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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN: I'm a typical leen-ager and my parents are typical parents. They keep telling us how hard It is to bring up children these days. (There are three teens in our fam- What wart to say is this: It's not only hard for .them to raise US it's hard for us to be raised by THEM. I realize my parents have lived longer and experience is a great teacher, but why don't they understand that kids must have their own experiences? We want to try out our own ideas. We don't want theirs all worked out and neatly packaged. 1 arc different from my father. He is himself and I am me, I am not a revolutionary, but I'd like to change some things that he thinks are fine. Every teen would like to sit down with his parents and tel] them what he thinks and why. Not yelling and arguing just open discussion. When 1 tried last week I was called "stupid, foolish, too young to know anything." So I won't try it again. Maybe if my parents (and others who treat their teen- agers like morons) see this letter they will understand how it looks from the oilier side of the fence. Out DEAR W.O.: Thanks for "your side." It's a good one and I buy it. DEAH ANN LANDERS: I have been going steady with a wonderful fellow for nearly live months. Last night Art sur- prised me with an engagement ring. I can't say I am unhappy (in fact, I am thrilled) but one thing is missing. He has never said, "I love you." Isn't this strange? Art' was engaged to a girl a while back and he gave her a ring just before he left for Vietnam. She cheated on him when he was away so he broke the engagement when he got home. Can this be the reason he can't seem to say, love What should I do about Missing DEAR S.-M.: Yes, something IS missing, but the important components are present. He wants to marry you, and I hope you won't be so foolish as to say no because he is unable to say those all-important words. He has been hurt once, so be patient. I suspect you've guessed the reason. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "Your most seductive. I have to get my driver's license renewed today." (Calendar (Jf oLo Fort Madebd square dancers will hold the regular dance on Wednesday at p.m. in the elementary school. Everyone welcome. Women are asked to please bring a box lunch and cups. The regular meeting of Do- minion Rebekah Lodge will be held In the Oddfellows Hall Thursday at 8 p.m. Visitors welcome. Mrs. A. Hamilton has been appointed to the list of officers for the coming year. The Oldman River Potters Guild will hold a workshop on triple grouping, to be conduct- ed by Eleanor Forster, on Wed- nesday at p.m. at the Bow- man Art Centre. The Past Matrons o( Maple Leaf Chapter No. 7 OES, will meet on Wednesday at p.m. at the home of Mrs. H. A. Walter, 1603 20 St. S. Co-hos- tess will be Mrs. A. W. Rider. The spring tea of McKillop UCW is planned for Saturday, PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upitairs) EVERY THURS.-B p.m. oca April 15, from 2-5 p.m: in the church hall. There will be a bake table and a nursery pro- vided. Other dates set by the UCW executive are as follows: April 29, rummage sale, Octo- ber 13, harvest dinner, and No- vember 18, holly tea. There will be a meeting of the executive of the Sir Alex- ander Gait Chapter IODE, held at the home of Mrs. W. E. Mundell, 1714 6 Ave. S. on Thursday at 2 p.m. for the approval of annual reports. The Lethbridge Chapter of the Alberta Association of Reg- istered Nurses will meet at 8 p.m. Wednesday in St. Mich- ael's School of Nursing gymna- sium. Discussion of the Fast Report and a statement from the southern nurses as to nurs- ing education in Alberta are on the agenda. Nurses from Coal- dale and Magrath are invited to attend. A Christian Science testimony meeting will be held on Wed- nesday at p.m. in the church auditorium, 1203 4 Ave. S. Everyone welcome. Hamilton Home and School will present a preview of films presented by the Family Ser- vices Bureau on sex education and family living for all inter- ested parents in the school on Thursday at p.m. Discus- sion to follow. Parents are ask- ed to come and be part of the decision making group. HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needi Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effect! CAll 328-286O FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 lit AVE. S. LEGION BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY AT 8 p.m. JACKPOT BLACKOUT IN 53 NUMBERS OR LESS (Increasing one numbir per week until won) GAME JACKPOT Slh GAME (X) 10th GAME JACKPOT WON EVERY WEEK MEMORIAL HALL PUBLIC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY LOUNGE Children undif 16 not allowed Jponiored by tadlet Auilllanr Conadlpn letlen win Council of women cites dirty movies OTTAWA National Council of Women asked the federal cabinet today to take dirty movies off the GBC, abor- tion out of the Criminal Code end marijuana-users out of the criminal courts. The proposals were among eight resolutions in a brief read to Prime Minister Trudeau and several cabinet ministers by Mrs. John Hnatyshyn of Saska- toon, president of the council. About 35 women attended the closed-door meeting, which also included Justice Minister John Turner, Manpower Minister Otto Lang and Urban Affairs Minister Robert Andras, who is responsible for co-ordinating implementation of recommenda- tions of the royal commission on the status of women. Other proposals in the coun- cil's annual brief included uni- form nationwide highway regu- lations, more youth hostels, in- troduction cf the metric system, restrictions on exports of ob- jects of historical and cultural value and regulations on the Ca- nadian content of movie theatre showings. After Hie meeting, Prime Minister Trudeaii called the brief "very and said the government seeks to avoid "confrontation between the sexes." He was pleased that the gov- ernment had taken action on most of the items raised by the council. Mrs. Hnatyshyn said she sensed the cabinet was sympa- thetic and would act on the CITES TV INFLUENCE The council said television has proved to be a "profound and far-reaching influence in our ev- eryday life, and the number of demoralizing films is steadily increasing." It therefore urged the CBC to include more educational and higher-quality films on the net- work, and to make a careful selection of Sims shown in the early evening when children may be viewing. A press release accompanying the brief said that meant "elim- ination of undesirable films documentaries." The council stood by its long- standing recommendation that abortion should be removed from the Criminal Code because it "is a matter of personal rather than public morality and should be considered medical, not a legal procedure." While pressing for toiigher laws against drug trafficking, the group asked the government to "give attention to develop- ment, across Canada, of serv' ices which could be used as al< tematives to criminal proceed- ings in dealing with offences without a direct victim, with particular relevancy to mari- juana offences. URGES SPECIAL CENTRES It suggested specialized treat- ment centres and other means as well as "further use of prc- bationary orders in proceedings dealing with possession of mari- juana." The council commended the government for advances in leg- iolation dealing with women's working rights and unemploy- ment benefits. But it regretted that no new legislation had been introduced in the Commons to create day care centres, to aid family plan- ning or to ratify an Interna- t i o n a 1 Labor Organization agreement dealing with women's rights. The council proposed a fed- eral human rights commission, and higher tax exemptions for pensioners. READY FOR OLYMPICS These maroon and white ski outfits, modelled by Janice Holley and Clinton Palmer, will be used by ihe British Alpine Olympic Ski learn in the Winter Olympics at Sapporo, Japan next rnonlh. BETTER YIELD Chicken breasts may us cooked inslead of whole chick- ens and will yield a little more meat lhan a whole chicken of similar weight. PERLUX DRY CLEANING SALE Sale Continues Until Jan. 29 DRESSES (PLAIN 1 'PIECE) MEN'S 2-PIECE SUITS LADIES' 2-PIECE SUITS (PLAIN SKIRT) SLACK SUITS (SHORT TOP) 1.49 ONLY I EACH PERLUX CLEANERS 410 5th Si. S. Pick-Up Phono 3274646 Tuno'iy, Jtnu.ry M, THI LITHIMDOI HERALD 13 STOP NAMING HURRICANES AFTER WOMEN Miami women's lib associate Roxcy Bolfon talks wilh Nationol Hurricane Centre Director Dr. Robert H. Simpson hoping to stop the use of women's names in designating hurri- canes. Mrs. Bolton refers to a 1771 hurricane map show- ing a close grouping for four feminine names. Mrs. Bolton says names of United States senators should be uied as 1hey delight in having things named for them. Militant feminist advocates him-icanes, not hurricanes MIAMI (AP) Hurricanes should be named after U.S. senators instead of women, a Miami feminist has told a top- level gathering of weather ex- perts. And Roxcy Bolton says she's rather partial to dubbing the storms hun-icanes, too. She says hurricane sounds like her-icane. "I'm sick and tired of hear- ing that 'Cheryl was no lady as she devastated such and such a or 'Besty annihi- lated ths or said Mrs. Bolton, a former vice-presi- dent of the National Organiza- tion of Women. "As long as people can name her-icanes after us it's just another way of putting women down." Her proposal Wednesday to the annual national oceanic and atmospheric administra- tion hurricane season plan- ning conference received a chilly reception. Dr. Karl Johannessen, asso- ciate director of the national weather service, told Mrs. Bolton that naming the often- deadly storms alter women was nothing personal. But he balked at her suggestion to name them after senators. "Would you want to cast a slur on United States Sena- tors" he asked. He then suggested the names of men be used one year, the names of women the next in an alternating system. Clubwoman FREDEKICTON (CP) Lil- lian Staples of Frederlcton, Most Worshipful Grand Mis- tress of the Ladies Orange Be- nevolent Association of Canada for the last 18 months, died here recently after a brief ill- ness. She was previously Right Worshiplul Grand Mistress ot (he New Brunswick branch ot the order. LETHBRIDGE FISH GAME ASSN. WEDNESDAY AT 8 P.M. hh IIWIKIWM IVII BINGO IN THE EAGLES HALL 13th St. N. JACKPOT 56 NUMBERS-FREE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS (4lh, Ith and Ulh) in 7 Numbcn NO CHIIDMN UNDfR 16 B SIMPSONS-SEARS Helena Rubenstein Ultra Feminine Sale For youthful looking skin Estropjenic Hormone Cream with rVogeilerone. Helena Rublnitein'i world fomoui beauty preparation guarantee) your ikin mutt look younger (n 30 dayi or your money back. 4-oi.. price C ftfl OiUU Emollient Moiituriiing Emulilon I emulated with ingre- ditnn to help repltnliih your ikln'j emollient and moisture needs during the daytime hours. C flft 4-oz. Reg. Price Now Only O.UU Hand Lotion For youthful looking handi, 8-or. Reg. Price Now Only 2.25 Quality Costs No More at SimpsoiM-Scars STOM HOUKS-. Opin Dully 9 o.m. to p.m. Thursday and 9 Cintrt ;