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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Frldoy, 1977 TM{ IETKP.RIOCE HHALtt 17 "r jvma Executive named to local council The Southern Alberta Council for Exceptional Children recent- ly elected a slate o! officers for the coming lerm. Mrs. Evelyn Johnson, special educalion teacher at Lethbridge Collegiate Institute, was named as president, with Mrs. Anne as president elect. Other members of the execu- tive are Mr. Brian Cook, secre- tary-treasurer; Mrs. L. Evans, membership; Mrs. B. Skeith, legislative committee and Mis M. Caiman, publicity. At the closing meeting, Dr Guy Doll, co-ordinator of Spe- cial Education, Calgary Separ Obsolete surgery MONTREAL (CP) Majo surgery lo remove cancer-dis eased organs and surroundini tissue is obsolete, Dr. Georg Crile, a Cleveland, Olu'o, sur geon, said on a visit to Mon real. If the disease has sprca so far. il basically is incurable "What is the use of a huge ope at ion when other trcatmei produces the same, and in som cases, longer life expcclancy? Radiology, drugs, and otlu techniques work better, he sai School Dislricl, was guesl >eaker. Dr. Doll will leclure at the niversity of Lethbridge dur g the summer. Ann Landers Syndrome invented psychiatrists Subordinate role of women a myth EVELYN JOHNSON president Persons interested in excep- tional children are invited to join the association. Associate memberships are also available for students and wives or hus- bands of members. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes inds, "Which sounds the best? I weigh 200 pou weigh ounces, or I weigh one-tenth of a LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Campus Corner DEAR ANN LANDERS: May I say a word lo the grand- mother who said she was tired of telephone calls from her grandchildren lhat vvenl like this: "Just a minute, Grammy, Ihe dog wants lo lalk lo you." Then Hie dog would bark and the kids would giggle and Grammy was letl hanging. Finally1 she concluded that the kids had left Ihe phone and gone lo play somewhere else. I'm a Grammy, too, and 1 laughed when I read lhat particular column'because I've had similar telephone calls. I've lalkcd to dolls, listened to uaLs meow, and kissed skinned knees through Ihe receiver lo make them well. I'te stood pa- tiently while Ihe kids dragged the fish lank lo Ihe plione so I could hear it gurgle. I've lurnecl off Hie stew and listened lo essays, original poems and piano recilal numbers. 1 love it when my daughter calls me and I bear one of the children shoul, "If it's Grammy let me What a compliment to know that they delight in sharing their world with me! I wouldn't take a million dollars for those crazy phone Are For Listening DEAR GRAM: Thank you for a real heart-warmer. I ve never been asked to listen to a fish tank, but I can tell you from personal knowledge just what a hamster sounds like on the phone! DEAR ANN LANDERS: 1 just read the letter from the woman who signed herself "Chump." It seems her husbam is happiest when they are entertaining bul she was fed up with wining and dining people who never asked them back You told her if her husband wants her to entertain that, reason enough to do it. You blithely ignored her complain lhat when she asks him to lake her out to dinner o to Ihe thealer and he finds out no one has been mviled li join them, he says, "Skip il." Tell me please, why a wife should play Perle Mesla li an ingrate like that? Perle at least has a staff of servant lo do the work. Or she can hire a catering service. And 11 bet Perle doesn't have to borrow bridge chairs and silver ware from next door, and then clean up the mess the nex morning. Your answer wasn't very sensible. I say if a husband i that inconsiderate, let him slew in his own juice. -Nobody s Fool _ DEAIl NO: Let him stew in own juice, eh. Then what will you have besides a stewed husband? Sorry, I m nol about 'lo lell a woman who is making an extra effort to please her husband lo stop doing it. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Somelimes your advice is so dumb I can't believe il. I am only 15 and I know better than you about some things. For example: You told a teen- ager lo gel her ears pierced by a doctor and not by a girlfriend because "some people are allergic to certain metals and the ears could become infected." So-if you are allergic to certain metals, your ears will become infected even if a doc- does the piercing. I know because a doctor pierced my ears and I got a terrific infeclion. Two of my girlfriends pierced their own ears and they had no trouble at all. Get Cntic In Oakland DEAR CRITIC: Eight you are. A doctor can't prevent an infection caused by an allergy but how lucky for you that a doctor did the piercing. When your ears became infected you probably went to him immediately. Had your girlfriend done the piercing you might have delayed, thinking it was "normal" and would clear up by itself. I repeat. Ear piercing should be a medical procedure, not a do-it-yourself, project. MONTREAL (CP) Psychia- islst perpetuate tlie "myth" of omen's subordinate role in so- cly and need to change their allitudes Dr. F. M. Richards, a Vancouver doctor and clinical psychiatrist, said today. Psychiatrists have got to stop NAVY CO-EDS Petly Officer Carol Dickson, right, explains use of four-inch naval guns lo Able-Wrenelte Margaret Bennet-Brown. For the lost four years, more than 300 girls have been training in four Montreal-area Wrenette corps of the Sea Cadets with what the Navy League of Canada calls great success. The Wrenetles participate in all of the boy's programs including drill in- struction, first aid and communications. venting syndromes, such as e housewife's syndrome or the ngry woman syndrome, and art seeing women patients as dividual, she told delegates Lhe annual mceling of Ihe anadian Psychialric Associa- on. "A psychology of woman! ecds lo he developed in a sci- ntific atmosphere rather than ased on the bias of a pa- larchial society dedicated to laintaining the status he said. Women's liberation move- ments have serious implications or psychiatrists. Most clinici- ans reflect (he rigid and lios- ile allitudes of society rather han seeing the women as an individual and a person. "Instead of psychiatrists speaking out against women's was done in one Cana- dian is time psy- chiatrists recognize thai the so- called escape from womanood might be an escape from non- status personhood." ATTITUDKS MUST CHANGE She said one clinical report showed one analyst describing a patient as improving when she could be "just a woman." Such attitudes must change. Women are seeking not only equal work status with men out- side the home but also shared work in the child-rearing func- tions. "How is this going In affect i the child-rearing theories." she 1 asked. Psychiatry also should be looking into the implications of the working mother and this ef- fect on Ihe family structure. "Is the nuclear family Pyscliialrists should stop In- venting syndromes and start ex- amining their patienl's depres- sion, boredom, anxiety and lack of fulfillment. It's a loss of identity as a person, she said. love- is... when be prefers you to bis car By L1BBY COIINOCK L.C.I. Desertion: Empty classroom and silent halls; trash cans overflowing with abandoned notes; uninhabited lockers. Well, It's about time you got here, Summer! We've miss- ed you ever since September. You seem to be the only thing able to free us from days, weeks, and months of silting in cushionless desks. It was only the liberate! stu- dents in grade ten or eleven, however, who could really en- joy the Tri-school Dance held last Tuesday. Grade twelve stu- dents are still winding up Iheii heads for the Departmenta Exams, June 12 to 19. Maybe they're afraid to let us loose 01 Ihe unsuspeeling This mighl well he Ihe case though, after Ihis year. LCI' students have shown a rtecreas ing tendency, over the past years, lo accept the Iradiliona values set for lliem. Under fir has heen the educational syste as they know it, and high schoo is a learning experience for ving. Learning lo criticize, how-i .ver, is only elemental. Nest .re've got to learn how to think aut the we still lave the energy of youth lo ap- ily them. And it will take a ot of energy lo improve this ilanet. A teller which recently ar- a I LCI informed us of the acceptance of the student lody's application for a foster child. Our child is called Do- mingo, living in the Philippines. IT i s support is now officially an annual project for the stu- dents of LCI, initiated by the year's Grads. The school y e a r's culmina- tion came with our yearbooks, I think. All Ihe nostalgia of lime and friends past it real- ly hits you hard at this time o: yeur. And. as the sun warms us, we relent a hit to say "Well, my teachers weren't so bad, I guess." Do you suppose Lhe teachers ever get warm enough to say Iliat about VALUE VILLAGE GARDEN HUT BEDDING OUT PLANTS TO CLEAR 31.00 boskets ROSE BUSHES YOUR CHOICE WINDMILL BULBS Aitible, Begonias, Bleeding Knarts Price CHARCOAL KINGSFORD io-ib 1.Q5 2o-ib 1 .99 iienaa L oca. I happening The IOOF picnic will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, and all Re- bekahs and Theta Bho girls are invited to atlend. The regular monlhly meeting of Vasa Lodge No. 579 will be held on Sunday at p.m. A potluck supper will be held fol- lowing the meeting to celebrate Father's Day. Women are ask- ed to bring a main course dish, as the lunch committee will supply dessert. Hostesses are Lorraine Larter, Florence Seager, Marj McLean, Myrtle Dobson, Ivy Norlin and Nellie Johnson. PUBLIC BINGO !6 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM lUpstoiri) EVERY THURS-8 p.m. SELF PORTRAIT EYES by ELIZABETH ARDEN Mirror mirror on the wall, lioi the loveliest eyes of all? You do! When your eyes are beautifully ex- pressed by exciting new eye colours, frosls, genlle shadows and liners by Elizabeth Arden. Who else! "Self Portrait" eyes "collection weep -on fo (The views voiced in the above column do not necessarily concur with either Iliosc of The Herald or Lcisler's, but are reflection of the slunilent's opinion.) COMING EVENTS THE (WINNING SOUND FROM MEBICINE HAT PRESENTS THE1 FOIK MUSICAL "LIFE" SUNDAY, JUNE II, 3 P.M., YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE COMMANDER CODY AND HIS LOST PLANET AIRMEN SUNDAY, JUNE 11, 8 P.M. LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION PAVILION THE WESLEY BELL RINGERS FROM SAIT LAKE CITY ST. ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH TUESDAY, JUNE 20 P.M. ANNE CAMPBELL SINGERS TUESDAY, JUNE 20 P.M. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE SUPPORT LOCAL TALENT HEAR THE LATEST IP RECORD By the HUMMEL SISTERS From CHAMPION, ALBERTA LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDG., CASH BfNGO ST. BASIL'S KAlL-Cor. 13ih St. and 6lh Ave. N. FRIDAY, JUNE 9th 8 O'CLOCK 4th and 8th Games In 7 NUM8ERS-T2lh Game 5 CARDS FOR ST.OO OR 25e EACH BLACKOUT JACKPOT 56 NUMBERS LUCKY NAME DRAW WORTH LUCKY DRAW WORTH Persons Under lo Nol Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASH'S MEN'S CLUB THE three ni opplirotor. 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