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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - November 17, 1971, Winnipeg, Manitoba18 Winnipeg free press wednesday november 17, 1971 successful living by Doris dark dear Doris we Are getting married in a civil ceremony. Here is what i would like to do go to the court around on Friday afternoon. Have Din Ner in a restaurant with our parents Brothers and Sisters. From would go to my Mother s House for a. Party or Small reception with them and a few close friends. How do you word the invitations if most people would just be invited for the reception i d like to Wear a Nice Maxi maybe in dark Green velvet. Would it look strange to go to the court like that wedding plans dear wedding there won t toe room for i Jinny friends in an office at the court. Invite those you want for witnesses and any others close by word of Mouth. If the others get a formal invitation this could read re quest the pleasure of your com Pany at the wedding reception of their daughter and so if by Handwritten note same wording or general idea expressed informally. A Green velvet Maxi might be a the court but a delightful one. It is still your wedding Day and what you sky goes v dear Dork enclosed is., a copy of god and the doctor which i spotted on the Wall of a Toronto Doc Tor s office Many years ago. Tea at Cathedral anglican Church women of St John s anglican Cathedral will have a Tea with Home baking handicrafts and treasures for Sale to 5 . Nov. 20 in the Parish Hall 181 Church Avenue. Must say at the time i was rather shocked but of course today one sees an open request for payment displayed in most doctors and dentists offices. Just another sign that we live in a cold hard world. Time was when Money or payment were never mentioned by doctor or patient but of course As the rather Subtle verse Points out doctor never did get mrs. . Talk on Edinburgh the Winnipeg Burns club will meet noon saturday in the St. Regis hotel Smith Street. Alex Cross a member will speak about Edinburgh. Young clue sniffer meets policewoman woman drives milk truck dear Doris about the Mother who has a son 15, who keeps closing the drapes and acting in a Peculiar Way i too had. A son that acted the same Way at 15. Our family doctor said he ought to see a psychiatrist. My Mother opposed it and we did not go to one. A year later he became Vio Lent and had to be placed in a mental institution. Now he is 24, ill and psychiatrists Tell me if he had been taken a year earlier he would probably be cured today. So Tell problem to take her son to a psychiatrist As soon As possible. It is too late for me but it is not too late for her. A Mother who knows dear Mother i la write to problem at once with your Story. Yours is the second letter bearing a warning based on personal experience. Symptoms of paranoid schizophrenia Are not to be trifled Pearce Mcgrath our lady of Victory memorial Parish Winnipeg Manitoba was the scene of a double ring ceremony on Friday october 22, 1971 Joan daughter of or. And mrs. L. E. Mcgrath arid Harry Ewart son of or. Arid mrs. Win. Pearce of Sprucedale Ontario were United in holy Matrimony. The maid of Honor was miss Cathy Mcgrath sister of the Bride. Best Man was or. Yvon Marois and usher was or. Rene St. Pierre both from Kapuskasing Ontario. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the the Bride s parents where or. Doug Findlay gave the Toast to the Bride and or. John Dewolf offered Grace. Or. And mrs. Harry Pearce will reside in Moosonee on Tario. Minimum charge for wedding announcements. For 20 lines cents. For each additional line. Rate for publication of wedding picture available weddings arid engagements Mustbe submitted hours before publication Date. Take a glint tiie break at Eaton s it Rwy huddled in the Corner of the Cruiser car a Young offender Waits for one of the police officers to speak. He knows glue sniffing is against the Law but everyone else is doing it. Why should he be Odd Man out some fears Are dispelled when the woman officer turns to him places her hand gently on is and says need to tremble we re Here to help not Huff at juvenile division in the police station the lad is asked some questions his parents Are notified. He is hungry and is Given a Sandwich by the policewoman who has not left his Side. She talks jokes and questions. But he knows she Means business when she says certain things must change. He is agreeable when told he will have to attend weekly guidance classes As a first offender. Not every juvenile is Fortun ate enough to come to terms with a in Ner but there Are enough to make a policewoman s Job worthwhile. World War the Winnipeg police depart ment has employed women. From 1941 to 1956, there was Only one. In 1956 the number increased to four and now it stands at eight. Qualifications for the Job Are not precise says Deputy chief Jack Webster. At one time a policewoman had to be at least 25 years old then we lowered the age to 21 and now there is no age the eight women who Range in age from 23 to 60, have undergone the same recruit training As the men. Within the year they Are. Often up. For promo Tion. Reach the rank of first Constable they Are earning a year the same wage As the men. At any Given time a police woman can be found on Cruiser car patrol conducting Venile cases working with the narcotics squad or trying to track Down an illicit gambling operation. They Wear no official police uniform although the Deputy chief would see them Wear regular basis to identify them to the y Lucienne Geh has a 12-year Veteran of the Force explained Why she preferred to be without the uniform. Most of the people i Deal with know me without a uni form. As far As juveniles go it would act As a Barrier. We Don t want them to think of us in terms of a uniform but Day care meeting a committee to establish a Day care Centre for children will meet 8 . Thursday at 812 Wolseley Avenue suite 10. Women interested in working on the committee Are invited to the meeting sponsored by the Winnipeg women s liberation. Rather As concerned people who Are trying to however we Are not social workers although we do some counselling. More often than not we will refer them to the proper in the juvenile Branch the police officer s work generally takes the form of preventive programs or the investigation of offences. We do the same work a detective would do. We try to establish the reasons Why an offence occurred such As the background of the child the environment in which he was living and the circumstances surrounding the even a seasoned police offi cer like Constable Gelinas can be horrified by some of the sights on her tour of duty. She was recently involved in a Case of a 13-year-old girl of amphetamines who was hitch hiking across. Canada. When i saw her she had Needle Marks covering both behind her Knees and on the soles of. Her feet. Her veins were hard bumpy and noticeably inflamed. There were places on her that had been traces of the times she did not have a Needle available to Send the Speed she was using directly into her sys the girl was straightened out somewhat and now is determined any children she May have will never go through this same night j Dartmouth . Up Beverley Himes likes people and the outdoors so what Bette Job could she find than deliver ing milk for a Dairy mrs. Himes 29, said she would stagnate if she was up behind a desk and saw nothing but she drove a dry cleaning firm s truck in Thunder Bay ont. For three years before returning Here in 1969. She says that for a married woman with two school age children delivering milk is Al most the perfect Job. She starts work at a.m., an hour she hates but finishes about ., so is Home in time to Greet her children after school and prepare the evening meal. Mrs. Himes loads her own truck and is treated the same As the men on the Job. She is the Only woman delivering milk Here. Paul Morash sales manager for twin cities co operative Dairy ltd., where she works says he would expect a woman to be better in the Dairy Busi Ness because she is dealing with housewives and knows Dairy products and their uses. The wife of a bread delivery Man mrs. Himes says if a woman does t apply for a Job because she is afraid she might not be accepted she s got no business being in the business Greenwood Tea Greenwood United Church women will hold a Tea with a Sale of Home baking sewing and attic 2 to . Saturday in the Church Lall 533 Greenwood place. To tour theatre the studio group of so women s musical club of Winnipeg Mil tour the Manitoba theatre Centre Market ave be 2 . Monday. Required immediately nurse for 15 bed Hospital upon arrival in Killam. Complete near Hospital furniture Kitchen fare reimbursed single accommodation equjpt., Linen lights in Large House trailer another . At a reasonable rate. Daily air and mail ser vice to Winnipeg also train service 3 times weekly. Tele phones direct to and radio. Salary Range from to depending upon experience. Please Contact mils b. . Nursing supervisor Willim Hospital inc. . Box 130 Willim Man. Or phone 1-652-2600 Only visit Eaton s and meet miss Vir Ginia Carr special Clinique Beauty consultant who will be in our downtown store from thursday november 18th until saturday november 27th or pop out to Eaton s Polo Park and meet miss Astrid Verduyn. Aik them about Clinique the one Beauty and skin Are program that really works really keeps your complexion ing fresh and alive. Eaton s has All Clinique s marvellous allergy tested make up and skin Core essentials we feature just five of them Here. With each Clinique Purchase totalling 7-50 or More you la receive a special Beauty kit from Clinique at no extra Cost. Be sure to ask for yours. In Nique facial soap mild or extra strength. 9.00 extremely gentle cleansing Cream Ojo 10-oz. 12.30 Crystal clean cleansing Oil 6 Al. Oz.--7-50 12 Al. 12.50 clarifying lotions 1, 2 and 3, 6 f i. Oz.7jo 12 Al. Of. 12.50 exfoliating lotion cleans and clears oily skin. 6 f i. A Eaton s to life Model Zigzag stitching three Needle positions overcast mends Darns makes perfect buttonholes Complete with smart rugged Model 830 carrying Case budget terms available Singer centers of Singer company of Canada Ltd 214 me a Tofu 7w-2110 Polo Park shopping Centre wite 786-6003 Garden City shopping Centre phone 339-1945 424 Portage Avenue 942-5101

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