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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta IS THt IfHBRIDGI IIERAID Friclny, FRbruniy 18, 177? appraises her reign as a self-improvement course BAY a5 MM k no! nil smiles, ruses ami siKiilaeoing, but it is [In- real Ui.iiR. On ml o m in i .s s o, 10, of Thmd'T Bay iraMUly fpin- plc'.cd hor yi-ar of roign and Kind lo :'iv i! rnd but slu1 uouM do it all over Mgain. tiven the op- poriimily. The fliurder I5.iv who rccdval mink tout, a spurls ;i p-.nd piano, a vanirdbc anl a schol- arship for v.iv.r.ivit; Uv? pag- eant in li'70, said in an iiKt'i luv life as Canada -.w.s a or.o-ycar si1 If-improve in.1 :ii c o n r s e'1 Uiat incluck'ti a lot 01 uniieces- s r r y not enougu Tree luiii'. not allowed lo use her DUTI in- telligence: "If a girl has been chosen to be Miss Canada and judges have announced over naUonal TV that it is because of her poise, personality and intelli- gence, f can't understand why the girl should nut be allowed In use some ot her brains." As for the gifts she re- ceived, they were in effect paid for by nrumaLumal work .she did during the year for contributing firms. TOWER were so busy doing promotional work for various companies I never did get to seo the inside of many of Ihe places we visited. raced llio Tower of London. Inking three picLures in (he process and my back v.'ts to mcst of the oiher places visited like THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "Oh, no! The TV picture-tube blow out LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Buckingham Palace.'1 She did travel to London and spent three weeks in Uic West first two weeks of which were spent completely I he hick of world travelling, T advertised, was ;i d-isappoinl- nioiH. realize UiaL nothing ever Is exactly as you imagine it is going to be, and T certainly hope T don't sound urgraloful for year. I trade [hat yctir for anything "White I must admit I envy the new Hiss Canada Ih? (ravelling she's teen guaran- teed for Uic cnmir.g year, I know that it will to a point where she realize it won't mr.t'cr where she is. be spending ail her lime in hotel rormis. having interviews end talking f.ponrars, or attcrc'ing one function cr Sh? 11 begin lo think all that's peeled of her is to rio prcm> tional work and sign Eiito- RrFfhs." LKAUNED VALUES The tall. beauty sful or.c had to do hoi1 re ism was t becoming ccnceiled and I've learrcd i s the little fellows in this life v.'ho are important. They're sincere.'1 "If I've changed 1 it s for the letter. I've learned values in life are impor tent." While the year a new maturity to Mis-; Com- tho opportunity find oul exactly 1 wanted lo do" remains Ihc rppreeinled aspect nf the year. working on various shows I decided I wanted lo be part cf that industry." .cho said, and this desire will take her beck to Toronto where she hopes to use the 51.000 schol- arship for voice lessons event- ually to open the door for her as a singer. rr r. Prejudice major problem in, interracial adoption Denise ;-nd Mrs. Sparlin said. "Il's Ihc adulLs noLicc things Mot ring Illy front ALTON, 111. many people doorbell al the Alclvin Kparlin homo anymore. When Wilma Sparlin takes her young chil- dren out for n walk, many peo- ple on Ihc street stare hut do mi speak. 'Hit: Spai-lins, who arc white, are llio sdoplive parents of a black girl. Many of Uieir neigh- bors in Allen, across the Missis- sippi from St. Louis, are finding U'.at hard lo accept. "But I haven'l lost amiding." says Jlrs. Sparlin. "If this makes friend; s'ay away, then anyone would shun us be- cr-use we have a black child doesn't want us anyway." The Sparlins have three other children besides their black clciighler, Denise. who cele- brated her second binhoay last week. Brent, 17, is the couple's nalural child and John, 15, and Julie. 4, are adopled. "The other cULldi-en don't no- tice any difference between wno make like Ural." Woman judge respccls rights WMITEIIOnSE, Y.T. (CP) "Your ouljook is completely changed when you're in that lone Christen- sen, a justice of Ihc peace for the Yukon Territory who was named (ha Yukon's cnly female judge of Ihc juvenile court last summer. The White- horse ife says of her courtroom duties: "You have a tremendous respect For people's rights they're not crimi- nals. Ihsy're you or I or Ihe neighbors. You have to protect Iheni, and the public of course." ALL IN THE FAMILY Brent Sporlin, 17, centre, holds his Iwo younger sisters, Julia, i, left, and Denise, 2. Denise, Ihe newest add-on lo Ihe Mslvin Sporlin family of Allon, III., l-.as caused some changes in the Sparlins' lifestyle. Because the Sparlins who ore white are the adoptive parenls cf a blacy recent affairs proud Congratula- DEAR ANN LAiNDEKS: We suspected that recently our lions, coach Karia! son-in-law went thnjuph our personal papers which were in a i deck drawRr. Mv wiie refused to believe that he would LCI Students' Council. Some of our students thought hey would gain responsible ex-Kirience through Council. So, >y the very democratic of election they formed a Jirective body to bridge the last week, LCI was overrun by student visitors. The event? The Southern Alberta Career Fair. Supervised by many of the south'! counsellors and adininiilralors, the Fair stimulated (CP) Policies to ensure equality of women in Canadian society will be announced during the new cession of P a r 1 i a m c n I, Ihc Ihrone speech said a thing so I set a trap (an act I am not proud bat f felt we had a right lo know the truth. I arranged the paper clips in such a way that I would know for sure if someone removed them. Sure enough, a week later it happened again. My wile and 1 have inherited some money rot a dents with the provided information in speech, outlining by any meaas. Our son-in-law knows cf I'iic Jut. alas, it all seems lo be of employment and legislative plans, but he has no idea of the amount. We believe hs education. a one-sentence unhealthy interest in Uie details, and was snooping For some obscure common comment of the xvoinras learn [here lias been a rash of resignations from Council. -Ml three resignations, those of the treasurer and first and second vice-fresideots, were from the rive-member however, was that i was loo general: specifics were difficult to obtain. But the idea is great! Vie can only learn from the mistakes for next year's a section dealing with removal of barriers to full individual participation in society. "We cannot invite respect for our laws and support fcr- our institutions from persons to are wondering about two things: (A) Can we arrange our wills so that our daughter would have the income from a trust fund, but. if she should predecease her husband, he would NOT inherit the principal? (B) Slrauld we tell our daughter what we know for her own protection? Only the treasurer has they are irrelevant or In replaced by election, of i _ _ _' i live." Uie speech DIS: (A) SEB a lawyer about the will. Ke will course. A clerical aid and the joys' sports representative were also replaced. We, the students, seem to lave been intentionally unin-ormed. What is going on? brings up LCI's future. Students are now partaking in the production of a school musical "Bye, Bye, to be staged in May. A bit of strident activities must reflect the needs cf all Canadians, not only Ihe favored." Policies to ensure the equality of women were long vou. (B) Do not lell vcur daughter about this incident. It would create a problem between her and her husband, lo say nothing of whr.t it might do to ycur relationship will] your son-in-law. If he has an unhealthy interest in your money, his wile will get the message here something wrong with a very capable cf these policies n-ay Students' Council is T. Melling, could make from the recently Possibly the answer lies behind the definitely waning rap-wrt between students and revived broadway hit! fn Lethbridge anything's report cf a government committee established about a year ago to examine ANN LANDERS: Are we a ration of screwballs1 I'm beginning to think so. Either that or somelxKly is ministrators. Is this the LCI students have of the royal make us look like decadent tion in other high schools involved in creating lha strlus of heard from a very reliable source yesterday that a or just under the commission's in New York has a special dining room for for Youth, a in the Commons in mutls arc provided wilh satin pillows and Iheir food Yet despite any lingering employment plan. 1970, asked for such on silver mosphere of discordance, most schfTcl activities arc surviving. Our recent Girls' of the projects are really original! Hopefully they won't all be story. 1 It also asked the government lo pet UD a human rights check this out and let me know. I'd like lo pin that party's cars back. Thanks for }our help. Basketball Tournament was the brightest spot on to investigate successful is the of human righls HUNT: The party who made UK statement is Its enthusiastic Convention. It and enforce the law by The restaurant was closed recently. It was Ihe G 1 o r i Sumption, us all a charges and prosecuting New York. They did indeed lave a private dining everything from a Now that Ihe dogs complete with and silver plates. ng pep rally allcnded hv study is completed XI and WCHS to a me views VOICED in trie above column do not suggest a final. Iwtween I-CI and WCHS. It was good to know that out Df learns from Krimonton, concur eilhrr those or" The Herald or Leister's, hul arc a commission may be created. PROMISES 1 J I f 1 1 Calendar or local Deer. Grassy Lake and the slutlrnl's throne speech also Ulster Circle at II p.m. SiiKill gill amendments to fjr.r employment practices will hold the (cr pri7.cs v-c.iild be DIAMONDS ARE are expected to include the addition of sex, dance Saturday at p.m. in Southminsler Hall. For information please phone THAN and age among prohibitions for discrimination in dancers welcome. Women are asked to 1 and union a box If 7" CAUTION! A worn phonograph needle- for workers under W w iv damage a record after only playing. Because Discrimination Lclhbridsc Old don'l notice gradual wear distortion levels go prohibited on Uic basis Club will hold a unlil il's too late. Thai's a co'.or, religion and Safin-clay MO p.m. Don'l take the chance of ruining your records. Store IP's properly, keep clean and have your slylui examined today free of charge of origin. A provision may Iw added to allow a complaint of discrimination due lo School, Mill S'i. and Mth Avc. S. Everyone wcl- We stock a most complete line of Eleclra might apply, for Ixidgc No. 729 of Canada needles, styli, cleaning cloths, etc. to a person who believes UTU will hold the alith of needles; Sapphire 2.50 or 3.50; Diamond 4 discriminated against banquet and dance M {V V or he is married lo a IOOF Hall on Saturday -v yj J of a visible Now you can see how a diamond needle can amendment is GP 'tonsm cheaper la replace than your record collection. Do to allow Uic labor Ukrainian Men's now let us check your needle be safe to initiate nn sponsor n dance lo IKI where Uicrc is reason Saturday at n p.m. in Leister's Music fair employment practices legislation is Ixiing contravened. Under present provisions, Hall, Itlh Avc. and lllth SI. N. Lunch will be served. Members and guests having mdtcb-III P O Iff ill Paramount Theatre Blelg. of discrimination may only lie made nftcr n Minus Onr Club will hold a social find bingo has been Soutliminslcr Church >M ,-orn