Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
Abortion one-way ticket for elderly TORONTO ICP) -Dr. K. J. Bannister, a general prac- titioner in neighboring MNsissauga. said here that if Hie abortion rate continues at today's pace there will be too lew young working people to support the elderly, and that old lolks will be speeded to the grave- Speaking at a news conference held by the Friends of Hippocrates, a group ot medical practioners who are opposed to abortions, he said "I visualize the day when every live years, once a person gets above 65, they'll group of medical practitioners who are opposed to abortions, he said: "I visualize the day when every five years, once a person gets above 65, they'll come up for review to see if they can be productive for another five years. If not, they'll be given a way." Dr. Bannister was one ol several doctors and two nurses who presented a prepared statement to importers. It said' "In the Canadian government gave our medical profession the power to kill unborn children. There is no order to kill, simply the power to kill "The profession has responded with indecent haste In 1972 alone, they kill- ed approximately as many un- born children as the total Canadian losses in the Second World War." There were 39.500 legal abortions performed in Canada last year, the state- ment said Dr. Philomena Coelho. a University of Toronto obstetrician, said studies have lound that 60 to 90 per cent of women seeking abortions used no contraceptive device. She said abortion in Canada costs the patient nothing, but contraceptives are not free Wednesday. October 3, 1973-THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD-33 Womens group to submit brief to justice probe frpp mothers for a few hours Members at lare Golden Wedding 50th anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Charles Poch of Frank marked their 50th wedding anniversary with a recent celebration in the Frank Community Hall. Both were born in Czecho- slovakia. They were married at Blairmore by the late Dr. Walter Young, on Sept. 22, 1923. Mr. and Mrs Poch have three daughters, Mrs. Cyril (Mary) Ancelot of Cal- gary, Mrs. L of Bellevue and Mrs. Tom (Myrtle) Sprlak of Blairmore; 11 grandchildren and three great grandchildren. BINGO HALL 1234 3rd AVENUE NORTH WEDNESDAY at P.M. Jackpot S130 in 52 numbers 12 games in 7 numbers 4th 8th Games Doubled in I Numbers 5 Cards 3 FRFE GAMES FREE CARDS DOOR PRIZE NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 SPONSORED BY THE LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE Mr. and Mrs. William Park, who were married Oct. 3, 1923, will hold an open house for friends and neighbors from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday at the El Rancho Motor Hotel, in the Maverick Room (south Mr. and Mrs. Park have made their home in Leth- n (H Ol it bridge, where Mr. Park operated a dry-cleaning dl IVJ VJUl business from 1926 until his retirement in 1969. They Southminster Junior Girls' have one daughter, Mrs. Richard (Kayla) Armfelt Choir will present 3 in 1 at and two grandsons, David and Russell. No gifts, by pm Oct. 20 and 21 at the a Yates Memorial Centre. request. The program will include 30 three musical skits and several ensembles by the _------------------------------------------------------------------------- Teen dels. The Anne Campbell Singers will join the Southminster girls in a presentation of the pop oratorio. Joseph's Dream Coat Also assisting the choir will be Kathy Morris on piano, (iarry Wood on drums and Mark Nelson on guitar. Tickets arc available at Leister's. Irorn choir members or at the door. Ann Landers Merchandise on Sale Thursday, Friday and Saturday, October 4, 5 and 6 BRADFORD COLOR TELEVISION 26" COLOR TV -Solid State -One touch color system SPECIAL 19" COLOR TV -Solid State -Automatic Fine Tuning -Automatic color purifier SPECIAL Free 10 Day Trial on Color Televisions Zellers County Fair Located in Zellers Shopping Centre. Telephone 328-8171. Open Daily a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday a.m. to 9 p.m. Dear Ann Landers: My folks have a good marriage, but it's heading for trouble on account of what is happening next door My mom is a close friend to our neighbor. The woman's husband is running around with his lady bookkeeper and she is over here bawling at least twice a day. We are all sick of the sight of her. She walks in at any hour of the clay or night, her eyes like two burned-out coals. Mom has to quiet her down. Tonight she rame over in the middle of supper. Mom got up from the table and started to take her in (he other room. Dad said. "Please have your supper and ask Ellen to come back in an hour Mom answered, "She needs to talk to me NOW." Dad shouted, "I'm telling you to sit down and eat your Well. Mom got up and left the house with Ellen. Dad was plenty sore. What should be done about this9 Troubled Waters Dear T. W.: Your mother should tell Ellen to get professional counselling and withdraw from the situation. It's admirable that she is trying to help a friend, but ap- parently she is damaging her own marriage. It's a big price to pay lor friendship. Dear Ann Landers: Anyone who reads your column can tell you are still with your original husband. What you don't know about second marriages, ex-in-laws, former wives and stepchildren would fill a library. The advice you gave that woman whose husband is see- ing his ex-wife in the hospital every night was ridiculous. Just because their child is sick Linked with prince Rosie Clifton, a 21-year-old girl romantically link- ed with Prince Charles, looks through rain-spattered window of car on arriving at Crathie Church, where she attended a special service with the British Royal Family. Rosie. SPCIclary from Pnnhco. London, has previous- ly dined with the prince nt Buckingham but friends deny romance rumors. The organization, WOMEN, will meet at 8 p.m. Thursday at the home of Mrs. Lavall (Frances) Isaacson, 909 8 Ave. S.. to consider presenting a brief to the Alberta government's board of review on administration of justice in provincial courts, being held in Lethbridge Dec. 3 and 4. WOMEN will also consider the formation of a women's centre of communication and the possibility ol establishing a child-minding service to is no reason for her to get chummy. Falling into his arms in the emergency room was an attempt to start things up again. Why didn't you tell him so? Most men are pretty dumb about such things. My husband is divorced and his ex keeps trying those little tricks to get him back. Every time there's a funeral in his family she shows up. dressed in black, like she's the widow. She cries louder than anybody and cozies up to my husband as if they were still married. I stick at his side like a mustard plaster. I don't budge an inch. I'm not saying you are no good at your job. Ann. What I am saying is that you don't know anything about certain problems because you haven't lived through them. No Hard Feelings Dear.N. H. F.: If I had lived through all the problems I give advice on 1 wouldn't be in any shape to write anything. But thanks for your letter. or how to be date bait without falling hook, line and sinker. Ann Lander's booklet, "Dating Do's And will help you be more poised and sure of yourself on dates. Send 35c in coin along with a long, stamped, self-addressed envelope and your request to Ann Landers, Box 3346. Chicago, III. fitlfi54. NO MORE WOMEN LONDON (CD Seiitl.ind N ,ird h.is decided not to lecrtut anv more women tor it> force nl mounted officers- The throe female mouniies now with tho police attnict too much attention Irom angry demon.sti.ition crowds police olticial.s free mothers for a few hours when necessary. At a recent meeting of the organization, an interim com- mittee was approved to serve to Dec. 31. 1973, at which time accomplishments during this period will be assessed and priorities established for future development. The com- mittee is as follows: Frances Isaacson, chairper- son; Louise McArthur. recorder: J. Daryl Sturrock, publicity. Members at large are Ruth Vanden Berg of Coaldale, Laurette Simon and Addy Miron. The WOMEN'S program covers a wide range of sub- jects important to women, including legal rights, welfare rights, health care rights, un- wed mothers' rights and il- legitimate children's rights. Membership is open to all women in Lethbridge and the surrounding areas. Further in- formation is available at 328- 3856 SEW-A-RAMA SALE Oct. 4 to Oct. 13 Saw on These Specially Priced Fabrics for Your Fall Winter Sewing 45" Wooly Hand Prints 54" Plain Brushed Just newly arrived. Looks feels like wool flannel, but woven from acrylic so you know its machine washable. Reg. 4.98..........SPECIALW 40" Rayon Velvets With the matte finish. Martinized for crush resistant finish. Colors: Green, Red, Turq. Ruby Gem. SPECIALLY PRICED ___yd. 60" Natural Look Plaids Linen-like ground with colorful plaid stripes. Nylon acrylic so its washable. SPECIAL................yd 39" Embroidered Denims Navy blue with yellow or red embroider- ed fruit pattern. New for Fall. Ultravel So nice cosy for housecoats, jackets Make your gifts early Colors: It. blue, royal, Jig lilac, red, gold. SPECIAL yd.' 36" Hi-Lo Corduroys Ideal weight for pants. Colors: Rust, green, white, red. black, royal. SPECIAL...............yd. 45" Cotton Madras Plaids .98 Colorful gingham plaids for shirts. SPECIAL....... yd. 1 SilkoLina Silk-O-Lina Ltd. 320 7th St. S. Lethbridge Alta. Merchandise on Sale Thursday, Friday and Saturday, October 4, 5 and 6 Quantities Limited BEDDING SPECIALS POLAR FLANNELETTE SHEETS O.22 O.96 Each Each FURNITURE THROWS Now OFF Executive Stripe and Solids SHEETS Double and Queen Size OFF PILLOWS 96 -Flaked foam 0 Each V Zeilers County Fair Located in Zellers Shopping Centre on Mayor Magrath Drive. Telephone F. M fly or M00rAtn 328-8171. Open Daily a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday a.m. to 9 p.m.