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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Just Jude By JUDE TURIC mamma MI nun nun nanism wi wiirtMiiiiiiiiiiti rpIIE greatest affliction though! up by mankind, has got to bo the intamous blind date. Blind dates are a curse, invented by the establish- ment in an attempt to many off those ui our so- ciety who have fallen prey to the term 'old maid in every burg, there resides a local matchmaker, who through numerous devious means, manages to discover which maidens are prime subjects, and which knights are viable suitors This matchmaker then begins to set up snares and traps, and sprinkles about lies which are meant lo enhance lhe attributes of both parties, and before long, succeeds in introducing the unfortunate pair. With a little help from devilish-minded fi tends of the victims, the entire ploy comes into being. In the initial skirmish, giggly hcllos are ex- changed, the lella fumbles with a soggy handshake, and if truly well informed by the matchmaker, be- stows on the girl her favorite trinket Problem No said candies, he heaid panties. The drive downtown is uneventful to the point of total boredom, and includes a blow-by-blow ac- count of how lo raise queen bees m a no-pet apart- ment and not get caught Problem No. brought a sample bee. she's terrified, and hits the jar He lets go, it breaks, and his pride and joy buzzes away into the night The restaurant is posh, very continental, and the menu is in French He orders expeitly she waits excitedly and re- lents to the point of thinking bees aren t that bad after all, as supper arrives Problem No. 3 They agreed on menu items, he thought she read French, she was fooling Alter wading thiough the octopus baby crabs and Thurtiioy, July 13, 1972 _ THE IETHBRIDGI HERAIB If TG w Barry Van Lare added (hat n is help- ing some persons on welfare "meet their responsibility ac- tively to seek employment In the first nine months of the program, 22.748 welfare lecipi- cnls- were placed in jobs An additional 3H 124 were removed Irom wellaie for failing to le- porl for job interviews or for other reasons Under the program enacted by (he 1973 legislature and put into effect .lulv I. 1871. welfare an a out the United Church of Canada. Christie, first woman in the 47- butter-dipped clams, both greenly agree to call it a night, silently thinking of four-letter descriptne ad- Problem No 4 the car accident wasn t .serious, so Ihev thought, but the other guy laised a fus.s and there they were, sitting in the cop-shop till 3 a m. Finally home, she closes the door softly so Room- j disappeared with mate won I wake up. holds up his gosh-awlu' present, and smiles, thinking; "thank God ft s see the creep again Last standing there smirking, asking for a a m. black-lace-panUes-m-your-hand explanation. Golly, Nurse, are you that kind to everyone? OFFICE FURNITURE POST OFFICE BOX 938 LETHBRIDGE, AtBERTA lower Level 7th Street Shopping Mall 316 7th St. South Phone (403) 328-7417 President STAN WORBOYS Door-to-door campaign on birth control methods because the division is so I the values which ought to gov- M i and the responsibility so ern our choices and actions 134. will he among lhe dele-1 mston ot the church to slgnjflcant for lhe church' and Liberation would include gales when the highest policy-j he nominated lor the post I its participants." women's libetation thai of making body of the church The withdrawal of Dr. Chi is-j Di Christie is deputy .secie- drugs and libciation in. m'nn hCre the Man- iary Of the division of' mission underdeveloped countries. R hi, conference, was an-1 in Canada She formerly was i He said discussions on future Bui the possibility of a worn- nounced by the church in To-j sea-elan- of the board of" worn-! Probe the patte.ns an presiding over lhe council ronto earlier this week. She en now absoibed with four Irends of the present tech- the with-1 said at the time. boalds the j nological s o c 1 c I y to discover of mission. i w h e r e Canada and the world Dr. C h ri s t i e's withdrawal 'Community is headed. The leai es three clergymen and one j church, through general cnun- layman in lhe ninnmg for lhe'cil- also ttould ask lf lnaf is highest clerical position in the "we want to go and what I be made from the floor when alternatives (here are." the general council holds its I--------------------- HAMILTON CPi Birth-: excluded Most of the peo- meeting Aug. 15 control informalion is being of- pie chosen have no more lhan! DELEGATES fered door-lo-door in a 12-month campaign by the Planned Par- enthood Chmc. Marylen Wharf of lhe clinic says 22 Irahied case-aid workers 'OUUIl Kecent guest r al the home of Mrs Gae E Todd were Cecil- ia Fredrick of Edmonton and Mrs Sandy 'Greta! Andeison of Vancouvei 1 recipients are sorted Jnfro basic who can j hold jobs and those who cannot ]f the leapient were classified as e rn p i o y a b I e. his cheque would be sent to the local state where he must pick it up in person When he shows up. he K re- ferred to a training program or to a ioh if one is available If he doeh not piuSi up his cheque, hip j welfare eligibility is withdrawn i If he gets his cheque but does I not take the job he also u diopped from welfare, 1 The department sampled 4itt fob placements lor last Septen> her as the for the study of (he program's lesults and fol- lowed up hy determining how man} of those placed in still working in Decembei Figures showed that 32 per cent of the lasted one week i or less onh about one-third still had jobs at the end of Nov- ember Buf Van -said the bare figures do not reveal a third j who left the Ini- tial job but found work else- where and stayed off welfare Lavme and Van Laie said the 1 study did nol attempt to put a dollar figure on the success of the program La vine said j biggest benefit was "the crea- tion of an atmosphere which en- courages people to look for env ployment Grade 12 schooling bul they! rheie are m know Iheir community, are par-' ca'led commissioners to ents themselves and in many I 2M general council, nominated have talked lo about 8 500 peo- ple since Jan. 10 Only aboul two per cent of lhe people visited have refused to tall: lo lhe workers, and Mrs. Wharf says she has had only two indignanl phone calls One uoman called lhe workers sex snoopers The other said she re- sented lhe visit as an invasion of pnvacy. The campaign is being car- ried on in low-income areas 11 i grew out of concern over infor- cases speak two languages by the 94 Canadian presbyteries Mrs. Wharf says they also be-' and slx overseas. They repre- catenae local It lappeiunql JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday Evening, July 13th Sponsored by Ladies' Aid of St. Peter and St. Paul's Church STARTS 8 00 P M. SHARP-PARISH HAU CORNER 12th STREET B AND 7lh AVENUE NORTH Jackpot Starts at and is Won Every Thursday 2nd jackpot _ JI35 in 57 Numbers 5th 7 No Jackpot S40 Pot 'o Gold 2Sc PER CARD OR 5 FOR SI.00 ALSO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZC Person! under 16 years not allowed lieve in family planning sent 2 2 million members and i Belhlen Pi esbvlerian Church 'the 1020 10th Ave N. location Half ate clerical, half laymen i Tins is for children of am- faith number "of the group work-1 Professcd adherents, the largesl will sponsor an'Snlerdenomma- ing wilh as now are eilhei on domination in Can-1 Vacalion Bible School al welfare or on family benefits Allhough their main job is to spread birth-control informa- the 134 w o me n, eight fiom kindergarten age tion, they were told how to refer aj e 'Grade 6 It will begin Tuesday people to social agencies. The-v wi" dwcuss church pol- and continue through to worker helped prevenl a woman 'c-v ln four areas of Saturday. July 22 fiom 9 30 lo from lakmg an overdose of i Canada s identity, liberation, j 11 30 p m. daily. Theme of the drugs. Another encouraged a environment and future society teaching is brotherhood and needed visit to a doctor. j Hev. George Morrison of To-1unilj As well as bible study The worker: Wharf every e rtv studv cuss the visits they've I An anonymous form is filled and research council rf j Deluding age group of the person interviewed, number of ers meel with Mrs j who succeeded Er- I here will be crafts and games y two weeks to dis-1 nest E- Ij0nS Ju'.v as secre- j and refreshments, with part of mation n a report done Hamilton. Mrs. Wharf says two conclu- sions were lhai professional helpers were not reaching peo- ple on the subject of birth con- trol and that much misinforma- tion was handed around in con- versation When time came to choose and tram the staff, professionals lary U'e genera' haq lhe proKram held aid that on identity, the chinch lawn. is welcome 's Summer Sale children, occupations and whal contraceptive methods the hus- band and wife use At the end of the year Mrs Wharf will write a report on lhe program It is a demonstration program and funded by lhe de- partmenl of nalional health and welfare grants division. "We will then be able to as- I sess if we were correct in our premise that an indigenous worker is more effective in such than a professional per- son.'1 Continues thru Saturday Ladies' and Cfaildren's DRESSES NOW Lodies' BLAZERS NOW K I Wee Whimsy ladies' and Children's PANT SUITS H OFF! Ladies' SKIRTS OFF! Many More Items Now at Reduced Prices at 's Ladies' Children's Wear Jen's Uniform Centre White Colored Uniforms PANTSUITS HOT PANTS All Ready Made Uniforms Registered LaCross JEN'S UNIFORM CENTRE 404 5th Street South (Upstairs) Phone 328-3631 CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS Barbara WHAT'S IN STORE? by Lois McLean Davis Calgary ij lhe place they began Alberta's l-Morl and the World's Stampede All roads lead to the city far this ten day event Highways ate cramed with cars towing trailers, looking like oveisiie knapsacks Camp- er trucks follow like turtles, each with his house on his back Calgary wears a Stetson hot, its in rough hewn slabs and lives a 'oncp upon a time corns true' It's, a tirrte when Calgary throws a rope o round the past history and pins it down to the present The concept of Alberta's unique L-Mort stores woi began as Lo blows in 1919, grew a grocery store with on informal, western approach That was in 1969 The somB friendly spirit is olive and well and waiting for you when you shop for your regular orders or special camping food ot L-Mart SURF1RE CAMPFIRE COOKERY One of the winners m camping food the Puritan line Beef or Irish stew, wieners and beans ot with meat bolls are delicious nourish men I Hondy tun, these moke a great dinner for two at 43c THE TRY HARDER LARDER Another item that liti nicely in lo a 1ro veil ing lard ft' is by Golden Kist. This in yummv flavors, is pocked in a handy 12 ounce size But that's not all! This container was left ot the last coropsite'' end a clear plastic lid Finger ihot require no cutlery or have Kambly i ever-so good cookies. TORONTO, July l.Uh I'llorc s a totally new kind of sani- protection REE- Even Have voti heard'' STAYFREE 322 13th St. North Phons 327-5687 BINGO Scandinavian Half 229 12th SI. "C" N. Fri., July 14 Starlt p.m. Doors Open at 7 00 p m. 5 Cards for GOLD CARDS PAY DOUBLE EACH 4th, 8th and 13th in 7 Number! WORTH in 52 Number! Sorry No One Undflr U Ytarl of Ago Allowtif from JOHNSON i................... month two kinds of penotij. i And l.mht Tampons and napkins I rake care of the liiM tuo or three hcavj days Now Stayfree- mini pads protect yon when all yon need is comfortable protection WeiRlnnq onlv 1 10 of an ounce. Stayfree- i.s a soft, pliant pad of absorbent cellulose, rayon and polyethylene that you simply press against your panties or girdle An adhesive strip keeps II locked on automatically At last a I product designed especially for that second kind of period STAYFREE' from Johnson i Johnson rowiffn; OH THE BLISS OF HIP balmy days the luscious fresh fruits .tnrl venetnbles Sometimes, however, when we overindulge our for those Summer treat.s, we brinfi on an nllack of that distressing nil- m en t diarrhea. If this happens lo you or your children, do over (i generations of ('atiadinns have take OR FOWI.KK'S EXTRACT OF STRAWBERRY Fowler's, formulated from roots and herbs qinrklv rHievrs nausc.i nnd rrnmi's and restores intestinal balance n comfort lo have Pr Fowlers Extract on hand any Season' DON'T BE EMBARRASSED ntxmt hemorrhoids jmnvthinp about them A re.nownori research institute has found n unique healinp substance with the ability to shrink hemorrhoids pnin- lossly. In case after rase, it was shown to quickly relieve ilchinR and discomfort nnri help speed up lhe healing of (he injured inflamed This ftitaiiinir ( is offered in ointment and suppository form called Preparation H You can ask for K nt nil drugstores And if you aren't cnmnletdy satisfied jrour auuioy will be rdumkxL FOILED AGAIN One of the muu have n foil WIOD Reynold- use it foi an extra plate and DON'T THROW IT AWAY un- lil you've tried it a disposable src-unna pod 'Nol for dishes with a specially treated surface however A crumble of Reynold foil wrop has removed fgp whitp cooked on) for me when all else fmloci PAMPER YOUR HAMPER EcologiMi have ronvmcrd mp that poppf plotR-, is o 'no no' the choice rhu yeoi will be Hostess pretty poc kables. 'Maybe t! will bp ecuy to con the children into cleomng up dishes in such gorgeom colon ITEMS TO ADD TO YOUR L-MART LIST. PURITAN DINNERS GOLDEN KIST JAM WATERMELON CANTALOUPE KAMBLY'S COOKIES REYNOLD'S FOIL WRAP HOSTESS PLATES ond CUTLERY Your invilfd. WRITE TO BOX 31, LETHBRIDGE HERALD ;