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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta ivin Ann Landers DEAR ANN LAXDER3: Dp you the courage to r-rini a leucr in your column iliai appeared in the NauonaJ Catholic Register? It is a poignan' ard touching plea for understand-iii2 fiom member oi a minority gi'oup. Here DEAR EDITOR: I canr.oi ondersiar.d why ihe church does not do more to help the homosexual. Tne church 15 ready io mend Chrisuan charii> TO ihe drug addict, the alcohobc. ine criminal, the handicapped and the but not io tne homosexual. I am one of ihe decked I help desperately. been to five psychiatrist, checked imseif into two menial hoscilals. and still I am uoable io adjust. I value my Csuiolic highly. bnr. i? any wonder t thai so many homosexuals reject liie church when Lhe church rejected them firsi? IT is ba6 enough there 15 no ministry to homosexuals, but there are even hie some in Eng- land, believe it or not. who wan; to brand homosexuals on the forehead. Lord mercy. I cannot sign this ieiiw for obvious reasc-r.s. 1 hope you have the courage 10 print it Louis DEAR FRIEND: It required no particular courage io print your leiter. Tni5 space has. for many years, reflected many points of view DEAR AXN LANDERS. I io thank ;har woman who wrote about the hell it was to take a vs eat ion with her hus- band a lousv driver nho makes a nervoui wreck out o: her. I have the same kind of nui. They rcusi be brothers I've begged, pleaded, nothing gets through lo him He says. "I am a fine driver. You are crazy." I am "o have the; column piafiicized and taoed -o the rashboard of our csr. Even if he doesr.'t pay any attention to it. it wii] give me comiort to know I am no: alone. Victimized la Lakeland DEAR ALSO. I had no :ces 50 many are petrified passensers wher, their husbands are a; the uheel. I received over HO from uomen ihankine me. blessing me and saying. "Oad ;p kriOM I'm ihe only one If misery loves ccEjpany ihe 01 lousy drivers are far iroro loneh. in si: wrote. Monday, January 15, 1973 THl IE7HBRIDOE HERAID 13 noble grand for Rebekah Lodge ROYAL ROMANCE RUMORED England s Princess Ame. 22, end LI. Mark Phillips, romance ha? been rumored, are walking ihe cojrse ourrng Britain i o-rri Tr.a's ICI-T October each c-iner m n-.cnv horse L1 now is fprvjig wiin Brinsb Army in Gsrntaru (AP Wireohoto via cable London1 SIMPSONS-SEARS SEWING MACHINE RENTAL Laii of mending to do? A wedding A yen to be creative? Rpnt and Sew v, UK a gorqcoui KENMORE ZIG ZAG Simpsons-Sean. 328-9231 Or Drop In Al Simpsons-Sears, Centre Village Mall For Complete Details UKRAINIAN GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH BiNGO, TUESDAY, JAN. 16th, 8 p.m. JACKPOT IN 50 NOS. JACKPOT 4 CORNERS ONLY ISO li UF EVERY WEEK S CARDS SI.00, 25c PER CARD No Onr Undtr 14 yrl Dttalll Announced OI Bi-fio Corner 13lh Si. ond 7lh Avt N.. Baicminl Dcori Open ol 7 NEW ANGLES ON OLD CURVES The iiork simplicity OT ccnrempofary display a: Trader Vic s antique shop n aromatic fcr hana'sone reiics from :hs posT. Ths sinking blending oid ond new one hsrmorcicus couch; and held the arienticn Herald phoiocrapher Bill G'O-nen. 'Advance? made in sport, politic? World showcase for women's abilities By CAROL KENNEDY Canadian Press Siaff Writer Sport and politics are prov- idiiiH a tt'orkr-nde showcase for women's abilities the 1P70? advance. Tne Munich Olympics of though shadowed by the tragedy of the massacred Is- raeli hcsiages. produced tnree memorable medallists for ihe female hall of fame- Russian gymnast Kor- but. Bnush all-round athieie Mary Peters and Australian i e e n -a g e swimmer Shsne Gould Petite, attractive Olgb en- chanted the Munich crowds with her superb gymnastic featp while Lhe achievement oi Msrv Peiers was aU The more im- pressive since the Belfast girl Plastic tube replaces intestines had done her ur.der nen-g-wracking conditions in borab-tom capital. No: Mary was vo'.ed Briiair's sportswoman of the year in several HELPF.D CAMPAIGNS Election campaigns in Canada and the Uniied brought women inio the news spot h ght both as poiiuci ans aad campaigning wives firs; black woman to run :o- U.S. president energe-ic El- eanor McGovera save much- needed warmth and vigor to h u s b 2 n d George's ill-fated campaign, and first tedy Ps: Nixon showed up for the firsi time as a seasoned cam- paigner. Prime Minister w-Je Margaret, however. chose TO olay a relatively low-key role in the election campaign, bronchi jourDaiist-broadcasTer Jeanne Sauve Lmo Trudeau's minister for scienc-e End In Britain. Baroness l-H-eedsmdr. 57-year-old lish da-jshier-in-lsw of the for- mer Canadian govemor-gerr eral. rook or, Africa and the Iceland fifhing as spe- cial responsibilities is her role r.c a junior mmisier at the foreign office She is the firs v.oman io ho'd such rani in ine hsjdQuar- lers o: Briiish Prime Minister Heath countered c ri cisins rhs: hi? govennnent was fai'.ins TO control rising rnces by apDoinrmg Fennsr to a new ninior pos: Sor ej-seemg food prices More ic-D in Britain during the year. Even the venerable LOMOH Stock Exchai'.se will admit women !o full membership from March Ji NJ :AP- lan ATJ] erink. r.. in'.eiUnes had beer, removed and re- placed with plastic tubing to save her life, arrived home here to the cheer? of bui> dreds of school children and a dul 15. Tniny brougni Lhs crowds ro welcome Jan Ann. iv ho Hew back from Rich- mor.d. where she haci un- dertone tiie oper- ation. Jan A.nn siiffercsi chest pains 9 while doini: her homework. R: f I fff or (ocaI Tne Siaf: Nurses' Associanon o: the Hospita.] wiU mee; a: 3.30 p.rr. Tuesday in Classroom I ai the nurses" residence Al1. siaif nurses are asked io aner-d. Tne of AOW and rxXluc'K p.m. EvereoE hold a supper a: 6: -i in the home of Mrs. G. H. Meek The Women o: hciid a regular a; p.m. Tuesday Lhe Hall, with Mamie Hopwood and Aiic-e Wilson as hostesses. zr.-.m. discnmiriitiori faced oy "i tiio worldzii world. be oresen'.ed hy Mrs. L 1 iine Sockney and i Rr.-oikia Schiijde.-er X: Br.a Sigma will rceei ?.i 6-i? p m. Tuesdav in Lhe horns o: Mrs .1. I-2'.O Huron PUce. D Graham preseni c. on msmaEe. K.2D02 Chapter. P :r. ?ili hold a and pledge ntusi si S r rr. Tuesday in ihe Dome of 40C. 2tB 7 Ave. A S Maibewr. E-nope mairi- a slower rate o: emarj- c i p a i o n. though ihe firsi fj'f'jjch womar. ainhassado-" I arce He C SIE p-an E took up her in Panama. One o: the "irr; girl sTideEis admr.- :ed '3 the Ecole Poly- technique, she scored the schools bes: marks in 1972. A bill for equal pay was ap- proved by The French Na- Assembly bin observers c as: doubt on its efiecrive- noiDg thai. France has had only four womes mem- ber? of the government sbce 194fi. and orjiy one of cabinet IN DECLINING ROLE In West Germany. whicii hale ejections in November, ii the; :he of fromerj members in the Bun- deciin- IT. contrast to Conirnusist East where almost Gre-Trii-d of the deputies are v.'omen. Eraadt'f SociaJ Democrats largesi pciT-" in the new Bun- Reefer. S3 Herder's office gives her pre- cedence ei; other West citizens exoep; ihe A> 1P73 co: under way. was in ihe air again aboj i ihe ri: rure o: I STE el Prime Minuter Golds Meir. now 74. and a new Ic.sder wouid com1? to power in Jerusalem. In the 2 ns. E ni a LT, v ei a c: r e s s Dsrn? Sybil Thomnike birthday ?.nd G r e e k -b o r n Fismme. widow of trie pedciUin pioneer, published a book abou; her in ban lire the Greek military neai'by hctpual r- ereo She was flown to .lanusry general "n of ihe ara il. SoJjooi Associalion w-.U be he'.ri si S p.m. Wrtinesosy. l-'rmre pe ci> er THE BETTER HALF By Barnes iransplani pioneer, practises Her and will on ihe V- Commission bv.: fcur indies of her -_ replaced uith piastic tubirg Now. IP hours s nnisi v, ?ar a bat-ten'-operaied motor feec-? her body irom 2 bac coniainir.g ihe special hq-uici iha1. keers her Doctors say much ihe surgery was aiHi Hume s.-.y? ihe Society hc-d s' p.m Wednesday ;r, T're Auxiliary he an trip down the River. and cu.i> r-> Mr Mr? Peiev S'iemko Even one :er. said more tb.m been to help pay ihe lo from will present fre uii- o; Peru nna's see these holidoy-money saving soles fiove oboui wioed us OL-T! ivpre RAINBOW HALL uoi sih AV. N. in rhe o: ?urs. Ptxev Palmer, 20 Si S wv.h Mrs. Cliaivie a. and Mrs FKniiu A roo .i> oo boslesses. Tlio BINGO i Cor. 5lh Ave ond 6lh S JACKPOT S3 NOS. "70 AXARM BINGO" SI Gold Card Pay Double Door FPPS Cardi (Many olhrr fxlrail Regular 25c or S for 51 Si. ond 6th 'A' N Ni ehildrtn under 16 I BINGO I 16 GAMES 1 S500 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ElKS LODGE ROOM (Upslniti) j EVERY THURS. 8 p.m. JAN. 16th at 8 p.m. 1 IN THE ClUBROOMS 1 Futl i: Gomel Firil Card Si 00 OlKrn 75c rc.cS HI No Jockpol 5260 Incrraii. S10 Werkly Ind No. Jockpol Incrton Ji Wrrhly BLACKOUT SI 00 IN 49 NUMBERS OR LESS Exrffl 5 Gompt Cards 25c each or 5 for SI. 00 H All rrgular fiamrt pay double if you win in 7 noi or Ifii MEMoERS AND INVITED GUESTS Merarjers of Faith Renekah Lxxige Xo. 9.j receniiy installed- officers for the coming terra Mrs. J. Reed named as no- I ble graj'd i Other officer? briude M s s Dorothy' Snowden Jr.. past ao- jble grand Hiss PauJiiie iH2serty. rice nrand: Mrs X. j Wheeler, rec-ording I Mrs. M. L. Roberts, treasure'': j Mrs. W. right sup- j porter ncble grar.d. Mrs. I3. Kitz. left supporter noble i grand-: j Mrs. Rowland rigr.i i suppoiter srand: Mrs. J .AJTold. 1 e supporter Aice grand .7. i chaplain. Mrs S Ke-aon. warden: .Mrs. Torfason. conductor: A Roberts, c'nlor bearer: >.Lrs R Snovi'deTi. inside Etiard- ian and Mrs. M. Ssamsn. oui- iide guardiar.. Dorothy Snowcen elected representative to ihe Rebekah Assembly s e s i o D s -.vi1! be held in Calgary March, and receiv'ed her pas', noble grand's jewel. Mrs Obver distnci No. MRS. J. REKD noblr- Cismis. Mrs E rosier. Mrs. E. Mrs. E Mrs A. Hamilton. Mrs. H McN b. Vr? Y. 17 deputy Dresidetn. by Mrs A Roberi. Mr. Mrs. J Marshalsay. deputy rf Torfason. Mr J. Marshas- Mr. P. N'i'-z cm Mr. R. Mrs F Mrs F. Snow-den The homemaker By MARILYN TATE.M Home Economist .Tanuan' 15 traditionally ilie i monih ID; linen or 'wriite" saies and for cieaj'arice sajes prior to ?iocb taking. Clearance Sales: Nou- is E sood nme io buy cJoihiug a! reduced nrli'as. Howeve: be sure this is a regular clearance sale look for broken color Ibe? ana one-of-s-kind Bevrare of special >2ie5 where tiiere j cratideped the mile- i m cm Feei the sheei aM ruD a corner If powder rubs out. ihi> iridicaief ari overdose oi s-iz'-DC ro increase the body ano weir'h: o: sheets. washes ou; and leaves a u'ner. ypL: EO i-hopp-ng Sheer? rr.ade in Can ads are allied the sue afier Thote the Vnred are wjih Lie he Towels checi: unaer- weave s rhe hem or ui a border where there are iwpt It be lirm arni Ciose iwps gjve the tH? no; herr.mei K snou'id be 2 expensive ro'.vel may no; higher cjahiy weaves and Donenis w, 11 increase the Be ar, informed shopper. Krovf what >ou wan; and insist or quality. Bt1 >ure the bargain you find i> a T-ae HoJd uie >bea: -j iiL.T and weave rvs i for de: si is of tape se' ine of an Look en- finn- Check "ihe label ft m, whether or no; ihe she has been preshrunk. C2.E shrink up to 5 per cea: ler.siJi. ibis vsill have E bearing ,__o. on the length you buy. Labels or colored sheets should si-aie whether they are Buy the correct this is e-'pecially; nhen you buy fined There are v> many widths in beds now. so .c-.e- kaow the sizes you require W MRS. JANFT OLSON grT' R.N. C; M E'd CENTRE VILLAGE MALI PHONE 358-4534 JANUARY CLEARANCE! DAN RIVER PLAID vd. 1 PATTERNED CRIMPOLENE MEN'S SLACK FABRICS Reg. 049yd 25 COTTON KNITS From ond UP POLYESTER AND COTTON PRINTS From 2 99 and up MANY. MANY MORE UNADVERTISED SPECIAlS ;