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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE LE1HBRIDGE HERAID Tueidoy, March 6, 1973------------------------------------------------------- Course in attractiveness designed to help blind girls TORpNTO (CP5 Girls who are blind are as interested in being attractive .is anyone else. To help them keep pace with current trends, the Canadian National Institute for the Blind offers a course called personal management that includes makeup, wardrobe, poise, social graces and gestures. Jeanne Bianchi, director of training for Helena Kubelisteii'i, has been teaching them how to handle makeup. "Use your left hand to stroke upwards on your left cheek, anci your right hand on your right, check. Pat gently with a couple of as if you were play- ing the piano. "Put a piece of cotton on top of the bottle and you can feel loner coming out. Can you smell it' The girls are taught to apply rvnjge by finding the highest spot on their chsekoones and working out to the hairline. ana out oj town Mrs. B. Giacomazzi and Mrs. V. Crofts mil represent their respective lodges at the annual sessions of the Rebekah Assem- bly of Alberta to be held in Calgary. Others attending the meeting will be Mesdames R. Snowden, H. McNab, A. Pollard, M. Sea- man; M. Coaker, A. Roberts, D. McNab, M. Oswald, A. Hamil- ton, S. Pisko, N. Wheeler, W. Torfason, M. Hamilton; W. Myers, J. Mars'Vlsay, H. Clemis, J. Arnold, L. Fleel- wxiod, E. Myers, E. Determan, J. Reid; E. Risler, H. Lowe and B. Nadler. A composite drill team from both lodges will take part in 'the public installation ceremon- ies. They apply lipstick from the middle to the corner of -the upper lip and blot. No attempt is made to apply lipstick on the lower lip. First, they have to feel the s way their lips are designed and put on lipstick with the index finger on top of the upper lip so it won't spread above the lip V. line. Once they've done It four or five times, they have caught on. They apply mascara only on Ihe tips of (lie lashes to cut down Uie chance of smears. And Ihey hold both ends of the mas- cara stick with two fingers, one at the end of the nose, and they flick their eyelashes to pick up the makeup. Coralee Cawley, one of the girls in the class, said they enjoy wearing makeup. "There is a deplorable lack o! understanding on the part of the sighted public about makeup. A lot of people have the idea it cannot be done. All we need is guidance in order to learn how to do it." Toastmistress club receives charter Art of makeup Sharon Talbot is shown learning how to apply makeup in a personal management course at the Canadian Institute for the Blind in Toronto. The 20-year-old applies mas- cara to her lashes by holding the slick between her fingers, with the index finger next to nose and flicking her lashes. Under no circumstances can she apply it directly from the stick. It's too dangerous. SIMPSONS bears Get Set... Spring's On the Way! And Simpsons-Sears makes it BO easy with new tailored looks in first quality fatrics that are jjust right for -this, the loveliest season of the year. Shown are just a few from onr great collection. a-Handaome tweedy coat as shown and similar...some solid colors, too. Rayon eatin lining. In new spring shades. Sizes 8-18. b-The Eneembla. in assorted tweeds' Trith rayon satin lining. Color'Coordinated sleeveless dress. Asst'd' spring colors. 10-18. 44-99 -d Double-knit suits. UscMne- ready near aeainl d-3-pc. suit. Tunic; plaid panta and long vest in tan or blue. Sizes 10 to 18, 3-pc. set Ann Landers Bt' Cooti STORE HOURS: Open dolly from a.m. to p.m.; Thursday ond Fri. from a.m. to p.m. Centre Village Ma'l, Telephone 328-9231 DEAR ANN LANDERS: What can a secretary do about a boss who seems to lie awake nights flunking of small ways to irritate her? When he laughs, the whole building shakes. He pops his chewing gum and cracks his knuckles. Last week he took off his shoes and cracked his toes. When lie talks to me on the intercom he breathes so hard between sentenues f want to scream. Sometimes hs coughs and wheezes all this with a cigar clenched be- tween his teeth so his words are barely intelligible. Some days v.-nen he is ex- tremely busy he will tell me not to put througlKany calls. Later in Uie day, when 1 give him a list of the callers he gets mad and yells, "Why didn't you put Mr. X and Mrs. R tlirough? You should have known those calls were So, in addition to haying the patience of a saint, I am expected to be a mind reader. Any sugges- tions? Human And That's Not Enough DEAR ONLY: These small annoyances will loom larger as time goes by. You don't really like this man and I can tell you he is not going to change. So start now to look for another job, Butter- cup. You and the boss are incompatible. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am a faithful reader. You have helped me with other problems and made my life easier. Please try again. I am going through the menopause and my. husband does not understand why I have lost all interest in sex. don't know how to tell him. Please help me put it into words. He doesn't have much respect for my'judgment, but if YOU say something it will carry weight. Find The Words In Long Island DEAR WORDS: Sorry I'm unable to help you because 1 don't know the -answer. If you are of the opinion that menopausal women just nat- urally lose interest in sex, let me assure you it is not true. In fact, some women report the opposite. If you arc not seeing a good gynecologist, please nm, don't walk, to your family physician. Ask him to give you a complete physical and recommend a doctor who spe- cializes in gynecology. The proper medication might solve your problem. (Calendar {Jj d-ocal Jva The Renaissance Fashion Show, a collection of 18th cen- tury gowns, will be presented March 14 and 15 at 8 p.m. in the grand ballroom of the Holi- day Inn. Proceeds from the gown raffle will be donated to S i f t o n House. Entertainment will be by the Playgoers, and tickets are available at Lei- ster's Music, Bowman Art Cen- tre and Holiday Inn. Christian Science will hold a public meeting Wednesday at p.m. in Ihe church au- ditorium, 1203 4lh Ave. S. Ev- eryone welcome. General Stewart School will hold an open house, tea and bake sale Wednesday at p.m. as part of education week activities. Everyone welcome. Due to nnforseen circum- stances the tour of the brewery for the Original Pensioners and Senior Citizens has been chang- ed from Wednesday to Thurs- day at p.m. Members are asked to meet at the civic cen- tre before this lime. The regular meeting of the Oldman River Potters' Guild will be held Thursday at p.m. in the workroom of the Bowman Art Centre. There will be a discussion of the high-fire klein. The Lethbridge Philatelic So- ciety -rill meet Thursday at 7 p.m. in the gas company audi- torium. There will be a gen- eral trading lime, mini-exhibi- tion and a raffle committee meeting. Wilf Downs, general manager Uie of ommerce, recently presented ie Bridge City Toastmistress ilub with a club charter. Mrs. June Wright, president f the club, accepted the char- er and was presented with her resident's pin and gavel as a ymbol of authority. Attending the banquet were members of the club, as well i Bill Kergan who brought from die city; Helen tevens, regional supervisor of oastmislresses; Lauarin Brittain, extension o-ordinator from Shelby, !ont., and Bill Oleksy, pres- dent of the Toastmasters Club f Lethbridge. Mr. Oleksy also presented a peaking trophy for the use of ie club. Mr. Bowns addressed the gathering and said the three key words of the organization are relate, educate and com- municate. He said that improvement In speaking, the necessity to speak more effectively and the expression of a point view were important to the -Interna- tional Toastmistress Club and this club should follow the lead. A history of the international organization was presented by Mrs. Brittain, who said there were clubs with an ap- proximate membership of 000 throughout 19 countries. The Lethbridge branch meets the first and third Wednesday of the montli in Room 1 of the civic centre. New members are welcome. Lean pork market TORONTO (CP) Hogs are etting leaner without getting linner, and hog producers have tarted a selling campaign to jersuade consumers that pork s lean, pork is high in protein. The Ontario Pork Institute and Pork Producers Marketing Rard says today's meat hog yields 14% pounds more lean neat than it did 12 years ago. A release from the institute the 10-per-cent increase in he amount of lean has been ac- companied by a 26-per-ccnt de- crease in the amount of fat and a rd, so the over-all increase in veiglit is less than two pounds. The decrease in fat, says the institute, means a relative increase in protein and produces a meat that can be roasted to slightly lower meat thermometer temperatures. The institute recommends the ise of a'meat thermomeler and :ays cuts of the leaner pork can ie roasted at 325 degrees to o temperature of 170 to 185 de- fending on taste. Formerly, 185 vas recommended. Dr. A. B. Morrison says pork must still be well done because he danger of trichinosis is still present, but he says incidences of the disease are down. Dr. Morrison is assistant dep- uty minister in charge of the e d e r a 1 health department's iiealth protection branch and food directorate. He says pork has suffered a bad press over its contributions to obesity and coronary artery disease. 'Excessive amounts of fal have, at least in part, contrib- uted to these two diseases. Mosl nutritionists consider it would be a wise move to reduce the :ota] amount of fat Intake, so on ihat basis a leaner pork would be welcomed." He says that nutritionally pork and beef are almost inter- changeable. Pork tends to be somewhat higher in calories, but thatcan be partially got around by trim- ming off the visible fat and cooking it properly. "Pork is a bettor source of Ihiamin (vitamin Both are excellent sources of protein." Their calorie comparison, based on total carcass, prime grade meat, is; beef, 54 per cent lean, per cent fat, 428 calories per 100 grams; porb, 53 per cent lean, 47 per cent fat, 472 calories per 100 grams. Per capita consumption was M.9 pounds for beef in 1971, up from 84 pounds in 1S67. arei 63.9 pounds for pork, up from 53.8 pounds. In the last year, to January, the consumer price index shows a 9.5-per-cent rise in beef prices and a 23.4 per-cent rise in pork prices. JVL MAGRATH (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barker rash to an- nouncs the marriage of their daughter, Melanie, to Mr. Wil- liam Barill of Vancouver. Open house will be held at the Barker home Friday, March 9, from 7 to 9 p.m. Friends are Invited to call. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes The Sir Alexander Gait Chap tre of the ,IODE will hold monthly meeting Thursday a 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. E C. Miller, 523 13th St. S. The regular monthly meetin of Uie Wilson White Commun ity Club will be held Thursda at p.m. at the home Mrs. Mark Grant. Program wi be, the skeleton in your fanu closel. The Lethbridge Chapter the Certified Nursing Aides wi hold a monthly meeting t night at p.m. in the lounr of the auxiliary hospital. A CNAs are asked to attend. The Ladies Aid of St. Pole and St. Paul's Creek Calhol Church will held a regular meeting tonight at a p.m. Host- esses for U'.e evening will be j Mrs. Rose Chollack and Mrs. Ann Davies. Friendship Lodge No. 72D will hold their regular meeting Wed- nesday at 8 p.m. in the IOOF Hall. Usual lunch. The Ladies of the Oldtimers' Pemmican Club will meet Wed- nesday at p.m. at the club rooms, 9th St. and 5th Ave. S. i The Ladies Auxiliary to the Lethbridge Firefighters w i II hold a monthly meeting Wed- nesday at 8 p.m. at the home of Bea Crawford, 2706 8th AM. A. N. There will be a short meeting followed by a poncho tea will) items from Guatamala featured. 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