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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, Scplcmbor 2, 197 Never Heard Of Betty Friedan DANIA, Fla. (AP) Chief Belly Mae Jumper lays down Uie law to Florida Semi- nole Indians each day but says she's never heard of Betty Frie- Plastic Surgery Not A Crime WINNIPEG (CP) Men shouldn't question or ridicule women who want to change their appearances through cos- metic surgery, a Winnipeg plastic surgeon said here. "We had a man in the hos- pital under psychiatric care for three months, concerned be- cause one of his testicles was too said Dr. W. Reid Waters of the Winnipeg clinic. "So we implanted silicone into it." Another man threatened di- vorce unless his wife did some- thing to improve her "uninter- esting, flat-chested Dr. Reid said. "Is it any wonder why wo- men are so concerned about their He told the Canadian Associa- tion of Medical Record Librar- ians that it is a youth-oriented world with increasing emphas- is on looking young. "But in reality, women don't stay 18 and in fresh bloom for- ever." dan or the women's liberatio movement. In fact, Chief Betty wasn1 even aware that the feminist planned to demonstrate. Chief Betty, official title 1 chairman of the Scminole Trib of Florida. In her elected post she heads a five-member conn cil that dictates such triba matters as law enforcemen welfare, education, land leas ing, housing and health, name a few. While she's the only womar on the council, she's the boss the top Seminole among 01 three reservations in Florida. To become the first woma boss of the Sommoles, Cliie Betty. 47, defeated two male op ponents. She insists men don' present any particular1 problem to her. "I'm not interested in women's rights, I'm interest in she said. "Indian mei and women ar.e treated equallj on the reservations as far as I'm concerned." OLD RECIPE BARNSLEY, England (CP) A Yorkshire pub manager came across a dusty copy of wha could be Britain's oldest written recipe. Dated 1657, it lists the ingredients of Barnsley bardolf, an early type of traditional Yorkshire pudding. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "Madam, the first duty of a salesman is to sell himself...Are you Why not have a little fun and relaxation this winter? JOIN ONE OF OUR MORNING or AFTERNOON LEAGOIS Leagues commence Sept. 2-3-4. For more Information contact JOHN OR SANDY at C-LENDALE BOWL or Phone 328-4545 Volunteers Lend A Hand BUSY VOLUNTEERS At each local Red Cross Blood Donors Clinic, 225 workers are active behind the scenes. Individuals and members of the Quota Club type files at left; Boy Scout Tom Herbert moves blood to transportation unit, centre and members of the St. John Ambulance Nursing Corps attend the rest beds, right. Community Works To Save Lives Red Cross Clinic Depends On Volunteer Help By CHRISTINE PUHL Herald Staff Writer During each Lethbridge R Jross Blood Donors Clinic, ap proximately 225 volunteers ar Diisy while giving their tim( and energy to a cause thej may never need to take ad antage of themselves. Mrs. E. K. Holroyd of Lett ridge, clinic secretary work. 11-year round with assistants VIrs. Libby Furnerton, Mrs Ohris Cameron and Mrs. Ann 'otter, sorting and updating the iles of donors. As much as possible of UN olnnteer work is done. through rganizations, Mrs. Holroyc aid. "In tin's way we wort trough many peopie not jus ne small section." Many people have expressw leir amazement at the number volunteers actively involvec rnd how efficient everyone is. Irs. Holroyd said, "One volun- eer forgetting to come causes considerable delay in the rigid The Singer Special Zigzag Sowing Machine, Model 466 Whatever the fashion mood, Ihis Singer model's always ready !o make something new or re-do something old. Features include built-in multiple zigzag stitch for easy 'darning and decorative effecls. built-in' blindstilch for almost invisible hems and zipper insertions, exclusive drop-in front bobbin, push-button reverse control, rotary-Knob siitch-lcngih control for easy stitch length selling. With ONLY carrying case574. QQ sew-it-yourself: a little girl's back-to-school outfit you can make and save over 60.00! fli .65 1.W 1 skirl in Cardurr.y ydi. ai 3 C1 1 f'.iftf h Cflrr.Jilene 1 yd. st 4 5: 1.EQ 39.58 Comparable cost if purchased Our Singer Comer people will bo pleased to show you similar savings on clothes for every member of [he family. Come in and talk fo them today! Singer Sowing Machines are made light hero in Canada. Use iho Sinqer Credit Plan. Singer makes it easy. SINGER CENTERS COLLEGE MALL Mayor Magralh Drive and 20th Avenue South Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Phono 327-2243 routine. Each person is impor- tant." She recalled one clinic when it was blizzarding and many cars wore stuck in the snow; Yet not one volunteer failed to turn out. K is enthusiasm such as this which makes the clinics suc- cessful, she said. It is especial- ly surprising as the "day of the volunteer worker" is quick- ly fading away. One month prior to each of the four clinics per year, the files are sent to one of the three high schools or a business college for the phoning lists to be typed. Because of summer vacations in the schools, volun- teer Mrs. Betty Ptirdy has typed out the list for the Sep- tember clinic in the past three years. During one week, either the [ODE under Mrs. Marjory Con- stable or the Ladies Auxiliaries to the Municipal, St. Michael's general or Auxiliary Hospitals telephone the approximately blood donors in the Leth- jridge area. It takes 45 volun- teers to get the job done. The Ladies of the Associated Canadian Travellers or Kappa Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi fill out appointment cards to be mailed to the donors as the }honmg is done. The beds and equipment which is delivered from the 31ood and Transfusion Service leadquarters in Calgary is un- oaded for each clinic by the Forthcoming Marriage Mr. and Mrs. Rodden Murray are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their only daughter, Gwendolyn Ruth, to Mr. Richard Dale Aneca, son of Mr. and' Mrs. Marcel Aneca, all of Raymond. The wedding will take place on September 26 at 2 p.m. in he Third Ward LDS Church, laymond. local firemen. Various volun- teers including boy scoutb dis- assemble and reload it. The local Auto Dealers Asso- ciation transports donors during the clinic and various moving companies deliver the six type- writers which are lent by of- fice suppliers to tie clinics. While the clinics are in pro- gress, kitchen facilities are handled by approximately 20 women's church organizatoons, Eastern Star, Rebekah, Lodge, Ladies Auxiliary to the Brother- hood of Railroad Trainmen, Royal Purple and Hadassah. Mrs. Dorothy Hoadhouse, Mrs. Agnes Obhaski, Mrs. Mary Quittenbaum and Mrs. Eva Thompson are conveners for the kitchen service at one of either the March, June, Sep- tember or December clinics. Girl's clubs such as: sorori- ties, Job's Daughters. LDS Church Youth and individuals serve refreshments, bringing the total number of workers in the kitchen to 50 people per clinic. "It surely is surprising how many are behind the said Mrs. Holroyd. The soft drinks are donated for each clinic by a local bot- tling works. Babysitting throughout the clinic is done by the Xi Nu Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. The Red Cross technical team is usually under the sup- ervision of Miss Joyce O'Dejl, RN of Calgary, clipping fee bottles is done by Miss Molly Coupland and her assistants of Lethbridge ana the restbeds are looked after by the St. John Ambulance Nursing Corps. Mrs. Muriel i Nugent is in charge of filing done during each clinic and organizes a sep- arate body of volunteers other n op. own, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Grune- wald of Vancouver were guests at (he tome of Mrs. C. M. Cransloun of Lethbridge and also Mr. and Mrs. R. E Kennedy of Edmonton am their three children. Miss Robin Matthews of Windsor, Ont. is visiting her uncle Dr. LeRoy McKenzie 1322 13th Ave. S. BINGO MOOSE HALL 1234 3rd AVENUE NORTH WEDNESDAY at P.M. Jackpot in 56 in 7 Numbers 4th 8th 12 Games Doubled In 7 Numbers 5 Cards 1 FREE GAMES FREE CARDS DOOR PRIZE NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 SPONSORED BY THE LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE Jen's Uniform Centre SUMMER END SALE ALL READY-MADE UNIFORMS OFF We have to make room for our new fall and winter collection in the latest materials: FORTREL FORTREL COTTON DACRON ARNEL 404 5th Street South Phone 328-3631 Upstairs than the typists and reception- ists already on hand. The local Medical Associa- tion allows its doctor-on-call to be used as the same for the Red Cross clinic, as it is na- tional Red Cross policy that a doctor be on stand-by. This is in addition to Dr. Keith Low- ings, chairman of the blood donor clinic who is usually present at the clinics. "It takes a lot of humor to put up with this said Mrs. Holroyd, "But most donors are patient and good-natured, par- ticularly the young people. The local Red Cross Blood donor clinic currently under way in S'outhmlnster hall Wed- nesday, 6 to 9 p.m. and Thurs- day to 11 a.m. and 6 tc 9 p.m. THREE STEPS TO HELP STOP 1. USE OUR COMMERCIAL MACHINES 1. USE OUR SOFTENED WATER 3. USE OUR PURE SOAP CONCENTRATE The Soap is FREE Which shouldn't be. But come and see, We're out of our tree! THEBIV LAUNDERETTE 1263 3rd Avenue South Back-Tc-School PHANTOM SALE THUR., FRI. ond SAT. SEPTEMBER 3, 4 and 5 Opaque Panty Hose Reg. 2.50. p ftfl SALE t.UU Non-Run Panty Hose R.g. 2.50. y ft ft SALE fc.UU One Size Sheer Panty Hose 1.50. 1 1Q SALE 1.13 Midi Knee Hi's Reg. 1.00. SALE 790 OPEN THURSDAY TILL 9 P.M. PRIMROSE SHOP 313 6th ST. SOUTH PHONE 327-2244 Make the fresh fruit season last all year. rreserve 'B.C Bartlett Pears now. The season's oh so sweet! So make it last. By preserving fresn-trom-the-orchard B.C. Bartletts now, you can serve your family wholesome desserts and salads throughout the with your own delicious preserved pears. B.C. Bartlett Pears are perfect now lor fresh eating, too. Enjoy their juicy nutrition at snacktime in lunch kits fresh fruit salads. Serre aom For bookltrt on canning and freezing B.C. tree fruits, wrili Depl. 0.C. Tret Fruili Umiled, Kelowna, B.C. ;