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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, August LETHBRIDGE HERALD-17 Differences few between male, female diplomats Best of buddies Sonja, a three-year-old German Shepherd, is Mrs. Karen Marr, of Brantford, Ont, says the two never seen without Mr. Pixie, a six-month-old animals are inseparable. Sonja has asssumed the role Siamese cat, when he goes for a walk. Their owner, of protector since Mr. Pixie was three months old. Every 10 years marks a change in woman's life THE BETTER HALF TORONTO (CP) At 71, Eva Waddell Mader Mac- donald is embarking on yet another career with her ap- pointment as chancellor of the University of Toronto. "Every 10 years has mark- ed a major change in my school, marriage and different phases of my medical said Dr. Macdonald. "Now I am retir- ing from clinical medicine and returning to university life." Her appointment as chan- cellor filled the vacancy created when Pauline McGibbon was named lieutenant-governor of On- tario. In 39 years on the staff of Women's College Hospital in Toronto, Dr. Macdonald pio- neered immunization and can- cer detection Clinics for women and children. The last landmark before she took office July 1 was arranging for publication a week earlier of Carlotta Hacker's The Indomitable Lady Doctors, a collection of biographies of Canadian women outstanding in the medical field. The book ap- peared as a 50th anniversary BINGO Mon., Aug. 12 Jackpot in 59 Nos. Gold Cards Pay Double Door Cards Regular Cards 25C or 5 for 13th St. and 6th Ave. "A" N. No Children under 16 allowed project of the Federation of Medical Women in Canada. Dr. Macdonald, who lost her job at Women's College Hospi- tal temporarily during the De- pression because she was married, said all women must keep on re-educating themselves, especially women doctors. She stayed away from medi- cine for only a few months when she gave birth to her two sons and rescheduled her ca- reer around her family. Dr. Macdonald said women doctors have every door open to them today but the Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP) is creating difficulties for all doctors with every part of medicine under attack by the public and doctors being charged with making too much money. Dr. Macdonald. who went through Dalhousie Medical College in Halifax and then re- ceived a fellowship in the Uni- versity of Toronto's depart- ment of hygiene and preven- tive medicine, refused a marriage proposal when she graduated from medical school, only marrying seven years later. She said that if she had mar- ried after graduation she would never have made it as a doctor. Much has changed in pre- ventive medicine since Dr. Macdonald began her career 40 years ago, she said. Children no longer died of smallpox or diptheria and birth control had become this generation's preventive medicine. By Barnes !U 0 0 "I know you'll be happy to know that the boys in the shop have named you TENDER BENDER OF THE Ann Landers Dear Ann Landers: I think you are a narrow-minded fool to tell that wife she has a right to object to her husband tak- ing his ex-wife but to dinner to celebrate their former an- niversary. My husband and I agreed that this would be an annual event and the same went for her birthday. I also said it would be O.K. with me if they slept together on those two nights of the year, for old time's sake. I realize I'm very broadminded, but it paid off. My husband thinks I am" wonderful and his ex-wife never gives us any trouble. Actually, most men do what they want anyway, so a smart wife says, "Go and then she doesn't get faked out. Sign me Smarty Dumb PUBLIC BINGO .16 GAMES BLACKOUT (Played Until Won) LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. 5th Ave. N. TUESDAY, AUGUST 13th 8 P.M. JACKPOT in 55 NOS. 4th-8th-12th Games Doubled in 7 Numbers or teat Free and Games, 25c per Card, 5 Cards Children Under 16 Sponsored By A.U.U.C. Association VETERANS CLUB PUBLIC BINGO EVERY TUESDAY 8 P.M. NEW ANAF HALL MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS IN THE CLUBROOMS Jackpot S500 Consolation Jackpot in 53 nos. or less increasing one No. per week until won. 16 GAMES ALL BINGOS DOUBLED OH GREEN CARD NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 YEARS OF AGE WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT Fri. Sal., August 16 and 17: "THE BRIDGE TONES" Entertainment in the Canteen Saturday NEW DINING ROOM HOURS MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 12 NOON TO 8 P.M. CONTINUOUS For ANAF Members and their invited Guests only! Club corner The family of Mack and Marge McRae will honor their parents on their 40th wedding anniversary at an open house celebration from 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday at St. Augustine's Parish Hall, llth Street and 4th Avenue S. Friends and relatives welcome. No, gifts, by request. The Lethbridge Women's In- stitute will hold a picnic at 11 a.m. Wednesday at No. 1 kitchen in Henderson Lake Park. Lunch will be pot luck. The Kiwanis Club of Green Acres will meet at tonight at the AN AF Dieppe Hall. Committee chairman are asked to have reports available for the secretary. The Kiwanis Club of Lethbridge will meet at noon Tuesday at Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant. Guest speaker will be James Cousins, professor of history at the U of L. His subject will be The Force that Nearly Wasn't. The Canadian Ukrainian Youth Association (CYMK) is offering ballroom dance lessons at 8 p.m. every Mon- day and Wednesday at the Ukrainian Greek Orthodoz Church. 13th Street and 7th Avenue N. Everyone interested welcome. For further information, phone Dear Smarty: Most women wouldn't tolerate such monkey business, but ap- parently you figure your hus- band is going to do as he pleases and have decided to go along with it. If it's all right with you, it's all right with me, lady, but I'm glad he's yours and not mine. Dear Ann Landers: Boys who have sex in their early teens don't think of it ing up their virginity" but "gaining their manhood." At least that's the way it was with me until I met a girl I really cared about. Most boys will go as far as a girl will let them. I will always hate the girl I lost my virginity to. I felt as if she seduced me just to add another scalp to her belt. Now that I'm a mature man. I believe there is a great deal of strength in virginity, for both males and females. It DOES make a difference if people can stay straight before marriage. They learn together and have more respect for one another. I plan to give my sons this advice when the time comes and I hope they do better than I did. Upland, Indiana Dear Up: I received a sur- prising number of letters from young boys who expressed the same feelings. Those letters were real day-brighteners. My thanks to all who wrote. Dear Ann Landers: I thought I was a social drinker, but it turns out I'm a social drunk. I don't believe I'm a real alcoholic because after I KO off the deep end 1 can't look at booze for two or three days. And I don't use booze as a crutch, either. It's just that when I do have a drink I can't stop until I'm smashed. I know darned well I must quit drinking completely. Can you give me a few words of advice that might help me. or must I go to A.A.? Lauretta From Chicago Dear L.: Anyone who says, "When I do have a drink I can't stop until I'm needs more than a few words of advice. Go to A.A. Is alcoholism ruining your life? Know the danger signals and what to do. Read the booklet, "Alcoholism Hope and by Ann Landers. Enclose 35c in coin with your request and a long, stamped, self addressed envelope to Ann Landers, P.O. Box 3346, Chicago, Illinois 60654. Mr. and Mrs. John Clark of Dunfermline, Scotland, former residents of Lethbridge, are holidaying here for three weeks. Mr. Clark was a former member of Supinas Soccer Team. They are staying with Mr. and Mrs. David Hogg, 1287 10th Ave. N. CAIRO (AP) In a short kilt and red turtleneck sweater, 25-year-old Beth Jones looks more like an American college girl than the American consul in Egypt. "Some look sur- prised when they first come into my office and see she said. Beth, young, single and at- tractive, thinks the astonished first looks are merely "amus- ing." "Once we sit down to begin working on whatever problem they have, the surprise goes away and it's all she said. There are fewer than 10 women diplomats among some 800 men working in Cairo embassies, a small mi- nority in a long male-domi- nated profession. Beth and the other women diplomats said there are no tasks a woman diplomat can- not do. They said they are too busy doing their jobs to even think about any differences between male and female dip- lomats. But getting past the first as- tonished looks is a hurdle at- tractive diplomats face that their male col- leagues do not. "They say, here is this woman with long blonde hair and long is she do- ing said Countess Helga Strachwitz, 32, the leggy, blonde cultural attache of the West German embassy. "So you have to prove right away that you are not more efficient than men but efficient." Solmaz Dinzer, 28, Turkish first secretary, said her single, feminine status may even give her an advantage in the diplomatic game. "It's easier for us to get in- vited to parties and to meet she said. "Men will look at me perhaps first as a woman, but then you have to establish yourself as a profes- sional, to turn that meeting into a useful diplomatic con- tact." At least one male diplo- bachelor and a single, at- tractive diplomats like Sol- maz and Beth are "over- booked." "They are asked out by ev- eryone, even people of much higher rank, just to fill in the said Georges Moussa, a French embassy at- tache. Beth and Solmaz do not see themselves as "decorative" additions to a diplomatic din- ner table. "I am the master of my own time." said Solmaz. "I have no one to worry about but myself. I can go to the em- bassy early and come home late at night. It's up to me. "But I am enough of a Mid- dle Eastern woman that if I ever feel the need to get married, I will probably leave the foreign service." But Beth Jones is enough of a modern American woman to toss off the question of marriage: "Oh God. no. Are you kidding? I don't know what it would be like to be married. I don't think about it. "I know I'll never stop working and I'll never accept any husband's dominance. If I got assigned to a new coun- try, he'd have to follow. There would be no question about it." Countess Strachwitz's hus- band, a United Nations offi- cial in Jordan, flies to Cairo to see his wife and young son on weekends. "It's not that easy." the countess said. "But you can overcome. You get taken to the water and you swim. That's all." SANDY HAS RETURNED to the LAKEVIEW BEAUTY SALON 2638 South Parkside Dr. Phone 327-4843 If you want a guaranteed monthly income without touching the money youhawe, use our Monthly Income Plan. Since we introduced our FirstBank Monthly Income Plan a few months ago, our customers have been extremely pleased with it. And no wonder. It's the trouble-free way to guarantee yourself additional monthly income, without eating into the money you invest. 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