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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Solurday, May 13, 1972 The Women's Auxiliary lo the Auxiliary Hospital will liuld Ilio regular monthly mcoling on Monday at p.m. in I lie hospital lounge. The Minns One Club will hold a social evening iind polluck supper on Monday al p.m. in Southminslor Chnrc'n. The Ladies Auxiliary lo the Army, Navy and Air Force Vet- erans Unit 58 will hold its monthly meeting on Monday at 8 p.m. in the club rooms. The Whlrl-A-Ways will hold a wind-up wilh an evening of square and round dancing in St. Augustine's Parish Hall, on Monday al p.m. All square i dancers are welcome, Lunch j will be smorgasbord are asked lo please bring a salad or casserole. The Women's Auxiliary lo the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital will hold the regular nrocliug on Wednesday at 2 p.m. in Ihe lounge ot the nurses' residence. Plans (or the nurses' gradua- tion reception to lie held on June 9 will be discussed. A good attendance Is requested. St. Michael's alumni will hold a dinner [or gnuluanls on Sat- urday at p.m. at Sven Er- rickscn's Family Restaurant. Feature speaker will be Dr. R. Brown. A wine and cheese party will precede the dinner at 6 p.m. The regular meeting of the Lethhridge Auxiliary to Shrine Hospitals for Crippled Children will be held on Tuesday at p.m. at the home of Sirs. F. G. Gore-Hickman, 1131 17th St. A. S. s Inserted by the HIRE A STUDENT CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE St. Basil's CWI, Mother's Day lea will he held Sunday from 2 lo p.m. in Ihe church. There be an admission charge, Everyone welcome. The Major Burnelt Past, Grands' Club mil hold the regular meeting on Tuesday al p.m. in Ihc Oddfellows Hall. St. Michael's Hospital Ladies Auxiliary will hold Ihe regular monthly meeting on Monday at r. p.m. in the nurses' residence. A good turnout is requested. The EIC wives will hold the annual wind up banquet on Monday at p.m. at Sven Ericksen'5 Family Restaurant Games and cards will follow. Tlw regular monthly meeting of the Multiple Sclerosis Sociely will he held Wednesday al p.m. at the Auxiliary Hospital. Women of Ihe Old Timers Pemmican Club will hold a whist parly on Tuesday al JI p.m. in the club rooms, corner Slli SI. and Slh Ave. S. Following graduation cere- monies on Sunday. Ihe Ladies Auxiliary lo SI. Michael's Hos- pital will hold a lea for Ihe girls and Iheir families, in the nurses' residence. The Ladjes Auxiliary lo St. Michael's Hospital will present a table top cookery program on Wednesday al 2 and S p.m. in the nurses' residence. Con- venor wiil be Mrs M. ,1. Pill- man and tickets are available through Mrs. Vv. A. Gray. Home economist, Mrs. L. Forbes, will be demonstrating. All proceeds will be donated for use in Ihe pediatrics ward. amily life 9 J L GUI St. jMichael's Hospital nurses' graduation dance was held Fri- day at the El Rancho Motor Hotel, with music provided by the Big Band. Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Johnson led the grand march. IT'S THE THOUGHT THAT COUNTS, ISN'T IT? Four year-old Michelle, right, brings her gifl early, lo make sure it's the First one for mother, Pal Wood of 1410 13 Ave. S. Also on hand wilh presents for Molhsr's Day are loft, Danielle, 1, saying it with a bouquet of flowers, and rear, Angela, 2, with a pet plastic. -R. B. Waller Kcrcer, pliolo Nose mosl dramatic change not dropping yonr ashes on the floor. lastic surgery attituaes ll> MAUHKEN" JAM1ESOV 1 Faniilv Editor Change in menial altitude is probably the most important 1 result of cosmetic plastic sur- gery, according to Dr. Duncan i R. Brown. Dr. Brown, who speaks with tlic aiifhoruy of a plastic sur- geon, said that in the Leth- i bridge area, there is "probably a preponderance of female pa- I tients, hut (hero are men yet- ''There are one major and two or three minor operations Dr. Brown said. Major surgery covers eyelids, cheeks and neck, wilh minor procedures used on "remaining crowsfeet around the eyes and usually the spot immediately beneath the chin. "People look at a race-lift and say you're looking well, and they don't know unless tlie eliminate the scars, just make them less noticeable. One of the most cc nmon procedures, he said is "prosthesis for cosmetic augmentation of Die breast. Jt's primarily a straightforward cosmetic thing, usually done In Ihe laic twenties and early thirties. Most follow several pregnancies when Ihe woman has lost normal bivasl support and contour. F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT EAGfES HALL 6th Ave. A and 13th St. N. Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. 5 Cards For 1.00 or 25C Twelve 7 Numbpr Games JACKPOT Free Gomel and Frre Cards DCOR PRIZE Gold cards pay double money Children under !6 not oJTowad NOW YOU ARE FINiSHEO SCHOOL And Desiro loo team a Profession WHY NOT BECOME A HAIRDRESSER Wo havo 3 fully qualified full time instruc- Iresei and wo teach all phusoj of beauty culture, hair styling and cutting, blenching, linling nnd permanent waving. You'll nnjoy our nflw remodelled and air-conditionfd ichool. A professional bnaulician payi high- er than tho nverago income and opportu- nitiei am unlimited. r Fill Out Thii Coupon For Morn Information rla Beauty School 405 5th St. S., Lothbridgo MAMU ADDRESS C.I1Y 1 Payment! Claims Starting Now In H Monthly Tuition Hug it done all the time. Though I man tells (hem. Tlic man in i probably more in the Slates the street wouldn't knmv unless i than here. [he patient requests radical I "Society is becoming orient- change. ed Inwards youth more and J "A lot of women come in more. Surgery lo look younger j look their age and dress 10 to Each is accepted more and more by 15 years After surgery, people and society. and large, they dress i works well for him is the best "The degree of correction de- j younger and think younger. way lo do il with best re- pends on the he said. "This js probably as much l suits for the palienl." said Dr. "Some want a radically chang- j value as tne iniprorane-.il in Brown. j ed appearance Some just waul (he face." "Risks are still there, as In i improvement." j Plastic surgery is also used an; kind of surgery. It's not Which is belter "is a matter revise scars and provide a lo save life or limb, and of personal judgment of the pa- more advantageous alignment Hie patient hr.s lo lie well aware j licnt and !he said Dr. (0 normal skin he said. of die risks involved. Brown. Revising is most frequently "It's np lo the patient lo de- 1 "I let patients toll me indi- done after accide.nls and pro- cide the change in- rectly what they expect and go vions surgery, according lo Dr. volved ouiweighs Ihe risks. from there. It's rot a good Brown. Ihc bill can also be idea to suggest what to do when '-Again results can't be pre- a problem they come in for cosmetic sur- j dieted in advance. can't to-, "Until recently." Dr. Brown fiery. To alter Ilir- shape nf the nose. he said "Ihe operating lime is two or three hours it's a done from tiie inside. ''Probably Ihe nose lakes the longest lime lo nine months lo a year fur Ihe fin; result to be fulh evident. "The nose. is Ihe must drama- lie change, primarily it goes from large lo small. And the face is usually young In j start with. "People come in with a nopo out ol ;i magazine, irjiirh is not a very gnnfl idea. There are cerlaiu limil.s on how il can be changed and .slill work. Vari- ous things have lo he lefl in- he said. "A nose could collapse wiliiout supporl." If a face-lift and nose are done at Ihe same lime, the re- sult is very conspicuous. Dr. Brown explained. "Tlie fare probably pre- sents the biggest challenge in cosmelic surgery lo equal- ize bolh sides ol Ihc face. "11. lakes si.v lo seven hours of aelual operating he said "Most palieiils require more than one opei alive procedure for a larr-lid, anil have lo he prepared lo spend a yp.ir In ltd iv Ilif full amnunt of woi k ne< -e.-vn -y lor a lull cosmetic face-lid. said, "medical insurance was Inking care of everything bill face-lifts. Bui Uie governmcill is becoming more and more re- luctant lo pay purely cosmetic surgery. I ''A complete face-lift eosls anywhere from lo si.dim in Canada, compared with si.soo lo in the Slates pending pri m a r i 1 y on amount of work clone on deduction is very common face." he said. loo. This is actually a physi-1 Now that people aye living cal disability.'1 he said, and can I longer and don't see why they cause back pains and problems j should have to grow old jirace- hJig. J fully, many of Hie ymmg-in- surgcon lias his mvn i heart personal methods, and "what also want yoiing-in-face. dc- (hc the to become by MAUREEN JAMIE50N gTJKLEI) giggles and the sound of .scuffling penetrate tlic haze of sleep. You pry open an eye and focus on the clock. Then you flip up (lie oilier lid to make sure. H really is ten lo live. You open your moulh lo snarl al those little monsters piling up in your doorway, then awareness comes creeping through the fog in your brain, so you lay and close your eyes, feigning sleep. Stealthily tlic little ones creep in, haul down the covers and mercilessly drag Dad out of bed. Whispered warnings (don't wake Mum, dumdum) go hand-m-haml with lots of shushing and pantomime. Cleverly you build up tension by rolling over and moaning a couple ol" times, and enjoy the panic it causes. With Dad safely if sleepily in tow, they head for the kitchen to give you lhat glorious treat to end all in bed. Figuring you can gel in a good hour's sleep be- fore the goodies appear, you relax but not for long. In about five seconds the activity in the kit- chen starts to get to you. In your somewhat fuzzy condition, the sudden blast from the radio practically sends you into orbit. (That must be Dad turning down the volume, bless him I one but .Son Four could make that gosli- awl'ul clatter wilh Ihc pots and pans and heavens, crash couldn't possibly be your best dishes could it? No. of course not. Dad's keeping his eyes open isn't he? You pick up a lo lake your mind off the 1 lichen. Ii's only jusl after five o'clock and there's a long wail ahead, but Ihc smell of burning assails your nose, rind you turn detective. Is it Ihe toast or the bacon? Probably not the eggs, there's nol loo much damage they can do to those. Of course, it could be the ketlle, and it's a new one loo, dam it! Making Hie supreme effort, you bring your mind back lo Ihe book unlil finally, Ihc happy lillle gang troops inlo your room. Someone pops a pillow be- hind your back. Everybody's thoughtful today. The tray is carefully lowered onto your waiting lap. All eyes arc turned expectantly towards you. You look at lite I ray and see the love that's gone into arranging the little flower just so and into the burnt loast. the eggs congealing in cold fat, the anemic sausages, and Ihe drink sloshing around in the saucer. It's something very special for you alone and they've done every bit of it themselves. Anxiously they each trip of Ihe fork to your month. Then, v.bcn even' single crumb has disappear- ed, out come the presents. Even if those pretty yel- low flowers did come from your neighbor's garden, it's Ihe thought lhat after all. Anyway you tell yourself you'll make il tip lo her. Your oldest daughter proudly helps you unwrap a potholder in a very interesting shape, with unique lilllo liulrjes in one corner. She made il al Brownies. Your liltlesl, one lovingly gives you her spe- cial treasure. It's a smooth, shiny green and grey stone with creamy markings and she shined il up wilh nail polish for you. One of your older sons has managed lo hand onlo enough pocket money to get you some candy. Tlie other promises five babysitting.? free of protest. "Mother's Day isn't il spiffy? HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CAtt 323-23SO FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 1st AVE. S. s for your convenience and enjoymentl Wo can solve your MOVING PROBLEMS WITH A 1 TON TRUCK (Box and Tarp) ALSO AVAILABLE! PINTO 9 MAVERICK TORINO CALL NOWI DUNLOP FORD SALES LTD. 16lh Avonuo and M.M. Drivo S., Lnthbridgo Childhood is Special Picture it now in natural color. Box 1234 Phono FORD RENTACAR SYSTEM I 1 DONNA MARIE Daughler nf MR. nnd MRS. GODFREY ;