Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
R THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, August 26, 1971 For The Record .S By MARILYN ANDERSON Family Edilor WE II: one high school, al least, ad- i.ilor.-- ;M i! attempting to get to the roots of the limp IMH- siiiiation. It must be a chiillenjjc In tliem (o explain I" young men why they can't wear their hair Icnu. "hen you lake a look around the business and prnievsional community beards and mustaches, sulebunis and neck length styles the difference is luat the kids can't afford Hie tonsorial serviees hair needs to keep it in tow they do have one thing in common though, an ab'undaiH-e o! hair often doesn't suit any of. them, whether they've 1H. M, or whatever. To slai'l the new school year off on the foot several school.- decided to have their first home and school meeunu n'i the same night as a public hearing- on .slioppini; hours which was of public in- terest0. one nole about the children getting into the higher grades you don't have to shop for pens and pencils anil glue anymore, just hand them a cheque for SO-IO dollars and it's all taken care of and so is jour bank account DID YOU we lived in a world of constant change'.' A major paper manufacturing company has estimated that there are diaper age babies in Canada who require 2.77 billion changes a year LISTIiMN'G to people worrying about seeing over hedges, just imagine il they lived like a lot of the populace', they'd be in basement suites you get a real ant's eye view there. A note, loo, to people approaching city council asking for consuleralion of their views it's in extremely bad laste to infer that preferential treat- ment should be given lo a list of "Lethbridge's Who's Who." Knowing a few of the people on that block, I daresay they would have flinched to have heard them- selves "placed in a special category As one resi- dent remarked "It's more a matter of what's what than who's who." And concerning (he duffers who play off-course may it not instil a wee bit of responsibility if they could see where the ball is going rather just into a nondescript hedge. H walls out the necessity of. won- dering whether the ball is landing on someone's lawn or someone's head. A number of articles and books have been lent out of this office to persons in the city and district. While I'm delighted to be of help and assistance to any reader with a problem, others are in need of the information you wanted. Sometimes it's just a matter of dropping it into the mail or bringing il into town wilh you when you come. Either way. J'd appreciate having them re- turned as soon as it is convenient. Merci! Lore Is booklets ue lo customs difficulties, 1 m o n c I a r iik'rs are asked to send re- !.-ls Tor flic 'Love Is' rar- i booklet directly to Love Hook Letlibridgc Ilcr- l. I'.O. Unx nil. Los AII- ii'S California Cost of nkln is CO cents in U.S. nTiiry. 35, flowers the garden for her. .v HI THERE! It mighl not be the Loch Ness monster he murky walers, but Ihe depths lo which photogaphes w Bryan Wilson Pholo arising from bikini-clod beaulies is beyond belief. If takes, the imagination of a II go to snap camera carrying cad to lie in wail for sun bathing nymphs. Women march for equality on anniversary of strike VKW YORK (AP) Women Look lo the slreels ('igflin Thursday, a year after Ihe first female strike for equality in Ihe United j to renew demands they .say hr.ve gone largely unheeded. But this time, instead of a strike, it was the 1371 women's march for equality. Demonstrations were planned along Xew York's Fifth Ave- some sup- porters filled the street last Hie Chicago Civic Centre, in St. Louis and by car caravan in Los Angeles. In a d d i t i o n, various j women's groups around the country planned creative non-marching demonstraliions JEN'S UNIFORM CENTRE WHITE COLORED WHITE SISTER THE GRADUATE JEN'S UNIFORM CENTRE 404 5lh STREET S. (Upstairs) PHONE 328-3631 including guerrilla thcElrc al scy and a 21-hour radio mara- thon in Minneapolis. Explaining last year's three mnin strike demands, llic march committee was focus- ing on women's rights in five areas: equal political power; abortion and contraception; centres; equal edu- cation and employment and rnder Ihe UcLly Krk'dan, prov- ided the idea for last year's activities, says llic current Ihnist is, for political power. "Tim movement has become she said. are Inking Iho energy from hist year and fiirming concrete or- ganizations 1o achieve Hie un- finished items of women's equality." A second polilical aim of Thursday's event was Ihe Women's idea pro- moted by the National Organi- zation for Women, largest of the uttmcn's liberation groups. Its aim is to propose legislation and communicate from all pails of the U.S. "Everybody has a lobby in Washington so we should have our own" says vice- president Ro.xcy Boltoi) of Coral Gables, Fla. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "Why is the bacon on the side? -You know very well I like you to take two pancakes and make a bacon sandwich." Diapers Add cup Baking Soda lo diaper pail fresh. To soothe skin irritations and diaper rash add 2 spoons lo baby's bain. COW BRAND BAKING sooA 4M4 adds on bwst injections CHICAGO (AP) Women who want larger breasls should beware of having liquid silicone injections to achieve them, the American Medical Association says. PUBLIC BINGO JACKPOT 16 GAMES LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THUR5-8 p.m. FOLLOW THE CROWDS TO JOE GREEN'S SHOES for BACK-TO-SCHOOL SHOES OPEN THURSDAY Till 9 P.M. GREEN'S SHOES ON SIXTH STREET SOUTH i The- AMA warning follows a I report In the U.S. Food and Drug that four dcalhi have result ul from this j illegal mcthcd m" hrcnst en- "Hi: AMA said Sunday it has reports IhnL physicians jiro receivi'ip an inciTasing i nuniiiCT of pnlicnls suffering; front e rim pi lions from liquid silicone injections. i The lime has come "for a 1 warning lo (lie public us well n.s lo scientific com- mnnity." Ihe .said, i Thf.- r.ol apply to silicnru i Karly this summer, the AMA saul, a woman died in Houston, Tex., c'ifter liquid .silieone injec- (idns in I'fr and an unli- rrnserl practilioncr was cliarg- willi mrrdor. Dr. Clarion Finkel of the FDA said: "Mnsyive abscesses, removal o[ Iho have followed such injection-." The iiiniorial reaches ilio hrani as well as the 'i.w nn entering In? bloodstream, he said. Plastic snrfTci.r.s arc able lo enlarge u omen's breasls witli- nut coinplical'on.s by llic im- of silicone siu- proeeduiv- rccjuircs liospiUI treatment. 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