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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta JO THE IETHBR1DGE HERAID Thursday, Auguit 17, 1971 Children's theatre special interest MONTREAL (CP1 Theatre' Is the art of make-believe; im- agination comes alivo. June Ozores says children are easily transformed into natural actors, in and out of roles the magic words: "Let's pretend." Mrs. Ozores. a native of Bat- llc Creek, Mich., mid a res- ident of Montreal, lias made children's Ihealro her special in- tc-est. This summer she gave classes In creative drama for six-to-12- year-olds at Theatre Workshop "It's so exciting, working with children that age." she said. "They're always full of ideas about v.-hat In do.'' One thiiip they do not do, how- ever, is put plays. out an Bert Rndd has returned to his home in city following a brief rest in Calgary. Bride-elect Janet Gill was honored with a surprise miscellaneous .shower at thi home of Mrs. Tami Wakelen mth Mrs. Marie Coole as co- hostess. Mrs. J. Gill, High River, anc Mrs. T. Ross, Die mothers o MLss Gill and her fiance, wen in attendance, as well as out of-town guests. Assisting the bride were Mrs Wendy Jutrus, Miss D e b b i Ross and Mrs. Eveline Folczer Miss Gill was also recent! feted at a shower in High TUver mi STUDIO 'ON P1CTH nVENUE flRTISTIC PICTURE FRAMING ARTISTS' SUPPLIES flRT 1 GALLERY 710 5 AVE S JETHBRIDCE-AITA 'We're trying to get Uicm 'ay from that sort of tliii'K. We encourage the children give free rein to theli- ima- mtion instead a! wasting their :ie learning lines nml stage ection-s. 'There'll be plenty of Hint icn they're they're 11 interested. IGGKST OWN HOLES Creative drama" is a special me fur n particular type of w.ilre, Mrs. Ozores said. "It's basically improvisation, :iere the aclurs themselves loose the situation and work .thin its limits. "For example, one of the kids ipht suggest pulling (lande- 0115. Then everyone will act it it according to his or her owu ea. "The beauty of it is the kids lemselves. Their imagina- on is just boundless." As a teacher, she must first ain the trust of her pupils. "That's the most important Mrs. Ozores said. "If there isn't proper atmos- here, they won't have the con- idence to speak out like they bould. "I try to create the atmos- ihere hy not acting like a cacher at all. I have to he ac- epcd as one of them hey'U open up in front of me." Entertaining in restaurants favorite pastime in Brazil itcnaar of- By MAUREEN JAJllESON Family Editor If you're- going to live in Brazil, you've got to speak Portuguese, according [o John Trcleaven of the Canadian for- eign service. John and his wife, the form- er Bcverk-y Terloski, have just returned from Brazil, and are holidaying in Lclhbridge before taking up an appointment in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The were station- ed in Sao Paulo, o sprawling nelropolis of people, arger even than Rio de Jani- ?ro, Brazil's famous capital. Despite its size, .John said, 'Sao Paulo is not impersonal. Volunteers needed for handicapped L ocal nappenmqi The ladies' auxiliary to fraternal 0 r d e r of Eagles, No. 2100, mil hold a regular monthly officers' meeting at 8 >.m. Thursday at the home of Mrs. C. Barnctt. BINGO Scandinavian Hall 229 12th St. "C" N. Fri., Aug. 18 Stmls ul p.m. Doors Open at p.m. 5 Cards for GOLD CARDS PAY DOUBLE EACH 4lh, 6th and 12rS Gamei in 7 Numben or Jen WORTH in 57 Numbers Sorry No One Under 16 Years of Age Allowed Volunteers are being sought (o assist in the crucial Job of helping to educate handicapped children in Lethbridgc. The help is needed at the Dorothy Goodcr school and any- one who is interested In helping the handicapped can be used, says Dr. Boh Gall, director of special services for the Leth- bricigc public school board. Ho said retired people, house- wives or anyone who can spare time on a regular shoul'l come to the school nn Aug. 23 or soon after to talk with the principal. Teaching experience is not necessary all that's needed is a desire to help. "Volunteers have been used every since the school I said Dr. Gall. "They have been invaluable to us." He said many jobs are avail- able at the school. "We can use i almost as many people as we can get. The jobs arc unpaid but not unrewarding." The Dorothy Gooder School Is located at 9th Ave. and 18th St. N. It retains the small town nt- mo.sphere. People talk to each other. attended nn immersion language cnur.se the first month we were said Beverley. "My husband was fairly flu- ent before lie left. Out most of my frienrls wore KnKlish, so I have to admit my Portuguese is not as good. she said, "Brazilian money it's called the cruzeiro is on the deci- mal system. But I had to get used to coping with all this little money, like one-tenth of a cent. "They still have street mark- ets. They hold the fcira a neighborhood market once week." The feiras sell mainly fruits, vegetables and fish, she explained. "They create horrendous traf- fic jams, and if you're lucky enough to have the fish stall in front of your liou.se, well "They have a fnirly large ar fists' community. And every Sunday morning they have ai artists' square, and everyom exhibits. "The Brazilian music is real ly fantastic. Wo really enjoyec it. John considered that more Brazilian music should b played in North America. Thci jazz is just said just Beverley, "th main form of entertainment i dining out. There arc just Uioi sands of restaurants, all of fair- ly high standard, and cheap. "Every and Sat- she said, "the national dish of Brazil is served in the restaurants." This is feijoada, basically For Pork Chops JUST ADD THE MEAT imiiiiO The breakthrough company. Sex problem linked to drinking TORONTO (CP) Some youug, healthy men become impotent because they are physically unable to handle al- cohol, an Australian psychia- trist said here. Dr. Graeme Jensen told On- tario Addiction Research Foundation staff members that some men under 40 who drink moderately, but are not alcoholic, are physiologically vulnerable to alcohol which manifests itself in impotence. "These men have several years of sexual adequacy be- hind them and they developed sex problems after they start he said. "There is no other treatment except to stop drinking. "ft's probably a metabolic he .said. Dr. Jensen sr.kl the only links so far between aicolio! and sexual performance males have been liver disease and psychiatric problems, sometimes leading to impot- ence. black beans cooked In an arthenware dish with bits of ork. Traditionally, there must one or two (pigs') cars and tail in the pot. It's an ex- rermely heavy meal. "On Saturday you meet 'our friends for the national irink. "It's the first distillation of ;ugar cane on the way to rum, and extremely John explained. "Once you've hod .hat, you're in the mood for !cijoada. "And everybody staggers out ibout four his wife nit in. "It's still a fairly closed so- cieiy a.s far as women are con- Beverley said, "Very mate-oriented. "The family is still the most important fact of life, though more and more women are coming into the labor force." Women in the middle and up- per classes pass their time en- Icrtaining, she said. Luncheons. brkipe and dinner parties are popular, and "charity works are very important." Most working women "arc secretaries in offices. We've never seen a waitress in Brazil. But it is quite acceptable for a girl to work in an office." John said "she would still live at home." "Or for that Bev- pointed out, "so would a man. Most young people live at home (ill they're marricfl." Tim TrMcaven's were etnphn- in their agreement Ihat the of their sojourn in irazil was the winning of the soccer cup. "There i-s absolutely nothing i Canada that equals the en- nusiasm Brazilians have for said John. "Everybody is a soccer Severley added. T.'e there in 1870 when hey won the world cup for lie third time, and got to keep t. They went mad for three days. They won on a Sunday, ind no one went to work Tues- day or Wednesday. "I've heard it satid if they'd lost would have gone into a said John, only half In jest. BACK FROM BRAZIL John who Is employed by the Canadian for- eigrv lervice, and his wife Beverley, are in city vlsilmg Mrs. Treleaverv's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Terleski. 7ho Treleavens have just completed a three-year lour of duty in Sao Paulo, Brazil, ond will be leaving shortly for their now appointment fn San Juan, Puerto Rico. -Bill photo New idea: add meat. 'eeWbimsy This Complete Cooking Sauce from Swift contains ali the seasonings you need for unbelievably good porkchops. It's ready-to- USB right from the can. Zippier than condensed soups. And a whole lot easier than dry sauce mixes. Just brown 4-6 chops in a skillet or oven. Then add 1 can Swift sauce for pork chops. Cover. And simmer or bake at until tender. It's that simple! And you won't believe the flavour. Tender, juicy and absolutely super. Try our other complete cooking sauces, for meat loaf or Swiss steak. You'll find original recipes inside all the labels. save 10 Towards your purchase of any of our new Swilt sauces for meat loaf, pork chops or Swiss sleak 100: SAUCE For Pork Chops JBt ADD MEM Ihli coupon lo your grocor DOROTHY CLOCK and DAUGHTER MUSIC STUDIOS Corner of 6th St. ontf 7th Avo. S. DOROTHY GIOCK, A.T.C.M., R.MJ. Teaehor of Piano, Singing and SYLVIA LAIITZ (nco A.R.C.T., R.M.T. of Vancouver Teacher of Pitir.o, Theory, Hormony, History for information phono 327-3839 Towel fix .lisns A dry paper inside a jerforatcd or untied plastic iag help spinach Iry and fresh. NEW OFFICE HOURS Monday Ihru Saturday inclusive 9.00 a.m. 1o 5.30 p.m. OPTOMETRISTS Drs. C. A. Palnrmr R. Fabbi A. Localell! 407 5th ST. 5. 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