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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, March 20, 1973 THE LETHBRIDCE HERALD calendar or local naf ipperunai There will be a Christian Sci- ence public meeting .held Wed- nesday at p.m. in tile church auditorium, 1203 4Ui Ave. S. Everyone welcome. The Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens Organization, aftiliated with the provincial and national organization, will meet Wednesday at p.m. in the all-purpose room the civic centre. Biiigo and lunch will follow the business meet- ing. Transportation will be ar- ranged as usual. New members and friends welcome. The Bridge City Toast mis- tress Club will meet Wednes- day at p.m. in noom 1 of the civic centre. New mem bcrs welcome. The Women's Auxiliary to the Lethbridge Municipal Hospita will sponsor a dessert care party (bridge and whist) Tues Jay, March 27 at p.m. ]e nurses' residence auditor! n. Mrs. Douglas Henderso ill be in charge ol arrange- ents. Everyone welcome. There will be a rummage alo held at First United Ihurch Thursday from 6 to 9 t.m.' and Friday from 9 a.m. to oon. Everyone welcome. 4 The Lethbridge Ladies Fast- iall League will hold an organi- ational meeting Thursday at p.m. In Room 3 of the civic centre. Anyone interested n playing or entering a team is to attend. For further in- formation please call Linda Kish at 328-fi505. The Galbraith home and school will meet Wednesday al 8 p.m. Guest speaker will be Miss P. Wigglesworlh co-ordin- ato.- of the Lethbridge Pre- Services. Southland Nursing Home will hold a lea, bake and novelty sale Wednesday from 2 to 4 p.m. Everyone welcome. Southland Nursing Home aux iliary will hold the monthlj meeting Thursday at 2 p.m. a the nursing home. All mem The Hi Neighbor Club will iold an old time dance Wed- nesday from to p.m. n Westminster School. There jers and visitors welcome. WeeWhimsy will be a review of the Rangers Waltz, Tippy Toe and Var- Everyone welcome. St. Peter and St. Paul's La- dies Aid will hold a regular meeting tonight at 8 p.m. in the parish hall. Hostesses will be Mrs. Helen Deal and Mrs. Mary Fcrcnz. The Ladies' Auxiliary to FOE No. 2100 will hold a regular meeling Thursday at 8 p.m. in the Eagles' Hall. Hostesses will be Mrs. C. Clementine, Mrs. M. Delmark, Mrs. A. Gibson, Mrs. H. George, Mrs. P. Bogdan and Mrs. A. Bruncau. Faith Rebekah Lodge will meet Monday at 8 p.m. In IOOF Hall. Visiting Rebekahs welcome. Gallstones pill MELBOURNE, Australia (Reuter) A pill to disolve gallstones Is scheduled to bo tested on patients in Australia, James Walls, professor of sur- gery at Prince Henry's Hospi- tal, said here. PLAN TERMITE STUDY NAIROBI, Kenya (Reuter) The Swiss government plans to give about over a two- year period for a study of ter- mites at the University of Nair- obi, it was "announced here. BAKER'S FABRIC CENTRE "A MEASURE POR QUAU1Y BY THE YARD" I Specializing in Fabrics, Drapery, and Sewing Needs I Centre Village Mall Phono 328-4536 I Perinatal unit Nurse (top) checks continuous fetal heart monitoring equipment at Ihe University of Alberta's Hospital while nurse (bottom) looks in at baby in negative pressure res- pirator with cardiac respiratory and intravenous monitoring equipment. Doctors say the special mother-baby unit at lha hospital will lower Ihe infant mortality rate in Al- (CP Photo) sp berta. Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Recenily a young man asked if he should hire a private de- tective and try to track doivn his "real" parents. He had a growing desire, he said, a gnawing need to learn about his "roots." He hoped it would hot upset his adoptive parents. "They have been wonderful to was the way he put it. Your advice was character- istically to the point. 'For- get you replied "It you should succeed, chances are that you would be disappoint- ed or downright miserable and rue the day you started to dig around." I lilted your answer. It re- flected my own personal ex- perience and I lhank you for it, Ann. Colorado Springs DEAR COLORADO: I re- ceived hundreds of letters from adopted children, adop- tive parents and mothers who liad given up their chil- dren. Here some excerpts: From Massa- chusetts: You do all right with teen-nge nonsense but when it comes lo adult prob- lems of serious proportion, you are beyond your depth. Your advice to the adopted man that he not fry to find his real parents was terrible. I speak from experience. 1 was adopted in infancy by a medium-income working couple. They had two other adopted children. When finan- cial reverses came they had a difficult time putting us all through college. At the age of 22 I found my real mother, by accident. She had married to a well- to-do man for several years and they've been wonderful to me. I will always resent the fact lhat my adoptive par- ents never let mo know who my real mother was. My growing-up years could have been so much easier in their home. They had much more money. Deprived DEAR D.: It is clear you have a strong sense of love and appreciation of mon- ey. Please read on: From Nassau, Bahamas: a Dear Ann: Bless you for your answer to the young man who wanted to hunt up his flesh- and-blood mother. I hops charity toward his natural mother will prevail over his curiosity. Some adopted children are orphans, but most of thsm were given up because the mother felt it would be best for her child. Almost always she was torn with grief and guilt and suffered a great deal. The scaling of adoption records is a good idea for all concerned. But most of all it is best for the unwed mother who gave up her child. No Signature Please From Madison: I gave up ray little girl 16 years ago and I thank God I do not know where she is. Her life would be greatly complicated and so would mine. From Cleveland: I spent lo locate my real par- ents. It was a big mistake. I won't go into detail but I hope lhat lad takes your advice and leaves well enough alone. From Portland: Dear Ann: May I speak to the young man who wants to find his real parents? Dear Confused: If you were the baby I gave away, don't come knocking on my door. You have no parents here. Your REAL parents are the loving couple who wanted a child. I didn't. Frankly, I think you are selfish to want two families. Count your blessings and dc-n't look back. Tiio parents who raised you love you and thoy nre entitled lo your total devotion. Forgel about me. Straight Arrow DEAH ARROW: You've said it all. Thanks for wrap- ping it up. There is a big difference be- tween cold and cool. Ann Lan- ders shows you how to play it cool without freezing peo- ple out in her booklet, "Teen- Age Sex Ten Ways To Cool H." Send 50 cents i ncoin and a long, self addressed, stamped envelope lo Landers Readers Mail, Chicago Sun- Times, 401 North Wabash Avc. Chicago, 11. an Members of the Junior South minster Girls Choir will ushc t the Spring Sing, to ha pre- sented by the Anne Campbe Singers and the Teen Clefs o March 24 and 25 at p.m. at the Yales Centre. Saturday usherettes are Ba >ara Haney, Diane Templeto Cathy Spoulous, Colleen Che and Ferrol Sinclair. Ushering Sunday evening w be Virginia Marten, Judy son, Jane Etherington and Julie Hartley. Your DEAR ANN LANDERS: Here it is March and our daughter, age' 9, is still playing cowboys and Indians with the hat and holster set we gave our 7-year-olri son for Christmas. He is playing with her doll. Do we have a problem? Please answer soon. We are Concerned In Cali- fornia DEAR CONCERNED: In all probability not, but it's too early lo tell. Keep your eyes open, however. You mighI have TWO problems. If this pattern persists, particularly with the boy, I recommend that you have him evaluated professionally. Give it six months. Druggists in Lethbridge and Southern Alberta McCqffrey's Drug Store 418 13th Street North Phone 327-2205 LETHBRIDGE Thriffway Drugs 702 13th Street Norlh Phone 327-0340 BLAIRMORE Michael Finn Pharmacy Phono 562-2192 CAROSTON Temple City Drugs 571 Main Street Phone 653.38.12 CLARESHOIM Claresholm Pharmacy 4921 1st Streel Phone 235-3050 COALDAIE Coaldale Pharmacy 1721 20lh Avenu Phono 345-3277 COLEMAN Coleman Pharmacy COLEMAN, AlBERTA FORT MACLEOD Price's Rexcli Drug 206 24lh Street Phono 234-3093 PICTURE BUTTE Price's Pharmacy 339 Highway Ave. N. Phone 732-4411 TABER Johnson's Taber Drug Store 5314 48lh Avenue Phone 223-2233 VULCAN Mitchell's Pharmacy Phono 485-2012 HAND BODY LOTION APPROX. 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