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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 34 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD May 1974 Ann Landers Dear Ann I am not writing for advice. I need an opinion. A real tragedy has occurred in our family. My a fine man in his respected and admired by everyone in the an impeccable well and recently suddenly began to behave in a very peculiar manner He moved out of the leaving a devoted wife and teenage children. He has been living openly with a woman he picked up in a bar She has been married several times and is known around town as a cheap tramp. He kew all but it seems to make little ditference I feel certain that my brother has had a small stroke There seems to be no other explanation for the extraordinary change in his personality. It is hard for me Sunday recital The Lethbridge First Baptist Church will present the 85-voice W R Myers High School choir in as part of the sacred music recital series. The choir is directed by Malcolm V Edwards and has won the high school chorus trophy in the Kiwams music festival Songs will include Negro popular songs and classical greats A single harpsichord work by Barry Waterlow. music director of the will also be part of the program The final recital in this series will be the to take place May 26 with Mr. Waterlow presenting the program F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT EAGLES HALL 6th Ave. A and 13th St. N. Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. 5 Cards 1 .OO or 2SC Each ThrM 7 Number Gamei JACKPOT Frn Glints md Fm torts DOOR PRIZE Gold cards pay double money CHIW-..J ml illmrrt to envision him bringing so much unhappiness to his wife and family if he is in his right mind. My sister in law does not want a divorce. She went to their family doctor and asked if perhaps her husband had suffered a slight stroke which might account for his strange behavior. The doctor just as if to be Please Ann. Worried Relative Dear That doctor should stop laughing and start to read some medical literature. It is not uncommon for a person to have a series of small strokes and display no symptoms other than the alteration of behavioral patterns Your sister in law should talk to a few doctors who are better informed and soon. It might not bring her husband but it would certainly put this tragedy in a different light Dear Ann This letter is from New but I don't go to so please take it seriously. In I am in the eighth grade of a private school. The kids in my class are having a big hassle over whether or not it is possible to fall in love with someone of the opposite sex at the age of 13 or 14. I say it is because I have done it twice already. The other kids say you have to be at least 17 or 18 years old before you can really fall in and even then that is sort of young What do you Ann Outnumbered Dear I say the feelings that a 13-or 14 year old mistakes for love are physical attraction glands are just beginning to call to one plus a little infatuation and a bit of romantic fantasy. Please put this column away and look at it again when you are 17. Keep track of all the boys you think you are in love with between now and then. I'll bet you will have quite a list. Sweetie. Confidential to Gotta Yes. No. Nunnayer bizzniz. Are your parents too Hard to Ann Landers's By How to Get More could help you bridge the generation gap. Send in coin with your request and a self addressed envelope to Ann P.O. Box 111. 60654. HELP US TO HELP The Salvation Army Welfare Services Need Clothing. Furniture. Toys. Household Effects Call 328-2860 For Pickup OR LEAVE AT 412 AVE. S. FAMILY TEA May Mother's Day 2 to 4 p.m. ST. PETER ST. PAULS'S PARISH HALL Cor. 7th Ave. and 12th St. 'B' North Sponsored by the Ladies' Aid to St. Peter and St Paul's Church Public Cordially Invited to Attend Donation 5Cc for under DOOR PRIZE You A Clou Nnr You Frank Lethbridge St. AuguatiM'a Angl. Church 11 Slrwl and 4 Avmut S. 1 p.m. and p.m. Tiber Civic p.m. Civic p.m. Pincher Creek Town Hvll p.m. For Mere Call ZE.06124 WEIGHT Trend raises no eyebrows Campus couples are 'no big deal9 By ANN BLACKMAN BOSTON every night a student named Jeff stuffs a toothbrush in his shirt pocket and walks across the courtyard of his Harvard University dormitory to spend the night with his Radcliff College girl friend. At Beloit College in 19-year-old Charlie and his girl have pushed their single beds together. They have lived in her dorm room for almost a year A 21-year-old athlete and his sophomore girl friend at the University of Louisville in Kentucky have lived in her dorm room since last summer. They rely on their friends not to snitch on them and on a resident adviser who agrees to look the other way. The college couples are among hundreds of students in the United States who are living together on campus. Most of them insist it is no big deal and that seems to sum up the general attitude. The requested citing possible sanctions or embarrass- ment for parents. Interviews with scores of students and ad- ministrators at more than a dozen colleges and universities across the United States indicate that although living together is rarely discussed in the college it has become a popular way of life for some on campus. Accepted thing It isn't as widespread as the craze of the 1950s and early but almost all students interviewed can name at least two or three couples living together on campus.. They see nothing wrong with it. The trend raised many eyebrows among alumni and school officials when it appeared in the mid-1960s and there was public outcry about campuses becoming dens of dope and sex. But most of that has disappeared. couples living together in the Harvard dorm have a very serious said a graduate student assigned as resident adviser to one or as it is called at Harvard. a very acceptable said a Harvard housing official. don't know how the university could intrude. You couldn't possibly do a thing like bed checks When today's seniors were living together regularly spending the night on campus with someone of the opposite sex was taboo at most including Harvard. If they could have been expelled. These it is not so risky. None of the couples living together on campus had been assigned to the same room by the college. In most use both rooms for the sake of more storage space and privacy when they want it. Wedlock considered only sleeps here when my room-mate is said a freshman at Indiana University. we eat study together and think about getting married some but not right Her boy friend reached over and took her hand. far as personal relations are he can learn a lot about each other this way. You can cope with problems better and understand each other better. It was a long time after we began spending most of our time together that we thought about four or five months. Our relationship isn't just to sleep College with an eye on possible public relations problems with the parents and said schools try to offer students a choice of living ranging from one-sex corridors where someone of the opposite sex dare not to dormitories allowing complete freedom. a whole set of you're dealing with a very diverse group 'of students in terms of levels of past personal needs and hometown said Thomas dean of students at the University of Indiana where students can choose dorms with limited or open visitation policies. you try to force them all into a set you're not addressing yourself to the differences people A study of 482 member institutions of the Association of College and Housing Officers shows that 70 per cent of the U.S colleges offer some type of co-ed housing to students. Only 15 per cent of the schools offer men and women rooms on the same floor or in the same suite. The study was produced by David an assistant dean of students in charge of residence life at Indiana. He said there is no evidence that co-ed housing or visitation has increased sexual activity among students. shows that attitudes have changed dramatically in a liberal said who is recognized by many college and university officials as an expert on campus housing. are more accepting of peer behavior. But there is no documentation that there are differences in their own behavior. And there is a false interpretation that liberal attitudes mean liberal a 22-year-old senior at Tufts College in agreed. idea that everyone has lost his virginity at the age of 10 isn't he said. lot of people here haven't had intercourse by the time they're seniors. Everybody puts on a big show. But for those who do choose to start a it isn't scandalous. It isn't talked about. It's Don said he had lived with a giri in his dormitory for several but they had broken up. hard when everyone knew you were then everyone knows you've he said. Study conducted Dr. Elizabeth Aub a psychiatrist who works at the Harvard University Health made a study of two groups of Radcliffe women. One group lived in all-female the other lived in dorms where men and women share the same floor. She writes in the Radcliffe Quarterly. seemed to me that being less isolated from the young women in co-residential dorms had more opportunity to grow as women vis-a-vis and used this to gain more not only in relation to but also in terms of feeling good about their lives and themselves as women. sexual relationships are somewhat more frequent in the integrated group and there were more sexual affairs with men with whom they had serious emotional involvement. Casual were about the same for both and all but one woman in each group felt these had been a mistake. Contrary to some people's sexual promiscuity in attitude and behavior was not different between the two there's more opportunity for said a psychology major at a large Midwestern university. if you want you'll have it anyway. Bob and I are together most of the time. He doesn't look at me as a sex object. I don't expect him to be a Don Juan. We know a whole lot about each other. You know what 1 worry about Divorce. Maybe there wouldn't be so much if people knew more about each if they didn't look at marriage as a way to legalize All the administration officials interviewed agreed they would reprimand students for living together if there was a complaint from a parent or from a student whose privacy was being invaded. deal with those we know but usually with a counselling said Harold Grutzmachor at Beloit College. His title was changed recently from dean of students to director of student services to eliminate an authoritarian stigma feel we are not parental. On the other we continue to be supportive. And the line between parental and supportive is a thin Some administrators said that finances have played a major role in convincing schools to ease dormitory restrictions. When students started demanding more freedom several years many moved off campus to leaving many dorm rooms empty schools will ease up and allow more of an apartment life the students will move back in the dorm because they are said Harold associate dean of students at the University of Louisville schools won't have to pay off bond- indebtedness on an empty Adams the alumni worry more about students' sexual activity on campus than the parents. are more critical than the he said. feel like they're missing something. They had to adhere to and they so by God should the students THE BETTER HALF By Barnes DOLLS INTERNATIONAL Authentic dolls from around the world. Start a collection for that special person. For brochure write Dolls International 412 South wood Dr. Ontario Club corner notes The Ladies Auxiliary to the Royal Canadian Legion will hold a meeting Monday at 8 p.m. in the Memorial Hall Rebekahs and friends are reminded of the card party to be held in the Oddfellows Hall Tuesday at p.m. Everyone welcome. The Ladies Auxiliary to St. Call 327-4348 For Rapid Pick-Up Luxury Accommodation For Your Luxury Pur Today We have the finest vaults to care for your furs and expert consultants to make sure they stay luxurious. Free estimates on fur remodelling cleaning repairing. CANADIAN FURRIERS A Tradition of Paramount Theatre BMg. 4th Avt. 9. Michael's Hospital will hold a meeting Monday at 8 p.m This will be the last meeting of the a good attendance is requested. Wine and cheese party to follow. Faith Rebekah Lodge No. 93 will meet Monday at 8 p.m. The Whirl-A-Ways will hold a windup dance in the Moose Hall Monday at 8 p.m. All square dancers welcome. Lunch will be provided. Ladies of the Lethbridge Lodge No. Order of the Royal Purple will meet Monday at 8 p.m. in the Elks Hall. Lunch to follow. The monthly meeting of the WA to the Lethbridge Auxiliary Hospital will be held Monday at 2 p m. in the lounge of the hospital. Plans for the sunshine bag tea will be finalized and a good attendance is requested The staff nurses association of the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital will meet Tuesday at 3 30 p.m. in classroom 11 of the nurses' residence. A good attendance is requested for this important meeting. The regular monthly meeting of the Canadian Pacific Railway Pensioners' Association will be held in the club rooms Tuesday at 2 p.m. All members are asked to attend. MODERNIZE NOW WITH A CUSTOM BUILf NOOK' SCUFFED FLOORS SAVE VALUABLE SPACE SAVE Legless Base or Pedestal Table De Built to any kitchen area anywhere in Alberta Financing Available THE NOOK WMtmlnstcf Shopping Plaza Phone 329-0700 bring o choir. It's your Lethbridge woman elected to IODE executive Mrs C M regent of the Dr. F H. Mewburn OBE has been elected vice- president of the provincial chapter She was also elected vice- president of Zone which includes the two Lethbridge chapters and the Pincher Creek chapter. Elected councillors to the provincial chapter were Mrs. A S Fumerton and Mrs S. W Hooper of Lethbridge and Mrs. J. W. Wollman of Pincher Creek. The city chapters have received a special education award of which will go toward sending a person to Edmonton to participate in the life skills coach training course. The course teaches problem solving behavior needed to manage life's responsibilities in the areas of leisure and job. MRS. C.M. CRANSTOUN Society violates children's rights TORONTO Society's concern to protect the young has led it to violate their Barbara Chisholm of the Canadian Council on Children and Youth told the Ontario Status of Women Council. The juvenile court training schools and laws deal- ing with juveniles were originally created with a and benign she said. Miss the council's project said that be- fore the laws are changed society must examine such fun- damental questions as when childhood ends and whether there is any longer such a thing as adolescence. She said it is time to re-examine the position of children in child-custody battles. The official guardian's report and the discussion m the judge's chambers does not always represent a child's real feelings about the proceedings. British Columbia has just appointed two full-time lawyers to represent children in child-custody she said. On the issue of child the rights of adults to lay charges against children have been she but she asked what age children should be allowed to lay charges againv adults. Miss Chisholm attacked conspiracy of whier. has prevented discussion of incest She said she that up to 50 per cent of girls now in-Ontario training school may have been molested by their fathers and suggested it this is there may be a correlation with the girls' self-image. you feel you're damaged there is not much point in not throwing yourself away CASH BINGO SATURDAY O'CLOCK HUNGARIAN OLD TIMERS HALL A sin iiickMt for HH Silwlii pill NMter Jickttti JACKPOTS NOW and 5 Girds lor or uch Next to No. 1 We invite you to come in and meet the hairstyles at the LAKE VIEW BEAUTY SALON Sandra Mrazek Judy Molnar Wanda Rumpel They are very capable and qualified to take care of all your Hair needs. Connie Marshiilsay wishes to Inform her many friends and patrons that she available every Saturday. LAKEVIEW BEAUTY SALON 2638 S. Parkslde Drive Phone 327-4843 ;