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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 3.8 THE VFTHSRIDGE HERALD Saturday, May 19, rr ivincf and out of town Two program directors from YWCA orgaiu'zatons in the Far East will be visiting the Leth- bridge YWCA next week. Miss Connie Sa-Wan-Hung, of the Kong YWCA, and Mrs. Virginia Tablan, who works with urban and rural women in the Philippines, will arrive Sun- day for a week's acclimatiza- tion and rest beforee going to Saskatoon for a World Health Consultation along with repre- sentatives from 24 other coun- tries. Following t h e Saskatoon meeting the two women are ex- pected to attend the quadren- nial meeting of the Canadian YWCA in Banff in mid-June. Their purpose in visiting Lethbridge is to learn about the work of the local YWCA and YMCA and to become ac- quainted with homemaking. PLEASE NOTE! FOR May 2 ONLY family service and related pro- grams offered by local, provin- cial and national organizations. Sigma Chapter recently held a Mother's Day tea at the home of Mrs. Dale Martin, with spe- cial guests Mrs. Tunnah and Mrs. Evanoff. Mothers, mother-in-laws and guests of the members were Mrs. Salmon, Mrs. Doram, Mrs. Simons; Mrs. Gwatkir., Mrs. Susnar, Mrs. Haque, Mrs. Younker, Mrs. Blades; Mrs. Shfaw, Mrs. Douglas, Mrs. Kinniburgh and Mrs. Chyzyk. The guests were each pre- sented with a yellow carnation corsage. Honored at a regular meet- ing were Mrs. John Virostek and Mrs. Frank Simons who are moving up to an Exemplar Chapter and Mrs. Vern Soder- quist who is taking a leave of absence. They were given a yellow rose and an engraved silver spoon. F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT EAGLES HALL 6th Ave-. A and 13th St. N. Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. 5 Cards for 1.00 or Each Three 7 Number Games JACKPOT Free one free Cards DOOR PRIZE Gold cards pay double money Children under 16 not allowed Your friendly, neighborhood policeman Inside information on various police operations and procedures has been made available to the general pub- lic across Canada during Police which draws to a close today. Here, IT-year-old Brett Johnson of 3407 Lakewood Rd., a rundown on the workings of police aircraft from Constable Wayne Morris at the RCMP mo- bile display, which has been moved to various locations around town throughout the week. Family planning for everybody CASH BINGO TONIGHT, O'CLOCK HUNGARIAN OLD TIMERS HALL A SI 00 Blackout Bingo played for till won every Saturday plus Jackpots JACKPOTS NOW AND 5 Cards for or 25c each (Located Next to No. 1 Fireball) UKRAINIAN GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH BINGO, TUESDAY, MAY 22nd, 8 p.m. JACKPOT IN 56 NOS. (INCREASES WEEKLY) JACKPOT 7 NUMBERS OR LESS 5 CARDS 25c PER CARD No One Under 16 yrt. Details Announced at Bingo Corner St. and 7th Ave. N., Basement Doors Open at 7 EDMONTON" (CP1 People have to step being complacent and scholarly about family planning if it is going to be effective, Dr. Marion Powell, head of the population unit of the University of Toronto told a conference here. "We have to stop arguing about the legal age of consent, the safety cf The Pill, about abortion which whether we like it or not is here to and make family planning in- formation and facilities avail- able to everybody, she said. This is important for the poor who have less access to facil- ities, can't pay the cost of pre- scriptions and have the welfare system working against them if they are not openly living with a man. Dr. Powell added there still is discrimination against peo- ple wanting no children. She said studies have shown that the poor want smaller fam- ilies than higher economic classes and have more children than they want. The poor have less access to family planning information, are less able to find facilities. and ignorance plays a large part. "It has been proven that when family planning is available, the poor will use it, but the pun- itive aspects of the welfare sys- tem make family planning un- available to women who are not openly living with a man." Dr. Powell said the cost of prescription contraceptives also penalize the poor, particularly those on welfare. Dr. Boss Vant, a family plan- ning consultant said advice and counselling are needed. Every child should be wanted, nour- ished loved and brought up to be responsible he said. Many family planning clinics have a middle class bias on lo- cations and hours. Dr. Bert Marcuse of the University of Calgary social welfare and psychiatry departments said, after pointing out why contra- ception is rejected myths, superstitions, fears, need for BINGO RAINBOW HALL ,401 sih Ave. N. TUESDAY, MAY 22nd at 8 p.m. First Jackpot in 54 Nos. 2nd Jackpot in 57 Nos. Free and Games, 25c per Card, 5 Cards 3 Free Games Door Prize No children Under 16 Years Sponsored by A.U.U.C. Association ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL SUMMER PROGRAMME, 1973 at BOWMAN ARTS CENTRE COURSE POTTERY POTTERY PRINT MAKING PRINT MAKING CREATIVE CRAFTS CREATIVE CRAFTS SCULPTURE SCULPTURE PHOTOGRAPHY PHOTOGRAPHY PAINTING PAINTING DRAWING DRAWING AGE GROUP 6 12 6 12 6 9 10 13 5-10 11 15 8 12 13 16 12 16 12 16 6 14 15 18 6-14 15 18 DATES (Man. thru Fri. July 2-5 July 9-12 June 18-29 July 2-13 June 18-29 July 2-13 June 18-29 23-Aug. 3 July 2-13 Aug. 6-17 July 23-Aug. 3 Aug. 6-17 July 23-Aug. 3 Aug. 6-17 TIME a.rn a.m a.m am p.m p.m p.m p.m p.m p.m a.m a.m. p.m. p.m. The above courses will run 2 hours per day for 2 days per week for Pottery, 5 days per week for the rest of the courses. The fee is For the most part, materials are supp lied. EVENING COURSES June 4 to August 30, 1973 COURSE SILVERSMITHING PHOTOGRAPHY BATIK and MACRAME SCULPTURE FIGURE DRAWING PAINTING PRINT MAKING GROUP GUITAR June 18 August 9 DAY Monday Monday Tuesday TIME pm. p.m. p.m. Tuesday p.m. Wednesday p.m. Thursday p.m. Thursday p.m. Monday p.m. and Thursday INSTRUCTOR Dave Dohl Bill Pratt Joyce Wiswell Kent Sheffer Bill Pratt Vladimir Fialo Mirek Fiala Brenda Sopow Dofe Ketcheson The adult evening courses will run night per week for 12 weeks. Course fee is To a reasonable extent materials and equipment ara supplied. Registration for any course, junior or adult, should be m ade not later than the Friday prior to the start of the course. A minimum enrolment must be obtained before the course can proceed. Registrations at the Bowman Arts Centre, 811 5th Ave., S., by phone (327-2813) or in person, Monday through Friday, p.m. SUNSHINE PLAYERS (OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUTH PROJECT) Will be operating a drama workshop for ages 12-15 from July 23 August 3. The program will include pup- pets, masks, movement, design, creative drama and theatre concepts. The fee is and materials will be supplied. Limit of 20 registrations. E.Wood receives the original artier his Wee Whimsy. Send vours to this paper. affirmation of virility, and feelings that contraceptives are unnatural and spoil "true love." Father William Kelly, cf the Lethbridge Separate School sys- tem said the Roman Catholic Church regards individual con- science as the final decision factor in family planning al- though the Pope's stand on non- artificial birth control is the ul- timate ideal. Student Terri Jackson of the University of Alberta, said age restrictions and parental con- sent are obstacles to planning. Ignorance and reluctance to discuss sexuality and family planning are obstacles on Indi- an reserves Olive Whitequill, a welfare administrator and Brian Yellow Horn, a social worker, told the conference. Alberta "has set an example in progressive family planning services, according to Dr. W. Tooley, federal director of fam- ily planning. He said three research pro- jects were approved this year. One is a study of family size, contraceptive use and failure, and unwanted pregnancies in different income and social groups. Carpet Dirty? mr. steam PHONE 328-2853 Carpet Cleaning Ltd. calendar Xi Nu and Xi Iota, Beta Sigma Phi, will hold Exemplar Night at 8 p.m. Tuesday at Sven Erieksen's Restaurant. The girls joining Xi Iota are Kay Bailie from Kappa, Verna Blair from Tau and Gladys Simons from Sigma. Xi Nu will confer the degree on Ruth Rittenhouse, Rolla Chambers and Bernice Ober, as well as Marge Sanford and Bev Per- kins from Tau and Gloria Vir- ostek from Sigma. First United Church Women will hold the spring tea and bake sale Saturday, June 2. there will be a special party for the children in the upper hall, with films and treats for all. A good selection of home baking and handicrafts will be offered as well. Everyone wel- come to join in the fun. NOW YOU ARE FINISHED SCHOOL And Desire too Learn a Profession WHY NOT BECOME A HAIRDRESSER We have 3 fully qualified full time irutrue- treses and we teach all phases of beauty culture, hair styling and cutting, bleaching, tinting and permanent waving. You'll enjoy our new remodelled and air-conditioned school. A professional beautician pays high- er than the average income and opportu- nities are unlimited. Fill Out Alberta Beauty School This Coupon 1405 5th St. S., Lethbridge For More Information NAME ADDRESS Payments Classes Starting Now Lew Monthly Tuition family life by MAUREEN JAMIESON TN my pre salad days I imbibed mountains of books and went to see the occasional movie, so I knew that one day I would grow up and face the happiest day of my life. I would take off my glasses and bingo! I'd turn into a rav- ishing beauty. The world's mostt exciting men would vie for my favors, casually toss- ing diamonds and other rare gems at my feet. My handsome, intelligent husband and gorgeous would have long, learned dis- cussions on lofty plains as we drifted down the Rhine in the moonlight. Between us, we would solve all the really im- portant problems in the world, from starving Asia to Zero population. We would live in a cosy, un- pretentious mansion, filled with mcdest but priceless an- tiques. Loving servants would anticipate my ever gracious whim. I would be eternally glam- orous, even under unusual conditions like a minor hur- ricane, and our shining clean, adorable children would be shining clean and adorable 24 hours a day, as they anxious- ly dashed around to obey my quietly spoken requests. Then I grew up and dis- covered life was real, life was earnest. I took off my glasses and the princess turned into a short-sighted pumpkin, rico- cheting off doorways into odd bits and pieces of furniture. My small mansion is most decidedly unpretentious, with its modest. Early Childhood decor which is even now trembling on the brink of dis- integration. My conversation suffers a certain lack, running the ga- mut from "how many times have I told you to wash your hands before coming to the to "do that again, and I'll cut your heart out and serve it on toast for break- fast." The servants consist of two broken down vacuum clean- ers, a rather decrepit elec- tric mixer and an elderly washer and dryer. All of them dislike me intensely and great delight in thwarting ma at every flip of the switch. The children, I tell myself, are probably all right on the inside, bless 'em, but it is hard to keep up the fantasy of shining clean and adorable on the outside when they come home with knees banging out cf jeans, stringy hair glued up with second-hand bubble gum, ill-assorted socks and torn jackets. I have yet to see any one of them anxiously dashing around to obey my quietly spoken requestts. But in all fairness, perhaps I should point out that my requests are usually more in the ture of a sergeant-major's bellow. As for the eternal glamor bit each morning my hus- band faces a vision of femin- inity like a cold suet pudding with a casual, carefree coif- fure strongly reminiscent of broken mattress springs. Unfortunately, I am not one of those people who can leap out of bed come sun up. For me, getting started in the mornings is akin to wading through a field of porridge, and even through the fog I have come to notice that this is the time of day when-those shining and adorable little monsters are at their ener- getic peak, crashing around the house like a gaggle of steam shovels at full throttle. Many a time I long for some great humanitarian to invent some kind of un-vit- amin tablet to de-activate the little dears until they get to school. This. I tell myself, is down- to-earth Reality. It has Mean- ing. I might even be doing something Worthwhile! V If Looking back over the whole business, the day I took off my glasses may or may net have been the low point in my life, I'm not quite sure. But I do definitely, positively and absolutely know the all- time high the day Young- est Daughter went to the bath- room all by herself. Tossing out the last diaper is the most wonderful ex- perience in the world? THE BETTER HALF ByB arnes "Did you know there are 632 trees in this neighbor- LOSE INCHES IN 90 RELAXING MINUTES THE NEW, EASY WAY! Figure Trim Guarantee You'll lose 2 inches overall on your first visit, and 5 inches by your fifth or your money will be refunded in full. NO CONTRACTS TO SIGN PRICE OPENING SPECIAL FIGURE TRIM WESTMINSTER SHOPPING CENTRE 425 13th St. N. Phone 328-9886 UNIT 34 A.N.A.F. EVERY TUESDAY -8 P.M. IN THE ClUEROOMS JACKPOT (GAME 14) IN 51 NUMBERS (OR LESS) EXTRA WITH GREEN CARD NO WINNER DOUBLED WITH GREEN CARD Increates and 1 Number Weekly Until Won 12 GAMES IN 7 NUMBERS OR LESS THEN DROPS TO TILL WON. Deer Card (woadgrain) each Blue or Brown cards 50c each. Green key card (this card may be pur- chased if a player has a deer card and at least 4 other blue er brown AIL BINGOS CALLED ON A GREEN CARD -MONEY IS DOUBLED IN REGULAR OR 4 CORNERS MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY ;