie welcome. Women are lo please briny ,1 box lunch The regular meeting The Auxiliary to Sni'iric Ifospiials [in- Cripplril Ciiilr'ii'ii will be held on Tuesday al .1 2d p.m. at the home of MIT Mc-1 F e n s I a cl. ppnlhoii'e R audio Motor Hotel. Taj riiaptcr. Beta Phi, will meet at R p.m. on 1 Tuesday, at the home of Mrs. Eunice Kirr, 27W Avc Co i hostesses uill be Mrs. Sylviii Peterson. Mrs. Ard.vee V. ulson and Mi's. Shorrin Sarsfirld Tnu's guests will he Alpha Kp- silon. Warner. Ladies Aid of SL Pctt-i holriinp Iheir neM meeting this Tuesday, April 18 ;il the home nf K M.' Kramc. 3ih Avc. S.. Mrs. D. Uerlando will prt'SL'ntms Ihe evening's pro- i pram. Members arc also ro- minded lo hand in Ihoir banquet nionoy al Ihe meeting DRY CLEANING QUICK................ THRIFT................I BULK..............! C01N-OPERATED........i ...amr PER LD. BY THE POUND Minimum per order LEE DUCK DRY CLEANERS 330 13tli ST. N. PHONE 327-2770 Atlractivc salesman Now...the only Zenith Hearing Aid with DIRECTIONAL HEARING Zenith's new WESTWOOD "D" "selecls" Ihe sounds you want to hearl The sm-jffest hchmd-iht-pAf hearing aid rnakti- yel il can listen" lo the sounds VOL: want to and "innore" ihosn you Han't! Il enhances sounds Iron 1hc (rout nntl r.oirnds 'rom ih in.Tr. Designed for noisy siiuniions, like crowded sociril galhnnngs. Entire unit weighs less lhan ouncn. SEE AW> 7RY THE WEW WESTYVOOO DIRECflCHAL AT LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. 715 PARAMOUNT THEATRE DIDG. Phono 328-1080 or 327-2272 OTTAWA fC'IM Suzanne S a n n cl c r s. an aKrsctive 25 I year-old blonde, traded in her I Kpcwriter for a snowmobile 18 months ago. She began selling i (lie winter-time machines, j After only one season she's a j lop salesman for Ottawa i firm and the sales manager of i the- winter-time machines. CustoniL-r reaction hns hoen one nf occasional surprise but she gels few complaints find her prcMMicc been known to sootlic even the most irate cus- i lomnrs. j Miss Saundcrs s precon- liavc chatificd since shr began her sales career. "It no longcj' only black-lentlicr-jacket gang rufli- ans who arc cyclists, Teachers, studenls and housewives are buying hikes as well." Miss SiiutuEcrs is an acrnm- plishcfl motorcycle and snow- mobile driver her.scilf. Ilor .salesmanship shows when she says; "I've even got my falhor riding a mini-bike." Another woman lo mcei suc- cess in the competitive world of OlUiwa is Denise Scully. Miss Scully Mas greeted wilh "giggles" by her fellow car Falosmen she first walked into the showroom. ATTEND THE AU NEW A.N.A.F.-UNIT 34 COR. Slli AVE. ond 6th ST. S. TUESDAY, APR. 18th 8 p.m. IN THE CLUBROOMS First 12 Games Firs) Cord _ Olheri 25c each Is) No. Jackpot (increase S10 weekly) 2nd No. Jackpot (increases weekly) BLACKOUT IN 53 NUMBERS OR IESS Extra S Games Cnrds 25c each or 5 for All regular gnmei pay double if won in 7 or less MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS BINGO RAINBOW HALL 5lh N TUESDAY, APRIL 18lh at 8 p.m. First Jockpol 550 in 53 Not., 2nd Jackpol in SE Not. free and Garnet, 25t per 5 Cardj SI.00 3 Free Da i Door Prize No Children Under 16 Yeais Sponsored by A U.U C. Asiocioliort PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upslaiti; EVERY THURS.-B p.m. Monday, Apr. 17th JACKPOT NOS. 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