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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, May 25, 1972 THE LfTHBRIDGE HERAID _ 21 DIAMOND WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr and Mrs. Frank Lorencz, 626 9 St. S. were honored recently on the occasion of their 60th wedding anniversary. The couple came to Canada in 1906 from Istensegits, Bukowinia in Austria-Hungary, moving to 1he Lethbridge oreo in 1940. Mr. and Mrs. lorencz have 14 children, 45 grandchildren and 41 great grandchildren. OXFORD. England (AP) Three of Oxford's leading col- leges are going to appoint women as fellows for the first time, and five previously all- male colleges are opening their doors to women undergradu- ates. Fellows at Oxford arc resi- dent faculty members. Until now, women have not been fel- lows at any of the male colleges. Five exclusively fe- male colleges at Oxford have Women fellows. The colleges which announced here they are prepared to name women as fellows for the first time are Corpus Christi, New College and Ealliol. Those accepting their first women undergraduates are Brasenosc, Jesus, Wadham, Hertford and St. Catherines. GOES STALE Bread goes stale faster in a refrigerator than in a well-venti- lated bread box or cupboard. THE PRODUCT? "Speaks for Itself" THE PRICE? "Fits Your Pocketbook" THE SERVICE? "Completely Guaranteed" See "Dan the Appliance Man" or "Don Johnson" A Good Deal More For a Good Deal less! PB GRAND 200 201 Frizes 20 20 20 20 Bet (nil urtiptry lorrai Irani Get full details and entry forms from FAIRRELD APPLIANCES T.V. SALES LTD. 1242 3rd Avo. S. Phono 328-0082 "Whoro are Backed By Service" Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: My prob'cm is overwhelming me. I got the idea to write to you when I saw a letter from a teen- ager who vomited every lime she had to eat away from home. My husband has had so many jobs I can't count them. When he starts he always seems happy. He's sure "this is it." Suddenly the whole thing turns sour. It's cither a remark his boss made or someone he works with insulted him. Last time it was nothing specific, just a feeling that the people at the place didn't like him. He doesn't want to work there anymore. It wouldn't be so bad if he'd just quit, but he never does it that way. He gets sick. I mean deathly ill. He vomits, runs a high fever and is so weak he can't get out of bed. Afterwards he goes to the company doctor. "Nothing the doctor says. You have a 'sensitive stomach.' I've been reading your column long enough to know Uu's man of mine needs consel- ling. When I suggest it to him he says, "You and that nutty Ann Landers think counsellors are magicians. I don't need counselling, I have to work it out myself." What can I do, Wife DEAR WIFE: Suggest another doctor. With a little luck he'H find one who will tell him, "Your stomach Iroub'e origi- nates higher your head. You need counselling 60 you can find out why you can't function in a normal way." Per- haps your husband should be doing a different kind of work. A good therapist will explore this possibility. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Next week my husband and I will celebrate a big anniversary. My mother has spoiled what would have been a glorious surprise party by tipping me off. This is the fourth time she has done this and it just burns me up. I've told her each time that I'd rather not know. She insists she does it for my own good. She says, "I don't want you to get caught wearing an old maybe your hair won't look right." It would be such fun to walk into a room just once and have people yell and have it really be a sur- prise. I've had to fake it three times and now I'm going to have to kafe it again. It not on'y takes the fun out of it for me but I feel like such a phony baloney. Any suggestions, The Fraud DEAR MAUDE: Tell your mother that if she tips you off again you're going to call the hostess and ask her to change the date of the party because somebody blabbed. If your mother is the hostess tell HER to change the date of the party and keep her lip zipped or you won't act surprised. DEAR ANN: That poem from "The Wife" to the "Other Woman" was fascinating. I'm afraid she's been reading too many junky novels. Any resemblance to real life and the pic- ture she has in her mind is purely miraculous. I'm the "Other Woman" and there are plenty more like me. My hands smell of detergent, just like a wife's. I wash my own dishes. 1 also wear flannel nightgowns and corduroy bath- robe. I've never been to Acapulco and wouldn't know how to act if T got there. My married sweetheart cnn't afford a taxi, much less a plane ticket. I change my own flat tires and work a full time job. I have no fur coat and the suggestion that I am being plied with lux- uries is a joke. More often than not, I'm giving him an extra ten or twenty. Who do you think bought your daughter's birth- day present, dearie? Question my quality if you wish, but I wasn't looking for your husband. Love made me butt in on You Were First DEAR SORRY, Thanks for a realistic porlraynl of "Other Women." The "glamor" is mostly a figment of the wife's inl- and full of heartache. Please send inquiries and rctpicsls lo Landers Reader- mnil Department, Chicago Sun Times-Daily News, 401 North Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111. 60611. JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday Evening, May 25th Sponsored by Ladies' Aid of St. Peter and St. Paul's Cliurch STARTS P.M. SHARP-PARISH HALL CORNER 12th STREET B AND 7lh AVENUE NORTH Jackpot Starts at and is Won Every Thursday 5th 7 No. Jackpot Pot o1 Gold 2St PER CARD OR 5 FOR SI.00 ALSO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZE Perioni under 16 years not allowed Quota Club meets to elect officers The Lethbridge Quota Club recently held a dinner meeting at which executive officers installed. Those named to the execu- tive for the 1972-73 term of of- fice were; Mrs. Anne Gray, president; Miss Jean Ringland, first vice president; Mrs. Helen Bobins, second vice president; Miss Ailsa Chalmers, record- ing secretary; Mrs- Joy Pinncy, corresponding secre- tary, Mrs. Edith Whitfield, treasurer; Miss Agnes Short and Mrs. Marian Peszat, counsellors for a term of two years. MRS. ANNE GRAY president Golden Mile Senior Citizens' Centre Next Week: Monday: Tickets available for bus trip to Dinosaur Park. Tuesday: Singing at a.m. Thursday: Singing at .m. If you have any work to be done in or around your house, contact the centre at 327-5333. The purpose this project is to provide minor repairs to homes of senior citizens who could not otherwise afford them. calendar I I local L The Ladies Auxiliary to the Original Pensioners arid Senior Citizens Society will meet on Friday at 2 p.m. in Gym 2 of the civic centre. Entertain- ment and lunch provided. A good attendance Is requested. LA to FOE regular meeting at 8 p.m. on Tuesday in the Eagles Hall. The Royal Canadian Legion is making a list of First Great. War veterans, their wives and widows, living in the city of Lethbridge. Names can be phoned in to Ethel Styner, 328- 5976 or Thelma Odney, 327-0738, or placed on a list in the club rooms. Co-operating in this connection will be appreciated. Secrets of the fashion world modelling course, will wind up with a grand finale fashion show and tea on Wednesday at p.m. in the all-purpose room fo the Family Y. A cordial in- vitation is extended to all. Dr. Guy Doll of Calgary Sep- arate School Dislrict will dis- cuss the first draft of the ATA Special Education Council's po- sition paper at the Southern Alberta Council for Exceptional Children meeting at p.m. on Monday at the Dorothy Gooder School. WOMEN'S UNTT MONTREAL (CP) The first full-fledged women's unit of the Canada Jaycees will bo set up in Montreal. Unlike an auxiliary, the Ville Marie Jay- cees wil participate in pro- grams previously offered only to men, and initiate their own rather than waiting to be asked for help. AH constitution refer- ences to young men" will be changed to young women." Coming Events: June 10: The centre will en- tertain senior citizens from Blairmore and area with a cup of tea around 4 p.m. June 12: Bus trip to Dino- saur Park and John Ware's home. Forecaster not unique WINNIPEG (CP) Carole Klaponski of Winnipeg is the first and only woman meteorol- ologist at a Canadian Forces base. She has been at Canadian Forces Base Winnipeg's wea- ther office for less than a year but already pilots have heard about her from such distant bases as Shearwater, N.S., and Comox, B.C. Although unique lo the armed forces, Miss Klaponski is not alone as a woman weather fore- caster. Women have been fore- casting at civilian airfields for several years, although there are still only a few in Ihe field. Miss Klaponsfci, who gradu- ated in mathematics from the University of Winnipeg in 1970, first became interested in wea- ther through summer jobs with the federal transport depart- ment. After completing a nine- month course in Toronto and Trenton, Ont, she was asked if she would mind being posted to a federal defence base. Women in the past have asked to be posted to forces bases but were always lurned down. They were often told, says Miss Klaponski, that there were no facilities available or that they would have to give their weather briefings in lock- er rooms or that pilots wouldn't pay attention strictly to the weather, if a woman was brief- ing them. So far, she said, she has found all Ihese things untrue and has enjoyed her job at the base. She has flown in a forces' Dakota aircraft and has also taken the high-altitude indoc- trination course. Her next aim is to fly in a jet trainer to understand better some of of the problems of high-altitude weather. 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