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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta -Friday, February 9, 1973 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - 17 Executive elected by Macleod women Mrs. P. Giduk was recently re-elected president of the Macleod Presbyterial Women's Missionary Society, at the annual meeting held in Fort Macleod. Other officers elected were: Mrs. E. Smith. Mrs. A. Predy, anci Mrs. A. Wilson of Medicine Hnt: Mrs. L. H. Blackhourne, Miss ft. Lindsay, Miss M. Webster and Mrs. J. M. Ireton of Lethbridge; Mrs. L. Pudwell of Foremost and Mrs. M. Kvame of Fort Macleod. Delegates appointed to Syno-dical, to be held in Red Deer, are Mrs. A. D. Maclean of Fort Macleod and Miss C. Webster of Lethbridge. They were also appointed delegates to the council which is to be held in Toronto. The installation of officers was conducted by Miss Ruby Walker, Presbytery Deaconess of Calgary. MRS. P. GIDUK . ..president Members from Medicine Hat, Lethbridge, Fort Macleod, Gra-num and Jumbo Valley wtre present at the meeting. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes 'In my house, what I say goes ... in one of my wife's heads and out the other." SEE THE AMAZING 4-WAY VORWERK The cleaner that will revolutionize house cleaning.  Upright Cleaner  Electro-Sweeper  Cleanerette  Portable Cleaner ALL IN ONE FAIRFIELD APPLIANCE SERVICES LTD. 1244 - 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-6070 DEAR ANN LANDERS: Please, Ann, be fair. Tell every woman who gripes because her husband watches so much football on TV to button her lip. It so happens the games are played on weekends and holidays and that's when husbands are home. How many of those housewives who complain aire glued to their sets during the week, watching the doctor shows? When I was sick with the flu I couldn't get my wife to bring me a glass of orange juice. She was too busy with General Hospital, Marcus Weiby M.D., Police DEAR ANN LANDERS: I hope you can come up with an answer. I am beside myself. My married son has two children. One was born on December 8th, the other was born on December 18th. My son's birthday happens to be December 3rd. My son's wife decided that the birthdays are too close together, also they are too close to Christmas. She claims it is a lot of work to put on three birthday parties, within two weeks, plus the fact the kids get cheated out of birtMay presents because relatives ignore the birthdays and send only Christmas gifts and say "Happy Birthday and Merry Xrnas!" My daughter-in-law wants to celebrate the older boy's birthday in October and the younger boy's in November. She says it is only for the purpose of spacing the parties and she doesn't plan to mess around with the birth certificates. I am opposed to this idiotic plan because I believe birthdays should be celebrated on the day of one's birth. If this plan goes through I will never be able to remember my grandchildren's birthdays and neither will they. What do you think? -Mixed Up Grandma DEAR GRANDMA: I think she should leave the kids' birthdays alone. But I'll bet she changes them. And when Surgeon, The Doctors, Medical Center and so on. I say, "Let her who is without sin cast the first stone." What do YOU say, Ann Landers? - A Husband Who Watches Football And Could Be Out Doing Somet h i n g Worse DEAR HUSBAND: I say you've conveyed two major messages - one in your letter and another in your signature. The women are going to hate me but I agree with you. If the worst thing a wife can say about her husband is that he watches too much football on TV, she has a better marriage than most. she does, resolve to keep your mouth shut like a good mother-in-law and go along with it. DEAR ANN LANDERS: My husband is a very successful business man. We are both past 50. Our children are grown and we are in good health. So what's my problem? My husband has no interest in anything but making money. I am ashamed to tell you we have never been out of the Um';ed States. Not even to Canada. He's been promising me a trip to Europe for four years. I buy the tickets, make the plans and at the last minute he has a big deal and can't leave town. Will you please tell me what to do? -Married But Single Dear M. But S.: Buy the tickets, make your plans and tell Mr. Gotrocks if he can't leave town you will invite a friend, cousin, niece or aunt, someone who couldn't afford the trip otherwise. Then do it-and send me a postcard. Going to a wedding? Giving one? Or standing up in one? Even if you're already married Ann Landers' completely new "The Bride's Guide" will answer questions about today's weddings. For a copy, send a dollar bill, plus a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope (16 cents post age) to Ann Landers. Box 3346, Chicago, 111. 60654. EDWARD J. PARKER PAUL J. BOURRET JOHN S. BACH ROBERT M. COOK Syllabus changes for music festival Tubas and flutes, dancing feet and children's voices will echo through the town, when the 43 annual Lethbridge and District Kiwanis Music Festival gets underway. The list of adjudicators has been completed, with Edward J. Parker, Paul J. Bourret, John S. Bach and. Robert M. Cook named as four of the judges scheduled to be present. Music students in the city are reminded of tomorrow's closing date for festival entries, and are also asked to take note of several changes in the syllabus. SYLLABUS CHANGES: Class 2 Jubilate Deo-omit Class 181 Three Brave Hunters-s ubstitute own choice Class 229 (b) selection-should be 1st movement Class 261 (a) out of print-use own choice Class 552 2b not available Class 555 lc out of print Class 602 (b) Uncle John's Pig-second last line requires a descriptive noise to be put in where it appears that a word is missing. Class 618 (a) After the 10th line insert the line "And made ice on the trough:" next line - "almost" instead of "and" made him cough . ..' Mr. Parker, a piano lecturer at the University of British Columbia, has been a member of the music faculty for the past ten years. He graduated from UBC with a major in piano performance and is also an associate of the Royal Conservatory of Music of Toronto. It was from the RCMT that Mr. Parker received a gold medal for achieving highest piano marks in Canada, in the solo performer's and teacher's examination. During the past 12 years, he has adjudicated festivals throughout B.C., Alberta and Washington, U.S.A. Paul Bourret was raised in Lethbridge and is presently supervisor of music with the Edmonton Catholic Schools and a well-known choir director in that city. He is a member of the advising board to the festival and president of the Alberta Music Festival Association, holding a B.Ed, from the University of Alberta. He has an ARCT f Performers) Toronto Conservatory and lias appeared on radio, TV and concert stage. John Bach was educated in Winnipeg, won a violin scholarship to study at the Royal Academy of Music in London, England, and continued his studies on the continent. Mr. Bach has played with the Calgary Symphony Orchestra and was principal violinist for eight years with the Calgary Philharmonic. Robert Cook Is presently su- pervisor of music with the Department of Culture, Youth and Recreation in Edmonton. He is a graduate of Brain-tree High School in Massachusetts, and received a Cum Laude degree from Ithaca College in New York. Mr. Cook also holds a master of music education degree from Boston University. The music festival will be staged April 2 through 7 of this year, with over 1,000 entrants expected to compete for top marks. 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