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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE lETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, December 10, 1971 THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "No7so fast with the one-two, I'm sri 11 on the one." By NOIIKI'N REILANDKH cats The higgesl event thiit has hi-ppcnod at Catholic Central lately was the LCI Invitational Basketball Tournaniem. The TsuiT.ament started off with the: mighty Cougars downing the Koss Shcppard Thundevhirds. Following this, they eliminated the K. Coucars. This placed the CCH Cougars in t he- final game against their long time opponents LCI. The game started with LCI winning bv a score of 14-2. At half time. CCII rallied with a store, of The fans for both s'.des were going wild. Alter half time, the Cougars really showed packed, and no one wa pointed in the arlion game school life. On the academic scene, classes end, at least for the Seniors, on December 15. After that. Departmental Exams start, and run from Thursday to the following Tues- day. I really don't feel that De- partmental Exams are valid. It seems so useless to study a subject for eighty minutes a day for anproximatcly four months. And ih'cn be judged on one two hour exam what about all the work you do through tho year the reports, essays, and research problems you do? Your near future is at stake i in that one exam, and what you "blow You have two I alternatives drop the subject or repeat it. In all subjects. In the music and drama de Congratulations are in order partment, qiiite a few things .MONTREAL (Cl'i Lesley Xormandin is siiHe. an ad- vertising manager of a large downtown clothes store and has adopted six-year-old Syd- ney Taget. Miss Normandin is one of a few women in Montreal who have taken a d v a n t a g e of j Quebec adoption laws which allow single persons to adopt children as long as they arc of the same sex. I Grace Galley, formerly with I the Children's' Service Centre and now with the .Jewish Child i Welfare bureau of the Baron de Hirsch Institute, says that to her knowledge "no single man has adopted a child, al- though one did make in- quiries, and there are proba- bly less than a dozen women." Most of these placements were made by Miss Galley when she was at the Chil- dren's Service Centre. "We believe thai every child has a right to a family of his Miss Galley said. "Prefer ah ly that family should have both mother and father, but if such a complete family is not available, then (or the child a single-parent family is much better than none." HARD TO PLACE In practice. I li e children adopted by single women are those generally hard to place they are not young enough, 'physically handi- capped in fume way and usually of mixed racial back- ground. Many come from other provinces where there is less acceptance of mixed-race children than in Quebec and where there is less demand for iv'-di-cn. i as she likes to be nulled, entered Grade 1 this j fall, was four when she arrivid in her new home. Her mop of curly blonde hair and I bright blue-green eyes belie i her mixed racial background, i Her ni'ilhcr was white and j her partly black. i Herding about the need to find homes for children of mixed race gave Miss Nor- inar.din the idea that she could adopt one. make good money and could she said. "I thouchi: 'Why not support a child'.'' She had friends who had adopted successfully and was a'.varc that single persons in were allowed to adept children. It took two years for application to come through. She had asked fur an older child hut. at the time, the law releasing older children for adoption, who had been more i or less in foster-home care, j had rot been p a s s e d in Quebce. i Two years ago she was told there was a child in Nova Eco- tia "who might he suitable." As Mis.s Xormandin was going j to New Brunswick to visit a I friend, she extended her trip to Nova Scotia. j A days later, mother j and daughter returned to Montreal together. Although Pagct had never seen anything larger than a small town, she adjusted well In hid city apartment living. i However, she wanted to know do you keep the cow around here." never had any problem her mother says. "sho >5 n child who loves everyone. The adjustment was very From the firsi she accepted everything and everybody. 1 can't take am credit.'' As a single career woman, Miss Normar.din had an ae live social lit" and still Her friends have all accepted Sydney PSRCI. "1 would .-ay she doesn't lack male Leslcx says. Baby sill ing has been no problem because "1 have a regular siller who lives close by." goes there for lunch and after school too. until 1 her up ri'ter my work." STOI'IMNCi AT ONE Herself an only child, Hiss Normandin (Ices not plan an- etlhcr adoption "mainly bo- cause a child is expensive." She wants Paget, an excep- tionally briglv. child, to get every chance she can. .rig a child has greatly enriched my life. I'm glad I did it." The main difference be- tween a single woman who adepts a child and one who is forced into the role of single parent by circumstances is one of free choice. Adoption authorities s a y these'women, generally well into their lids and even eaily have freely chosen to adopt ti child for the only rea- son that they want one. They arc usually successful in their crosen fields and able to cope with the financial load a child involves. Girls-only course in ai DENISON, Tex. I While Carolyn Goodwin's hus- I band cruises off Vietnam in an aircraft carrier, she's rcpair- i ing automobiles. i Carolyn, 19. is the first fe- male to enrol iii automobile mech.--nics at Grayson County 1 College. The main reason she's taking j the course, she said, is because i she does a lot of driving. "If I'm ever stranded. I want lo know what to she says. Also, "my father-in-law is a mechanic and I help him a lot; 1 just picked up the habit." After Mrs. Goodwin enrolled, instructor Walter Oyler said, several girls made inquiries about a course. Carolyn said: "I think a lot of girls are interested." adding that most of the males in her i class "would probably like their wives to take the course so they know more about the cars they drive." ''We to offer a for-girls- only basic course in the spring." Oylcr ssid. "It'll cover such th'ni's as inspection cf automo- biles, drive line, suspension and steering and the obmental chucks lo ho made if sonic- thing goes wrong on the road." ATTRACTIVE MECHANIC -Carolyn Goodwin, 19, of Denison, Tex., is shown. be- neath an auto 1a inspect mo'ar mounts before instal- ling a rebuilt motor in a late model car. Shs is the only girl enrolled in an auto mechanics course of- fc-rsd by Grayson County College. CAREFULLY Handle "new" potatoes carc- fiillv. They are more perishable and br.iisD more easily than the later mature ones. ST. BASIL'S HALL-Cor. 13th Si. and Ave. N. FRIDAY, DEC. 10th 8 O'CLOCK 4th and 8th Games in 7 NUMBERS-12th Game 5 CARDS FOR Sl.O'J OR 25c EACH BLACKOUT JACKFOT 53 NUMBERS LUCKY NAME DRAW WORTH LUCKY NUMBER DRAW WORTH Persons Under 14 Nol Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASH'S MEN'S CLUB Daze" last night, and it was a] great siicess. The Senior High Now that I've given you a re- Ninety Review." Casting was play of the last games we done last Tuesday and was com-1 alxmt the first games. The sea-1 Time surely went fast in the first semester and likely will go j faster in the second. Good luck lo nil the kids writing exams, especially the Grade y your hand al original son started with the Magrath' tournament. The Cougars didn't do as well as they did al Ihe LCI tournament, taking second place to the Magrath Zeniths. Our Cheerleaders kept up Ihe CCII Motto of "We're number one" by bringing home the cheerleading trophy. In exhibition games. Catholic Central won over Kate And- rews and also the Cardston Cougars. Coming up this week- end." tonight, they go to Ray- mond, and Saturday tile Mount Royal College team arc coming here. So much for the sports side of TOP TWELVE 45 R.P.M. The festive spirit can be found all through the school as the kids are preparing not only for exams but also for Christ- mas. I hope everyone has a safe and happy holiday. (The views voiced in the above column do not neces- sarily concur with either thnsc of Tlie Herald or Lei- ster's, hut are. a reflection of the. student's opinion.) LEISTER'S MAIL ORDERS! Tick off tho selections you us You'll receive your records for only ea Please add 15c posloge on orders S4.00 and und r I DESIDERATA-Lcs Crane J 1 2 GYPSIES, TRAMPS AND THIEVES-Cher I 1 3 IMAGINE-John lennon Ploslic Ono Band I 4' THEME FROM SHAFT-lsaac Hayes II 5 DO I LOVE YOU-Paul Anka 6' WHAT ARE YOU DOING I 1 7. SUPERSTAR-Carpcntcrs j 8 BASY I'M A WANT YOU-Bread 1 9. TWO DIVIDED SY LOVE-Grass Roots 10. CHERISH-David Cassidy IT'S A CRYING SHAME-Goyle McCortmck 12 THEME FROM SUMMER OF '42'-Petcr Nerl NEW YORK What would it be like if there were no ready- made Christmas cards? Every- body would make his own. and I the message would be like a; signature. For example, here I are some samples from a re- cent issue of a teen magazine of the cards famous people might send: 'Twas the night before Christ- mas when all through house T ran all around in my red and green blouse. I formed a committee to fight for new laws That will give equal rights to Mrs. S. Claus. j Steinem What do you soy about a 23- year-old reindeer that died? Segal I hope you realize how lucky you are to get this Christmas card from me I hate every- body else. Bunker Over the river and through the woods. To Grandma's at breakneck pace. But please make sure before you leave To "fasten your sent heH i'.i place. -Ralph Nader On Christmas why not take a walk? Conic on to my house for t talk. sit beneath the tree and I rarj. And bridge the generation gap. -Margaret Mead If Santa brings me shoes and And pants and hats and T- shirts. And marbles and electric trains. Til still be sad: My knee hurts. But if. instead of clothes and toys. He brightens up my shall With b'onds and redhead and brunettes. Then I'll say, "Thank jou Santy." yen the same good lurk, Namath. STEAL U'IC.S P.UENOS AIRES i API Five men who identified them- selves as members of a terror isl band recently hijacked a truck containing 9.32C women s wigs. Terrorists in the past have stolon wigs and used them I for disguises. TV COMING EVENTS "THE SINGING TREE" by the Anne Campbell Singers and The Teen Clefs held al the YATES, DECEMBER 12 25th Annual Rotary Carol Festival MONDAY, DEC. 13-8 P.M. SOUTHMINSTER CHURCH DOWNTOWN ROTARY CLUB "CHRISTMAS IS CAROLS" WEDNESDAY, DEC. 15 YATES MEMORIAt CENTRE ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL CHRISTMAS PANTOMINE "OLD KING COLE" DEC. 26, 27, and 28 3 GIVE RECORDS A PERFECT GIFT FOR CHRISTMAS LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDG., LETHBRIDGE NAME ADDRESS Tii8 bailed UNDERSTANDING POWER Rrp. Shirley Chisholm, shown recently at the Capitol, says of oilier black poli- ticians: "They don't understand power." The New York Domoa-at is the first black woman lo run for president. For Black Libel "f -ni'l onlv patience...with bring out .ill tbeir ll.mnir. Then we brew more time in our cellars so lh.it Bl.ick labe matures to perfection. 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