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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers Dear Ann I know low you try to protect the nedical which is mderstandable since your msband is a physician. But I vill ask you- this anyway. wcause I don't know who else o go to. Our 23-year-old son had a rery minor procedure wrformed in a doctor's office. He had a Planter's wart to be The ioctor did a few other nsignificant removals and my son a bill for The boy has made a sandwich board saying --------charges very high ees. Stay away from He plans to march in front of he physician's office during us lunch hour every day next iveek My husband says the doctor sue our son if he does ran Need To Know Dear N. T. Your son can narch in front of the doctor's jffice with that sign all day jnd all night if he wants ind the law will not touch him anless he causes a traffic jam jr creates a public disturbance. PSA bill for to remove a Planter's wart and other growths does lot sound unreasonable to me And. just to keep the record my husband is not a physician Dear Ann With all we hear these days about 'invasion oi I say the worst example is what is happening in our public and not one darned thing is being done about it. I am a 15-year-old boy who is forced to strip down naked and shower with dozens of other nude guys. I would like to quit gym and take a but in order to graduate we need gym credits. No one asks us how we feel about displaying our bodies in this manner It is forced on us. Why couldn't they let us wear bathing trunks7 Isn't it possible that communal showers have contributed to the increase of homosexuality Speaking Out Dear Speaking- Sometimes what people term an of is a cover-up lor something else. I suspect this is true in your BINGO May 13 Jackpot in 56 Nos. ALARM Si Gold Carda Pay Double Door Other Regular or 5 lor 13th St. and 6th N. No children under 16 allowed. case. You to talk to a school counsellor and learn why you are so uptight about being seen or more to the seeing other boys who are naked. If you lookfaround you'll find the vast majority of the guys who are showering are not the least bit self- conscious. take my advice and see a counsellor. It could make a big difference in your life. You have a Son. dear Ann I am 10 years old and have been reading your column since I was nine. I don't understand some of the things you write about but what I DO understand has helped me a lot. Especially about marriage. I used to think my parents were the only married couple who yelled at each other. Now I know it happens in lots of families. What I am writing about has nothing to do with married people It's about snakes. We learned in school last week that snakes are deaf. If this is true why do those Indian snake charmers play the clarinet to put the snakes in a good Will you please answer this question for Thank you. Arthur S. In Boston Dear Snakes ARE deaf and they can't hear the music But the weaving motion of the musician plays a not a pleases the snakes and they are by the graceful gestures Dear Ann I've been married three years. My husband is very handsome. When women keep bringing it up I get uncomfortable. My parents live 900 miles away. They are not well enough to travel and I want to go visit them My husband likes them but they can't speak much English and I know he enjoy going with me. I'm afraid to leave him home because I've heard that men whose wives take vacations without them play around Somehow they feel justified. Tell me what to do I'd die if anything happened to my marriage. Unsure In Long Island Dear A husband who is inclined to fool around will do so whether his wife is in town or out of town. Go visit your ailing parents and have a good time. Ann Landers discusses teen- age drinking its its realties. Learn the fact by and You For Teen-Agers by Ann Landers. Send 35c in coin and a stamped envelope to Ann P.O. Box Illinois 60654. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES BLACKOUT Until LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM EtERYTHUBS.-6p.il. Goat-milk business only one in Canada Out of harm s way This little tot thought all was well until a group of young cyclists started up their motors for a cross-country ride. Amongjhem was the little girl's who none- theless was making too much noise for her comfort. She took refuge and hid be- tween her mother's knees until all was safe once more. Men given membership in women voters' league MORE MALES BORN Every to Canadian males are born to every female births. B.C. Jim and Marcella Ryan have turned a private demand for goats' milk from their small herd into a full-time business. The couple are not overly impressed that they control a unique only li- censed goat-milk pasteurizing plant in Canada. What counts for them is a chance to realize a return on their investment from the dairy on a 49-acre farm in this rolling area north of the Fraser River as it becomes out of the Fraser Canyon. Mrs. Ryan received her pas- teurizing-plant operator's li- cence recently from the British Columbia agriculture department. the dairy is cartoning 100 quarts a day. licences were always she said. no one ever applied. Everybody just wanted to talk about it. It takes a big expenditure to start a goal-milk dairy. stuck our necks put everything we had and what we didn't have into it We went into heavy debt Jim Ryan said they first be- came interested in the business when neighbors in where Mr Ryan was a were asking the couple for milk. Because the demand was .the couple bought the bigger farm. In the milking parlor- smaller than the type used for milk the goats. The milk is transferred directly to a ISO-gallon bulk cooling tank in an adjacent building where it can be kept a maximum 72 hours. The milk is piped to a pas- where it remains for about 30 minutes at 145 degrees then is put through a cooling unit which lowers the temperature to 40 degrees. The cooled milk is piped into a holding then into the cartoning machine. Mr Ryan said they hope to increase their herd to goats from of which 70 are milk-producing. Four bucks are kept for breeding. He said the dairy is ex- periencing problems buying goats to meet increasing milk demands because of the limited limited number of Canadian goat breeders. A Lower Mainland dairy producer has expressed interest in handling the milk when the couple can guarantee quarts a day. To produce this Mr. Ryan said the farm would need 700 goats. The which Mr. Ryan said has a vitamin count higher than cows' now is sold in nearby retail outlets and a Vancouver health food store at 95 cents a a 25- cent markup from the Ryans' wholesale price. Middle class asks for divorce rights BOGOTA Divorce still is a forbidden word in Co- lombian courts but a rising middle class is pushing for it and other changes in a typical Roman Catholic-inspired society. A survey by the Colombian Data Co. found that 62 per cent of the male population in the country's four main cities want divorce in Colombia. This percentage is basically established in the middle class. In a traditionally conservative Colombia these findings are likely to cause displeasure. However they reflect the passing of time Not only divorce but the pill and politics are being re-examined by the younger generation of this country's 23 million people. The change toward a permissive society seems to be in sight. Eighty per cent of the student male and and 48 per cent of the housewives favor divorce. Recently other surveys showed that 72.1 per cent of today's Colombian women and 73.4 per cent of the men have a liberal attitude regarding vir- ginity. Birth control is encour- aged by 85.9 per cent of the women and 83.7 per cent of the men. Divorce has been a topic of congressional discussions for years. Despite the trend favoring the chances are it will not be included in the country's codes in the immediate future. A new concordat with the Holy See to replace the one signed last century is ending a Middle-Ages requirement which demanded of the Catholic faith before a judge prior to a civil wedding. Both the influential Catholic hierarchy and the ruling two- party coalition are against di- vorce. Oddly an important segment of the male population in the upper social class also is opposing though on different the lack of divorce legislation in a country where civil marriage only exists as an exception encourages successive weddings with no need for divorce. A civil mar- riage abroad is not a bar to a Catholic wedding here. DOLLS INTERNATIONAL Authentic dolls from around the world. Start a collection for that special person. For brochura Dolls International 412 South wood Dr. Ontario SAN FRANCISCO The League of Women Voters have voted to give men full membership and equal rights. The 935-433 vote was more than the two thirds required to amend the bylaws of the national convention of the which was formed 54 years at the time of the women's suffrage movement The vote was greeted with cheering ovation by most of the delegates. President Lucy Benson announced she already had a membership cheque from the first man to become a voting member her husband. Men have been admitted only as nonvoting associate members. not certain men are ready for the but I feel the league is ready for Mrs. Benson had said earlier at the league's convention here. don't think men joining THE BETTER HALF would change the thrust of the organization. It seems to me the league would be stronger with an equal membership The Male Suffrage Caucus of the league had distributed pamphlets saying' League of Women Voters cannot continue to demand passage of the Equal Rights Amendment to the U.S Constitution and not give the vote to Mrs. Benson said that admitting men might necessitate a change in the name of the but she said that would not be considered until the league's 1976 convention. the league voted overwhelmingly to reject the titles and and retain for all committee heads. By Barnes -Door Children under 16 yean Sponsored by A.U.U.C. Aaaocurtton UKRAINIAN GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH BINQO May p.m. EAGLES HALL 13th St. Jackpot f 1 7O in 52 Numbers Increases SlOandoneNo.wtekly Mini Jickpot Top nd Bottom Linn. MS in 35 Nos. Increaaea and one No. each week DOOR PRIZE-FREE CARDS-25t per card 5 cirda Do you have a modified size VETERANS CLUB UNIT 34 PUBLIC BINGO EVERY TUESDAY 8 P.M. 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