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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Mday, June 56, 1778 THt IETHBRIDGE HERALD 15 A FORUM ABOUT MATURE WOMEN DEAR MISS BROOKFIELD: My husband, wlio is bald, re- turned from a business trip with a toupee packed in his suitcases. He told me lie bought It "as a joke" one day. At first reluctant, Ire finally tried it on and he looked great. I can un- derstand his refusal to wear it to the office, but he won't put it on for social occasions. Any suggestions? L. G., Madison, Wis. DEAR L. G.: Sure, tell him to wear it "as a joke" the next time you get together with old Mends. If he looks as great as you claim, he'll probably receive so many compliments he may start wearing it voluntarily after- wards. If tliis doesn't work, save the toupee for a costume party. Maybe he'll wear it then. If all else fails, just forget how "great he looked" with the toupee and remember that you loved hir- piece, too. DEAR MISS BROOKFIELD: I was pleased to read in your column that ther'e are women energetic enough to finish col- lego in spite of their age. I was widowed twice before the age of 40, and I am grateful to a school superintendent who en- couraged me to pursue my edu- cation. As a result, my life and the lives of my children have been enriched. Ax teacher, I can say that the Generation Gap does erist. The determination of the young to be a part of life is so vital to our society. My contact with students makes me aware of their' problems. One problem is permissive parents. The young really want parents who care enough to notice them. Unfor- tunately, parents place their children in the care of a teach- er who is expected to serve as mother, nurse and counselor. M. R., Waupaca, Wis. DEAR M. R.: Thank you so much for youi1 letter and comments. We Ixipe it encourages other women to seek stimulation through educa- tion. Dental Assn. Certification Set For Sunday Eleven Lethbridge dental as- sistants will be the first in Can- ada to be nationally certified in graduation ceremonies Sunday. Certification is a result of a newly instituted program for the dental nursing assistants. Graduation and tea will be held at 2 p.m. in the Marquis Hotel. Special speakers will in- clude Dr. Rudon Selk and Miss Elaine Wesley, Lethbridge, president of the Canadian Den- tal Nurses and Assistants As- sociation. Barbecues Potentially Dangerous Good Food Easy On Simple Equipment OTTAWA (CP) With the cook-out season at hand, buy a barbecue that is sturdy, safe and simple, the Consum- ers Association of Canada ad- vises in its publication, Cana- dian Consumer. A person can have just as tasty a morsel from the most basic equipment as from the most complicated, the article says. And there are hundreds of prices, sizes and designs on the market. "Just as good results can be obtained with a metal grill supported by concrete blocks or bricks over a fire area as from purchased the association says before launching into its suggestions for buying barbecue sets. The consumer should look for: heavy metal firebox that is rustproof. supports attached firmly to the firebox. easy-to-operate method of adjusting the grill to the fire. ease, especially for hoods which may be diffi- cult to attach. Spits and motors now ap- pear on many barbecues. Check the length of cord and insulating details. An on-off switch is essential. Make sure the spit is sturdy enough to hold a medium-sized roast or fowl and that it fits into place easily. Suggested basic accessories include oven mitts, a long fork with a wooden handle, long food tongs, a pastry brash for sauce and a long spatula. Also handy Is a aalt-and- pepper device with a long handle. A bulbous clothes sprinkler or water pistol is useful for dousing cooking flare-ups. Most brands of charcoal of medium or higher prices have "licked the smell problem on the the article says. It also recommends a heavy plastic cover to protect the barbecue from the The article also gives safety hints for using a barbecue winch it says is a potentially dangerous article, especially if children or pets are nearby. The barbecue should be kept well clear of brush and buildings. Lighter fluid should never be added to a fire that is going. The cook should avoid wear- Ing loose, flammable clothing while barbecuing and the bar- THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "I'm looking for the notice that reads, 'Caution: Using This Sef May Be Injurious fo Your Brain'." "ZAYERS" South Shopping Centra en Mayor Magralh Drive GYM SETS OR TETE A TETES 50% OFF YOUR JQ CHOICE limited Quantity "CHARGE IT" Remember We're Air-Conditioned EMERSON 21" TV -STEREO RADIO COMBINATION Reg. NOW 399.00 2 only floor modelil GREEN CROSS KILLEX Quontitlet Limited ON SALE FRIDAY EVENING AND SATURDAY ONLYI GENERAL ELECTRIC STEREO AM-FM COMBINATIONS REG. 549.99 399.99 ONLY 2 Only Floor Model. CHARGE IT Open Dally 9 a.m. to p.m.; 9 a.m. io 1 p.m.; Thurt. and Fri. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 4-SEATER Lawn Swing 32-INCH LAWN TABLE AND COVER REG. VALUE SUMMERTIME DESIGN Reg. 99.99 GWG 'PINTO' PANTS STEEL SIDE WADING POOL ONLY "ORCANA1 CHORD ORGAN Reg. 79.99 SAVE NOW 49.OO CHARGE IT" Men's-Rcg. 10.95 10.95 becue dwuld be completely stable. The charcoal should be ex- tinguished after use. Charcoal stored in an en- closed space is subject to spontaneous combustion. own Miss Sylvia Schawalder of Calgary will visit her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Schawald' er and attend the wedding o, her1 cousin, Betty Schawalder this weekend before leaving for the summer to southern Spain Paris and Switzerland, Miss Betty Schawalder, June bride-elect was honored at i shower in the home of Mrs Joseph C. Montgomery, co-host ing with Mrs. Ernest Schawald' er. Built-in Day Care Bonus Feature TORONTO (CP) Working mothers have found one solution for the question "But who looks after your in da; care centres right in the high rise apartments where man; young mothers live. Joyce Pestell, a former exec- utive secretary, talked apart ment owner Leo Delzotto into putting a nursery in one of his new buildings. That was two.years ago an< Joyce, who left her job ant formed Joydell's Day Nurseries Ltd., opened her third day care centre this spring. Already there are 80 children in her first. A registered nurse in a yellow and blue nursery su- pervises infants as young as four weeks. Mothers supply for- mula, disposable diapers anc carriages. In a large classroom fillec with murals with nursery motifs is the kindergarten. Everything is scaled to tiny-tot height. Eacl child's washcloth, towel anc play smock is embroidered with a whale, rabbit or some other symbol instead of a name the child could not read. WALK TO CENTRE Lunch is served while they are in class. Older children whose mothers work walk to the centre from neighborhood schools for lunch and return after school until 6 or 7 p.m. when come home. There is a ratio of two trainee staff members for every eigh children. In their own grounds arounc the centre the children have modern new play equipment. An indoor playground with a doms roof Is being built "for wet or cold weather. Each classroom has its own flowerbed that tie children tend, and there are plans to build tree houses in the play- ground. Even the smallest toddlers can walk just a few steps from their apartments down a private walkway far from street traffic. By and large, most of the sub- jects look back to their 20's and 30's as the best years of their lives. The prospect of the "empty nest" seems to pose no threats for the women. Many women look forward to a hap- py marriage for their children and freedom to travel in the years ahead. One woman summed up her attitude this way: "I live in a very comfortable rut and I really don't want to get out of it." SECOND LADY of South Vietnam, Mrs. Nguyen Cao Ky, makes a rare appearance for photographers in the gar- den of her home. In the past few years, the only pictures western newsmen could take of wife of South Vietnam's Vice-president were at official Junctions, FOR PRICES CHICKEN Barbecue on o spif average...... Ib. GROUND BEEF Freshly 65' CHEESE SLICES Alberta gold 8-01. pkg. 3 i I00 BUNS Hamburger or Hot Dog, 8 in a pkg. 2149' RELISH Bicks' assorted WATERMELON Mexican Peacock each 99' CORN on the COB BACON Danish, canned I-Ib. tin CHICKEN Burns, Whole canned tin 1 .19 BLEACH Perfex ............gallons 79' PHONE 328-1751 FOR FREE DELIVERY 'Volue'Village ;