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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE IETHBRIDOE HERAID Thursday, December 9, 1971 Ann ers Ill I IIS. lleccntly you had a Idler in your ctilumn h-Din a man who said, "Too bad I didn't have the n d IM to I k it my wife's mother when I was courting h i I w mid 1 u kr rn where (hat girl was hciidif.g." I blluh i mi H it generalization. If it were true no box in his right miml would come within "10 feet uf me md 1 wouldn't blame him. My mother is insensitive, crude anil thoughtless. She mikes my father's life hell. This house hasn't hail a iiuod cleaning in 10 years. She doesn't cnok, she opens rans and delrosls. She cares rolhing ahoul heing -f hcmemaker, ,ri wife or a mother I made up mv tnmd years ago 1 would he nothing like her. I hope I Kr.e succeeded. If a boy wants to sec what 1 am NOT going t" be like in 20 years should look at my mtj'.hcr. I don't :iet-d advicr. I ju. 1 v.'arl to see this in Ihe paper, -Poles Apart. DEAR POLLS- Here's the advice you didn't ask for: In striving to he better mother. I hope you develop a little compassion and undcrslanding. You can use Therapy io Ice Cupades happy route of champion MONTREAL (CP) All it professional team to work with lakes today is some false; eye- j ar.d snappy productions as lashes and a little bit of makeup i Linda farhcnelio treks through and she's the .Mandarin's magic j Nonh America with tlte Ice Ca- ciiina doll. i padfs. Her roles include that ol Two years ago, it was all i the china doll. hard work for tho young lady j And whole Ihing starved who won the Canadian women's Cjiiiu' accidentally, Miss Carbo- figure skating championship. 1 nolto insists. Now there is more travel, a Impatient to walk at the lender P.KL> of six months, Linda damaged leg ligaments and had wwr braces from her knees lo lur tors. ''.My dad (a Canadian dipiu- was at the embassy in problems EDMONTON (CP) More at the time and heard 'abortions could be followed by j about children ivilli polio skat- more newborn deaths in Alter-: ing she said. la, says an Edmonton doctor. "T h a t's how it all got Tli3 number of women, espe- j i dally teen age girls, who have I Linda travelled with her par- I had more lhan one therapeutic cuts through Europe in the abortion is increasing rapidly, Dr. 11. ,1. Ostolosky, chairman early years of her life because her father was assigned to a of the Alberta Medical Araoci- j inmiber of places. ation's committee on newborn She returned to Canada in her mortality, said in an interview, teens and seriously knuckled Repeaters who get pregnant i down io skating at )6. She com- aro more likely to ha.ve prema- i pctcd in World, Olympic and lure babies because an abortion! Xorlh American competitions, reduces a woman's ability to j winning the Canadian title in "produce a healthy full term he said. j WAS CONFIDENT Dr. Ostolosky, also president! "Yes, T expected to win." she together on a trial basis lo learn if we were suited for one of Society of Obstetricians said. another. Ho said marry me in a year or so if we and Gynecologists of Albert "Bui even-on. were compatible. Now 1 have learned that he is seeing a much younger woman behind my hack. I consider this man my husband even though do no; have that piece of paper which makes it legal, should 1 go to the woman and tell her about us? Or should 1 sit (jiik-liy and hope he comes to his senses r.ri realizes he has a moral obligation to me? Please advice. ling My Time In Virginia. DEAR VA.: You aren't biding your time, you're wasting it. If this man is on you .VOW. what makes you Ihink he'd behave any better if you married to him? Invite Kornen to pack up and leave. A woman who wants marriage should net settle for a light-housekeeping arrange- ment for openers. IMF.AI; LAN'DERS: Even-one in my card club dis- agreed voih i ho who wanted IV.T husband to buried v.'ith hi> elasi-Ts OFF because she said death is like sleep, nnd people don't with Ihcir glasses on. If iicr is la be taken seriously, people slioiild also bo buried in their pajamas and nightgowns. print this for the benefit of those who might have taken her se- riously. Thank you. To Ashes. DEAR ASHES: Here's your letter and I agret- le expects to win said that as a result, more pre-1 when they go out on the ice. 1 i mature babies will be b o r n gave up a everything I "facing a rough road to survi-! had into it. i val.11 "Skating eight io 10 hours a Alberta's therapeutic abor- day. that's hard." lion rate was more than 10 As long as you can skate ade- i limes higher now than before: and do some dance i the last change in tho law in steps, anybody can be a profcs- mid-1869. sional, slie said. "We must aware of the Linda now is ineligible for kind of consequences which: cotnpetilive skating, hut that have to be anticipated in the does not matter. j future if women continue Travelling the year round, she i having a therapeutic short ion: considers the road her home. every year, or use abortion as: "It's a very exciting life." she a means of birth control.1 said. Dr. Ostolosky said a large "You get to travel, meet a lot number of teen ago girls ap- of different people. In that re- parcr.ily are using abortion as; sped it's fun, but sometimes it a means of birth control "and j can be Ion-some and tiring." Ihese are the ones we are real-' BLOOMERS ARE OUT Pacific Western Airlines stewardess Ursula Warnal displays red bloomers which formed part of PWA uniform until stewardess Sharon Gray got a pat on the backside from a passenger on o Vancouver flight. Jy worried about." These young girls could have Unlike some other skaters with the show who plan to stay a eonole of rears and then leave Frilly red- bloomers come off: stewardesses worft wear VANCOUVER (CP) Thcr pros and cons of frilly red i bloomers as part of an airline: stewardess' uniform difficulty carrying babies for; to get married, Linda has no the full nbc months in later, concrete plans. years they wish to raise she does decide to quit, j a family. Dr. Ostolosky said. she'll return to California for a "And if they can't, it will (theatre arts course in San Fran- j likely be due to their repeated Cisco, where she finished high early abortions.1' i schonl. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes ana out of- town mis .MOSSEY New president ''ve his own ger reached out and grabbed !1: moral standards or sensibilities her bloomers. "I client' know whether they were gdng to pull them she said "I hacked away, went to the back of the aircraft and to serve them.'1 and that the miiforni shoulc have clc-ared through a committee .set up under the col- lective agreement the Ca- nadian Airlines Flight Atten- dants' Association. PWA lawyer Duncan Shaw i Jcan a PWA Etew said Mrs Gray and co-worker j a and the un" p' Ursula Wania't, "look the law ion's contract chairman, said into Iheir own hfinds'1 by re- fusing to wear the uniform, w h i c h was withdrawn two some oilier girls had objected to the "bunny girl principle11 represented by the uniform and weeks after the incident. It in- addeti "lf lhat eluded white stetson and cow- klnd of you re going i boy bools and a mini-skirt. Set into trouble." i Mr. Shaw said the airline's i Bcv Alexander, stewardess order to its stewardesses to j supervisor for PWA. hands wear the bloomers was legili- hao' patted various parts of her mate ar.d refusal to obsv it anatomy from time to time and WINNERS AT O.O.R.P, TEA DOOR PRIZE: Eleanor Brantner CHRISTMAS CAKE Barbara Chakowski DOLL Emiiy Yorgans-in Mr. and Mrs. John Knocli will; celebrate their 25th wedding an-1 celebrate- their 50th wedding an-1 niversary Saturday, Dec. 11.1 niversarv Friciav with an open r. house for friends and acquain-i Ope" m" te held fOT j fauces from 9 to 12 p.m. in the! and relatives at 5926! 53rd St. Taber, from 7 to 9 p.m. No gifts, by request. Legion Half. No gifts, by re- quest Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Karl will Tile regular monthly meeting of Vasa Lodge No. will be held in the Scandinavian Hall im Sunday at p.m. Hos- tesses are sisters Myrtle Jones, Hilda Wilson. Kathy McLean, Doreen Revcsz, Betty Thomp- son. Debby Berry and Sandi Hegland. FOOD FRANCHISE COMPLETE NEW DINING FRANCHISE OPERATION in the East Koolenay for opening in spring of 1972. Operator required with limited finances and opportunity to purchase complete operation. Reply To Box 95, Herald JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday Evening, December 9ih Sponsored by Ladies' A'd of St. Peter and St. Paul's Church STARTS P.M. SHARP-PARISH HALL CORNER 12th STREET B AND 7th AVENUE NORTH Jackpot Starts at and is Wen Every Thursday 5th-7 No. Jackpot Pot o' Gold 2SC PER CARD OR 5 FOR 51.00 ALSO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZE Persons under 16 years not allowed ANN 1 like the "old fashioned !'lings'' of Chrislmas; A house lhat smells of pinc; kids with shinny eyes; mince tarts with boiled out edqes; crystal bowls filled with holly, and hordes of Contrarily, I like t h e "new far.hicned 1'iinqs" tl-.at tra- dition keeping possible; Auto- matic washers; clothes dryers; cleaning end dishwashers. Eon-Ion fabric1; for long hostess gowns, courtelle knils for slacks i and the easy care, but ele- gant look of sportswear. At Maxlne's, we keep the old fashioned tradition of ser- vice bul traditionally offer i the best in fashion clothes for i you. I THAT'S FASHION! ax me s lADiES' WEAR 314 7th St. S. 327-2331 The Salvation Army mil hold Ihn second ajimial open house, coffee and carols, Sunday at p.m. in the 13th St. citadel. Fellowship will be in the audi- torium, followed by a carol sing and program featuring tire Men- I nonite Brethren Church Choir j of Coaldalf. WOMEN! AN EXCITING CAREER AWAITS YOU AS A Medical Receptionist LEARN1 How You May Become a Medical Receptionist Through PROFESSIONAL TRAINING INSTITUTE HOME STUDY PROGRAM MAIL COMPirrtD COUPON TODAY A half hour of recorded mu- i sic will precede each perform-; ancc of the Singing Tree on 1 1 Sunday. Times arc p.m. and p.m. Mrs. Bob .son is chaii-man of the treas- I lire table, which will snjx-r- _ vised Sunday iifirrnoon by Tom I I-avcrs. and in the evening by Name Address Phone MAIL TO: Educ. I !Jn t'.'M fina Rm. 4, 1609A Contrc SI. N., Calgary 41, A'ln. Rcgislcrod under Ihe Trade School Regulations Aci in Saik.. Alia, and B.C. Bill Matheson. PRE-CKRISTiVUIS CKAIR SME OCCASIONAL CHAIRS SAVINGS FROM WHILE THEY LAST 20 TO HALF PRICE (INTERIORS) LTD. 912 3 Ave. S. Phono 328-5777 ;