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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THf UTHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, Juno 18, 1970 -rami For The Record By MARILYN ANDERSON Herald Family Edilor gary Study 0! 94 Abortions Shoivs Only Beneficial Effects CALOAKY (CP) A study I shows the operation resulted in i beneficial, long-lasting effects, I a Calgary gynecologist said I here. 'T'HE absent-minded professor lias nothing on the young lady who planned to lake two of the courses under the Community Summer Program she went to the wrong location for the first class, and the wrong day for the second one you might say she at least had a dry run on- her courses except it was wet .standing out in the rain Can't understand why we ever have dry spells wash the car or paint the fence and hold out your hands to catch the raindrops Nice to see Henderson Lake Pool open again Little Women by Louisa May Alcott has stood the test of time well young girls from 9 to 19 returned to visit with Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy when the film of the same name played at a local'theatre this week under- stand several of their mothers went with them to see it again Personally the drive-in movies have theatres beat- en speaker posts down Slacks, shorts, or comfy clothes, sound at whatever level you prefer no late comers blocking your view no rattly papers to frown hy, nor some second goer telling you the plot 15 seconds before it develops If someone would just find a way to keep hus- bands from turning blue in the face and polluting the air just because a few kernels of popcorn happen to fall on the floor of the car there isn't THAT much butter left on the seats After a pepperless winter we're delighted to note that green peppers have plunged in at least one local food outlet to 59 cents a pourid Hard to keep a budget afloat when the price of one product such as coffee sinks the food allowance by a 20 cent increase. The best safety device is a rear view mirror with a patrol car in it 'This is but one of of the safety slogans that the National Foundation for Highway Safety based in New Haven, Conn, listed for their safety messages Many a tomb- stone is carved by chiseling in traffic Drive carefully they're waiting for your heart It is better to watch tlje road ahead and the speed- ometer than a hospital ceiling and perhaps the truest of all.. A man (or woman) who is master of patience is master of everything else found no evidence of long-last- of IM women given abortions ing disturbance. .....1' h e Foothills Hospital abor- tion committee approved 94 of 117 requests last year. 01 the 23 refused an abortion, three Dr. Harry Brody, director of withdrew their application Obslelrics and Gyuecology at after discussions with the corn- Foothills Hospital, told a group mittee. of businessmen that the study! Four other women not grant- !Famous American Women Money In Survey ELIZABETH. N.J. (AP) CASH BINGO This Thursday Evening, June 18th STARTS P.M. SHARP PARISH HALL CORNER 12th STREET B and 7lli AVENUE NORTH 14 1st 7-NUMBER JACKPOT 40 6th 7-NUMBER JACKPOT 12 12th 7-NUMBER JACKPOf-Lueky Draw JACKPOT-54 Nos. or Blackout Jackpot ALSO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND 2 DOOR PRIZE; Persons under 16 years no't allowed Sponsored by Ladies' Aid of St. Peter and St. Paul's Church THE PERFECT GIFT FOR DAD THIS FATHER'S DAY JUNE 21st Open Thursday till 9 p.m. 912 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-5777 Money means different things lo jrcublejs J ed abortions showed continued mental stress, along with their families. Dr. Brody said the figures are evidence of the value of the current system of granting abortions. "Many women thanked us for taking the time to discuss their problem with them fully." Dr. Brody said he is opposed to abortion on demand because it doe's not guarantee post- abortion advice and counsel- ling. Olhei- ill effects would hs (hat women could return every three months' and that the con- cepl did not encourage rcspon- dont hke don't to prevent conception. Abortion should only be a different women: "To live, fo work or lo love solely to accumulate money is (lie greatest squander and leads to an unpaid' debt to tire soul." claims Barbara Walter, televi- sion star of NBC's Today Show. "One of the best things about having money is that you don't have to worry about not having it." says Dorothy Rodgers, an author and wife of composer Richard Rodgers. These were some of the re- plies given by 12 prominent American women questioned by a mutual investment fund about their attitudes on money. Social arbiter Amy Vanderbilt admits she likes earning money, even though "I am not very concerned with material things." Many of the women respond- ing to the survey agreed that money is z responsibility as well as a privilege. "Money is says ac- tress Dina Merrill, heiress to one of the great American for- tunes. "But if it is power it is also an obligation. Those who have it are morally indebted to help those less fortunate." Entertainer Polly Bergen be- lieves money should1 be put to work. "Idle money, non-produc- tive money, is just as bad as idle people. It should be made to work widely for you." Dress designer Anne Fogarty expresses the general attitude bek when she says: "Although I'm not addicted to caviar it's nice to know I can afford it once in a while. Other money viewpoints: designer Mclanie Kahane: "It comes in all shapes and sizes, and its judicious ac- quisition is based on shrewd liming, skilful proportions, a re- alistic plan, and good color. For my taste, I prefer it all green." Anne Jackson: "I came from the lower middle class: 'Poor but proud' was the motto. Money and sex were treated as very private mat- ters." Charlotte Ford Marches: "Great responsibility belongs to those who use their money wisely." Pauline Trigere: BINGO Scandinavian Hall 2J9 12th St. "C" N. Fri., June 19th Starts uT p.m. Doors Open at p.m. 5 Cards for GOLD CARDS PAY DOUBLE EACH 4th, 8th and IMi Games in 7 Numbers WORTH Jackpot in 52 Nos. Sorry No One Under 16 Years of Age Allowed FATHER S SPORT SHIRTS A SPECIAL GROUP OF SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS All in the latest patterns and shades. Medium size only, SPECIAL 20% OFF JEWELLERY CUFF LINK SETS TIE TACKS HI BARS SPECIAL PRICE NOVELTIES and COLOGNE FROM OUR GIFT BAR SPECIAL OFF OPEN THURSDAY TILL 9 P.M. MEN'S CLOTHES n 11 tee, and frn 321 7th ST. 5. ead to Jool PHONE 327-2073 need money to do all the things backup program for contracep- want in [jc.n i But Dr. Brody said some HONORED Marlowe, now a resident of the Edith Cavell Nursing Home, was honored by mem- bers of the Oddfellows Lodge Wednesday in a celebra- tion at 1he Home. Mr. Marlowe, 37, was presented with Ihe Oddfellows Jewel signifying a 60-year membership in the lodge by George Bryan, Noble Grand. THE BETTER HALf 6y Bob Barnes "But it could happen to anyone who was trying to dry her VALUABLE COUPON WORTH 50c TOWARDS ANY HAIRDRESSING June 22nd to 30th LAKEVIEW BEAUTY SALON 2638 PARK5IDE DRIVE PHONE 327-4B43 FAMILY NEEPS HAVE YOU ANNUAL CHECK-UP? change in abortion legislation is needed. "There is a disparity between what women are asking for and what the law says is in their best inturesls." Present laws presented a double standard. The rich could got an abortion while th.e poor could not. But if abortions were made easier hospitals would be inun- dated, with women. Dr. Brody urged govern- ments to deal with Ihe popula- tion problem in organized way. Canada had enough people now and must work towards establishing i n c e nlives and compulsory methods, if neces- sary, to enforce a policy of population stabilization. When education about repro- duction was brought into the open, family planning centres w ere established, voluntary sterilization programs and pregnancy test clinics created, then the stigma of abortion niigh be put in its proper per- spective. Drugs that would safely in- duce abortion were upcoming but methods of adequate early detection had to be established. London's Firs I Policewomen Draw Attention LONDON (AP) London's first policewomen on horse- back drew admiring glances and wolf whistles as they rode down Whitehall today. Margaret Goodacre, 25, and Anne Macpherson, 21, will do general street patrol and help control crowds on ceremonial occasions. Their gear includes breech- es, riding boots; long waisted jackets, bow ties and pill-box hats. J CaUar Of P f 'II Mrs. Mary Reeves president of the Rebekah Assembly ot Alberta will pay her official visit at the regular meeting the Faith Rebekah Lodge, Monday at 8 p. re. Members are reminded to bring donations for the smorgasbord at All Rebekahs welcome. The Ladies' Auxiliary to Fra- ternal Order of Eagles No. 2100 will hold a regular officers' meeting Thursday at 8 p.m. in the home of Mrs. J. Wilkie, 1706 13 St. N. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES JACKPOT LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS.- B p.m. Ann Land ers DEAR ANN LANDERS: 1 have just written to the pub- lisher of the paper asking him to fire you. 1 am sure he will receive many oilier such letters. 1 work for the National Arthritis Foundation and I am incensed hy your statement that arthritis is caused by gonorrhea. You have insulted every arthritic in the counlry. 1 don't see how you have held your job so long making such crazy statements as that. Do you write your column with a boltle of gin by the typewriter? Don't you have an editor who reads your stuff before it gels into the paper? 1 hope before they fire you that you will at least apologize Boiling Over DEAR BOIL: Please read Ills column again. I said, "The vast majority of people who have arthritis have the u- nialold or ostcoarlhritis not the lieal type." Then I went on to say, in response to a direct question, "yes, gonorrhea can cause arthritis." Thai statement is correct. It does not mean, however, that everyone who has ariliritis got it from V.D. Here is another example: Excessive drinking can cause cirrhosis of Hie liver, but not everyone with cirrhosis of the liver got it as a result of drinking. There do you feel better? DEAR ANN LANDERS: 1 am a teen-ager who would like to respond to your suggestion that teens should respect their parents and accept responsibility. I couldn't agree more, but how can teens respsct thsir parents when they don't respect us and they don't give us any responsibility? How is a kid supposed to know what respect is when his parents yell at him all the time, never give him a chance to explain anything, crit'cize him from morning till night never a compliment or a word of encouragement. How are we supposed to know what responsibility is if everything is done for us and we aren't allowed to make decisions vital to our lives? If a kid's parents won't give him respect and responsibility, who can he turn to? Gripe DEAR I. G. You've raised some excellent points. I hope it jars loose a few parental brains. Thanks lor a good letter. 1970 HORSEMANSHIP SCHOOL to be held at LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE from July 6th to September 1st 25- hours of Riding and Horsemanship INSTRUCTION Each class will involve 25 class hours divided into 10 sessions of hours each. Each class session will include about Vi hour dealing with such topics CHOOSING A HORSE GROOMING YOUR HORSE CARE OF THE HORSE POSTURE AND DRESS SHOEING TACK BREEDS OF HORSES HORSE AILMENTS SKILLS AND GAMES Special classes are also provided in: Pleasure Riding Beginners' Jumping Intermediate Riding Advanced Riding Barrel Racing Gymkhana and Games Jumping Registration Fee is per candidate. Open to all children 6 to 60. Additional information and applications are available from School of Continuing Education LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Telephone 327-2141, ext. 228 To introduce this lovely pattern COMMlJNJTY SILVER PL ATE A GIFT FOR beautiful 'Sal ad serving Set S oon Cold Meat Fork (511.50 open stock) Piece 8-5 piece Place Sellings: Qprwipp Teaspoon, dessert spoon, fork, salad fork, v i v_. o hollow handle knife. You save and receive the Salad Serving Gifi Set (worlh 311.50) from us. MODERN BAROQUE hat look of sterling but you don't need (ortuna to own it. Come in... It... hold il... Convenient Terms Available! .95 99 (Silverware only) (Open Slock Value 3130.00) Oiler available, too, with thesv COMMUNITY Plate patterns. DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Ave. S. Phone Offer ends June ;