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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 40-THE LF.THBRIOOE July Experience gives new perspective Sister of Charity on bank board TORONTO The newest member of the board of the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce does not fit the traditional image of a bank director. She is a soft-spoken woman who has combined her duties as a Sister of Charity with a commitment to the continuing education of women. Sister Catherine of Fredericton emerged from her first board meeting with whole new perspec tive on the Canadian- international financial not a finance said the grey-haired nun. I have my per- spective which is always re- acting to financial informa- tion so that it is not just fig- Nun concerned with women's question Ann Landers Dear Ann I am ready to petition God to ex- cuse me from the human or at least relieve me from ac- tive womanhood. I never thought I'd see the day when little old conservative me would become a card-carrying Women's Two weeks of being patted and pinched on the fanny has me convinced. Here is my letter of application for a new All I want is a chance to earn a living. Please hire me because I am experienced and reliable. Skip my 36-inch big brown eyes and lovely smile. Just look at my work record of 18 years. may be a shock to your but I don't want to sleep with you. I will rely on my business skills to make my Two weeks ago I lost a good job because I wasn't It makes me wonder. How about Disgusted Dear but plenty of .females have made it on ability. You'll never convince me that a woman has to sleep with her boss in order to succeed. In fact. I believe the opposite is true. The smart woman remains vertical which is the logical position if she wants to go up. Dear Ann I read with interest your response to on the sub- ject of whether is acceptable as a description of those of us who have black African ancestors. it was an error to say I preferred I prefer to since I believe was used to avoh the reality of our black heritage. I don't care what people call but I DO care about the attitude behind the word used. Either term is acceptable to 'me if the attitude of the user is one of respect rather than bigotry or condescension. For I have opted for but my friends who have walked picket lines and gone to jail in the 40s and 50s for the cause of civil rights have an equal right to respect the term Negro. Patricia Roberts Harris Dear Thank you for setting the record straight. The vast majority of people with black African ancestors preferred black. A reader from Ohio made a fascinating observation. He word 'colored' is a complete misnomer since black is the absence of Dear Ann I am and have been going with an attractive man for nearly two years. We are very much in Icve and last Christ- mas he gave me an engage- ment ring. My problem is that whenever we have an argu- ment he feels justified in go- ing to cocktail bars and pick- ing up strange women. He claims that if I would shut up and not argue with he wouldn't do these things. Am I crazy for letting him hurt me this What kind of life will I have with I need some answers. Con- fused Dear Second question Your life with him is highly predictable. Either keep your mouth shut and do exactly as he or he'll prowl the bars after every argument and pick up some tramp. First you are crazy if you let him continue to hurt you this way. Dear Ann iuu give advice to everybody. Will you please pass on the follow- ing to storekeepers this goes for supermarkets as well as high-class department stores. 1. Cut out the canned music. Only an idiot needs to have his eardrums assaulted 24 hours a day. 2. Put up signs and enforce them. Even though there are some people smoke anyway. Simply instruct your salespeople to ask customers to put out their cigarettes. It will reduce your cleaning costs and cut down on losses from burned merchandise. 3. In grocery have separate checkout lines for those who want to pay by check. The check cashers take twice as long. 4. Don't have turnstiles in- side the entrance. People with arthritis or other physical handicaps find these barriers a terrible inconvenience. Thank you. Exhausted Shopper Dear Here's your letter and every point you have made sounds reasonable to ures and figures and The officers and adminis- trators of the bank are the people with competence in fi- nance. the rest of us the bring is whatever rich- ness and whatever experience we've had in all sorts of other areas. see it as a very rich thing that happens at a board meeting. It is as if there are cross-currents all the rich tapestry of minds looking at the The Bank of Commerce has two women on its 69-member board. Dr. F. Marguerite physician-in-chief of Women's College Hospital in was appointed in 1968. Sister Catherine's own ex- perience includes a dis- tinguished career in education and involvement the women's question before it became the women's ques- From 1966 until this year when she left to become chairman of Maritime Prov- inces Higher Education Com- Sister Catherine was president of Mount Saint Vin- cent University in which for many years was the only degree-granting univer- sity specifically for women in Canada. The school now is co- educational. When she was first ap- proached about becoming a some of the things discussed at the bank's in- itiative were matters con- cerning women. thought this was very good because it wasn't a case of my pressing them for infor- mation or 'are you concerned about There is a real effort by the Bank of Commerce to en- Miracle diet plans don't work FREDERICTON Have you ever wondered why there seems to be a new diet on the market almost every It's because none of them says Nicole food and nutrition specialist with the New Brunswick department of agriculture. said Mrs. is no miracle the banana the water the rice diet you name we have it. all just short-term solutions to a long-term problem. Many of these fad diets are dangerous. They make a person deficient in one or more of the essential Almost equally as useless were reducing methods such as body wrapping and spot reducers. Mrs. Seoane spoke about dieting during a convention here of the New Brunswick Women's Institute. The long-term problem she referred to is obesity and she cites surveys by Nutrition Canada that consider 50 per cent of the population to be overweight or obese. Mrs. Seoane said obesity is a positive energy in other too many calories for what we There were many reasons for including specula- tion about hereditary influences. For if a child is overfed during his early his fat cells continue to so even if he goes on a strict diet when he finds himself an overweight it is not going to do him much she said. fat cells will just shrink and can fill up again quickly. This hasn't yet been proven by nutritionists but they're well on their way to people overeat because of loneliness kinds of Nutrition Canada had found cases of obese and non-obese people whose calorie intakes were identical each day. The reason for the varying effects was that the obese people not compensating with sufficient UNIQUE DRESSER In ancient Emperor Nero proclaimed that only he could wear the a fabric colored with extracts frnm mnrov shellfish' courage women and there are about 50 women in man- agement she said. When the bank goes to uni- versities to really see everybody who but not as many women as men come for in- terviews. Sister Catherine said that while more women are mov- ing out of secretarial courses and into management and business administration they are still not ag- gressive. think it just hasn't come naturally to them. Univer- sities and other groups have to make a greater effort in terms of this so that women who are competent for the po- sitions and ready for them and would do beautifully in them so present themselves. think business should give women every encour- agement. I think they should be taking some At the same women have to show they are really eager and she said. A Canadian citizen Sis- ter Catherine was born and raised in Massachusetts. She obtained her BA degree from Dalhousie University in Hali- fax and her master's degree and PhD from St. John's Uni- versity in New York. She taught in New Nova Scotia and British Co- lumbia before joining the English department of Mount Saint Vincent in 1959. Sister Catherine is president of the Association of Univer- sities and Colleges of Canada and serves on the executive of the Association of Com- monwealth Universities and on the Advisory Council on the Status of Women. In whe received the Medal of Service of the Order of Canada. Record-breaking nail growth Murari Mohan Aditya of Calcutta set a new world record in fingernail growing according to the Guin- ness Book of World Records. The total length of the nails on his left hand is 55.5 which breaks the previous record of 52.5 inches. who started growing his nails in displays his 11-inch thumb 10-inch forefinger 11.5-inch middle finger 12-inch ring finger nail and 11-inch little finger nail. Skid road worker aids addicts VANCOUVER Every Monday Lois Brammer waits in a dingy of- a hole in the wall under skid road's Central Hotel in downtown Vancouver. She is waiting for mostly heroin addicts or both. She is a street worker and for a patrols the streets of skid befriending par- ticularly helping them to help themselves and sharing problems and frustrations. is willing to put money into men's but there is nothing in skid road for women. There isn't even a detoxification Wendy is one of the women who drop by on Monday for coffee and conver- sation. She is seven months hustles part time and is a heroin addict. Lois is trying to get her into a home for unwed mothers. It is not easy. Lois Brammer is 24 and she has been on Vancouver's skid road for seven months. Her youth and femininity have enabled her to break but what has she really ac- have accomplished acceptance and that is impor- she says. have helped a few people get out who really wanted to get STILL KICKING AT 65 Ostriches live from 30 to 70 years. THE Sunday Crossword the New York Herald Tribune Cross Edited by Robert B. Gillespie Crossword SAY IT WITH FLOWERS By Rose Santora ACROSS 1 Platter 5 not to 9 North Caro- lina college 13 Robbed 17 Bandsman 18 City near El Paso 20 Beginner 21 Spain's longest river 22 1936 election slogan 26 Playing card 27 Spiteful 28 Have to grind 29 Vigorous 30 Perform 31 Sound of disgust 32 City in Ohio 34 Caustics 36 Coasters 38 Withered 40 Believe not 41 Consider 42 Hot spring 45 Long-run TV sitcom 50 Vegas 51 Bowl 52 Sacred image 53 Heb. letter 54 Brilliance 57 Go bad 59 corn 61 Partridge 62 Balloon over sports events 66- Miss Lupino 67 Rajah's wife 68 A stitch or a cough 69 Orb 70 Set sound to abbr. 72 Spanish king 73 Greek letters 75 Trot 77 Instrument board 81 School class 83 Speaks 84 66 Card game 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 87 Sneak thiough 123 124 94 Bandleader Shaw 95 Brag 96 Daft 97 Oblivion 98 Requirement 99 Hit's partner 100 var. 101 Tank 102 Half a Broad- way title 126 127 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 Firmament Former Come into sight Chase away Miss Bayes Two-wheeler Transparent Take sick Bounder Inventor Howe precedent Highborn Wise men Santa and Mom did in Paris Jacob's twin Choose Wyoming range Tinted Cartoonist Al Pouch Pitcher DOWN 1 Snackbar 2 Uncertain 3 Musical abbr. 4 Harbingers of Spring 5 Actor Lancaster 6 Simple 7 California fort 8 in law 9 Alcohol burners 10 Wildcat 11 Spanish gold 12 After Oct. 13 Boy nursed by wolf 14 Declines 15 Worry 16 Conservative 17 Forked 18 name 19 Fanatic 22 Postage 23 Carried on 24 Sluggish 25 32 Decorative inlays 33 Language of abbr. 34 Opened up 35 Give birth to a lamb 37 Greens 39 Attire 41 Shill 42 Strainer 43 for one 44 Pallid 46 Lecherous deity 47 Drudge 48 U.S. Grant's other given name 49 Stored away 54 Sponsorship 55 Buffalo Bill 56 Bank deal 57 Level-headed 58 Victim 59 Hebrew bushel 60 Singer Ed 61 Demure 63 With an the ground 64 Island off China coast 65 si. 71 Per 73 Farm building 74 Small island 75 Law or Doe 76 Comply 78 Touched down 79 Underclass- abbr. 80 Nylons 82 abbr. 88 33 84 Blizzards 89 85 Solzhenitsyn 90 91 87 Torso 92 Manifest Savor Downcast Trumpet 93 Allow aboard 104 The chosen 123 128 After 120 94 Andy's pal 105 Teeth 116 Established with 109 D 129 Between Mex. 99 Fur bearer 106 Slave to 117 Disgusted 124 Ship-shaped 100 Fate 107 Irritates 120 Squeezed clocks 101 Small fiddle 108 Thumb index 121 125 Leave out 103 Din 109 Fire-breather 122 Capri or Skye 126 Deal out and Can. 130 Gumshoe i 131 You 132 Actor Ay res 21 X by Anne Halloran Misjudge 1 Explosive The Adriatic 8 Had Quarter of 10 Oak Thing Spider's pad 11 Permit 13 Cry of Keats' Sp. 14 Small Slanted George 16 Lacy 17 Angers 19 Wee For pigs Highest part 22 Baked clay 25 Steeped Vocal sound 59 Ubiquitous insect 60 Most calorific 63 Looking fixedly 66 si. 67 Half of a prison 68 Night bird 69 Double half 70 Spectacles' supports 73 Dispatch 75 Muses 79 Kind of nuisance 80 Your own sometimes DOWN 1 Mystic writing 2 Guide's high note 3 Everything 4 Ignited 5 Hitler's 6 Observe 7 name 8 Santa's reindeer 9 Swatches 10 Mountain lake 1.2 Kind of splitter 13 Miss Lillie 15 Golf mound 16 Standard 18 Leading player 19 Energy 30 Distinguished 52 Worthy of a machine 31 Farm birds star 20 Time periods 35 Actress Duke 54 Flavors the 21 Cubes 22 Walk in water 23 Prayer closing 24 Amazing 25 Downpour 27 Clear profit 28 Policeman 43 Thing al hand 44 Mr. Disney 45 Be indebted 46 Humor 47 Cupid 48 Crooked 51 Poem of heroics casserole 55 Tingling taste 61 Bill's pal 62 Inventor Elias 64 Peel 65 Feminine ending 71 Floor covering 72 Pintail duck 73 of execution 74 Hose-like fish 76 Small hotel 77 Name by birth 78 Elbow site SOLUTIONS OF LAST WEEK'S PUZZLES 1974 by Chicago Tribune-N.Y. News Synd. Inc. World Rights Reserved CRYPTOGRAMS 1. OL GEYFY OIZ'G UZX DAZYX OZ XAWF DAZYX RUFFYT.QWG AF VZAQV OGI RAGGAD AWG. GEYZ WIY OG LAF UNNUFYT. -By India M. Sperry 2. H ZCOZYER-SHASK'I PENS LUSI PSMM AU LPSMM PEATER ATSEK KSRANKSS ZCOZYER ITSMM. -By Joy nei Davidson 3. YUMIUM GLOR MEUYOPIA QUART YJGLGJ .MEUYT. By Barbara J.Rugg 4. WZZB NBPSG TBZELB TBZEV TBIWLV NZB SHVGIHG NPH. -By Earl Intend Last Week's Cryptograms 1. Buster's mama says it takes many basketloads of food and drink to fill buster. 2. Many Washington bigwigs now wigwag messages to by-pass the tapes. 3. Boys' coffee breaks are often broken by tough boss's cough. 4. Smug ram won't use a trough enough ewes use. ;