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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta inc LCinDmuuc ncnMi.u wuiy -The Herald Family Metis spokesman attacks policy of women's hostel EDMONTON A spokesman for the Alberta Metis Association says an emergency hostel for transient womut should be closed because it makes it possible for women to continue on skid road with alcoholism and exploitation. Muriel co-ordinator of the provincial Metis association's Manpower Outreach said the current shelter with its poor physical conditions and its poljcy is doing as much harm not doing anything as not being She said the open to any woman at any time with no questions makes it possible for women to continue in ways harmful to themselves and others Mrs Venne and various native women's groups are drafting a proposal to the provincial government for an alternative to the present shelter. Their concern sterns from the fact that about 80 per cent the women who use the Dresent shelter are native. When native groups first Degan working with the shelter last fall admired .he job those people were doing under hellish Mrs. Venne said. we finally had to say hat what they're doing is .vrong from the native point of We're saying their good ntentions are resulting in the urther destruction of native in the She disagreed with the shelter's off attitude let the firls do what they don't pass judgment on hem can sleep all day. and go 'whenever they want In that how can .hey provide these women .vith an alternative to the life hey She said the shelter proposed by native groups would turn some women adding that although they may turn to prostitution to find a bed for the may have the money to take care of an area for good healthy telling it as it is. Our native people could tell a native 'You can't flop here after spending all your money' and she'd accept it. But let a white person tell her that There should be a small emergency facility some women will be stuck for a place to but it should be adequate and have medical meals and some basic regulations having to wash and get up during the Mrs. Venne said. if the woman isn't it's not for lack of opportunity. Now there's no The women's overnight shelter was opened four years ago to serve transient women who wouldn't go to established agencies where there are and to give them an alternative to prostitution. The shelter currently is without provincial aid. Since the shelter management has been asking the government to establish the kind of facility that native groups now are calling for a shelter comparable to the hostel for single services ranging from meals and medical care to recreation and counselling Freddie the shelter's public relations said m a letter to Mrs. the facilities at the Edmonton women's shelter to say the inadequate is I think you misdirected your anger and frustration. is not members of the shelter committee who feel the present shelter is 'good enough.' she wrote. is society who likes to hide its head in the sand and hope we will go iH EjO La Ann Landers PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES BLACKOUT Until LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM EVERY Dear I had my first sexual experience when I was 17 The girl was 16 and had been around a lot. I hate to sound a but she really talked me into it I admit I was curious because .the guys I ran with talked plenty about the girls they had scored with. Somehow I could never get up the nerve When this bird invited me to her she told me her folks were gcmg to a party I suggested she invite another couple and she gotta be crazy. It's time you and I got together I knew pretty much what she had in mind. I spent about one hour with her and couldn't wait to get out of the house Everything happened so fast and I felt so cheap I was really ashamed of myself. The next day at school I ducked around behind the RAFFLE WINNER Winner of the recent S.N.H. raffle was MRS. IRENE LUKENDA 1130-6th St. N. 5th Ave. N. JULY 23rd 8 P.M. JACKPOT IN 52 NUMBERS 4th-0th-l2th Garnet Doubled in 7 or Last Free and 25c per S Carde Children Under 16 Sponiored By A.U.U.C. Atiociation COSTANZO'S DAY CARE CENTRE 1116 3rd A venue South Lethbridge Now Registering for Fall Telephone 328-5057 or 328-1705 A.N.A.F. VETERANS CLUB UNIT 34 PUBLIC BINGO lockers when I saw her coming. I never took her out again and to this whenever I see her I feel like a rat. That experience blocked out any desire to go all the way until my second year of college Last semester I began to go with a great little woman. We've been seeing each other for four months and I think I'm in love. 20 I don't know where this relationship will but I hope it leads to marriage I wouldn't swear on a stack of Bibles that we won't have sex before we because our feelings for each other are very strong. But if we it won't be like my first because I really care about this dame. And that's the difference. Mr. Anonymous Please Dear Mr. I respect your honesty and wish you and your girl the best of luck. Dear Ann I am writing to help a although she insists there is nothing wrong We've both been married 12 years and have young children. Her three year old son is so destructive and unmanageable that I fear for him He bites hits other and tried to hold my son's head under the water when they were in the pool last week. I'm honestly afraid of what that youngster might do His father ignores calls him a ''rotten and his mother outgrow I'm afraid the child feels unloved and is screaming for attention. tell me what I can do to help. Momroneck Friend Dear You ARE a friend. I hope they appreciate you. That child needs to be evaluated. He sounds hyperkinetic or emotionally disturbed. He needs counselling and perhaps medication. The boy's pediatrician should guide the mother and I hope she seeks his advice soon. EVERY TUESDAY 8 P.M. NEW ANAF HALL MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS IN THE CLUBHOOMS SCflA M or ON Hi. MT wnk Hntll Consolation Jackpot or won. 16 GAMES ALL BINGOS DOUBLED ON 6BEEN CARD NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 YEARS OF AGE NO BINGO JULY 16 WUKIND Jriy 26 ft 27- EatirtilMWrt in IN dntMH SiMrdiy NEW DINING ROOM HOURS MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 12 NOON TO 8 P.M. CONTINUOUS For ANAF MMbtfi nt Ihiir Invttid Guutt oilvl BINGO July 22 Jackpot In 56 Not. Pay Oouhle Cards Regular Carde or S lor SI 13th St. and 6th Ave. N. No Children under 16 allowed The Big-g-g deal Jeff seems relatively unimpressed by artist Margaret Hath- away's attempt at show- ing him the complexities of cut-out figures. Jeff is one of many children involved in Artists With Their a summer art program in Toronto. The program is jointly sponsored by the Art Gal- lery of Ontario and the Enoch Turner School- house Foundation and will culminate in a show- ing of children's art on August 30. More teethers unsafe OTTAWA The con- sumer affairs department has released a list of fluid-filled baby teething rings it says are unsafe The department said in a news release Friday that the models cited are being remov- ed from store shelves. Families owning one should boil it for 15 minutes to kill the germs it contains. If it falls apart during the they should throw it out. The models the department found Bedford Industries models 3300. 3303. Chan'ex model and WestJand Plas- tics model Kool Duck W P. distributed by Changex Inc Drug Distributing Co. and Norman Wholesale. By LINDA WH1TSON District Home Economist in training Last week we talked about Nutrition Canada a survey done to see how well Canadians were eating. It was discovered that our diets real- ly aren't all that nutritionally sound. What can we do about if The first step is to realize what we should be eating. Here is a copy of Canada's Food put out by the Department of National Health and Welfare. Children to about 11 2V2 cups fl. Adolescents 4 cups fl. Adults cups fl. Expectant and nursing mothers 4 cups Two servings of fruit or juice including a satisfactory source of Vitamin C such as vitamized apple juice One serv- ing of potatoes Two servings of other preferably yellow or green and often raw BREAD AND Bread butter or fortified One serving of whole grain cereal MEAT AND One serving of fish or poultry Eat liver occasionally dried beans or peas may be used in place of meat In eggs and cheese each at least three times a week VITAMIN 400 Inter- national Units for all growing persons and expectant and nursing mothers Approved by the Canadian Council on 1961 If you would like more infor- mation on nutrition and meal drop in or write to the office. DON'T KEEP AROUND Refrigerated leftover egg yolks and whites should be used within two to four days. 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