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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, August 13, 1970 THE ISTHBRIDGE HERAID _ 19 Elderly Need Love, Security Says Nursing Home Director TORONTO (CP) Marjorie Dillingham says she was run ning a post office for her hus- band wlien Irer brother asked her if she would administer a nursing home for him. She agreed' to try it for a year or two. That was in 1934. Now she is director of personnel for his company's nine nursing homes and the six private hospitals it manages in several provinces. Her own office is in one of the homes hi Vancouver. Mis. Dillingham says she now finds the work fascinating and has discovered that affection and interest can do much to help ailing elderly people. "We all need a sense of be longing, we all need love an THE BETTER HALF By Bob B.arnes "You're Upping him off by grunfing every time you swing." ''Barbara Tirent Montreal, August 6th WISE IS THE MOTHER who is pre- pared for summer emergencies! For in- stance, diarrhea caused by too much sunning, swimming, over-indulgence in fresh fruits and vegetables often strikes sud- denly. At the first sign of this 'Summer Spoiler' she knows that DR. FOWLER'S EXTRACT OF WILD STRAWBERRY brings fast, soothing relief from the distressing nausea and cramps of diarrhea or "Summer Fowler's is a gentle, restorative formula, based on roots and herbs, that has been a standby for children and for over 120 years. It acts quickly and is non-constipating. Make sure you have Dr. Fowler's on hand for home, cottage or travelling. _______ WHEN WE BUY A SIRLOIN we want it to be worthy of the name. To help you to get the most-for your meat dollar and especially to select a good sirloin steak here is some sound advice, courtesy of DOMINION STORES. There should be only one bone not exceeding the size of a Canadian silver dollar and not more than inch of fat on the outside. There should be just the right amount of marbling (tiny visible vein-like grains of fat running And for natural tenderness and natural flavour a good sirloin should have that bright red, fresh-cut colour. HAY FEVER-SUFFERERS I have great news for you! Now you can get prompt, effective relief with Templeton's RAZ-MAH GREYS. For over 50 years Raz-Mah Greys have been providing wel- come relief to those unfortunate enough to duffer from hay fever or summer asthma. And :for those of you who may have sensitive stom- achs, there is a specially formulated version EAZ-MAH GREYS, SPECIALS. So why let hay fever or summer asthma spoil your Be sure to ask for Templeton's Haz- ________ Mah Greys or Templeton's Baz-Mah Greys Specials at your neighbourhood drug store to-day. affection and financial security. But we sometimes forget that and set the elderly apart. "The first home I took over I tore apart inside. It was dull. We put up colorful thing that looked like home. The patients got a lift from tin's. "We tried to give them tilings to do to keep them from just sit- to get them from their rooms." MAKE OWN RECIPES Her patients knit and paint they make family gifts for Christmas' and wrap them. In one case a woman who bad been a good cook began a collection of recipes. Occasion- ally Mrs. Dillingham says she would make one of tire recipes the patient chose and serve it for tea. Some of the tomes have ba- zaars each year, and every pa- tient doss something for them. 'Even the senile will try if you work with them. It lifts them out of a feeling that they are no use, and gives them a sense of belonging." Patiente are .allowed to take some tilings to the hospitals with them, such as a favorite :hair or family pictures. "They had an anchorage at home. When they're moved rom that they become de- messed; everything is taken iway. If they have a favorite chair, or pictures of the family, it helps them settle in." When an elderly person lives with the family, Mrs. Dil- ingham says a troubled situa- tion sometimes arises because IB feels ignored or in the way. Ihe says temporary patients rave told her staff about sons vho come home and turn all heir attention on the lads with- ut saying hello to their elderly larent: She says sometimes Hie young uid active family members for- what tire older person has Iways been like, and ignore his ikes and dislikes, knowledge and opinions. An elderly person, he says, is the same person he ias elder. IN STYLE Shown In Eur- rope recently was this 12-bnt- ton satin wedding gown with a large round hat from Jean Patou's autumn-winter collect- ion. WOMAN WINS STOCKHOLM (AP) Hev. >r. Margit Sahlin, 56, who pi- neered the entrance of women ito the Swedish priesthood 10 ears ago, has become the first 'oman rector of Sweden's Prot- stanl National Church. She was hosen over a male nominee. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furniture Bldg. PHONE 328-7684M LaKAY'S Ladies' Wear CO-ORDINATED SPORTSWEAR by SABRE Reg. to MIX or MATCH PANTY HOSE By Kayser Rea. lo 2.50. NOW SWEATERS SKIRTS f SLACKS DRESSES Choice of styles, and fabrics. NOW AS tOW AS Striving and continuing to bring you top quality merchandise at guaranteed lowest prices ORIGINATED AND GROWING WITH LETHBRIDGK LaKAY'S LADIES7 WEAR LTD. "Where your dollar buys more" 3 LOCATIONS IN LETHBRIDGE Downtown 4th Ave. S. North tethbridge 312 13th St. N. OPEN THURSDAY TILL 9 P.M. Shoppers' World Mayor Magralh Drive By ELIZABETH BARTMAN Barbecue With summer here, it might be a good time to think about a safety precaution when using barbecue grills. It isn't safe to use a barbe- cue grill in the garage or oth- er enclosed areas such as a porch, cabin or tent. The char- coal briquets, which may be harmless for backyard use, produce large quantities of carbon monoxide, a colorless, odorless, tasteless gas that can overcome and kill a person without warning. Use charcoal briquets in- doors ONLY where there is a specially designed barbecue pit that is adequately vented to carry away the fumes. Style Patterns: Style Pat- terns Canada Limited are now available to the Canadian pub- lic these patterns are de- signed in London. One of the advantages is that these pat- terns are available in a larger size range and there are many more patterns available in harder to find sizes. o Sign in a Gift Shop "Those calendars are for a man who has everything, to remind him when the payments are due." Discolored Cushion Floor Latexed or rubber-backed mats should never be used on a pure vinyl surface. There is chemical reaction between the two finishes giving perma- nent discoloration. Household Hint You can eliminate badly burned- on stains on glass. pans and casseroles by soaking in mbt- :ure of baking soda and water. {Trends In Personal And Fam- ily Finance: 1) More than 45 per cent of the population named the cost of living, lack of money, high prices, low wages and other consumer problems to be then- greatest worry in Gallup Report by the Canadian Insti- tute of Public Opinion. 2) Parity hose began grab- bing 6040 per cent of sales from nylons and lingerie in 1968. 3) The annual report of "Consumer Reports" re: com- plaints and inquiries (pre- pared by Consumer and Cor- porate Affairs) showed that the total number of complaints increased by 115 per cent in 1969 over were pro- cessed in 1969. Complaints on food packag- ing revealed several major areas of concern, gimmicks in food packaging, fancy packag- ing, stock fill and proliferation of package sizes. The little boy ran to his fath- er and exclaimed: "Wow! You ought to see the neat lawn mower our neighbors have. It doesn't need gas or anything. All you have to do is push LETTER OF LAW LONDON (CP) -Dropping ounctuation marks is no crime low for stenographers of the metropolitan police force. They ave been ordered to omit non-essential" items such as -ommas and colons wherever wssible. An efficiency expert gures this may save 15 per ent of typing time and relieve shortage of stenos. Talue'Village ibuno Ar mi aura or iiit. inun