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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, July 11, NEW DIRECTOR Mrs. Dorothy Anderson, slanding, was recently elected director of the Golden Mile Drop-In Centre. She is with Mrs. Susan Devries, left, Mrs. F. Capewell, Mr. Jim MacDonald and Mrs. Leah Farrell wno are enjoying afternoon tea. The centre which was or- ganized last September, operates a weekday fellowship program for adults of all ages. It is sponsored by ihe Al- berta Preventive Social Service Branch, and meets in Southminsler Church daily, Monday through Friday from 2 10 5 p.m. Uf cLocal Jva Mr. and Mrs. P. Murdoch wi celebrate their 501h wedding an uiversary with aji open hous on Saturday, July IB from 2 t 5 p.m. at the Pemmican Clul Roam, corner of 9 St. and Ave. S. The family request n gifts. Over 60 Group will visit Heri tage Park, Calgary on Tuesday July 28. Bus will leave from Civic Sports Centre at 8 a.m sharp. Dinner at a restauran and return to Lethbridge in the evening. Those attending are re- quested to have change ready for bus. Regular FOE bingo tonight at 8 in Eagles hall. Jackpot, in 53 numbers. Everyone wel- come. The Pensioners and Sen i o r Citizens Chinook Branch, affili- ated with the Provincial and National Pensioners and Senior Citizens Organization will meet on Friday at 2 p.m. in the YMCA. (Please note change in date and Final arrange- ments for the Provincial Con- vention on Aug. 5 will be made at this meeting. The Queen will be crowned as well as other business to be discussed. All members are asked to make a effort to attend this im- portant meeting. There wUl be limited transportation for this meeting only so if transporta- tion is required, those attending m requested to please phone 327-3264 as soon as possible. E tertainment and lunch will fi low Lhe business meeting. A members and friends welcom to attend. Southern Alberta Voice of N five Women's Society will mee Thursday, July 23 at p.: in the Anglican Church paris hall at Moses Lake near Car iton. Luncheon will be servec Featured speaker is Keith I Senders, human rights office from Edmonton who will spea on discrimination along wit :ilms. Guests will be Mrs. Len Gallup, member of board fo southern branch of society Rose Yellow Feet, southern vice resident of Alberta Society an (Irs. Zella Harris, human re source officer from Edmonton All women are invited. The Pensioners and Senio Sitizens Ladies Auxiliary, affi ated with the Provincial ant National Pensioners and Senio Citizens Organization will hole a picnic at Park Lake on Wee lesday with buses leaving th> >ost Office at p.m. All nembers of the Chinook Pen sioners and friends are wel ome. Those attending are re- quested to bring their own knife ork and spoon and somethinj or the pot luck dinner. Bingo will be played before the picnic inner and for further informa- on please phone 327-3264. Al members asked to come anc >ring a friend. WANTED! REGISTERED NURSE To Fill Position Of NUR5WN-CHARGE In New 30-Bed Nuning Home For more information please wrtte 1o: MRS. ESTHER SHEETS, ADMINISTRATOR, BOX 787, CHINOOK, MONTANA 59523 Make Your Own For Fashion Fun Birthday Cake Essential Familiar Food Favored At Party MONTREAL (CP) Wlien children go to a birthday party they like to be able to recognize the food as being exactly what they eat al home every week. Mothers with long experi- ence in giving parties for the iindej-eighl group agree, how- ever, that a birthday cake, preferably chocolate, is essen- tial. 'If the food budget is lim- ited, the cake can stand alone as a treat. One mother ot three says she always bakes hor own cakes. "I've stopped buying birth- day cakes for those with rosettes on all the corners. They go stale overnight and, even fresh, taste ae if made with water instead of milk." Better pastry shops charge and up for a cake deco- rated to order. "You do that for your first child's first party, but not another mother com- mented. Some party-givers like prov- iding each child with his own cupcake, holding a single can- dle to blow out. But Jacqueline Cernat, mother of four, finds children Tamil i ank by Yves St. Laurent, criss cross hip belts i-om ribbons. Or sew them into little circles to wear high on the throat with wide- Decked blouses. Corduroys and velvets share the spotlight hi design- er collections. Whip up a midi coat in patterned jaguar vel- veteen from the Qrompton Richmond Co. Inc. Ribless corduroy is also a winner. TORONTO (CP) For years ,he hospital administration car- eer of Gordon Friesen, a native of Saskatchewan, seemed like complete proof that "a prophet is not without honor, save in his own country." Mr. Friesen, 61 and now a resident of Washington, B.C., has finally seen his ideas for hospital efficiency utilized and applauded. Once he was called "a crackpot and a quack." His main idea for efficiency has always been that a hospital should be centred around the patient's needs rather than hav- ing the patient fit into the hospi- tal's routine. Mr. Friesen has developed a food monorail system that has brought this idea into practice. "Why do we wake a patient at 6 a.m. to give him his break- he asks. The monorail brings the food to the patient when he wants it. This results in hospital expenses being cut because the food is prepared and frozen in the building instead of being brought in from outside. Its added advantage is thai the pa- tient gets a hot meal. IDEAS CAUGHT ON The monorail is planned into Toronto's Etobicoke and Scar- borough hospitals. Mr. Friesen recalls that 20 or 30 years ago similar suggestions made him highly unpopular. While working as administra- tor of Kitchensr-Waterloo Hospi- tal, be had the hospital taking in laundry from other hospitals and making its own drugs and pills. Such he says, caused shock and consternation among his more conservative colleagues. After Kitchener, Mr. Friesen was employed by a group of dis- satisfied miners in the Appa- lachian hills of Kentucky. After setting up 10 hospitals for them, he suddenly found his ideas has caught on. He began an international consultant firm in 1954 that now sends 35 people all over the world to help set up hospitals. Mr. Friesen is a lecturer at five universities, including Col- umbia, and two medical schools. often eat the cupcake, then ask: "Where's the birthday Ice cream is .another basic, with butterscotch the current favorite flavor. Chocolate and vanilla arc widely used top. Sandwiches and hot dogs are welcomed with equal en- thusiasm. Sandwich fillings, for the most part, should be plain. Peanut butter with jelly, egg1 without onions and honey are the most popular. To add a little zest to the food tray, one mother sug- gests cutting sandwiches in fancy shapes with cookie cut- ters, or rolling them in pin- wheels. Potato chips and cheese straws rate high, as do soft drinks, especially orange. Ginger ale, while acceptable, is not first choice with swing- ing youngsters these days. Some nutrition-minded mothers advise fruit punch or chocolate milk instead of pop. To make the former appeal- ing, add soda water to make it bubble. A straw helps too. DECORATIONS SIMPLE Chocolate milk is improved if, using a blender or rotary beater, it is whipped up to re- semble a milk shake. Add a fluff of beaten egg white and sugar on the top and sprinkle with shaved chocolate. Decorations can be quick and simple. Turn a ham- burger into a turtle by adding carrot curl for a tail and slivers of pickle for head and feet. Or place a scoop of ice cream on a plate, top it with an inverted cone and add raisin eyes and cherry nose for a happy-faced clown. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes Women-Week In Alberta July 13-16 Alberta Women's Week to be held in Olds, July 13 to 16 will feature workshops, speakers and discussions. It is sponsored by the Alber- ta Department of Agriculture, Home Economics Branch. Registration is from 7 to 10 p.m., Monday with a coffee party and handicrafts display. A handicrafts workshop in either creative embroidery, for- trel dress, tie and dye or D'ecoupage will be held each morning. Featured speakers are: Glen Marsh, communications; Di- anne Douglas of Brooks, land- scape design; Cal Brandley of Lethbridge, the dollar and Ben- son's white paper on taxation; Walter Coombs, Alberta Mental Health and Ron Con, citizenship and immigration liaison officer. More information is available from Elizabeth Bartman, dis- trict home economist. "Here's one fora lirHe boy who dressed himself alone for the firsl-timel'" Deaths increase Highway deaths in England increased 8.4 per cent in 1969. CZECH FASHION This heavily beaded mini-length cocktail dress is among the styles turned out by the Ciech- oslovakia Institute of Interior and Fashion Design in Prague. However, although the institute designers are up-to-date with their styles. LIKE NEW AGAIN) CALL US FOR QUALITY RE-UPHOLSTERY CHESTERFIELDS CHAIRS STOOLS Phone 327-7711 IASTEDO FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTERY 522 5th Street South TOOTHMHE Han't iuttuitmy. Relieve pain In strands n million! do with OM-JEL. Whtn you can't let to the dentist jet SAVE ON YOUR DRY CLEANING THRIFT CLEANING 10 IBS. FOR 3.50 (Reg. 4.00) BENJAMIN'S CLEANERS TAILORS V, black north of Yalei Centre at 317 10th Street S. FHONE 327-5771 Newest thing to happen to your color snapshots! No gift regardless of price is so precious as a child's portraits. JOANNE 11 years ARIE 9 years KENNETH 1 year Children of MR. and MRS. E. GOUW LETHBRIDGE Local Delegate To Attend Lutheran Meet Mrs. Eric Lyon of Immanue jutheran Church in Lethbridge will attend the I0th biennia onvenlion of the ABC District the Lutheran Women's Mis- ionary League. It is being held .Tidy H and 5 in the Concordia College, Ed- monton. Theme of the conven- on is Wake Up Sleeper, Eplie- ans ONLY FRIDAYS JOHANNESBURG (AP) An xchange between a local radio lizmaster and a contestant: What was Ihe singer Caruso's "Robinson Ca- "And what else do you know tbout "He only ung NOW YOU ARE FINISHED SCHOOL And Deiire to Learn a Profesiion WHY NOT BECOME A HAIRDRESSER We have 3 fully qualified full limn Inttruc- tressei and we leach all phases of beauty culture, hair styling and culling, bleaching, tinting permanent waving. You'd enjoy our new remodelled and air-conditioned ichoot. A prafeisional beautician pays high- cr than the average income and opportu- nffiei are unli'milcd. 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