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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta -rhuriday, Auguil 5, 1971 THE LETHBBIDGE HEI1ALD 17 Ann Landers AH-H-H-H-H, THIS IS THE LIFE This is living a real "dog's in the true sense of the phrase. When it gels too warm sitting faithfully waiting for master, Jim McQuar- rie, lo come home, just trot out to the back ysrd and take a cool dip in the pool. Tate decided To head on out in ihe water in Wednesday's 95 degree wealher, and came out spic and spaniel. Photo by Bryan Wilson love is... not expecting too much of each other. Refrigerators 3 tablespoons of Cow Brand per quart o[ waler will clean refrigerators remove film and stains, absorb unpleasant odors. Recommended by Irie leading refrigerator manufacturers. cow BRAND BAKING SOD A Top honors for hospitals TORONTO CCP) Fmir T ronlo hospitals and one from Halifax and Niagara Fall Ont., have taken (op honors a hospital newsleller conte sponsored by the magazin Hospital Administration in Cn ada. Ninety-one hospitals submi ted newsletters published 1970. The entries were judge on the basis of content, preser [afion and appearance. The winners were; Donwood Foundation, Toroi to, for newsletters pnhlisfie monthly in hospitals under 20 beds; Central Hospital, Toronto newsletters published three times a year in hospital under 200 beds; Halifax infirmary, new ters published monthly in hos pitals with 200 to 500 beds; lendar oj- local ha.pponincji Southminster Circle Sqnan dance club will hold t h e i monthly square dance Satui day at p.in, in Soulhmin sler Hall. All square dancer velcome, and women arc ask cd to bring a box lunch. a A daily vacation bible schoo centering on brotherhood, am understanding your brother is o be presented at the Leth >ridge Friendship Centre lo- norrow, and Monday tlirougl ''riday of next week from .m. to a.m. All childrei Ktivccn the ages of 4 and 11 re welcome to attend. Wealh r permitting, a majority ol he classes will he held in Gal Gardens. Greater Niagara General Hos- pital, Niagara Falls, Ont, news- letters published three lo six liir.es a year1 in hospitals will) 200 to 500 beds; Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, newsletters published monthly in hospitals with more, than 500 beds; Wellcsley Hospital, Toronto, newsletters published three lo six times a year in hospitals with more lhan 500 beds. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Since you see more crazy hand- writing, lousy spelling, undecipherable signatures and con voluled sentence slruclure lhan anyone in the world, you should be especially sympathetic to my problem. I work for a direct mailing company. Every day we re- ceive about requests for gifts and catalogues. If we can't read an address we guess. K the writing is so pad that we can't even guess, we must throw away the let- ler. Wilhin four weeks (the time allowed for we usually receive a nasty blast accusing us of being crooks, threatening us with the law, etc. Here is a sample: "DEAR SIR: Where is my catalogue? What kind of a racket are you running anyway? If I don't get the catalogue or my money back within a week I am going to the law. And hurry up because we are moving." The signature looks like T. Myntrktlz. It might be R. Hzmlsllyj. There is no address, no zip code, nothing lo help us. Also, a word lo the poslmen: Please, when Ihere is a change of address, don't obliterate the old address. We need it so we can erase it from our computer tape. Also, Mr. Postman, please prinl Ihe new address so everyone can read just you. Thanks a Up Keypuncher DEAR KEYED: I know exactly what you are up against. Every now and then some irate reader accuses me of ab- sconding to Mexico with the they sent for two booklet. I hope a few million folks out there get the message. Thanks for penmanship I could read. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Five years ago our third child died of pneumonia when I was pregnant with the fourth. Ths anxiety and shock caused me to have a miscarriage. Eighteen months laler I had a fifth child. Now when I attend PTA or civic functions and someone asks how many children we have and what are their ages, I say 15, 13 and 3. Invariably someone will laugh and make a crude re- mark such as, "Wow ten years apart! Ho, Ho, Ho. Never say die, I would never embarrass anyone by selling him straight but perhaps if you print this letter it will educate people lo be more careful about their cule S. Kearny, N.J. DEAR MRS. S.: Sorry, in my opinion you are lelting the clods off too easily. I think you ought to say, "We lost Iwo before our youngest was and watrh them stumble all over themselves apologizing. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Our daughter received, as a graduation gift, a box of inexpensive dusting powder. The woman who sent it is a close. friend of mine. The powder was obviously something she had received during a recent illness. I was hurt. I was also ashamed of myself for hav- ing put a dollar value on our friendship. Suddenly it occur- red to me that what really bothered me was her lack of thought. I hope you will tell your readers that those who don't want to spsnd much can select some useful but in- expensive items. What counts is that some effort goes kilo the gift selection. For the bride- kitchen gadgets, gaily colored paper goods, dish towels. For Ihe graduate: a charm for a bracelel, pens, pencils, a dictionary. In lime I will forgive my friend but my feelings for her will never be the same. 1 hate the fact thai I shall never forget this petty incident. It makes me petty, too. Thanks for lelting me express my Human DEAR HUMAN: Some people have a cheap slreak when it comes to gifts. Your friend is obviously one of those people. I can say nothing to improve the situation so I will simply say I'm glad I served a useful purpose. Labor organization: service to problems By SUSAX DECKER OTTAWA (CP) The Inter national Labor Organization which professes to affect tin lives of all working women should hear more from them a its lop levels, says a Canadian adviser at its recent Geneva conference. "Over the years Ihe organi .at'on lias paid lip service to irobiems raised concerning the :mpioymcnt of say Sylva Gclber, direclor of the women's bureau of the fedcra labor department. But although many resold lions or convcnlions had been passed at its conferences, (here was still a dearth of women in l governing jody 52 years after its founding one ivoman is a full mem- ber and one a deputy member out of representatives includ- ng employers, workers and [ovcrnrncnl officials. W.'tnin the organisation's sec- retarial, there are a number oi "ofcssionnl women although lone hold lop jobs. Miss Gelber doesn't fapll the irgauization ilsclt. She says it is Continuing ils concern for work- nR women in a number of vays. Not Transients TORONTO (CP) Nearly 200 igh school students frnm On- ario are travelling acinss Can- da this they nre ot hitch-hiking. The Society for rhe Sludy of the lierilags of assisted by a Rnvcni- icnl. granl, is (iilu'nf; (lie slu- cnfs in two groups acr'oss Can- la by bus, camping and .slny- ig at univcrsily residences long llm wny. Tlic fare is IN RUSSIA MOSCOW (AP) Soviet nu- orilies have published a sec- id liussian edition of Hahy and lild Cars by Dr. Heujamln icck of Ihe United Slnlrs, Ihe ews agency Tass repnrled. Tho irst edition sold out. But it appeared that the mei.. her states are discriminating against women in their selecliui of persons for appointment to the ILO governing council am to head their respective delega- tions. "I cannot believe that none o the member states was able to find women of the c a 1 b r c she said in an inter view. However, the organization's director-general included a see lion on women at work in his conference report, calling "the persistent inequality" in work ing women's status "a serious affront to social Justice and a disturbing failure to develop Ihe human potential of society." The director-general asked for guidance on how the orgaiiiza tion, which has convcn t i o n s dealing with equal pay and dis- crimination in e n- p 1 o yment might give fuller effect "lo the principle of non discrimination on the basis of sex." has ratified (he con vention on discriminalion and 's consulting with the provinces about' ratifying the one on equal pay. A convention only binds countries that ratify it and these countries must mcke regular reports on the way they are applying it. ivliss Gclbcr also applnud-d remarks by a Swedish rcprc- sentalive on Ihe need lo re-ex- BINGO Scandinavian Hall 229 12th SI. "C" N. Fri., Aug. 6th Start, of p.m. Doors Opon p m. 5 Cards for 1.00 4lh, 8lh and 12th GO.IICI In 7 WORTH in 53 Nov Sorry No Under 16 Yean of Age Allowed Sponiorod by the Vasa Lodge amine outdated conventions. She says she thinks one such convention is that regulating night work for women. Now it is a barrier to the struggle for equal opportunity, at least for women in developed countries. Jeanette (Mansell) Reed Studies at World-Renowned Beauty College Mrs. Jeanette (Mansell) Reed, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn B. Mansell, 1028 2ls1 Si. 5., Lelhbridgc, Alberta, is approach- ing complelion of ihe first half of her course work at Mary Ka- wakami College of Beuuly Prove, Utah. Her instructors dicate thai she is progressing ex- tremely well. Thus far moil oi lime and attention ha been devolod 1o Ihe basic a Ms and sciences of cosmetology. Through the first 1000 hours of her course, Mrs. Reed has ac- cumulated a basic knowledge in both theoretical and practical cosmetology. As ihe pursues completion of hor course work, she will con- centrate on developing the finei techniques which will enable her to advise men ond women in oil areas of beauty and achieve- ment. In addition 1o hor formal In- struction and education, Mrs. Iced hos participated in many icliool, including an appearance )n Mary's Television Program, 'Tho Looking GlaSSl" She has ilso reached a posillon on tho lonor Italians al Mary's, which i Jndicoiive of hor hard work and conikferoblfl talent. Our congratulations lo Mrs. lecd for hor fino performance gJSIMPSONS-SEARS Mingle with Singles... Knit Compatibles Have a rcndez-vons willi sociable' fincles polyeslcr knits that never Kay no to machine washings, oulings and office hours. Their ultra-smooth ways and crease resistance will please the fussiest fashion-eye and the ticJHest. purse firings. Collection includes safaris, peace jackets, blazers