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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thunday, Octobir 21, 1971- For The Record By MARILYN ANDERSON Family Editor LOOK NOW but there's gold in them thar backyards and MLA for Lethbridge East Johnny Anderson knows the best place to start look- ing It seems Mr. Anderson hit pay dirt the other day while out digging up the back forty (feet) when he shovelled up a family allowance cheque. The family allowance cheque not only wasn't even his, but it had travelled a good bit before settling down in the Anderson flower beds. Before coming to roost at the Anderson home on 28th St. S.. the cheque had flown, blown, across the city from its northside origins. If you see Mr. Anderson out spading up his yard this weekend, it isn't that he doesn't have a million other things to do, he's trying to prove the adage that everything happens in threes with maybe his name on one of them this time. Trinity United Church in Fort Macleod is going to have a new organ if the church's afternoon women's group has anything to say about it. It's become the thing to do to pan women's groups and their teas and bake sales, but that's how the money gets raised, and women raised thousands and thousands of dollars for churches, schools, chari- ties, hospitals and the like. This UCW group is holding a Halloween Tea on Tuesday from 2 to 5 at the home of Mrs. A. Segboer, Sr. 225 18th St. in Fort Macleod. Proceeds will go to the organ fund. I don't know how big Mrs. Segboer's house is, hut they'd love to have a couple of cars drive out from Lethbridge for tea. It's a short and beautiful drive this time of year, Tuesday's kind of a lax day (well, pretend it is) and you can get your tea cup read as well. While we're in the Fort Macleod area, apologies to all those who wrote and called to ask for the Brown Bread Bump recipe from Mrs. Ivy Buckwell. Sorry to have kept you waiting. First please keep in mind that Mrs. Buckwell bakes and measures from her head, so her measure- ments are approximate. Take a "generous" cups health bran, "gen- erous" 1 c. all bran, "generous" 2 c. flour, 1 tsp. salt and 1 tsp. baking soda. Add enough buttermilk to make a nice dough. Knead on floured board. Bake at 350 degrees till nice and brown. If you use sweet milk in place of the buttermilk, use 3 tsp. baking powder instead of soda. Thai's it! JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday Evening, October 21st Sponsored by tadies' Aid of St. Peter and St. Paul's Church STARTS P.M. SHARP-PARISH HAU CORNER 12th STREET B AND 7th AVENUE NORTH Jackpot Starts at and is Wan Every Thursday Sth-7 No. Jackpot Pot o' Gold 25C PER CARD OR S FOR SI.00 ALSO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZE Persons under 16 years not allowed WHO SAYS THE WORLD ISN'T GETTING ANY WARMER? Here it is almost Novem- ber, and Mrs. Mary Kwasny is checking a blossom from one of a number of Easter lily plants now in bloom at the Devon Nursing Home. High school girl Gwdwom gallery questions premier DORCHESTER, Ont. (CP) Premier William Davis, on bis last day of campaigning for Thursday's Ontario election, ran into some sharp questioning Wednesday from a determined 17-year-old girl in this comir.un- ity near London. Heather Crist, a Grade 12 high school student, asked the premier at a school meeting why there were not more women candidates. "We have seven or eight women candidates running for us this time." said Mr. Davis. The girl then wanted to know why half the candidates weren't women. "I would be delighted to have more women said Mr. Davis. "It takes an unusual woman to get past the job of licking envelopes and typing up circu- By SUSAN BECKER lars." the girl complained OTTAWA (CP) The por- amidst applause from the trait of a sedate, plump lady students in the auditorium. with a redoubtable expression RECALLS PROMISE drew smiles from Mrs. Lyud- milla Gvishiani and Margaret Discrimination in careers cited at women's meeting MONTREAL (CP) Several woman recounted their experi- ences of discrimination in their careers at a conference on women held at McGill Univer- sity. Sheila Goldbloom, a social worker and wife of provincial minister of the environment, Victor Goldbloom said that al- though women have always been in the majority in social work, men have traditionally been appointed as directors to social agencies. "This is a reflection on our society and boards of directors who choose male Mrs. Goldbloom said. However, at home, her work was sometimes considered more important and at times she and her husband considered his work more important. She said her husband consi- dered his role as a father as equally important as she consi- dered her role as a mother. Nursing home appointment The Lethbridge Hospital board has Julia F. Preikschas, Auxiliary appointed of Coal- Mr. Davis said he had prom- ised that a woman would be in the cabinet if any were elected today for the Conservatives and if the parly stayed in power. "Couldn't you go really over- board and elect two women to the Heather asked. Mr. Davis, smiling, said that he had not ruled out that possi- bility. He told Heather she sounded like she would make a good candidate herself when she detail as gallery director, in- came of age. eluding the marital background Heather said she was consi- of the imposing figure in the portrait by Hans Ewarth, mid- 16th century artist, of Lady Trudcau. "She doesn't look like a woman who had three hus- commented Dr. Jean Sutherland Boggs guide for tile high-level tour of the National Gallery of Canada. Miss Boggs and Canadian and Soviet security men escorted Mrs. Gvishiani, daughter of vis- iting Soviet Premier Aiexei Ko- sygin, and the prime minister's wife. Miss Boggs supplied the dering the possibility. She said she had no political Dacre of England. UJHEI1 VOU'RE LRBHTT'S La bafts JULIA F. PREIKSCHAS new director BINGO Scandinavian Hall 229 12lh St. "C" N. FrL, Oct. 22nd Starts oT p.m. Doors Open p.m. 5 Cards for 1.00 4th, 8th and 12th in 7 Numbers WORTH in 52 Numbers Sorry No One Under 16 Years of Age Allowed dale, the director of the South- land Nursing Home. Mrs. Preikschas, who will as- sume the position Nov. 1, is a graduate nurse from the Uni- versity Hospital, Glasgow, Scot- land and is a member of the Alberta Association of Reg- istered Nurses. Prior to moving to Coaldale, she was employed as matron of the Central Park Lodge Nurs- ing Home in Calgary. She has also served as a rehabilitation nurse for the de- partment of physical medicine and rehabilitation at the Cal- gary General Hospital. Mrs. Preikschas is currently a member of the travelling physiotherapy team at the Lethbridge Auxiliary Hospital. "I am not more concerned about being a woman than he is a Mrs. Goldbloom said. Blssera Anderson, a recent McGill architecture graduate said that during her second year of the six-year course, a professor called her into his of- fice and advised her to take arts or science. "He told me that architecture was man's work, that T would be much happier following an- other course and that he was thinking of my social she said. Another time when applyirg [or a summer job, her potential employer told her that although her qualifications were good, a woman architect had never worked for their firm and they weren't sure about how the men would react. Mrs. Anderson said she never heard from the firm again. "Once a woman finally gets a job and shows what she can do she is generally Mrs. Anderson said. "But whenever a problem comes up or a decision has to be made, the woman K left out or not asked to attend the meeting." She said the only way to Im- prove the situation was for women to invade the professions and show men they have a con- tribution to make. ANNUAL BIRTHS Tndonesia has a total of about 4.8 million births a year. RUMMAGE SALE ST. AUGUSTINE'S ANGLICAN CHURCH HALL FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22-7-9 p.m. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23 9-11 a.m. Look to THE COSMOTIQUE For This Exciting "Special Event" This light, bul super-concentrated cream works deep down to help replenish vital lost oils and moisture. Ovornight, your skin will look smooth- er, softer. Rituol disappears as soon as you apply it; doesn't feel greasy. Get acquainted with Ritunl in October at this special priccl A Special Gift For You. EYESHAPER or RITUAL BATH KIT Yours with a minimum purchase of during this promotion event THE COSMOTIQUE Downtown at 305 6th St. S. Phone 328-1212 ;