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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAIO fridny, Sopl.mber IS, More men seeking cosmetic surgery By JUHATE KAZICKAS NEW YORK (AP) In the denial quest for beauty and youth, increasing numbers of tneu arc seeking help from Burgeon's scalpel. Face-tins, nose alterations, hair tr.msplanls and other typss o( plastic surgery for mun have doubled ill Ihe last tlve years. "While it's still more common to see women asking for cos- metic surgery, men now com- prise about 15 lo 20 per cent of our says Dr. Eugene Courtiss, secretary of the Amer- ican Society for Aesthetic Plas- tic Surgery. Surgeons in New York, Miami and Los Angelra attribute (his increase to the continued em- phasis on youth and youthful ap- pearance, the competition among men for for the growing ac- ceptance of plastic surgery as a cosmetic aid. "Any man who wants to look better and younger, who carts about self-improvement and can afford the luxury, is considering plastic surgery as he never would have a few years says Dr. John Williams, a plas ic surgeon from Century City, Calif. Because it smacks of vanity, many men still seem reluctant o discuss their face-lilts as freely as they would a gallblacV dcr operation. But (lie word gets around. Plastic surgeons report more and more men come to them referred by other male patients. DIFFEHENT TODAY A study made by a team of psychiatrists and plastic sur- geons at the Johns Hopkins Uni- versity in 1960 indicated men asking for cosmetic sur- gery showed more psychopalh- ology and emotional problems than dirt women seeking similar operations. But several plastic surgeons feel the situation is different today. "A few years ago, only effem- inate men thought to have very narcistic needs came in for face says Dr. Dicran Goulian, director of plastic surgery at New York Hospital. Most of our mrde patients were artists and models; but new, normal, busi- ness-executive types are asking for the operation." The operation can last about two hours and costs about LEISTER'S u ivin Powerful force OTTAWA and organized a tuberculosis lospital for Japanese Immi- and a clinic at which immigrants could get free medical help. Following the attack on Pearl Harbor, the Shimotakaharas were moved by the government ,o Kaslo, B tiny communUy in ,he interior of British Colum- bia. Slie leaves a son, daughter and nine grandchildren. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upiioln) EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HAlL-Cor. 13lh Sf. and 6lh Ave. N. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15th O'CLOCK 4rfi and 8th 130 In 7 NUMBERS-l2th 5 CARDS FOR II.OO OR 25c EACH BLACKOUT JACKPOT 56 NUMBERS LUCKY NAME DRAW WORTH LUCKY NUMBER DRAW WORTH Uniftr Not Allowed SPONSORED IV ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CtUI ANNOUNCING! The arrival of our first shipment of RAJAC LEATHER AND CALF SUEDE COATS Exclmive, Incomparable The leather It premied In England from the choice Span- ish We have them in plain and in: Norwegian Fox Golden Possum Came In while our selection h complete and take advantage of our lay-away plan. u> omen's McFARlAND BLDG., LETHBRIDGE PHONE 327-2377 ;