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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta list Jude By JUDE TURIC Staff Wrilor Charlie Broui'S rrally ev i.-tl. So do Liii'.vs aral Sclir.Kh'rs iiiul found uaralcri'ig Ihiiiiiiili Uu- lives of al- mo.-n I'M'noni'. Ul my IV.arlk' Bnn'.n.-; are slill nnniiid awl havnl'l [orfcM- ed liicir chaiin or fu'.ir tlir- nii.; over I he yours. Clinrl.c Ik- a nice1 L'ny lo IcnV'j (iiiL c! I hi' for or ihc week. We ir.'var mranl ID IIMVO him cm. hul it he lit11.or made. Ar.d uih Ihe and fore u'.iidi acconi- Charlie Uro'.vn-.. lie was KIM easy 10 overlook a.s la Mr.e v.n that further investiga- tion could he made. They outlined six objectives: sec first hand tire tech- niques and method.'; used. evaluate the Chinese concepts of how acupuncturo work-s. visil Chinese institutes doing research on acupuncture. appraise the range of ap- plications of the technique in surgery and obstetrics. explore possible clinical and research applications rele- vant to Canadian anesthetics practice in surgery, obstetric.1; and ]X'in climes. initiate trials of tech- niques at the General hospital and University of Ottawa, if acupuncture is found lo be appl. icahle in a Canadian setting. Ann Landers Election of officers for St. Mi- chael's Hospital Alumni was held recently the naming of Mrs. Joanne WUhart as pres- ident. This will be h3r second term in office. Otlier officers elected are Mrs. Eileen FiH'iaut, vice-pres- ident, Mrs. Betty Martin, treas- urer 2nd Mrs. Marion Flctl, secretary. The alumni is continuing to support Norma, a Peruvian stu- denl. nurse, who is training in a five year prcgri'iTi. BINGO Scandinavian Kail 229 12lh St. "C" N. Fri., Feb. 18th Starts at p.m. Doors Open p.m. 5 Cards for 1.00 4lh, 8fh and I2lh GH-HEI in 7 Numbers WORTH S21 S155 in S3 Mumbcrs PROCEEDS ID HEAPT FU.ND Sorty No One Under 16 Yenn of Age Allowed -V calendar o local liappcnintji The LA (o FOE will hold an j officers meeting on Thursday at fi p.m. in (he home of sister j Evelyn Groves, 20J2 7 Avc. S i A miscellaneous auction sale will he held al St. Michael's nurses' residence on Wcdnes-; day. April 12 at p.m. Auc-j donccr will be Mr. R. Hanley.! welcome. Loyal Order of Moose social and dance will he held on Sat- urday at 3 p.m. at the Moose Hall. Music hy Longacres Orch- estra. Members and invited guests. The Pensioners and Sen i o r Citizens Ladies Amiiiary affili- ated with Uie Provincial and XatJonal Pensioners and Senior Citizens Organization, will meei on Friday at 2 p.m. in Gym 2 at Civic Sports Centre." Fol- lowing the business meeting, bingo will be played and lunch served. Tea hostesses will be Mrs. Aimc Bozajtski ar.d Mrs. Akry Czerniawski. All iary members, women mem- liers of the Chinook Branch ar.d friends welcome. SALT AID Salted water helps prevent cracked eggs from leaking when cook-.x! In the shell. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiii DfclAIl ANN" LANDERS: The oilier day my wife was reading your column ur.d she "1 am shocked by what Aim Landers- has in Ihe paper today. What wdl she come up with I had read your column before she did and I knew- what she was to. It Ire letter from Ihe young fellow couldn't urir.ala in a prhlic place. He had to have privacy. He was woiricd abrail wliat would hap- pen lo him when he wss inducted into tiie Army. Well, Ann, my heart went out to that lad because I've had the same problem all my life. I went to a doctor about it and learned that it was noi such a rare thing. The slang medical term for Ihc problem is "a bashful kidney." lly wile has no idea lo this day that the Idler she considered ''shocking" and rot fit for a family newspaper is a serious problem ar.d she has been living with a maji for 33 years who sjll has it. My hat is off to you for speaking out frankly things that bother folks, even though seme of the topics are not exactly conversation. r.ccd kelp, and ycu give it. DEAR NEW: I agree that some of the topics I deal with are not fit fare for drawing-room conversation but Ihc pur- pose of this column is to help, not Lo provide polite chit- chat. I've learned a great deal from my readers, so please be aware that while I strive to educrilc my readrrs, they also educate me. For example. I no idea (here so many bashful kidneys around Since thai ht'.cr in print I've been swampc-d with confessions Ircni jp.c-n who were re- lieved to know lliey wercn t Ihc only ones. Thank you for writing. Your letter gave me an opportunity to mention once rpnn a problem that 1 have never seen disctissfd in a news- paper DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am lirecl of hearir.g Ihe "Now Generation" throwing all Ihc blame lor their luiiwppiness and personal hangups on their parents. It has laken me 20 years to realize I'Kil pr.vents people they have h.-iugups and p'Dbldns, just as we Why do we exjx'cl ficrlcciion from nrircul.-, don't cxpecl it from ourselves cr our 1'aruus are products of their cnvinrimciit and tin-Mr just as are. It is unfair lo thai lliey he My parenLs maiie .-.Oir.i- w'i'.ii b u t then their parents made mistakes wilh llicm, snd I'll make mistakes with my children. Rut I have come, to hc-licvc thr.t a lot of unhappy, me.iscd uji kids would rnlher hiainc' liioir parenLs lhan lake respon.sib'lit} for Ihcrusehe.-. I didn'l like sonic of the tilings in my ,ife lhal were making me miser- able so I lo work Ihem. It's ml easy lo give up one's neurosis, but 1 did il and I'm a much happier I enjoy a comfortable and re- lationship will] my parents which impossible five years ago. Sifin me Mid.swoslenl Alteration DKAR MID: :Voifve got a lot of wisdom m your old head. Thanks Ifir sharing il. YWCA holds meet Lelhhridge youth deserves a service by the YWCA, were 1 pat on the back, anil so OIKS youth housii'" iruirify. explor-i the Voung Christian 'ing tile possibilities of co cil I Association, for doing wonder-, housing, need for an executive ful work within cummuni- director and talks towi.rd amal- ly, according to -Miss Uoiialda gamation of Ihe YMCA and the Mc-rtae. i YWCA. Miss Mcliae was feature Miss McHae, who has extcn- .speaker at Ihe :2nd annual I sive experience wilh all size of dinner meeting which I YWCA organizations across was held recently. She is the Canada, was in Ihe cily lo as- New executive for WMS Mrs. Dai-olhy Giduk. was re-! en's Missionary Sociely, at the elected of the Mac-; anr.1.'." 1 mceling held at St. An- j Icod Prcsbytcrial of Ihe Worn- i drcw's Prcsby-icrian Church re- j iccnl'y. i Ollior officers elected were: i Mrs. E. Fmilh. Mrs. E. Gcod- t fellow. .Mrs. L. Pudwell and j Mrs. H. Foulston of Medicine Hat. Mi's. D. Schuitema and Mrs. M. Kvame of Fort Maclcod, Mrs. C. MacKinlosh of Gran- inn, and Mrs. L. H. B 1 a c k- bourne and Miss H. Lindsay of Lethhridgo. i Delegates jppoinlcd lo Syno- i dical, which is lo be held in I Banff are Mrs. P. Mrs. L. D. Hnnkinson. Lethbridge. i ,-nd Mrs. A. D. Maclean, Fcrl i Dsicgaics appaii-tcd to Coun- cil, lo he liOj'd in Toronto in September are Mrs. P. Gitlnk and Miss M. Webster of Letli- The installation of officers was cr.rrhicicd hy Rev. L. D. Hankinron, minister of Si. An- drew's Church. Members from Fort Maclrad. Giarum and Medicine Hat wero MRS. DOROTHY GIDL'K rc-i'lc'deil iiri'sidcnt' dso present. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes consullanl YW'C'A of Canada and serves Ihe western divi- sions. Miss McEac spoke of Uie need in Ihc community for the .sist the local YWCA with its operations. She will be leaving this weekend. Ilcports at the meeting, included financial statement ol YV.'CA to be part and not a ('cficit of slighlly more than apart from ils community. an increased occupancy Sfie said, lliat from her periences in Uie cily during the past, five months, shn has seen Lclhbridgc as "a giving and not a grabbing cily.'' 'The YWCA has received co- operation and support from ser- vice clubs, lodges, sororities, guvernmynt and social agencies. I She said the work of the j YV.'CA could not continue with- out the support it receives from I the women and girls who work without remuneration and give Llieir time and energies. Miss McRae said (here was I need for more active support 1 nf Ihc Comniunily United Fund, I and that without this .support. j the poor agencies, such as Ihe YYVCA. would no rnurac oilier lhan lo close HIG diiors. Donations lo this fiiiifl v.oulcl I help lo make Ihc com in i; year i an optimislic one and "not a failure, but a she said. Among Mic suggestions given 1 by Miss McRae for improved lo in room and board, the revision of Ihe constitution and by-laws and nominations to the board of directors. "Jf you core ro pay a si ighfly higher p, have some lamb chops wHh panty-nose I" I n Vuinum Liking is a'k rwr.-c ilo.itwcd I lo in.'iko ;i moie jnlcrr.-.l- pjr.--.on. LiMni t'> lie more of oilier Gauge j your rcaelions tn and Inpic.s like improviin; your j yoiir rk'JiK 1 Ihc; nirdicnl aspnt'ts of your 1 and cavecvs, olhors. and con- awail you in Ihc IJowmaii Ail CPU I re cnrh npsflay afloriifion Irom lo Hi. IlopLstrr nL HIP Fnmilv Y, !l SI. S. 52 tons of fat SASKATOON' fC.Tl oi] rc.siflcnLs losl Ions of fat miring hut nohwly's miss- inR it. A Slnr-Phocnix rcporlrr j found Hint .-ihoul H.dOl) porsnns i enrolled in Ihc cily's woiRlil-loss clulis ;uul (lii'ls. Iwlilncs nnd exorcise .-ill had played n part in an rshmalcd weiRht-los-, n( 17 pounds for each person. JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday Evening, February 17tli Sponsored by ladici1 Aid of Si. Polor ond Si. Paul's Church STARTS P.M. SHARP-PARISH HALL CORNER Ulh STREET B AND 7lh AVENUE NORTH Jcicripol Starts ol nnd is Won Every Thursclny 5lli-7 No. JcitNpol Pol o' GoH 25C PER CARD OR 5 FOR SI.00 ALSO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZE Pononi undor 16 yoari net allowed CELEBRATIONS CONTINUE UNTIL SATURDAY, FEB. 19th if Free Coffee and Cookies Balloons for the Kiddies DOUBIE KNITS SirCtE KNITS FORTREL DOUBLE KNITS COTTON IN DOUBtE AND SINGLE KNITS 40% OFF ALL FUR FABRICS BE SURE TO ENTER YOUR NAME FOR THE GSFT CERTIFICATE DRAWN FOR ON SAT., FEB. SURPRISE GIFTS DRAWN FOR ALL WEEK LONG S-T-R-E-K-M AND SEW FABRICS A7S Holiday Village (Formerly Shoppers' World) Phone 328-7843 19 MAXINE SKIBA Owner Mcinntjernii ;