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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta J8 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Mmnlnv, IVrnmbtr 77, 1971 Horizons widen iot wort Family Living [NDIItA C.ANnill By CAROL KFANDOY Canadian Press Staff WriUr With or without the efforts of Women's Lib. female 1 yons were widening in m n j pan.1; of I lie work! as 1972 ap- j proaclics. A courageous British girl became the first woman In sail the Atlantic lw women in Hong admitted to the hithcvto II male Anglican priesthood 111 Switzerland at last t, women the vote and d its first female MF. Canada's Margaret Sinclair accomplished the unexpected feat of toppling Prime Minis- ter Trudcan from his bachelor pedestal: Their March -I wed- ding in North Vancouver was the year's best-kept secret. Northern Ireland's peppery Bcmadettc Devlin gave hirlh to a dauKJltcr, refused to name the father and plunged back with scarcely a pause t- HOI 100 years old MONTREAL (CP) Maude Griffitiis, a familiar figure in the china department of a Mont- real jewelry store for 40 '.Lit1; recently celebrated her 100th biithday. Among the recoived by Miss Griffiths were telegrams from Prime Minister Trudeau, Mayor Jean Drapeau and Queen Elizabeth. WOMEN" DRIVERS DRliniO.YDVILLE. Q u e. (CPi One male had his foot crushed while (ho other suffered a fractured ankle. Both have adopted a new motto when out riding a bicycle or motorcycle: "A woman driving a car9 Watch out for your feet." l.ADV A.MEI.IA FLEMING covcror "f penicillin. defied Greece's right-wing military gr.vernment by taking part in an abortive plan to free a man jailed for an assassina- tion attempt. Sentenced first to jail, then fruni Greece and de- prived of her Greek passport dual Anglo-Greek nationality the 62-year-old '.viiiow viv.vcd si.e if n e f e s s a r y. walk to di 1 1 II rough Albania. S in J I c of a new adventlir- ol in 197! was Nico- ht'o ickyi d psychology gradu- t r m Cheshire. I-'neland, who made her 45-day odyssey frem Wales to Rhode Island In i M-H t glass-fibre mostlv in tiie nude, she later IcL drop. Of her epic voyage, when she is threatened by whales mionfi other hazards, sur- geon's daughter Nicky said: 'I think women are more suited to this sort o( thing than men. are d e s i g n e d for k u d immediate reac- tions. whereas women are more able to withstand adverse conditions. They have C.OLDA ME7R BINGO RAINBOW HALL 51h Ave- N- TUESDAY, DECEMBER 28th at 8 p.m. Firil Jackpol 575 in 58 Nos., 2nd Jackpot 555 in 56 Nos. Free Cards-Cards and Games, 25t per Card, 5 Cards St.00 3 Free Games Door Prize No Children Under 16 Years Spo By A.U.U.C. Asso UKRAINIAN GREEK-ORTHODOX CHURCH BASEMENT Cor. 13th Street and 7lh Avenue M. EVERY TUESDAY p.m. DOOR PRIZE FREE CARDS FREE GAMES BINGO CARDS 25t EACH 5 CARDS BLACKOUT IN 56 NUMBERS OR LESS (Jackpot Increases Weekly) S25 JACKPOT in 7 Numbers or Less Three seven numbers or less Jackpot 525 each No person under 16 years cf age allowed tetter stamina and are better able to deal with physical strain.'1 Women's Lib made strides during the year, gaining at- tention with the writings of America's Gloria Stcinem in New York and Germaine Grcer in Britain. The move- ment spread even lo conserv- ative southern Ireland, producing a piquant encounter with embarrassed Dublin cus- toms officers when a group of Libbers relumed from a trip to Belfast flaunting scores of in the ATTEND THE ALL NEW A.NAF. COR. Sth AVE. nnd 6th ST. S. IN THE CLUBROQMS TUESDAY, DEC_28tli 8 p.m. First 12 Gamos First Card SI.00 Olhors 25c onch 1st No. Jackpot (increases weekly! 2nd No. Jackpot (increases S5 weekly) Extra S Games Cards 25c en. or S for Blackout in 58 Numbers All regular games pay double if won in 7 nos. or less MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS Nurses wed TORONTO (CP) As any j daylime television viewer knows, romances amonj; nospi- staff load lo nothing but j trouble. NTot for John and Kathy Cook. They have started married lifo in an apartment close to Welles- lev Ho.vjiial, where John is in mirsjng course and Kathy has another year lo Ro. Phe little old ladies love says Kalhy of her hus- band, tlie first male trainee on Wcllesley's staff. .John says more men should j go into nursing. j 'Nursing is working with peo- ple, helping them through their little crises.'' F'ich is aiming for a bachelor of science degree, in nursing and eventual administrative posi- tions. They find the going essicr now they are married than 1 ui they dating. "John spurs me into doing j more says Katlry. I run into rough spots, I have him there to help me." 75. the warm led- '9tKx gd when I o o h i t} [7 ti t cnc h other. HARD AT WORK These stuffed toys and storybooks are just parr of a progrcrn designed to train student nurses in the art of communication with children. The play therapy project was done by the second year nursing students of St. Michael's Hospital, and the toys given to children in the psdiafrics ward as Christmas presents. 'Most important ihinss9 I i '-j if or those who cat alone EDMONTON ICP) The Ed- monton Society for the Retired lion later, when she said that laziness was the beginning of Pemmicans hold ball With close to Invited, it and Sumi-Relired suggests a i loneliness. number of "most important I "You have to make an cl- Uiings" for the person who she said. cooks for herself and eats alone. "A place mat" was the suggestion of one member. "If you use a place mat on the table and nice china and silverware even bread and but-1 There's no lack of homecraft 1 talent, savs Mrs. Ronald Put- HOMECRAFTS OUTLET CANNIFTON. Ont. (CP) MARGARET TRUDEAU predominantly Roman Catho- lic Republic of Ireland In embattled Northern Ire- land, however, women took on a sinister role as bitterness swelled against British troops trying to flush out nationalist guerrillas in the Catholic ghetto areas. The world was slacked when mobs of Lon- donderry housewives attacked teen-age girls who were dat- ing British soldiers, shaved their heads and poured tar or paint over tliem. Among the veterans, mys- tery queen Agatha Christie published her 80th book on her 80th birthday and saw marathon thriller The Mouse- trap enter its 20th straight year on London's West End stage. At the other end of the age scale. Australia's pert, grace- ful Evonne Goolagong. 19, he- came the first of her Aborig- ine race to capture the Wim- bledon women's tennis cham- pionship. Ancther female first v. a., chalked up by Bri'jsh-born Prof. Margaret Burbidge, one of the world's leading optical astronomers, who was ap- pointed first woman director of the Royal Greenwich Ob- servatory. The world's two leading w omen Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and Israel's Premier Go'.da t o preside over their countries' precari- ous destinies. Mrs. Gardhi, touring Europe to promote awareness of India's position in tile Pakistan confrontation, described her job as sitting on a ho-L volcano. One outspoken American matron received the year's prizs male retort. Martha Mitchell, wife of the U.S. al- tomey-general, recalling how she refused to eurtsey to the Quoen at a London reception, was advised by the Amwi- can-bom Karl of Lindsay in a letter to remain at home in Kalamazon until she learned hew to Ijchave in polite soci- ety. ter tastes good." The members were attending a forum discussion on Cooking for One or Two, with home economist Alice Summers of Edmonton as moderator. And each shared his or her favorite suggestion to improve lonely meals. "Irish expounded one man. "There's the answer. Just put everything into a pot and let it cook." "An electric frying pan was another contribution to the most-important list. "Put meat and vegetables a.ll m at once and there's only one pan to wash." CUTS DOWN WASHING Several members extolled the merits of the one-pot meal. It was generally agreed that wash- ing too many dishes from one person's meal was a discourag- ing task. As well, members were enthu- siastic about prepared and semi-prepared convenience foods. They don't want them all the time, but the importance of being able to make the exact amount, as with instant pota- toes, mentioned, One member complained that she had a problem with trying to prepare rare-but-juicy roast beef when she had to start with such a small amount for one. Miss Summers suggested cook- ing it while it was still frozen. get it rare in the mid- dle ir sure." The woman who suggested the place mats had another sugges- man of this community near Belleville, who recently opened a retail shop in her home as a commercial outlet for the home- craft ers in her area. Already she has approximately 50 sup- pliers, and the lists of suppliers is expected that this 3'ear's Pemmican Club ball will be the i best yet. TORONTO (CP) Pretty (tor and one of the founders, I The ball is scheduled for Hania Fcderowicz is editing a i sees it as a means of keeping Thursday in the Lethbridge magazine which she hopes will the Polish community alive. "a source of Polishness in a I A third-year University of To- Caradian community." The magazine Echo began in 1970 as a quarterly but became ronio student, Mr. Brodzki said there are people in Can- monthly after its September issue following receipt of a Opportunities for Youth grant during the summer. The grant was given to help develop a new format and give it a boast into the future. The magazine contains arti- cles of a literary nature, short and variety of products are stories and poetry in bolb Polish growing, as are sales of the j goods, says Mrs. Putman. and English. Marek Brodzki, managing cdi- ada of Polish origin and brought up like himself in the Polish cultural tradition "which we want to share with other Cana- dians." The staff is varied. Miss Fcd- crowiez, who speaks four lan- guages fluently, is a student of linguistics. Yvonne Buczkowski, who works in the Echo's cicrulation department, is studying for her doctorate at York University. Exhibition Pavilion, commenc- ing at 9 p.m., with music for the quadrilles, minuots and waltzes being provided by Les Handley's orchestra. Mrs. L. ,7. McKenzie will lead the grand march at p.m. and lunch will be served at p.m. Dancing will follow until 3 a.m. To avoid delay at the door, members are asked to obtain tickets m advance. They will be available from 2-5 p.m. to- morrow and Wednesday in the club rooms. 9 St. and 5 Ave. S. Invitations must be presented when purchasing tickets. Senior citizens need clinic for health checks EDMONTON (CP) A screening clinic to perform basic health checks for senior citizens is needed in Edmonton, B e r n i c e Webster, a public health nurse, told a meeting of the Society for the Retired and Semi-Retired. Such a clinic was established j in Vancouver in she said. It was so successful there now are Over-60 Clinics in a number of Vancouver districts. The clinics lest blood pres- sure, eyes and general health and take blood and urine sam- i pies to test for anemia or diabe- I tes, which apparently becomes nlorc prevalent in older per- sons. Women are checked for can- cer of the or cervix and men are examined for prostate problems. Mrs. Webster said it is "terri- j bly sad" that the only time the doctor or public health nurse i sees an elderly person is during I 3 time of crisis. "We want to see you before you get sick." Olher services for senior citi- zens also are needed, she said. They include extended home- maker services for the elderly, more use of the mcals-on-whecls programs, a handy-man service for senior citizens, a telephone visiting service, regular public health nursing services and a j transporlalion s y s t e m that i makes it easy for the senior cit- izen lo get. around. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS-8 p.m. OUR ENTIRE FALL AND WINTER STOCK UNTRIMMED AS LOW AS V-i PRICE Entire stock no hold backs boucles, angora ond wcot, Harris tweeds, camel hair, Dutch plush, and a host of other fabrics. Sizes 8 to 44. Reg. lo 49.95 NOW AS LOW AS 25 Reg. to 89.95 NOW AS LOW AS UP AND PLEASE NOTE! We carry a full line of Fur Collars and Cufft mink in many shades, coon, fox, and muskiat. All co'lars easily attached. Purchase an untrimmed coat and we will supply the collar and cuffs for as low as V'2 price. MAN MADE FUR COATS Some fur trimmed all ot Sale Prices, Fur, Persian Lamb, Seal, Borg, Broadtail, Mink plus a host of novelty fabrics. ENTIRE STOCK OF CAR COATS and LENGTHS Plaids, Wools, Corduroys etc. Some fur trims Reg. to 29.95 NOW AS IOW AS .95 Reg. to 45.00 NOW AS tOW AS 29-9B ENTIRE STOCK OF SUITS and PANT SUITS 2 nnd 3 PIECE STYLES Rug. to 45.00 NOW AS LOW AS ALL SALE PRICED Reg. 49.95 NOW AS LOW AS .00 Reg. to 89.95 NOW AS LOW AS 49 .95 IS'95 UP DRESSES AND 2-PIECE OUTFITS Sizes 7 to 20 and 16V2 to 200 selected from our large stock included are crepes, (ortrols, melallics, plui a host of other fabrics. Reg. to 26.00 NOW 6-co 15-DO Reg. to 35.00 NOW oo FULL LENGTH MAN-MADE FUR COATS Untrimmecl ond fur trimmed, Otta Fur, Pers'ctn (3 Broadtail, plus o host of others all sizes. .95 Reg. to 59.95. NOW AS LOW AS QBRcg. to 125.00. NOW] AS LOW AS 63 FORTREL AND WOOL 2-PIECE SUIT OUTFITS Regular to 50.00 NOW 15 ONLY MIDI COATS One of a ilylt Fur Trimmed and Untrimmed 39.95 79.95 Reg. lo NOW Reg. lo NOW BRAND NAME FORTREt SKI JACKETS A large assortment of colors. In sizns 12 lo 20. Reg. 25.00 NOW ONLY 17 .98 OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF HOUSECOATS CLEARING NOW AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES ENTIRE STOCK OF SLACKS Strelcti Corduroy, Wooli and Fortrels. Reg. 12.98. NOW -J QQ AS LOW AS I Reg. 10.98. NOW A QQ AS LOW AS "t.vw SKIRTS Fortrels, Wools, Checks, Plains and Plaids. Reg. to 15.95 NOW .99 C.99 3" .6 PANTY HOSE Reg. 1.49 pr. NOW ONLY ,49 NYLON HOSE Reg. 99c o Pair NOW ONLY 2 99" AIL SAtES FINAL _ NO EXCHANGES OR REFUNDSI SHOP 6ARLY FOR BEST SELEC1IONI PERN FASHIONS 309A Sfli Street South Phone 327-3039 OPEN THURSDAY TILL 9 P.M. ;