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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta --------------------.......-------------___ Thuriday, July 20, 1972 TKf IETH8RIDOE HERAID 15 Just Jude By JUDE TURIC IWIlllllllIIIIOilllllli The terror of the year lias come and gone, but the memories of that day last for a long time. All mothers, aunts and sisters share the universal fear, and shudder at the thought of its return in an- other short 12 months. It's Kiddies' Day at the fair, and those fateful words ring hatefully in our ears. Experiences in the chamber of horrors, as some fair goers call it, vary from happiness at the outset, to sheer exhaustion in the middle, and near vengeance at the end. For the past two years, married sis, Lil, has been subjected to taking her own kids to the fair. But ini- tially, younger sis, Jude, was saddled with the task. thankfully, during the years of my enlistment as surrogate mother, there was but one child, and at manageable ages of one through four, she could be easily carted off in ones arms, squalling and kicking; but carted. Inside the midway gates, swarms of three-foot high creatures would greet the latest arrivals with half eaten candy apples in the elbow, and sloppied candy floss in the navel. Above the screams of I don' wanna, and lemme do it, frustrated voices would often call out warnings of don't put your hand in there, and don't spill it on yourself. Ride line-ups presented a series of jabs, stabs and steppings on the toes, with the occasional littlest one being attacked by the bigger one next door. Howls usually followed the now-gone excitement of getting a spin on the boat ride, and outright crys of water-terror issued forth from one half, while the other half mumbled about seating arrangements. The merry-go-round usually snorted several sets of dizzy adults being clutched around the neck by tiny Feminist Friedan criticizes female chauvanistic views NEW YORK (AP) Belly Friedan, one of the founders of the women's liberation movement, criticized sister feminists Gloria Steinem and Representative Bella Abzug (Dem. N.Y.) Tuesday as "fe- male chauvinists" waging "class warfare against men." lion for Women, said" "Female chauvinism and those who preach or practise it seem to be Lo be corrupting our movement for equality and inviting a backlash that endangers the very real gains we have won these past few she said. Mrs. Fnedan, author of Ihe Feminine Mystique and foun- der of the National Organiza- it is PEACEFUL CO-EXISTENCE Lock, stock and fancy whiskers, Ihis cat has moved riders, who continuously yelled in their ear, but re- I ,hE cow borns at the Lelhbridge research slation, usually bunking down at night fused suggestions to get off. Final stop of the day, which officially terminated the whole event, was one of the many food booths. Preference was given to hot dog and corn on the cob stands, with caramel corn and sno-cones running a close second. Napkins later, all stuffed, grimy, dirt encrusted, butter dripping, and thoroughly sticky, kids, prizes, and souvenir balloons would be prodded out the gales; another year survived I always felt best knowing my charge could be unglued from the seat, dropped off, and someone else would take over clean-up operations. JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday Evening, July 20th Sponsored by Ladies' Aid of St. Peter and Si. Paul'i Church STARTS P.M. SHARP-PARISH HALL CORNER 12lh STREET B AND 7lh AVENUE NORTH Jackpot Starts al and it We- Every Thundoy 2nd Jackpot in 56 Number! 5th 7 No. Jackpot Pat 'a Gold 570 254 PER CASD OR 5 FOR Sl.OO ALSO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZE Personi under 16 years not allowed in an emply stall. Staff members report the inter-species relationship appears very good. -Phil Faulds, Photo Pediatric surgery neglected CALGARY (CP) Pediatric surgery is a neglected area of medicine, the annual meeting of the Canadian Society of Ped- iatrics was fold here. live and has to last a lite-lime. Dr. David Morely of the in- stitute of child health at the University of London said ped- iatric care in developing coun- Dr. Colin Ferguson, pres- j tries is afflicted by the "old ident-elect of the association of myth that only a doctor can Pediatric Surgeons, said there are only 24 such surgeons in Canada and they are mostly iii areas with a population of at least one million. Most medical schools do not give more than minimum in- struction in the field and only seven of the 16 schools in Can- ada have the necessary facil- ities. Dr. Ferguson said pediatric surgery is far different from that conducted on adults be- cause it is mostly reconstruc- diagnose and cope with dis- ease." Child care could be more ef- ficiently delivered by nurses, particularly where doctors are over-worked. fn some hospitals five lo 10 per cent of the medical records are mislaid at any given time in such nations, he said, while those given to mothers are sel- dom lost. In a few of the poorer coun- tries, children who have lo en- ler hospital are better prepared lor the experience than their counterparts in North America. Slandard practice in some countries is for the cliildren lo be shown films outlining hospi- tal life, he said, and the idea could be adopted everywhere. U of A award to artist BANFF, Alta. (CP) Jack Chambers of London, OnL, in- ternationally-known [or his painting and film-making, lias been named the 1872 recipient of the University of Alberta's award for painting and relaled arts. The award, will be presented to Mr Chambers at .the Banff j u School of Fine Arts Friday i night Perhaps best known for his ''perceptual realism" style of BETTY time for the women's libera- ion ement to be sue m our consciousness by a two-sex movement for human liberation. Sue criticized Miss Steinem, art m which he attempts lo of Ms magazi [or transcend photography, he be- promoting what she calied -a gan his studies at the H R B. Peal Technical School in Lon- don in the late 1940s. He went to Spain in 1954 to study at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Madrid and remained there lo teach until 1961 when he relum- ed to Canada Mr. Chambers' works have been shown at exhibitions in Brazil, Spain, Belgium, Italy and France and Hiey hang in the collections of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, the Van- female chauvinism thai makes a woman apologize for loving her husband or chil- dren." She said she also disagreed with Miss Steinem's view that Forthcoming Marriage o _ Mr and Mrs. Lyle C. Shear- couver Art Gallery and the Na- er pjcture wjsl] to an. a conspiracy to preserve "the economic and social profit of men as a group" prevented women from achieving equal- ity. Of Mrs. Abzug, who unsuc- cessfully opposed Rcpresenla- tivc William Fills Ryan in the primary in New York, Mrs. Friedan said: "Only a female chauvinist would say that no matter how good a man's peace, on must support a female oppo- nenl just because she is a woman. Mrs. Fnedan spoke at a ncv.'s conference discussing an article she wrote for the Au- gusl issue of McCall's maga- zine. GLORIA STELVEM tmpal Gallery of Canada. nounce Ihe forthcoming mar- His Sunday Morning No. 2. a jriage of their eldest daughier picture of his son watching a (Marilyn Rae to Mr Larrv F clown on television, sold lorjsippeL son of Mr and S25.000 while his Victoria Hos- Frederick W. Sippel of Rich- pital sold for mmd B c The U of A award is lo be The' wedding will take place presented by Dr. R. G. July in the Tem. win, dean of the university's pie Cardslon faculty of arts. BINGO Scandinavian Hall 229 12lh SI. "C" N. FrL July 21 Slarlt ol p.m. Doers Open at p.m. 5 Cards for GOLD CARDS PAY DOUBLE EACH 4th, Slh and 12lh Gamn in 7 Numbers WORTH S130 in 53 Sorry No One Undtr 16 Yean of Age Allowed Try hamburgers this juicy new way. JUST ADD THE MEAT Arid one can of Swifi Saure (or Meat Loal lo 3 His. ol ground beel. (Add >j to cup of brc.idcrumhs--if Tomhinr And cook, ll's thai easy. Swift Saucfi lor Meal Loiif. For Pork Chops. And lor Swiss Slcak. They're totally r.omplele saures lhai r.oafc right along with your meal Inmakpii juicy. And lasty. Try Swift's complete rooking sauces. You'll find other origi- nal recipes inside ihe Inhnls. save We'll give you 15c towards your purchase of any of our Swift Sauces for meat loaf, pork chops or Swiss steak For Meat Loaf JUST ADD THE MEAT Golden Mile Senior Citizens' Centre Open Monday through Friday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Next week: Tuesday: Singing a.m. Wi-dnesda.v: Entertainment by Travelling Cavaliers p m. Coming events: July 31st: trip to Beauvais Lake. Leaving Golden Mile Centre at 10 a.m. August 21st: trip to Litlle Bow Park with corn roast. Noteworthy; Maintenance repairs to homes of senior citizens through Op- portunities for Youth project. If you have any work to be done in and around the house, con- tact the centre at 327-S333. Purpose of this project is to provide minor repairs to the homes of senior citizens who could not otherwise afford them. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "When you reach me you can tie my shoelace, and when you reach the refrigerator you can open me a beer." STRETCH STITCHES GET THS FACTS 18 yeoriagoElNA rAlli ere a ltd Slrtlth Stltehei. Now competitor! art getting excited t r Our 1956 (15 old) SUPERMATIC can do more lhan our com- petllen' 1971 modelt. EAfT. ELNA fAU. MATIC li roted Ihe moil vtnotlle lewlng lachlne. DON'T BUY UNTIL YOU TRY For free demonitratlon contact SEWING CENTRE 401 !ln Street South Phone or 317-1111 Jen's Uniform Centre White Colored Uniforms PANTSUITS HOT PANTS All Ready Made Uniforms Registered LaCross JEN'S UNIFORM CENTRE 404 5th Street Sculh (Upstairs) Phone 328-3631 iiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiEiiiimiiiiiiii. WHAT'S IN STORE? by Lois MeLain Davis Living in Alberta during summer is tuning in to a colorful rhylhm. Peonies open their parachute packs in lime with exam paper opening. Tiger lilies open, school closes. A Stampede thunders after Canada Day and before the dust is settled Edmonlon celebrates Klon- dike Days with a swish of a lacy fan and the lap of a walking cane. There is everything new under the no one fully appreciates warm weather unless he has shivered in anticipation of it. HOT (WEATHER) TIPS Like Geraldine Jones, your breodbox sits in the 'cohnah in the dawk'. Lack of sunshine and slimmer warmth beckon the parasite mildew to join Geraldine. Discourage this growth, unless you plan a do-it- yourself penecillin factory, by refrigerating bakery products that won't be used for awhile. Before putting the toasler away offer breakfast, toasl the crusts and store them for later use. Also, let the sunshine in the empty breadbox after its regular cleaning, RECYCLING Has your sewing machine reached a crescendo pitch while mending jeans? If 'Ke ten-speed mechanism has nibbled at the a suggestion: Buy o length of VELRO a strip long enough to span the speedster's ankle. This self-fastening tape is o safe and sure way of wrapping it up. Also on the subject of of the most essential kitchen gadgets is a stapler. (Around three dollars.) Garbage bags that have been stapled shut nol only ihwart flies or any other scavengers but they simplify the taking-oul-lhe-garbage lask. USEFUL, YOUTHFUL PROJECTS The closing of the school door might a wel- come sometimes it inlroduces Jhe melan- choly refrain "I have nothing lo do." Be prepnred with the right materials. The most successful projects salisy youthful im- patience and idealism. That is, simple directions and goof proof 'results-------resulis I hot contribute some- ihmg to family living. Simple sewing, small household repairs along with baking are lops on my list. Some of the mixes are invaluable here. Twinkle's brand bucuil mix. Coffee cake mix can ensure the young cook independent suc- cess. Monarch brownie mix is anolher infallible, with these pointers in mind: 1. let the brownies cool before they're cut. 2. Don't use ihe mixer and don't overbake them- A product that simplifies pizza making is froien bread. In slore for youthful cooks: pizza and ier recipes. ITEMS TO ADD TO YOUR l-MART LIST: TWINKLE BISCUIT MIX TWINKLE COFFEE MIX MONARCH BROWNIE MIX RHODES FROZEN BREAD Your luggeition! tiff invitod. WRITE TO BOX 31, LFTHBHIDGE HERALD ;