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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Her Excellency to the rescue: IODE helps premature babies OTTAWA (CP) One night about a year ago, a prema- ture baby was brought to the nursing station at Watson Lake in the Yukon. In then populated areas to the south, it would have teen put in an incubator. But none was available in the isolated station and the infant had to be fed oxygen through a fine tube through its nose and kept warm with tot water tollies before it could be flown south. The situation was not new. The need for more incuba- tors for nursing stations in isolated northern communities had become apparent in re- cent years through a study of infant deaths occurring before 23 days of life. Statistics show that first and fifth babies are the ones most usually prema- ture. But the situation was differ- ent to this extent: The baby was seen by an important vis- itor, Mrs. Roland Michener, wife of the Governor-General. Her Excellency soon found a way to express her concern. In November, 1970, she wrote the national president of the Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire about the inci- dent. Mrs. Michener, honorary president of the order, sug- gested that should any chap- ters be interested in providing incubators, medical equip- ment or supplies for northern nursing stations, she would be happy to hear of it. "The need in the North Is very she wrote. "Most of the medical stations are manned only by nurses and there are few doctors." The organization, one of whose aims is to provide serv- ice and welfare for those in need, promptly took up the idea. There were incubators at that time in several north- ern nursing stations and the federal and territorial medi- cal services were trying to supply more. But the IODE realized that if incubators could be prov- ided as soon as possible to all nursing stations requiring them, government funds would be released for other necessary medical equipment. It was assumed Uie plan would take two years. But the voluntary organization, draw- ing on its chapters from coast to coast, had 16 incubators on their way for delivery witliin three months. Incubators costing each were sent to such places as Old Crow, Haines Junction' Gjoa Haven and Fort Resolu- tion. Al Lake Harbour, G-rise Fiord and Belcher Island, N.W.T., the new incubators accompanied units for travel- Bug nursing stations which follow nomadic or migrating Eskimo communities. A special incubator costing was sent to the Fort Rac, N.W.T., clinic for use in transporting babies to hospi- tal. The IODE, which hopes to put more incubators where needed in the North, found the project spawned other work. Now it is providing five ra- dio-stereos to Yukon nursing stations to facilitate communi- cation between patients and their families and help relieve the loneliness of Eskimo and Indian patients. By June, 225 layettes will be shipped to hospitals in Inuvik, Frobisher Bay and Churchill. n Ann Landers announced Mr. and Mrs. Hurshel Shipley of Glenwood are pleased to an- nounce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Mereda Gay, to Mr. John Innis, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. (Mac) Innis of Calgary and formerly of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on July 29, in the Alberta Tem- ple. FIFTY GOLDEN YEARS Mr. and Dart Michelson will be honored by their family at a reception to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Wednesday at Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant. Longtime residents of Stirling, and recently moved to Lethbridge, the Michelson's have six children, Ralph D., Chief of Police; Glen B., city police inspector, both of Lethbridge; Dwaine, deceased; Bruce A., RCMP. Tofino B.C.; Mrs George (Marie) Price, Lethbridge; and Mrs. Cliff (Arlene) Firth, Salt lake City, Utah. They have 14 grandchildren ond four great grandchildren. There will be an open houso for friends and relatives at the Michelson home, 1117 19 St. S., from 2-5 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. on Thursday. No gifts, by request._________ Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements In The UtMnidge Herald All wedding reports, marriage and engagement announcements will now be published on i spe- cial page in The Herald's Saturday edition each week. Special requests for publication on other specific days of the week will be given every consideration- Wedding Reports, with or without picture, will now be accepted in the following forms: Standard Wedding Report- Using the information you provide on The Herald's standard wedding report form, (available at The REPORT ONLY 5.00 REPORT WITH TWO COLUMN PICTURE Extended Wedding If you wish information published which would additional to that provided on The Herald's stand- ard report form, this will be accepted, and the entire report will then be charged at 20c per count line. Charge for a two column picture with this write-up would be CO. DEADLINE FOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION WILL BE 4 P.M. WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE Phone 328-4411 Family Editor The LefKbttdge Herald Western fashion for Communists ROME (AP) With Western buyers dwindling, Italian de- signers arc looking toward Com- munist countries as prospective outlets for high fashion clothes. The need to search for new markets has been stressed by the minister for foreign com- merce, Mario Zagari. "No country today can be re- garded as an open he observed. Even though the United States has abolished its import surtax, Zagari said, it is time to find new customers and promote Italian couture in East European countries. "Yes, American buyers are says Sidney Gittlcr from Ohrbnch's, a New York store. One reason is that Italian fashions, previously cheaper than Paris ones and as such fairly attractive, have near- ed the same price range. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'm so ashamed of my problem I can't talk to anybody about it. My husband and I are both 31. We have had our disagreements but nothing serious The basis of the trouble is his drinking. He doesn't get drunk very often but when he does he is lilte out of his head. Last Saturday night we went to a party. There was a lot 'of liquor around and Cliff got awfully drunk. We got home about 3-00 a.m. He was in no condition to drive and could not have opened the front door with his key if his life de- pended on it. The sitter was asleep on the couch. She had arranged to stay all night because we knew we would be get- ting home very late. Cliff passed out on the bathroom floor and I decided to leave him there and let him sleep it off. (He weighs over 200 pounds and I couldn't have gotten him in bed if I had wanted At about 6-00 a.m. I was awakened by what Bounded like an argument. I went into the living room and found my husband trying to kiss the sitter. She was half hysterical and he was still very drunk. Ann, the girl is only 13. I helped her dress and I drove her home. By noon Cliff had sobered up. He is beside himself with shame and grief. He has never done anything like this before. I'am worried sick that he might be mentally ill. Now I wonder if our own daughters are safe with him. They are 8 and 11. Please tell me what to do and sign me and Pins No Other Identification DEAR FRIEND: I hope your husband Is sufficiently grieved and ashamed to get professional help. If liquor has such a devasting affect on him, he should not have so much as a teaspoon. If Cliff doesn't believe you, please show him this column and let's hope it persuades him to get going. DEAR ANN LANDER: I've enjoyed your column for many years in the Lubbock Avalanche and was surprised at your recent advice which makes you out a female chauvinist. When a teen-age girl wrote to say she was terrified of be- coming old and wrinkled and asked how to keep her skin youthful you replied: "The texture and durability of a woman's skin is primarily a matter of inheritance. If your mother had a wrinkle-free skin, your sldn has a better chance of holding Obviously you blocked from your mind the genetic com- position of every human, which includes male as well as female genes In my case. I inherited my father's skin. In a subse- quent'column, will you please acknowledge the fact that men count? Thank you. Longhorn DEAR TEX: Men count. (Some can go as high as Thank you for catching the error. Some girls do inherit their father's skins and not their mothers'. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I like this guy very much. I'll call him Brad. When we go to the movies he just site there like a lump on a log. I don't care for boys who try to put the make on a girl after one date, but Brad and I have been out together at least eight times. I think it's about time lie put his arm around me in the movie. Do you think it would be out ot place if I took his arm and it over my shoulders, as a hint? Please give me some advice because I don't want him to ttiink I am pushy. Thanks. In Bakcrficld DEAR BAKE: Hand-holding is more discreet. Tell Brad your hand is heavy and ask him if he'd mind holding it awhile. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Several years ago you printed a letter from a man who complained because his wife undressed in the closet. He said it had been going on for 15 years and he was sick of it. I have been undressing In the closet for longer than that and it has taken me until now to understand the reason well enough to put it down on paper. What opened my eyes was an article I read recently about nudists. It said they think nothing of nakedness because they become accustomed to it. No one turns his head to look after the first day or two. It stands to reason that anything on display conslantly loses is mystique. I'm glad I read that article. Now I know the answer. What do you think Ann? In Steubenville DEAR R.I.S.: I think you are kidding yourself. From the tone of your letter your relationship with your husband is in no danger of over-exposure. Forthcoming marriages Mr. and Mrs. William C. Russell are pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming mar- riage of their daughter, Con- stance Elizabeth, to Mr. Wil- liam Edward Scullen Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Scul- len, all of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on March 18. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kurtz are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Sharon Janett to Mr, Allen Martin Orr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Orr, all ol Lethbridge. The wedding will take place March 24 at p.m. in the Lutheran Church of the Gooc Shepherd. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. G Last are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage o their eldest daughter, Kathryn Ann, to Mr. Brian George Ross son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred R Ross, all of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on April 1 at 4 p.m. in St Augustine's Anglican Church. loturday, February 56, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 29 Mr. and Mrs. Michael W Snyder are pleased to announci the engagement and forlhconi ing marriage of their youngcs daughter, Wilda Joan, to Mr Hans S. Dys, son of Mr. an Mrs. Gilbert Dys, all of Leth bridge. The wedding will take plac on April 8 at 4 p.m. In St Augustine's Anglican Church. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Haskell of Medicine Hat are pleased to announce the engagement ol their second daughter, Beverly Ruth to Mr. Barry Allan Bern- hardt, only son of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Bernhardt of Foremost. The wedding will take place September 2, 1972 at Temple Baptist Church, Medicine Hat. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Mehrer of Creston B.C. wish to an- nounce the engagement of their eldest daughter, Julie Joy to Mr. Edward John (Ted) Ben- gert, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bengert of Salmo, B.C. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes Marriage rites, Israeli style JERUSALEM (AP) Is- rael's parliament voted Wednesday to preserve mar riage Israeli style. The Knesset voted 20-3 against a new bill calling for civil marriage and divorce. Under Israeli law, Jews, Moslems or Christians can marry or divorce only in reli services, and a Jew can not marry a gentile. Civil marriages performec abroad are recognized, ant some Israelis who want a non religious wedding sometime leave the country to get one, or to marry outside their own re- ligion. Religious Affairs Minister Zerah Warhaftig denounced i as "an ignorant mockery o Jewish values." MR. AND MRS. MICHEL MURIUO Photo A. E. Cross Ltd, Murido-Edgar Double ring Vows were hanged between Daphne Joy, j laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jdgar. of Fort Maclood, and Michel Murillo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Murillo, of Leth- bridge. Rev. Father Marion perform- ed the ceremony in St. Basil's Roman Catholic Church, with Urs. McCallum as organist and Miss Jackie Ridley as soloist. The bride's attendants were Miss Sherry Kennedy, Fort Vlaclecd, Miss Marilyn Murillo, sister of the groom, and Miss Dorccn Pfizenmaicr, Warner. Miss Shauna Murillo, cousin of the groom, attended the guest book. Best man was Mr. Doug Ber- bers, with groomsmen Mr. liugene Englehart and Mr. Ken Deak, all of Lethbridge. Ushers were Mr. John Ed- gar, Edmonton, brother of the bride, Mr. Ficl Murillo, of Leth- bridge. A reception was held at ths Scandinavian Hall. The couple will reside In Lethbridge. Astne Berman SPECIALIZING IN SEWING FOR LARGER SIZES Phone 327-9462 "As your lawyer, Mr. Parker, I feel that your will would sound somewhat more serious if wa crossed out the part- that goes, 'the grieving widow gets the whole bundlel" LEAP YEAR BONUS DAYS ARE ON DURING THE IAST TWO DAYS OF OUR FALL and WINTER CLEARANCE SALE RACK OF MERCHANDISE Values to LEAP YEAR BONUS DAYS.......... J.-yfr1' PRIMROSE SHOP LTD. 313 6lh ST. S. 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