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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 - THE ItTHMfDOl HIRAID - Monday,March 1, 1*71 Marriage unites 17 children Teen dubs - (girls 13-16) at Agnes DavidsonSchool on Monday, ?. Blue Triangles - (girls 8-12) at the Moving schools: Tuesday - Agnes Davidson and Westminster, 7-8 p.m. Wednesday, St. Basil's and Susie Bawden, 7-8 p.m. Thursday -' Lakeview and GalbraJth, 8:45-7:45 and Senator Buchanan, 6:30-8. Junior Gymnastics (girl1! 8-12) at the following schools: Allan Watson School- Tuesday, 7-8 p.m. Senator Buchanan - Wednesday, 7-8 p.m. Wilson Junior High School-Thursday, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Creative Dancing - Gym No. 2 of the Civic Centre on Tuesday. Preschoolers 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. 6-8 years - 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Synchronized Sw i m m i n g Tuesday and Thursday, 4:30 to 6 p.m. Volleyball - Hamilton Jun- Sexuality seminars continue The third and fourth seminars on human sexuality will be held tonight and Tuesday at 8 p.m. in room 212 of the University of. Lethridge. Monday's seminar will centre on cex education in society, changing attitudes toward sex and the role of education in this change. The panel will comprise Dr. Lloyd Johnston, Lawrence Kot-fcas, Mrs. Madeline Larson, Dr. R. W. K. Elliott, and Alastair Mont. Tuesday a .panel of anthropologists and sociologists will discuss .values and attitudes toward sexual relationships. The seminars are open to the public. Any interested persons are welcome to attend. ior High School on Tuesday, 8 to 9:30 p.m. English -Room No.3 of th� Civic Centre, Wednesday, 2-4 p.m. Northside Library, Wednesday, 2-4 p.m. Keep Fit and Swim - Keep Fit A Senator Buchanan School on Wednesday, 8-9 p.m. Monday Keep Fit* 7-8, P�n. and 8-9 p.m. Civic Centre. Swim - 8-9 p.m. and 9-10 pm.t Fritz Sick Pool. Tuesday and Thursday, Keep Fit - 9:30 to 10:30, Civic Centre Swim: 10:35-11:35 Fritz Sick Pool. Bridge will be held on Wednesday at the residence from 2-4 p.m. Yoga - Monday Night 7:30 to 8:30 and 8:30 to 9:30, Civic Centre. Tuesday Morning 9:30 to 10:30 and 10:30 to 11:30, Civic Centre. Tuesday Evening 7:30 to 8:30, University. Wednesday Evening 7:30 to 8:30, Civic Centre. Thursday Morning 9:30 to 10:30, Civic Centre. Thursday Evening 7:30 to 8:30, University. ' . Baby-sitting will be provided i for all daytime classes. 1 family night like recreation centre WINDSOR, Ont. (CP) - On any given night at a house on Cross Street, you are likely to find euchre and pinochle games in progress, an organ, guitar-rand fiddle combo warming up, and a record player and two TV sets in Ml operation. : "v. it's not a iieighljorhoed'recreation centre, but ttp home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bastion, whose marriage in November, i960, combined1 two families for a grand total of 17 children, now aged four to 21. Mrs. Bastien, the former Mrs. Sua ZaHsko, was a widow with six children when she gained 11 additions from widower Ed Bastieh's prfr vious marriage. After maintaining harmonious, if noisy, household; in their five-bedroom home for 18 months, the couple feel they can laugh at friends who thought the union would be unworkable. One of their peace-keeping secrets is that the rule of law' prevails. "We got the kids together before we were married and told them what the laws would be," said Mr. Bastien. "They haven't given us any trouble." The law says all the children must.be in bed by 11 p.m. on week nights-even the oideet, who is 21 and working. The,TV goes off at 11 p.m., unless  show is Just finishing, ;but it mutt be off by 11:15 . under any circumstances. All phone calls are limited to 10 minutes. The family's seven girls do all the dishes, and the older boys do all the ironing. Mr. Bastien insists that "not one of them it lazy."- . In fact, all toe children do more work now than before the families were combined and often surprise their parents by doing niore than is asked of them. /. Mrs. Bastien /is kept busy with just the cooking and the washing. Her /two washing machines run all morning every m o r n i n g, processing eight or nine loads a day. She boils an eight-quart pot of potatoes, every day and makes dozens of sandwiches. The family's bread consumption is 12 loaves a day. Woman's place in home no longer valid rule never together ^ (feameTTes OTTAWA (CP) - The once-firm rule that woman's place is in the home has been modified, say researchers who did a special study on married women in the labor force. Byron G. Spencer of Mc-Master University's department of economics and Dennis Feath-erstone of the Dominion Bureau of Statistics, for whom the study was done, say the new rule is likely to read: The woman's placets in the home if she has small children and strong motivation to stay with these children, or if she lacks good substitute care for the children. The researchers concur with previous studies' in saying that the trend of married women in Canada and elsewhere to work outside the home has increased dramatically in recent decades, Only 3.5 per cent of married women were in the labor force in 1931, but by 1951 the figure had more than trebled. By 1961 it had increased more than sixfold, reaching 22 per cent. "Furthermore, the married women formed an increasing portion of the total female labor force during this period: In 1931 the married woman accounted BINGO - RAINBOW HALL "<� 5th Ave. n. TUESDAY, MARCH 2nd at 8 p.m.' 1st Jackpot $75 in 58 Not.} 2nd Jackpot $55 (n 56 Not. Free Cards-Card* and Games, 25t par Card, 5 Card* S.1.0C 3 Fro*. Games - Door Prize - No Children Under to Years PROCEEDS TO HEART FUND Sponsored By A.U.U.C. Association HEINTZMAN Why Wait Longer? - Make Your Choice Now NEW ORGANS ELECTR0H0ME 1 Acadian. Reg. $895......Sale $ 795 1 Windsor. Reg. $1895. .... Sale $1595 HAMMONDS 1 Chord Organ. Reg. $895. Sale $ 759 1 N312 Organ. Reg. $2995. Sale $2595 MEL0-S0NIC 350 With Rhythm............. .Sale $479 NEW SMALL PIANOS 1 Janssen Early American Reg. $1049............ Sale $ 849 1 Janssen French Provincial Reg. $1195............Sale $ 979 ASK TO SEE OUR SELECTION OF USED UPRIGHT PIANOS s425, $495 ENQUIRE ABOUT OUR PIANO RENTAL PLAN HEINTZMAN 313 7fh Sr. 5. - Lefhbridge Phone 328-2663 for only one female ^worker in 10; by 1961 she accounted for almost five in 10." From their study they concluded that a married woman is less likely to be in the labor force the higher the level of family income available, exclusive of her earnings. "One of our 16-year-olds eats a whole loaf after supper every night." Hie bakery calls the Bastien home when its day-old bread stock is ready to be picked up. Hie grocery list,is further swelled by 48 quarts of powdered milk a week plus a three-quart jug of whole milk a day. And 12 quarts of pop must be bought each week. The family's transportation is a custom Ford mini, bus, with seating capacity for 12 adults. It took Mr. and'Mrs. Bastien and 13 of the children to Nova Scotia for a camping trip last summer. The Bastien's chief complaint about Windsor is that there are not enough places where a family can go together. "In the old days there were dance halls where parents could take their kids," says Mr. Bastien. "But now if the kids are under 21 about the only place they can go is a school dance." FAMILY HARMONY - When Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bastien married in November 1969, they brought together two families from previous marriages for a total of 17 children. In a year and a half, they say, there's rarely been a disagreement in the home. In back row, from left, are Louise, 10, Gerard, 12, Raymond, 18, Ronald, 21, Tom, 16, Afphonse, 4, Mrs. Bastien, Lawrence, 6, Becky, 14, Marie 14, and Mr. Bastien. Seated ni front are; Penny, 8, with the family cat, Tiger, Jeanette, 8, Gwen, 10, and Sandra, 12. Absent are Gary, 19, Myles 17, Eddie, 16, and Paul, 11. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I was moved to tears by the letter from the 15-year-old who wrote to you the night her Dad died. I lost my wonderful father last year so I know exactly what that girl is going through. And now I would like to add a thought that might help her - and others. DEAR FRIEND: Your father is gone. There is nothing you can do for him now. But you can do a great deal for your mother. She has lost her mate - her partner. She will be lonely and sad after.; the relatives and friends stop coming - as they must and will. You can make your mother's life easier by giving her an extra measure of love and consideration. She needs it now more than ever. This may be hard for you, as it was for me, because I was a Daddy's girl. I'm sure my Mom knew I felt closer to him than to her.  At times I miss my father so much I can hardly stand it but I know my heartache will heal faster than Mom's. I have a. whole life ahead of me. She might not be able to rebuild her life.without him. Her happiest days may be behind her. So do what you; can to help. Your Dad is counting on you. -Bunny DEAR BUNNY: Thank you for a touching letter. I'm sure many gate in the reading audience felt you were speaking directly to them. *   DEAR ANN LANDERS: My 19-year-old brother is oh the verge of getting married to a tramp who has slept around all over town. He always dated lovely girls from nicef am -ilies, girls he was proud to be seen with, and now he ends up with this. My husband and I have tired to talk some sense into his head but it's'useless. He says be knows all about the girl's black past but be would rather have a wife who has gotten the running around out of her system. He is sure she will be faithful. - Do promiscuous girls settle down after marriage, Ann? Or do virginal girls make the most faithful wives? -Asking In Aspen 1 DEAR ASKING: There's no way of knowing. Some promiscuous girls do settle down after marriage and some virginal wives become promiscuous, But this I can tell you - statistics on divorce among teen-agers is frightening. And the survival rate of adult marriages these days is nothing to brag about. ATTEND THE ALL NEW A.N.A.F.-UNIT 34 BINGO COR. 5th AVE. and 6th ST. S. IN THE CLUBROOMS TUESDAY, MAR. 2nd - 8 p.m. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "That loud thud you just heard was us dropping from lower middle-class to the upper lower-class I" Girl returned MILAN (AP) - A judge ordered the reinstatement of 16-year-old factory worker Claudia Augugliaro because he said she was fired arbitrarily and illegally. The company said she was let go because she cast too many loving glances at her boy-friend on the Job, distract-ing'fellow workers, and banned production. "!?'\''';\'-"- DRASTIC ACTION SAN REMO, Italy (Renter) -A court here gave a two-month suspended sentence to a man who tried to jam Ms wife into the trunk of his car in order to drive her home from a casino where she was gambling with a friend. LA. TO F.O.E. BINGO Monday, Mar. 1st JACKPOT $155 -56 NOS. "20 ALARM BINGO" $1 Gold Card Pay Double $5 Door Prizo-Frea Cards (Many other extra*) Regular Cards 25c or 5 for $1 13th St. and 6th Ave. 'A' N. No children under 16 allowed ST. PETER AND ST. PAUL'S MEN'S CLUB JACKPOT BINGO CANCELLED ~ssr I lost 18 lbs. and 18 inches IN 17 VISITS TO CANADIAN WOMEN'S FIGURE AND REDUCING CLINIC . . . AND I'M STILL LOSING! First 12 Games - First Card $1.00 - Others 25c each 7 No. Jackpot - $420 (Increase $10 Weekly) 2nd 7 No. Jackpot - $165 (Increase $5 Weekly) * Extra 5 Games - Cards 25c ea. or 5 for $1.00 Blackout - $100 in 51 Numbers All regular games pay double if won in 7 nos. or less MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS Read what Mil. Gemioine Locoix, photographed at the right before and after visit* to the fabulous CANADIAN WOMEN'S FIGURE AND REDUCING CLINIC, says. It could happen to you! After orvly a short period of time, and by following their recommended program and advice, I have lost 18 pounds plus 18 inches in only 17 visits and would not hesitate to recommend the clinic plan to anyone. Signed (Mrs.) Germaine Lacroix Please note: 18 lbs. - 18 inches in 17 visit* TO THE WOMEN OF lethbridge We have been mode aware that there was a GYM in Lethbridge some time ago, that enrolled quite a few women on contracts and accepted large sums ot money, then subsequently went out of business. Becouse of this bad experience, the Chamber of Commerce has received over two hundred enquiry calls regarding Canadian Women's Figure and Reducing Clinic. Not having received and cleared all the business information on the Clinic, the Chamber of Commerce was not in position to comment. NOW they have all pertinent information on their files and we ore listed with the Chamber of Commerce. This letter is to assure you, the women of Lethbridge \'.yat we are a bonafide business, use no binding contracts of any kind, and that we have a complete 4-month treatment program Thank you, THE MANAGEMENT Canadian Women'* Figure end Reducing Clinic YOU HAVE NOTHING TO ww LOSE BUT WEIGHT * No Appointment Necessary * No Disrobing * No Contracts * No Strenuous Exercising We are net a gym IF YOU ARE A SIZE 12 You Can Bo 10 by Apr/I I 14 You Can Be 12 by April s 16 You Can Be 12 by April 10 18 You Can Be 12 by April 10 20 You Con Ba 14 by April 2S 22 Yau Can Be 14 by April K 4-MONTH TREATMENT AS LOW AS Complete $0.50 Actual Photos of Mr*. Garmaint Lacroix before and after her visits PER MONTH RESULTS GUARANTEED PHONE 327-4582 NOW! Canadian ^Ifipmens' figure&SReducing Clinics j 1007 3rd AVENUE SOUTH (2 doors west of CJOC) PHONE 327-4582 ;