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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE liTHBRIDOf HIRAID Tutidoy, Ottobtr 27, 1970 Manual Aids Supervisors Alcohol Program Has 90 Per Cent Success OTTAWA (CP) Ann St. liOuis's program to rehabili- tate alcoholics has a 90-per- cent success rating. Mrs. St. Louis, after 28 years in the public service, was recently awarded a cheque for and a certifi- cate of merit under the public service incentive award plan. She has also written a manual for supervisors in government departments on how to treat alcoholism and problem drinking among This manual is being adopted in other departments and will eventually be distrib- uted throughout the public service in Canada. Pioneer Baalim Honored Arthur G. Baalim, pioneer Lethbridge businessman, was honored at a public birth day party in Ericksen's Restaurant Sunday, and by the Letbbridge Rotary Club Monday, on the oc- casion of his 90th birthday. Chief Judge L. S. Turc o tt e spoke at ths Sunday gathering, W. P. Davidson Monday. Mr. Baalim is the only sur- vivor of the group which found- ed the Rotary Club in 1917, and was its second president. "He was either promoter or j backer of every good cause un-1 dertakea alter he came to Leth- b r i d g Mr. Davidson said. Both speakers stressed his ef- forts on behalf of war bond sales. He was awarded the MBE decoration for those ef- forts. He was recently the subject of an extended story in The Herald's "Builders of the South" Mrs. St. Louis works for the customs ami excise branch of the department of national revenue. She became con- cerned about the alcoholic employee in 1965 when she was appointed the branch's personnel counsellor: "I was in charge.of the sec- tion dealing with promotions, transfers and retirements, and while I was processing retirements, I noticed people retired with hundreds of days of sick leave to their she said. PATTERN EMERGED "But there were some who had little or no sick leave left after working for 35 or 40 years. I could understand this if the employee had a chronic illness and was required to be absent frequently. "I checked and investigated and I found that many cases involved the employee being absent on Fridays, Mondays, or the day after pay day. A pattern began to emerge." Mrs. St. Louis persuaded the department to begin an alcoholic rehabilitation pro- gram. She herself took a course at the'University of Windsor, at- tended the International Con- gress on Alcoholism in Wash- ington and went to Alcoholics Anonymous meetings in Ot- tawa, Toronto and Montreal, "After all this research and study, I decided the key per- son to do something about al- coholisir was the employee's immediate supervisor, That's the best person to observe on a day-to-day basis whether drinking habits affect the em- ployee's attendance or work performance. "Since the program was in- stituted, more and more alco- holics are coming to light." She estimated that approxi- mately three to four per cent of the national work force are alcoholics. "The percentage in federal employment is no greater than in the private sector." COUNSEL OFFERED Once a supervisor in cus- toms and excise detects an employee with a drinking ivmcy Woman Minister f Right Step' BARBARA ANDREWS SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AP) A potential woman minister says the decision by the Ameri- can Lutheran Church to admit women to the clergy is a step in the right a broader recognition of women's roles in the church. Barbara Andrews, 35, of Min- neap oils says the change adopted here is a "sign of the times" in which women are de- manding equal rights with men in all areas of life. Delegates to the fifth general convention of the 2.5-million- mcmber denomination approved a measure allowing the ordina- tion of women in a session Sat- urday. One of two women in the de- jiomiEation fully qualified to enter the ministry, Miss An- drews told an interviewer she felt the major opposition to or- daining women was "tradition fear of change." For the last six years, Miss Andrews has served as a lay minister with the campus team ministry at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. HAPPY REUNION Father J. N. La Belle of Leth- bridgB was host at a banquet held recently for the 10- year reunion of nurses who graduated from the St. Michael's School of Nursing in 1960. The 16 graduates in attendance presented Father La Belle with a gift on the occasion of his 69th birthday. He was their class chaplain and his last class at the school. Guests of honor were Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson of Lethbridge. Remi- niscent letters were read from those not able to attend. WARTS AN HERBAL REMEDY Unsightly WARTS an hands, face, feet, permanently removed within 3 to 5 weeks with DEIGHTON'S WART REMOVER. Not an acid, harmless to healthy skin. BOYD'S PHARMACY LTD. AND WESTMINSTER DRUGS Pork Prices Ease For Fall OTTAWA (CP) Pork prices will decline in November as a result of larger seasonal sup- plies, the federal agriculture de- partment said in its monthly BINGO RAINBOW HAIL sth Ave. N. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27th at 8 p.m. 1st Jackpot 53 Nos., 2nd Jockpot 57 Nos. free and Games, 25t per Card. 5 Cards 3 Free Games Door Prize No Children Under 16 Years Sponsored By A.U.U.C. Association WE HAVE THE EQUIPMENT AND THE KNOW. HOW, WITH OVER 15 YEARS EXPERIENCE. TRUST YOUR FINE RUGS TO CLEANERS 317 IWh STREET S. TAILORS PHONE 327-5771 THE FINEST SELECTION OF WIGS In Southern Alberta DROP IN AND BROWSE AROUND1 "First with Wigs in Southern Alberta" food outlook release today. plentiful supply at relatively low However, beef prices are ex- tot steady prices, pected to remain firm, the de- Apples: Supplies are ade- partment s :j. quate, but prices will strengthen The outlook for other foods is.' for Mclntosh and some other Poultry: Turkeys and roaster j varjeties chickens of all weights, geese and ducks will be in actuate! Pcars: are Mow av' supply at firm prices. Broiler, erage and prices will increase chickens and eggs will be in seasonally. LADIES' AUXILIARY CANADIAN LEGION BINGO Wednesday at 8 p.m. WIIVW Air Conditioned Memorial Hnll 1st Game Game Came jackpot Sth Game in 7 Numbers IF 4th Game Not Won. 10th Game Blackout 15th Game Blackout for 5100 in 55 Numbers or lesi Lucky Draw Extra Cards 25c Door Prize Standard Games Doubled if Won In 7 Number in first 12 games TICKET GIVEN TO WINNERS OF All GAMES EVERYONE WELCOME LADIES AUXILIARY ARMY NAVY AIR FORCE UNIT 58 FALL TEA and BAKE SALE In The AN AF Club Wed., Oct. p.m. EVERYONE WELCOME ADMISSION 50c problem, he offers counsel. If there is no improvement, the employee is referred to Mrs. St. Louis who tells him about the methods and agencies in the community at his dis- posal. Most are referred to the de- partment of national health and welfare for a medical as- sessment, then to the Alcohol- ism and Drug Addiction Re- search Foundation for treat- ment. Mrs. St. Louis said few alco- holic employees are women, but she gets plenty of.calls from men in all job categories asking what approach they should tak with wives who have drinking problems. "There are lots of execu- tives who can't see they have a problem at home. They come home with a briefcase full of work, retire to their studies and tell their wives to have dinner ready in two hours. What do they think their wives are doing during this time? They're having a drink or two or three, that's what." Because of her expertise on the subject, she is invited to speak at many meetings. Re- cently she was guest speaker at the 35th annual conference held by Alcoholics Anonymous in Miami Beach, and is to ap- pear before the American Management Association in New York City later this year. Requests for her manual have come from Australia, India, Yugoslavia, Ireland, Costa Rica, Central America and France, SPACE-AGE NURSES Models wear revolutionary nursing uniforms Introduced In London Sunday by Pierre Cqrdin who sees them as an introduction to space-age nursing. Cap worn by mode! at left is nn integrated skullcap and face shield designed to prevent hair from getting in the way. The costumes were to be presented to the British public Monday at the London Nursing Exhibition. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "You want that chef's special in a glass or CHECK WEDNESDAY'S HERALD for IRRES5SYABIE ROOM ARTISTIC BEAUTY SALON Free Operators For Appointment! Phone 328-3932 535 13th SI. N. Upstair! Above Acme TV IETHBRSDGE FISH GAME ASSN. WEDNESDAY AT 8 P.M. IN THE NEW EAGLES HALL BLACKOUT 55 NUMBERS FREE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS (41h, 8th ond 12th) in 7 Numbers NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 November is ivid's birfh month Topaz is his birlhstone. v A.- IN IETHBRIDGE: 613 4th Ave. S. Telephone 328-4214 ;