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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta y, September 3, iht LsTHBRIDGE HERALD Landers Dear Ann Landers: Ten lashes with a wet noodle for you, baby. How could you adopt such an utterly square attitude toward that girl who went to bed with her dream guy, then "everything was different the magic was Wake up woman! The guy on the make is not crude and inconsiderate. He flatters her, wines and dines her and swears she's the love of his life. After he accomplishes his mission he may stick around and he may not. But he sure as hell doesn't have to treat her the same as he did before, because she's already been had. What I'm saying is, the dame who loses the guy because she gives in never had him in the first place. Modern morality no longer labels a girl who has premarital sex as a "tramp." (Notice I said premarital, not promiscuous.) The problem exists only in the heads of those dumb, sex- starved women and men, too. They confuse a little atten- tion with true swinger. Club corner All parents of the 14th Lethbridge Cubs, Scouts and Venturers are asked to attend the mass registration to be held Wednesday at 7 p.m. in McKillop United Church hall. Testimony meeting of Christian Science at p.m. Wednesday in the church auditorium, 1203 4th Ave. S. All are welcome. Friendship Lodge will hold the regular meeting Wednes- day at 8 p.m. in the IOOF hall. Usual lunch. Bridge City Toastmistress Club will commence their 1974-75 season Wednesday with a 7 p.m. dinner meeting at the Park Plaza Hotel. Infor- mation available from Delilah Strand. 327-9306. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES BLACKOUT (Played Until Won) LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM EVERY 8p.m. Dear Ex: Sorry, Buster, but an awful lot of girls jump into bed, thinking it's the way to enhance a man's interest. This error in judgment is not uncommon among the uninitiated, the lonely and the insecure which includes a large segment of the female population, both married and single. I firmly believe that bed is no place to get acquainted. Once the relationship is pegged at the bed level there is little (or no) interest in exploring a girl's ideas, character or anything else. It's "Hello. Let's go Goodbye." Dear Ann Landers: I am a widower with four married children, three boys and a girl. A few weeks after my wife died I told the children, "Your mother had four beautiful pieces of jewelry.. You all know her large diamond engagement ring belonged to her mother, so it's going to Mary. I hope she will hand it down to her daughter." I then explained that their mother's cocktail ring would go to the oldest son, the diamond wedding ring to the next oldest, and the wristwatch to the youngest. Since I made those statements some relatives have told me that all the jewelry should go to Mary because the boys' wives are not blood relatives and therefore not entitled to family heirlooms. My three daughters-in-law are fine girls and I want to do the right thing. What is it? Concerned Dear Concerned: Stick with your original plan. Daughters- in-law are entitled to heirlooms. Furthermore, equitable distribution among children makes for a much better family fading. What's prudish? What's O.K.? If you aren't sure, you need some help. It's available in the booklet: "Necking and Petting What Are the Mail your request to Ann Landers, P.O. Box 3346, Chicago, 111. 60654, enclosing 50 cents in coin and a long, stamped, self-addressed envelope WANT WOMEN PRIESTS HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) Roman Catholic nuns adopted a resolution Thursday calling upon their church to ordain women s priests. The resolu- tion approved by about 600 nuns tame at a leadership conference. LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE 1234-3rd Ave. North REGULAR WED. NIGHT BINGO 8 P.M. 25 GAMES DOUBLE MONEY CARDS MANY EXTRAS This Week's Jackpot in 56 Numbers 5 CMOS SI SI CARDS PAY DOUBLE DOOR PRIZE Wo one under >6 years allowed to play! lethbridge Dlllfifl WedMsda' fish I Came fesoc. DII113U at 8 ML Jackpot in 52 Numbers 3'jKkpols 4th 8th 10th In 7 COLO CARDS PAY DOUBLE FREE CARDS EAGLES HALL. 13th STREET N. FREE GAMES No Children Under IS Years B.G.'S PET FISH EMPORIUM 118-8thSt.S. Phone 328-4362 Plus UMADAMIOS Ml CATS CLOWN KNtra GOLD SWORDS HALF BEAKS KRIBENSIS OOUD HAMS ZIQ ZAO EELS SHOVELNOSE HATCHKTS LADIES AUXILIARY to the ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION SUPPEH mnim Monday, September 9th, 1974 Memorial Hail Cocktails 6 p.m. Supper p.m. Meeting 8 p.m. Wishing to Attend Please Phone Wyonne Odney 327-1653 Before 8 p.m. Friday, September 6th. All Members Welcome engraver enjoys 2 sy silhouette painting LONDON (CP) When Honoria Marsh emerged from three years with the Women's Royal Naval Service in 1948, she was at a loose end. "I couldn't type or do short- she said. "I didn't know what to do. "Then, by chance, a woman I knew asked me to draw her nephew. 'I don't draw profes- I told her. 'You do she said. That's how it all started." Today Miss Marsh, who had been drawing since the age of two but never had any 1'r.nnal art training, is recognized as Britain's leading glass en- graver and finest exponent of the revived art of the sil- houette. She is working on a series called The Trappings of State; an edition of 10 silhouette prints, issued in pairs in a limited edition of num- bered and signed. The first pair appeared in June and the entire series will be available by Christmas. The first two, brilliant in color and accurate in costume detail, are recognizable por- traits of Sir Anthony Wagner. Garter Principal King of Arms, and Yeoman Quarter- master H. T. Johns of the Tower of London. Her first venture on leaving the service was oil portraits which, she said, are "better forgotten." Then she met Len Siese, a craftsman of Hugue- not origin, who was respon- sible for glass repairs for the Cunard Steam-Ship Line. He asked Miss Marsh to help him design a motif for the mirrors of one of the liners and was so pleased with her work that he gave her a set of engraving tools. She discovered that she most enjoyed engraving gob- lets. Modern glass, she de- cided, was unsatisfactory, with an unhappy tendency to splinter under the impact of diamond engraving tools. But early 18th-century glass she found ideal. The plain- glass outsize goblets, suitable for engraving for presentation purposes, still turn.up and one London dealer saves any that come his way for her use. Not a single mistake can be made in glass engraving. Miss Marsh said. She works entire- ly freehand on glass and finds that two hours of intense concentration is all she can stand. Well-known firms commis- sioned her to engrave goblets lor retiring chairmen. The Rothschild family asked her to depict the Chateau Latif vineyards and the chateau it- self. On a Churchill goblet were symbols of the states- man's many hobbies, plus a glimpse of a half-smoked ci- gar. Miss Marsh pencils sketches in meticulous detail, making notes on colors and design. Then she paints the profiles in India ink, with the details of hair and clothing added in water colors. With paints specially mixed, she at- tains a brilliance that is usual- ly found only in oils. In 1972 the National Por- trait Gallery, London, staged an exhibition of silhouettes covering 200 years, in which Honoria Marsh the only contemporary artist repre- 16 studies. 'CANNONBALL' HURT TEWKESBURY, England (Reuter) Human cannon- ball Mary Conners, 21. nursed a sore back and bruises Tues- day after her third un- successful attempt to be blasted 90 feet across the River Avon. Tas te of v ic to ry Competition can mean man against man, man against nature, man against machine and boy against boy. For Mark Miller, 11, of Philadelphia, the sweet taste of first prize in a playground pie eating contest is something to smile about. Lady doctor combines medicine with flying OTTAWA (CP) Maj. Wendy Clay of Terrace, B.C., is about to realize an ambition of combining the challenge of medicine with flying whea she becomes the first woman to be awarded pilot's wings by the Canadian Forces. The 31-year-old flight sur- geon graduated Friday with five males from advanc- ed training at CFB Moose Jaw, Sask. Brig.-Gen. L. V. Johnson, chief of staff for Canadian Forces Training Command, pinned the wings on Maj. Clay at a ceremony marking the end of training that involv- ed 230 hours in a Tutor jet air- craft. The forces announced here last week that Maj. Clay has taken training identical with that of her male counterparts, including formation flying, in- strument flying, night flying and aerobatics. A statement quoted Col. Ralph Annis, base com- mander at Moose Jaw, as say- ing Maj. Clay will not be an operational fighter pilot. But her training would permit her to talk with pilots on an equal footing. "Flight surgeons should be able to discuss all aspects of aerospace medicine and flying that might effect a pilot's abilities and capabilities in the he said. Maj. Clay said she became a pilot because she wanted to "combine the flying challenge with medicine." She said she hopes to continue flying jets as much as her medical duties will permit. She now will return ,o her position as flight surgeon at the training Command head- quarters in Winnipeg. We Still Hays A Large Selection Of SHOE Loei Joe S SHO DOWNTOWN ON SIXTH STREET Open Thursday 'til 9 p.m. All Colors Styles and Sizes Rare virus claims life of Boston boy BOSTON (AP) A young child stricken with eastern eruine encephalitis died at ".v'issachusetts General Hospital Friday night. He was James leneilo, 6. Another child, Shawn Pyatt, 14 months, remained in critical condition with the dis- ease today at Children's Hospital Medical Centre. The outbreak of the dis- transferred by mos- quitoes which have picked up the virus from affected fatal in 50 per cent of the cases, doctors say. This was the first occurrence of the disease reported this year in the United States. Eastern equine encephalitis is primarily a disease of horses and large birds, and rarely affects humans. Common symptoms of the various types of the disease are drowsiness, including coma in some cases, headache, fever, and sometimes vomiting and blurred vision. KELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Need Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CALL 328-2MO FOR PICK-UP SERVICE or LEAVE AT 412 1st AVE. S. Ladies' Auxiliary To The Original Pensioners And Senior Citizens' Society FALL TEA AND BAZAAR Saturday, Sept. 7th 2 te 5 p.m. Gym 1 Civic Sports Centre Door Prize Admission 50c Everyone Welcome T BLACKOUT IN 55 NUMBERS OR LESS (I one fnnrribcT pw wMrik WTO) won) GAME SSO JACKPOT 9th GAME (X) 10th Game Jackpot in 50 Numbers FUSE BUS nosre AFTER JMKOO ttilMORIAL HALL PUBLIC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY LOUNGE CHILDREN UNDER 16 NOT ALLOWED Sflnnso'ecl try isles' Ajnliary ro Canadian legion Singer introduces tomorrow's great convert ibie, with a unique 2-way sewing surface thai goes from flat to tubular sewing instantly! Suddenly .di'licuSt sewing are -easy1 Suddenly .a who's new world oJ sewing projects is open 10 you' AH because the FUTUflA 11 sewing -machine- is here1 Wijh ij? lisp-easy convertibility Iron Hat IP "Jree-arm" sewing. 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