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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Octobtr 11, THE IETHMIDOE HWAID _ 17 Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: TCie Season is upon us. My mail brings daily pleas for Worthy Causes. Some are irorthier than others. It's not easy to make a decision. The most ef- fective mailings are often by high-powered advertising agen- cies. The truly deserving charities often can't afford slick brochures. Frequently the brochures are accompanied by warm little notes from close friends, which can be awfully hard to ig- nore. So what does a person do? I like the Salvation Army, The American Red Cross, The Campfire Girls, The Girl Scouts, The Boy Scouts, St. Leonard's House, The Lambs, The Urban League, Portal House, The National Council on Alcoholism, The Visiting Nurses Association, .United' Fund, Mothers For Peace, Dialogue, The National Association for Mental Health, The United Negro College Fund, The .Japa- nese-American Service Committee, The American Indian Center Inc. I want to eliminate Cancer, Heart Trouble Muscular Dystrophy, Infantile Paralysis and Birth Defects, Multiple Sclerosis Hemopnelia, Arthritis, Blindness and Kidney Dis- ease. I want all the poor kids to go to camp. I want every crippled child to walk again. I want everyone who needs a lawyer to have one. But, dear Ann Landers, who will take care of me when I am broke from giving? and Mrs. America DEAR MR. AND MRS. AMERICA: If you take care of yourself you will be taken care of by others perhaps one of the organizations to whom you have contributed. As for me, I'm grateful to be on the giving end and you should be, too. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Our daughter, age 15, was seeing a lot of a certain boy. Linda insisted it was notliing serious, they were" just good friends the usual garbage. The day after Tim graduated from high school Linda told me (prac- tically in hysterics) that she didn't know how it happened because they hadn't "done anything" but she is pregnant. I called our doctor immediately and took her to his office for an examination. The following day Linda had an abor- tion. The next evening the boy's parents came to see us. Tliey were "very sorry" about what happened but Tim was Hon- orable and be would marry our daughter. We were outraged and told them Tim bad better net show his face around our place again. Wouldn't you think after all Linda has gone through that she would have learned her lesson? No such tiling. She is sneaking around behind our backs seeing the boy at every opportunity. God knows what they are doing. The girl has two more years .of high school ahead of her and I'm afraid she'll get pregnant again 'and ruin her life. We can't lock her up. What can. we db? Trouble DEAR TROUBLE: I never thought I'd see the day when I would advise a mother to instruct her 15-year-old daughter in the methods of contraception but this is my advice to you. Linda is undoubtedly having sexual relations with this boy so you might as well be realistic. Morality doesn't figure "tee. These kids have no interest in the subject. They are irre- sponsible and immature bent on instant gratification with no- regard for the consequences. Moreover, sex, to your daugh- ter may well be a weapon against parental "authority. In addition to information on birth control Linda should get counselling. She's a confused angry girl who needs to learn why she places so little value on herself and her fem- innlty. How will you know when the real thing comes along? Ask Ann Landers. Send for her booklet "Love Or Sex And How To Tell The Difference." Send, 35 .cents in coin and a long, aelf-addressed, stamped envelope with your request. own TVTRS. J. C. Landeryou and 1TJ- Mrs. H. Markus will be receiving guests at the annual tea, bake sale and sale of work sponsored by the Lethbridge Social Credit Women's Auxil- iary to be held in the Civic Sports Centre gym 2, on Satur- day from 2 to p.m. Pouring honors will be shared by Mesdames F. Wyton, A. Dogterom, J. Afaganis and S. Coxson. Serving are Mesdames, T. Findlay, V. Erdman, D. Pater- son, J. Parker, K. Vaselenak and in charge of the kitchen are Mrs. G. Oliver, Mrs. L. Mallett, Mrs. V. Odney and Mrs. I. Soenen. Mesdames F. Adams, M. Munson, 1. Fallen and E. Rob- ertson are in charge of the bake table and sale of work. Sale of spoons and stationary is under Mrs. E. Kay, cashier is Mrs. L. Halmrasl and con- vener is Mrs. G. Oliver. A wig demonstration by Ruby Pearson will be featured and Mr. S. Coxson will be in charge of ttc public address system. Women's Auxiliary to the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital will be hostesses at a recep- tion honoring the 1970 grad- uating class from the Munici- pal Hospital and the Gait School of Nursing, Friday, in the residence, following the forma! ceremonies. Mrs. S. J. Smith is tlie gen- eral convenor, while Mrs. D. Oliver and Mrs. J. Begg will be in charge of the decor. Official hostesses will be Mesdames D. Sutherland, G. Draffin, D. Hol- royd, E. MacLean, and A. Weatherup. Presiding at the tea and cof- fee urns are Mesdames J. Oshi- ro, R. Johnson, A. R. Bains- borough, A. Andrcachuk, F. Russell and A. N. Popowich. Serving guests and assisting in other capacities are the Mes- dames P. Alexander, C. Snow- don, W. Strom, A. Anderson, E. Hawn, W. Myers, A. G. Holmes, D. Henderson, J. H. Bcgg, D. .1. Whlmstcr, A. Bell, .7. R. Ayer, D. A. Martin, ,7. Clarke, C. Hosaine, L. Camine, L. Marshall, R. Lindei-man, W. C. Anderson, Miss G. Price and Miss L. Doenz. C Receiving guests for the Friendship tea and bake sale sponsored, by the Maple Leaf Chapter No. 7 OES being held Saturday from 2 to 5 p.m. in Southminster Church Hall, will be Mrs. Hope Ferguson and Mrs. Marion Powell. Hostesses are Mrs. Mary Morris and Mrs. Henrietta Halt. Pouring honors to he shared by Mesdames E. Livingstone, F. Miller, D. McKfflop, M. For- ster, D. Thornton, H. Halt, D. Brocklesby, H. Lyckman, E. Melling and Miss M. Bigson. Mrs. Melba Collier is in charge of aprons, Mrs, L. Ko- metz for decorating, Mrs. Hil- da Lyckman for bake table, publicity by Mrs. Marilyn Sales, tickets and treasury by Mrs. Margaret Orton and Mrs. Georgie McAndless. Convener for tea tables is Miss Gerry McMahon and serving are Mesdames Kay Mi- chaels, M. Fellows, V. Merri- man, Vera Band, Alic Wakelen, Marilyn Sales, A. V.. Weather- up, Mary Thomson, Mary For- ster, E. OIT, Lois Story, Lama Wadstein, Mary Ainscough, Jean Lawrence, Roxy McCal- lum, Hazel Penney and Miss Shirley Wishart. Kitchen convener us Mi's. Doris Larcombe and making sandwiches Friday are Mes- dames Emma Fredericks, Lil- lian Bartlett, H. Mason, Edna Melling, Hope Ferguson, Doris Thornton, Helen Olson, D. Lar- conibc, M. Powell and K. White. Mrs. Isabel Wray and Mrs. Dorothea Brocklesby are in charge of Ihe tea essence and filling tea and coffee pots. In charge of squares is Mrs. Lillian Bartlett and Mrs. Myr- tle Jordan; Mrs. T. Odney, Mrs. Hertlia Matson, Mrs. Ag- nes Peebles and Mrs. Doris Thornton for sandwiches and dishwashers ore Mesdames Emily Yorgason, Emma Fred- cricks, Lois Grant, Helen Ol- son and Muriel Glover. SIMPSONS-SEARS Trade-In Skate Sale 3 DAYS ONLY Hockey or Figure Skates Boys' and Girls' Sizes Men's and Ladies Sizes Styles for the entire family from Boys and Girls to Moms and Dads .98 13 15 old skates are worth money! Bring them In and trade up to a new pair. Styles and sizes For the enfirei.V family. Girls', Misses', Ladies' figure skates, 11-2, 3-5, 6-10, full sizes only. Split leather boot, suede leather lining, fwo-piece split tongue, foam rubber ankle pads, nickel- plated steel blades. Boys', You- ths', Men's hockey skates. Finest split leather, grained vinyl lined, molded toes, reinforced tendon guards. 11-2, 3-5, 6_11, full sizes only. Economy Hockey Skates 16.98 Youthi' 1 n no Men's i n no Reg, 15.98 IA.7O Reg. 16.98 10.70 with trade with trade Youth's, Men's top grain outfits. Block with brown trim, sponge rubber ankle padding, moulded toes and counters guaranteed not to soften, nickel plated blades. 2-5, 6-12, full sizes only. Special Hockey Outfits Men's Reg. 19.98. With trade Black top grain leather skates with brown trim. Full suede leather lining, quilted interlining, double box toes, nickel-plated extra deep pro blades. Full and half sizes. 5-13. Collegiate Figure Skates Misses' IA QQ Ladies' l yl (to Reo. 15.98 lA.YO Reg. 17.98 with trade with trade Save on finest top grain leather boots. Full pearl suede leather lining, foam rubber ankle pads, chrome-plated Mount Royal Pro blades-. 1-5,