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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta July 19. 1971 THI UTHMIDOI HERALD 17 highest ranking woman Joins navy to see the world] ng officers nK training school in her Downsview office, London was to Clinton, 30 miles ed with mementoes of her Wj- away. But Maj. Vallance now has several Canadian assignments and two European postings be- mm I Besides Clinton and London, hind her and has moved up to to worked Rggina, Win- jnnel officer of Canadian Ottawa and Camp Bor- V dny wTks the strings of her live marionette, Dar- u A rson Lake sponsored by the Community Sum- lene Dyck during the day camp at to (he varioUs mer Program. The girls are part of a drama troupe _._ nr aener ground programs and entertains the campers with gener- 'Messenger craft classes The second in what is hoped to be a scries of continuing crafts workshops is to be held tonight at 8 p.m. iri the Messen- ger offices in Central Se.iool. The first of fte workshops Tuesday, dealt with potato printing on paper, and saw at- tendance fiom all age groups _ from eight years-of-age, to mothers. Tonight, Bob Hunt, who is supervising the workshops vnl deal with tie-dye and batik. All interested persons of all age groups are asked to meet at 8 tnd bring with them some orm of cotton material suitable for dying. Tuesday, Messenger is plan- nbg a primitive pottery outing fo? children. The class, which will be held in Indian Battle Expert midwives needed as high qualified nurses Her new job will be to ad- vise the forces' personnel chief on policies for the women in the Canadian Forces. i Maj. Vallance; reminisced Her first posting after attend- about her 17 years in uniform in frainine school in hnr Dnwnsview office, decorat- TORONTO (CP) Mary Val- ance left a teaching job in Lon- don, Ont., in 1954 to join the smrl "see OIL ui the air force and world.' eu W1LI1 vels and bright curtains which are definteily not service jssue. BORED WITH JOBS ?orees Base Toronto in Downs- In'August she attains the highest rank ever reached by a TIWI.X.VW -.-o nn Ottawa and Caitip Bor- She spent "thre e lovely years" in Zweibrucken, y before spending two m Quebec m the early highest rank ever reached by a s m Quebec m the early Canadian woman m peacetime Jimi returned to Germany -that of lieutenant-colonel-and 196? {or 18 months. moves to Ottawa. She will share wanted to go in during w that distinction with two other war j0 jom my two brothers women now active. Who were in the air force, but movement has accomplished "some good things, they've also done a lot of harm by offending men." "I can't really say though, be- cause I've lost track of civilian she adds. "Women's lib, just isn't necessary for us in the service." She says she won't want to leave the service when she reaches compulsory retirement age in 1975. "I'll certainly miss the asso- ciation with the service, and all the friends I've made. "No matter what happens to you there's always someone who will look after you." When her service career ends, he would like to attend univer- ity for one year to study hu- manities, then perhaps get a Ann Landers 1JU wcic was too young to join, she One of her brothers, says. One of her brothers, Need Ombudsman George, was killed in action in TTumTV. Europe. She became bored with her necame mivu TORONTO (CP) Ontario post-war jobs in London, first as needs an education ombuds- a secretary, later as a busi- man to who m parents could ness-school teacher, and header, take complaints about their for Vancouver where she signed win ue ui Park (weather is free, and will start off at the Messenger office. Interested persons are asked to meet at the office at 1 p.m., and transportation will be pro- vided to and from the park. Oh What A Lovely War, a 1969 satire on World War I, starring Vanessa Redgrave, Michael Cainc, and Alex GUI micnaei ness, will be presented Friday at 8 p.m. in the Messenger ol- 'Tfilm which the Messenger staff considers has nothing which will offerd any age group, is for the entire family, Oh What A Lovely War will be shown free of charge, but dona- tions to Messenger will he ac- cepted. _______ OTTAWA (CP) Hypo criti- cal attitudes and biased opin- teis hinder the useful develop- ment of midwifery in Canada, suggests a nurse and univer- sity lecturer in advanced prac- tical obstetrics. Pat Hayes, a lecturer at the University of Alberta School of Nursing in Edmonton, says in ar1Tarticle in The Canadian Nurse that there is a place in Canadian health systems for midwives, not as poorly-quali- fied substitute doctors but as highly-qualified nurses. But too many people picture the midwife as an ffl-preparw technician who is a potential hazard. Although it is said that there now are no midwives in Can ada a nurse usually is required to have experience in midwifery to practise in the North. "Are we being Mis Hayes asks. "We do not employ midwive such, but our northern ou post hospitals and many obstet ical units are staffed with mid wives who obtained their educa- tion in Great Britain, Australia stance from native peoples in sing their services. Miss Hayes ar'gues that the midwife would give care to the on-risk obstetrical patient and, working closelv with the general ractitioner, perform normal eliveries, allowing children's education, says a provincial women's group rep- resenting persons. The Provincial Council of Women in Ontario says in a brief to the royal commission on book publishing that an education ombudsman would be of real service to new Canadians and to families with low incomes who believe such an officer she arrived at Clinton an a young pilot officer she found the base had not been in formed she was a woman, wit] the result she was quartered with the male officers. During her career she ha never been treated as an up- start woman or a token femal in a man's world, she says. Commenting on the new fair hearing to men's liberation movemen ob in personnel management. Bright eyes Had a hard night last night? Don't let those puffy bags under your eyes be a dead give-away. Before going to bed apply cot- ton pads soaked with heated olive oil beneath the eyes and fasten with adhesive tape. By morning no one will know you didn't get your beauty sleep. Dear Ann Landers: I saw myself in your column the other day the homely child whose mother was so ashamed she covered the little girl's face with a heavy veiling when she took her out in the baby carriage. iZe your message got thnmgh to that n.ote because nobody got through to mine. I grew up was the ugliest person in the world. I didn't make friends because I kept my shoulders hunched so no one would have to look 'Sne "day a kind teacher asked me to stay after school. I swear I thought she was going to tell me I was too ugly to be in her and I was being transferred. Instead she told me I had very pretty hair and nice eyes and I shculdn t worry about my nose and chin that my face would de- velop nicely in time and I might even be showed me magazine pictures of models who had weak prominent iu-ses and explained that irregular feat- my life. After our visit I stood a little slighter and started to believe tha one day might be considered attractive. I began to open up to others and accept friendship something I couldn't do Wow. Way I am happily married and we have two beautiful children. Please print this letter for other Ugly Ducklings and tow mothers It might help someone somewhere. -Made It _ uear MI- Here's your letter and a big bouquet of fasten" with' adhesive tape. By I mMis to that wonderful teacher. I hope she sees it. morning no one win LaIiisTS: our brother is 25 years of age, a didn't get your full a bum. He has.beenootri work for two years and is not looking very hard. He toes with Mora who has bought him a car, pays for his gives him spending money, irons tas (Uie laundnes aren't careful enough) and cracks to softboiled eggs m fte morning. (If she get, a few shells in them he yells he. NOTHING'S FREE Don't fall for gimmicks, free gifts or an easy way to make money at home, a bargain home in the sun, a "get-rich-quick scheme or payment for refer- STRETCH STITCHES or New Zealand. "We say we have no mid- wives in Canada because we have no midwifery schools. But if we call them programs in ad- vanced practical obstetrics or outpost nursing, they are ac- ceptable. "How hypocritical can we Until midwives are accepted in all areas of the country, there would be increasing re- calendar o we get her to see the light? Fed Fed Fed Dear Triple Fed: Your mother Doesn't want to see tte lieht She enjoys being a patsy for your brother. In fact, she up for it. The sad thing is that her indulgence wtet he is today he will pay the pnee. Dear Ann Landers: Our nine-year-old son and his six- year old cousin play nicely together. Last Sunday I went to the bedroom to call them for supper and I found them rait undressed, "playing doctor." I was so upset I nearly faulted. Our son has always been a good child and I had no idea he was interested in sex. I don't know how far they went but fam worried. My husband and I are respectable people and we don't know where the boy got off the track. Is this child disturbed? Should we seek help for him? Louisville Dear Louie: All normal children arc inquisitive. It is na ural for them to explore. This doesn't man they are dis- turbed or bad. Youngsters should not be left unsupervised, for long per- iods of ttae under any circumstances. Moreover the children should be taught that their bodies are "private" and clothes must be kept on. If the clothes come off occasionally, Mom should not become unglued and make them feel they've done a terrible thing. __ __ __ SWISS MADE GET FACTS rlfT ISyeortagoElNA FAU: created Stretch Stltehei. Now competitor! ore getting excited Our T At It o I d) SUPEBMATIC con do more thon our to petltori' 1971 modeli. tun. sup rAll: MATIC ii rated th. world'i moil venatile lewlno machine. DONT BUY UNTIL YOU For free demennratlen contact SEWINO CENTRE 408 5lh Street South 3J7-8877 or S37.8M8 local ha ppening Mr. and Mrs. F. G. (Gus) Demers -.vill be honored by their daughters Jean and Laura on the occasion of their 25th wedding anniversary. Open house will be held on Saturday from 5 to 11 p.m. in their home at 2218 5 Ave. A N. Friends are invited to attend and it is re- quested there be no gifts. PROVIDE ADVICE SHERBROOKE, Que. (CP) The Sherbrooke Sanitary Healt Unit has 15 staff nurses to tou this Eastern Townships regio providing advice for new motl ere and administering shots fo small children and adults pre paring to travel overseas. Vac cinations are free, financed b the health and welfare depar ment. House calls are include for children suffering sever reactions from earlier shots. NEW DIRECTOR TORONTO (CP) Gwyn Griffith is the new executive director of the Toronto Young Women's Christian Association. She said she believes hi "people development" and plans "to test a lot of theories" related to this idea. PRESENTATIONS FROM PARIS These creations were shown this week in the winter collections of two famous ParUian cour.urers. Left, a white silk jersey wedding gown from Balmain embroidered with gold at collar and waist, same embroideries go around matching bonnet Centre is Balmain's evening sheath in green and gold muslin with batwing sleeve.. Right Is vest and dress en- ble from Andre Courreges. White woollen has buttons in back. Red vinyl vest has white cotten tleeves and ensemble is worn with white knitted socks, white skin boots and red vinyl jockey cap. CARPET and LINO (Complete InstallotionsD Fret Eitimateil No Obligation! PHONE 327-8571 CAPITOL FURNITURE "The Carpet House ol the soulh BINGO Scandinavian Hall 2J9 12th SI. "C" N. Fri., July 30th Slarli at p.m. Doert Open p.m. 5 Cards for 1.00 4th, 8th and 12th Gvnei in 7 Numbers WORTH in 52 Hot. Sorry No One Under 16 Yean of Age Allowed Sponiored by the Vata lodge THE BETTER HALF nrmnniiiiiiiiiiiiimuiiiiiiiiiimii "If you'll take a good look at our marriage certificate, you'd see some small print at the bottom of the page that insures me of uninterrupted lying on the couch or cot of my choice." BURIED ALIVE SINGAPORE (Renter) A J7-year-old woman who went to a local garbage dump to collect empty tins was buried alive under 15 feet of garbage being dumped by a bulldozer, a coro- ner's court was told. PUBLIC BINGO JACKPOT 16 GAMES LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS-8 p.m. JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday Evening, July 29th STARTS P.M. SHARP-PARISH HALL CORNER 12th STREET B AND 7th AVENUE NORTH Jackpot Starts at and is Won Every Thursday 5th-7 No. Jackpot Pot o' Gold PER CARD OR 5 FOR Sl.OO ALSO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZE Persons under 16 years not allowed Spon.or.d by Ladies' Aid of SI. Pelor ond St. Paul's taste. Prince Igor is vodka. Pure vodka. Without a flicker of taste or color or scent. A prince of a vodka. Have the Prince over tonight. ;