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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thunder, September 14, 1972 Dan George says culture in danger CALGAUY (CP) Modern western culture should turn to that of the Indians to about brotherhood, Chief Dan George of Vancouver said here. WeeWhimsy BINGO Scandinavian Hall 229 12lh SI. "C" N. Fri., Sept. 15 Slarls ut p.m. Doors Open ot p.m. 5 Cards for GOLD CARDS PAY DOUBLE EACH 4th, 8th and 12th Gomel in 7 Numbers or leij WORTH in 55 Numbers Sorry Tio Undar 16 Yeats of Aga Allowed I He told the Women's Cana- I San Club that he grew up in a communal smokehouse with his grandfather and other members his family and that they earned to livn with and res- >ect one another. "Yet today, I see people liv- ing in smokelwuses 100 times >igger than one I knew and hey don't even know the per son in the next apartment. Is that brotherhood? "My culture does not have much' to offer you, but we do jrize friendship and compan- ionship. We do not look on pri- vacy as something to cling to. It only builds walls. 'We have taken so much from your culture, I wish you had taken something from ours." But the chief said his culture is in danger of being swallowed up and forgotten. "Integration is upon us and soon we will have no values but yours." He criticized the white man for his callous attitude toward nature which has stripped hills of their beauty, torn the bosom of the earth, choked the air and poisoned rivers and lakes, When it comes to hunting, white men have a different ap- proach there, too. "It is not the way of our oeo- just for the fun of it." DOCTORS NEEDED Lesotho, in Southern Africa, has a desperate shortage of doctors. The newly independent kingdom would be grateful to receive applications from Ca- nadian medical doctors to prac- tice in their country. For fur- ther details please contact XISC Headquarters, 56 Sparks Street, Ottawa KIP SB I. How do you answer your children's questions about God? Come to this Christian Science Lecture "ARE YOU LIVING IN THE by JOSEPHINE H. CARVER, C.S.B., of Boston, Massachusetts Alan Walton School Auditorium 6th and Mayor Magroth Drive, Lethbridgt Friday, September 15 p.m. ALL FOR ONE It's pretty hard to tell who's got the upper hand in this friendly free-for-all, but bets are the lit lie guys will manage to win. Bottom of the pile is Micliael Court, with cousin Bruce Court in his arms, and nephew Bruce Hall on top. Kerber Photo NBC-TV appoints Liu Bolen First woman daytime program director NEW YORK (AP) Women's page editors on newspapers, traditionally, arc women. Heads of TV daytime programming, also aimed pri- marily at an audience of w o.m c n, traditionally, are men. But has appointed the first woman director of daytime, network programs. She is Lin Bolen, 31, who has worked in TV for 10 years, the last five months, since going from Metromedia to NBC, working on late-night mystery movies shot fee TV. The most obvious question for a new head of daytime TV programming is, are you going to get rid of the soap operas? Miss Bolen's answer is no. "If I did that, every viewer would tune in ABC or CBS and watch their soaps. A lot AVON ARE YOU RECEIVING THE REGULAR, DEPENDABLE AVON SERVICE YOU DESERVE? if not please phone 328-7424 for a FREE Sample of people have a lot of trou- bles. They need to know tliat somebody else suffers the same things they suffa.-. It's a case where the soaps do fulfil a big need. "What we can do is address ourselves to the things you can write into a script. A lot of information fil- ters through the soap opera that people aren't aware of who write them off as trash. There is counselling about how to handle a cheating hus- band, medical advice, senior citizen problems. It all hap- pens on that tube. I think it can be constructive as well as entertaining." But some things are chang- ing, Ifiss Bolen says, "My mother, for instance, is a housewife who never worked, loves her gardening. But she will say, 'I wouldn't mind having a salary for what I do, to show I'm doing a job, I'm functioning.' She wouldn't have said that five years ago. I think all women are taking a new look at their roles; that is where they are changing. "I plan in my small way to address myself to this." How will Miss Bolen know what fare women enjoy? "Well, our research depart- ment does a lot ot research with the viewing audience, all kinds of polls and question- naires arc sent out. The day- time research is very accur- ate. It's a stable audience and they know the audience. "NBC didn't just hire me because I'm a lady but five years ago I can't say they would have recognized that I had ability. rr i jCivin