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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wwhwdoy, FtbruofY 17, THE inHSRIDSE HERALD 19 School for unwed mothers an unofficial success story CALGARY (CPi from the education foun- worker Alma Jordan savs were applied for and the while it's hard to judge, it looks school now receives regular as though Calgary's school from the education de- unwed mothers is a She said she hasn't any statistics, but she thinks most of last year's girls ('id well and still ar" doing well. The school, one of the first of its kind in Canada, opened in March, 19C9. Its aim was to school also has a new a former separate school building empty since last year. It's not new, it's not and it's not permanent, Mr. Whitelaw said. But it does provide seven classrooms, a library U lOUllfiG. 1 pregnant unmarried teen-agers a chance lo continue high 75 girls enrolled last semester and about 10 more than until the time of the baby's expected in the new tern: this winter. The idea of the school now includes 13 part- with two adult education counsellors on the school teachers, a full-time secretary, a part-time Girl Friday and Mr. Whitelaw. He's also the academic coordinator of the' adult education division of the Calgary public school board. Two "city health nurses devote a day a week to the school and two 'social workers have been assigned by the city, lie said. Miss Jordan, a provincial so- cial worker, is with the school on a full-time basis. She said the school has helped the girls enormously during a'' rough period in their lives. And she does have one statis-1 tic: Of last year's 10 Grade 12' students, five ivent on to enrol at university and one entered nurses' training. "A good average OPEN THURSDAY and FRIDAY UNTIL P.M. FOODVAWK women" who had dropped out ol school because they were preg- nant and bad never gone said Doug Whitelaw, co-ordina- tor of the school. About 15 girls enrolled in the first classes, held in a church i hall. By the fall of 1909 enrol- ment had readied 33, all re- Edmonton woman Inarcotics officer AYLMER SOUP CAKE MIXES Tomato or Vegetable 10-ai. tins Monarch, pouch pack, 5 varieties ferred to the school through other schools, doctors and welfare officials. Last summer the school was brought under the jurisdiction of the adult education (CP) Detective Wally Bland of the Edmonton police drug squad was dubious at first about working with a woman, "but it's worked out well." Actress-singer Doris Day looks pert and pretty under a purple felt padre silhouette (top) accented with a back- tied jersey turban by Adolfo II. Below, she looks flirty in an alabaster Mousse swagger brim by Chesterfield. The woman is Ina Benson, one of the first women on a Ca- nadian force's drug squad, who has been a narcotics officer for a year. Policewoman Benson doesn't believe that marijuana should be legalized, since society "can't afford" another vice. "What good have smoking and drinking done us? asked in an interview. can't afford marijuana." She and Detective Bland ir. vestigate complaints, tips and calls from parents who have discovered their children using drugs. Mrs. Benson also spends a good deal of time in the courts on drug cases and often acts as a liaison with undercover nar cotics agents. She said more help should be available to drug users and "we should get to the younger kids sooner." SHOULD BE PITIED She feels that most drug users I should be pitied. "I feel sorry for them. feel almost the way I feel for a person with a very serious men- tal condition. They say they can kick their habit, but most are only fooling themselves." Most of the youngsters drugs tried it because of curio.' ity, as part of a popularity con- test or as rebellion against au- thority. The type of youngster who goes on drugs was a follower, and "very few leaders are moti- vated to take drugs steadilj "But the followers get a sense of belonging, joining their peer group on drugs. It's the one area where they can walk in and be welcomed with open arms, with no questions asked." Detective Bland said one of the main advantages of teaming with Mrs. Benson is having a woman to search possible fe- male offenders and interview tiem. j "A woman is more versatile than a man at it." lie said VEGETABLES 20-lb. bag n, a-10 or 't id ty ig he 1'e r.-nd ve as a Is as jr-be ve ds H-S I a en-an ire flavors Grapefruit Juice libbys Beans with Pork Aylmet n 1 Aunt Jemima, Pancake Waffle Syrup N0bob VOttee Nabob Catsup FOODS Raspberries or Strawberries 2QQC for Pies Turkey, Beefr Chicken A 1.00 York 8-oz. pkg- for Marmalade Kraft jor 65c A ,ef colored rolls 03C A ier Refills f Ay jtergent Pk9. 65c a K 14-oz. ti Detergent SI Purex, white o Shredded Wheat 9 oQf D 15-Qx. pkg. L for 07C VVaX Tissue o QCC Liquid D( Scotties Economy 400'J for 73C Paper Towels Double pack 55c 48-ot. tint 14-oz Miie'Vaiage MEATS 3Z7-5295 4-10 Ibs. average Frenched or by the piece local Christian Science testimony meeting Wednesday p.m. in chin-ill auditorium. 1203 4th Ave. S. Everyone is welcome. Onofrychuk and Mrs. Helen! I Peta, hostesses. Tlie regular monthly meeting of the Churchill Parents Asso- ciation will be held at the Wins- Ladies Aid to St. Peter and i ton Churclull High School Wed- St. Paul's Greek Catholic j nesday at p.m. Topic for Church will hold its regular j discussion is Rights of Parents meeting Wednesday at 8 p.m.! in Education. Even-one wel- in the parish hall. Mrs. Millie: come. Refreshments served. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes Blode or Chuck Roasts Pork Loins Wieners Mini Freezer Special Ib. Sums Bulk CANADA UTLITY GRADE TURKEYS Pork Tenderloin Side Bacon lb. 69 Cottage Rolls 65 Steakettes Sausage Sticks Ib. Mb. pkg Burns smoked Burns 39' _ 5? 89' 65 Ib. Ib. "I just want you to think about it--lots of men wear qirdles." ALL UNIFORMS White and tolorori JEN'S UNIFORM CENTRE Off 1 Special Rock ol PFIC6 WE ARE NOW SEUING THE WEtl KNOWN GRADUATE UNIFORMS Al INTRODUCTORY PRICES JEN'S UNIFORM CENTRE 5lh STREET S. (upslain) PHONE 328-3631 BUTTONED IT Kooky costume is decorated with a selection from 2.200 different Micro Switch buttons made up for computer keyboards. and out Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hunter have returned home after a two-week holiday in Hawaii. UUT.VUMEERBOYf TORONTO i CPI Girls out- number hoys. 51 to 50, in the 1 Toronto Youth Symphony, an I orchestra spokesman said. The viola section of Ihe orchestra is made up of all girls and the cello section has in girls to one boy. Percussion, on the other hand, is all hut there arc I two girls with eight boys in the bass section. aliie'Village PRODUCS GRAPEFRUIT ORANGES APPLES TOMATOES POTATOES Florida, Ruby Red 48's Fancy Navel Jumbo 48's 10 10 bag Mexican 29" ,5 7 ue'Village Sausage Rolls Fresh Baked Raisin Pies facrt Choc. Fudge Layer Cakes Each OPEN THURSDAY and FRIDAY UNTIL P.M. 'Value'Village CORNER 13tr- 5TBFET 6ir- ;