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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuttday, February 4, 1975 Save 20% Whisper's semi-annual pantyhose sale now on Regular One-Size Pantyhose Sheer One-Size Pantyhose Eaton regular price Sheer stretch nylon in one Eaton price 994. So easy to buy. And the sheer size to fit 100 to 150 Ibs. Reinforced panty, nude heel. stretch fits so snugly! Nightshade, maple, spice, Heather, spice, cinnamon, white. cinnamon or taupe. Fits .100 to 150 Ibs. 00 Pair pair Pair 4 Hosiery, Main Floor Eaton's and Spring and People Get Together! Here's Your Ticket to Great Style and Super Value at Eaton's Budget-Loving Price! 24 00 2-Pieces Good value is important these days and value Is what you get with these smartly-styled pant suits. Made of machine washable polyester, they are easy-care and easy-wear. Take your pick from the two versatile styles: Right safari jacket features houndstooth collar and cuffs; front yoke and decorative top stitching. Pull-on pants have elastic waistband. In navy or peach, sizes 12 to 16. Left shirt-style jacket in gingham check Is styled with self-tie belt. Matching solid colour pull-on pants have elastic waistband. In powder blue or pink, sizes 12 to 20. For fashion value that's hard to beat, come to Eaton's soon for a new pant suit. Women's Wear, Main Floor E ATO N'S Shop Wednesday to Buy Lirw 328-8811. Use Your Eaton Account. Community calendar Southminster UCW will meet at p.m. Thursday in the lounge. Helen Huston, missionary doctor for Nepal, will be speaking at p.m. in Southminster Hall. All interested women welcome. The regular meeting of Maple Leaf Chapter, OES, will be held at 8 p.m. Thurs- day in the Masonic Hall. Please note change of date for this occasion only. The regular monthly meeting of the Lethbridge Symphony Women's League will be held at 8 tonight at the home of Olive Dewar, 1819 4th Ave. N. New members welcome. The Lethbridge Parents of Twins and Triplets Associa- tion will be sponsoring a bake sale and raffle from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday at Centre Village Mall. Members are reminded to bring their bak- ing goods to the mall prior to the sale and raffle tickets are to be turned in before the next regular meeting, Feb. 27. For further information call Karen Holm at 327-3734. City Council, Beta Sigma Phi, will meet at 8 tonight in the Bowman Arts Centre. The Lethbridge Chapter of the Sweet Adelines meets Wednesdays from 8 to p.m. in the church basement, 420 12th St. S, Women interested in singing four part harmony and good fellowship are invited to attend. A Christian Science testimony meeting will be held at p.m. Wednesday in the church auditorium, 1203 4th Ave. S. Everyone welcome. The regular monthly meeting of St. Basil's CWL will be held at 8 p.m. Wednes- day in the church basement. Widows' program underway -The Herald- Family TORONTO (CP) Dr. Alan Lyall, member of the staff of the Clarke' Institute of Psychiatry, says "we are enthusiastic" about the widow-to-widow helping program begun by the in- stitute. Dr. Lyall told' the Ontario Psychiatric Association the program is small and only a preliminary evaluation has been completed, but so far it seems of value. "It is hoped to expand it and extend it to he said. Dr. Lyall said many' new widows do not need profess- ional help, but desperately need someone understanding with whom they can work dur- ing their natural grief and sense of loss. "Widow con- tacts" were chosen whoi were judged able to cope with their own anxieties and might use their experience to help others. He'said there are about 000 widows in Canada, of them in Metropolitan Toronto. Statistics show that in the first six months after bereavement there is a three fold increase in visits to doc- tors and for the.first 18 months a seven fold increase in sedation. First date Sandy Allen, 19, the world's tallest woman at more than seven-foot-five, talks to children near her home in Shellyville, Ind, recently. Dan Gerber, 22, of Flora, III., made a date with her this weekend. It was Sandy's first. Mr. Gerber is three inches shorter and 200 pounds lighter. Her says he has been calling her once a week since reading about her record height in the Guineas Book of Records. Effects of legalized abortion illustrated NEW YORK (AP) Abor- tion has become the most fre- quently performed legal sur- gical procedure after ton- silleclomy, a study of the effects of the United States Supreme Court decision on abortion shows. In 1972, the year before the high court struck down state laws that restricted the oper- ation, there were 're- ported legal abortions. In 1973, there were at least Women's involvement in politics advocated Men ordering new skimpy swim fashions TORONTO (CP) Three times as many men as women are ordering the Thong, a new swim fashion that clings to ex- posed buttocks and barely covers appropriate areas in front, a designer says. "It's said Anne-Marie Gabalis, assistant designer to Marilyn Brooks who introduced the Thong in Metropolitan Toronto. "Men have always treated women as sex objects and I guess now it's our she added. "One man, called three times this week to make sure he would get his Thong for this weekend. He thought his wife would be really thrilled if he wore one the same way men like to see women." MONTREAL (CP) The member United Nurses Inc. has launched its program to help promote International Women's Year with a plea that women can help solve world problems. "World peace is a goal that may be advanced when more decision makers are less culturally conditioned towards violence and said Marie Mullally. editor of the group's newspaper, Dialogue. Miss Mullally told a news conference that "we hope more women will become ac- tively involved in political life at all levels" in 1975. Miss Mullally said the United Nurses subscribe to the United, Nations objectives of promoting equality between men and women, and the economic, social and cultural integration of women in society. MOTHS AT NIGHT You see butterflies mainly the daytime, moths at night. legal abortions in the U. S. and an estimated in 1974, the findings published in the January-February issue of Family Planning Perspec- tives, show. Family Planning Perspective is a technical journal of the Alan Gutt- macher Institute, which is a division of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America. Christopher Tietze, prin- cipal investigator in the study, said the survey illustrated "the importance of the Supreme Court's decisions in enabling thousands of women to obtain safe, legal, abor- tions." The study's other findings included: hospitals have been slowest to respond court's decision.. Only 17 per cent of public hospitals reported performing any abortions in the first quarter of 1974, in contrast to 28 per cent of comparable non- Roman voluntary and private hospitals. As a re- sult, abortions are less often available to low-income women who have the most un- wanted pregnancies. than 90 per cent of the increase in legal abortions between the first quarter of 1973 and the same period in 1974 occurred in nonhospital clinics. places that perform abortions now are more even- ly distributed around the U.S., although New York and California, with one-fifth of the America's women, ac- counted for twofifths of all abortions. were highest in the mid-Atlantic and Pacific states with respective rates of 31-.5 and 28.4 legal abortions for each women of reproductive age. In the central and southwest central states, the rates were 3.9 and 4.6 for each respectively. HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services NMd Clothing, Furniture, HoiiiMhoW Effects CALL 32I.2WO FOR PICK-UP SERVICE or LEAVE AT 412 AVE..S. GOT ANY GOOD ADVICE LATtLY? When you have a problem or a decision to make, isn't II amazing how many people Know exactly what you should do about it. And, isn't it amazing how different their solu- tions are! Everyone has a different answer, and those answers might work for them but they probably won't for yoii. THE IEST ADVICE COMES FROM WITHIN. The Centre for Personal and Community Devel- opment provides PERSONAL ACHIEVEMENT programs to help you decide what's best lor you. ForfurHorintormMlon CtK JJ7-5T24 II i live it YOUR ;