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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDQE HERALD-Thuradiy, JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday Evening, June 27th Sponsored by lata AidoISI PltsrandS! Pauls Church STARTS P.M. HALL Corner 12th Street B and 7th Avenue North Jackpot starts at and is won every Thursday 2nd Jackpot in 52 Numbers 5th 7 numbers Jackpot Pot of Gold 25C Per Card or 5 for 00 Also Free Cards. Free Games And A Door Prize Persons under 16 years not allowed. What a course! One good drive is all Chris Waterfield needs to get himself back to where he and his golf ball be- long, and out of the pasture. With golfers out a-plenty, the cattle had better take heed of the 'fours' and head for the hills. Chris managed to play through without any interference Golden Mile BINGO SCANDINAVIAN HALL 22912th St. 'C' N. FRIDAY, JUNE 28th 8 p.m. DOORS OPEN AT 7 P.M. New Game in 57 Numbers 4th 12th Games: 7 Numbers or Less 5 CARDS FOR Pot of Gold Single Winner First 12 Games Neighbors Receive 50C GOLD CARDS PAY DOUBLE EACH 00 DOOR PRIZES 36 FREE CARDS 5 DRAWS FOR NEXT WEEK Sorry No one under 16 years of age allowed Open Monday through Friday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday from 1 to 5 p.m. Next week: Monday: Open July 1 at 1 pm Tuesday: Singing 10 a.m Dancing 2pm Wednesday: There will be a tour of the new library, and those members wishing to go are asked to leave their name at the centre office Noteworthy: Senior Citizens who would like to have minor repairs done around their homes are asked to leave their name at the office The centre is starting a daily phone service, and those senior citizens who are shut-in or lonely and would like to hear from someone on a daily basis, are asked to contact the centre GOT HIM THINKING PHOENIX (AP) Benjamin Smith, 22, was in U S. District Court on an auto theft charge Asked by the judge at what time did 'he realize the 1972 model truck he bought for was stolen, Smith thought for a bit, then answered, "I guess it was when my wife asked me where the papers on it were Sears New! Versatile! 'Lesley1 wig. 18" Our latest is 'Lesley', one of the most comfortable and carefree styles you'll ever own. Versatile! Change from curls to straight and back again. Restyles easily because it's made from Nouvelte a new modacrylic fiber that's heat and humidity re- sistant. Has the luster and color of real hair, but it's so manageable. Off Mack, brown, red, blond, grey and frosted shades. 08R 004 490. Simpsons-Sears Ltd. Enjoy nowl your All Purpose Account At Simpsons-Saws you get the fines! gua antes. or fnonvjr Ooen daily TTOTTI 9 30 a rn Jo 5 30 p m Thursday and Friday 930am to 9 p m Centre Village Mall Telephone 328-9231 -The Herald- Family I Single-by-choice -8 draws society interest By JURATE KAZICKAS NEW YORK (AP) Norma Bauer, 83 years old and never married, would never call herself a spinster She is a voice teacher in Springfield, gregar- ious woman who is single by choice During the years, Miss Bauer has turned down marriage proposals from "a min- ister, two lawyers, a music teacher, and most recently, a manufacturing man "They were fun to be slie said "I liked having them as escorts, but not for the rest of my life When people ask 68-year-old Margaret Kuhn how she escaped marriage, she usually replies "Sheer luck My goals in life and the men who interested me simply did not coincide I could not have done all I have done in my life if I had been married Miss Kuhn is an activist for rights of old people through an organization she founded called the Grey Panthers Miss Bauer and Miss Kuhn are among the more than two million never-married women over the age of 45 in the United States They make up a silent, unorganized minority group always the maiden aunts and prim retired school teachers said Dr Norman Bradburn ot the University of Chicago "Affectional ties in ij: those later years that are a source of comfort are easier for women to achieve Interviews with more than a dozen single women over 50 confirmed some of the general theories Few of those in- terviewed made a conscious decision g never to marry For some, their great love was taken away by tragedy or because he never met with an authoritarian father's approval For others, there were sick and aging parents who had to be looked after Some women admitted to a fear of sex or :j lifetime commitment to a man Some dedicated themselves to a cause or a career The women are of special interest today as a growing number of young women de- clare that they never want to marry And the unmarried single woman is beginning to be studied by sociologists and psychiatrists Jessie Bernard, in her book, The Future of Marriage, quotes from several studies showing that unmarried women are "less depressed, less phobic, less neurotic, less passive" and in better physical and mental health than their married counterparts Women adjust better than men to the single state because over the years it has been a more acceptable role for Some regretted not having had the depth of intimacy with a man that comes from years of living together Another regret is not having children One woman past her childbearing years confided she would have a baby with- out marriage today if she could "But back then, oh, the scandal it would have caused Given the strict moral upbringing many of these women had and the sexual taboos of their times, it is likely that many are still virgins As one woman delicately put "I don't think I was physically suited to g be a wife -x One woman had her first affair in her mid-30s but says now "Sex is too expensive for me I can't afford a sexual relationship emotionally Maybe if I had been married once I could handle that kind of intimacy better Most scoff at the possibility that in then old age they could rediscover sex g Iv "How many men are looking for a 60- year-old virgin asked one woman S: Youth sewing contest Three young Canadian girls will be richer this fall when the Singer Stylemaker Contest names national champions in the annual sewing contest for girls ages 10 to 18 The competition is held in conjunction with Singei sewing courses, which run through to August The sewing student is required to fill in a contest entry form, and her completed outfit is judged along with others at each locale The Stylemaker competition is divided into three age categories, miss ages 10 to 12, sub deb, ages 13 to 14, and deb, ages 15 to 18 Winners in each division receive prizes and continue on to regional contests in five major divisions of Northern Alberta, Manitoba and Saskatchewan, Southern Alberta and British Columbia, Toronto and western Ontario, central and eastern Ontario, and Quebec and the Atlantic provinces Of these winners, 15 finalists will be awarded a sewing machine and proceed to the finals in Montreal in November A highlight of the trip will be a judging luncheon where each girl will model her own creation Handicraft tffjjft There will be a sale of handicrafts by the handicapped and senior citizens held Friday and Saturday at the mall entrance at Simpson Sears, with crocheted doilies, tablecloths, fine-stitched tablecloths, wood craft and many other items of interest The sale of these articles supplements the income of the senior citizens, as well as keeping them active in the craft Also on display will be articles made by the handicapped in Lethbndge and surrounding area The Lethbrtdge Herald think PART IV PICTURE QUIZ 5 POINTS She is the federal Minister of Science and Tech- nology. What is her name? HOW DO YOU RATE? 71 to SO Good 91 to 100 potntt TOP SCORE! 61 to 70 81 to 90 Ctctflem SO or Under' HmrrV FAMILY DISCUSSION QUESTION Should Portugal give its African colonies complete independence? or why not? YOUR NEWS QUIZ PART I NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL Give yourself 10 points for each correct answer. 1 U.S. President Richard Nixon promised nuclear assistance to to aid in its peaceful develop- ment. a-Syria b-Saudi Arabia c-Egypt 2 Irish terrorists bombed Britain's Parliament, setting fire -to the historic, 900-year-old (CHOOSE ONE: Westminster Hall. Buckingham 3 The Security Cooncil recommended that the Gen- eral Assembly to membership in the United Nations. a-Rhodesia b-Bangladesh c-North and South Viet Nam 4 The Duke of the Queen's uncle, died recently at the age of 74. Z The finals of soccer's World Cup competition are being held a-Brazil b-Italy c-West Germany PART II WORDS IN THE NEWS Take 4 points for each word that you can match with its correct meaning. 1.....acute a-severe 2.....acquit 3.....access 4.....assess 5.....excess b-decide something's value or importance c-declare not guilty d-extra amount e-permission to ap- proach, enter, or use PART III NAMES IN THE NEWS Take 5 points for names that you can correctly match with the clues. 1.....Roger Rousseau 2.....Ken Dryden 3.....Henry Kissinger 4.....George Knudson 5.....Leonard Jones 624-74 a-pro hockey player b-Mayor, Moncton, New Brunswick c-President, Olympic Lottery Canada d-U.S. Secretary of State e-pro golfer VEC, Inc. STUDENTS Save This Examination' Valuable Reference Matenat for Exams ANSWERS ON REVERSE PAGE ;