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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE IETHBRIDOI HERALD Wednesday, July 5, 1972 Cut-price dental care for underprivileged VICTORIA (CP) Dr. Eu- gene Kaellis. who stresses human involvement and who is unambitious for hiRh income, has extended ;i hand to people who cannot afford usual dental service. New York-born Dr. Kaellis, with the co-operation of the Cool Aid youth group, has opened a dental practice licre whicli is designed for people on welfare, transient youth, low wage earn- ers or ethers who would nor- mally nol be able to afford such service. Dr. Kaellis, 42, has set. up office in an CO-year-old wooden church. He is not running a free clinic but tlie fees are negotiable, worked out between patient and doctor on tl'e basis of need and ability to pay. Patients in the reception lounge will see a carefully worded, band-lellcred sign: "For this service to survive there must be an income from fees. Your co-operation is essen- tial. We will attempt to adjust fees in cases of hardship. You may discuss your lee problem with us." The usual problem, is said Dr. Kaellis, Iliat many people go without proper dental care be- cause they feel outside the "straight society" of which medicine and dentistry are rep- resentative and the fees arc more than they can afford. But this is not a kooky clinic for kooky people. Dr. Kacllis says he is solidly entrenched in "straight society" and his professional background seems to confirm if. He was born and educated in New York and his credits in- clude a teaching fellowship at New York University doing re- search mainly on the thyroid gland. He will never get rich at it but he doesn't mind. He said he owns no house, owes no money, plans to sell his car and his children are becoming self-suffi- cient. Instead of usual fees he will take an annual income. Any other proceeds wili be used by Cool Aid for social develop- ment projects. MAYFAIR VOGUE LADIES' WEAR ANNUAL SUMMER COAT AND DRESS SALE COAT CLEARANCE PANT COATS and JACKETS this season's fabrics, styles and colors. 39 j.95 Sizes 8 to 20 and 38 to 44 Hot Pan! Dresses SIZZLERS Brief shorts with a cover up. Popular with ell ages. 6.95 O4.95 Some with hoi pants. There's new excitement in long skirls this season. FOR DRESS CASUAL. WEAR HOSTESS DUTIES 14.95 TO 39.95 DRESSES For the Expectant Mother Sizei S to 18 CLEARANCE PRICED 9.95 to 19.95 T GROUP OF SWEATERS Some sleeveless, cardigans and pullovers .99 14.95 Dress Length Coats In Imported wools, polyesters, lightweight synthetics and utility all weather coali REG. TO 80.00 R95 to 39-95 Sizes 8 to 10 and TS'i to clearance of summer DRESSES WONDERFULLY EASE-CARE FABRICS Including knils in summer1! sunniest styles and colors. Junior misses and half sizes. 695.14 CLEARANCE OF BLOUSES 3.99 ,o 6.95 BRASSIERES Diiconfinued Broken Siiei Playlox and Wonder Bra 3.99 6.95 9.95 14.95 ,019.95 GROUP 1 GROUP 2 THE SEASON'S FINEST 24.95 39.95 Clearance OF OUR Best Fashions Pant sets, casual sport and street wear, drossy formal styles, misses and half sizes. REG. TO 70.00 SHORTS, SLIMS, SKIRTS, SPORT TOPS, JACKETS STORE HOURS. Monday, Tuesday ond Saturday to Wednesday to Thursday and Friday 9-30 to 9-00 MAYFAIR VOGUE LADIES' WEAR 311 5th ST. S. PHONE 327-3682 SISTERS REUNIfED Ending a 44-year separation. Lea Witzke, right, hugs her sister Alicia following Lea's arrival of Vancouver International Airport after a flight from Palzik in southern Russia. Alicia hod tried for .more than 15 years io bring her sister to Canada and the reunion is credited, in part, to the direct consideration of the sister's plight by Premier Alexei Kosygin of the Soviet Union. (CP Wirephoto) Childbirth practices blamed for infant mortality rate CHICAGO (AP) A North- western University psychologist says some American childbirth practices probably contribute to the high infant mortality rate in the United States. But she says these practices are so deeply imbedded in the culture that they will be diffi- cult to change. Dr. Niles Ann Newton, speaking .Saturday at the na- tional congress on the quality of life, sponsored by the American Medical Association and other groups, said males usually are called upon to present theories about what childbearing women and their babies need and want. The viewpoint oE mothers is rarely presented. Dr. Newton in an interview said physicians should do more ;han just hand an expectant mother a diet list upon her first visit. A diet should be discussed with these women and records kept. Mothers are being made mi- serable, she said, by insistence eir weight gain be limited 'a 14 pounds or less ivlien an best for the most favorable outcome of the pregnancy. Women should be taught to exercise not only for easier childbirth, but after childbirth for more enjoyable sexual relations, she said. Today's young women do not grow up in large families where children were born at home so they are not prepared for what happens to their bodies during pregnancy, Dr. Newton said. They also have never seen a baby breast fed and do not know how to go about feeding their babies, she added. Dr. Newton said the taboo against sexual intercourse during the late stages of pregnancy and after childbirth is unneces-ary and contributes to sexual infidelity by BEAUTIQUE BEAUTY SHOP 922-5 Ave. N. Phone 328-7366 TO AIL MY FORMER CUSTOMERS CECILE MOLNAR Tt now faking HAIR APPOINTMENTS SATURDAYS ONLY ot LAKEV1EW BEAUTY SALON Pleats Phona 327-4B43 For your appointments! BINGO MOOSE HALL 1234 3rd AVENUE NORTH WEDNESDAY ai P.M. i Jackpot in 16 Numbers 12 Games in 7 Numbers 4th 61 h Doubled in 7 Numbers 5 Cards 51-00 2 FREE GAMES FREE CARDS DOOR PRIZE NO CHItDREN UNDER 16 SPONSORED BY THE tOYAL ORDER OF if a lady uuears it... chances are me have it., and it's on SALE right nouuf :6u STOktS COASi lO COAST TO StKVb ,Uo L.C.IEK 506 4th AVE. S. COLLEGE MALL 10th Avc. and Mayor Mcgralh Telephone 328.2652 Telephone 328-7011 ;