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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THI IETHBRIDGE HERMFl Saturday. November 25. family life by MAUREEN JAMIESON I HAVE been brought up to iit'lievc1 I he Bins in Jjlue arc my hcst friends. Mother always toM me if I gol lost, had lo find the wash room in a hurry, needed lo escape from a mad rapist or wanted lo know the lime ask a policeman. Over thc years I followed her ailuce. ami except for one minor fall from grace when ihe Boys called to tell us my aunt had been murdered, (hey kept up their end ol our relationship admirably. (The aunt, incidentally, was silting having dinner vith us at Uie lime. Anyway. I eventually passed all (Ins brainwash- ing on to my own young, and found thai on Hie odd occasion when we were faced with some minor prob- lem, the Boys lived up lo my expectations. When one of our brood was caught scratching liles from a school wall and another fell a Emotional support of family vital for ileostomy patient By .ll'DE TL IIIC Ilprolcl Starr Wrilcr The problems of Ihe colosln- niy and ileostoniy patient don't end on release from hospital. They have usually just begun. of the secretions you ho- pnliculs. Uave himself found come nervous about chancing new and better techniques. and about dropping appli- ance in public you wonder if there's any smell when you're out roof, the Boys rushed over to our house and doled j derweni ilecsiomy and ihe person lias lo fight Emotionally, being rejected them through on his own lllose lllm "It's a helluva lot heller lo j ltle person's mind, accept this thing Ihsn being a r nxrllnn d e a d, and that s what it amounts to in most said Dsve (a pseudonym i wlio un- "I'm always aware of he said, 'lint Hie deodorants I used caused terrible skin break- down. "A nurse in Calvary, an osiomate herself, put me on Lo using aspirin. II works heller lot of uu- than anything. A new product said Dave, "if the that's available only in thc Uni- person is single, from his par led States replaced the old ad- ents: if married, from the bus- or v.'ife.'1 "There he out a trainload of sympathy and understanding along with a few necessarily nasly threats lo keep Hie little darlings in line. Once Iliey even brought Ihe cat home. In short, even-tiling was sweetness and until The Herald announced its entirely unnecessary plans for expansion, and gobbled up the parking lot. I was tossed out onto the streets, and lefl al Ihe mercy of row upon row of inhuman parking melers flaunting vile yellow violation banners. And overnight my loveaule blue crusaders turned Into vicious beasts of prey, prowling the concrete jungle of Fiflh Avenue, searching oul my automobile. Daily they flush out their quarry, and crouch pen- cil in hand, ready to pounce al the last lick of the meter. An unending stream of parking lickels is being showered on my hapless head We've cul down on groceries lo meel the insali- able demands of (he money-grabbers. I slopped hav- ing my hair done. W'illyum gave up his salted pea- nuts. The children are going barefool In our house, the mounds of official lit lie enve- lopes are reaching flood proportions. Shortly they will pour through the windows and nut Ihe doors. Soon Ihe whole city will be submerged in a vast sea of dirty white paper. Geologists from near and Radical surgery removed all j Placed on tllc Dave his large bowel 'and an artifi-1 stressed that "life rclurr.s to cial anus was formed in the! j wall of his abdomen j "'s Jusl mailer The ope-.-ation was perma- i Ihe appliance wire a week ,'nenl. For II.i rest of IPS life. I emptying Ihe hag about Dave will wear a plr.slic bag over (he lo coliecl body always has lo Though minor limitations are something better than what yo'.i're using now. so tiy il." As a final comment. Dave said, "you really have to ac- cepl il (thc operation) make up your mind not lo have any psychological problems." Dave is mamed. has a fam- ilv and a job dealing willi Hie fully active MODERN, SIMPLE EQUIPMENT Shown are ol ihe available for col- oslomy and ileostomy palients. The plasli: appliances are worn lo called lecrelions from Ihe small inlesline; acting ns an extarnal excretory syslem. A Calendar Of Local happenings Oddfellows, Rebekalis a n d Welfare Centre will be open lo i Faith Rebekah Lodge will four times a day. "And with all thc m-w equip- I excretions from his small intes-! lnent cn llle there's r.o public. He "leads a ______..... line. lo any an'Uiualsd ap- social life friends arc reminded of the! public from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. mecl Monday al B p m: in ''The ili'.nstomy." said Dave 0 s t o m a I e s or prospective card party lo be held Tuesday on Ihe and Ihird Tuesday i Oddfellows Hall Nomination ol "is a final type of thine, wherei! Os'omy clubs, added Dave, osiomates may contact Dave al p.m. in Ihe Oddfellows i nf each monlh. Dec. 5.! officers will he held Visiting many .for information by phoning 37B-i Hall, Everyone welcome. Kebetahs v.eitome 0737 or .128-30CO. udies 0, 'lie scueral meeting o[ Ihe L o d R e No. 32, Order of Ihe Milk River Belles 'n Beaux BEETS Malhr-iis Cluh will be held! oval Purple, will have Dis- Square Dance Club will dance Eeels can tie kept for two to Tuesday at p.in, at the j tricl Dcputv Pal Deimulh pay j Tuesday al C p.m. in the Elks a portion of small I .have c.rgani7ed in is brought out through the larger centrcs help answer sloma (opening) and an appli-1 qlle3llons ance is worn over il." There ls a c'uh Calgary." Once surgery is performed, (here is a continual and raee' he said, "where ll'.e members discuss nc-w products months at temperatures of; VU'CA. with (lie new 32 degrees fahrenheit and rela-' meeting al 2 p.m ask questions and ostomy patient. controlled draining process tak- ing place. on thc ouiside is OLl have idta llow L'an cent, thought of as Iwin" I sel your nund at easc lo a he said, "so Ihe prrfon in that an I'eoslomy come .situation comes In think of him- room, looking self as Ijeins i-nul'ive [healthy and appeal -ing very "There has .-of lo be a break- down of thk reeling fin society) llie aims such a it's all so damn frustrat- club' said Dave' is lo assia lhe patient ui making his first ap- During the initial period prior i change. tive humidities of 90 to !Ti per The Sevnnlh-clav 3Ca W111LC ja JCJ IIUIII dllll i.n, initial pl-'lluu JJIJUi far will rain down curses on Ihe heads of Ihe mali- Pensioners elect slate of officers executive an official visil Jforday al C Hall. Women are asked lo p.m. Officers and drill te.tm are please bring a box lunch, requester] lo near long while Adventisl j dresses. Lunch will he served.: SoulliminsliT square dance i learners'group will dance Mon- day al B p m. in Soulhminsler hall. Women are asked lo please bring a box lunch. cious polluters of Ihe earth, and the Boys in Blue will end up on the wrong side of (heir own cells with 1he doors firmly locked And f. personally, shall Hi raw away the keys. Oil explained Dave. "Hie break- down ot Ihe skin around the Kerric Marshall said in an in- PtomajsjjauEod hy lire acidity here thai Ca- iiadians "must recognize in na-' the federal government should lional planning that (he child is set up n special bureau of child our greatest na'.ural at first chanee is indescribable I was in a cold sweat lor two and a half hours trying to dn il there was adhesive to t ..._ .mimj and Senior Citizens Society, need for understanding enter JW'.V arcraa ure s on a. pa-i- c into Hie world ol the Hereto- the llle facG i Drcsirlenl male. plate, secure the bag and hell. P'csulcm "And all UK time remember- psychological as well as me- rhanical prolilcms are encoun- j Icrerl. Otlor. skin breakdown and Ihe Leadership role lield women BAY. Out. rCpi "It's alt a mechanical thins TORONTO (CI'i Tlie na- tional director ol Ihe Canadian Save the Children Fund savs ing not to have anything touch the intestine as it bleeds easily." Through contacts with oilier A re cent election of olfi- afternoon al Hie Civic Eporls cers of Original Pensioners Ccnlre Thc senior nlizcns also have. n? Young Men's Christian As- named I.. C. Halmrast as a w-hicli practices one af- ternoon per week, and any in- leresled per.sons are invited to phone THE BETTER HALF By Barnes development "to focus attention on the poor state of early child- hood care in Ibis LETHBRIDGE HANDICRAFT GUILD Tablecloth Raffle won by E. Hoffarth 521 IHh St. N., UfbLmrV "We can't, aliord lo Ijrinp up more and mt're inadequate adults." he paid. Mr. Marshall said govern- menL bureau ivould Oia re- search, resource and finding centre." which would critically j examine programs and facil- ities for preschool cliildrcn. The bureau, lie said, also woiHd finance specific pro- grams such as Iree dav care, centres for lower-income fami- lies and parcnl education courses. HOME LEAGUE LADIES' TEA NOVELTIES AND BAKE TABLE Wednesday, November 29th to p.m. SALVATION ARMY CITADEL Corner 13th St. and 4th Ave. S. "What wrong? We ran out of month before we ran out of ana ou-t of town Mrs. A. G. Schroler. Mrs. U. following Ihe Anne Campbell, Melnyk and Mrs. M Giesbreclit Singers' evening performance finest artists will lie Bette and Bonnie Beswick of Spring ASTRO REALTY, WESTMINSTER SHOPPING PLAZA 5th Avenue ond T3lh Street North Phone 328-7748 NOVEMBER 20th thru NOVEMBER 26th A new company prepared lo servo you heller Member of Multiple Listing Servico Drop hy for n cup of coffoo and meol our friendly scilei ilnff Exclusive Agents for "KRAHN HOMES LTD." DON'T MISS THE SHOWING OF THESE BEAUTIFUL SHOW HOMES TIMES AND PLACES IN LAST NIGHTS HERALD Mr Halmrasf foimer Socreil minister of welfare and social sen-ices, was re-elected unani- mously to head Ihe 400-membei Other members ot t h e new executive are C. Ryan, re turned as vice-presideni and B tfvenson named second vice-president. Mrs. Jackson retained the office of secretary, with Mrs Martha MacDonald continuing as treasurer. Counsellors include T Clay, Mrs. R. Chomiak and Mrs. T. Odncy. P a s I president is Don Baron, who will remain on thc executive. Tlie society welcomes mem to card games held each Monday and Thursday: lo aux- iliary meetings held every sec nnd and fourth Friday; and tfi j the general meeting on Ihe fourlh Wednesday of the month All meetings are held in the 'Eliminate retail butchers urges consumer official SASKATOON' CCP> The beef grading system. Consumers' Association of Can- She sa'.d the new system has packaged at packing houses to I ho r.ew grades, implemented eliminate Ihe need for butchers J Sept. 5. arc not marked on pack- sociation, long considered a male domain, has had leader- i ship here from Ihe opposite sex for some lims. Mrs. Bruce McC'ulloch. pres- ident of (he hoard of directors since last February, said here another women held the same position in North Ray several years ago. Ami thc idea appears lo be catching on. Mrs Norman .larvie was elected lo a similar post in Woodstock, Ont., recently. At that lime, she was believed to be the first woman president of the YMCA in Canada. HELP US TO HELP OTHERSI The Salvation Army Welfare Services Need Clolhing, Furniture, Toyj, Household Effecll CALL 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVlCt OR LEAVE AT 412 In AVE S. CHRISTMAS i. DISNEYLAND Coulee, playing a duet for clari- ncl and flute Tlic annual Salvation Ar: tea. hake table sale i Crcwle will he hclrl Wednesday from r retail stores, Margaret apes. Thus the consumer is not Crowlc told a seminar al the i aware of Hie grade hping pur-' University of Saskatchewan, closed. An association official, Mrs. th? pi'ovision of this Busted that to im- information at the retail level i 'tiualiry of Iwef it l'lc Consumer c'emand p.m. Iti iTii p'nr'inThe dUuk'K should he fixiien at re rr is t D r cflin .safes nnd RC- ISIh St nnd 4ih S int? houfts eliminating Ihe fresh back lo Ihe rea rlurinff the first meat siitinp in refai} stores. J pJ-oclucLion side of the hum1 he Mrs. Ken Hurl- "Ninety-rive per cent of con- j Mrs. burr anl Mrs. -lohn sumws freeze heef at home, so Fjnlure lo Ihis will "jeop- Hill .lamiebon and Mrs foii'-umer olwinusly atrccn'.s i lhl' ;ilillll-v uf tllc meat A. Shaekloford will pour for i hcrf." she said during1 in i-uly meet consum- the remainder of Ihe afternoon, i thc seminar on Canada's new i C! llic i She dflflrd ujoi-e inJoriua- tion was needed if i M'e in lie satisfied nnd an edu-' eorsumcr accept i higher prices if Ilio reasons were known. ''An uninformed consumer is suspicious." M Crowlc said conversion Ihe consumer market lo the i-cL'cpL'ince of beet was i desirable and ''diiitti jxissihle if ni'derlaken Ity llw meat indus- Iry a whole." Dick salw manager; For j p Saskatoon livestock market- firm, said lie opposed (ho new jiradint; syslem which j ptoco.s more empliii.si.s on l.hc I He said the now system nd-'. i afferls producers lie- cause il eonsumors nnd rclaile.rs. "Personally T don't Ihink the consumer really knows what slic he said, nddinft lhal, hrf'.'iiiM? of Die revision differ- f ml lypt-s of beef are in demand forcing In nuv.'krt dif- i ferent lypca of Departing December 23 By Hiway Cruiser SEE Disneyland, tos Angeles, Son Diego, Tijuana, Mexico, LCM Vepas, Sail lako City and mo e. INCLUDES: Transpor- lalion, nightly modalion, sightseeing in all major cllie- lai Vegas bonus, Hi- ncighhor party nnd more. ESCORTED: 15 fun fill- ed days. ARIZONA CALIFORNIA Departing February 3 By Daluxe Hiway Cruller DS SEE: Phoenix "Old Tucson" Tijuona, Mexi- co, tas Vegas, LCi Angeles, Disneyland, San Diego, San Fran- Mormon nccle and more. INCLUDES: Transporta- tion, nightly accommo- daiions, Mghlseeing in afl niojor cities. har parly and much more. ESCORTED: 15 fun fill- ed As low ai For FREE Bioehurt Call Vour Travel mr. Call Operator (no charge Ask lor Zenith M061 207 Kresge Bldg. Edtnonron, Alra A.M.A. WORLD TRAVEL 605 5th AVE. S. PHONE 328-7921 or 328-1181 Nutritional loyi yet to pailoj within llmllt, of All Weight Wnlcherj1" membin lay ahrihf Si. Aunutlini-'i Angliccin Church 1 I Slmel nnrl 4 S. tUESDArs C.M. and P.M. Cardiien Unilfld Church Cnrdslon Albftrla WEDNESDAY P.M. Taber Civic Contrl Tabvr, Albtrla THURSDAYS P.M. ZENITH 06124 WEIGHItWATCHERS. Tht worid'i mart wciftrt control proffMn. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALI PHONE 328-3201 P. LAWSON TRAVEL MARQUIS HOTEL BIDG. PHONE 32B-3000 ;