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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Jons 23, 1972 THE LE7HBRIDGE HERALD 17 Anglican divorcee debate LONDON (CP) A commis- sion headed by an Auglican bishop lias recommended tliat the Mothers' Union ease its %-year-okl bar against admit' ting divorced women to metrv beiship. The commission, composed o! church prelates and lay mem bers, and headed by the Bishop of Willesden in northwest Lpn ilon, spent three years studying the constitution of the union founded in 1870. But its recom mendations are divided. I The Bishop of Willesden, lit. Rev. Graham Leonard, along with two oilier commission members, advocates restrict- ing admission of divorced women to those who have not remarried. An alternative recommenda- tion, supported by six com- mission members including two lawyers and a canon of St. Paul's Cathedral, would open membership to all women who in good conscience support the aims of the Mothers' Union. This would be in line with the Canadian change (our years a go- Both recommendations will be studied by the organization in the next year. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes Ann Landers "Give me a good lew estimate and I 'II throw all my business yoOr way. Fifty years of service for Scandinavian lodge Members of the Scandinavian] Anniversary celebrations will Hall will celebrate the 50th an- include a visit by Mr. R. Lou- mer, Swedish consul from Calgary, as feature speaker. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS IETHBR1DGE ElKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS-S p.m. niversary of Hie founding of their "lodge Saturday with a banquet and dance. The lodge was organized in; Lethbridge in April of with Alex Sunrlquist as fi chairman, and Hans Nordli as first elected pasl chairman. II originally had a member- ship of 59 persons, and meet- ings were held in the homes of those who belonged to the or- ganization. The present hall was built in 1953 under the supervision of two lodge members, Harold Erickson and Carl Sevanson. Funds were raised through the efforts of members who catered to weddings, banquets, bowling parties and many oth- er functions. The lodge now has a mem- bership of 170, and takes part in providing catering services, as well as operating a booth at the exhibition grounds during the rodeo and fair. CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HAll-Cor. 13th St. and 61h Ave. N. FRIDAY, JUNE 23rd1- 8 O'CLOCK 4th hnd 8th Gomes in 7 NUMBERS-12IH Game i CARDS FOR ST.OO OR 25c EACH BLACKOUT JACKPOT 58 NUMBERS LUCKY NAME DRAW WORTH LUCKY DRAW WORTH Persons Under 16 Tears Hot Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB 932, Neurotropic lund drugs could be damaging OTTAWA (CP) With the in- creasing use of tranquillizers and other drugs affecting the nervous system, it's possible that the thalidomide tragedies could recur, says Dr. C. A. Douglas Ringrose of Edmonton. All women of child-bearing age who are taking tranquilliz- ers or other drugs affecting the nervous system should be using a reliable method of contracep- tion, he said. He made his comments in a letter to the May 20 Canadian Medical Association Journal, in which he described the case his- tories of three patients taking these drugs who have given birth to children with gross ab- normalities! "The thalidomide tragedy Is still fresh in the minds of the profession and he said. "Nevertheless, with the great increase in the number of neu- rotropic drugs and their con- sumption, repetitions of this dis- aster seem inevitable." DEAR ANN LANDERS: My husband is 72 years old and has been retired [or several years. He has dropped out o! everything has no outside interests, does nothing but eat, sleep and read. He refuses to stir himself to get dressed for an evening at the theatre, a concert, a lecture, a movie, a civic meeting or an evening with friends. I cannot invite anyone here because he will not shower, shave and dress to meet them. Evcrv six montlis he has a complete physical examina- ,lion and the doctor says he is in very good physical condi- tion. I am beginning to think perhaps he has had some sort of a mental breakdown. If I stayed home with him night and day I would lose my mind. I try to keep busy on iny own and accept invitations with women friends for afternoon events. Sometimes I go out in the evening. I feel terribly guilty when I leave him alone but I know of no other solution. Can you think of some way I can make a better life for him? Bewildered In Kentucky DEAR B.: Your suspicion that the man has had some soil of mental breakdown is probably correct. His doctor ought to investigate this possibility. Inform him, privately, of Ihe alteration in your husband's personality. As for YOU keep busy and stop feeling guilty. I know of no way you can make a belter life for him. So my suggestion is that you make a better life for yourself. DEAR ANN LANDERS: If you say 1 am overly sensitive I will never bring this subject up again. But I do feel 1 have a legitimate complaint. It's my husband's sister. She has a beautiful home about 20 miles from here. The house has a large living room, a nice size dining room, a roomy kitchen, two bedrooms and two bathrooms. To this day we have never been entertained in the living room. We've only seen it while passing through. She always asks us to sit in the kitchen. The kitchen chairs are comfortable and it's a pleasant room, but I feel this is an insult almost as if we aren't good enough to sit on her upholstered furniture. My husband says it's an old-country custom that his sister picked up from her mother. His sister was born in this country and I say she ought to know better. Should I tell her we'd like to sit in the living room next time Mrs. Long Island DEAR MRS: Sure. If you want to. Maybe she thinks you are more comfortable in the kitchen just because she is. If sitting in the living room means so much to you, tell her Confidential to How Now Brown Cow: You haven't had 20 years experience. You've had one year of experience 20 times. Talk to your immediate superior and find out why you've made so little progress. Even a clock that isn't working is right twice a day. It's not always easy to recognize love, especially the first time around. Acquaint yourself with the guidelines. Read Ann Landers' booklet, "Love Or Sex And How To Tel! The Difference." For g copy, mail 35 cents in coin and a long, stamped, self-addressed envelope with your request to this newspaper. WEEKEND SPECIALS AT Centre Village Lethbridge Mortens Coaldale WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES Prices effective until clos ing Saturday, June 24th JAVEX BLEACH.- BATH TISSUE CASHMERE 6 Roll Pack JELLY POWDERS NABOB COFFEE NABOB 3 or. pkgs. REG. GRIND WITH ic CCUPOrJ..........ONLY TURKEYS UTItlTY 6-12 Ib. Averags Ib. FRONTS of BEEF RED or BLUE BRAND STEER BEEF CUT, WRAPPED and FROZEN Ib. PEACHES CALIFORNIA CANADA No. 1................................Ib. W 39' YWCA news The Lethbridge Community Summer Program for youth ac- tivities, jointly sponsored by the YWCA, the Lethbridge Community College and fhe City of Lethbridge, Is under way. Some of the activities in- cluded in his year's events in- clude playground centres at Norbridge, Henderson Lake and Ihe civic centre. Norbridge and Henderson op- erate every week-day from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. The civic centre will operate 1 to 4 p.m. for the young- er people and again in the eve- ning from 6-8 for Uie over- fifteen-year-olds, j There are seven supervised Fun Clubs in operation; Hidcau Court, Stafford v i 11 e, Kins- j men, Kiwaois, Lakeview, Lions, and Gyro. All these Fun Clubs are for the little ones, 6-8-years-oId, and will be open 9-12 a.m. al- ternate week-day mornings; ex- cept for Gyro which will be open every week-day morning. Each Friday offers a special event. In addition to this, the community college is sponsor- ing recreational riding, canoe- ing, camping and hiking, indoor and outdoor games, and music. These events are two-week session programs which start i Monday. June 26. j Registrations may still be made through the Community Summer Program office at the City Hall Annex or by phon-1 ing 328-0676. i This looks 'like it could be a summer of many activities for everyone in the city. Although t h e r e are no day camps as such, the Community Summer Program has offered enough of a variety of events to more than compensale for them. The civic centre Is sponsor-! Ing a Volleyball Tournament i for those over fifteen. All one need do Is to go, sign up for a team and get in- volved. This summer we want you to enjoy yourself, so par- ticipate in some of Ihe many events sponsored by Ihe Com- munity Summer Program in a summer of fun. RESIST DECAY Woods such as cedar and ta- marack are resistant to decay while others such as poplar and balsam rot quickly. )SATURDAY SUPER SAVERS MERCHANDISE ON SALE FRIDAY 6 TO 9 P.M. AND ALL DAY SATURDAY 9 A.M. TO 6 P.M. LADIES' VINYL SANDALS 1.74 Sizes 5 to 9 4 straps White with red and blue straps PAIR MISSES' BODY SUIT -100% ilretch nylon -Sizes S.M.L. Red, purple, navy, brown -Short sfeeve fronl Reg, 2.27 EACH 1. GIRLS' 2-PIECE SWIM SUITS -Stretch nylon 8 1o 14 and matching bottom! Reg. 2-96 EACH 1.97 CHESTERFIELD THROWS backing --Scotch Guard trealed -Size or royal blue Reg, 7.94 EACH 5.94 LADIES' TANK TOPS -lOOlo Slretch nylon Aborted stripes -Siies S.M.L. EACH 1.54 Beach Towels colors Reg. 3.26 L 4> INFANT'S STROLLERS -Floral or lolfd colon -Foot brake -4 poiiltoTi recliner and wealherrzer No Down Payment, EACH 24.96 CRIMPKNIT MATERIAL weight washable -60" wide Colors YARD 2.66 COLEMAN WATER JUGS Insulator 128-ox. Uakproof llnir Reg. 5.52 EACH CHARCOAL BRIQUETTES -GRILITIME -10-lb. bag EACH 74' ZELCO ALL PURPOSE MATTRESSES filling and vinyl cover design cover -Rolls up and stores in bag Reg. 7.96 EACH 6.44 2-PIECE LAWN CHAIR AND CHAISE LOUNGE SET tubular frame Reg 21.94 SET LAWN GYM SET _2 swings -Glider sealer iwing 44.44-EACH 29.96 OFF INSECT REPELLANT -Keep black Hies and mosquiloei nway pressurized 64 MEN'S SKINNY RIB SHIRTS 100% Nylon Zipper Front Sizes White, purpie, brown, navy, red EACH Zeller's County Fair Located In Zcller'i Shopping Contra en Mayor Magralh Drive. Open Daily 9 p.m. Thuridoy and Friday a.m. p.m. Telephones 326-8! 71 ;