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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 14-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD-TuMday, June Local music students complete examinations The list of successful candidates in recent examinations held in Lethbndge by the Royal Conservatory of Music of Toronto has been released The names are arranged in order of merit In the ARCT piano written category, Carol Fekete and Clare Heninger received honors drade a hdrmonv jnd pass Sherrv R Pratt and Jov llcndmi and aiwlvsis first iljss honors David B hunoio I revor BJ Bennett HisnUr pass, Leanne C Kloppcnborg first class honors Clare Heninger Grade 4 theorv harmon Hitu landenou Counterpoint pass U nbara Hoople Historv first class honors Glendd L bttdtison and rgmai Watson pass Leslie G I rani is Grade 3 theorv and honors Ralph pass 1 Grant Harmom first c i iss honors Debbie Vaselenak honors Bernadette Pdhulje Susan md Marian Parkinson Bah L Millard and Debbie Schaufele tquali Teresa G Mulgrew and Birbara Jensen Histon first class honors Sharon Wilde and Susan piss C Hodge Grade 1 rudiments lirst class honors in B rhervl C Luco md Dtbbit J 'NiKson (equal) M B lines Ten Higa Carol L Htirntr Craiggs Leslie McMahen (equal) Man M Spdikman Patson Wendv J -The Herald Family (equali I-rimes J Tatebe Constance M Kroker Carolcann Lastuka (equal) Kathenne Ivison Carole 0 Hashi (equal) Sharon Smith Jacku L Tatebe (equal) Pitcher Annemane SchloUer (equal) Dianne C Dick Carla M Reid Ruth Beard Linda K Enns (equal) Honors Com De Klerk Cecilia M Malkas Laureen bmith Edith J t'nger (equal) Laura J Unrah Shauna Swanson Melanie Gough tlizabeth Lisowski (equal! pass hattn Court Brent B (equal) L Reid Loran Enekson Dwight E Siemans Grade 1 rudiments first class honors Sheila Jacobson Pearl R Loewen David Nerland (equal) Barbara L Beach Pauline Wentz G Dvck Kellv Francis Tou G Huddlestone Michele Tajiri (equal) Diane Anderson and Isabelle Maclean (equal) Shellv Konvnenbelt and Loretta Y Siebert (euqal) Lester Leavitt and Maxine F Orcutt (equal) Janet Sekiya Beckv Cooler Darlene Pontavic (euqal) Man Long Barn How Connie Francis Leanne Ron Gore Honors Paula Gallup Daphne Hodgms (equal) Sherry iMolme and HURRY! SAVE RIGHT NOW WITH SPECIAL BONUS OFFER The Sherbrooke Cabinet Elegant contem- porary design Fine hardwood construction with durable no mar laminated walnut finish Deluxe TOUCH sewing machine with decorator cabinet Here s a chance to save on one of our newest machines by getting the cabinet FREE' And this model is engineered to make sewing extra-easy, with an impressive list of features Look at all the deluxe Exclusive Singer push button bobbin winding 15 built-in stretch zig zag 'ashion stitches even speed basting Built in 2 step button- holer Soft-touch fabric feed system fabric flows smoothly The FASHION MATE' ZIG-ZAG sewing machine features: Exclusive slant needle for easier handling better visibility Self-threading take up lever no eyelet to thread' Exclusive front drop-in bobbin All-dial controls everything at the flick of a finger' Complete with carrying case Engineered wiih a host of lime ana trouble-saving lealures a lot of machine for Ihe money1 Ziq zag and straight Built i Sews buttonholes sews on buttons overedges monograms mends all wiJnouJ attachments Exclusive Singer front drop-in bobbin Snap-on presser feel Push-bullon reverse control Dial sliJch-length control TRADE IN ALLOWANCE L trad" m allowance on your old fie o1 rnaVw CREDIT TERMS AVAILABLE SINGER SEWING CENTRES AND PARTICIPATING APPROVED Svre we re best We laugh) 1he world to sew nytnsn tf S foe' Company M CaiMn Ufl COLLEGE SHOPPING MALL Phorte 327-2243 Quinn Orr (equal) pass Joan Donkersgoed Preliminary rudiments first class honors Kathrvn J Bessie Correw JoceKn Van Orman (equal) Iriesen Julie Goerzen Darrell J Endresen (equal) Caroline Westwood George Fnesen Sharon McMahen Dennis Shigetnatsu Patti Stewart (equal) Ron Bever CarohnW Austie Bruce Tail (equal) Ronald Peterson Barbara Larson Douglas Enckson Debra Ibuki Sharon Sekiva (equal i Dawn De Boer Shellev Nakamura (equal) Wendy Matweow Christine D Komnenbelt Linda Brunner Donna J Lorge (equal) Karen D Klaus Honors Denise A Austie Michelle Tompkins (equal) Lori Chaki Louise Correia pass J Dong Migraines caused by estrogens By C. G. McDANIEL AP Science Writer CHICAGO (AP) A study of migraine patients shows that women who take birth control pills or estrogens in other forms have more headaches than other such patients, a researcher reports Dr Lee Kudrow told the annual meeting of the American Association for the Study of Headache that stopping use of the pill reduced headache frequently among most of the women Changing the estrogen dosage and its timing helped women taking this hormone as therapy, he said Kudrow, director of the California Medical Clinic for Headache, studied 300 headache sufferers, 239 of them women, 62 per cent of whom were using estrogens in some form Estrogens a female hormone, are sometimes prescribed for post-menopausal women and for treatment of some diseases Migraine has been associated with constriction of blood vessels in the head, and Kudrow suggested that constriction caused by estrogens may cause migraine headaches in these women A family history of migraine was significantly lower among women on the pill he said indicating that inheritance of migraine tendencies was not so important in many women as was use of the oral contraceptive Many of these women did not suffer from migraine until after they started using the pill, the physician reported Seventy per cent of the women using oral contraceptives showed a marked reduction of headache frequency after they stopped taking the pills. Slow down, you're going too fast! Ten-month-old Patricia Larson looks a little worried as her father, Jim, 1914 13th Ave S keeps pedalling faster and faster By the look on her face, you'd think she is wondering if bike riding with "Daddy" is really so much fun after all. RICK ERVIN photo Club corner notes The Past Matrons of Maple Leaf Chapter 7, OES, will meet at 12 30 p m Wednesday for a politick luncheon at the home of Marv Moms There will be a Christian Science testimony meeting at 7 30 p m Wednesday in the church auditorium, 1203 4th Ave S Everyone welcome All the airiest looks afoot are here in OUT new collection of bared and beautiful sandals make it a sandal summer Ttarsfe) fin 9 p.p. MRRflNJO WORLD OF SHOES 317A Sixth Street South The Dr F H Mewburn QBE Chapter. IODE. will hostess the Annual Zone Three Conference Thursday at Sven Ericksen s Family Restaurant. 1715 Mayor Magrath Drive Registration will begin at 11 a m followed bv the luncheon at noon and a short program and business meeting Convenor will be Mrs D G W Sutherland Provincial President Mrs W J Ross and other provincial officers will be in attendance All IODE members are urged to attend Dominion Rebekah Lodge 41 will hold a 60th anniversary roll call and banquet at 6 30 tonight at the Park Plaza AH women interested in the womanly art of breast feeding are welcome to attend a meeting at 8 15 tonight at the home of Mrs G C Nordstrom. 624 18th St S For further information, call Mrs Nordstrom at 328 1881 The Sixty Plus Club of First United Church will meet Friday at the home of Mrs Clara Thompson. 633 10th St N for a poUuck dinner In the case of poor weather, the dinner will be held in the lower church hall This is the last meeting until September The Southern Alberta Art Gallery Association will meet ?t 7 30 tonight at the Bowman Arts Centre The purpose of the meeting will be to prepare a brief for Julv 2 Cit% Council meeting and to inform members of the latest correspondence All interested persons and board members are welcome to attend Marriage risky f business for I i Egyptian CAIRO (Reuter) An Egyptian cabinet minister has g stirred a major squabble by trying to end the accepted S Moslem male right to have more than one wife g: Mrs Aisha Rateb cabinet minister, is trying to push through a draft law to protect women against poly- gamous husbands They can have four wives under Is- lamic law :j Mrs Rateb, only woman in the cabinet, demands that 8 :j all divorces be obtained before a judge and that a woman 5 be entitled to divorce her husband if he marries a second time :ji Marriage is a risky business for Egyptian women and x the long hot summer, when temperatures soar to 104 de- 2 grees, is the peak season for divorop ;j An Egyptian husband can divorce his wife under Mos- x lem law by saying three times g "I divorce thee I divorce thee I divorce thee 3 g He can also reinstate the marriage at will, unless his g wife marries another man x- Mrs Rateb has faced relentless criticism of her views v x but the bill has inspired letters to the newspapers from S x. women declaring their support Some liberal-minded men x. also want more equality for wives g Supporters are met by religious arguments quoting the Koran, which emphasizes man's superiority They reply g that the Koran only gave man his rights in running family affairs and not in other fields g Traditionally women have taken second place to men in Egypt and Mrs Rateb is determined to end this In- troduction of divorce by consent in the minds of women means more freedom jg It also offers respect for women's dignity, especially in a country where many women are lawyers, doctors, engi- x" neers and now cabinet ministers The weekly political newspaper Rose Al-Youssef said married women live in constant fear of divorce :j g A social worker, Etedal Omar, said women are eager to produce as many children as possible to tie down their S 6 husbands and the result is a prime contribution to Egypt s population boom For many years women have been fighting to preserve g marriages but amendments to the marriage laws have been shelved, mainly because of masculine objections Mrs Rateb's proposal also would restrict the right of conjugal domicile under which to avoid paying alimony g: a man can force his wife to live with him against her will or refuse to divorce her THE BETTER HALF By Barnes You weigh 112 pounds and you're married to the nicest, sweetest, most lovable creature in the world HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Need Clothing. Furniture. Toys. Household Effects Call 328-2860 For Pickup Service OR LEAVE AT 412 111 AVE S NOTICE! LANQENBERG OPTICAL LTD. 602 3rd Ave. South will be CLOSED For Vacation! June 24th until August 2nd BIG BIG fabric WEDNESDAY till SATURDA END OF BOLTS AND REMNANTS SHORTS, SLACKS, DRESSES, ETC. ALL PLAIN PASTEL POLYESTER DOUBLE KNIT Pinks, greens, oranges. 20% OFF SHEERS for BRIDESMAID and EVENING GOWNS MEN'S WEAR POLYESTER DOUBLE KNIT Yard 4.95 FADED BRUSHED DENIM Yard 3.50 100% COTTON Yard 1.25 20% OFF VARIETY FABRICS WESTMINSTER MALL Phone 327-1945 ;