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Lethbridge Herald {Newspaper} - 1974-01-15,Lethbridge, Alberta Turned down becaute of reêponêibilityWomen bankers shy away from management positions OTTAWA (CP) — Women bank«» outnumber men more than two-to-one in this coun^, but those advancing to the manager’s chair have üe^n few Lately, however, Uielr number has been growing—to 80 in 1973 from .only 29 five years ago—and three of them are in Ottawa. They are Shirley Graham, at the Imperial Banic of Commerce in suburban Kanata, Jean Elliot in the Bank of Montreal branch at Bank and Cecil streets and Gladys Marcellus at the Bank of Nova Scotia’s Bronson and Molmwood branch. Although 80 of 6,S00 branch managers in Canadian banks still is a smatl proportion]! bank policies towards recruitment and adVMcement of women into manaiement potitkxu in banking are changing. In 1900 there was only one woman in tbe banking system. By 1961, S6 per cent of bank staffs were women. This year women make up 70 ptr cent. The small number of w«nan bank managen is not totally a reflection of bank policy, it it laid. Blaine Austen, Eastern Ontario training officer for the Bank of Nova Scotia said N per cent of women in banks do not aspire to managerial levels. The two per cent that do arc advancing. WOMEN RELUCTANT Miss Elliot and Miss Marcellus agree that women often do not want to t^e on the responsibilities of bank managonoit. Miss Mareellus said: “They are quite hawy being ledgerkeepen. I had a girl oHem » managerial position and she turned it down because of tbe rMtponaibility.” “A lot of blame for not advancing lies on tbe sboulders of th« women themselves,” Miss Graham said. “Tlie glrb whine about their positions but do nothing about U.” Martin J. Bra<fy, district manager for tbe Bank of Montreal, said women are not willing to move to another city to gain advancement. “Women get attached to one locaUon and become comfortable in what they are doing. They become locked In position and tben wonder why they aren’t advanciqg.” MUST BE MOBILE Miss Graham agreed tbat mbbllily is lmpo^ tant: “In a brandi this size it Is very difficult for a girl to get ahead.” Tbere Is a staff of four at her branch. Tbe Bank of Nova Scotia stnans advancement of w(]«n«i already in the bank ratber than, direct recruitment of outside women into managerial training programs. Tlu» Bank of Montreal combiiies tbe two tediniques to fill management positions. All three women managers In this area came up through the ranks. Miss Marcellus started In a clerical position In IMS, became tt» firtt woman accountant in Canadian baafclng In IfM and a branch manager In IKl. Miss Graham be|^ as a proof teller in im and became a brandi manafer la 1171. Miss Elliot hat worked for three banks and travelled all over Canada In ber IS y*an In tbe business. The three uy they feri no dtacrlmlnatlon against them because of their sex. “Gradually men are accepttnc that «i are her« to stay”. Miss EUlot said. “I thli* It is only tbe insecure men who think that women are * threat to their position. The successful man are welcoming us to the top.” r-Tiic Herald- Family Space equipment used to analyse blood samples VANCOUVER (CP) -Computer equipment developed for United States space research has been adapted t6 help treatment of patients at Vancouver General Hospital.    - Dr. Donald Campbell, head of the hospital’s division of clinical biochemistry and associate pathology professor at University of British Columbia, is using two computers, valued at $120,000, to analyse blood samples. “In just tbree minutes I can have a reading about a patient who has been admitt^ in a coma—information that used to take several hours,” Dr. Campbell explained in an interview. The equipment was first developed for use in the Skylab space capsule by Dr. Norman Anderson, a physicist de- Night class turnout good More than 500 people registered during the first week of registration for evening programs at the Lethbridge Community College. Doug Scotney, assistant director of continuing education, says many courses are already filled, and in some cases there are waiting lists but consideration is being given to adding extra sections. Mr. Scotney said the first two courses to reach maximum enrolment were upholstery and meat cutting and packaging. ' It Is expected that 1,500 residents of Lethbridge and district will take advantage of the evening program. TDinr BINQO ie GAMES $500 BLACKOUT (Plarwi unlll Won) LETHBRIDGE ELKS lodge room <upu*lr*) EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. scribed by Dr. Campbell as a probable candidate for a Nobel prize. In the Oak Ridges Natimial Laboratory in Tennessee, Dr. Anderson developed the Gem-saec Analyser System to monitor blood changes in astronauts during weightlessness. The unit can quickly analyse blood sugar and alcohol levels. Spinal fluid samples can also be fed into the machine for analysis and diagnosis. NEEDS SMALLER SAMPLE “Other^pieces of automatic equipment in tbe past have b^n capable of doing similar analysis over a longer period of time but required larger' amounts of cerebral spinal fluid,” said Dr. Campbell. “It is difficult at times to extract much of this fluid from a baby and doctors are extremely reluctant to do a second spinal tap because of the risk of infection and pain. “With this unit we can take just several drops and find out what is happening to the baby. More im(»rtant, we find out 'ast and the doctor can start appropriate treatment much more rapidly.” . Another unit, about tbe size of a food freezer and valued at $70,000, can analyse blood samples for sugar and alcohol, detect overdoses of painkillers, run tests needed on kidney transplant operations, analyse urine and perform several other tests. _ AID IN EMERGENCIES If an unconscious accident victim is admitted into the emergency ward overnight, when most laboratory facilities are unavailable, this computer can provide vital information about the patient within 10 minutes. It is so simple to operate “a layman could be taught to work It in about 20 minutes,” said Dr, Campbell. The various reagents necessary to conduct the tests are contained in tiny bubbles in a plastic pack. . The patient’s blood or urine sample is fed into the computer attached to a code de* termining the testa required. One or more packs with the necessary reagente are also fed into the unit. A fine needle pierces the bubbles, mixing tbe reagent with the patient sample. Light passing through the chemical mixtures, different In color and density, is then interpreted by the computer, which provides it print-out giving the amounts of matter in the sample. NEW — BINQO — NEW IlOVAL order of moose -1234 ■ 3rd Av>. N. WEDNESDAY at 8 |i.ni. — 24 eAMES Rifluiir J«ekpol — Numb«r ind Ct*h Incr« WMkly ThI* wwK J*cl(pal 1160 In SI NumbMV 10th Oim* IM - 7 Niimbar 0«mw S Card* lOf *1 - SI e*fd ptyi    - Door Prit* No One Under )6 Vears AUcv/ed to PHy LEGION BINGO E«ERV«EmtllAVll)p.>. $500 JACKPOT BLACKOUT IN M NUMBUB Oft LBB« <iii»nn»imi «»* iwiiiiwi ptrt «> bW wh) 1*1 aAHi m JACKMT - «Ih OAMW m (X) «AMI ssee JACKMt m ii nummrs mt au« aeaviet hmm Ansa aiHOo MBMOftlAL HALL - PUBLIC MimMHS «m> ouure - nohmamov lounm CHnDfm uNoiit IS not auowid SpowrK kjr MHH A«»Hrj •• CMMtn U|Mn Ann Landers The Approximately 50 persons attended an organizational meeting held Sunday for the purpose of forming an Irish society for Lethbridge and district. The objectives of the socie- Calendar Irish society promotes cultural social events ty were listed as a promotion of things Irish, including concerts, dramatics, art, dancing, culture, sports, books, social events and outings. Executive officers were elected, with Patrick Monaghan named president, Louis Burke, vice-president; David Lynagh, secretary, and Michael Cormican as treasurer.    / Named to a committee of five for the purpose of assisting and organizaing programs, were Bernadette Forrester, George Allen, Peggy Kirby, Elver Monaghan and Bill Mills. It was decided to adopt the name Irish Canadian Society of Lethbridge and District, with application to be made under the Societies Act and by-laws to be drawn up. Membership will not be confined to those of Irish descent, but is open to all who are interested in the Irish. The first event to be sponsored by the Irish society will he a St. Patrick’s Day concert to be held at the Yates Memorial Centre. Father proud As a proud Prime Minister Trudeau and Mrs. Trudeau look on, Alexandre Ennanuel (Sacha), the prime minister’s second son, is christened at St Stephen’s Church in Old Chelsea, Que., this viieek. The prime minister’s brother, Charles, stands .as godfather, while his wiife holds the baby, standing in for Margaret Trudeau'S sister Betsy Ruth Sinclair. Rebekahs install officers Dear Aaa Laadera: letter from the father is dytof of cancer hai been oo my ever itnn I read it. .I i^’t be able to •teep until I write this. li^ father died unenected-ly two montiu ago. If I had known be had so few years left I would have behaved differently. I know now tbat the reason we had fights was because he didn’t want me (o be a tramp, or look cheap, or hang out with a rough crowd. He wanted the best tor me. When he was strict and Insisted «1 knovring where I was and with whom, at all times, it was because he cared about me. Every girl dreams of walk-big down the weddlM aisle wuh her dad. My d«d didn’t make it. But I have wonderful memories — even down to the ^iltope eveiy girl who is hav-big trouble wiu her dad will teta this carefuUy and ask herself is he RE^Y being mean and unfair? Or does he love her so much that he can’t sit by and let her louse herself up. — My Father’s Daafhter Dear Daighter; You touched a great many hearts today. Thanks, dear. Dear Asa Landert: I read of a drug that suppresses sexual desires. I need to know if it is safe because if I could cut my sexual appetite about one-third I’d be Just about even with my wife, and I wouldn’t be looi^ around for extra condition of your general health (both physical and «notional) and «bat othw (bugs you ml|bt be taking. Moreover, your wife may be the one who needs the hdp Instead of you. The Lethbridge Guiders Gub will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesay at the Scout-Guide Hall. There will be a report from joint committee on Scout-Guide Week activities. The Lethbridge Minor Hockey Association Ladies auxiliary will meet at 8 p.m. Wednesday at the Adams Ice Centre. New members welcome. The Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens Organization, affiliated with the national and provincial pensioners will meet Wednesday, Jan. 30 instead of Jan. 16 for this week only. The meeting will take place at 7:30 p.m. in the Civic centre. Transportation, entertainment and lunch will be arranged. Wednesday evening prayer and testimony meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m. in the Christian Science church. Everyone welcome. , The Ladies Aid to St. Peter and St. Paul's Greek Catholic Church will hold Its regular meeting tonight at 8 in the parish hall. Hostesses will be Mrs. Peter George and Mrs. Albert Gill. Roll call will be a tin of fruit. The Alberta Convention of Social Credit Women’s Auxiliary will be held Thursday in the Calgaiy Inn. Registration will be held from 9 to 10 a.m. Sessions from 10 a.m. to noon. The Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens Ladies Auxiliary will meet at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 23, at tbe Majorette Cafe, 612 3rd Ave. S. Dinner of members choice. All are reminded to ciHitact the secretary at 337-3364 no later L*tan Jan. 21. Members are asked to note that no meeting will be held Jan. It. Hutband $ale TRURO, England (CP) -A Cornish chvrdi noticeboard bore this cryptic an-noancemaat: '‘Mothers* Union. Salt of anwaated Items. Bring Your Husbands." THE BETTER HALF Dominion Rebekah Lodge No. 41, lOOF, recently install' ed new officers for 1974. Edna Determan was installed as noble grand with officers Jean McNab, JPNG, vice-grand; Joan Pisko, recreation-secretary; Vic* toria Crofts, financial-secretary; Mary Oswald, treasurer; Mary Hamilton, jFaf i» frumpy LONDON fCP)-Fat women are nobody’s favorites, reports a team of psychologists from London Unlversi^. They conducted surveys which showed fat women are considered unattractive, old and unsuccessful compared with their slim sisters. But extremely thin women rate as low as extremely fat ones. By Barnes warden; Louise Fleetwood, conductor; Mable Stockdale, chaplain; Evelyn Scott, RSNG; Kay Nalder, LSNG: Margaret Schoening, I^VG; Mertle Coaker, IG; Helen Barclay, OG; Phyllis Hamilton, musician; Chris Willis, LSS; and Dorothy Pollard, LSS. Ruth Myers, district deputy president of District No. 17 and Marjorie Snowden, deputy marshall, were the installing officers. ' Jean McNab was elected as representative to the Red Deer Rebekah Assembly to be held in March. Why Do You Sposk Poor Enilisii? A \vell-known publisher reports there are ^simple techniques in using evérÿday English, which can pay you real dividends In social and business advancement, by^ helping you to express your ideas in a more interesting and convincing manner. According to this publisher, many peo^e do not realize bow important it is to know how to use effective Engllsb. Whether in business, at social functions or even in casual conversation with strangers, there are ways you can use the English language to make a good impression each time you speak or write. To acquaint the readers of this paper with the easy-to-follow rules for developing skUI in everyday English, the publishers have printed full details of their int self-training method in i eniertainment^-    '    “How You Can I am earnestly    a    a Command of Good solu^ and the (frug mighlbe EngUsh, ” which wiU be mall^ it. (WUl power doesn’t worit.) ed free to anyone who re-Pleaae, Ann, check with your medical consultants and tèll me if there are aiv liugeroua side - effects. - Raady Andy Dear Andy: The best person to adt is your doctor. First, he knows your age, weight, the quests it. No obligation. 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