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Lethbridge Herald {Newspaper} - 1974-01-23,Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIOQE HERALD-W«dnMdiy. January 23,1074 fS.S..i>>íí5ís:3í.¥".' . i    ¿íV:. Iteííffnüsüss« SAVINGS... SERVICE... SELECTION K Tinned Puddings Pie Filier Pie Filier Pizzagetti Coffee Nestles 4 pack Sun Rype Apple 19 oz. ^ .. Sun Rype, 19 oz Peach, Apricot, Raisin Libbys. 14 ûz. 2i1°‘ Quaker Oats 2iW 2ir« 3i 89« Rolls Joy Ice Cream 5 Ib bag DATE AND NUT Crosse and Blackwell assorted Liquid detergent 32 oz..... Silverwoods pints Maxwell House Instant 11 oz jar .. . 2'” Pineapple Juice Western Family, 48 oz. ^09! 3ll00i 83*' 2i75*i FRESH ALBERTA LAMB Legs 0 Lamb................................. Loin Chops Lamb .............................. lb. 1 | Shoulder Chops t...................... Shoulder Roast ....................J®® Lamb Stew...................................»59* Whitefish ,.3.^.««,......................J9' '3>l Radishes & Green Onions 0 OQO California ...................................................WM bunclwa Hi Cauliflower    rqc California Snow Whit* Head*. Canada No. 1. Each.............................W Anjou Poors    A t QQ^ B.C. Canada Extra Fancy. 80’a......................................-vT S W V Cucumbors    9 s aqo Mmicnn Field Canada No. 1 ........................................Ih R Mixed Nuts    RQ« In than. Lb..................................................................W I -- .. . TVU' MEAT PIES 2 »45^ CHERRY AND BLUEBERRY CREAM TARTS 6.59* RAISIN BREAD 2 Concert pianist seelcs medical use for music TORONTO (CP) - Magdalena BamUng was sprawled on tbe noor of a University of Toronto laboratoty one day tiylng to catch an escaped rat by tbe tail wb«t she thought: “What am I doing bere anyway? What is a conc«rt pianist, 48 years old aod the mother of five, trying to prove?” Bui self-doubt gave way to lai^ter. “You catch tbe damn thbig,^^^ told her professor. “After all. I’m old enough to be your mother." Mrs. Banning went on to complete her bachelor of science degree in two years instead of tbe normal three and now she wants to enter medical school. “t have applied to McMaster University (in Hamiltffli),” she said tn an interview-“I realize there are only a limited number of places and my age will be against me but at least me can try. “Should that fail, I will tiy to work on a program where music is used as a therapy to produce a reopmse from people wiui psychological pr^lems.” One professor has an understanding of Mrs. Banning’s qualities. She gave him a Jewish prayer book 2S years after she stole it from Gestapo headquarters in Rotterdam during the German occupation of Holland. Mrs. Banning had been caught without her identificiation card and told to report to the headquarters. “The prayer book was lying with a lot of other Jewish literature sdzed by the Nazis and was waiting to be burned. I still can’t figure out what motivated me, but I grabbed the prayer book on the way out and took it home. “My parents were angry as that impulse could easily have cost me my life, I al ways felt it should eventually go back to a person of the Jewish faith, and tbe professor I gave it to was one I particularly ad- ’s career began after she honors from the Rwal . ’nte Mrs. dduated witi bool of Music at The Hague, mlnistiy of culture sponsored a series of SS concerts and these were so successful the , government signed her to do another 200 oMicerts. In 1»2 she, her husband Herman, now director ot economic analysis for Uie Ontario government, and their two children came to Canada. But Canada presented her with problems. She gained the impression that concert platforms were closed to newcomers. She took a course at the Ontario Teachers' College and became a music supervisor and supply teacher with tbe Peel County board of education. School concerts allowed her to emphasize the purpose of music to Students and that there was more depth of «notion in the classics than in most modem offerings. She also played the church organ. “It was as a churcb organist that 1 learned how much music can affect people psychologically. From that moment I wanted to know more about its use \therapeutically.” Her decision to enter university was made at a funeral. “A friend died and I went to tbe funeral home where an old woman was playing the organ. I decided there and then that I wanted nothing more to do with playing the organ. Feminists cause uneasiness UNITED NATIONS (AP) -The feminist movement has resulted in women being ti^en seriously in the United States and it is “about to explode” elsewhere in the world, militant feminist Betty Friedan said this week. “It's making some people uneasy,” Ms. Friedan told reporters attending tbe opening session of a two-week international meeting m the status of women. Ms. Friedan, whose book The Feminine Mystique was a springboard of the women’s liberation movement, said feminism has crested in the United States and in some other Western countries. But in Communist and Roman Catholic countries and in the Arab world, awakoiing of women is causing apprehensicm, she said. She said the 1975 International Women's Year being planned at the current meeting should not become "a token thing,” with inadequate funds. Helvi Sipila of Finland, an assistant secretary-general and the top woman on the UN staff, said most UN member states still have legislation which deprives wom«J of a number of rights enjoyed by men. She said about 60 per cent of more than 800 million il- THE BETTER HALF literate people in the world are women, showing a lack of access to education. Women have a lower level of vocational training, belong mostly to the lowest-income groups and hold the lowest-ranking positions both in private business and in public affairs, she said. By Barnes "Counting sheep helps put you to sleep — now try counting wolves ot our door to wake you up." GREEN’S ANNUAL JANUARY Continues • . . 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