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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 me onncil promotes OAKLAND. Cillif. (API rtnb.'r' niul norotliy DcIJolt have .uMVd MIL- JKri child to llioir household, adopting a. Korean-Anicfiojin girl whose arc paralysed by polio. Tlie Dcllolis, who live in Piedmont, have1 eight adopted diikh-oti, iiK'hKling four Vtpt- niimt'-c v on iipst prs rendered pnniplerirs by the war. The latest, member ot their family is Simcc, -1, the daugh- ter ot a Korean mother and an American soldier. Her pavers now divorced. site and DeBolt were married in L9CD, Mrs. De- Holt, who ivns a widow, Imd ninm children- five nf her nv i; niitl fnur Uc-HoH had mi' daughter by a previous and Die cnupU.1 hnvfl a do pled four more children. Tlir- ndnpLinn nf Suncc was n p p r o v c d by JiiriER Oon-ild Quaylc of fhe Alamcrla Superior Cnurl. iii.ui children under died In liiTO from causes sueli us (ir mishaps, drowning, linn, (ires, poisoning and The total was up from wln-n il was l.G'.'l, hut down Ironi v1-hen it v. as 1 anil when it 2.157. In 1070, Eimdental dcalhs of children were than 1 '2 times as numerous as the next three loadini! childhood killers -cancer, congenital anomalies or defects at hirlh and pnon- In a letter written for Child Safety Week, Health Minister Mnnni thai adults must train children from hirlh to avoid dangers. "Children aic not imbued with protective in- slincLs but llipy are naturally inifuicd with trust in the. adults who surround them "On we do anything to slop this needless slaughter of the Traffic accidents accounled for (he most accidental deaths oT children in 197ft there were WO. Drowning caused 300 deaths, suffocation 318, fires 203, falls 52, poisoning 31, blows 31 and firearms 2ii. James C. Thackray, president of the council, pays that [he tragedy is that most of these accidents could have been pre- vented. SO WHO NEEDS ICE? The shades of miserable winter have finally been swept away, but the remnants of cold weather sports arc still hanging on. What better way lo break in Ihe new season than with u rousing gome of street hockey? Soon, it's baseball and Follow- ing fasl, a dip In (he ouldoor pools. Proof positive of happening anywhere ond any lime, is ihis group of Lelhbridge fads transformed 7 Ave. S. into a hockey playground, B. Waller Kerbor, Pholo an a and Mrs. R. G hosts out Riltr-n- i Do women wield loo much power? Lib loses in French, translation Mr. house when friends galhcred for surprise parly to honor Mr. and Mrs. Dorin Berlando the occasion of their 20th wed- ding annivcrsay. A combined pin was presented to the cou- ple who are (ravelling lo Kansas. By HOSLTTE HAH GROVE j PAHIS Equality for women is by DO means a for Americans only move- ment. There Is in France, or rather recently Jin I'.iri.s. a Women's Lib move called claiming ;omc '100 members. But while t is campaigning hard for int- School is quickly drawing In H close. Once again the seniors have mixed feelings about Leav- ing. Thrre is a feeling of ap- prehension what am I going to he doing next, year, and where will lie? Mingled wilh this feeling U fl feeling of sadness because we are leaving our school. Most of us have spert five years here filled uith laugh- ter and tears, sadness and joy. There is a heaviness and a fear in our hearts because we are leaving the familiar lor the are leaving uur friends, nur teachers an'l the familiar halls for places unknown and iiphls unseen. Ami yet, ihcrc is a feel- ing of tfrcal relief long years, and al last wc'ie finislnxL! (At least our second- ary education.) We have now reached a branch in the road of life, and we have (o decide which way to go. There are so many shining horizons ahead of us, the choice will not bo easy. Some have already made the deci- sion, many have not. Graduation is a import- nut, day in (ho lives of aeniors. On this day, we not only leave high school, but graduate into [he adult Closing exercises at ou r ivill he; hcfd on May B Plans around llie school arc in full suing. Such things as the biology leachcr vnhinlccrmg his noon hours to teach scn- irirp. u it li two Ipf t foe I', lioiv to dance, arc every-dsy occur anci'S. support ing actress and actor awards for (ho I.etb- bridgc Drama Festival, went to several members of the cnM nf The Crucifixion which was nuxlifiLc goals of cqiral pay in all jobs anrl (rec slate abor- tions on demand, it has diffi- culty convincing most French women thai they need liberat- ing. Row equal are French- women as compared to Ameri- cans, British or other Euro- peans? Talk to any career fiirl-they all seem to have an answer. Mireille, an attractive, cm in ciUly competent physical in slruclor and masseuse, who L: 30, shruggcri her .shoulders ever ?Q slightly and saul: French women have won near ly all the liberation we wan1 without having to march through the streets waving banner and shouting slogans All slightly ludicrous, no? think we arc Lorn wilh an in stinct which tells us how handle a man, often with smile and a sense of humor.11 Geiicvieve, cashier in a largi i department store, said: "We i are Ion clever lo wmiL lo j the apparent lenders of I mpn. undcr.stand male van j ity, strength, weaknesses ant! j sexual appetite. know how i to play a man's orchestra so emininity. Who wauls to live i a world where women have .11 the rights but mou [ind icm iinsexy." Talk to any of the younger age group Taken from i social cross section and Ihc.v proc wilh Mircillo nnO Gcno- icvc IhaL French wnmtn have i much belter ]ot tlMii ollicrs else in I lie world. And pimply hc.causc (hoy Icavn early how (o manage their men. The one hurdle which the French Woman's Lib is aiming to remove is abortion. "71 is said a pro- fo-Eisor .f law, "that France will ever pass a law permitting abortion on demand. Because France Is still inherently a Catholic country." Any frenchwoman who has THE BETTER HALF By Barnes don't have much of an appetite this morning .Instead of my usual three super-jumbo size engs, cut it down to three of the extra- large size." the play entered by Catholic Cenh-al. The best supporting actress awfu'd went lo; Maureen Melic-l den, Eva Krol, Theresa Rcilan-' rter, Jean Marchi, and Wendy Mnar. The1 best supporting aclor wcul to Mark Ccinipbcll ConRr.nliilalions to the drama class lor their fiiic effoil. On tfic academic scene, stu- dents arc staring Lo cram to finish courses for up-and-com- ing exams. Coming up in the near fu- ture, are elections for (lie Stu- dents' Council, who will gov- ern the student body next year. Slndcnts running for the coun- cil, have to be willing lo work hard lo keep our school num- ber one, which can he done only if (he whole school supports the Students' Council and the teams. I A nurscs's aide in one of the i modern new city hospitals ex- pluincd: "To openly fight men would in Ihe cnrl deslroy our COMING EVENTS KIWANIS MUSIC FESTIVAL FESTIVAL STAR PRESENTATIONS THURS. AND FRI., MAY 4 AND 5 SYMPHONY ASSOCIATION FINAL CONCERT MAY 1 L.C.I. PRESENTS BYE BYE BIRDIE MAY 16 TO 19 surgery CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HAlL-Cor. loth 51. and 6lh Avs. N. FRIDAY, APRIL 28th 8 O'CLOCK 4lh and 8lh Games 530 In 7 NUMBERS-12th Gome S CARDS FOR 57.00 OR 25c EACH BLACKOUT JACKPOT 55 NUMBERS LUCKY NAME DRAW WORTH LUCKY DRAW WORTH Persona Under 16 Ycnri Nor Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB CASSETTES Sp'llouf or breakage Taper JerVey 4 Tape around Caption O Poor sound Dropoff o? Diitoiliori Having any of these If 10 il'i Hmfl to change MAILORY DURATAPC Guofrinlccd, fineil of reasonable price i A tape for every me; Voicg and General Purpois Tope C60 Minute Blank Cosioltei............ Muiic and Genercil Purpose IMF oO (wilh buill in teu'l [HF 90 (wilh bufll in hcnd Mi'sll Low Noiso, High Ouolfly) LNC 60 SI.93 LNC 90............................S2.89 Also CcuscMo and Head Cleanen and Empty Plaslic Storage ,30 ond .69 each ROGERS POWERTONE SNARE DRUMS. SPfCIAl 98.00 LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT TKtATRE ICTKBKIDGE VANCOUVER fCP) Major Bvirgery tor breast cancer heller results than a less exten- sive operation bas be- come popular in Ihc. past lev; years. Dr. F. II. C. JohnsLone, a Vancouver surgeon, sairl Sat- urday. Dr. Johnslonc, interviewed an adrlrrss (o a con- ference of Ihc fntcrnciUoniil Sur- gical Croup al Gen- eral Jlospital. Mid Dial only three mil of jno cases who had undergone major cal a re- currence of cnncer in the nrca of surgery during Ihc nrxl 10 He based his figures on 200 cases he has followed up for periods of eight lo in years after surgery. However, he said1, other statis- tics showed thai in cases where less extensive surgery was un- dertaken, the recurrence ranged as high as 30 per cent. Another Vancouver surgeon, Dr. W. P. Gollman, told the surgeon's conference a triple biopsy was advisable before al- lempling any surgery. 1 He sairl removal of Ik-'-un j From lho breast, filands, and armpit would show it cancer were in those areas. IE it had spread, doctors should forego surgery and spare the patient the anxiety of hcing fJcformcd. He said patients whose cancer has sprcr.d past Ihc point sur- tfcry can cope with should lie treated hy radiation, which would slow progress n( the OPPORTUNBTY FOR C.N.A. LARGE LETHBRIDGE MEDICAL CLINIC require! a CERTIFIED NURSING AIDE on n part time basil Apply in person only lo RON F1APLEY CANADA MANPOWER CENTRE 419.7th STREET SOUTH iNEW ARRIVALS; Just In Time For Graduation fnbulou-, selection of new and excising WHITE SANDALS Cork Also Recju-lar Soles We invite you lo drop in ond try on several pair! BENEFIT SHOES LTD. 615 4lh Ave. S. Phone 327-7300 OPEN THUflSDAY AND FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. lived some time in Amnric conies away convinced that tic much mo Amerie a iving Summer cosmetics accent soft look compatriots nre liberated than women. She is always surprised tn learn that an American lius- band can be nagged inlo debt in order to keep up with (ho Joneses. And it appears many Frenchwomen that many divorces stem From the (net American wnmm today ob- viously do not, know how tn manage their Vnisbnnds. Many women don't need liberation at all, she believes. They should learn how lo he women. On the other band, foreign observers are inclined to think Ihal the French woman wields altogether loo much power. In most French inp-L'lass households H is Uu1 woman who Ihc bud get, docs all the buying. Rut, to all mil ward apjwur- ances, is the man who IF master and like it to serin thnl wny. What is hciiiiul Dm f-'rcncli woman's success in -tocicly? There are several reasons, 1ml one of [hem is that she talks lo men. Jn ninny socielics, wnmon have not. learned to talk frankly to (heir men. An important point. Also it is well known thai Frenchwomen much prefer Iho company of men to that of oilier women. ny S11AUV ('I1 Wniiinii's KdEtor TORONTO (CP) Makeup lor lliis season has more color than il has had for several years. It's influenced, as all fashion is, by the iWOs, but lacks the bright, hard look of colors then. Ann Sum liters says: "The soft look is in. There are no heavy mask-like makeups, it's natural lookinp, but you ac- tually use more to make it. look natural." Miss Summers Is special consultant to Elizabeth Afclcn. "You begin with a sheer liq- uid foundation and transpar- ent powder. "There is more lip color atid check, color than there has been, the mouth is hack in tocvis. It's color, but muted, the colors are not bright. "Clotting back inlo color slai'tles you at first, but peo- ple like it, it's selling well. "You must, choose I-OULJC colors lo harmonize with (he lip colors. You shouldn't put on pink lipstick and orange rouge co-ordinate. People sometimes get the to match their skins and lipstick to match clothes, and thai can he a mistake. COLONS "If yon use, h r o w n -I o n e rouge'aml lipstick, you should use brown-tone nail polish as well- If you can co-ordinate colors in your living room you can co-ordinate your makeup colors. "Nail polish has also pale and is dark again. It's hard to accept the dark colo: at first. The woman who lias problem nails might not pick it up quickly. "You have to have a well manicured hand to wear Ihi dark colors, but you shouli have anyway. Your hand i always in focus, if you smoke pick up a cup of coffee. "You should also he usinj color co-ordinated eyi makeup, several shades o one color. For Instance, f'n jjnW under my eye- row.s, jirceii on the lid and a barker green the lid. "Here, loo, the colors ara ofl, not dark, hard colors. HOULD FUAMI': 15YE "You should have B natural tiol a hard, slcii- illcd line. The eyebrow houM be ;i (i-tmic. (or the eye. 'Use eye-liner in similar color (ones, and wear mas- cara on the upper anri lower ashes. If you wear false eye- ashes, aim for a natural lash, 10! (ho theatrical look. 'Glosses are in for lip and cheek, to give n dewy look lo .lie skin. You want a shiny highlighting, not a greasy ,ook. "Try (o choose your makeup for you and your way of life. Are you home all day or out to business? 'Some people find some- thing and slay wilh it [or 20 years. You shouldn't do [hat, getting with il is Inn. You should keep up uith the limes, but that a woman in her 40s should not wear Liic type of makeup a woman in her 20s will wear." lf x, SWISS MA.DI jOBTtWI-ACIS ff-'-'Wripn ego EINA bl. cr.pud Stnieh CA'n y.oti PAvI. old) SUPtRMAflC con. do motm, than com- PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ElKS LODGE ROOM (Upjlain) EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. SUPER- Woild.'i thoir .yir'ialllt nwlnp SIWINP CENTRE Sill i.tmrsowlh B E N E F I T S H O E S With any purchase of one of our latest style suits or co-ordinates, priced from 89.50 featuring FORTREL DOUBLE KNITS BELTED BACKS PATCH POCKETS FLARE BOTTOM you will receive from "Frank Walker's Men's a men's shaving utility case, as our way of congratulat- ing you on your fine achievement. Rememher our suili and co-oidinates nre scl liy a complele slock of both short ond long sleeved DOUBLE KNIT SHIRTS FORSYTH and HICKOK SHOP AND SAVE IN THE 7th ST. SHOPPING MALL MEN'S CLOTHES 321 7lh ST. S. PHONE 327-2073 ;