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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I grew up reading your column and your word is law where I'm concerned. My problem is driving me nuts because just when I think I have it set- tled one way, something happens to change my mind. 1 arn 24 and there are two men in my life. They both want to marry me. My four-year-old daughter, Beverly, dislikes Artie because he refuses to cater to her and he won't let her get away with anything. He is a strict disciplinarian and doesn't stand for any foolishness. Joe, on the other hand, siwils Beverly rotten. She can twist him around her little finger. Of course, she is crazy about him. I don't need either of these men for financial support. I have my own money and have always been able to com- mand a good salary. I am happier when I'm with Artie. We always have so much to talk about and we get along well together. But I do think a woman with a child should consider that child's feelings when she thinks of remarriage. Beverly keeps telling me she wants Joe to be her daddy. I need your help, For One DEAR TWO: Any woman who would let a four-year-old child tell her who to marry is beyond my reach. I am not about to make the decision for you either, but I can tell you that a parent who allows a child to do as she pleases does that child no favor. Discipline is a special kind of love. It's also hard work. It's easier to say yes than kids know it. DEAR ANN: We have been pleased with your interest in abused and battered children. More children die here each year as victims of battering than from any olher single dis- ease or cause. We would like, parents everywhere to know something can be done to break this horrendous cycle. A Santa Barbara physician's wife, Mrs. Harold B. Miles, out of her concern for a child who had been beaten to death by his nineteen-year-old father, organized a listening, referral end resource centre called CALM (Child Abuse Listening Me- diation, Inc.) which has a backup service of volunteers, CALM'S volunteers go into the homes of troubled clients to set as compassionate listeners and friendly neighbors to help avert crises and relieve tensions. These troubled parents are encouraged to seek counselling from whatever facilities are available in the community. Through the concern of CALM's volunteer workers' friendly help, they find answers for the problems which might other- wise drive them to taking out their frustrations and anger on their children. The tremendous response to this program from persons needing help has convinced us that a similar need exists in every community, yet as far as we have been able to de- termine, no other such organization existed in this country prior to our inception. We are extremely anxious for other communities to know what can be done, and to have others take an interest in starting similar programs to work towards preventing child abuse and neglect everywhere. We will be happy to share information or statistics with anyone who might be interested. Our address is: CALM, P.O. Box 178, Santa Barbara, California 93102. Sincerely, Mrs. Enid L. Pike, Executive Director DEAR MRS. PIKE: Here's your letter. You are perform- ing a great service and I'm sure the response will be tre- mendous. Thank you for writing. DEAR ANN LANDERS: When I read the letter from that woman who has a pathological fear of dentists I knew I had to write this letter. I'm one of those people who is scared to death of dentists, too. I'm over 50 years old and have been this way all my life. My dentist solved the problem like tlu's: He knocks me out wifli sodium pentathol ard it works like a dream. He has done as much as two hours' work in one sitting. When I wake up it's all over. No novocaine, no fear of the grind- ing nothing. It's more expensive, but worth it. Tell that woman, will you? Teeth. DEAR HAPPY: My dental consultants say sodium pen- tathol can be dangerous unless administered by a trained anesthetist. There should be oxygen handy in case the pa- tient runs into trouble and needs to be resuscitated. He sug- gested nitrous oxide (laughing gas) which is an analgesic, not an anasthetic. It's a pleasant, easy-to-control gas. The patient experiences a feeling of elation and there is no pain. Tuesday, Mny 2, 1972 _ THE LETHBrlDGE IIECAtO J5 A cf Jn and out secretaries Male dont get pregnant C? O AWARD WINNERS Six girl guides from the 12th lelhbridge Company received awards during the evensong service at St. Augustine's Anglican Church on Sunday. Prior to the presentations, a pot-luck supper was held in the church hall for the guides and their guests. The award-winners are front: Joyce Oishi, all-round cord. Second row, left: Judi Welch, all-round cord and Canada cord; right: Betty Hobbs, all-round cord. Rear, left: Karin Nirk and Susan Livingston, Canada cords, and Janice Tilley, all-round cord. -Phil, photo NEW YORK (AP) The, Male serrelarios arc nothing gals aren't the only onus wear- new. In 1880, 10 of every 'S. ing the pants in the secretarial pool these days. Slowly but 1 that men posts only secrclario-; were men. Em- ployers discovered, however, surely, men aie moving back that men wanted secretarial into the field. posts only as stepping stones. The U.S. labor department i Women, conditioned by con- said there were sieno- j vention to seek marriage as n graphers, typists and secretar- goal, were more willing to ac- ics in 1970, of whom or ccpt clerical work. Gradually. 1.4 per cent were men. j the ratio of men to women was In 1971, there were j reversed. stenographers, secretaries and i Several men said their sex typists, of whom or f.7 protected them from some of per cent were men. The No- the more tedious chores of sec- tional Secretaries Association estimates there are about 1.5 million secretaries in the coun- try, about 2.3 per cent of whom were men. An association spokesman said: "We hear more men aro coming into the field because salaries are better and because secretaries are in the centre I shopping and stuff. My boss of things for advancement." wouldn't dare do that to me." It is difficult to obtain pre- j From the boss' point of view, cise information about male j there are several advantages secretaries. Only 12 of NSA's to a male secretary, he said. members'are men. The: "I get my wife pregnant; 1 Male Secretaries Association don't get pregnant." he s a i d. was disbanded several years j "There's continuity. Some of ago when NSA began accept- these gals change jobs the way retarial work. The secretary to the presi- dent of a large construction firm, who preferred to remain anonymous, said: "It's the at- titude. You're a man and you're working for a man and you're talking man to man A woman gets loaded up with mg men. they change their dresses." YWCA news n S! Church AC.'W will hold Ihcir spring lea on Saturday from p.m. the guests will Mrs. U. I.. Crislicki. Mrs. .1. Melling. .Mrs K. Doyle and W. A. Nelson, president til the ACW. i'uiirer.'. will be Mrs. C. Hildebrandt. president of St. Mary Hie Virgin ACW. Mrs. J. (I. Duylc. president of South- minsler L'nV: Mrs. Howard H. Bambrick. Mrs. W Wilson. Mi'5 Milton Mrs. Brian 0. Black; Mrs. S. O'Con- nell: Mrs. Wallace Kostalansky, Mrs. II Halcovske: Mrs. Dwight W. Purely; Mrs. E. U. UiBler and Mrs. W. D. Hay. Serving the guests will IIR Mrs. H. W. Bide: Mrs. D. H. Mcllae; Mrs. K. I'. Court; Mrs. F. C. Mrs. G. Coghlin: Mrs. M. Lloyd: Mrs. D. Aasen; Mrs. J. P. Talbol: Mrs. B. Thompson; Mrs. Pi. Leonard: Mrs. E. MacFarlan: Mrs. 1C. V. Langlord: Mrs. E. Tishler; Mrs. G. Moore, Mrs. D. W. A. Roberts: Mrs. B. Allan: Mrs. C. P.. Cameron: Mrs. K Lester: Mrs. S. Wolscy; Miss L. Grisedale: Miss L. Parry: Miss M. Proctor and Miss E. Talbot Treasurer lor the afternoon will be Miss M. Hogg and Mrs. E. V. Langford. Mrs. George Moore Is In .charge of table and hall rice- orations. A Calendar Of Local happenings Friendship Lodge LA to UTTJ welcome, babysitting available.: Lotus Inn. The Barn Dance will hold the regular meeting j orciiestra will provide on Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the j Christian Science testimony j music. IOOF Hall. meeting will be held on j t Wednesday at p.m. in the School church auditorium, 1203 4 Ave. 1 S. Everyone welcome. i Recreation what is it? ning. Ladies will meet at the Unfortunately in a society j Bowman at the regular time. I where so much of the Cana- j Due to the overwhelming dian dollar is spent for recre-; success of our yoga classes, no ation and entertainment, few j more registrations will be re- people realize the full scope of recreation. Recreation is anything you enjoy doing in the leisure or ceived until the fall session. Hope to see you then. Remember enjoy vour- self. -STRETCH STITCHES W. R. Myers High Parents and Teachers Associa- tion will hold a public meeting of interest to parents of stu- dents, teachers and school board members on Wednesday at 8 p.m. Panel discussion will be on the school year, and schedule for holidays. Fea- tured speaker will be Mr. George Hannah, principal Picture Butte High Everyone welcome. School. p.m. at the Bowman Ait Cen- tre. Slides will be shown. The Ladies Auxiliary to the p.m. in the Winston Cbur-j Army. Navy and Air Force The Winston Churchill Par- ents Association will hold the final meeting on Tuesday at chill music room. Plans for next year and distribution of funds will be discussed. Coffee will be served. All parents are repuested to attend. Please note change of date. which was to he held on Thursday from 8-11 p.m. in the j at p.m. in the church. The Faith Rebekah Lodge No. 93 j The Hi has cancelled the pot-luck sup-! hold the pei- Monday, May 8 as Pauline Jas- min, president of the Rebekah Assembly of Alberta, is unable to pay her official visil at this time. Neighbor Club will wind-up dance on Veterans Unit 58. will hold the annual spring tea and bake sale on Wednesday from to p.m. in the dining room of the club. Everyone welcome. St. Patrick's CWL will hold an installation of officers cere- monv and mass on Wednesday Lethbridge Family Services will hold the second in a se- ries of seminars on the mar- riage game. Tuesday at p.m. in the Red Cross Building, 1120 7 Ave. S. Topic will be after the honeymoon. Everyone Heartfelt approach j WALKERTON, Ont. (CP) I This Bruce County town of is saying that it's all heart. A big sign at the entrance to town regular monthly follow. meeting will decorated with a huge heart says: Let your wife visit once and you'll build your The Ogden I'nil of South- minster UCW will hold a rum- mage sale in the church hall ming; you name it and if you're enjoying it in your time off, then you are recreating. Recreational activities do not need to be money grabbing en- terprises. Today hobbies and other light entertainment runs at a very reasonable cost. So if you don't think you have time for recreation, just take a spare moment and do some- thing you enjoy. The YWCA in Lethbridge en- deavors to provide inexpensive classes and short courses for many segments of our society. Most of the sessions offered are now in their final month and are presently being eval- uated. The programs held this sea- son are tinv tots creative on Saturday. The general meeting of Southminster UCW will meet new plant here She won't give in the church lounge on Thurs- you any other choice." day at 2 p.m. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE E1K5 LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS.-3 p.m. Eaha'i community THE BETTER HALF holds annual meet The operating budget for the coming year was one of the main items of business on the HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clolhing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CALL 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 1st AVE. S. WORLD OF SHOES Have i'f switched-onf Sandals for a iightfooled Summer See the many ttylei for 72 now on display. CIO ftrt PRICED FROM -9 C.UU WORLD OF SHOES 317A SIXTH STREET SOUTH agenda at the annual meeting of Hie Lethbridge Baha'i com- munity. Concern for more community consultation was also voiced. It noted at the annual meeting Lhat the community lias approximately doubled in size during the past year. The election of the admini- strative and spiritual leader- ship of the community, the Spiritual Assembly, was held, anci the following o f f i c ers elected: Mrs. Doris Uixon, Miss Rob- i erla Kspiin, Mr. and Mrs. Mor- gan Gadd, Mrs. Anna Gangur, Dr. and Mrs. Peter Irlam and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tichenor. Al the first meeting of the Spiritual Assembly, Harold Tichenor was elected chair- man; Jessica Tichenor, vice chairman: Morgan Garid, cor- responding secretary; Mere- dith Gadd, recording secretary anl Betty Irlam, treasurer. 90lh Reputed to lie the best chic- ken cooker in tlio province, Mrs. Kmmn Dunn, celebrates her With birthday today. A long-timo resident, of t.he city, Mrs. Dunn formerly operated n hot tamnle and taco shop for many years. It located on GtJi Ave. and SIli St.. S. Originally from the United States, Mrs. Ilium raised four Chinese children ns her only family. She lias lived in LoUibridgo I (or the pasl. years. S. at 9 a.m. j movement, junior and ad- vanced gymnastics, keep fit i and swim, yoga, indoor-outdoor tennis instruction, volleyball, English, synchronized swim- ming, adult guitar lessons, la- dies take-a-break group at the Bowman Art Centre, Blue Tri- angles, Y Teens and junior dra- ma. If you have been involved at all in any of the programs or if you have any suggestions for future programs, the YWCA would certainly enjoy and ap- preciate your comments. A note of interest is that the TAB group for the Bowman Art Centre is paying a visit to I Catelli's on Wednesday mor- By Bob Barnes love is making him lunch. 'SWISS MADE GET THE FACTS Strttch StltchM. Now eempitltort OT us T Alii! old) SUPERMATIC coh do than our com- rttltori' 1971 model.. am SUPEH- FAU: MATIC li roted th. worid'i vmolili lewlnp machine. DON'T WIYUNTU YOU TXT FM frtt dimeiuMtlon contort SEWING CENTRE South Went SW-M77 er JJ7-88U LADIES AUXILIARY TO F.O.E. NO. 2100 MAY TEA WEDNESDAY, MAY 3rd-2 p.m. EAGLES HALL 631 13 St. North Receiving Guests: Madame President and Vice President DRAW Will BE MADE ON THE CEDAR CHEST AND CONTENTS EVERYONE WELCOME "If you have any of that face lotion left over, don't pour it down the drain.. .It plays havoc with the pipes." LETHBRIDGE FISH Q J Rl WEDNESDAY OIlXOW AT 8 P.M. IN THE EAGLES HALL 13th St. N. JACKPOT 57 NUMBERS FREE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS (4th, 8th and IN 7 NUMBERS NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 LEGION BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY AT 8 p.m. JACKPOT BLACKOUT IN 56 NUMBERS OR LESS (Increasing one number per week until won) Ut GAME JACKPOT 5lh GAME (X) 10th GAME JACKPOT IN 51 NUMBERS FREE BUS SERVICE HOME AFTER BINGO MEMORIAL HALL PUBLIC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY LOUNGE ChilHrfn under 16 not allowed Sponsored by Indies Auxiliary to Canadian Legion Sandals For The Family! See fur Ladies' Children's rge election cf oil the family. Teeners' Men's MANY STYLtS AND COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM Open All Dny Wednesday Thuridny Till 9 p.m. GREEN'S on SIXTH STREET SOUTH ;