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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Thundoy. Januory If 1973 THE IETHBKIDGE HEPALD _ If THE BETTER HALF By Barnes I Liberated drop-in centre offers sisterhood to women 3: 1 I r> C J Q i A nO'C r o rn yOur rp OI n f Ann Landers DEAR A.VN LANDERS: I'll be-, you've already heard more than you care io irom cat-lovers and dog-hater? May 1 have the word? The of ihci pei'on saving. "All cat-haier? are viciQiii. HIOFJ: arid unceihEiwed. 1 have never met R cat-naier ivho ivasn'i a 5coLindrel." Have you ever been awakened in tte desri of night by rhai auiu! nov. of a cst during moon? It's enough to your hsL- on end. On the other hand, do you know wha! it it :o swasen to the lovely melody of a mocking- bird or a red-'A sea blackbird or even s common sparrow? Have you ever fed lovely creiiures acd seen them be- come so tame thev would sit on your shoulder and eat out of your hand? They harm no one. only help to keep irees snd free of insect. Cats, do THEY Trey rp hosiery and draperies slid luiT.iiure Bui yei. >ou gone oui inio me ar.d fojnd i-i> head, or a wins and the feet o: a liiile ini-d a.! lhai was ieii of him? Of course il was cai did 'he dirty work Cst5 DO hsve a place In s bam. Tub the rsts. J.K M. Friends J K M.: Take thai and thai and thai all you cat lovers. DEAR A.XX LANDERS. My hushand ar.d 1 have a good marriage. I sin coi ihe ipalou? rype and fo far as I know Denny has been unfailhful. We have been married less than 'three RccaT.'iV Denny wen: to Buffalo on business. Hi? boss secomparueo him a; ihe las- minuie. Denny and 1 are very friendly vvnh s wup> in Buffalo. The met Denny at the ejrport. She'r an attractive gal and ihe boss assumed she n-as his mistress Denny thought u highly amus- ing and didn't bother to set him straight. He seems pleased that hi; now thinks he s a womanizer. Dennv rela'ed the incident to me 1 TSS ver.1 hurt. 1 feel Lhis is a reflection cm me and I sm not sure I could ever socialize wi'Ji hi? bos? and his tiie Arr. I maknir too much oi it? I ha'.e foolish, but I don'; like being" depressed Troubled Mind DEAR He who excuses himself accuses himself. irjsb.iixi vvas DO: io go ou; of his wsy io the 55 i friend of the family, e.c. You cannot read me boss's mine and neither can your husband. I'll bet he s pot the picture straighier than >ou think. My advice i? lo [01- pet it. DEAR LANDERS.. People gripe through >our umr. a lo: so p'.ease me my turn To n'hom it Mav ai! you emply-headed idiois n-ho keep askmc me il I'm going to be a doctor jus! because my dad ir one The answr NO. Tne reason I am working as a janitor b a doctor's office is because I am under legal see to get a job 1 hate i' when someone says. "Oh. so you're going to be s loo'." Or when I put 3 bandage on a kid in neighborhood who has t. scratch, they say. "Practicine medi- cine, just bkc GEG." 1 wish peop'.e -.voula quit saving i: It on m> nenes. I U bet this goes for lots of doctors' sons. about a smart answer for these kwks? -I Want To Be AT. .Architect DEAR ARCH You cor.'t need a smart rojm and one Tnere is no law that says a son foUov. father'? occupation On the other hand. v. ny -are you so hostile to your dad? Think about that for a (Catena a i' of local Ii TV. JEAN CP Women's Editor TORONTO ICP) The sisn on the door says "women The women who go in fe looking for a loi oi things They drop in io find out "'hat ihe uompn's liberation move- ment is all aboui. They come lookins ior help from a ducp- or. a Thev come for a course on ho-.v to iix ihe plurabijia. They come lo talk '.0 other omen. The s Plsct beaan s year Ii is run ov a co 11e o of about 20 women, p.bcmi teei s working on a basis, and by paid staff when ily-re is money available. Stephanie Penney says of several such centres in the country. She would like io see more, she says, in ever> kind 01" neighborhood. She- con- M'Jera tr.f-m a .service ihe fem- inl-l movement should be providing. nefd a place io rx? v.iih v.omen. They have been c-ompeiiiive for so long, liit-y 'need a feeling of sisterhood. of Kitins "You make a lot of friends here, which is nice." S'.ophanie stid ;he anains! c-olltcive was sparked by Sandy S'.einecker after a large lemirris'. meeting that gave the idea its final rnipeiue. thought there should be a ihing started for women 1'iiv. coming imo the movement or looking for 10 rto in the movement. broke women irro four levels. Irom hostile 10 Since ihe biggesl number aie or don't know anyihmg about the movement. ihi? the main interest. "They decided ihe besi v.fcy io reat-h ur.fuimnir.ed uomen io sei up some kind of centre for information, a place io meet io see and read literature, io ?alk to v.crrun more knowldgeable aboui the movement." Tney began by get: ins in touch with women's Likely Lo interested in the project and by spreading me v.ord. Tneir first money came from persona! ccmrihu'ior.s. 55 some of il ?till does. They 20; h smal] office :n bui'dmji and sent our s mak- ing describing tlieir plan- end asking for more money. Trx-y go: an for Vouih gram that paid nine salaries for the summer and now have a citizenship grant from the department of the of stale. tte eo'. irjs I: used t-j Mr a beauiy salon, oi irunss We get perhaps 20 people e '.veek aroppins in. looking for or they've seen the and they're curious or they v. an! medical help Som? t-DJTje in 10 11 Women caU up arid Lhey >dy v.'.'ia! a: e oj and are you duing and we try 'o they ioio groups. Stephanie said she would like T.o M-e erai deveiop- meni- from the work at The Women'? Place. She would ke to it- v.omen in the community. She bkc- "j iee the c-on- CJOiisnesb-reismg groups be- ome working And he would like U) see it a ?mre '.vht-re a radical group work snd oth- ers. happening! The LcLhb-Qce Fish and ine North Room. Light refresh- G s m e Junior Forest mem will be a; ar-i GL-J Fores: Guards Members who eiiiov nc--d a woe ay Kike and Ing the mouth sre ei> n.ifi? Friday, pm rouraaed io bring their a-. College and Saturday M c-.m 21 t o "i h Ciillece and provide1 fiinht'T roid nio tiar.ce F rid.iy se :or a' p.m. in ihe eienier.iary >nool ir. Maclc.xi Round d.-r.oo practice a; S p ni s -A'gu'.rr" slid D :n ;r "ere-ied in sqiuu'e come. 'he Fszles Ha'.i Hwiessef V arrar.SM McKil'op Inred CGFT execjtive o' ;he Sir C'.rl? will hold the annual cof- ilexaixler Gal; Chapler. IODE. on Sainrcay. Feb. moei ai P.45 a.m. fi-om 10 s m. to 12 noon, in t'ne r i :he hon-.p o; Owen Wil- church hail There will N> a S: Annual bake Table and a utiiie piephant reooi'L? will i'f apprnx wi a! >ait% welcomr. time. Tne Minus One Club will hold T'V a dr.nce in ihe Polisli Hail. Ssi- D T u Ii urd.ty from 9 p m lo 1 s m. xn ilii S: S. by the Country Mom- v-lMvopoii from 9 M H'30 pm. and welcome. For There lie panics [unhfr information please call and dancinp in r.JT-H-lR after p m FABRIC I A QUMITY 8V T4RP' I Specializing in Fabrics, I Drapery, and Sewing Needs I Centre Village Moll J28-4536 I 1973. THE YEAR YOUR CAR BECAME OBSOLETE. MAZDA1973. THE YEAR OF THE ROTARY. The year Mazda ir.trooucp? a complete new of rotary eno-ine' cars .The Mazna RX-3's. the year thousand? of Canadian? switch from the old piston en.eine to modern Mazda Rotary Power. The year other major car manulacttirers scramble to catch up with Mazda Rotary leadership. PRO MOTORS LIMITED 1520 -2nd Avenue, OVER 150 DEALERS TO SERVE VOf MAST TO COAST ;