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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta f THI UTHBRIDGI HWALO It, 197J Winnie Ruth Judd paroled: living under assumed name PHOENIX. Ariz, f AP) The major -worries facing Winnie Ruth Jucd today are her lemon tree survive the frost ar-d her rs-o dogs. A year ago. Mrs. Judd better known as Arizona's trunk murderess of the '1930s her niain concern whether she going to get out of the Arizona staze n time for the holidays. She -as released on Dec. 22. IS71. "When she stepc-ed from the prison in the middle of the night, Mrs. Juod ended 40 years srert behind bars, in a inerita! i-stiiuilon or as a fugitive. just m time tor Cnristmas, she arrived at the Danville. Calif., home of Dr. and Mrs. John Blemer. for she had during part of a seven- f year escape.' The couple had I promised her a job if the parole -ss-as granted. i Since then. Mrs. Judd rxrs- S3, has been living quietly in a I cottage near the Burner's larg- er home. She is known as Mar- i ian Lane, the name she used i the first time she lived with i the California couple. Tbe saga of Winnie Ruth Judd began Oct. 17. 1931 in a duplex apartment in Phoenis. Judd has contended steadfastly over the years that the shooting deaths of her friends, Agrees Aiase Leroi and Hedvig Sarnuelson. acci- dental Tne bodies of the two v railroad agent opened two trunks at a Los Angeles sta- tion. Tbe bodies bad been dis- membered. calendar of local kappet. however, were foucd when a THE BETTER HALF By Barnes ''if the ccvenfure bug did bite him, Stanley would rouse just long enough to swot it." The Women of the Moose No. 328 hold a regular meeting Ttiescav preceded by a Christ- mas dinner to be held at the Majorette Cafe at p.m. There 'will be an exchange of A turkey gxysored K the Specasso Youth Club, will be held a: 3 p.m. Wednesday in St. Patrick's Church hall j There will also be a sale of j crafts. Everyone is welcome, j The Social Credit coasatuec-j cy of East bold I an annual meeting at 3 p.m. j Jan 10 is the civic centre, for j ar election cf officers and the! selection of delegates to attend j the leadership coe The general meeting of fee Original Pensioners and Senior Citizens will be held Wednes- day from 2 D.m. to 4 o.m. la the civic centre. EstertairL- ment will be provided and a special Coristmas lunch serv- Morning-after pill still under attack THERE'S A BEAUTIFUL WORLD AT THE COSMOTIQUE A PANTOMIME TIME The Old Who Lived In A Shoe is the pantomime this to delight the hearts cf young end' old. Rehscrsing ct the Jclljffe Accc'srrry cf Dendr.g ere from left, Albert Azzcrc, Lindo j oh risen end FronSc Fsctherstone, Kirk Jensen front ens' centre. The show .run ct the Yctes Merncrisl Centre ecch evening Dec. 26 through 29, with en additional marines on Boxing Dcy. shots By JEFF CARRUTHERS Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA A therapeutic abortion is likely indicated should dietaistilestrol used as tbe "morniag after fail and the woman be- comes pregnant, tbe federal ad- visory committee of noQ-govern- Ejeot experts on oral con- traceptives reportedly con- cludes in a separate chapter on DES in a draft of its report for the government. And patients treated with DES as the "monung after to counteract unprotected acts of sexual intercourse, should clearly be informed by their doctors about tbe desir- ability of an abortion should the treatment fail, the draft report not working increases consider' ably. The general fear about DES is its suspected effects on unborn. Cases have been re- ported in the U.S. ia which women treated with large doses 'of DES, to allow them to con- tinue their pregnancy, nave given birtfa to femsJe 'offspring who later in life have developed j a rare form of vaginal cancer. I As a result of such reports, Canadiaaa health officials warned that DES should not bt used on pregnant women. Experts are conversed that any foetus that survives a DES j "morning after" treatment I would have been ezoosed to I high doses of DES and might suffer after-effects later in life. qa> report estimates that per- f ve cwmaoted putfc? fasrs sz of 2 MO not iih DES face a pas- sibie failure of the technique One expert suggests this; woald amount to perhaps two or three cases a vear in Canada, on the other hand, f or all of te ice anafl nsk to m- DES trestrcect involves doses" of 50 milli- each, for five ccn- tbe cases fa DES does secutive doses, according to Dr. vrorz as a "rscming after i Fitraceit, ciairmsp of tbe the advisory committee COG- departraent of obsetrks and eludes there" does not seem to gyseccSogr at the University of be asv medical reasocs for Ontario and a member DES no? to be used in this fash- i of federal advisory com- :Cn. iauttee on oral contraceptives. Ore ezpert adds that he be- has aiso recectly bees lieves isfn? DES in this f asMoa I suspended ia Canada f or use as I! Secretaries own spokesmen fisars unliberated president By JUDY LOIESEUD York Times Service Salaries, Mrs. Billon survey, tbe nsgcisr. income could be better. top levei; is S.OjO 2 year. "Bis heard 'secretary should get 'at least'of some vbo earn she NSW Margaret r-ff, --'V "vw ni-COiujJIS i-C iiten LS a Alan there for you. You appreciate expensnced end well rrcin-sd rnetidcni end good service a sslecflcrs top cuclity ncmss in end The Cosmstique yow thct. c53- end :DiBcn man with a gracious rrranser. B sonrhers and an easy smile that makes cr-e think she is a compkte strainer to ar.ger. Thai is, until she starts talking about tbe women's liberation i i w y i i i il j "We jest do not appreciate I said Mrs. DiHos, speaking in her capacity as president of the Xatksnal Secretaries Assoc- I Ucon, a iSJXiO-raeinber izafea representing a prcfes- I sioa that of the American sec- i retary that has become some- I thing of a "cause ceJefcrre" ir. tfae wotnenrs movement. I "We just do not feel we're subservient or pat down." the silver-haired DiHon in an later in the Anseri- casa Hotel the other day dcriiig j a break ia a iesdership cocfer- ence was attendaig. "We i fee! we're a progressing profes- j sion, and that we're definitely I not discriminated against. And we also feel we're perfectly c a p a b I e of being ou- I spokeeajen, sicoe we know first- I hand what secretaries think I are their problems, and their: BINGO RAINBOW HALL sth AY.. N. TUESDAY, DKEMBER 19th ert 8 p.m. first Jsikpet In 56 Not. Jaikpet in 57 Frse end 251 Cord, 5 Cards SI.00 11 GAfASS ABE TUKKFf UNGO-DOOR PPIZE-TURKEY 3 Corner Door No eiiildrtn Under 16 Ytcrs Sponscred by For of tfiij ail remoining Bernard stock Price WATCHES, RINGS, ETC SANDY'S JEWELLERY 304 end 305 St. 5. Phone 327-4425 It has also "Sees learned that nians of trace aiaoiSKs of DES members of the advisory com- might remain is meat sold Trhich hopes to have its'. is stores. final report to the government j pr. Plcikeit the early in tbe New Year. Public concern abcfjt DES and :or nubUcadcn in tbe depart- i the "morning after pill" as -etit's Hz Bulletin for doctors a ''tempest is a in "srch or Arf-rH. is now that perhaps two or cccs-iderir.? issiiiEg 23; three women treated with DES L-.terim rec-ort on DES specific- i Casaca in a year might have the trsatrsent fail. Such an htenn report could i Dr. PInnket also described be Dubllshed as "earhr as DES 85 a "poor, form of cot> Jaruar? sxi would be in re- adding that it does sponse'to the cccsfderable pub-1 work as a "morning after piU" lie interest recently in the use K ard dangers associated with DES ss a "moraisg after piU" in Caries.. Is reporisSy'; beisg given to some female sru-: dents "en .cnhrersiiy campuses I Canada, sot officially approved; at. use of "DES is' so be an effective i after pST if taken 19 KllUfiin to 72 hours after an TEprotected f DilvW W seztal act. After that Mon., Dec. 18th JACKPOT NOS. "20 AlAKM Gold Cord Fay Double Cords (Meny wctrosj Regular Cords 25c or 5 for 5! 13A St. cmd frth 'A' N. No children under 16 pens suggest the danger of it PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS UTHBRIOCE EIK5 LODGE ROOM (Upctoirs) EVERY p.m. i Madame Rochas: around a great perfume 6 creations for bath and body is. ve're not ir> j happy." i Last iSarch, secretarks gad J sserafaers of fee National Or- I ganizatioB for Women joined in S jBcketlnj? the Olivetti ticn on Park Avenue for "shew- ing secretaries ir a very Tg manner' in thei AVON HAS 33 PRODUCTS ON SALE AT LESS THAN '2 PRICE including MoJsturt Skin So Soft Oif, Dew Prolem Products and marry OFFER EXPIRES DEC. 11 Phone yowr Avon lady today or 323-7424 i i i 8 Body Cream.........4 oz. Bath and shower ge! 6 oz..... Foam bath cream.....4 oz..... Dusting Powder 6 oz..... Soap' .............from Talc'.......................... not shown on the iliustraricrt PARFUMS ROCHAS-PARJS to Come Explore The Wonderful World Of Beauty Af The COSMOTIQUE 305 6th St. S. Phona 328-1212 I The secretary has also been the saoject of many fercsist I speeches, in which movement .leaders have labeiSed secretar- U! work; "mind- I retting" aivi I Alarnsed bj this tempest in a typewnteTj the N5A cotnmis- j sioTifid a nationwide survey of secretaries by Inc., i Mrs. DilloB said, and the re- i salts are included in the faer issue of the group's The I Secretary magazine. i It shows, among other things, that the average secretary L; not I a doesn't fee! like a i prefers to Ms.. respects her boss, believes she i can advance into management, and wrjuld rather have a. Qariat- i mas bonus than an office party. "It isn't beneath us to help Mrs. Dillon asked sbw.t they are often asked to do such thinjp as go for coffee, buy the boss's 'jcife 3 Crvriatni'ss pres- ent, or type his children's term papers. "It's not a matter of being 3 she said, "but of working with ywr employer. AM it's not a major part rrf the work it's just UKRAINIAN GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH BINGO, TUESDAY, DEC. 19th 8 P.M. JACKPOT IN 59 NOS. JACKPOT 4 CORNERS ONLY UP IVfRY WEEK 5 CARDS 25e PfR CARD 76 yn- Dtteilt Comer T3th St. end 7rh N., Doors of 7 AHENTION! tt RC <5f TV srrwlf for us. fr, fcsr, wt bus not alwayi Book now for Christmw ond New Yeor't! GEMINI BEAUTY SALON (Formarty Chrit' 706 3rd A ye. 5. 327-2079 SIMPSONS-SEARS SEWING MACHINE RENTAL Lots of to do? A wedding A to end Sow with a KENMORE ZIG ZAG from Or Drop In At Simpsons-Sears, Centre Village Mall For Complete Women's Liberation! I? you sincsreiy went to prove thct worn-en ecn seii as cs end you hcrve sales abfliry, a Seeding Motors deciership in wc'jlc' tntcrestsd 5n two Icc'ies for voconeies for REPRESENTATIVES for CAR and TRUCK SALES EQUALITY IS HERE! Write your own pay ckequa yog spply to Box 141, Herald A.N.A.F.- UNIT 34 5th AVI. and St. BINGO d St. TUESDAY, DEC. 19th at 8p.m. IN THE ClUSROOMS First 12 Gcmtt Frit Card SI.00 Othm 2'e lit No. Jockoof InertaM 2nd No. Jackpot Increvio ftLACKOUT IN NUMBERS OR USS TURKEY BINGO Extra 5 Gamtt Cards 25e toeh or 5 for All regular games pay double if you win in 7 or MiMJIKS AND INVITID GUtSTS ;