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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta l HE LETHBRIOGE Juno A bortions can be reduced TORONTO (CP) Pin His, founder ol Central Abortion Heteiral and Educauon Services in Toronto savs the risk ol repeat can be reduced il uomen are given adequate contraceptive mtor mation and encouragement Miss Lurrv said it is in creasmgh difficult for women to obtain repeat abortions in Canada because theie is a premium on the amount of hospital space available toi abortions and the counselling that is required The Canadian Press dis tnbuted an erroneous report quoting Miss Currv as saung women are becoming used to the idea of abortions and after the first one it gets easier to have an abortion DEBRA LEE CRONKHITE Daughter of Mr and Mrs Ha! Cronkhite of New Dayton received her Bachelor of Education at Sp-mg Convocation exer- cises at the University of Calgary She will be teaching at the Cham- pion School m the fall City names girl weed inspector by JUDE CAMPBkLL Herald Staff Writer (Jgarv and Edmonton s loss was Lethbndge s> gain when old Susan Reti turned down job opportunities in those 11tie1, to take on weed inspecting here I he hist vear horticulture student from Olds College says she tuids her new sunimei job leallv intei esting and spends much ol her time checking back allevs vacant lots and ansueiing complaints Her territory involves the entire city the West Lethbndge development and Indian Battle Park People that I have spoken to so fai have been verj friendly and Usualn curious about my job and how I got it says Miss Heti I don t know if the men inspectors got tht same kind of tieatment but the public is sure nice to me Miss Reti savs many ot the weed ordinances she issues come about from neighborhood complaints leceived by phone Her first step is to contact the property owner and if weed control has not been implemented within seven days or 10 days if the propertv is on the outskirts of the city she sends city workmen to do the job The work crews are not the best alternative horn the point ot view There is a minimum charge ol for cutting tne weeds and the price goes up depending on how long it the men to do it she say3 Owners who refuse to pay find tne charges added to the following vear s municipal taxes In general Miss Reti Lethbndge residents take good f are of their propertv and although some weeds are a problem at this time of year most people are romg well in controlling them During the first part of the summer mustaru flax stinkweed and shepherds purse are the worst weeds in the She the best metnod of control is to destroy the patches before the weeds go to seed and spread or Use commercial weed spravs ft s really quite easy to tell if the weed is in the seed stage and most people do get them before more damage is done But if they re left there will be a new crop next year In assessing complaints or finding infested property on her own Miss Reti says she relies on personal judgement when considering an ordinance As a rule of thumb property which is half covered with weeds is considered out of hand and the owner is contacted Miss Reti says residents with complaints may contact the commanm services office but she warns that complaints of propertv over-run with dandelions does not come under her jurisdiction They re not considered noxious weeds she say s Her job as the first woman weed inspector in the city will come to an end along witn the weed s-eason at the end of September Checking weed growth Susan Reti keeps an eye on spreading weeds PRESSURE You'll never feel it. WEIGHT There's a class near you LETHBRIDGE St. Augustine's Any! Church 11 Street and 4th Avenue S Tuesdays 1 p m 7 30 p.m FRANK Civic Centre Thursday. 7 30 p m RIDICULE We never use it. WEIGHT Join Now! TABER Civic Centre Thursdays. 7 30 p m PINCHER CREEK Town Hall Mondays. 7.30 p m CRITICISM We don't believe in it. WEIGHT CALL ZE-06124 TOLL FREE Club corner notes} The Lethbndge Fish and Game Junior f-orest Wardens and Girl Forest Guards will hold a family picnic Sunday at 2 p m at Park Lake Supper will be potluck and members are asked to bring a favorite dish salad or dessert Eating utensils must be brought along The Saddle Club will i.icet Monday at 7 30 p m a' the Cluo giounds A club clinic will be held June 15 and lb with instructor Randy Dunham of Calgary with entries limited to memDers A weiner roast will follow The Lethbndge Women's Institute will hold the regular monthly meeting Monday at 7 30 p m in the gas company auditorium Facts and history of Quebec will be presented Members are asked to bring squares Visiting institutes 11 ill be present The tegular monthly meeting of the Canadian Pacific Railway Pensioners Association will be held in the club rooms Tuesday at 2 p m Ail members are asked to attend The Ladies Auxiliary to the Roval Canachsn Legion will ,eet ?vlunday at 8 p rn in the vle.nonal Hall This oe the last meeting for the season and A good attendance is requested Tau chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will hold a chapter reunion tonight at 5 at the Lethbndge Countrv Club This will be the 20th anniversary of the chapter and members are e from points in British C c i m D i a and Ne'v Brunswick Ladies of Lethbndge Lodge 32, Order of the Royal Purple will meet Monday at 8 p m in the Elks Hall Lunch to follow St Patricks CWL groups will meet as follows Irene Bartram with Bea Pisko, 712 st S Tuesday at 6 p m Monica Noel with Amanda Wolfe 2806 6th Ave S Wednesday, June 19 at 6 15 p m Frances Costanzo with Elaine Schill 231 Dieppe Blvd Wednesday at 1 30 p m Joan Steele with Louise Laqua, 1131 llth St S Wednesday at 8 30 p m Marion Flock at 1003 12th St B S Wednesday at 8 p m First United LiCW units will meet as follows Margaret Atkins Thursday at 12 30 p m for potluck luncheon at the home of Ruth Maslen 1802 7th Ave N Annie I Chappell Tuesday at 1 p m for potluck luncheon with Gladys Stevenson 1409 3rd Ave A N Jubilee Tuesday at 6 30 p m for potluck supper with Vi Rhodes 1232 5th Ave Emily Lytle Thursday at 2 pm "with Mary Clayton 509 HELP US TO HELP OTHERS1 The Salvation Army Welfare Services Nttd Clothing. Furmiurr Ttys. HawKoU EHtcls Call 2MO For Pickup Service OR LEAVE AT 412 1st AVE. S CASH BINGO TOWGHT, SAiuttAY O'CLOCK TIMERS HALL A CD F.Ki5d LCJC ptpt is. C! KS rtr; Snrfij fiK 7 -tetfsl; JACKPOTS NOW and (Looted Neil to No !f you're in neea of extra school credits or courses, you can pick them up at home during the summer through the Alberta Summer Scnool Correspon- dence Program Hundreds of students have found that this is one great way to catch up regular school work or get the jump on next year's courses, and you work m the familiar surroundings of your own home Now is the time to apply, all courses must be completed by the end of August Sze your principal for an application f: n or use this coupon ACT NOW PLEASE SEND ME INFORMATION AND APPLICATION FORM Narr.e Addres- School Amended Last Year Grade MAIL TO THE DIRECTOR ALBERTA CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION EDMONTON, ALBERTA EDUCATION Summer School Correspondence Program l H 6 a NO GLARE! CENSES nq from an havr- "hrrr n r-Tt y f OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. _ 301- 7th ST S LETHBRIDGE PSon, 327 Ann Landers Dear Awn Landers: My sister who was only 38 died of cancer In addition to the gi lef we experienced another problem and this is what I am writing about It is too late to undo the damage, but I hope this letter will help others who may one day face a similar situation My sister had three children the youngest was five Her husband refused to allow the five-year-old to attend the funeral (Open casket but the restoration job was remarkably good Only the two older children, 10 and 12 were permitted to attend the funeral The five-year-old became upset She asked a great many questions which were not answered properly The child felt she was being denied a last chance to see her mother Now she is very angrv with her father who made the decision Will you please give us your views' Do you believe the child would have experienced recurring nightmares (her father s basis for reiusal) and that he did the right thing by pi electing her from the trauma9 Thank you for your answer whatever it is Garden Dear G C Even at the age of five, a child has an awareness of death When he finds lifeless birds on the sidewalk or his fish or his cat or dog dies he knows that life is over for that creature and he will have to be put away someplace According to Jules Furth, a Chicago funeial director and my principal consultant in these matters, children should not be denied the experience ot attending the funeral of a close relative Leaving out the youngster could lead him to believe he was not as important to his mother as the children who were permitted to attend It on the other hand, the child does NOT want to attend, he shouldn t be encouraged to do so The decision should be up to him Dear Ann Landers- For several years I was married to a man who insisted on having affairs with his students He was deceitful exploitive and an accomplished liar When he made mv life intolerable I divorced him But he did NOT snore Now I have found a man who is considerate generous talented and completely charming He helps me with the cooking and marketing We are not only wonderful lovers but good friends He however DOES snore I took the advice you gave someone who wrote in several months ago and invested 25 in earplugs Although they do not block out snoring completely the help some The point of this letter is to tell you that a good night's sleep depends more on how you feel about the person than whether or not there is noise m the room Mate Dear Mate Of course you are right In fact some women claim they enjoy the sound of their husband's snoring (At least they know where he is 12th St Magowan- Harleman Thursday at i2 30 p m for potluck luncheon with Clara Thompson, 633 10th St N Whitmore-Johnston Thursday at 6 30 p m for potluck supper with Jean Wasyhshen, 709 12th St C N The Lethbndge Christian Women s Club will hold a non- denominational luncheon at 1 15 p m Monday at Sven Encksen s Family Restaurant F.O.E. 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