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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Reaction All Been Favorable CBC Announcer Avoids 'Male Imitation' OTTAWA CP "This Is CBO'f, Channel 4, the modulated voice says. Stalion' break over, mike off, Joan Brewery sils back in the announcer's booth at Stu- dio X hi Ihe CBC's Lanark Avenue building, rushes through a pile of nolalions and peers at "I can never get used to this 24.hour she says, looking rather as if she might not make it. for the next break. She does, however, every time. Mrs. Brewery, 42, is one of two full-time women announ- cers employed by the CBC English-language network, a statistic that fails to drive her into a frenzy of militancy de- fending her sex. "Earl Cameron saying 'Now here is the news from Cam- bodia' sounds quite a bit dif- ferent from me saying 'Now here is the news from Cam- bodia.' People miss that sound of heavy male authority." She recalls that in 1967, dur- ing a four-month spell as an announcer during Ihe sum- Bean Bag Skills Important To Prof. BURNABY, B.C. (CP) How many different ways can you pick up a bean bag. without using your hands? The. answer's important to three Simon Fraser University professors who completed a three-year project designed lo make physical education in schools more individualized. And the project head Dr. Glenn Kirchner says the bean bag is just one of many props teachers can use for the new in- dividualized approach. He says that such methods TOOTHACHE Don't suiter agony. Relieve pain En seconds as millions do with ORA-JEL. When you can't get to ths dentist get fast ora-jel are superior to the traditional way of teaching PE because it prevents children from becom- ing bored with assigned group activities and allows poor stu- dents to dp their best without fear of failing. Dr. Kirchner and Professors Jean Cunningham and Eileen Warrell spent three years devel- oping methods and working with the children of Porter Street el- ementary'school in nearby Co-" quitlam. The result is a 346-page book explaining the new concept, along with three pamphlets on volleyball, basketball and track and several films. The authors have toured B.C., other provinces and the United States explaining the methods with these teaching aids. "We had unanimous support from el- ementary school teachers for this says Dr. Kirch- ner. CASH BINGO HUNGARIAN OLD TIMERS HALL TONIGHT, SATURDAY 8 O'CLOCK A Blackout Bingo played far Illl won .very Saturday plug 2 7-Number Jackpou. JACKPOTS NOW AND S Cards for er 25c each (located Next to No. 1 Firehall) mcr, there was a complaint after she had read the radio news one Saturday morning. But so far during her present stint which started in Febru- reaction lias been all fa- vorable. "I avoid trying to sound ul. Ira-ultra feminine or aggres- she says. Broadcasting was not quite what Joan Brewery had iri mind when, as a child, she looked forward-to an acting GOLDEN WEDDING-Mr. and Mrs. Wishart B. Aitken of Lethbridge celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a family dinner at Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant. Guests included their three daughters, Mr. and Mrs. (Christina) Moss, Mrs. D. C. L. (Margaret) Madame, both of Lethbridge and Mrs. D. H. (Marion) Irwin of Fort Smith, N.W.T., eight grandchildren including Mr. and Mrs. Ron May of Calgary and one great grandchild. Also present were Mr. Aitken's brother who was best man and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Aitken of Rye, New York. Mr. and Mrs. Aitken were married in St. Mary's Anglican Church, Dailkeith, Scotland, with Rev. Gregoirs officiating. Mr. Aitken, a veteran of ths First World War, came to Canada in 1929 and Mrs. Aitken and family followed two years later. After 23 years of service at the Lethbridge Provincial Gaol, he retired as deputy warden in 1955. Terry Blond's Photography career. Since her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Jackson, were amateur actors steeped in productions in the Ottawa area, she would lag along with them to watch rehears- als. "I look journalism at Carle- ton, bul 1 was still more inter- ested in she sayss So afler graduation she accepted a scholarship to act at Welles- ley, the girls' college in Bos- ton which had a summer thea- tre. Will) "visions of being a starving actress in New she then headed olt to the big city. But six months later she became disen- chanted and returned home where she married John Brewery, now a CBC parlia- mentary reporter. In they went to Ger- many for three years where he was stalioned in the army. There she accepted an offer to do a weekly woman's pro- gram on a CBC afiilitate sta- tion beamed at Canadian troops An interview with singer Vera Lyn eventually was broadcast in Canada on Trans-Canada Matinee, so she continued sending tapes to that show for some time. WILL GO ON TV Radio work, willing ard acting have, along with rais- ing five children, taken up most of Mrs. Brewery's time since her return home. But starting in September she will appear with radio personality Max Ferguson in a half-hour network television show to be broadcast week- days by-the CBC. "It's a soft-sell information show in the framework of a Mrs. Brewery says. "I play myself, Joan Brew- ery. Johnny will be on occa- sionally, particularly if he's back from a trip or some- tiling, and maybe the children will be on at Christmas. Max will play my brother who lives in this house. with my family, "It 'Hill be all conversation and everything will be com- pletely out of Max's or my ex- periences, expressing our own opinions." DEAR ANN LANDERS: Please tell me if thsre is some- thing wrong with my mind, like menial illness, I mean. I am twelve years old and I am so cheap it is disgusting. 1 just love ii when somebody buys me an ice cream cone or gives me half a candy bar. And I am thrilled when 1 get a present of any kind. But when it comes to spending a dime on someone else I can always think of a dozen reaons why 1 shouldn't. I save almost all my allowance. Right now 1 have put away. On Mother's Day I made up a poem so I wouldn't have to spend any money on a present. My mother was very pleased and even said it was a better gift than anything money could buy. On Father's Day I did the same thing. The poem I composed for my dad wasn't as good as as Mom's and 1 think maybe he caught on to me. Please explain why a 12-year-old should act like this. Will 1 outgrow it? (P.S. I asked my Mon: for a postage stamp to mail this letter although I have stamps of my own. See whal I DEAR CHEAP: Yeah, I see what you mean and you are not going to outgrow it. You'll probably get worse unless you make a conscious effort to improve. Decide whal you consider your responsibilities (apparently a Mother's Day gift falls into this category! although it need then force yourself to acl on it. After a while, you will establish a pattern of "coming through" when you feel you should and it won't be so painful, DEAR ANN LANDERS: 1 was going until a man I loved very much (still A couple of months ago, I thought for sure I was pregnant. I was certain he would marry me but I was wrong. Instead he gave me 52500 and told me 1 could do what I wanted put a payment on a house .get an abortion or leave town. Marriage wasn't one of the choices he offered. I decided to buy a house and stay in town, hoping he'd change his mind. Now I find I am not pregnant and never was. I was too ashamed to admit the truth so I lied and said I had a miscarriage. He believed me. Last week he told me in plain language that our romance is finished because he cannot afford any -more scares like the one I gave him. He also said a 26-year-old girl you are too dumb for me." 1 am renting the house and giving him a percentage of the rent. But I feel guilty because I lied to him. Should I tell him the truth so I can sleep better at night? 1 promise to do as you say. Up At 26 DEAR 26: Tell him the truth. Since he gave you Die money and the choices, house belongs to you. I hope now you will sleep better at night and alone. Saturday, September i, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAIB 17 longdistance is half a buck pn Sunday! TO ANY PLACE IN ALBERIA ers How will you know when the real thing comes Ask Ann Landers. Send for her booklet, "Love Or Sex And How To Tell The Difference." Send 35 cenls in coin and long, self-addressed, stamped envelope with your request. AT LAST! ke up with MOISTURIZERS Asofrdewy look... A sohr siyioork skiN Make-Up that j colours you up.. without covering you up. 'V.E (MOISTURE TRANSLUCENT MAKE-UP BY DuBARRY Semi-sheer, clear tints of colour that smooths on then disappears. Leaving only a prettier, livelier you. Honest, Natural. Delicioualy real. Translucent baby-soft shades to flatter. FOR JUST A LITTLE BIT OF BEAUTIFUL COVERAGE A. MOISTURE PETALS TRANSLUCENT FLUID Semi-sheet eeteuf. Totally translucent. 8 tendershades. Each JJ.00. B. MOISTUREPETALSTRANSLUCENTMAKE-UPSTICrC...rragilecoIouri? mist skins with natural looking moisty-ness. 3 baby-smooth shades. Eaeh C. MOISTURE PETALS TRANSLUCENT FACE POWDER... Softens the shins, but doesn'l dim the glow of the skin underneath. Transparent. One shade for all skin tones. Each D. MOISTURE PETALS TRANSLUCENT PRESSED POWDER.. .The same sheer, transparent powder In pressed form. One shade for all skin tones. Each J3.M. E. MOISTURE PETALS TRANSLUCENT BLUSHING POWDER... the most beautiful way lo blush. Adds a subtle, natural glow. In regular and frost shades. 1506 9th AVENUE S PHONE 328-5512 A Calendar of Local Happenings Major Jack Ross Chapter IODE will hold a rummage sale Saturday. Sept. 12 in No. 2 gym of the Cine Sports Cen- tre beginning at 9 a.m. Preceptor Eta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will meet in the home of Mrs. W. Olafson, 3402-Lakewocd Ed. Tuesday at p.m. The regular business meeting of the Quota Club will be held Tuesday at p.m. in the home of Mrs. S. Peszat, 2510 20 Ave. S. A full attendance is requested. e Hour glass Tops Club will hold its regular meeting on Wednesday in the nurses' lounge at St. Michael's General Hospital. New members are welcome. For information call 3284043 or 327-1958. e a Southminster phurch UCW Units will meet as follows: Grace Marshall: with Mrs. H. Hudson, Wilson Siding. Members to meet at the home of Mrs. R. Needs, 630 13th St. S., Wednesday at 2 p.m.; Susan Galbraith: Mrs. E. Felger, 1304 6th Ave. S., Wed- nesday at p.m.; 61 Unit: Mrs. B. Kocken, 1241 7th Ave. S., Monday, Sepl. 14 at p.m.; Ellen Denoon: Mrs. E. G. Hunter, 1113 19th St. S., Wed- nesday at 3 p.m.; Alma Buchannan: Mrs. P. M. Sauder, 1309 7th Ave. S., Wed- nesday at p.m.; Mrs. H. L. Bailey, 1011 22nd St. S., Tuesday, Sept. 15 at 8 p.m.; Tuesday evening: church lounge, Tuesday, Sept. 15 at Helen Draff in: church lounge, Wednesday at p.m.' Elizabeth Beagh: church hall, Wednesday at p.m.; 48 Group: church hall, Sept. 21 at p.m.: Ogden: Mrs. M. Bullied, 2133 6th Ave. N., Tuesday, Sepl. 15 at p.m. QUALITY DRY CLEANING AT NO EXTRA COST BENJAMIN'S CLEANERS TAILORS 317 10th Street South PHONE 327-5771 'five CPR Pensioners meeting will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. in local dub rooms. A good at- tendance requested. a Zi Iota of Beta Sigma Phi will hold its Tuesday meeting al Ihe home of Mrs. Doreen Wilcocks, 3503 10 Ave. A S., at 8 p.m. Co-hostess is Mrs. Au- drey Attwell. The regular meeting of Lau- rel Chapter, No. 43, OES, will be held in the Masonic Hall on Monday, at 8 p.m. Visiting members are cordially invited to attend. The Melling McMahon Sec- tion of St. Augustine's ACW will meet in the home of Mrs. W. J. White, 1811 14 Ave. S., Tuesday at 3 p.m. e 9 Maple Leaf Chapter OES will hold a pot hick supper Tues- day at p.m. with B meet- ing to follow at 8. The Chinook Area Lethbridge Division will honor members of. the area who have served for five or more years service in the city, at a pol luck supper Sept. 23 in St. Augustine's Church hall. Included in th- honors list are Mrs. Frank Ward, who has served the area as district commissioner, .division com- missioner and area commis- sioner. Ruby Lester, 1st Co. (1956- Mars' Drinkell 1st Co. Dorothy Green 6th Co. Garnett Shippo- botham 7th pack Louise Zatto 3rd pack (1963- and Marion Robinson 7th Co., 7th pack (1962 The general public is invited to a garden parly sponsored by Ihe faculty wives of the Lethbridge Community College on Saturday, Sept. 12, from 2.30 to p.m. Tours will be conducted between 3 and p.m. LA. TO f.O.l. BINGO Monday, Sept. 7th JACKPOT 55 NOS. "20 ALARM BINGO" Gold Card Pay Door Prize-Free Cordi (Many exlrat) Regular Cards lie er I for !3th SI. and 4th Ave. 'A' N. No children under 16 allowed Men Replace Waitresses At U.S. Dinner CORONADO, Calif. (AP) Within a week after women's Liberation Day, 90 veteran waitresses have learned they apparenlly will be replaced by men at President Nixon's slate dinner Thursday honoring Mex- ican President Gustavo Diaz Ordaz. "Aren't we good enough to serve the president and his asks Ivy Easley, 40, a waitress for 26 years. "We've been getting ready for she said here. "Many of ns even bought expensive wigs." Tim Elborne, n While House spokesman, said simply, "state dinners have always been served by wallers." About 50 waiters have been hired through the San Diego local of the Waiters, and Bar- tenders Union AFL-CIO, a union spokesman said. Tha waitresses, who work six days a week and make to in tips during their four- hour dinner shift, stand to lose a day's wages. They have sent their story via telegram to the western White House, to California Gov. Ronald Reagan and to several congressmen. Regular meeting of the Leth- bridge Auxiliary to Shrine Hos- pitals for Crippled Children will be held Tuesday, Sept. 15 in the home of Mrs. J. A. Morris, 529 20 St. S. at p.m. first United Church Women Units will meet as follows: Margaret Atkens Thurs day at 2 p.m. Annie I. Chappell: Thursday, Sept. 29 at 2 p.m. with Mrs. R. Langworthy 1320 4 Ave. N. Lily Jackson: Monday, Sept. 14 at 8 p.m. with Mrs. J. Smith 645 22 S't. N. Jubilee: Tuesday at p.m., supper meeting, with Mrs. G. Halsey, 1232 3 Ave. S. Clara King: Monday, Sept. 14, in evening following visits to shut-ins, with Mrs. M. Boul- lon, 1008 7th Ave. S. Emily Lylle: Thursday at 2 p.m. with Mrs. E. Clayton 509 12 St. N. Magowan-Harieman: Thurs- day at 2 p.m. with Mrs. L. Roadhouse 1607 6 Ave. S. Whit more-Johnston: Thurs- day at 8 p.m. with Mrs. L. Smith 1409 16 St. N. Members are reminded of donations to bake sale at Eatons on Saturday Sept. 12 at 2 p.m. Learn Hairdressinc MARVEL BEAUTY SCHOOL REDUCED RATES-TERMS WRITE FOR FREE INFORMATION OVER METROPOLITAN STORE 8lh Ave. Weil, Calgary INCOME TAX COURSE Includes curie fit lax laws, thsoiy, and application as practiced in Block elliccs from co.isl to coast. 24 3'hour sessions (2 per week tor 12 weeks) with Canada's Largest ENROLL NOW! Classes Start September Write of Ca Job Placement Atmtnnee Available 815 3rd Ave. 3. Ph. 327-3712 no obligation 10 enroll NAME long distance is half a buck on Sunday! TO ANY PLACE IN AlBERFA long distance is half a buck on Sunday! ANY PWGE IN ALBERTA long distance is half a buck oa Sunday! TO ANY PIACE IN ALBERTA It's the talk of the Province! On Sundays you can call long dis- tance ANYWHERE IN ALBERTA and talk for three minutes for a maximum of fifty cents. SUNDAY 50" saves you time as well as'money because this rate ap- plies lo ODD calls. Just dial direct to anyone in the province, then start talking. It's a nice way to keep in touch. You can do a lot of iong-distance talking for just half a buck anytime between Saturday mid- night to 6 a.m. Monday. "Rates do not apply to person-to-person, collect, third party billing, time and charge, coin phone, or credit card calls. If you happen to live fn an area, without ODD service, SUNDAY SO rates apply to station to station calls placed with the Operator. long distance is half a buck on Sunday! TO ANY PUCE IN ALBERTA long distance is half a buck on Sunday! TO ANY RACE IN ALBERTA long distance is half a buck on Sunday! I oovrmmxT minima ;