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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE IETHBRIDGE HFRAID uv. February 26, (972 .1 .ill hv MAUREEN JAMit'SON' SKI Mi -IN -1 moilur i'; liirer is ill hospital in am-'.'v! hli'SM-d i-vni; illy, all Imaora for a Thai in se-x Hike.-. a hi! .a-Uinf! use-el 10. In ,v.ir family, iiail a bunch of lie-any. .-ilhlclic-iype i iiys br-fc'i-e 1 ,ul Mr.-.! iiirl. ami 1 knew toys I, -How like a hull in I had si ill In Irani Illat Fur a '.-.Ink' I had ilunuus lee-h'.iicokii U.-IUIL- o( a ve-n- irfoie liillo angel. She'd oe pre-ily. maturally always happy, always r-irnii (In1 I ii'as ;-o.-.-n In p lirsi place-. iill .-he had on liur .-e-aip was Ihc pale-: of pale imi.-iblc Ibai couldn'l even lio'd a ribbon. "lie's sail] ,1 jjlly imlc fellow." people ii-ed 10 say. Uur iis hf-lnfiil. loul; pily on my disnppoint- nienl. To --how lho world that our lilllc he was really a she. Ihey lieil u ss'.iey pink how lo Llic dump of fuzz over lirr eu-lirows. To make il slick, they mcd chewing gum Cfecond In pi I il off, I bad lo shave off a hunch ni in thai vital spot front and centre. I'niil N ficallr spro'jie'rj afiain, even my best friends for- E'll she v. as a ?irl she siv.- Duahciud np by wre-sibiif her Dad four brolhcn nn I hi: living room every day. Hy the hme lour she could lick every kid on (lie hlrjf-L had alre-arly lo.st one lonlb combat. At fixe, .she locked horns with a husky young man o[ seven. Siwning a marl, id Inck of interest in liie finer points of chivaln, he refused If qel out of her way. so she kicked him in I lie shins and sluivcd him over. Will] the knight errant flat on his back, she jumped on his chest and pounded with both Picking her off bun. I administered a lev. solid blows of my across ihc svat of her little pink panties. Mean- while, l-vn dear little old ladies who bad bellied up to the brawl, stalled iiilo ac.ii.-c' me of murder, mayhem, massacre and cruelly lo lielplc-s liillc children. Flic helpless lillie child stood there with pallietic little tears rolling doun i-cr liUlc face, one old lach muj.jii'il flu1 lulled a bag of candy from her up rsc. A >eai nr --n v.a.s renewed very bricfb when f came across 10 a friend about clolhes. But as listened ni. I lir.i.'.d r.vy only dis-cussijic and means of making ickry new jeans look old and battered and fit lo v.enr. P.ut dn-.ia docn im an oplnnisl. Hope lives on. Last weekend, '.ii-andina clinic across with a pretty ne'.v Kastcr dress- for our dolly, which she carefully carried into her room and hunt; up in the closet, without any kind of promplins at all. That's prngre-'s- Inld then. ihing she wearing at tile moment I FEEL A LITTLE HOARSE And so would you if you'd been standing almost hock- deep in snow far months nn end. Even a shaggy winler overcool doesn't help much when the hooves ore wet, and I havcn'l been oblc lo gel hold of a good mustard plaster for years. Whatever happened io thai thing used lo call the sun, and that nice, 80- above wealher? Shop around for best rates when it comes to borrowing Generally speaking, the sin- gle woman is given credit more readily than the single man, ac- cording lo Bill Jamieson. "And a woman wilh a job and one child finds il relatively eas- ier to borrow money than a woman with a job and a larger he added. Mr. Jamieson, manager of Associates Finance Co. Ltd. in Lethbridge, said that (he mar- ried woman's credit is usually lied to that of her husband. "The lending h e said, "prefers lo deal wilh the family ralher than Hs indivi- dual members." "Any major purchase in Ihe family should be a joint ven- ture." "If, for inslance, a man wants lo purchase a car, it would be only fair that the wife have some he said. "Major losses to Ihe finance said Mr. Jamieson, "are generally incurred when marriages break up. Lenders are hesitant about lending to people when marriage problems are evirlent. People wilh mari- tal problems are usually in a transitory, unsettled stage.' COMPETITION: "Competition is what keeps the industry healthy, We recom- mend that you shop for the besl rale." "Life, or accidenl and hcallh insurance are not compulsory for a person receiving a he said, "although we urge peo- ple lo take it." If is a personal reassurance for the cuslomcr and it bene- lits Ihc company, he said. "In fact consumer loan rales are frequently cheaper for those who have insurance coverage, because of (he smaller loss-fac- tor" to the company. HELP PHOTECTJON: "The best way to protect your self when dealing willi a finan- cial institution is to insist the loan be explained lo you at the J H .Lendar oj- local The v.ill hold in Ihn Eagles Hall. Jackpot is i square and round dinnn.e in JlfiS in numbers. Even'one Si, AugusUnc's iwis'n linll nn Monday a; p.m. Raund Local program aids in planning meals pot bundled irro a hull and shoved under her bed, dance prncLico ;iL p.m. Ail sonsro rinriefTS u'clcorrio. adivo and innc.Livc of ficEa Sigma Phi arc? reminded of the scrorily work-vlinp being held en TiiCodav at p.m. at Si. Aimuitine's Hall. A full all.endance is requested. Women's rights neglected EDMONTON" (CP) The Al-licrla Rora-rmiwH's sler.mc.ss ir i field of women's riRlils is and deplorable, Shir-cy Carr. a iioncral vice preside-ill of Ihe Canadian Union of Public Employees, said Thursday. Mrs. Can-, of Xiapara Falls, to make malcrnilv a basic right for v.-orkin" v.'omcn. "In Alburla, Ilieix- is abso-nlely no legislative for Hie female employee who >ee-omes prafillanl, bw-ausn Ihe i jOiiRlicrd cdmiiiisd-ation h a s lover bothered with she said in .1 prepared flalcmenl. The status of women report states Hull Horkini; women should noi he in (hinder eif los- MS job, income, soniurily or ehanees for promotion because of pregnancy, she said. Airs. C.lrr is in Edmonton rn-slrue-rmn at a CITE housewife will usually F.O.E. BINGO 0 I TONIGHT .a'U EAGIES HAtl II L 6lh Ave. A and I3lh St. N. Of LOIMI Every Saturday i The Parents Association Night at 8 p.m. 5 Cord, For 1.00 nn- .uju cielland. pre or 25C Each Mrs y. Gaszlcr. Twelve 7 Number Gomej president, Al freaslL JACKPOT SI 65 and Frances Seaman, sec Free Gomel end Free Cords DOOR PRIZE Appoinled to the board of Gold" caro'i pay j reclors were Mrs. Char G cfoublo money M p 2 Chi dren under 16 not o owad t, Mrs. Irene arc asked lo please brine j lunch. i Tlir LarJies nf OlrJiiwer." Fcmmican Club will hold a meeting on Wednesday at p.m. in Ihc club rooms, ni.h SI. to and ylh S. re- vc. Dr Philip Dranc will nduir-s the Unive-sity cf -VihbrMfK1 ce Women's As.socinlion at Ihc moiilhly met1 trig on Tuc.-dav re- 8 p.m. in the faculty lounge. Lethbridge Community College, di- r i LclbbridRc Lod2o No. Or-nd rlcr of the Royal Purple will hold a regular meeling on day at a pm. in the Elks Club, i Officers and drill tc.'im lire ro- 9 minded (o long B drcsseij as there will be alion 9 Tlie Japanese United Church will niild a pancaltc supper at m p.m. on Sunday. Films on 3i mission work in fminoa and will also ho s shoxvn at p.m. KI'ITVOIH: welcome. clo.se lo 1.CKJ5 meals in a year. And lhat number can oftrn prove lo be a problem when it comes to nutritional value and thinking up new ideas. A program, designed lo help the horaemaker plan and serve ajipelizing and hearty meals, and assist (he bostc.ss at her is... ft d J.-f ituilyiiig together exams. _ CASH BINGO TONIGHT, O'CLOCK {HUNGARIAN OLD TIMERS HAH A A 5100 Blackout Bingo played for till wort pveiy Solurdoy plus 7-Number Jackpols f.vb JACKPOTS NOW S170 AND S105 5 Cards for 51-00 or 25c each Horded Hexl 'o No. 1 ChaM 'jgzAi Cold Duck? I) Great taste, v I my friend V 4p3- >A-x. Teftl1y I'litf: aophislicaicd t Rebekah i meet on Mondav al, r. p.m. in the Oddfellows Ilnll. wilh ofli-cci's' practice at p.m. Chapter WJ Tops Club meet every Monday at p.m. in A u g u s t i n e' s Anglican Cliumi, -Hli Ave. anrl Hl.li i S. New incmlx-'rs and inlorosl-rr] wnlromr. furl her infm niahon phone r.jr.-.Tiiii nr Royal Order of Mcdse card and dart night will bo held on Saturday at R p.m. in the Mooso Hall. Members only. of Ihe Socinl Credit Ladies Auxiliary has bct-n TROPICALS !he best in tropical fish and ull aquarium supplies and i 107 7lh Avo. S. Phono 327-5017 US TO HELP OTHERSI The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clothing, Furnilufo, Toys, Household Effects CALL 32S-28GO FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR 1EAVE AT 412 Is) AVE. I i: AKkHdof SdectedMand White _ Sparkling Wines fiance learners' will dance on TunwJny al f; m. in l.lie I'Jrlc liivors school i Womfj] fliT ;i.sJicd lo bring a box lunch. Minns One Club will hold a dance in Ihc Polish llnll on MEDICINE HAT FIGURE SKATING CLUB 1 IS HOLDING ITS SECOND ANNUAL SUMMER SCHOOL Dates: July 3rd August 12, Making feint, friends from 0 p m. Mridfjc Hrass Onhoslra. Members anil pK'.sU H-ffronic. l-'OK ,T! II p.m. rill enquiries lo 1 313 SECOND STREET, S.W. MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA 1 next party, is planned for Lhree consecutive Thursdays in March. Sponsored by the Alberta De- partment of Agriculture, Ex- tension Division, there is no pro-registration or fees re- quired. Tt will commence next Thurs- day, and Uie three iveckly ses- sions ivill all IK; held in Room 9 o[ the Lethbridge Community College. Lecturers will be Miss Janis McLean, loot! and nutrition specialist and Miss Elizabeth Bartman, district home eco- nomist. time you receive said interest, according to Mr "Find out the total cost n[ lolc loan in dollars, and an effort to provide loan annual percentage rate. Be to the public, Mr lo ask for a fully said that the Cana- copy of the transaction, Consumer Loan Associa- er with the terms of the sponsors a Local Action "The public generally not lake enough care to the Lelhbridge area, the cise its rights to protect itself group is now operating an "Every reputable finance program for high ganizalion, without students, to help (hem he said, "will urge people how to handle their be aware of what they arc properly. rowing, what is the cost, about the schco what are the terms of is available from EC ment." But interest rates 327-K545. be confusing to the These can be emoted in main ways acturial or simple, add-on, and is "For instance, if you 000 for 30 months, (lie cost will be ?245, whether it is ed 18 per cenl simple, 10 cent add-on, or 9.5 per cent Fla. (Re uteri count the most watchable "Provincial legislation in the world are Prin tects the consumer by Grace of Monaco, Empress ing all consumer finance Dihah of Iran, Margie panies make full actress Candice Bergen 'fliey must also quote al the nual interest rate, which is Miller? Yep, she's the year's most watcha ble women selected by the In Women s Society of Gu-Walchers. is a 22-year-old airline is who lives in a smal Miami aparlmenl with another Barbara Weeks JERUSALEM (AP) Israeli Prime Minister Golda has blue eyes, blonde hair and a smile. thinks women's "liberation" is foolish ruirl it's men, not was she selected? "I don't she said en, who suffer from of my passengers nomi- me but I don't know who "Men are was." she told a visiting delegation recently, "because Ihey can't give birth to children flies now lo Los Angeles from Miami. Sometimes she docs publicity work for her em- we Her picture has been Mrs. Meir. 73, is the used in airline advertise- of (wo anrl grandmother of with the caption "I'm In her words, the women's fly me." eration movement "is disagrees, she said, with wome-n's lib's opposition lo ads but otherwise agrees BETTER with the liberalionisrs. And how does it feel lo be Eggs purchased from among the world's most erated display cases will ally have retained better one of those nice things ity Uian those displayed on when somebody hands you flower." VICTORIAN ORDER OF NOTICE OF The Sixteenth Annual Meeting of Ihe Board of agement of the local branch of the V O.N will held in B.P.O. ELK'S March 8, 1972 at 12 A luncheon will be served to the public is cordially R.S.V.P. for table 327-5537 or 14 -M W Jf tet-vi Why nol have a porlraif of your children done now in nalural color? TRACY ELIZABETH 1 yr. Hnuflhlrr of MR. ond MRS. J. UtlV rORCMOST ;