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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta YWCA news Advanced Gymnaslics The j YWCA has had several bcgm- ricr gymnastics classes and have starlet! a new advanced gymnastics class. This class deals with most tpparalus, such as Ihc balance beam, trampoline, box horse and var-1 KIIIS other gym equipment II is unfortunate young people wilh gymnastic polr-nlial usu- ally miss out on advanced m- BlnicUon. So you young gym culhusiasls, if you would ike lo learn more and become skill- ed in tliis area, attend Ihe YWCA's new advanced (ryrn- naslics class at Hamilton Ju- n'ov High school, Monday nights from p.m. Don'l. You Take A THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes MonrJuy, February I972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAtD 13 B'cak? Every Wednesday morning at Ihc Bowman Arl Centre Spanish Village and Adams lee Centre, groups Jl women meet lo have time out to enjoy themselves. The groups commence nl a.m. (in ample time lo see Ihc kid' 1K" .r j. UCW want N" pressure applied lo simplify government Women make own abortion decision a month since IX.T bi'lwcen and 25. if a woman is her llMh TORONTO ICP) An abor-[ ages ranged from 16 lo mnre usually refer Ihe women to Ca-1 ar.d ulxHhrr Ihe Ir'.cgr.ttion i; s'ow in coming ;lion repeal group has talked lo i thin 40, the largest num nadian doctors and clinics; Iwl will continue afisr Ihe prcfi i lo l.'nilcd Churdi Women. At: the i-'iiniiiil mecliiiR of Kjiilh Al-.....' i held in "lit ss.'l up its office hi an old I Single ,vomcn made up Ihe week of pregnancy, uhen sur- She added- "v.iin marrir-d Toronto in mapiily of those seeking I gical procedui-es Income I women, we look at Iheir I Killcp Church, a motion was presenled l'i delegates lo ridopt, All the1 women were pregnant i f.lwrtion." v.'ivle ?1 i rrcmnlicaled, she is usually l.o'd norr.ic Mlunlions: and we try maiTied Ihe remainder j cljout York .slate lacili'Jes ION" they were. They were separated, divorced or fiv- if she can afford them "It's a good lining ONE of us remembered my birthday I" Family life education men1, a eminent The recommendation l'> the work of Ihe women with thai of Ihe South A Iberia described as a sensible method of culling down on mcelings, avoiding du- plicalion of wu-.-k effort, and man without being said counsellor flulh Iilvans, "we refer her lo n Repeal of Canadian Abortion Of Ihe 175 women. 1.17 had gynecologist who does abortions simpler forin" of gjv-! to lhe couivsfl- ing with lors at Ihc Association lor Ihe I rnsrned. I Lav, s I ARC AL) in search of in- formation about possible lions. ASSESS ATTI'lTDK Statistics kept on (he hrd previous abortions and after 12 weeks.' had children. The majority A R C A L's couasellcrs had liigh school education. tlic-y're housewives, nurse s. fine" out if is pressured by 'oim-one have llic abortion." The womnn decision herself nhdhcr s.i- wants lo recced v.-iiii lion. du-uellorr, wily 'r. supplying name- of :-yi Kightv nine of the original secretaries, professional or hosnilal dinks, firit! 173 cases were followed up, men and technicians who have j Many of Ihc women 173 women to visit and they showed lhal 10 wo- had some training Irom UK as- drav.'irg logi.l.'ncr the work of nanL. 1 the men and women in the lolal i mission of lhe church. The new five of whom were not preg-1 decided aeainst an ;-bor- scciation' don'i automatically they had lillle in lion and five of the 10 k e p I: recommend abortion for eve-y CALGARY (CP) Edu-j family life education Ls neccs- i division system won the general calion in family life is impera-: sary 'to come to grips with the i approval of Ihe delegates and live if it is lo" survive, Gwen-1 issues in family life before Lhey a sialc officers were elected dolvn Newkirk of the Uni- j become obstacles. to serve lhe coming year, ver'sity of Nebraska told the "It is our responsibility lo Elected were: president, i Calgary Teachers' Convention locus attention in Ihc uniicr-: Clara Thomson, lyelh-: recently. standing of self wilhin the con- j bridge; vice-president, M r s.' The welfare of tire family is test of human growth and de-1 Virginia Ford, Cout'.s; Ireasur-1 loo important to be leit to in-1 veiopment." formal education, she said. Al-1 Dr. Newkirk common, aside from wanting their babies. informalion on abortions. Their' The counsellors at AHCAL come are counsellor Phyllis Curry, most of Ir.ve nn r'o Oflen, Curry 1 or. Mrs. Ilia Skeilh, New Day- said that communications. Mrs.' off lo and go until (.hough Ihe school should nol though the traditional family is rs'jna Klopponborg. Lc.hbridgc: about a.m. (in plenty of j take the only role in lamily Time lo lix the noon-lime, ym- i life education, it must assert leadership in selling up a com- prehensive program from kin- dergarten through senior high school. The Chairman of the Deparl- ,mes for the family.) And what does lhe program consist ol. Just about anything you would like. Under lhe capable leadership of concerned peo- ple, the women air Ihcir inter- ests and programs focus on Ihese areas and develop from (here Everyone is welcome at TAB in fact if there are five or six ladies logclhcr and would like lo form I heir o n TAB group, the YWCA will 1 pleased lo advise and provide competent, leadership. These Arc YWCA Programs Too. Oflen pcoole don'l real- ize the number of programs of- fered by (he YWCA. For your interest' and iuformalion here are some olhcr YWCA pro- grams offered lor you: Ladie-s Keep Fit and Swim. Ladies Keep Fit end Volleyball English, Bridge, Take a Brc.il Synchronized Swimming, Yogi Junior and Adult Guitar. Ju- nior Drama, Blue Triangles. Y Teens, and Tiny Tois Create Dancing. Something for nearly everyone. I''or further inform lion don't hesitate lo contact lhe YWCA at 7-22S1. Items of Merest: 1. The annual dinner mcet.n' of the YWCA, held last Wedne day evening was a wonderful success. Thanks goes out to who attended and made the evening so enjoyable. 2. A special fond farewell goes out from the YWCA In Miss Donna Mdiae who In helped Ihe Y so much llie-.i. last five monlhs. Thank-you. mcnt nf Education and Family Resources al Nebraska said certainly in a transition period, j Church and society, Mrs. An- "lo think of the concept of the njc Leddingham. P i n c h c r i family as destructible is to an- j Creek, stewardship and fi- nilrilale ourselves." nance. Mrs. Dorolhy Trimmer, i Ann Landers AVOID HEAT Avoid heat in storing milk as it causes souring. Duchess; ministry and person-1 Confidential To Mou'.h in Town: The trouble i'r'l j ncl, Mrs. Jean Schmill, Milk j your moir.h it's Lhe liquid refreshment lhal goes in il. When 'ships uilli Ibe man involved linn woman. "We LIT to assess tiic feelings i v.omon seeking abortion is of lire woman towards her prog- for whom has Mrs. Evans said, "and and Mr.i. Evans a-ldcd we always try lo Ited out nhatjARCAL's counsellors n'-vr-r f ll'O prospective: falher thinks cuss Elrcriiai viihoul also di> about it." Some of the men in- cusrir.g conlraccpLon. volved attend the interviews The association a'so ch e- "We to fird out what folders on pressures Ihere arc on the wo- ligalion l'nr iwo methods of i man and we always ask ivbelli- steriiizaUon for men n-d cr she's thought of conliniuip respectively End il i'l'-o her pregnancy." women Ih" nsmes of rior-K-r- Also AfiCAL tries lo find out i who do Item, whether woman lias iried j Counsellors sny lo induce abortion herself, and-found manv v.ho 'bow. Mrs. Evans tan'. I about rarm'elrlv "We look into Ilieir retailor- ii'iinfcn-med about conlrac'p- River; congregational life ar.d you cut out (he booze you'll have less trouble. work. Mrs. Maggie Oliver, Pic- lure Rude L'SF. RUG CUSHION I From a beauty and comfort .standpoint, a nig or carpel cushion makes your floor rover- intf richer lo the eyes and more pleasing lo the slcp. Monday, Feb. 21st JACKPOT 54 NOS. "20 ALARM BINGO" Gold Card Pay Double >5 Door Cards (Many olher extras) Regular Cards 25c or 5 for SI 13lh Si. and oth Avo. 'A' N. No children under 16 allowed DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am so burned up right now Uial I have lo let off steam or I'll explode. It's my dizzy cousin who lives in Detroit. She is constantly sending me greeting cards. She writes in every of white space from top ID bol- lom, Ihcn writes up and down the sides cf Ihe card, over Ihe punted message and on the back. It's a mess. As if lust's not enough she underlines everything so 1 won't miss Ihe point. It's maddening. Does she Ihink I'm an idiot Al Ihs end of a sentence dial's supposed to be funny, she scribbles "HA ILA. GET IT? ana out loivu The Women's Auxiliary lo lhe Lcod asiistrd by Mrs .1 Cor! Leibbridge Auxiliary Hospiial: Mrs Korcrn Tils. I'. II. will ho'.d its ininual February Perkins ar.d L. M. lea on Wednesday from Kitchen convener Mr.-. p.m. in the hospital lounge. L. Hr.ckcr a.ssk-lcd by V Geneval convener is Mrs. dsmcs II. C. TWiic. L. r-- A. S. Johustone and rece'vir.p i G. Xoliirgham, S. G. Should I lell donkey lhal I don'l enjoy her cards, that the guests will be Mrs. G. II. j Rellie and William Hay. they make me mad and to please stop sending them Houllon. Mrs. T. Lush and Mrs. It To Hallmark T. Moore. The lea urns will h? DEAR LEAVE IT: You lold mo that's enough. 1 see presided over by Mcsdames S. no point in hur.mg your cousin's feelings. When her cards i come, give lljcm a quick glance Lhen Ihrow them oui. HA. GET IT? DEAR ANN LANDERS: is it lhal lhe are tone deaf always lhe ones whose voices ccoi be heard sbove all Hie others when Ibcy are singing Hie National An- them at a public gathering, hynins in cl'.urth or ''Let Me Call You Sweetheart'1 at a Knvanis meeliug I have never been able to figure this out. My husband is OIK' of Ihe guilty parties and when I mention it lo him he gels insulted and denies thai he is off key. Please explain. Graduate DEAR JULIE: Tone deal people are just that. Tone deaf My own husband can't carry a nole with a co-singer, bui he i rotl. loves lo sing loud and it's O.K. wilh me. One of the secrets of a decent marriage is to save the criticism lor something i that mailers. Gordon Millar is in of Sorviluers for lhe occE.-km. under lhe direciion of Mrs B. II. Perkins, will he Mesr'amcs K. Anderson. II. Burcli. li. An- j derson, G. A. Nelson. N. 0. I Gil.'espie. E. Linn. J. Molvin. J. C. Neufeld, A. Thompson. R, i II. rmbcr, W. Willed. K. Bla'r. V. P. McDonald, J. F. Cough, P. A. Harding, J. W. Maxwell. L. 11. Jensen and F. J. Par- I QUEEN OF CARNIVAL Tbe new Chinook Winler Carnival queen was crowned j Saturday ol Ihe wind-up dance. Winner, Debbie Chase, will repiesent Ihe felhbridge i Communily College at intercollegiate functions. Runnevs-up were Brenda Hleuko, right, i and Gwen Pollock. A Calendar Of Local happenings Past Matron's Club, Maple Leaf Chapter, 7. OES will mecl. al Ericksen's Family ficsUuvant Tuesday at p.m. Worthy Grand Matron, Mrs. Anne Guild be guest of honor. Kappa Chapter. Beta Sigma Phi. will mcel Tuesday al p.m ni Ih.c home of Mrs. Claudia Prince. 422 2-lth SI. S. The program, music's BINGO RAINBOW HALL HOI s.h A.a. N. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22nd at 8 p.m. First Jackpol in 53 Nos., 2nd Jackpor in 56 Free Cards-Cards nnd Gomes, 25t per Card, 5 Cards 3 Free Games Door Prile No Children Under 16 Year! Sponsored By A.U.U.C. Association ATTEND THE ALL NEW A.N.A.F.-UNIT 34 COR. Sill AVE. ond 6lh ST. S. IN THE CLUBROOMS TUESDAY, FEB. 22nd 8 p.m. First 12 Gomes Firsl Card Sl-00 Others 25c nnch 1st No. Jackpot (increases Weekly) 2nd No, Jackpot (increases Weekly) Extra 5 Games Cords 25c ca. or 5 for Blackout in 55 Numbers All regular games pay double if won in 7 nos. or less MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS i influence on our lives, will be given by Mrs. Dorothy Mathe- i son. Hostesses will be Mrs. Elaine Sackney and Mrs. Susan j Giffen. Xi Nil Chapler will hold its regular meeling Tuesday al p.m. at tlie home of Mrs. Ruby Misak. The program soulhem Soulh Americ.i will be prr-senlcd by Mrs. Ruth RitU-n- house. Sigma Chapter, Beta Sigma i Phi. will hold a belated Valeu- line social at Irame of Mrs. Gall. 5.13 21ih S1! S., on Tuesday ,ii n p.m. T'e Lelhhridge Sooicly for Meals on Wheels will hold ils annual tuceUng Monday al 11 p.m. in lhe Bon-man Art Cen- tre. All inlcrcslcd Arsons wel- come. Hie Odpen Unit o( Rriulli- minister will meet Ihe home of Jlre. Monn Wells, Lakeside Blvd., on Tuesday al p.m. The AARN. Ix'l.hhndge ler No. 8, will llold a meeling on Wednesday al p.m. al DEAR ANN LAXDERS: 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 slay with UF.. I said "O.K. until he a place of his lie found a p'ace. hui Iwo months later he loco me back 10 live here unhl he Bol a job. I said no. My husband said yes. He moved in. He pays S20 a week which don't need I'd ralher have him out, of here. Ills own mother wants him at home (she can use the money) but lie is mad al her. have five children of our own and are crowded. I worked ID help my husband pay support for lids hoy ,-nd his srsler until they reached 18. I p.m sick of his face and tired of seeing him hanging around. Please give me some advice. VToe DEAR WABASH: but I think you should accept this boy inln your home graciously (he's (here you'il no- tice''. View the inconvenience a.s your contribution lo your husband's happiness. According lo your letter Ihe boy is willing to pay for room and board, so he's not a freeloader. He is asking for housing on n temporary basis. In my opinion you have simple worries compared wilh some women who uri'.e lo me alraut Ihe problems they arc having wilh step-children. 5 will be Mrs Gor don Millar ar.d Mrs. W. R. i Madill and replenishing lhe Ira j lables will be Mc.sdp.mes C.- Dared. E. P. .fones, and E. G. I MeAndless. j The patient Tea room will be in charge 01 Mrs. J- R. Mc- tl'c I ieri'i lu her. REGISTERED NURSE Eligible for B.C. region wanted in 125-betf hospital in beautiful recreational area. Modern building run on Friesen concept. Educational facilities CRANBROOK AND DISTRICT HOSPITAL, CRANBROOK, B.C. QUICK THRIFT........ BULK...... COIN-OPERATED BY THE POUND DRY CLEANS Minimum per order LEE DUCK DRY CLEANERS PHONE 327-2770 330 13lh ST, N. ,he Ilaig Ch'nic. ten Ave. S. Presrnl v.-iil be 1972 73 South Dictrict TcprescuUUvt.'s. Ward 4. .Speaker Mill be Dr. D. R. Broun, plaslic surgery. Tail Chapter. Beta Simna i Phi, "'ill mecl Tuesday .11 r> p.m. r.f home cl Pnl :Pii.Uml, 2713 10th Ave. X. hosless is Mrs. Cnran .Mess. The program, dram.n. will be presented by Mrs. Pal I .Mi-s. Rulli Klzinga and Mrs. i Deanna Pencork. Preceptor Ela Reta Sigma i'hi, nicel Tuesday p.m. al Ilic Park Plaza for dinner, lo mccl aL the I home (f Mrs. Waller .1. He-bin- sou. ifilh Ave. .S.. who will be hoMes.s, and tlie PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS lEfHBRIDGE ELKS IODGE ROOM (Upilnirsl EVERY THURS-3 p.m. UKRAINIAN GREEK-ORTHODOX CHURCH BASEMENT Cor. 13lh Slrocl nnd 7lh Avpnuc N. PUBLIC BINGO EVERY TUESDAY p.m. DOOR PRIZE FREE CARDS FREE GAMES BINGO CARDS J5c EACH 5 CARDS BLACKOUT IN 54 NUMBERS OR LESS (Jackpot Incrrasoi Weekly) JACKPOT in 7 Numhcit or Thrcn snvcn numbm or Inn Jnckpni rnch Soriy No prrson under 16 yoari of ncjn ollowrd an instant Ora mortgage? You can set cither at Niagara, the cash store. Personal loans to and more. MortSt-gcs up to Purchase of existing mortgager. Fast, fair friendly service has made Niagara the largest all-Canadian consumer loan company. Drop by or call. We want to help. store lc ihf pfioni too L; For yournciml jure ;