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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, SI, 1970 THE IEIHORIDGE HERALD JAPANESE TRADITION Seigetsu Terashlma dis- her flower arrangement Four Honorable Men at the 4th Annual Showing of the Shinpa Seizan School. Mrs. Terashima Is the class Instructress. The showing was held on the weekend at the Lethbridge Buddhist Church rr win Ladies of St. Peter and St. Paul's Greek Catholic Church will hold its regular meeting Tuesday in the parish hall. St. Mary's Anglican Church Women will meet in the Parish Hall at p.m. on Tuesday. Hostess will be Mrs. J. B. May. Naxarene Missionary Society win meet Tuesday at p.m. hi the church. Hourglass Tops Club are hold- ing their regular meeting Wed- nesday at 7 p.m. in the nurses lounge at Si. Michael's Hospi- tal. New members welcome. For further information please phone 327-1958. The Oldman Hiver Potters Guild will hold Its regular meet- Ing in the potters room, Bow- man Art Centre on Tuesday at p.m. Better Berry BEAVEKLODGE, Alta. (CP) Researchers at a federal sta- tion in this northwestern Al- berta town want to give Canada a healthier raspberry. A spokes- man says they collect plant specimens from northern Can- ada in the hope of producing a plant that will have more resist- ance to cold. Ladies Orange Lodge No. 1 will hold its regular meeting the Scout Hal] 3rd Ave. S. Mor day at 8 p.m. Hostesses as ar ranged. St. Basil's CWL will hold i first general fall meeting Tue: day at p.m. in the chur hall. All members requested attend. Lethbridge Women's Institu will hold its sewing meeting the home of Mrs. Stan Prysi zny, 3403 Lakewood Drive, We nesday at 2.30 p.m. Hostes Mrs. Prysiazny and Mrs. Hunt. Members are asked i note change of meeting place. The regular meeting of th Ladies Pemmican Club, will b held on Wednesday at the clu rooms, Cor. 5th Ave. and 9th S So., at p.m. LA to FOE will hold a com roast Tuesday at p.m. a the home of Hose Hall, 473 12th St." A N. Members are asked t bring coffee mugs. Mass will be held for mem bers of the CWL in St. Pai rick's Church Wednesday i p.m. All members are urg ed to attend. The monthly mee ing will take place in tile rec tory meeting room followin mass. Newsweek Takes Lead In Equal Employment NEW YORK (AP) News- week magazine signed an with its women em- ployees promising specific t.A. TO F.O.E. BINGO Monday, Aug. 31st JACKPOT 54 NOS. "10 AtARM BINGO" SI Gold Card Pay Double Door Cards (Many other extras) Regular Cards 25c or 5 for 13th Si. and 6lh Ave. 'A' N. No children under 16 allowed steps to get more women inti jobs as reporters, writers am editors. The agreement ends a tradi tion at Newsweek that largely confined women to jobs as re searchers. The agreement commits Newsweek to provide equa employment opportunities to women within one year; to in- crease writing and reporting tryouts; to seek qualifiec women inside and outside the organization, and to permit women researchers to cover news events on a voluntary basis. Newsweefc also agreed to re- cruit men for jobs us research- ers. The American Civil Liberties Union filed a complaint against Newsweek with the Equal Em- ployment Opportunity Commit sion last March. GROWING DEMAND Demand for women college graduates in the United States s highest in the field of engi- neering. Why not have a little fun ant) relaxation this winter? JOIN ONE OF OUR MORNING or AFTERNOON LEAGUES Leagues commence Sept. 2-3-4. For mora Information conlacl JOHN OR SANDY at GLENDALE BOWt or Phono 328-4545 Ann Land ers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Recently we had a party at our home. My in-laws were invited, as they always are when we entertain. Both' are in excellent health. (I should feel so After dinner I noticed my mother-in-law beckon for her son to come to the back of the house. My curiosity got the best of me so I followed them. When I opened the door to my sewing room (which had been closed but not locked) I was shocked to see my husband busily trimming his mother's toenails. They greeted me in a friendly manner and invited me in. My mother-in-law said, with considerable pride, "Nobody cuts toenails like my Irving. I feel so much better now. It's a load off my feet." For your information, Ann Landers, Irving Is 46 years old. Am I wrong to be upset over this? It seems to me the middle of a party is hardly the time to cut toenails. And don't you agree that my mother-in-law should ask her husband and not MINE, to perform this personal service? Wife of T.N.T. (Toe-Nail-Trimmer) DEAR DYNAMITE: According to your mother-in-law no- body cuts toenails like her Irving, so there you have it. I agree she could have selected a better time but it's not worth fighting about. Your husband is too old to so is your mother-in-law. Forget it. DEAR ANN LANDERS: My father doesn't understand me. I am sure lots of letters to you start off this way, but I'm not stopping here. What I want to say is I don't care whether my dad understands me or not because I know he loves me. We disagree about many things, and I'm sure he thinks I'm dumb and miserable I tlu'nk he is spaced out and has no idea of what it's like to be a teen-ager today. But underneath it all, I feel his love and I know he is smarter than I am about certain things because he has lived through more. I know, too, he is on my side and everything he tells me is for my own good. He may not always be right, but he is my friend, and this is what Son DEAR SON: What a great letter! I'm not printing the name of your city because I'm sure there are millions of dads out there who would like to think it was meant for them. Thank you for writing. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "After listening to those morons at the office who pretend they're as smart as I am, it's refreshing to be exposed to someone as modest and humble as I." LAKEVIEW SCHOOL OF DANCING 3004 12th Avenue South, Lethbridge Registrations, now being taken for instruction in Ballet, Tap and Modern Dancing Please phone Romola Ully qt 328-4135 Classes la commenca lues., Sept. 8th Canadian Physicians Sign Up As CARE Medicos TORONTO (CP) An ta- foiir times its share m this field. The Vietnam war is draining United States doctors who might creasing number of Canadian doctprs are signing up with CARE Medico, the medical arm otherwise serve overseas with of (he relief agency which feeds j CARE, children and teaches skills in j Charles Godfrey of under-developed countries. I Wellcslcy Hospital, Toronto, Dr. Ted Cormode, a small- medical director of Canadian town family doctor in Napanee, jCARE Medico says: "We have Ont, and his wife Leslie, a j more applicants than jobs." physiotherapist, left their home The doctors go to teach native two years ago and headed for i doctors new skills, as well as to Malaysia. He returned to Canada this treat patients. "If it were solely for service, we'd have to look at iimimer with vast experience I it Dr. Godfrey said, behind him and plenty of ideas.! flie Malaysian project was The experience has changed j entirely Canadian. It began nine the direction of his career. The I years ago, and last July 1 the young doctor began training in Vancouver to become a pedia- trician, as a result of looking after children who came to the Malaysian hospitals. It isn't the pay that attracts Canadians felt their job was done and moved out. "Oar role is to upgrade Dr. Godfrey said. In Malaysia "there now is a medical com- plex that would turn our Univer- doctors, nurses and physiolhera-! sity of Toronto dean of medicine lists to sign up for a term with I green with envy." CARE. The doctors earn only j As the Malaysian project ?400 a month. rerxhed its completion, CARE Dr. Cormode said: "I guess in Canada launched a new one my main personal benefit was j in Solo, Indonesia, that I learned to be adaptable." j The CABS medical budget in Although CARE is a North Canada is much of it American agency, Canada is raised by such volunteer efforts currently shouldering more than' as Miles for Millions marches. But CARE is only one of a number of Canadian organiza- j lions sending doctors to develop-1 ing nations. Dr. Godfrey esti- mates 150 doctors go out every year. Dr. Peter Rcchnitzer of Lon- don, Ont., went to Nigeria to set up a department of medicine at a new medical school at Ah-1 mauu Bello University in north- ern Nigeria. It look him a year. He saw many classical dis- eases for the first time and found the Nigerian people warm, responsive, full of po- t e n t i a 1 and waiting to be i shown." i "What surprised Dr. Re- chnitzer said, "was how often I was acutely conscious of my ac- j Lions, my thoughts and feelings. It was as though the exposure :o a totally different environ- ment, while dedicated to a simi- !ar end, brought a nearly con- stant preoccupation with the possible philosophic underpin- nings of what I was trying to do." It seemed almost as if his routine in Canada had led to 'psychic and by 1 .he end of the year the numb-1 ness was gone. I own Mrs. Donald Scheurmann (Miss Judy Schoening) was guest of honor at several gath- erings, prior to her marriage Saturday. Among her hostesses were Mrs. E. Little, Mrs. F. Ross, Mrs. R. Cropley, Mrs. J. Bleck and Mrs. J. Babick; Miss Tury Duffey, Miss Tyra Zasadny, Miss Sheila Bennett, Mrs. Chris Wilson. Pinch-Hitter If you think you are an ex- pert at preparing martinis, next time try putting a pinch of salt in your preparation. You'll be the hit of the town. FLUTE RENTALS PER MONTH MUSKLAND Cor. 3rd Ave. 13th St. S. Phone 327-1056 Has For You A SUMPTUOUS GIFT CLrfct c ti Luxuriously different... Ritual Bath Kill It makes your daily batn seem like an exciting beauty treatment. Ritual Bath Oil adds silkiness to the water. Ritual Soap lathers away the cares of the day. Ritual Body Lotion silkens and scents your skin. Visit our Charles of the Ritz counter soon. Or telephone your order. Youn with t purchase ol (5.00 or mora Irom Charles ot the Ritz. One to a customer. Meet MRS. PETRA TOPP Charles of the Rifz Beauty Consultant Mrs. Petra Topp, Charles of the Ritz Beauty Consultant, will be at The Cosmotique from Tuesday, September 1st through, Septem- ber 5th to assist you with your beauty preparations. She'll show you newest ways to tend to your skin, the most flattering ways to apply your Charles of the Ritz make-up. And here's the good news with the purchase of or mors of Charles of the Ritz products, you will receive without charge a Charles of the Ritz RITUAL BATH KITI SO BE SURE TO SEE MRS. TOPP AT THE Downtown ot 305 6th St. S. Phone 328-1212 ;