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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta YWCA news Advanced Gymnastics Tlic VWCA has had several begin- ner gymnastics classes and have started a new advanced gymnastics class. This class deals with most apparatus, such as the balance beam, trampoline, box horse and var- ious other gym equipment. II ib unfortunale young people with gymnastic potential usu- ally miss out on advanced in- struction. So you young gym enthusiasts, if you would like to learn more and become skill- ed in this area, attend the YWCA's new advanced gym- nastics class at Hamilton Ju- n'ar High school, Monday nights from p.m. Why Don't You Take A Break? Every Wednesday morning at Ihe Bowman Art Centre, Spanish Villsgo and THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes Mondoy, February 21, THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 13 VCW icant to simplify government No pressure, applied Women make own abortion decisions (CP) An ahov- j ages ranged from ]8 lo more, usually refer the women to Ca-lar.d Irtopration h slow in coming ;llon "'I103' llas talked lo i than 40, with the largest num-i nadian doctors and clinics- but vi'll continue lo United Church Women. 51) women a month since Ixir between 21 and 25. if a woman is near I' the meeting of si-'1 its in an old1 berta Prtsbytrrial held in i ncira in midtovni Toronto in i Killcp Unilod Churcli, a motion was presented delegates lo A" tlu' were pregnant adopt, as an yc-ar-lon" cxpcri-1 or thought they were. They men1, a simpler form of gav-! came to the volunteer counsel- j Single ,vomen made up the week of pregnancy, sur- She added- "v.nn married i majority of those seeking I gical procedures become morr I women, we look 21 their wore j complicated, she is usually told non-.lc situations: ar.d we trv Adams Ice Centre, groups women meet to have time out to enjoy themselves. The "U's a good thing ONE of us remembered my birthday i" CALGARY (CP) emmenl The recommendation l> affil- into the work of the women j with that of the South Alberta 1 Presbytery was described as a sensible method of cutting down on meetings, avoiding du- plication of work effort, and drawing together the work of the men and women in the total j mission of Ihe church. The new Edu- j family life education is neccs- j division system won the general Family life education Association for the Laws (ARCAL) in search of in- formation about possible abor- married and the remainder j clraut New York slate facilities were separated, divorced or liv- if the can afford them ing with married. man without being said counsellor Ruth Evans, "we refer her to .1 Of the 175 women, 1.17 had gynecologist who does abortions previous abortions and 95 j after 12 weeks." cation in family life is impera- sary to come to grips with the approval of the delegates and live if it is to survive, Gwen-1 issues in family life before they a slate of officers were elected dolyn Newkirk of versitv of Nebraska had no children. The majority! A R C A L's counseHcrs had high school education. they're housewives, nurse s. Eighty nine of the original, secretaries, professional 173 coses were followed up j men and technicians who have from Ihe as- jutomaticallv tion.s. ASSESS ATTITUDE Statistics kept on the first 175 women to visit and t hc y snowed that 10 wo-! had some trainin, five of whom were not preg- mc-n decided aeainst an don't fimi out if the pressured by have the aixjrtion." The woman always (In- decision herself whether s.'- they had liltle in lion and five of the 10 kept! recommend abortion for ev common, aside from wanting I their babies, information on abortions. Their I The counsellors the Uni-1 become obstacles. told the "It is our responsibility to! Calgary Teachers' Convention. focus attention on Ihe under- standing of self within the con- text of human growth and de- reccntly. The welfare of the family is to serve the coming year. Elected were: president, i Mrs. Clara Thomson, bridge; vice-president, M r s. i Virginia Ford, C'out'.s: treasur-i 1 er. Mrs. Ilia Skeilh, New Day- ihat al-; ton; communications, Mrs.1 groups commence at a.m. loo important to be left to in-1 velopmcnt.'1 ample Umc to see the formal education, she said. Al-! Dr. Newki... off lo and go until j though the school should not j though the traditional family is'. Nina Klopponborg about a.m. (in plenty ofjtake the only role in family certainly in a transition period, j Church and An-1 "lo think of the concept of the j nie Leddingham. P i n c h e r j family as destructible is to an- j Creek; stewardship time lo fix the noon-lime ym-1 life education, it must assert mies for the family.) And wha- does the program consist of? Just about anything you would like. Under the capable leadership of concerned peo- ple, the women air their inter- ests and programs focus on these areas and develop from there. Everyone is welcome at TAB in fact if there are f or six ladies together and would like to form their own TAB group, the YWCA will pleased lo advise and provide competent, leadership. These Are YWCA Programs. Too. Often peonle don't real- ize the number of programs of- fered by the YWCA. For your interest and information h'ie are some other YWCA pro- grams offered for you: Ladies Keep Fit and Swim Ladies Keep Fit End Volleyball. English, Bridge. Take a Brcal Synchronized Swimming, Yog.i Junior and Adult Guitar. Ju- nior Drama, Blue Triangles, 'i Teens, and Tiny Tols Crealn- Dancing. Something for nearly everyone. For further informr- lion don't hesitate to contact Ihe YWCA at 7-2284. Items of Interest: 1. The annual dinner meeting of the YWCA, held last Wednes- day evening was a wonderful success. Thanlis goes out to --1I who attended and made the evening so enjoyable. 2. A special fond farewell goes out from the YWCA to Miss Donna McRae who has helped the Y so much lbe-.t last five months. Thank-you leadership in setting up a com- prehensive program from kin- dergarten through senior high school. The Chairman of the Depart-1 ment of Education and Family Resources at Nebraska said Ann Landers nim'late ourselves. AVOID HEAT Avoid heat in storing milk as it causes souring. nance. Mrs. Dorothy Trimmer, Duchess; miaisti-y and person- nel, Mrs. Jean Schmilt, Milk River; congregational life and work. Mrs. Maggie Oliver, Pic- ture Butte. USE RUG CUSHION Prom a beauty and comfort standpoint, a nig or carpet cushion makes your floor covci inx richer to the eyes and more pleasing to the step. I.A. TO F.O.E. BINGO Monday, Feb. 21st JACKPOT NOS. "20 ALARM BINGO" Gold Card Pay Double Door Cards (Many other extras) Regular Cards ?5c or 5 for 5) 13lh 51. and 6th Ava. 'A' N. No children under 16 allowed Confidential To Mouth in Town: The trouble- irr't your mou'ih it's the liquid refreslimejit that gaes in it. When you cut out the booze you'll have less trouble. DEAB ANN LANDERS: I am so burned up right now that I have to let off steam or I'll explode. It's my dizzy cousin v I o lives in Detroit. She is constantly sending me greeting cards. She writes in even- bit of white space from top to bot- tom, then flic writes up and down the sides of the card, over the printed message and on the bsck. It's a mess. As if that's not enough sho underlines everything so I miss the point. It's maddening. Does she think I'm an idiot At the end of a sentence that's supposed to be funny, she scribbles "HA HA. GET Should I tell donkey that I don't enjoy her cards, that they make me mad and to please s-top sending them It To Hallmark DEAR LEAVE IT: You told me that's enough. 1 see no point in hurting your cousin's feelings. When her cards come, give them a quick glance then throw them out. HA. GET IT? wants lo proceed with the lion. Crnmellon (inly a-.si--'- liv supplying nanies of doctors or hosnila! clinics. Many of the women wry- come are counsellor Phyllis Curry. most of thrill h-.ve nri i Often, Miss Cum- said, ib- ARCAL I "We try to assess the feelings j woman sec-king abo'rticn is one j of tire woman towards her preg- 1 for whom contrtcentiun has Mrs. Evans said, "and failed: and Mrs. Evans we always try to find out what i ARCAL's counsellors the prospective father thinks cuss ebcrtion without also dis about it." Some of the men in- cus-ing volved attend the interviews, i "We try to find out what i pressures there are on the wo- j man and we always ask wbdh- er she's thought of continuing snd il ,-1-n rv her pregnancy." ivorr.en names cf dort- Also ARCAL tries to find ou! [Whether tl'e woman has tried to induce abortion herself, and !bow._Mrs. Evans sax. i "We lock into their relalion- j i ships with UK man involved i tinn. and out of- loiin DEAR ANTv LAKDERS: is it that the people are tone deaf ere always the ones whose voices CEJI be heard ribove all the others when they are singing HE National An- at a public hymns in church or "Let Me Call You Sweetheart'1 at a Kiwanis meeting 1 have never been able lo figure this out. My husband is one of the guilty parlies and when I mention it to him he gets insulted and denies that he is off key. Please explain. Graduate DEAR JULIE: Tone deaf people are just that. Tone deaf. My own husband can't carry a note with a co-singer, but he loves to sing loud and it's O.K. with me. One of the secrets of a decent marriage is to save the criticism for something that matters. I The Women's Auxiliary to the Leod assisted by Mrs. J Corf. Lethbridge Auxiliary Hospital j Mrs. Korer.n fivcL-n. Mrs. IJ. H. i will hold its annual February Perkins and L. M. Pnrrv. lea on Wednesday from Kitchen convener p.m. in the hospital lounge. L. Kr.cker assisted by V General convener is Mrs. dames R. C. Duthie. L. P-- A. S. Johnstone and rece'ving i Vries. G. Nottingham, S. G. the guests will be Mrs. G. II. i Rettie and William Hav. I Houlton. Mrs. T. Lush and Mrs. '______________- T. Moore. The tea urns will b? j presided over by Mesdames S. i J. Smith. J. C. Mocre, D. Wood- cock and L. F. Fail-burn. Mrs.! Gordon Millar is in charge of j decorations. Ecrviluers for the occasion, under the direction of Mrs. B. II. Perkins, will be Mesr'ames i i K. Anderson. II. Burch. H. An- A. Nelson. N. 0. Giilespie. E. Linn. J. Melvin. tors :c QUEEN OF CARNIVAL The new Chinoolc W.nter Carnival queen v-as cro-A Saturday at the wind-up dance. Winner, Debbie Chase, will represent ths Lelhbridge Community College at intercollegiate functions. Runners-up were FJrenda Hleuka, right, and Gwen Pollock. A Calendar Of Local happenings DEAR ANN LANDERS: My husban's son by his first marriage is 20 years old. He does rot get along with his mother and asked if he could stay with us. I said "O.K. until he gets a place of his own.'1 He found a p'ace. but two months later he wanted loco me back to live here until he got a job. I said no. My husband said yes. He moved in. He pays a week which we don't need. I'd rather have him out of here. His own mother wants him at home (she can use the money) but lie is mad at her. We have five children of our own and are crowded. I I worked to help my husband pay support for this boy and his 1 sister until they reached 18. I E-m sick of his face and tired I cf seeing him hanging Please give me some advice. Woe DEAR WABASH: S'jrry, but I think you should accept this boy into your home graciously (he's there anyway, you'il no- View the inconvenience a.s your contribution' to your husband's happiness. According to your letter the boy is willing to pay for room and board, so he's not a freeloader. He is i asking for housing on a temporary basis. In my opinion you have simple worries compared with some women who write V. P. McDonald, J. F. Gougii 1 P. A. Harding, J. W. .Maxwell, i L. 11. Jensen and F. J. Par- i rott. Hostesses will be Mrs. Gor i don Millar and Mrs. W. R. Madill and replenishing the tra tables will be Mesdames C. 1 Darccl. E. P. Jones, and E. G. I McAndiess. The patient tea room will be in charge of Mrs. J. R. Mc- gelling ibc In in i jona tei'cr j her. I REGISTERED NURSE Eligible for B.C. region wanted in 135-bed hospital in beautiful recreational area. Modern building run on Fr'escr, concept. Educational facilitie- CRANBROOK AND DISTRICT HOSPITAL CRANBROOK, B.C. District representatives. Ward 4. Speaker will be Dr. D. fi. Brown, plastic surgery. Past Matrons Club, Maple i influence on our lives, will be Ihe Haig Omic 601 Ave S Leaf Chapter, No. OES will. given by Mrs. Dorothy Ma tire-; Present' will be the 197' 73 meet at Encksen's Family j son. Hostesses will be Mrs i South Restaurant Tuesday at j Elaine Sackney and Mrs Susan' p.m. Worthy Grand Matron, j Giffen. Mrs. Anne Guild will be guest j Xi Chapter will hold its I Tau Chapter. Beta Si-ina regular meeting Tuesday at Phi, will meet Tuesday at 8 Kappa Cnaptcr. Beta Sigma p.m. at the home of Mrs. ipm r.t the home cf Mrs Pal Phi, will meet Tuesday at Ruby Misak. The program I Pittanl, 27Ki 10th Ave N Co- p.m. ai Ihe home of Mrs.' southern South America will be i hostess is Mrs Carai Vcss Claudia Prince, 422 24th SI. S. presented by Mrs. Ruth Ritton- The program, drama.' will "be to me alrout the problems they arc laving with step-children. OUICK........ THRIFT BUIK......... COIN-OPERATED BY THE POUND DRY CLEANING Minimum per order LEE DUCK DRY CLEANERS 330 13th ST. N. PHONE 327-2770 The program, purpose: music's BINGO RAINBOW HALL 1101 sth Ave. N. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22nd at 8 p.m. First Jockpot in 53 Nos., 2nd Jackpot in 56 Nos. Free Cards-Cards and Gomes, 25c per Cord, 5 Cards ics Door Prize No Children Under 16 Yean 3 Free Gp Spo >red By A.U.U.C. Association house. Sigma Chapter. Beta Sigma Phi. will hold a belated Valen- tine social at the home of Mrs. Marilyn Call, 533 24th {Ji. on Tuesday at p.m. an instant presented by Mrs. Pat Hooper, i Mrs. Rulli Elzinga and Mrs. Deanna Peacock. Precentor Eta Chapter. Beta S i i Sigma Phi, will mcel Tuesday iat p.m. at the Park Plain for dinner, later to meet at the Lethbridge Society for i home cf Mr.--. Waller J. Hrbin-i Meals on Wheels will hold its i son, 2011 Ave. S.. who will annual meeting Monday at 8 p.m. in the Bowman Art Cen- tre. All inlercstcd wel- come. Ilie Odgen Unit of Snulh- minister UCW will meet at Ihe home of Mrs. Mona Weils, Lakeside Blvd., on Tuesday at p.m. The AAIIN. Ix-t.hbndgc Chap- ter No. 8. will told a meeting i on Wednesday at p.m. n[ be hostess, and present the PUBLIC BiNGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS IETHBRIDGE ElKS IODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS-8 p.m. UKRAINIAN GREEK-ORTHODOX CHURCH BASEMENT Cor. 13th Stroet and 7th Avenuo N PUBLIC BINGO EVERY TUESDAY p.m. DOOR PRIZE FREE CARDS FREE GAMES BINGO CARDS 55c EACH 5 CARDS BLACKOUT IN 54 NUMBERS OR LESS (Jackpot Increase! Weekly) JACKPOT In 7 Numbers or Thren siwcn numbers or less Jockpol rach Sorry No porson under 16 yoars of oao allowed You can get either at Niagara, the cash store. Personal loans to and more. Mortgages up to Purchase of existing fair friendly service has made Niagara the largest all-Canadian consumer loan company. Drop by or call. We want to help. sh store Check Int priont boolt (01 yout ntirtil offict. ;