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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 IKE IITHKIDOE HERALD Monday, April 27, 1970 Local Guiding Service Honors 60th Anniversary "Girl Guides of Canada is quiie an organization to belong said Mrs. K. B. Clysdale, national commissioner of Girl Guides of Canada, while speak- ing to Chinook Area brownies, guides and rangers in Letb- bridge, Sunday. J O ut Tau Chapter, Beta Sigma PU, held a suppef party at the home of Mrs. Pat Hooper in honor of Mrs. Carol Fekete and Mrs. Carole Perry who are pro- gressing to Exemplar Chapter, and Mrs. Cheryl Thompson, who is leaving the city. Farewell spoons vrere presented during the evening. Tau Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, will hold its next meeting Tues- day at the home of Mrs. Sandy Mitchell, 210 North Mayor Ma- grain Drive. Co-hostess will be Mrs. Cheryl Thompson. Pro- gram The Printed Word and Your life will bn presented by Jfrs. Sue Barnes and Mrs. Pat Hooper. In charge of the tea room at the Annual Sunshine Bag Tea to be held Wednesday in the lounge at the Lefhbridge Auxiliary Hos- pital wfll be Mrs. Colin Darcel, with hostesses Mrs. G. Oliver and Mrs. E. G. McArxfless. Serving the guests will he Mesdames W. A. Johnstone, H. Belliveau, G. H. Mitchell, A. S. Hov-an, C. C. Usherwood, J.-D. Henderson, G. Scott, J. G. Beier- te, F. J. Parrott, N. 0. Gflles- pie, B. Whitney, C. Brantner, Miss L. M. Parry, Mrs. L. Mat- kin. Decorating will be done by Mrs. G. Millar, who will also be in charge of the patients' tea room. Mrs. H. G. Houlton, Mrs. A. Vrks and Mrs. A. L. Hsckef will handle kitchen arrangements. Assisting in other capacities will be Mesdames G. Notting- ham, L. DeVries, I. Rettie, A. Cunningham, P. Jones, B. H. Perkins, N. Macdonald, J. B, McLeod. The sen-ice held in the Civic Sports Centre was to celebrate the 60th anniversary of guiding in Canada. Mrs. Clysdale said that girk must not only think of the groups in this area but "out in the province, out in Can- ada and out in the world." Girls guides head office in Toronto received a of one of the most northerly groups. Six Eskimo girls "seri- ously" participating in t eaa-. die light ceremony were hold- ing the "smallest of candlet." Mrs. ClysdaleAtoid the .assem- bly this was an example of io- votvemeet and devotion pres- ent in every area. She talked about a group of Negro guides, in the poor part of a city but in a powrty- strioken part of the country." The program there Mould not show achievement in the same way as girl guides in this area know it, but that Negro group sang and had its own type fulfilment. Mrs. Clysdale was presented with a souvenir of Lethbridge by Mrs. F. H. Ward, as a token of appreciation for being pres- ent and speaking to the girls, Mrs. Lloyd Smith, deputy pro- vincial commissioner expressed greetings from the province. Ann Landers EVaYWHOE A GW. GUIDE Mn. K. B. Clysdale, national commissioner for Girl Guides of Canada, was the featured speaker during a Chinook Area guiding service, Sunday in tfie Lethbridge Civk Sports Centre. Trie service was to celebrate 60 years of guiding in Can- ada. Brownies, guides and rangers from the area were present. Turns Catholic LONDON (AP) The form- er high fashion Bron- wea Pugh, 39, widow of the third Viscount Aster, has be- come a Roman Catholic. Lady Aster's country home in Surrey adjoins the grounds of a pro- gressive order of nuns, the Franciscan Missionaries of the Divine Motherhood. Key Designers Drop Below Knee Pro-Mini Supporters Do Battle By ANN HENCKEN NEW YORK (AP) Despite of open rebeilioii by pro- mini women, many key United States fashion designers plan to show only styles for fall. But the opposition is fierce and active. As buyers began arriving here to select fall styles for their stores, the pro-mini groups are girding for battle. Patricia Deem, president of the Washington based Fight against Dictating Designers says organizations such as i Award and Cotton Fashion are busy gathering signatures Award winner, will be one to on petitions "to let the fashion world know we want a choice of The petitions wiH be sent to designers, manufacturers and major' retailers. "All we ask is a says Juli Reding Hutaer, president of Presemtion of Our Femininity and Finances in Los Angeles. But for many designers, the ladies are asking too much. Donald Brooks, twice a Coty 100 Women Enter Derby TORONTO (CP) -More than 100 women from Canada and the United States mil take off May 4 in the In- ternational Angel Derby, flying from here to Nassau. Because there will be no night flying, they mil stop over "at Ponfiac, Mich., Cincinnati, Ohio, Alabama, Georgia, Or- lando and Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Sixty-three aircraft are entered. The Canadian entrants are from Toronto, London, Ont, and Montreal. L.A. TO T-.O.E. BINGO Monday, April 27th JACKPOT 54 NOS. "20 AlARM MNGO" Gold Card fay, Dovbki JS Door Pihe-Free Cards (Many other extras) Regular Cards ?5c or J for J-. )rd the short look com- the woman who will insist o.i the mini this fall, he says: "I'll dare her to show her face." An impressive array of fash- ion names will join Brooks for all long collections: Geoffrey Beene, Oscar de la Renta, Sar- mi, Molly Farms, Gayle Kirk- Patrick, Leo Nardueci, Larry Al- drich, Chester Weinberg, Adele Simpson, Don Simonelli and probably Galanos, who showed :or spring. Galanos would say only that "long is where the direction is." Sey- mour Fox already hu present- ed his all-long line. Pauline Trigere, this spring's champion of shorter hems, pre- ferred not to be pinned down, saying srie would do a "varia- ran of lengths." Norman Norell las not decided whether he'll go strictly long. Designers who will definitely low some above the knee tyles are: Bill Blass, Jacques iffeau, Anne Klein, Beverly :oyer for Gino Charles, Chuck oward, Anne Fogarty and tan Herman of Mr. Mori. lardy Amies [lails Midi Special Bread Has Few Extras Says FDA WASHINGTON (AP) -The housewife who pays more moeny for certain speciatit breads may be getting nothin substantially different from cheaper plain bread. The U.S. Food and Drug Ad ministration says it'found in suiVey of some butter; eggs potato and buttermilk breads baked in the United Slates tha the amounts of special' ingred ents in them are unreasonabl low. In one instance, a "butter bread was found to contain n butter. Other butter breac were found to contain as muc as Vk pats. The average number of pal found to be present was three-eighths of. an ounce. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am sick to deati rf emphasis on sex in marriages. Sex is fine for those who enjoy it, but the success of a marriage does not Atftui on it. To put it bluntly, people just don't spend that much time in bed. My husband and f respect each oSher, we like eack other and we are kind enough to each other. He learned early ia MJT marriage that 1 was not kaen on sex so he adjusted hit sex appetite accordingly. We watch a lot of TV aad pUy gin rummy. Many of our friends to whom sex was wry important are now divorced. We are in our middle 40's aod htve a satisfying and pleasant marriage with very little sex. Print this if you dare. Monterey DEAR MONTEREY: How lucky for you that you married a man who was willing to "adjust his sex appetite accord- ingly." Not all husbands would settle for TV and gil rummy. Your marriage as you describe it sounds dull u dish- water to me, but if you and your husband are satisfied, am I to knock it? I say without any hesitation, with sex, your marriage would be a whole lot bettor. DEAR ANN LANDERS: is wrong with my friend? We are both grown wcmeo with families. She is i fix person and I am fond of her but I can't stand the way she holds my arm or touches me whenever we talk, 1 bm seen her do this with others aod I keep wondering if they are as irritated by it as I am. Yesterday, at a tea, this woman placed her loads my shoulders as wo spoke and I became so upset I M to excuse myself and go home. Why does she hare to people? Does this indicate the presence of a psycbotapml problem? Ontario DEAR KTTCH-. Yej. It's a psychological problem aD right but the problem is yours, not hers. Some do not Ske to be touched but.a person who upset be must excuse himself and go home, is seriously overreacting. Possibly you have a deep-seated antipathy for Ibis woman which you are unwilling to admit, even to yourself. Or per- haps she reminds you of someone you disliked as a child someone who put her hands on you in a similar fashion. Understanding your feelings may heh> you reduce your hos- tility to this friend, who, I assure you, hasn't the slightest idea that she bothers you. LONDON (AP) Hardy Amies, dressmaker to. the jueen and England's most suc- -essful fashion designer, cday bailed the drop of the lemline as good news that will .berate designers bang up on tie mini. "All designers have feR the .otal restriction of the short he said in an interview. "It inhibited th3 line of a cos- ume. I never the mini, but lad to adjust to it. 'Now the long skirt is defi- nitely here. Our smartest cus- tomers are ordering them." In his collection of spring and summer styles shown here in January, Amies made about one-third of the skirts midi- length to top of the caK and tte'rest inee length. INCH FOR INCH Mark one-inch lengths of your knitting needles with red fnger- nail polish so you can measure your knitting stitches. DEAR ANN LANDERS: The worcan who signed herself: "Tiger's Mistress" scored a bullseye. It's my husband she was writing about and she can have him. I've packed his clothes, begged him to leave and even locked mm out et the house, but be tells me he can't live without me and the kids and 1 just have to put up with nun until he 'feta the foohshnesi out of his system. I must be as nuts as he is because 1 love the guy aod rm willing to stand by. Since you printed her letter to me I hope you'll print mine' to her. Wife DEAR WIFE: 1 have two dozen letters on my desk from other wives who are sure the letter was intended for THEM. Don't fight, girls. He isn't worth it! Cheap At The Cost OSAKA, Japan (AP) Less than a week after the opening of Expo '70, hostesses working in the press centre as inter- preters asked a pay raise of to a total of 58.33 a day because the work is more de- manding than expected. They also complained of getting no allowances for transportation, hmch and night work. I JEWELRY -jj repair KAILS USTtUNO SHOES MONZEO Atl KING tEPAMS ERICKSEN'S JEWELLERY Mcforloncl Mi. 327-3HS ss Receives Award TORONTO (CP) Viki Bran- den, assistant department head at. the M. M. Robinson high school in Burlington; Ont., has received the Rica Farquharson Memorial Award given by the Toronto branch of the Canadian o m e n's Press Club. Mrs. iranden received the award for ier radio series of five half-hour slays presented on CBC's Thea- .re last November. She has sold about 55 stories to CBC radio. TOR A DOWNWARD GLANCE If GOOD Dwarfs Hagen and his wife, Eileen, stools to reach normal height for putting dinner dishes owoy in their suburban Chicago home. Their daughter, Jill, is normal in Pill Withdrawal Reduces Deaths By Half LONDON (Reuters) Utfi St qnrf trh Ave. 'A' N. caused by contracep-No children under J 6 allowed live pills may be reduced by 5rt ncr IhnriVs tn the m December of certain brands containing a high doae of the sex hormone estrogen. A report published, today by the government committee on drug safety, which recommended withdrawal of the pills, said it believes the decision already has saved the lives of a number of women. Doctors are certain too much estrogen increases the danger of blood-clotting disorders such as thrombosis. The repott said there also LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 51 All parent! whose children are attending, or will be attending GA1BRA1TH, GEORGE McKILlOP OR WESTMINSTER SCHOOl ore invited to attend a-SPECIAL MEETING ot GAIBRAITH SCHOOl on Wednesday, April 29th, at p.m. The purpose of the meeting it to discust SCHOOl BOUNDARY CHANGSS IN NORTH of DttSEUT MIDGE Southmiiwttr UCW Unit] MRS. GLADYS HIMHOfF MRS. EONA JACOtSON JISSIC HA 10 A SINCERE THANKS to oil who helped make it a success. should be a drop of at least 25 >er cent in the number of worn en who suffer major non-fata hrombosu because of the pill After the commKlee recom mended late last year that oral contraceptives should contain no more than 50 mierograms of estrogen, manufacturers with- drew 19 makes of birth control pills from the market and in- troduced several "low-dosage brands. In today's report Sir George God ber, chief medical officer at the govern merit health de- partment, said a woman would j have to take the lower-estrogen pills for 16 years to run the same risk of dying from blood- clotting disorders as from the normal risks of pregnancy and childbirth. He said the danger of the "high-dose" pills was twice as great. MARK BIRTHDAY .MONTREAL (CP) The Im perial Order Daughters of the Empire celebrates its 70th anni- versary this year and now has more than members to raise and disburse an- nually for education, emergency and disaster relief. Some Canadian schools receive assist- ance from the IODE, as do the National Ballet, National Youth Orchestra and the National Tlie- atre School. WINNERS ST. and M. PAUL'S CHUftCH SPRING TEA 1. AFGHAN MR. V. MOCK tn 403, Lethbridqe INSTAMA7IC CAMERA MRS. MARY MARYANC1K 407 Uth St. 'A' North TOTE BAG IILL TERUSKI IIS 12rti St. 'C' North DOOR PRIZE ANN DAVTIS 320 UtS Street North CAXE RAFFtf MARY MAKYANCIK 407 Uth 'A' Morlh CONGRATULATIONS! 426 Invites You To Learn "HOW TO SEW STRETCH KNIT FABRICS" With MRS. M. E. MILLER WEEKLY 2-HOUR COURSES STARTING TUESDAY, APRIL 28th to THRU TUESDAY, MAY 26th Mrs. Miller a groduote of the Southern Alberto Institute of Technology In Clothing ond Design, ond has hod over eighteen years of teaching experience, n oddilion, Miller has token many advance ourses in the Bishop Method of Clothing Construe- ion, she is the only Canodion to hold membership n the Bishop Council. Mrl. Miller hos just returned rom Tocoma, Washington where she wos assistant MRS M E MULEI nationally known expert in the Bishop Method. REGISTER NOW 5 TWO-HOUR SESSIONS ONLY CUP THIS FORM AND COMPLETE MAIL OR DROP OFF AT BAKER'S FABRIC CENTRE LETHBRIDGE NAME miFHONE ADDRESS CITY L ALL FEES PAYABLE ON OR BEFOftE FIRST CUSS ;