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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 34 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, November 9, 1974 HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Need Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CALL 328-2860 FOR PICK-UP SERVICE or LEAVE AT 412 1st AVE. S. UofL art show opens Toyo Kawamura of Raymond, left, and Bohumir Fiala of Lethbridge were guests at the opening of their joint art show at the U of L this week. Running until Nov. 29 in the campus art gallery, the exhibit offers striking contrast in the soft, stained oils of Ms. Kawamura and the bold, colorful oils and pastels by Mr. Fiala. Both artists are former U of L students. BILL GROENEN photo PROBLEM HAIR? We specialize in all types of LADIES'AND MEN'S HAIR JANNIS KWONG STYLIST Appointment 327-0150 HIS HERS INTERNATIONAL HAIRSTYLING 218-5th Streets, (across from Gilt Girdens) BONNIE QIJINTON STYLIST Open Thurs and Fn till 8pm Ann Landers Dear Ann Landers: My cousin who lives in a small town in Illinois called me tonight to tell me some terri- ble news. Their oldest child, an eight-year-old boy, was taken to the hospital for tests a few days ago. The verdict brain tumor As can be expected, my i U You bet, and next year prices are going to be substantially higher, we have a limited amount of 1974 units left and here's your chance to get your air conditioning at great savings plus our For Your Purchase of "THE ROUND ONE" AT YOUR LOCAL DEALER COMPETITIVE LOW PRICES YOU WILL RECEIVE FROM CARRIER A CHEQUE FOR DAY MONTH 1974 E aDOW wwrtioned air conditioner] AIR CONDITIONING COMPANY Offer expires Dec. 31 1702-2nd Ave. South Phone 328-5973 cousin is in a state of panic She and her husband don't know what to do or where to take him. They both believe the child is doomed to death (A neighbor of theirs died of a brain tumor two years ago and they watched her linger for several months first blindness, then horrible suf- fering) They say their family doctor is wonderful, but he has no ex- tensive knowledge in this field and they believe they need a specialist. Can you suggest someone or something? Please. Ann Urgent And Waiting Dear Friends: I do not recommend physicians by name. However, I do recom- mend the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota I also suggest that your cousin contact the Association For Brain Tumor Research for guidance This is a non- profit organization located at 6232 North Pulaski Road, Chicago, Illinois 60646 Brain tumor need not mean death. Thousands of people who have had brain tumors are alive and well today thanks to early diagnosis and skilled surgery Dear Ann Landers: I'm staring at this paper trying to think of a way to say this and not sound like a big fool. I guess I'll just have to come right out and ask the question. How does a girl forget a guy who is really rotten? I am 16. and he was a little older I flipped over him and made the big mistake of letting him know it. From then on. it was like I was his slave and he was my master. I know I'm better off without him but I'm Hurt Dear Hurt: If ever there was a "Do-It-Yourself Pro- ject." this is it If you ran still remember the guy's name by the time you read this in the paper, rut out the column and underline the part that says. "Forget a guv who is really rotten Paste it on your bathroom mirror That should doit. Dear Ann Landers: I am 35 My husband is 40. We are both very busy with careers I'm beginning to feel a little selfish because our eight- year-old child won't have a brother or sister unless we get busy My husband doesn't care oneway or the other 1 frankly don't like the idea of going back to diapers and bottles But I feel guilty Should we our daughter if she'd like a brother or sister and settle it once and for air 7 Dear Adults who would allow an eight-year-old 1o make such a decision sound downright foolish to me 1 think vou have more than you ran handle now Women's groups should work together in '75 By LYNNE VAN LUVEN Herald Family Editor The most important skill women can acquire during International Women's Year is the ability to function as consummate politicians, says a YWCA consultant. Patrice Merrin of national consultant for women's programs for the YWCA said in an interview that women must learn how to lobby and work within the political process, if they are ever to win power and influence governmental decisions. "Politics isn't said Ms. Merrin, "But women might as well accept that face it's not going to change." In Lethbridge this week to discuss women's year concerns and projects with local YWCA director Jeanna Baty, Ms. Merrin said that in 1975 of all years designated by the United Nations to com- memorate and further women's status women's groups all across Canada should put aside differences and work together. Women's groups exist on a number of different levels and there's room for all degrees of awareness, Ms. Merrin main- tains. "Psychologically, women seem to be at the most ex- treme ends of behavior ultra-radical and ultra- conservative and it's a shame when you hear women at different ends of the scale wasting their energies attack- ing each she adds. "Who cares about labels? It's what we can do together that counts "Every year is women's year at the says the PATRICE MERRIN consultant. The YW has a "golden image" at the UN for its work on women's status commissions, but this year the organization is working in even closer conjunction with the UN to encourage changes in legislation discriminatory to women in all YWCA member-countries. Although the YWCA's national office does not like to suggest activities for its regional branches, Ms. Merrin says one of the projects she'd like to see considered for Women's Year is the hiring of a research and training team which would be available to teach women's groups the politics of organization. "I think women feel honored that the UN has nam- ed 1975 as women's says the consultant "The UN has done the same thing for ecology and this year, pop- ulation. The recognition of Community calendar women as an entity with problems is long overdue. "Maybe it's tokenism to i degree, but if it publicizes the need for reform and makei even a couple of people more aware of women's concerns then that's worthwhile." Through internationa meetings, like its world coun- cil to meet in Vancouver nex year, the YWCA has founc that women the world over share a great many common concerns, despite ideologica and economic differences, she adds. "Women's concerns are the same the world over chile care, education, labor oppor- tunities and political explains Ms Mernn. At conferences, they may extoll their government's official position on the development of women's opportunities in their country, but when you speak to them as individuals they admit to many common frustrations. While pursuing intellectual and political freedoms women must not forget about their physical selves, warns Ms. Mernn The YW is "fitness-minded" and she is "greatly distressed at the number of women who are ignoring their health if women don't start paying attention to their body, they won't have the energy to enjoy their hard-won freedoms." Women should learn from men, not follow their bad ex- amples of over-worked ten- sion and executive paunch "Men desperately need consciousness raising sessions these says Ms. Mernn "They are locked into a male pecking order, are threatened by women's move to liberation and don't know how to cope with the resulting changes in their personal lives." The Whirl-A-Ways will square and round dance at 8 p.m Monday in the Moose Hall, 3rd Avenue N. All square dancers are welcome. Women are asked to take a box lunch. Southminster Square Dance Learners Group will dance at 8 p.m. Monday in Southminster Hall. Regular lunch. Xi Nu Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, will hold a regular meeting at 8.15 p m.Tuesday at the home of Anne Gascher- mann, 3509 Sylvan Road. Co-hostesses for the evening will be Anne Gaschermann and Delores Christie. The program, Good Lives Part 1. will be presented by Phyllis Hall The Whoop-Up Saddle Club will meet at p.m. Monday at Laurentide Finance Cor- poration There will be no December meeting. Election of officers will be held in January. Oddfellows, Rebekahs and friends are reminded of the card party at p.m. Tues- day in the Oddfellows Hall. Everyone welcome. The regular monthly meeting of the Canadian Pacific Railway Pensioners' Association will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the clubrooms. Election of of- ficers will take place. Members are urged to attend. The regular meeting of the Major Burnett Past Noble Grands Club will be held at 2 30 p m. Tuesday in the IOOF Hall. Visiting Past Noble Grands welcome. The club will hold its annual banquet at 6 30 Wednesday at Encksen's. F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT EAGLES HALL 6th Ave. A and 13th ST. N. 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WHEREVER YOU LIVE THERE S A CLASS NEAR YOU FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL ZE-06124 (TOLL FREE) WEIGHT WATCHERS CLASSES IN LETHBRIDGE St. Anglican Church 11 St. A 4 Avenue ___________Tuesdays at 1 p.m. and p.m. L WATCHERS ;