Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
13 _ THE LETMBRIDGE HERAID Wednesday, May 3, W2 For Ilic first lime ill the 1- ycar IriMory of hirlh controlI pills in Canada, a I'iH without j rslrogni fills a mudi-noi'iled Rap with a new jjaieration oral contraceptive All and combina- tion type pills cmilain estrogen which' is the hormone around which much of the controversi-1 al publicity over the past few j years has boon based. Micnmor tablets a new oral contraceptive, contains no estrogen and is the tirst product available in Canada which offers tin; benefits of an estrogen-free pill. Women who have not been able In tolerate the present available products, who arc es- trogen sensitive or ul.o are troubled by the presence of es- trogen in pills. Mill now have a new alternative to turn to. The elimination of estrogen levels to a reduction in estro- gen related side effects induc- ed by birth control pill and for tlic first time provides dec-! tors wiih a totally new ap- proach to finding the most ac- ceptable method of birth con- trol for each couple. who have discon- tinued taking the pill or women considering asking their physi- cian for advice about oral con- traceptives may find the new pill the answer to the type of contraceptive they wish L. estrogen use." said Dr. Frank Phil- brook, medical director of a leading pharmaceutical com- panv. Tin- tablet is taken each and every day, even during m( n struation, which makes taking of the pill easier to manage. In addition, it is packaged in a five week plastic dispenser which provides accurate daily confirmation on when the last pill was taken. important CALGARY ICPI KaiN diagnosis and immediate ac- tion is necessary for success ful treatment of speech handi- caps, a child development meeting was told Alan Phares of the Institute of Logopedies al Wichita, Kan. said no universal standards for describing communication handicaps exist and until bet- ter classifications are devel oped, therapists should use their own definitions testing methods and common sense He told the Providence Child Development Society that at j age four, children have duel oped half of their adult in- tellectual capacities, making the pre school years the most critical in their development. MOTHER'S DAY AND SP FOR MOTHER AND DAUGHTER May 2nd to May 31st PERMS: Reg. 520.00 NOW 15.00 Reg. 515.00 NOW 12.50 Reg NOW 10.00 Reg. NOW 8.00 STREAKS: Reg. 515.00 NOW 12.50 COLORS: Reg. NOW 7.00 AIL WIGS 5.00 OFF REG. PRICE B. a J. HAIRSTYLING LTD. 506 4th AVE. S. PHONE 328-3650 Romantic love is necessary to keep a marriage working By MAUREEN JAMIESON Family Editor Without romantic love, "mar- riage wouldn't have a hope in according to Alaslair Mont. Mr. Mont, executive director of the Lethbridge family Ser- 'ice Bureau was discussing the stages and skills of the mar- riage relationship, following a film shown at the Tuesday ses- sion of the bureau's current family life program. I Ms is what gets us through the he said. What comes after the honey- he asked? I'd like to define what a honeymoon is. It's a linkover from courtship part of the romantic love atmosphere that surrounds courtship an in- tensely personal relationship in- volving two people in a world of their own." A SW1NGIN' TIME Sammy McKay enjoys himself ground, wheie his dad, Barry, does all (he work. at the Henderson lake play- -Phil Faulds Photo Quoting Erich Fromm, he said that "the desire for inter- personal union is the most pow- srful striving in hut that "women tend to forget what they were like" during court- ship. "Women tend to forget a man wants to touch a woman lo see how loving and soft she is to him. That's what started the game in the first not the fact she's a tremendous cook or good mother. "More people are getting married than ever before, de- spite all the problems, and at a younger said Mr. Mont. "In the mailer of role expec- lation, I think that women arc looking at marriage differently" from what they did 20 years ago, "when roles were very clearcut." Man was the aggressor and breadwinner, the woman wa In a kind of submission and Catholic women elect executive The annual dinner meeting of St. Basil's Catholic Women's League was held recently in the parish hall. Outgoing president M r s. Pat Bogden gave a summary of the past year's activities and expressed thanks to the women of the parish for their support during her two year term of office. The 1972-73 executive was BINGO MOOSE HALL 1234 3rd AVENUE NORTH WEDNESDAY nt P.M. Joel-pot in 57 Numbers 12 Game! in 7 411, 8lh Gomel Doubled in 7 Numbers 5 Cords 2 FREE GAMES FREE CARDS DOOR PRIZE NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 SPONSORED BY THE tOYAt ORDER OF MOOSE of- local happening flmpsonsoears Jit- Own. Bath anci Cold Cream Soap ill o for Reg. 20t Bar n_Gentle While Velvet loop contains rich cold cream. Hand Soap a box "Kit b-Marmn treasure: f ranch-milled. 3 bars in a box. Bath Oil Pearls 1 87 each Reg. c-Morine treasure. 20 perfumed peorll in apothecary jar. Bath Ovals 4 for 89c 5-oz. bath soap. Long- losting White Velvet quality. Bath Oil fMnimo Hand Lotion Velvet hand nnd body lotion o smoother youl Shave Cream Reg 99c each shove focim for smoother shaves. 1 1-oz. Hand Beauty Gloves og. Reg. pair "71. h-Comforlnbly (lock-lined. M I. (8-9ii.) White. Facial Tissue Ren. 39c li-JOO 5-ply I Pink or Yellov, each per box. White, Oiinlilv 'No Moiv al Siitmstms-Srars McKillop 14th Lethbridge Cub and Scout family tea and bake sale will be held from 2-5 p.m. on Saturday in the church hall. The Pensioners and Senior Citizens Ladies Auxiliary, af- filiated with the Provincial and National Pensioners and Se- nior Citizens Organization will __ieel on Friday at 2 p.m. in Gym 2 at the Civic Sports Cen- tre. Banquet tickets will again be available for the smorgas- bord on May 17th. Following the business meeting, bingo will be played. Tea hostesses will be Miss Lily Adnitt and Mrs. L. Carlson. All members and friends welcome. A springtime lea and bake sale will be held from p.m. on Saturday at the Salva- tion Army Citadel, 1302 4th Avc. S., in aid of the army's hospital and shut-in'work. Tea convenor, Mrs. Viola Arkin- tall, will be assisted by mem- bers of the League of Mercy. St. Mary's ACW will hold their annual spring tea and ba- zaar al 2 p.m. on Thursday in the parish hall. Mrs. 0. Willetts and Mrs. R. Cowan will wel- come guests. t Golden Reflections, a senior citizens' fashion show and re- view, will be held at p.m. Sunday in the Yates Memorial Centre. Current fashions and gowns of yesteryear will he dis- played by senior models, with Joan Waterfield as commenta- tor, Elisha Rasmussen, co-or- dinator and Rose Benjamin, co- ordinator of models. The show is sponsored by the Southerr Region, Canadian Mental Health Association. Ladies Auxiliary to the Army, Navy and Air Force Veterans Unit 58 will hold an executive meeting on Thursday at 9 p.m. in the club rooms. The Auxiliary to the Soulh- Icmd Nursing Home will hold n meeting on Thursday, May 2: at the home. Articles needed at the home arc yarn, nylon ma- terials, old canvasses in work- able condition and small framed pictures. amed; and the new officer are as follows: Agnes Olshaski, president vc Wikenheiser, first vice president; Ina Troman, second Elda Jorgcnson, third vice president; Pat Bogdan, sccrc .ary; Mary Credico, treasure! Councillors for the year ar Eve Wikenheiser, Christ i a amily life; Edna Miklos, com munity and public relations Ada O'Tooh and Elda Jorgen son, organization; Libby Weighill and Mrs. Va_ Den Hengel, social, econom: and civic life; Ina Troman an Mrs. L. Troman Sr., churc life; Fern Tuleski and Hit Burgwal, cultural life. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes MRS. AGNES OLSHASKI, preside w a s a helpmate, w h o didn't ally worry about her ego. She was happy if her husband as happy." At the same time, he said, here was more social stigma being on her own" and less overmnent support. "Pioneer individualism was ne at the time, bul il is no nger relevant. For one thing, omen are more educated. "Intellectually, women want lore in understanding, smocratic discussion, in mak- ig decisions, he said. Also, "emotionally, the wo- lan's role is confusing. "They on't know exactly how to come cross to men. They don't know ow thdy want their men to real them. "Let's face it, there are sex- al needs which have to be fill- d, but if a woman is confused bout how she wants to he how is Ihe poor guy upposed to know how to treat 2r? "Despite the fact that other orms of relationship have been ried out, I don't think anything Ise will take the place of mar Mr. Mont said. "We should look at It posi- ively. We tend to evaluate, cri- icize, analyze to fragment and pull apart, instead of look- ng at the whole. 'There are four factors that make for a good he said: "Understanding What do ,-ou want from your man? What do you think you wanl? And what has he got lo A wife shouldn't expect a hus- land to appreciate her in the same manner as before mar- riage, he explained. "Communication Women are continually trying to get from their husbands some kind of feedback that they are de- sirable. She uses little games to test this 'Isn't this new hat silly on she asks. He agrees, and she gets back al him in a subtle way (not tonight, I have "Determination There's a lot more pressure on what wo expert from each other at this lime in space." Staying togeth- er can depend on "getting per- sonal satisfaction from each other by being in the mar- riage." Role expectations "W h a t kind of person do you see your- self he asked? "What does it mean to a wo- man to be bombarded" with ad- vertising telling her how to be beautiful, sophisticated, debon- aire? "Getting to know what they are as people is what really Mr. Mont concluded. And baby makes three is the subject of the film and discus- sion next. 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