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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Frijny, Mny 56, 1972 _ THE lETHBSIUr.r MEFAll? 17 Delaying abortion is risky TORONTO (CP) A doctor said Ilial anti-abortion agen- cies delay referring women to abortion counselling agencies until their pregnancy is ad- vanced so far abortion is dan- gerous. Dr. Natalie Dyer said anil- abortion groups also make women feel yuilty about hav- ing an abortion. She said she knew ot a young girl wlio went to an anti-abor- tion group when two weeks pregnant. They delayed send- ing her to an abortion counsel- ling agency until she was M weeks pregnant. Dr. Dyer said more dangers are incurred in a late-pregnancy abortion than in one performed within the first ]0 weeks. She said if agencies do not approve of abortions they should not delay people seeking help- Dr. Dyer, an aneslhesiolo- gist, was speaking to a meet- ing sponsored by the Ontario Women's Abortion Law Repeal Coalition. OPEN HOMES MONTREAL (CP) Owners of farm houses, cottages and people with spare bedrooms are being asked to open their doors to low-income families on vaca- tion. The Societe Vacances- Families, a non-profit .eferral organization, says the project will get families away from rou- tine and may "help Quebecers from different areas reach a better understanding of one an- other, and achieve n greater na- tional unify." BOTTLE BABY lynx of en lakes a meal under the watchful eye of family dog. The kiMen was found by Ben Sweden during logging operations 50 miles south of Prince George, B.C. The dog has taken upon itself the job of keeping _ _ the youngster groomed. University women collect statistics CLAGATIY (CP) Women Instructors at Canadian univer- sities need to start collecting statistical ammunition to fight sexual discrimination, a meet- ing of women faculty members at the University ot Calgary was told here. Naomi Griffiths, committee chairman of the status of aca- demic women for the Canadian Association ot University Tea- IS VIRGINITY OBSOLETE? A generation ago, only rebels or the ultrasophisticated openly admitted io living or sleeping together outside marriage. In the '70s, things are much different! However, in this new age of sexual freedom, how does a tccn-ago girl decide if she is ready Io enter a relationship that in- volves serious PCX? How does phe determine her own sexual standards? What advico ehould her parents offer? And how or permissive, should they be-.? .For 1hc answers to Ihcsn mid oilier questions, rend is VIRGINITY of 34 articles nnd features in Iho Juna Header's Digest. Get your copy today! chcrs. said individual rases of j dis criminal ion should not he made the haUleficld for the whole question. Instead, groups should collect all the data available on fe- male joh applications, female hiring and female applications to graduate departments, "It, would be difficult work, and a great deal of research but this kind of global attack is extremely valuable and docs bring If the research shows Joh dis- crimination on the basis ot sex, pressure ran be brought to beav on the universities from a num- ber of angles, saJd Miss Grif- fiths, a member of Carleton Un- iversity's history department. "Federal money is not sup- prwcd to go Into a discrimina- tory hiring and salary struc- ture." Miss Griffiths said stal isfics gathered by the commit lee so far indicate older universities seem to follow a pattern of be- ing more difficult academical- ly for women thnn younger campuses. An important, part of Improv- ing f finale representation in ac- ademic circles Is gelling betler female representation at the undergraduate and graduate levels, she said. Lethbridge Community College SUMMER HORSEMANSHIP PROGRAM riding Is viewed en preparatory to tho regular courses in horsmanship offered by iho college. From ihe basic program, sludenls can move inlo beginners, inlormediolo, advanced or dressage horsemanship iroininq. Tho rrqulnr summer college proqrom for In- Tho rrgul rludri inslrut lion program for q room in q, dismount- idvoncod 'roining drcssope, and ming of holh horse and ridr FIRST SECTIONS COMMENCE Monday, May 29th at a.m. nnd Monday, May 29th at p.m. Sections continuo (ill Scpl. lit. Fee S30 Per section For Informalion and Registration Contact SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Iclhbridge, Alberta Phono 327-2141 Ann Landers DEAR ANN: A piece appeared In The Beth El Youth Teen Topics that might be of interest to your readers. No one knows whether It was written by Rabbi M. H. Elovkz of Birmingham, Alabama, or some teen wlio asked that his identity not be revealed. The authorship is not important, but the message is. The Man I Wanted To Be, Or Too Bad I Gol Busted Man, It's a bad scene, a real bummer. Who would'vc thought It could happen to me 1 mean, like it was some- thing cool to do. Just part of the scene. So some kids ex- periment. So what? Besides, it'll be legal in n few years anyway. Damn the establishment! You'd think the fuzz was born with sirens in their heads and "do-good" stamped on tieir bottoms. weren't they ever kids? It could've been you. You just lucked out. Anyway, get- ting Iwokcd was raally gross. All that fingerprinting Jan.. 1 called my old man and was he ever lacked off. He had to liire a lawyer to get me out. He's got influence. I thought I'd get off with a reprimand, maybe grounded for a while and that would be the end of it. It wasn't. They booked me and I've got a record. 1 xvns going to law school but now that's screwed up. Medical school won't accept me either when the lime comes. Why should I suffer? Look at all the kids who do dope and never get a glove laid on 'em. You should have seen my mom's face. Even nil that makeup r.ouldn'l cnvor up her sliamp You'd think 1 hnd committed 3 crime. II was weird. Us not like I didn't know it was illegal, it's just lhat even-body's doing it mid 1 the one who got nailed. Besides, 1 was holding it for a took a couple of drags. There must be some way to clean up this mess. I'm sure as hell not a criminal. 1 just got mixed up vilh a little illegal fun. Funny, somehow 1 don't think (he Dean of Admissions will buy it. Oh well, I can always be a plumber or go info my dad's business. On second wonder if my dad would hire Uncertain DEAR FRIEND: Maybe the origin is uncertain, but the message is clear. Thank you for writing. The death rale per popu- lation in Canada is 7.4. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE EfKS LODGE ROOM (UpslnirO EVERY THURS.-B p.m. ST. BASIL'S C.W.L. MOTHER'S DAY TEA WINNERS 1. Fosd Voucher from Miliolik's: ANITA PRIES 2. 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BALIARB'S BEEF OR LIVER 15-oi. net wt. lin FRYING CHICECEN MANOR HOUSE FROZEN WHOLE ____ vy CANADA CHOICE CANADA GOOD BEEF OLYMPIC, REGULAR OR THICK, SIDE, RINDIESS Voc Pok Mb. pkg. ROAST or ST i GOOD BEEF.......................... ROASTS FRESH PICNIC WHOLE ......r......................................... Id PRICES EFFECTIVE in Lethbridge May 26-27 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES C 1960, CANADA SAFEWAY LIMITED ;