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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta IFIC LEI tmmj Single women say men scarce By JUDY KLEMESRUD New York Times Service NEW YORK Among well-educated young women living in New there is a saying that has been repeated so many times that it has become a cliche The only men I meet in this city are either married or gay This line is usually uttered with a or a probably after an uneventful evening in a singles' or after the woman has vowed to move to what she thinks will be happier hunting grounds in Los or or Timbuctu She is of in assuming that there are no eligible heterosexual bachelors in New York But she is probably not wrong in assuming that New York is nevertheless a heterosexual bachelor's paradise Some of New York's most prominent men are currently including Stewart Mott. the millionaire -The Herald Family Illinois favors Ontario program TORONTO A pi ivate company in Ontario is being paid almost double its regular rate to take children from the United States into its group homes for disturbed youngsters Viking Houses a division of Brownsale International Ltd charges a day at its six home centres in Toronto and Peterborough but receives a day from the State of Illinois to care for disturbed TAKE A GENTLE LAXATIVE From the makers of TUMS Take gentle acting Nt Natures remedy1 Nl is an all vegetable laxauve Forovei 70 years NJ Mas been giving folks pleasant effective relief overnight tonight tomorrow alright' SEOUiAR CHOCOLATl COATCD- JUNlOtS children who enter Canada from there on a medical visa Four of the 36 children in the Viking Homes are American The rates are based on what care the children David Marshall Aird director of the Viking Houses and president of Marshall Houses Ltd said Marshall Houses is a pnvate company that rents houses to the Viking program Mr Marshall said that all Illinois children in his care are in a group home where the staff child ratio is much higher than the three staff to eight children ration in other homes The program there is more intensive because these are more severely disturbed children Mr Marshall said Officials from the Illinois child and family services department said they are impressed with the Browndale and that traditionally we've got the worst service here Joe the New York Jets Al the Clay editor and publisher of New York Magazine David the Walt the New York Kmcks Dr Robert the diet Tom the Robert D president of the CBS television Paul the alto saxophone and Rusty the New York Nets outfielder A dozen New York chosen at random to be interviewed about their lives and their views of New York generally agreed with the at the same they have found that things are not always hunky- dory in paradise there are more women here there are women everywhere you said Peter a handsome Manhattan bachelor in his 30's who owns his own Peter Levmson Communications 'But the pressures of the very fast moving life in New York tends to be anti- he said recently over lunch at Women here I fear of relationships because of some terrible wrong that one two or possibly three men did to them at one time or another This reluctance of some women to get involved in relationships' was an observation shared by most of the 12 bachelors Other areas where they agreed The bachelors had a high opinion of New York women in general are so intelligent and one bachelor they tended to look down on women they meet in singles they find more and more women are interested in one-night if not are asking the men to be friends and that even though many women are talking women's lib game these very same women rarely offer to pay their share of an evening's entertainment Back to school Mrs Robert wife of Ontario's Liberal and Mrs Don Parkhill attend a music class at an 80-year-old school in St Ont The school was saved from demolition by a committee headed by Mrs Nixon The building now serves as a community arts museum and day-care centre Denise Poiret finds early dress designs in style PARIS Denise Poiret wore pants for the first and last time in her life in 1911 That was the year that her Paul declared women wear pants Mme Poiret escaped from her gilded cage dressed in the first pair of pantaloons that a Western woman had ever worn 'I have always hated pants BOGLR THL BertKaempfcri to STLKFO 4.49 4.49 4.49 8.49 8.49 Record Specials An excellent opportunity for you to save on a new supply of records for your album. Of course they are not all illustrated but every one specially priced for this occasion. Shop promptly while the selection is at its best. Each 4 49 to 11 99 Record Second Floor EATON'S Shop Eaton's Tuatday to Buy 328-8811. UM Your Eaton Account... Cradlt Torms on women and I still do All that fabric is very disagreeable between the legs It's a shame that femininity should be spoiled by something that mostly doesn t even look good on women this 88-year-old in a sweater and skirt is delighted that the fashion world has sud- denly her hus- who died in 1944 and was the father of modern undressy dresses the casual clothes of today There are Poiret dresses currently on exhibit at the New York Metropolitan and the Musee Jacquemart-Andre in Pans now features an entire exhibition dedicated to Poiret The public earlier simply greeted the dresses with hisses catcalls and on occasion even attacked the wearers Mme Poiret never bobbed her since her husband frowned upon the flapper the Montparnasse nightclubs and all Red Cross needs aid N S Governments should play a bigger part in financing the Red Cross' essential Mr Justice R L national president of the Canadian Red said this week Mr Justice Brownndge of Regina told the annual meeting of the Nova Scotia Red Cross the organization is under financial strain and the main cause in inflation Acupuncture helps smokers drop weed WINNIPEG Dr Sheung Chi the only doctor practising acupuncture in is using the technique to help people stop smoking Dr Man's experiment so far has involved 40 split into groups of and he said 18 of the 20 in one group quit the habit within days To ensure the effect was not all the doctor purposely varied his technique in the second group of 20 and only two persons succeeded in stopping smoking The method involves a surgical stitch near three nerves inside the the left ear if the person is left handed and the right is the smoker is right handed A tiny bead is attached to the stitch Patients are told to apply light pressure to the bead whenever they get the urge to an action which is said to block off from the brain an impulse tosmoke Dr Man said the stitches do not produce side effects and no complications were found The project was financed by the Acupuncture Research Foundation of founded and directed by Dr Man A large part of his conventional acupuncture treatment involves war amputees He said that so far he has had 75 per cent success in eliminating phantom limb a pain which lingers even after amputation The doctor also is involved in research using acupuncture to relieve arthritis He said he is in his third year of a five year project and has recorded a 60 to 70 per cent success rate It was due to Dr Man's work that the Manitoba College of Physicians and Surgeons accepted acupuncture as a medical treatment Hear more clearly without irritating background noise. Zenith's new Directional Hearing Aid If you find that much of the sound you hear is irritating then our new Directional -hearing the could be just right for you This comfortable aid brings you rich sound at a pleasant level as it softens and reduces harsh unwanted background noise from the side and rear Come in for a demonstration of the' Royal D or any other aid from Zenith's line of more than 20 quality aids at no cost or obligation Batteries for all makes of hearing aids The quality goes in before the name goes on LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Helping the hard of hearing since 1943 Paramount Theatre BMg. Phone 328-4080 44T-4479 Hand kisses decline at UN By ERIC PACE New York Timei Service UNITED N Y In French it's in German it's in Urdu it's ko piyar but in any the old-world custom of greeting a woman by kissing her hand is fading from the United Nations In years gone when delegations were aglitter with barons and gentlemen of the old no grand reception was complete without its quota of hand-kisses of the or which is to say without actual contact between lips and hands now hand-kissing is definitely in a said Mane-Pierre a high- born Frenchperson who heads the humanities division of the United Nations Scientific and Cultural Organization the Second World such things have been going out of style except in certain -social said Mrs the wife of a former French cabinet minister This social change was evident during the general assembly's special session on raw materials and which ended recently The delegates busily harangued each other on such topics as fertilizer and had little time for the dancing and other traditional divisions that have enlivened diplomatic life for centuries in typical United Nations are unable to agree on just why the hand- kiss is in but they offer various theories For one they foreign delegations nowadays contain fewer title aristocrats than in the past and it is the aristocracy that has always had particular enthusiasm for such refinements Other vagaries of the American environment have contributed to the hand-kiss's United Nations officials say it's due to the liberalism of the women in our host New one senior secretariat official reported women don't seem to appreciate having their hands kissed This American influence works in insidious ways Ford Foundation Funds underwrote the United Nation's for and if a foreign diplomat consults its reference shelves he finds discouraging evidence that Americans find hand-kissing odd usage in the foreign a handbook put out by the United States State Department in says wanly In countries where it is an established custom for foreign men to kiss the hands of married women on this should be regarded as what it simply a courteous gesture And the United Nation's copy of Vogue's Book of Etiquette by Millicent Fenwick kisses off the subject in these weary terms whole question of hand kissing is becoming very complicated The old rule was that men of all countries which belonged to the Latin tradition kissed the hands of married women never of young instead of shaking hands CAREERS REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY Recently retired person for service and parts personnel. Wages commensurate with experience Apply Box 12 The Lethbridge Herald PRINCIPAL SCHOOL FOR THE MENTALLY RETARDED A Principal is required for the Dorothy Gooder School in Lethbridge Alberta Dorothy Gooder School serves approximately sixty mantally retarded children in Southern between the ages of six and eighteen The Principal will have major responsibilities in pro- gram development and will work closely with Director of Pupil Personnel Services The person we are seek- ing will have experience in teaching and administration of special education and will have done graduate work in the field of mental retardation Those wishing to apply should do so by submitting ap- plications complete with curriculum vitae including references by May 21st to The Director of Personnel Lethbridge School District No. 51 43315th Street South Lethbridge Atomic Energy of Canada Limited Glace Bay Heavy Water Plant Opportunities exist in one of Canada's newest and fastest developing energy industries. Applications are Invited from candidates with operations exper- ience in chemical oil gas or similar process having a minimum of High School Graduation or for the following positions. SHIFT FOREMAN Under direction of Shift Supervisor to supervise field operators on shift while maintaining close contact with the Control Room Oper- ator to handle field clearance of shutdown equipment in preparation for maintenance worK to approve completed procedures for same to advise Shift Supervisor on the authorization of work permits on oft shifts to assist in maintaining safely standards to provide on the job training for operators and trainees A minimum of seven years operating experience required with at least two years as control room operator Salary range de pending on qualifications to shift bonus and other SENIOR OPERATOR Under direction to monitor plant operations in a central control room Minimum of five to seven years related experience Hourly rate 20 OPERATORS Under direction to take readings and make adjustments following specifications and prescribed operating procedures Minimum of three to four years related experience Hourly Rate 00 SS 30 75 Good working eonamoM fringe Including relocation Successful candidate lor all positions will be required to pass a stringent medical examination hi noting File 4-B to- Personnel Supervisor Atomic Energy of Canada Llmltad Olace Bay Heavy Water Plant P.O. Box 5 GHace Nova Scotia B1A 5V1 ;