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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta IS THE IETHDRIDGE HERALD Wndncidny, Moy 17, 1972 Co bet si'l -H MM 'H Stuff l Conummic.hi'1.: u riage and in band and what Ihoy v.o ed 1.. -i sion on manial Joan PiK'ki'li, Lm: tounscllnr, cf vtiy oflpi tions of husband on we i In (hose fly usintf i hi.-- cope v.'itli MKi ships as they wore in mil The of the inarriPTL1 rnlcs past arc not cxpecK'rl in mar- riage today, shu said. cxjJUi'L ent.'1 said FuL'i.rlt, day there is a companionship, a sharing." She ccjiitiniTci In a marriage in v.hich iiu' Ifons and cf (Ix1 ncrs .ire hidden. the v.ill bccoiiK- ariuKs v.uii hickk'n emotions. uiidiii a marriage are marriafjc1 arc now "moving (u .'li'jubljng blocks for some kind of pit.'. iiH'aniiifilul rehnionslim" li e If ymi hidf your fpolinps." lu'l'cn lhc nialcs' "'si: s'.i'l "v. luive von rot thrown unto just one IM- What s 'the lia- mori'so now than a -i; tii your iiKirmgi.'1.'" decade ago lhe family unit, hid- "Til1-' clusesL (limp ncan different lliings Ln don'i be- j Partners, and raise more complica- tions." "T h e s e displaced feelings ciily siTve lo confuse she s a i d. "and the conse- be disastrous lo "Communicating the more complex ideas, like emotions sho said, 'becomes the most difficult." "Tiic question .she said "do we know a language I o tS-'e'relationships u'ith am' lo coinmum the family and between I calo with. parents and lhe children "Isn't that what mamafic Puckett said that Iho She explained that hirlden in which pamils should ail about? Lcarr.big to comma- 1 with one other person in BRENDA'S BEAUTIQUE BEAUTY SHOP 922-5 Ave. N. Phone 32B-7366 the slic said. Mrs. Puckctt concluded, say hein their children to up ndulls was to (hem (o 'n" of ll-s is riurl deal with their ovm'1171 h n emotions no! df-cive them-i coded language and non-verbal K-lves into thinking it is some--cues. From it we bring away IhiiiL' else special U'ays of non verbal She said role definitions in j communication, unique to that ____ family. I In mamage, it is necessary to remember that our mala was not brought up in our fam- ily, and therefore has a differ- cnt set of cues and coded Ian- giiage all their own. "If you can't quite under- stand the other mate." she sai-l, "maybe you need to find an- language. One totally i vour own.'' THE BEST THINGS IN LIFE Never waste good sunshine, a cool breeze, and Ihe opporlunily Jo enjoy quiet conversations by a lake. Ken Koshman ond Judi Walker made a point of bringing along candles and iheir best for Mi is spur of (he moment lele a lefe. Faulds, photo FRIENDS ARE INVITED TO A CALLING RECEPTION In honor of the marriage of DALE RUDD rnd DANNY FISHIEY Tlie reccplion will be from to p.m. On Soiurdciy, May 20lh at 2855 Norlh Porkside Drive TED and JANA RUDD loUQ fs... itHiU'L-nug her )ifni v n-'ortls it'jth kind aema sorority j an out named (special officer Greer loses i Simula Chapter. Beta Sigma Phi recently in.slalled new of- 1'icers al a supper meeting held at the 1 Mrs. John Klloria) Virostek v.'as installed as president for the next term. Oilier officers include, Mrs. Daryl C Joanne) vice- Sex allowed England (AP) making love .steam up win- dows and start wallpaper pcel- inp? Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin claimed a housing offi- cial suggested it could. Tlie cily, owns Ilicir apartment, (lie diagnosis and rc- tenants Ibere no ban on sex in the building. appeal case AUCKLAND f Renter) Zealand's Court aji appeal today uomen's libcralion cha-nniiMi Germaine Circer who VMI.S fined ?50 Tor usin FAMILY TRADITION bv LIVERPOOL. N'.S. fCP) Sons and daughters of Mr. and Earl have become something of an athletic instilu- lion at Liverpool high school, obscene language j There has been a West out- at a public lecture. jsUmdinp in one or more school Judqc Duncan Mc-Mullin ruled sporls fm- ias, 25 years. that a four-letter word used h1--1 I-------------________-_________ Miss Greer, an Australian in Britain, was "contrary to ccptcd standards at a meeting." She was convicted in magis- trate's court March 10 alter speaking at a public jncelinp in Auckland tniver.sity. Judge McMnllin said lhc word used by Miss Greer michl be found acceptable by some per- sons but ollier.s would find ii "a grubby term." Tlio.se at a public meeiina U'C.-o (-ntiil'.'d lii tiial llu- ivnuld he ahtc lo [ircss herself wiihoul asortiny president; Mrs. Vic (Fran'' Rude, recording secre 1 a r y: Mrs Don (Lynn) Doram. cor- responding secretary; Mrs. Peter (Donna) Palmer, treasur- er; and Mrs. Dale (Kay) Mar- tin, social sponsor Transferee rilual v-'as held tor Mrs. Charlie (Lcnore) Flet- cher. GLORIA VIROSTEK president THE BEHER HALF By Bob Barnes OTTAWA fCP) Joliamia COLVn rjickey. M. of OKawa has appointed special programs ficer in Hie solicitor general On lhe occasion of her birthday, Mrs. Rose Barllelt of Kalispell, Montana, was visited by friends and The department said in a news release that Miss Hickey assumed her new duties Sun- Mrs. Vyla Jarvis, a ay. Special programs include Goul and Gladys with woman inmates n e i c e s and Mrs. sexual offenders, Graham, a friend, travelled drug users, very young of- Kalispell for the event Indian and Metis. Flowers were received Hickey, in 1970, was the Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Short woman lo graduate n from the Univcr- Mrs. Barllett makes her of Toronto. She has home her daughter and aon-in-law, Hazel and the Catholic Family Service and (he Onlario health depart- Kencr ment. Her most recent 'as been at the consultation centre in the A tea was held recently liv Sigma Chapler, Beta general's department. Phi, in honor of the mothers of the members, at the home PETER ST. PAUL Mrs. Dale A. Martin, CATHOLIC Pouring (ea were Mrs Tony Bartosek. Mrs. F r a n WINNERS Simons. Mrs. Alex Misak Mrs. PRIZE-HOOKED RUG Special guests attending SZAEO, Mrs. John Boliezar. Mrs. Henry 1311, Conldol. Iloulo's. Mrs. Peter PP.IZE-S10.00 Mrs Chester G. E. ROBERTS Mrs. Ken Lasl. Mrs 10 Ave. f.olisler. Mrs. John 1 Irs. William Doram and PE1ZE-S10.00 N. DIADIO Out of town fuesLs Rcbcif Shaw. Okoloks: Mrs. H. M. Blades, PRIZE- Mrs. Donald Doram, social WADDEN convenor, was in charge of Ave. S., BINGO MOOSE HALL 1234 3rd AVENUE NORTH WEDNESDAY ul P.M. Jacltpoi SI25 in 53 Numbers 12 Games in 7 Number! 4Hi Bth Gomel Doubled in 7 Numbers 5 Cords 1 FREE GAMES FREE CARDS DOOR PRIZE NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 SPONSORED 8Y THE LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE cilffliaur (if i local First t Hilcd I'C.'V.' nu'L'linj: V.111 hn liel'l nil day nl p.m. Cinni Kinp unit prcsen; priMlrnm. l.iiy Jncksmi i: "On, those pushy, high-pr8ssure( hard-sell clerks I I'm just wila about tneml" SEE THE BEAUTIFUL BERNINA AT: CALl FOR FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION APPLIANCE TV CENTRE 81? 4111 AVE. S. PHONE 328-1673 OH Dirrtlly dcrO'iS IrOin Enotlon's Downtown Sliowioom OPENING TOMORROW Thursday, May 18th 9 a.m. 1CALI IMPORTS If you're changing the decor in your homo or office visit ut VASES FIGURINES STATUES PLAQUES ek. Imporlnrl from Mexico 305 Sfli Street S. (Across from Bairtl's) Plione 328-7074 Phono 328-7074 tf i B- r? tf KINNEY MUSIC OF CANADA LIMITED "PRESENTS" (specially priced this week only) HARVEST Neil Young A HORSE WITH NO NAME ___ America SOUTHBOUND TRAIN Graham Nnsh David Crosby PICTURES AT AN EXHIBITION Emerson, Lake and Palmer CARLY SIMON-ANTICIPATION Carly Simon SPECIAL TAPE EXCHANGE" (With exchange of your tnpa 1 track) Cor. 3rd Ave. and 13lh 51. S. PHONE 327-1056 ;