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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Delaying is r TORONTO (CP) A doctor said that anil-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 anti- abortion groups also make women feel guilty about hav- ing an abortion. She said she knew of a young girl who 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 14 weeks pregnant. Dr. Dyer said more dangers are incurred in a late-pregnancy abortion than in one performed within the first 10 weeks. She said if agencies do not approve of abortions they should not delay people seeking help- Dr. Dyer, an anesthesiolo- 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 (rom different areas reach a better understanding of one an- other, and achieve a greater na- tional unity." and satisfying atSaf Fridny, May 36, 1972 THE lETHBSIDOt IIJPAIf 17 BOTTLE BABY lynx of en takes a meal under the watchful eye of family dog. The kitten was found by Ben Sweder during logging operations 50 miles south of Prince George, B.C. The dog has taken upon itself the job of keeping the youngster groomed. Wirephoto) University women collect statistics CLAGARY (CP) Women Instructors at Canadian univer- sities need to start collecting statistical ammunition to fight sexual discrimination, a meet- ing women faculty members at the University of Calgary was told here. Naomi Griffiths, committee chairman of the status of aca- demic women for the Canadian Association of University Tea- IS VIRGINITY' OBSOLETE? A generation ago, only rebels or the ultrasophisticated openly admitted to living or Bleeping together outside marriage. In the '70s, things are much different! However, 5n this new age of sexual freedom, how does a teen-aga girl decide if she is ready to enter a relationship thnt in- volves serious sex? How does ehe determine her own sexual standards? What advice should her parents offer? And how strict, or permissive, should they bo.? For the answers to these and other questions, read js VIRGINITY of 34 articles and features in. the Juno Reader's Digest. Get your copy today! chers. said individual cases of discrimination should not he made the battlefield for the whole question. Instead, groups should collect all the data available on fe- male job 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 does bring results." If the research shows job dis- crimination on the basis of sex, pressure can be brought to bear on the universities from a num- ber of angles, said Miss Grif- fiths, a member of Carleton Un- iversity's history department. "Federal money is not sup- posed to go Into a discrimina- tory luring imd salary struc- ture." Miss Griffiths said statistics gathered by the committee so far indicate older universities seem to follow a pattern of be- ing more difficult academical- ly for women than younger campuses. An important part of Improv- ing female representation in ac- ademic circles Is getting better female representation at the undergraduate and graduate levels, she said. Lethbridge Community College SUMMER HORSEMANSHIP PROGRAM riding is viewed as prcporatary 1o the regular courses horsmanSiiip offered by the college. From the basic progr students can move inlo beginners, intermediate, advancer dressage horsemanship training. college prog rom for beginners In- recreational regular courses in im, id or will DO noici ni nin corrals on the college cai rides in tho along Oldrnan River. FIRST SECTIONS COMMENCE Monday, May 29th at tutu nnd Monday, May 29th at p.m. Sections continue till Scpl. lit. Fee S30 Per section For Information nnd Registration Contact SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE lethbriclge, Alberta Phono 327-2141 Ann Landers DEAR ANN: A piece oppeared 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. Elovitz of Birmingham, Alabama, or some teen who 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 Got Busied Man, it's a bad scene, a real bummer. Who wouid've thought It could happen to me I 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 a 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. Hell, weren't they ever kids? It could've been you. You just lucked out. Anyway, get- ting booked was really gross. All that fingerprinting jazz. I called my old man and was he ever licked off. He had to hire 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. I wns going to law school but now that's screwed up. Medical school won't accept me either when the time 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 couldn't cover up her shame. You'd think I hnd committed a crime. It was weird. It's not. like I didn't know it was illegal, it's just that even-body's doing it and I was 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. I just got mixed up wilh a little illegal fun. Funny, somehow 1 don't think the Dean of Admissions will buy it. Oh well, I can always be a plumber or go into 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. When Safeway buyers are selecting can- taloupe they take into account, O! clues, prominence of the "corky" netting Tightness of skin color and abundant fragrance. Enjoy the finest. Fresh, Jumbo Size 45s BUSY BAKER. Pkg. of 40 16-oi. net wt. pkg. TOWN HOUSE SWEET 48 fl. 01. tin Ti ROLLS 1C SKYLARK, FRESH Pkg. of 12 GROUND COFFE SAFEWAY ALL PURPOSE Mb- EMPRESS HOMO OR CHUNK STYLE ...........................48-oz. net wl. tin AIRWAY INSTANT 10 ei. )ar MIXES ROBIN HOOD CELEBRATION, 4 Flavours 18-19 01. nsl wt. pkg. Mi 0 The death rate per BASIL'S C.W.L. lation in Canada is DAY WINNERS Font) Voucher from Mihnlik's: 16 PRIES 2 Pillow Slip Denoted by Mrs. Poni: LETHBRIDGE ALEXANDER LODGE Poll nnd YAKUI.IC. EVERY THURS.-8 13th Avo. S. The Oidman River PQTTERSGUIID Present! Spring Show of Pottery CENTREROOM BOWMAN ARTS CENTER 5th AVENUE SOUTH May 27th and 28th 2 to p.m. 7 to 9 p.m. EVERYONE WELCOME DR. BALLARP'S BEEF OR 15-oz. net wt. Im YING MANOR HOUSE FROZEN WHOLE OLYMPIC, REGULAR OR THICK, SIDE, RINDLESS Vac Pok Mb. pkg. CANADA CHOICE CANADA GOOD BEEF K ROASTS c PRICES EFFECTIVE in Lethbridge May 26-27 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES I960, CANADA SAffiWAY LIMITED ;