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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Platforms hazardous WASHINGTON Plat- onn shoes pose hazards rang- jig from fractures and torn igaments to corns and calluses. So says Dr. Irvin yice- jresident of the American Podiatry Association in i report to the organization's ilst annual meeting. the new styles pro- vide a greater stability than the spindly spike-heels of yester- platforms increase the chances of a fall because of the lack of ankle support and be- cause people are not used to that 'bucket-on-each-foot' feel- ing that comes from wearing he said. He sad that women wearing platform shoes are more likely to fall at the edge of curbs or steps. height of the shoe can also determine the degree of in- jury in many cases. The higher the the greater the le- and therefore the poten- tial for greater injury in- Advising platform wearers to keep an extra pah- of non-plat- forms in their automobiles to use while the foot spe- cialist dangerous to drive in platforms. Your heel may get caught under the accelerator pedal and cause an Further involvement needed OTTAWA Two-thirds of Canadian Federation of Uni- versity Women members must expend more effort for retiring federation president Gwendolyn Black said recently. only can be achieved by and effort must be ex- pended by just one-third which is ap- proximately our present she told the federation's 19th triennial conference. Mrs. of said that unless the feder- ation devises safeguards to pro- tect itself from the aide we will continue to give less than our The federation had to take in- itiatives and have a sense of dedicated direction or it would be swamped by rising tide of the more but not always well-balanced EXAMPLES GIVEN At a seminar session Norma Ueiss of the Montreal South Shore club outlined some of the projects her group has been in- volved in since its formation 19 years ago. One was the creation of a bi- lingual school program begin- ning in kindergarten and con- tinuing through Grade 7. The started in since has been extended to mvolvt other South Shore communi- ties. Delegate from other cities also told of permanent programs which had grown out of the efforts of local university women's clubs. Standing tall Tallest resident of is Art the model began as a Christmas decoration and has Rempel who is shown surveying the scale model he built grown to 22 including a blacksmith's of his prairie home town. Located on his B.C. shop and outhouses. BARBARA SWANSON FREDA WALTON is pleased to announce the return to her staff of BARBARA SWANSON Barb has had eight years experience in all phases of hair styling. She was recently on the staff of Scion in Calgary. Barb does exciting things with long hair. Barb will welcome her friends and customers at House of Beauty'7 at the COLLEGE MALL Phone For Appointment Secret field hospitals patch guerrillas BELFAST Eileen Murphy is a middle-aged nurse. By she works in a Belfast hospital. At night she waits in her ready to help wounded gunmen of the Irish Republican Army with band- pain-killing drugs and a cup of tea thick as mud and laced with brandy. do the same a British soldier if he was brought in here with a bullet in she eays as though she isn't sure. But so far she hasn't been faced with that decision. help here because these are our men getting said the woman. these boys would probably or get lifted by the Her house is part of a net- work of secret the IRA has put together in the calendar of local happenings The Lethbridge and District Oldtimers' Pemmican Club will hold their annual picnic at Hen- derson Lake at 1 p.m. The location will be the second kitchen on North Parkside Drive. Liquid refreshments will be provided. Members and guests are asked to provide own lunch and utensils. BINGO AUG. 20th JACKPOT 52 NOS. ALARM Cold Pay Double Door other Regular Cards 25c or 5 for 13th St. and 6th Ave. 'A' N. No children under 16 allowed Catholic districts of Northern Ireland's violence-scarred capi- tal. The guerrillas even have their own ambulance corps. The are equipped with professional med- ical much of it sto- len by sympathizers in hospitals in Northern Ireland and the Irish republic. Catholic doctors and nurses who are off duty treat the rebels. BODIES DISAPPEAR The British Army claims to have shot many gunmen but rarely is it able to produce the wounded or the bodies. The IRA spirits its casualties away to its hospital houses. It also drags away its dead. An IRA commander every we brief our men on where to go if they get hit. We tell them to get cas- ualties out fast so the army won't get them. The system has worked bloody well so The IRA said recently that 100 of its men have been killed in four years of and IRA informants admit there have been several hundred wounded. British Army officials are convinced the guerrillas have had at least 200 dead. The IRA says it has more than enough places to take its casualties to without fear of be- trayal even though more Catho- lics are fingering IRA men and arms dumps to the security forces. with flesh wounds and the like are no the IRA officer serious stomach and head have to get to hos- pital DOCTORS COVER UP All hospitals are supposed to inform the security forces when gunshot cases corns in. But this doesn't always happen. Even when wounded guerrillas die in the sympathetic doc- tors often cover up. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. BINGO RAINBOW HALL M01 5Hl Av.. N. AUGUST 21st at 8 p.m. First Jackpot in 60 Jackpot in 56 Nos. Free Cardi-Cardc and 25t per 5 00 3 Free Comet _ Door Prize No children Under 16 Yean by A.U.U.C. Association UNIT 34 A.N.A.F. BINGO EVERY TUESDAY-8 P.M. IN THE CLUBROOMS JACKPOT IN 54 NUMBERS EXTRA WITH GREEN CARD NO WINNER DOUBLED WITH GREEN CARD and 1 Number Weekly Until Won 12 GAMES IN 7 NUMBERS OR LESS THEN DROPS TO TILL WON. Door Cord each Blue or Brown 50c Mch. Oreen key card card may be pur- chased If a player a door card and at least 4 other blue or brown ALL BINGOS CALLED ON A GREEN CARD -MONEY IS DOUBLED IN REGULAR OR 4 CORNERS MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY One IRA chieftain was res- cued by some of his men from a Belfast hospital last year after his bullet' wound was men- ding. He's still on the loose. Guerrillas patched up in the underground hospitals are usu- ally sneaked across the border to the Irish republic to con- valesce or hidden in remote farmhouses where British troops aren't likely to go. For some guerrillas the sys- tem didn't work. They died in abandoned houses or attics where they were hidden until they could be moved to an aid centre or hospital. The army knows the IRA has its elaborate network of hospital hideouts. But it has found only a handful. Ann Landers DEAR ANN The things I've learned from your Recently you printed a letter from a wo- man who wondered why a person who has lost a finger or an arm or a foot can still feel pain in the part of his body that is missing. Your explanation of h a ntom was very illuminating. And now I am dying of cur- iosity about another matter but I'm too ashamed to ask anybody. Will you please tell me what the hospitals do with the dismembered parts of the I hope you won't con- sider this too macabre to deal with in the column. Others DEAR ANN Never thought I would end up writing to Ann but simple problems can loom large for people who are too close to them. I need a fresh eye on this one. Yours. My wife's mother is a won- derful lady but her memory isn't what it used to be. She lives a short distance from us and we drive her to church every Sunday. The poor dear can never remsmber to bring her prayer book. My wife her before wa leave the house. She I have it right in my but somehow she al- DEAR ANN A few months ago my husband and I inherited a modest sum from my grandmother. To listen to my mother and aunts talk you'd think we had come into a million dollars and that we are nitwits. Every other day someone suggests a project we should donate to or a business investment that will pay large dividends. Last week two nephews asked us to put them through college. Yesterday a niece who will be a high school senior next Fall let us know that she has already picked Confidential to Victim Or Pendul u m s swing and this one is a real swinger. Your parents were too rigid and you are too per- missive. Finding the middle of the road is one of the toughest challenges of par- enthood. Common sense is your best guideline. It's not always easy to must be too. Knowledge Un-Lmtd. DEAR All amputated members as well as organs are incinerated after a sam- ple has been taken for the pathologist. Tissue commit- tees are interested in learn- ing whether or not the organ or member was diseased as stated in the dianosis. doc- tor who removes a for is in serious In special Mos- lems or memibers of the Or- thodox Jewish faith request the amputated member be saved. It is then buried in the ground in accordance with the to dust to tradition. ways manages to leave it home. This darling woman sits next to me in church and I have to share my prayer book with her. Since I am near- sighted and she is far-sight- ed it's a silent tug-of-war and drives me quietly crazy. I can't describe the intensity of my irritation. What's the Rumbling Volcano DEAR RUM. Buy another prayer book but don't give it to her. Hand it. to her every Sunday when you walk into church and take it back as you leave. out her high-school gradua- tion present. Would you be- lieve a trip to First we thought it was funny. Now It is no longer a joke. Any on how tp deal with all the un- wanted Ft. Lau- derdale. DEAR Nothing creates interest like inherit- ed money. I suggest that you inform the self-appointed in- vestment counsellors that you already have plans for the money and those who are looking for a helping hand should be told to check the end of their sleeves. first time around. Acquaint yourself with the guidelines. Read Ann Landers' Or Sex And How To Tell The For a mail 35 cents in coin and a self- addressed envelops with your request to Landers R e a d p r Chicago Sun-Times. 401 North Wabash Chi- SINGER S-T-R-E-T-C-H YOUR FALL FASHION BUDGET with a S-T-R-E-T-C-H STITCH This versatile Singer Sewing Machine is your answer to a new fall wardrobe. System makes sewing knits and stretch fabrics easy. straight and twin needle sewing. Includes a built-in and the Singer exclusive drop-in front bobbin. Complete with carrying case. 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