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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Scituidov. 27, 1971 family By MAUREEN JAMIESON I i-unfoss in being a longtime kwc-siii.T IT. tin' I I ranipus controversy, but last week over to ihe look, s'ock and extra pouril.TU' Tlv hand nf gi'imts pinpoimcd llui ML- iiK one safari (limn th? walkway j.'i.'iM! H'1' parlntv and umiwiu. I'd lie willing in M a nt m a rlmiul ue liavu the hcallJiieM Mu.K'Ul. lite u.u.l- aiaylx- tile whole world even. Faculty of course, can and probably A-'- i and paiks cars near the building, but many .vmlcnis have t .U that mile I'ike down the walkway, v.iiirh K 1 l.uiltl up muscles, ccrpusck's and anytinng rl-c buiKlmi: up Take a trip over there one cviiiing Ambhi t'n that walkway entrance in Wilful of thine, to ,-ome you may even appreciate tho pla.-ttc m p o UH- l.nghi IIUMK and the vital fact il'.at it is down- hill all trr way. Alo'i" about the second lap you'll ;o >u' gel m it or .In definitely buy a pair of flat shoes, and h the time you reach Ik' third leg you'll be ( on tl faithful eld friend, fortitude. iCnv.m new. r.u kid is to Ivat you nt a puny little Ihir.g "alking d'.mnhill' 'i Yen'll prob-bly iti't over the fourth hump lost in admin your own accomplishment, but at the same Hint ..cull be looking iironr.d pretty desperately for a luni eo.unter. a vending machine, or at an old army t t to p'.fp the sagging flab on. Rut little though >ou know it. I lie w-ors; is yd to com-1 The establishment, uiih tvpical sneaky, decadent, cap.tah-.tit authoritarian cunning has blacked cm the home stretch, ind you'll have yourself a great little game of blind mans hlutf before >ou finally tiimlilr down the exit steps lights beaming front and centre will -h.i.w u vhen you'ie finally made it No ambulance will be standii e h-.. bii; a: leas! there'll be benches and wait i' on the r.thor side of the dcrr. 1 tton't discourage you with the srrdid details of the n l n trip. Suffice it to say that as you fcjff and puff ;r. d wh u" your way up thai nevcr-endirg concrete path you'll take a Violent dislike to these Olympics types who keep on our taking yon and leaving you behind in no lime flat Mind von. it will Ira worth it. .lost think, il you M i up for a'class in something this winter, it may er net improve the inner yen, but it's sura have a fiintr-l c effect on the outer casing- Heading a story on womanhood the oilier day. I deu enhance my image. Dashing hcrae, 1 tossed three of my husband's white shins in the washer. Xow this is a thng J rever do. because in spite of all those glorious hue washes other wives do on IT, Bill still thinks the hi nan does a better job. I do wish I hadn't read that sior couple of hundred bits of seggy pink conieui came out of pocket all that was left of the monthly paycheck And how decs a man explain to his boss he nerds a rvw paycheck without saying "it's all her fault." ar.d looking like fl complete louse0 PS: He still prefers the laundry. The Beauty Box 539 5th Street South is pleased to announce that KATHY MULLER has joined their staff and in- vites her many friends and for- mer customers to call her for hair styling appointments. Phone 327-4251 i SYNTHETIC WIGS AND HUMAN HAIR DDIfC WIGLETS. Clearing at nlvfc Priced from lo 517 w met Home-making in India hard for transplanted Canadian A especially to help discussions 1 between husbands ami wives. JLl.NtvJl Mow dees Virginia like living in India'.' "1 love I ho country and even in Ibis rfiorl time 1 think I've UDAIPUR. India (CP) median girl is learning the home-making skills cf the In- di n housewife but at the same time is teaching Indians some of the tilings she knows. The transplanted Canadian K hi. de Virginia Dobson Shrivas- Lna from Burlington, ,1 uighler of Mr. and Mrs. U. N. lime to get pleasure wrtching a hud. Learning to be a housewife They're taught to be adjusta- ble, to say what they think will please. Sa they aren't frank in their conversation with you. It becomes boring." Virginia has a BA from w >c H nmihL'wm; t let n India was difficult at commimily. fmds here s, I aren't many people with a lively Lven shopping for toed was i or wide range of interests. Virginia says, j women ar of the vegetables I'd j gel lo k n( er even seen before and I I 1 to learn to do my own bar- giinng." Mrs. Sbrivastava mel and I nutried her classmate, Om i Shrivastava. when both were at- j lending Ontario Institute for. Studies in Education. Om had I come to Canada for further adult education studies tinder tl Colombo Plan. Now Om is director of Scva I Mindir (Tcmnle of I1 n here in Udaipur, started by j thi. retired president oi the Uni-1 icisity of Rajasthan. Virginis is i a part-time worker for Literacy of Canada, acting Ii.n-.on officer for its projects in three states and in Delhi. The Shrivastavas came here in September, 1SI70, right after their marriage in Burlington. Her work in Udaipur includes teaching urban women some new home-making skills. 'I teach them new recipes, for example." Virginia said. This doesn't sound revolution- ?rv until you realize what a I break with'tradilion it really is. Indian girls, especially in the uneducated class, do everything as their mothers taught them, back through generations. So even to make a new dish is a 1 bresk with the past. i At the request of the govern- ment of India, Virginia also con- ducts work on family planning. in ths riorl ume i mum 'hs led something of the peo-j Queen's University witi a rle- l t.-'s more harmonious living gree in religious education and 1 environment. You have one in adult education from the in just University of Toronto. World Literacy of Canada Is doing basic literacy work However, as in any sma u the men in the more areas and conducts a program for farmers by teach- ing thorn reading and writing in agricultural terms. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "One small step for man, one for HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CAU 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 HI AVE. i. id THAT MAN IN UNIFORM AlFie Gurr. recently returned from serving overs.os .ho NATO fcrces, stands by one of th e guns that are a part of his life who v 'h thf Leihbridge Militia, is a bombadi er in the 20lh Independent Bai'ery KLA. j Lethbridge militia man spent summer in Germany f l, u 1) 11. ilim n on attached lo a company tut,