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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 W lEfHBRIOGE HERALO Vforfnnlriay, April 76, 1971 S'wgw' Maureen Forrester combines career and family I TORONTO real affectUmatt'ly ui i The Mont- daughter. Mo" by lier frieruK was more inter- ested duiim: her school days in playing than singing at the real.ils her mother set t play basketball 's b u t con- tralto M.iiii'irn Forrester docs oarr, S-L'.yX) a recital. Ami r.'V.v ihat slip has chil- dren, LUCS them her own braml n[ pnilaiicc. During fin interview at her mnnsion in fashoiu- ble Kosi'dnk' mi interview in- t e rr K pi r il by jangling tele- pianos and iho consui n! iio1.'.' of one eliil'.i complained about another: "Mother, he mr Tin- Rut while she says that her gives her presence, she also admits il ox eludes her from certain roles in opera. "I'm not really the Carmen You have to be slim and Maureen l-'orrosier iins book- ings v.'ell into 107-J. Recently, she took 12 days off from performances. U the longest holiday she has hml with her husband, Eugene Kash, the violinist and conductor, and their {ivo children, in two years. This spring, she Is scheduled to do Verdi's Requiem with the San Francisco Symphony. In l'J73. she the third-starring role of Unmgcna in TrUtnn and Isolde at tlie Vipiino State Opera House, Most of her work is on the p 1 a y e r circuit and she IIHS a i repertoire of more IJO or- hit him buck." chestral works in addition to 230 She iviiTif.v this direct, force- separate songs in seven differ- ent languages. Occasionally, .she digresses from the weighty world of opera, and indulges in a bit of Hglit fluff. She recently (aped a segment. Ail to the stage. From K'i' full height of five fool, nino inches, she delivers thi> lofty "If y.-ui're going to he a big ISOPKUI. you as well look bigger than big on stage. IE the Tommy Banks show at Wre goiiiy to be big, be mag- tlic CBC Edmonton television studios, As a crowd of worshipping opera lovers waited expectantly in the audience, Maureen Forrester flounced on stage and to the beat of a backup combo, licked out a rendition of the rock 'n' roll number This is My Life, She roars, remembering it. "It was hilarious. I laughed to myself while I was singing be- cause the people were so stunned. I'm much more boisterous, lusty, and fun-loving than most people think." tvfren a boy m into a man. GROUP FORMED VANCOUVER (CP) A group of Vancouver women has formed the Working Women's Association to campaign for an end to discrimination against women by employers, by the law, in education and in job training. The association has as its goals solidarity for al! women workers and free com- munity-controlled day care. BINGO MOOSE HALL 1234 3rd AVENUE NORTH WEDNESDAY of P.M. Jackpof In 56 Numbers 12 Gamei in 7 Numbcn 4lh 8th Games Doubled in 7 Numbers 5 Cards 2 FREE GAMES FREE CARDS DOOR PRIZE NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 SPONSORED BY LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE A i i calendar HONORED BY BETA SIGMA PHI Ah Ihe Beta Sigma i'hi spring banquet Tuesday night, Mrs. Ruby Misak of Xi Nu Chapter, front, was crowned girl of 1ho year by last year's winner, Mrs. June Creighton. She was presented with a silver (ray and a bou- quet of yellow roses. The order of the rose was presented to, left, Mrs. Edna Olafson and Miss Evanoff in a ceremony honoring members who have given 15 years of service 1o Iheir sorority. attended a testimonial recep- tion and banquet honoring Dr. Lyel! Guslin. Dr. Guslin, a former music St. Pelcr anrl St. Paul's 50ih anniversary lea will he held at 2 p.m. on Saturday in the par- ish hall, coiner ol 12 St. E. and 7th Avc N. Greeting the gnests will he Rev. Fi-. R. Zuhack and the president, Mrs. J. Kintlrik Jr., Mrs. E. Chotlak and Mrs. P. George. Convener of the tea, which is sponsored by the ladies' aid, is Mrs. teacher of both Mrs. Swanston Gnstin by Senators S. Buck- W- Boychuk, assisted hy Mesdames J. Szabo, J. Ferena, J. Smerek, F. Bercsnak, S. Smerck and H. Deal. Presiding at the tea and cof- In And Out Of Town Letlibridgc musicians Mrs. teacher ol both Mrs. Swnnston Gnstin by Senators S I, Buck Marion Swanston and Mrs. ami Mrs. Campbell, has long i i T Arme Campbell recently return-! been through o t' V df ed from Saskatoon, wlierc they Canada as a leader in Canadian the of Saskatche- o il local iv ing The regular meeting of the Auxiliary to the Southland Nursing Home will Ije held on Thursday at 2 p.m. at (ho home. All members and pros- pective members arc asked to attend tins meeting. The regular meeting of Do- minion Hchekah Lodge will be held in the Odd Fellows Hall on Thursday al 8 p.m. Degree will tic conferred and a gonrl attendance is requested. Visit- ors welcome. St. Basil's CWL will hold a Mothers' Day lea on May 14 from 2 to p.m. Everyone welcome. The Original Pensioners and Senior Citizens Auxiliary So- ciety will meet in Gym 1 of the Civic Sports Centre on Friduy nl 2 p.m. After the meeting there will he entertainment, iiml lunch will be served. A good attendance is requested. The regular meeting of Mc- Killop UCW will be held on Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the committee room. Plans will be finalized for the floa market to be field on Saturday at 0 a.m. in the Civic Centre. The women of the Lethbridpe Women's Institute will be meet- ing at 12 noon on Wednesday, May :i lo go to Kirkcaldy. Those wishing lo are asked to pteaso phone 327-5333 by Fri- day in order to reserve a place in a car. Tin lias been a frequent visi- tor to Ihu Lethbridge area, serv- wan, the mayor ol Saskatoon, and representatives of the fee urns will be Mesdames Saskatchewan government, ex- j Znback, N. Jfakarenko, J. Kun- ing as examiner and adjudica-1 boards of universities, drik Sr. am! M. Maryancik. WQOLCO One Size Panty Hose Budget Pleasing Panty Hose First qualify ponly hoie fits average figure 90 (o 150 Ibs. Choose from thesa four great one size alt nude, regu- lar gussot insert, ali nucfe non run, and bikini one sizo panty hose in thg basic shades of beige and spice, YOUR CHOICE PAIR fcMs Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p r "CHARGEllF 2025 Mayor Magrath DrWf tor at music festivals on eral occasions. Tributes wore paid to and ninny nni.sic associations, i Draws will be held, with Former students from across wool rug and money as prizes, Canada were also iti nttcn dance. and a door prize will also be given away Courtship methods come under attack By JIAUKEKN JA.M1KSON Family Ktlilor The perils ol courtship were i the spotlight at the Lcth- bridge Family Service pro- >ram yesterday. It was the irst hi a series of films and lisaissions being held on the carriage game. Darrel McKenzie. family counsellor, said that in mar- some people arc faced vilh achieving two goals. "Our society is often called a love- br.scd culture love cures all. "Everybody has some kind of ideal about love. It comes .brough Ihe mass media a lot of people today look for tliis iiml of image, liecause tbo movies say it's ideal. "Look for personal attri- lie advised. "Under group pressure we lend to min- imize our needs in what we want in another person, "A lot of people fall in love will) physical attributes. They marry fb'l out it's very nice for six months then :hey have nothing in common with the other person, and lend :o grow aparl." There are societies that base marriage and couriship on Lhings other than love, "such as said Mr. Mc- Kcnzie. In Ihe East Indies "there is a social class or caste system, and the parents choose Ihe marriage partner." In our society "love is differ- ent things to different people. take it for granted love has the same meaning for another person as it docs for us. "You get married knowing you love him and he loves you, but you can be talking about two different tilings, such 'if you love me, you'll do with- out and 'if you tove me, you'll give them to me.' "To some people it means Milling to take: not so willing to give." he said. "Again, we are in tKn process of socialisation ami tend to he quite selfish. We see the other person as fulfilling our needs. "We get very confused over ihis love thing and tend to think if you do not love, you shouldn't get married. "Other socieiies don't worry about that, but maybe that's making it too unemotional." "Longer courtship or going steady that type of thing I, personally, am not in favor of. "The engagement Is a very unrealistic stage, maybe un- necessary. I'm much more in- clined to favor trial marriage. THE BETTER HALF "Engaged people do not real- act like they do when they're married. The negative social connotations are not a nor- mal sexual relationship. Living together is more like the mar- riuge relationship. It comes closer to what marriage is all ahont." 'How aware of the differ- ences are we, lietween what ho expects and what she asked Mr. McKenzie? Girls grow up seeing a Hol- lywood marriage on the mov- ies, and don't know about the boredom, dirty diapers and garbage hags, he claimed. It boils down to some kind of educational process wliich will desensitize the physical and sensitize the emotional." "Maturity is very import- ari. Young people aren't equipped or haven't had the training in ttieir families to know how to cope with the problems of marriage." "It is generally accepted that the family is the most import- ant group of people in socializ- ing the so than the school and the most in- fkienlial people are the par- ents." With an inadequate child- hood, n person "doesn't have the knowledge to cope with the "Very often people go into marriage with the image of the ideal wife or husband, but the image is not real" but peo- ple don't always believe that, lie said, "and young people go in, not knowing what it is all about." Marriage today is the sub- ject of [he next discussion, to lie held at p.m. Tuesday in the Red Cross building. A babysitting service is provided in the basement. Auction aids sick NEW GLASGOW, N.S. (CO Pictou CounLy artists have pooled theiT lalenls to help pa- lients at the Aberdeen Hospital here get hot meals. Some 35 artists donated paint- ings to he auctioned off with, proceeds going towards a hospi- tal women's auxiliary project. The women arc attempting to raise money for some worth of equipment which would ensure the serving of hot meals and beverages to patients. By Bob Barnes "It's o relief to see you folks again. v.-c afraid you might" have been amang those who trier! lost Tuesday's pizza. ARRIVALS! Just In Time For Graduation A fabulous selection of new and exciting WHITE SANDALS Cork Also Regular Soles FISHY TWOSOME Two-year old Benjy Timms, wilh a liltb help from his dad, Dovid, sets out to ncl some of ihp bigncEt pike ever seen in a southern Alberto fry- ing pan. The name of the lake K cj doap, dark secret, known only to a very few fishing fanatics who, even under Ihe mail formidable threats, hnve refused to divulge its location. -Lorry Bennett, photo Ws Invite you to drop in and try on several pair! BENEFIT SHOES LTD. 615 4lh Ave. S. Phone 327-7300 OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY Till 9 P.M. E S ;