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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 HERAlD Tuetdoy, April 1973 Smgfers seminar held in Calgary The Pastoral Institute of Calgary is sponsoring a week- end seminar for single men and on the male-female mystique. The program v.ill be held in Riverview United Church. April 28 and 29. and again in St. Stephen's College in Edmon- ton, May 5 and 6. The seminar, conducted by, DOROTHY PWNE conducts seminal- Dorothy Payne, will feature a variety of programs relating to single, divorced and widowed people, and will include a lock at social stereotypes roies Mrs. Payne, a graduate of Princeton Theological Seminary' and Xew York Theological Seminary and anthor of Women Without Men. will offer guide-1 lines in better understanding of a new phenomenon of 20ih century North America angle person. According to Mrs. Payne, the number of single people is in-, creasing rapidly. The single person, she says.. "is often well educated, lives alone in an efficiency apart-, ment. seldom knows the per-! son nest door, is often dying j emotionally ar.d spiritually, "and needs to be needed. There is a desperate need for all people to turn from self to others." Mrs. Payne ex- plains, ''and this need provides a unique opportunity for the single person, in an age which is opening its doors to single people for the first time. singlet- should realize that he or she does have a chcice that their life-style does not have to be dictated by society and that thev must have the courage to discover i who they are as individuals. I wcr'.d badly nesds use- i ful she says, and "the ?insle pei son cften has wore j time, money and emotion to de-! vote to projects than does their married counterpart.'' i J.Irs. Payne will devcte part' of each session to discovering! Lie unirue and worthwhile val- j lies inside each person, the acccimanying rich store- houses of unused potential yet to be released Singlers. clergy, counsellors, frmi'y life educators and others interested in the seminar are invited to get in touch with Russell Beairsto of the Pastor- al Institute. 329A 6th Ave. Calgary. Preregistraticn is re-, quired. IODE sponsors tea and show BILL GROENEN Many interesting and varied ceramics will be avail- able for viewing and purchase at the second annual ceramic end tea to be held from 1 to 9 p.m. Thurs- day in the Pemmican Club rooms. The Dr. F. H. QBE Chapter, IODE will sponsor the show, and will bs in charge of the raffle of the ceramic soup tureen, vase, cream and sugar and matching plaques whxh are shown absve. Pictured are left to right, Jim Axford wilh a silver tankard, Nancy Axford vssc, and Mrs. Kay Cran- stoun, regent of the chapter. Housing demands critical Dieting Bi MARSHA DUBROW cause ill tension NEW YORK (Renter) Die.ing may produce serious psj-chological troubles, saj s ore of the v.-orld's leading au- thorities on eating problems. In a new book published here, psychoanalyst H i I d e Erueh sa'-s: "Manv women XI Iota Chapter. Beta Sigma j going Phi. will m2et tonight at sports KERBER FLOORS Walt wall broadloom linoleum and vinyl sheet goods and tiles 1251-2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-0023 OTTAWA (CP) The war- baby boom has rolled into the 1970s like a tide and housing has been one of the victims. Al- bert Fish, president of the Ca- ncdian Real Es.ate Association, says. The thousands of babies barn immediately, after the Second V. crld now are of an age to merry and buy homes. Mr Vish said here. "Tin's increased demand, coming on tcp of an alreany critical supply situation, has PUEIICU the pncs of housing to highs in most areas of Can- ada." Mr. Fish said Canadians aged 22 to 26 represent 1.9 million, almost 10 per cent, of Canada's population of 20 million. Mr. Fish was addressing 250 j the school activities program make a fetish of being thin and follow reducing diets without awareness of or re- gard for the fact that they can do so only at the price o-f con- tinuous strain ar.d tension and some degree of ill health." Dr. Bruch, who has treated people with eating problems for some 40 years, adds: f I f I alenciap or local ha I i 11 to the support of day. Teachers and the par- at the home of Mrs. J. Mach-1 ents are invited to attend this alek. 1LS4 25th St. 1C. :.Irs. K. Erdmarm v.ill be cchcstess. The program will be presented by Mrs. Eva Mercer. meeting, as as everyone interested in baited goods. Tau Chapter. Beta Sigma Phi- will meet tocigiit at 8 at Gilbert Paterson Horns and tha kwx. of Mrs. Pat Pittard. School will hold a general meet- 2713 lotl1 Ave. N. Cohcstess will ing Wednesday at p.m. Mrs. Carolyn Tucker. AJ There will be an election of of- program on travel will be pre- j ficers, a slide presentation of' serited by Mrs. Judy Corbett, j Mrs. Eunice Kirr and Mrs.! representatives of real estate boards and associations at end of a week-long conference. ard awards committee report. A bake sale will also be a part of the evening with proceeds CIL wants you to get this special decorating record. Changing your scene is easy. With CIL paint and the help of a special record, prepared by the CIL Color Studio, that teils you all about the basic principles of using color. This exciting offer is only available from your participating CIL Dealer, so see him now. Look for the window banner thit identifies your particioaimg CIL Paint Dealer. Delia Pearson. The beginners' square dance j group will dance Wednesday p.m. at St. Patrick's eiementery school in Tabsr. V.'omen are asked to please bnng a box lunch. This is be- i ing held in conjunction v.ith the recreation department. The Ladies Aid of St. Peter and St. Paul's Greek Cathoiic i Church will hold its regular meeting tonight at 8 in the parish hall. Hostess is for the evening will be Mrs. Albert :Giil and Mrs Xick Koskovrich. The Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens Organization, af- fJio.ed with ihe national ar.d I picvincial oraanizniian. will j meet Wednesday at p.m. in the all-purpose rosm at the civic centre. Plans will bs final- for the annual banquet and i ov er important plans arnounc- I unch ard entertainment vill fol'ou. Translation as .Members are asked to rncrd. New members and having permitted themselves to eat adequately, they are unaware of how much cf their tension, bad pcsition, irritabi'ity, and ina- bility to pursue an educaiioiial or professional goal are the direc' result of chronic under- nutrition The cost in nerves and effi- ciency is impossible to nsssss. the German-born author s in her book. Eating Disorders. "It produces serious psy- chological tensions for a woman to feel compellad to be thinner than, her natural makeup ar.d s'yie of living de- wri.es Dr. Bruch. a faculty member of the Baylor University col'ege of medicine at Houston. Tex. She stys that when some elegEfltly-shaped vomeii ssek medical help for such prob- lems as chronic depression, listlessness or fatigue, they are often given prescriptions for tranquillizers. w hen square meals a day would be a more logical treat- The psychoanalyst notes that much is said about the weakness and self-indulgence of overweight peoole. But she writes of the "selfishness self-indulgence in a life which makes one's app-arance the' centre of all values.'' She adds that some women may control their weight but treir new slim figure and dis- in it has achieved for tfaam." Sna has observed three out- comes for people who reduce expecting their lives to change without first having inner emoiional changes. The great majority will lose some weight and then sud- denly give up and gain, oi'cen overshooting their former For ethers the stress of strenuous diering and new ex- pectations may piove too much, and sarious emotional ''even frank psycho.ic may de- velop. The third group are "fat thin people'' who succeed in staying thin, but whose prob- lems are no" solved. '-On the contrary, their dif- ficulties now have a chance to nourish, since the ugliness of being fat no longer prevents them from putting their un- realistic dreams to the still resemble fat people with all their unsolved pioblems. conflict, and exag- gerated expectations. Only they no longsr show their Brazilian parents want babies back YWCA activities In these days of threatening i inflation with high prices for everj'thing it would be nice to go back to the old iive- and-dima stores, penny candy remain displeased with their lives. as fied them, v.hat they thsv are food never satis- never gave them really wanted, so dissatisfied with No bras burned in anger By BOB MONROE NEW YORK (AP) Foot- note to history; department of bra burning. Question: Did any feminist ever burn a bra in protest? Answer: The record shows at least ons bra burned and another slightly smoked. Why the queslion? Well, leaders of women's liberation say no bra was ever burned h anger, that it has become a symbol meant to demean a movement with a serious pur- pors. "It never happened." said an er'i or at Ms., the feminist magazine. "Ncbscy ever burned a bra thLt I knov? said Bst'y Frledan, a leader of the Na- tional Organization of Women, adding that she thinks the v.hole thing is a product of the media's imagination. The common assumption is that bra burning bsgan v.ith demonstrators outside Con- veclion Hall in Allan'ic C'-ty during {he 1P68 Miss America contest. That apparently is fake. TBASH, NO ASH Women's Lib pickets pro- testing the pageant talked of a "symbolic bra burning.'' Btit reporters who covered the event say the demonstra- tors eixkd up throwing bras, girdiss and hair cur'ers ia a trash can." One reporter recalls a picket preparing to barn a bra by lighting newspapers in a wastebasket. But the papers were barely singed before po- lice pat out the fire. The bra was slis'rtly smoked The one authenticated bra burning teak place in Okla- homa Cky during a rlsmor- sfcration in conjunction with the 1970 national Women's Liberation Day. Rose, secretary of a YWCA branch and an organ- izer of the loca? protest, S3t a bra to flames. She also acci- dentally ignited a small patch of grass and a cardboard box of underwear that was to hsve besn burned later. ard all the pleasures that could be bought for under a dollar. Well this week the Blua Tri- angles and Y Teens will yen have a lot of fun for just a few cents. j All sorts of games, booths. disp'avs and refreshments will be offered at a penny carpi- I vr 1 to be held at Wilson Junior Hish. tonight from to 9. j This promises to be a pood time j for young and oM alike. And I at a stmll admission of five 1 cents, what more could you ask? For thase of you who like the thrill of a 'talent show, Fleetwcot'-Bav.xlen B'uc Tri- angles is having an action-pack- ed shew Wednesday at 7 p.m. zi the school. Scrips, dprcing and a fash- ion show will be presented by the pirh with the of the a demonstration of There's lots to see. Support thass Employers exploit servants LOXDOX 'AP) One Otf Bi Stain's leading Sunday news- papers rcpsrts some Philippine who came here as ser- vants arc foing forced by their employers to work long hours for low pay. Crfia Hscdon. writing hi the Sunday Times, the girls EIO "easily irishieriC'i by of deportation ar-d 03 where 1o turn im- jf ihcy wish to chance their jch-." nn cV'C1; on 1he fgfr.cics eiiJif-r in this cjunlry or in the Philinplre'. which la-'t year mru-'ied l.fiOO girls to here scr- ants iTievilahly 1he system abuses said Hie Prr.hppine giiJs veic made to hours. pay Jhal "wwald no1 hf Iterated by Engbsh girls Aliss Haddon tiled the of a girl who ran away af'rr work- ing fifiou: pay and Jou.'.d bnnted and shs'king i-i a telephone baolh Tne report {.aid others fared better, rcceiv- as much a -.'.-cek and board. j babies back. i Tne scandal was discovered by the interrogation of a Swed- ish widow who acted as agent for Swedish couples in 19 adop- tiors of Brazilian children. So far, federal police say they have uncovered more than 30 cases of babies were or simply handed over 1 for to European foster parents. The police have set a 130-day limit to complete investi- j gaiions. working from a list civen ibem by Jbr Swedish widow. Elsa Karlsijn. before allowed 1o fly Stock- bo! in- As netvsoapers here published pjctures five export bsbies r.oir Jivine in Swo-en. Brazilian Jshorcr Manor! Fe-reira de asked pcJice to pciition the eovcruwsnt to press ihc Swedish government for Ihe re-, turn of his year-old son. He signed away ibe tey. Aloises. for adoption ?ix morilhs ago. Giber parents u-bo have banded oier cbildren sloctd out-, the dfice of federal police Inspodor Carlos Afeerto Gar-1 cia. ti-ho JiKxis the official in-! quirj-. cTjinR. want our! babies bads." In rrnc case being in- vestigated, an unv.-od nwrther sold her rJauphlcr for 390 cru-1 ZCJT-OS '.Vifli while anrtJier im- poverished molljer simply signed a document anr] tc-W the adoption ajvnl. sure she goes abroad." I HELP US TO HEIP OTHERS! 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