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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta frW-y, April I, UTtWHOCI HisAlC Anything for Charity Brunettes Go Blorafe For Bed Bash By BDBfflESSY NEA MEW YOU (NEA) At t party at tie Terrace Ron In New York's Plata Ho- tel the beautiful people wen and bubbly u tfae champagne-, "It's way of tar IK thank you' to Roux Labora- tories kr tbeir wonderful. gift to tfae Southampton Mrs. Newbouse said. Uaggi, btr cobostesses, Mrs, Hsckrtt Jr. and lln. T. Suffern Taller, and aU the female this F.nri-fuB Party came as blondes. Not particularly because the girls reefy believe men prefer tow- heads (MM husbands hardly recAgnbtd their spouses) but to acknowledge Ifaeir gratitude U> tbe hair-eekring firm that un- derwrote the party and donated seven mechanical beds costing (TOO etch to the hospital an institution dear to the hearts of the three hostesses. It was treat to the Fleets, a wealthy group often plagued for donations to charities and note, to come and have for free. And everyone a chance to change her bets on request. It tales ksi nerve than making tbe same decision on your own. "When you're something laid very, very jruoeUe Luda Hacfatt, "you fed freer." Some of the settled tbeir problem with wigs. Mrs. Howard Cutting, wrapped up in a blond, Indian band said her new hair sewed her oH-spricg when they saw it. Everyone was there, from the Richard Adlers to Mrs. Tbom- as Auchjnrlnts. Mrs, GUncarlo Uriels (Aan Ford) and Mrs. Sidney Wood. And hakdresseii from Ardea, Be add, Saks, Charles of the Rita, Michel a Paris and Alfredo of Alfredo and John, who made bashful Monde of Linda Hactatt had a hszd in lie locks. And the blood aura didn't WltJS CTC lOfNDMO. Tntrt even a "Mood" menu chick en, quiche Lorraine, Camem bert and Piper-Hedsieck. Or chestra leader Stuart Lane who played for ,the dancers wrote a special song far the oc casion, "Southampton Blondes. If gentlemen reaBy do prefer blondes, they were immersed In delight that evening. Yet, un- der their lightened heads, .the hostesses were truly bejag'muv istering angels. you Maggi to me, "that Southampton Hospv tal is the only hospital between Montauk'and Riverfaetd, L.I Yet they have machines there bat can remove shrapnel from the eyes and the hospital has become a center where Viet nam veterans are brought have eye wounds of that type The beds bus donated wonderful. "They move imper- ceptibly tad automatically to treat wboHsms, They move Ideways for someone who has Uansed she said. They do aU kinds of thing; ve hours of labor aad the hospital is so happy to So the beautiful people were all blondes for a night. A good me was had by iH, a new concept in charity functions as inaugurated, a worth cause was given a Bft and was all in golden candlelight Ann Landers FOR MBS. MONTAGUE HACKETT Vanier Institute To Meet In Ottawa April 9, 16 EVB4 IN RMK-QuMn.Blzalwth smiles from under her umbrella' when iht> ottiindsil W garden party at Government HOUM, at Sydney, Australia CASH BINGO ST. SASH'S HAU-Cor. IJHi .St. and Mi Ave. N. FRIDAY, APRIL 3rd 8 O'CLOCK BLACKOUT JACKPOT 51 NUMBBIS tfc and Mt Gemes m 1 NUMBKS-12 IUCKY MAW 3 CARDS FOR OR Uc EACH ftnom Undw U Annrad SFONSOKO IT ST. IASTS OUt TORONTO Tbe sixth an- nual meeting of The Vaaier In- stitute of the Family will be held in Ottawa, Thursday, April and Friday, April 10. Tbe Thursday evening and Friday daytime sessions wffl be held at the Chateau Laurier Hotel and tbe annual dinner will be held at tbe Royal Ottawa Coif Chi, Friday evening. Speaker at the dinner wiE be Professor .Harold Fektaan 'of the Department of Human De- velopment and Family Studies, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y. His topic: Tot family m the Tte." For the first ton. at Institute meetings, a number of noa members ftoni orgaana- tions interested in various as- pects of family living have been invited to participate to the general program. About MO of these' are expected to take part. Opening the general sessions Friday win be a panel discus- sion of tbe problems of single- pareot families. Professor Ben- jamin of the Uni- versity of. Toronto School of So- cial Work win be moderator. As panensti, be wffl have with him a widow, a separated wife, divorced married and an un- Later in tfae morning', Profes- sor Ian F. G. Baxter, of the Faculty of Law, University of Toronto and Professor Paul- Andre Crepeau-of the Office de revision du Code civil, Quebec, win deliver papers on "tbe Family and the Law legal implications aad social conse- quences." In the afternoon sessions, Mr. David Fudge, a Molson Fellow on the staff of tbe Institute, will present a report on a statisti- cal investigation of remar- riages of divorced persons and on a study of the development of'Family Courts. Later, Dr. Tom Ryan, a psy- chologist at Carleton Univer- sity, Ottawa, will report on tbe status of a Joint ieaeaidi pro- ject of the Dstttate and tbe Economic Council of Canada into the effechvof deprivation on early childhood experiences. Fashions DEAR ANN LANDERS: Now that men's bafcpleees are becoming more popular, I'm sun you'll be getting thai prob- lem from a good many male readers. I'm a bachelor with a fairly active social nfe. I w a toupee. Problem One: When a women starts to run her fingers through my hair, do I say? Second Problem: Most women prefer to skip the prelimi- naries and go straight to bed. What should I toupee is well fattened to my head but I would not risk sleeping In it. I experimnted one night while sleeping alone and awakened to find my hairpiece under me pillow. How does a man teU a woman that tfae hair sac has been admiring Is not his own? DEAR URB: Do you really need a hairpiece? Yon sound as if you need a bodyguard. Hare you beard of the new type that stays on during hurricanes? The bsir is embedded in a plastic shield and held to the head by.adhesive pads rather than glue. I am not selling hairpieces this season so please don't ask me the brand name or where M can be obtained. And this goes for all readers who are interested. DEAR ANN'LANDERS: A nadntgbt phone call informed m that my sister lay near death in a hospital. Her husband bad taken her there after she began to hemorrhage following a botched abortion by a barber. I write this letter after a second caD five days later saying, "She will make H." My aster was cot an unwed mother. She is 31 and has three children. Her husband approved of tbe abortion. Their three youngsters are under six years of. age. Illness and unemployment put them in a bad financial bold. They nut couldn't MB having a fourth child at this time. The barber had performed hundreds of successful abortions, according to their information, but this time something went wrong. Bow many times must this tragic story be repeated before we can get some laws passed in this country? Why do Aiwriean women have to go to Japan and Sweden and Mexico aad Why must this be a matter for the govemineatT What could be more personal than me decision to have a child or not to have one? I hope you win take a stand en this issue immediately. Champion DEAR CHAMPION: I have taken a stand. Twice. I've gone on record in favur of the sharp revision of existing abortion laws. Tbe urn in most states now are highly un- realistic and cruelly discriminatory against the poor; More- over, tbe bad laws force physicians to make false statements VALUE PRICES IF YOU LIVE WITHIN THIS AREA A volunteer Cancer Socie! will call on you during the month of April IQBETIVE CANCER BLITZ City of LETHBRIDGE and the towns of FOREMOST and NEW DAYTON STARTING 1KWPJL CREATE A -NEW YOU1 Do you dress for tbe man in your life? If you don't, you should. Ask him to help you pick out a dress or a pantsuit Listen to bis comments on the clothes you wear, then wear his favorites. He may also have some advice on your there may be an aspect of your personality that doesn't show braogh B the way you dress, but has tremendous appeal for him. Let him help create a yon." regarding dangers which might result from tbe birth of a child. Public sentiment is slowly but surely turning in this direction and I 'say it's high time. Congratulations to Hawaii They've recently passed tbe best abortion legislation of aU How lovely that the last should be first! DEAR ANN LANDERS: .I'm a 18-year-old girl who has been told a dozen times never to ride with strangers but paid no attention. I was sure those terrible things I read ahou in the papers always happen to someone else. It was o'clock at night, and getting cold. I decided to save the bus fare and hitch a ride, 1 got into the first car mat blue sedan. A middle-aged man was driving. Within two mu> uta I knew I had made big mistake. The man looked as if he'd been drinking. He asked me crazy questions. Sud- denly be turned into a side street men onto a dirt road. 1 thought of jumping out, but the doors were locked and be was driving pretty fact. Suddenly, be stopped behind a clump of trees, dragged out of tbe car and tried to rape me. I managed to get free and ran for my life. He chased me and I fell. Before I could get up, he" literally pulled me up by the hair and began to beat me to "make me behave." I got loose and started to run again this time into a barbed-wire fence. Somehow I crawled through a hole m tfae fence aad hid behind a clomp of bushes. He lost sight of me so I kept my hew! down and remained still. I must have lain there for 20 minutes when 1 beard his car drive off. i I then began to walk home. It was tbe longest walk of my life. I had hurt my knee and my bead was bleeding where be bH me. I stopped at tbe first house I saw and called the police. They came and got me and drove me borne. I'm still recover- ing from sprains and bruises, but I'm lucky to be alive. If 'my letter can save just one girl from going through what I experienced, it wffl be worm me effort took to write it and Lucky DEAR D and L: being alive, that is. PRESERVES FRESHNESS Freshness may be restored to wilted salad greens by dipping them Wo hot water and then into Ice water to which a ottle vnegar ho been added. RUMMAGE SALE SAURDAY, APRIL 4-10 A.M. SOUTHMMSTBl CHURCH HA11 Spmcrad by SOUTHMMSTH UCW V T WaV V aW SUNDAY, APRIL let your fingers do the walking through the YELLOW PAGES ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES Beef, Turkey, Chicken Banquet MEAT PIES ICE (REAM 691 Alberta Gold 3 pint assorted PEACHES MRS. MILNE'S 14-or. tins 3199' PEARS MRS. MILNE'S 14-ox. SYRUP NABOB, PANCAKE 54-oz. carton 49' COFFEE 99' MJB Mb. tin W W JUICE SUN RYPE, APPLE BLUE LABEL 48-oz. tin POTATO (HIPS (HO DUTCH Tri Pak 2 !99' POTATOES Can. No. 2 Gem or Red 20 i 99' LEG OF LAMB 79' AUSTRALIAN Ib. PHONE 328-1751 FOR FREE DELIVERY ;