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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta TuMday, March 12, 1974-THE LETHBRIOOE HERALD-10 Calendar of local happenings The Southern Alberta Hospital Auxiliaries Association meeting will be held at a.m. Friday at the Gait School of Nursing residence, 10th Avenue S. A general meeting of the Lethbridge Options for Women concerning funding of the Women's Centre, will be held at p.m. Wednesday in the YWCA. The Gait School of Nursing Alumnae Association will hold an executive and general meeting to work on the newsletter at 8 p.m. Wednesday at the home of Mrs. A. G. Oakes, 3116 6th Ave. S. The Hi Neighbour Club will hold a dance from to 9.30 1 tonight at the Lotus Inn. Everyone welcome. Requests appreciated. Xi Iota Chapter will meet at the home of Jean Nielsen, 1625 Lakeside Road, at tonight. The program, taste and smell, will be presented by Dorothy Pearson. Guest speaker will be Susie Hironaka. Funds handy OTTAWA (CP) Looking for a second mortgage? Funds are available from credit unions, loan companies and private lenders as well as and trust companies, Xi Nu Chapter, Beta Signu Phi, will meet at tonight with Mrs. Johann King, 3301 Kehoe Place. Co-hostesses are Rhonda Schindeler anc Marlene Armstrong. The Aileen Walker unit of Southminster church will meet at the home of Dorothy Byam, 715 6th St. S., at 8 tonight. Tau Chapter will hold a model meeting tonight at the home of Judy Williams, 2417 22nd Ave. S. Co-hostesses are Carolyn Tucker and Delia Pearson. The program, the art of thinking, will be presented by Barbara Marshalsay, Diana Meszaros and Judy Fillo, with an introduction by Judy Corbett. THE BETTER HALF The regular monthly meeting of the Sir Alexandei Gait Chapter IODE will be held Thursday at the home of Mrs. S. W. Hooper, 2121 9th Ave. A S. Everyone welcome to attend the Christian Science public testimony meeting, at p.m. Wednesday in the church auditorium, 1203 4th Ave. S. Kappa Chapter will be guests of Xi Nu Chapter at a joint meeting at tonight at the home of Jean Nielsen, 1625 Lakeside Road. The program, drama, will be presented by lone Dergousoff and Sharon Jogielski. By Barnes "One thing about your driving it has cured me of my fear of flying." WOW! The fabulous TOUCH with System for S-T-R-E-T-C-H sewing 1OO off Complete with handsome cabinet Sinner I li tin- new knil- and -Irrli li Ijlirii.- -iniMiihrr c a-icr ln-drr Ixiblim Built-n rid a llacli mi-ill rlnncc ill two rlril.ml. xri-atilc raliinrt-. Don't wait ACT The popular STYLIST' STRETCH-STITCH Portable Sewing Machine Complete carrying case 174 Reg S199 95 You Save S35.95 5 built in stitches 3 stretch plus straight zig zag and blind stitches self-threading laVe up lever t.-.m-needle sewing snap on presser feet. 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SINGER SEWING CENTRES AND PARTICIPATING APPROVED DEALERS fsiafla Colltgt Shopping Mall Phone 327-2243 Daily a.m. to 6 p.m. A Fri. till 9 p.m. Ann Landers Trend to powdered milk blamed for infant deaths Dear Ann Landers: I've wanted to write this letter for months, but I just couldn't bring myself to do it. Now I must try. It's about your efforts to get some decent gun laws passed in this country. My father bought a handgun when Mom filed for divorce. I was helping her pack to leave when my father walked in and shot her in the face. She died instantly. He then turned the gun on himself and blew his head off. Two years ago, a dear friend of mine became depressed because she was afraid she might lose her job. She was a darling girl and no one who knew her suspected she was in such a state of depression. She bought a gun, drove to a wooded area and killed herself. Now, the final blow. My husband became involved with a teenage girl. He thought he had eased out of it, but last week she came to our home, pulled out a gun, and said she was going to kill him and then herself. He recovered the gun by lying, saying he really did love her and he'd find a way to marry her. The gun is now locked in the glove compartment of our car until we can decide what to do with it. The people who are fighting gun laws don't realize that most bullet murders are performed by "friends" and relatives. If they didn't have guns they'd use their fists or a ball bat. Even a knife is a lot less dangerous than a gun. Please, Ann, don't give up your fight. N. N. Dear N. N.: Don't worry, I won't. The problem is, what are we going to do about the estimated 90 million guns that are loose now? I suggest the government pay a bonus for every handgun turned in. Expensive? Of course, but well worth it. Think of the agony and grief that could be spared if we could get fifty or sixty million guns out of circulation. Dear Ann Landers: My sister was divorced two years ago. She has a little girl, seven, and a boy, five. The girl has been begging to have her ears pierced (like her so for her seventh birthday my sister said 0 K. Last night I was surprised to see the boy wearing rings in pierced ears, too. When I asked, She said, "He wanted them." The boy has long hair, like most kids today, and he looks just like a girl. I say this is not healthy. My sister says I'm nuts. Who's right? Indiana Dear In: You are. Are your parents too strict? Hard to reach? Ann Landers's booklet, "Bugged By Parents? How to Get More could help you bridge the generation gap'. LONDON (Reuter) Babies in the Third World are dying needlessly because of a growing trend for their mothers to bottle-feed them with powdered milk, a report said today. The report attacks the baby- food industry for promoting its products in communities which cannot use them properly. Because of poor or non-exis- tent home hygiene, ignorance, illiteracy and poverty in these countries, the child is too often fed over-diluted milk out of infected bottles. The result, said the report by the War on Want anti- poverty campaign, is not only death for some babies but the prospect for many others of "a vicious cycle of malnutrition and disease that will leave them physically and intellectually stunted for life." The report's author, Mike Muller, said this suffering is avoidable because it is accepted that mother's milk is the best food for any baby less than six months old. Only a small minority of mothers is unable to breast-feed. -SUBSTITUTES GAIN "Breast milk is losing ground rapidly to inferior artificial substitutes in many developing he said. "The trend is particularly marked in the cities, but is also being noted wherever the urban influence spreads." Just Arrived! FOOT NOTES by JOE GENUINE WALLABEES for Men and Women The ultimate in Casual Comfort Joe GREEN'S SHOES Downtown on Sixth Street No. the Boss isn't going col- just wants to show oH his shoes from JOE GREEN S r C H master charge r 2500 Alberta children each need a Motherand Rather What are you doing with the rest of your life? There's a young lad in one of our institutions we think you can help. From all indications, he's a nor- mal, hockey-loving, TV-clicking teenager who can sense dinner-time within a tenth of a second. Yet this boy lacks something. Abandoned by his true parents as a baby, he has lived most of his life under government care. He lends to shyness in the presence of strangers. He is reluctant to return af- fection.- He is afraid to share his true feelings. We're asking you to be his parents for a while. With the right kind of help, we're convinced that this youngster and 2500 others like him can regain confidence in themselves and the world that never gave them anything but a raw deal. If you think you have the right combination of patience, perserverance and humour, why not give us a call? You could be making a friend for life. BE A FOSTER PARENT CALU4Q3) 327-4501 COLLECT HEALTH SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT ;