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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, April 15, 1974 Herald Family Children allowed to have say in custody hearings VANCOUVER (CP) The previously-unheard voices ot children who are subjects of custody dispute cases will be brought to British Columbia courtrooms by Canada s first tamilv advocates two newly- appointed Vancouver lawyers Our focus will be to represent the child and make sure the child s voice is heard in the courtroom where his or her future is being decided, savs Somers, 30 one of the lawyers recently appointed bv the Royal Commission on Family and (hildren s Law Mr Somers and the other appointee Jane Auxier 29 will be attached to a unified family court being set up in the Surrey-Delta region in B C s lower mainland The appointments are the tirst ot their kind in Canada and since the job is so Mr Somprs savs 'it s a role that had to be defined as we go along This cou'd involve getting the child s point of view before the court having assessments made if bv psychiatrists and social workers and bv ensuring that all relevant BINGO April 15th Jackpot in 52 Nos. "20 ALARM BINQO" SI Gold Pay Doubla Door Carda (Many Other Ragular Carda 2Sc or 5 lor 13lhSt and 6th "A" N No children under 16 allowed evidence about the parents is introduced Miss Auxier notes that sometimes when parents both have unfavorable traits, such as drinking problems or emotional instability they make agreements to conceal them on a tit-for-tat basis before they go to court We're not going to stand back and make value judge- ments about how we see the best interests of the she says What we 11 be doing is making sure that all the evi- dence is brought forward Mr Somers says the job could also entail having an assessment made on family if d judge so directs, asking leave of the court to subpoena documents such as medical lecords and calling in expert witness to give advice on what s best lor the child The advocates are graduates of the University of B C Law School and both have concentrated on family law in their private practices rhev will begin their new jobs once legislation is passed to set up the unified family court probably around the end of this month Complaints from women EDMONTON (CP) The Alberta Human Rights Commission has received 211 complaints from women since last March 1973 concerning job discrimination Information tabled in the legislature showed most complaints 117 dealt with advei tisements and applications for employment Terms and conditions of employment triggered 60 complaints That spring feeling With the last trace of snow gone and grass absence. Mike and Paul Harte of Toronto did their beginning to turn green, playgrounds lure young- best to get the kinks out of these metal horses sters to try out the equipment after a long winter m a Toronto park Precious gems, elaborate design mark of master Easter egg maker UKRAINIAN GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH BINGO TUESDAY, April 16 p.m. EAGLES HALL 13th St. N. Jackpot in 56 numbers increases and one No. weekly Mini Jackpot, Top and Bottom Line in 31 Nos. Increaiea and one No each week all Regular Bmgoa 510 DOOR PRIZE-FREE CARDS-25S par card 5 carda RICHMOND. Va (AP) Three quarters of a century ago given the right circumstances, you could have given your wife an elaborately decorated Easter egg containing a surprise which she could see by pressing a huge emerald button But the circumstances had to be right You had to be emperor and autocrat of all the Russias and thus dispenser of the incalculable wealth which the imperial enjoyed Blessed with that title and that wealth you would have received a flawlessly crafted egg trom the House of Peter Carl Faberge perhaps the most celebrated goldsmith since Benvenuto Cellini Faberge s artistic empire collapsed 57 years ago along with the reign of Russia s czars But many of his eggs survive Five are on display at the Virginia Museum here Besides the pncelss Easter eggs from the imperial court, the collection includes dozens of small ones, pendants, picture frames, flowers, icons jewelry and other objects It came to the museum 27 years ago in a station wagon, escorted by two gallery officials carrying sidearms, and is on permanent display in a mezzanine gallery The collection was a bequest from the wife of a General Motors vice- president She apparently started it on a whim Lillian Thomas Pratt had not been a serious art collector, but in the 1930's she purchased most of the works from the Hammer Gallery m New York on the advice of Victor Hammer He is the brother of Dr Armand Hammer, president of Occidental Petroleum Corp Dr Hammer has maintained close ties with Moscow for years as an art collector and petroleum executive The five imperial eggs which Mrs Pratt willed to the Virginia Museum before her death m 1947 are part of Faberge's total production of 56 to 58 Forty-five are known still to exist The eggs are the ultimate in the jeweler's art, with elaborate wrought gold, enamels, miniature portratis, diamonds and other gems such as lapis lazuli, emeralds, sapphires and rock crystals Several contain intricate gaddetry It was the custom at Easter to exchange Easter eggs, telling the recipient, "Christ is risen And at the Russian court, the egg often contained a surprise The earliest imperial one in the Virginia collection was presented to Czarina Alexandra Feodrovna by her husband, Nicholas II. m 1896 THE BETTER HALF Three years in the making, it is a rock crystal egg 10- mches high and four in diameter The two halves are held together with a vertical band set with scores of small diamonds Inside are a dozen miniature paintings The paintings revolve around the gold axis of the egg At the apex is a 27-karat emerald the size of a robin's egg When depressed, it engages a hook at the top of the pictures, when the emerald is twisted the miniature pictures revolve on the axis and a new one is diclosed to view It may well be the world's most expensive push button Faberge, the man who created the eggs, fled Russia at the time of the 1917 revolution and died in Switzerland in 1920 He concentrated on over all design and left the details to trained employees A stickler for perfection Faberge is said to have kept a sledge at his desk with which to smash to pieces any artistic creation which failed'to satisfy him Athletic abilities debated NEW HAVEN (AP) A would-be little- leaguer argued with her older brother outside fedeial court as lawyers inside debated the athletic abilities of girls Howard Needle, 12, a live-year Little League veteran in Fairfield, was asked in the court corridor what he thought ol his sister as a ballplayer She s not bad for her age he said Then Melissa Needle 9 who would like to pitch and play shortstop along with the boys, was asked what she thought of Howard s baseball ability He stinks she declared unhesitantly Melissa and her mothei have sued the Fan field Little League Inc claiming sex discrimination has kept the from playing in the all-boy league I! S District Judge Jon Newman reserved decision Wednesday on the suit s request for a temporary injunction that 'would allow Melissa to join the Little League this year man heard experts argue whether girls have reflexes bones and muscles to keep up safely with boys on the playing fields WeeWhimsv Cancer patients aided EDMONTON (CP) Improved co-ordinated of surgical, radiation and drug therapy can cure most young cancer patients or help them survive longer. Dr Marilyn Sonley, Chief of Pediatrics at Toronto s Princess Margaret Hospital said this week She said in an interview that co-ordination of the three specialities for both diagnosis and treatment provides more accurate assessment of the disease and the required threatment Dr Sonley, in Edmonton to address doctors and scientists on behalf of the Alberta By Barnes FABRIC SALE Denim Flowered 100% cotton Reg. 3 95 yard Yard 2 99 36" Hand Woven Reg 2.99 yard Yard Indian Cotton Cotton Knits Drapery Sailcloth division ol the Canadian Cancer Society said children with cancer should be transferred to a major centre to receive the proper care In some cases she said a doctor may operate to remove what apparently is a localized cancer only to find later that the malignancy was more widespread and could have been fought more effectively with drugs It s better to find the full extent in the first place and do the full treatment then She said drug combinations have helped many children suffering from leukemia to live years longer than before Barry mil be sent the original art (or his quote Send your child s quotation to this paper A longshol PITTSBURGH Pa (AP) A longshot that raced across the finish made a retired Irwm Pa schoolteacher 000 richer Its still such a dream said Cordelia M Campbell one of 11 persons who held first place tickets in the Irish Sweepstakes Quizair, a 28-1 longshot, was the winner Calendar Disabled On the Move will meet at 7 30 p m Tuesday at the home of Frank Merkl, 2711 21st Ave. S. (Please note change of time and location.) Topics for discussion include parking meters and thev societies act For more information contact Frank Merkl at 328-4029 or Gerald Trechka at 329-0911 All interested persons welcome The regular monthly meeting of the 1914-1918 War Veterans will be held at the Legion Memorial Hall at 2 p m Tuesday Special entertainment will be Dennis Clancv and Arthur Spmk of Scotland Lunch will be served The Ladies Aid ot St Peter cind St Paul s Oreek Catholic Church will hold its regular meeting at 8 p m Tuesday in the parish hall Hostesses for the evening will be Margaret Terleski and Mary Zuback Roll call for the evening will be paper goods The Ladies Auxiliary to the ANAF will hold a general meeting at 8 p m tonight in the club rooms Dues are payable and ratfle stubs and money tor the May 8 tea should be handed in The Women's Auxiliary to the Lethbndge Municipal Hospital and Gait School of Nursing will hold its regular meeting at 2 p m Wednesday in the nurses residence lounge Waitress finds left as tip TORONTO (CP) A restaurant waitress was stunned when she picked up a 000 bill left for her as a tip Willa Moore had served a well dressed woman and her daughter a roast beef dinner worth 01 and received a compliment from them but the big tip turned out to be a mistake The two women came back the next day and Mrs Moore gladly refunded the money Patricia Patterson a Idshion co-ordmator, explained that she had meant to leave The 000 bill was a similar color and she had been given it in exchange for receipts from a fashion show not long before going to the restaurant I d never seen a 000 bill before Mrs Patterson said in an interview 'but I wasn t reallv worried I had the teelmg the money would be there She gave Mrs Moore a small reward Mr. Jack Derkson was the LUCKY WINNER of the Easter Food Hamper tponaored by the Lethbndge Y's MENETTES That face looks as though you slept in it Orion and Acrylic Fishnet Values to 3.99 yard 50% Polyester, 50% Cotton, Red, White arid Hue. 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