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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta J5 _ THE LETHBR1DOE HERALD Friday, July 30, W1 wma Oldman River Craft Festival planned for Indian Battle By CHRISTINE PUHL Staff Writer An open-air craft market, Oldman River Earth, Air, Fire, Water and Wood Craft Festi- val will be held in Indian Battle Park, August 14 and 15 from 11 a.m. to dusk each day. The Oldman River Craft Fes- tival theme is an earth festival and any persons with hand- crafted goods or music, mind LEISTER'S Campus Corner ay EVA BREWSTER Coutls A lot has been said about the Sudents' Ecology Corps rang- ing from praise for its merits to the opinion that students were underpaid slave labor, not given union rates and taking from the regular later jobs from force. Be that as it may, the scheme to employ multi lingual, com- puter chosen students in tourist information centres throughout the province is now more than halfway through the summer and a summary of the humiliat- ing muddle produced so far is not premature. The scheme started, reason- able enough, with a training course in Edmonton, a bus tour through the beauty spots of Al- berta, followed by an examina- tion to determine the students' ability to advise tourists. The students had to find their bus fares to Edmonton and enough money to keep them for three weeks. After that they were promised their first pay cheques. Among school and other documents, they had to submit health certificates on arrival in Edmonton which were returned to them. Meas- ured for uniforms, which they were told to wear on duty, they were then posted to various in- pie on the payroll to ensure regular salaries. The first pay finally received ras not enough to cover their debts. Now, three weeks later, they still have not received any more and the government owes them about each Thev have, however, been post- ed again, not to the essential information centres promised but never established, but back to Edmonton and places further or soul talent are invited to participate. The festival first originated with an Edmonton youth troupe of musicians, poets, potters, theatre and yoga personnel sponsored by Opportunities for Youth. Messenger, an informa- tional organization for Leth- bridge youth, invited the troupe to the city as well as arranging local participation. George Shaw, of Messenger said local craftsmen are being contacted and invited to bring their wares and set up a booth using the sky and grass. Application forms are avail- able in the Messenger Office, east end of Central School or by calling They are avail- able for musicians, theatre groups or anyone at all interest- ed. Everything is free for par- ticipants except their own formation Alberta. centres throughout Five weeks later, those posted to Lethbridge were advised they could not be paid unless health certificates were again submit- ted to Edmonton. By now the girls were seriously in debt most being too far from home to raise enough to pay their board and lodging or even bus fares to and from work. They, therefore, walked miles daily in rain and wind and wen hungry. A letter to the govern ment, stating their plight brought a reply to the effec that there were too many peo north. Once again, they have to find their own bus fares which, it is hoped, will be re- funded in September. Their uniforms, commission- ed almost seven weeks ago, lave not materialized but will, 10 doubt, arrive when their summei- "job" comes to an end next rronlh. At least one of the girls had lo quit her so-longed-for inde- )endence and return home de- eated. She is too proud to bor- row any more. What kind of lesson in living :s the government trying to :each our young generation? lurely the opposite from that our parents taught: "Never let icople down who depend on ,'ou." Never take on responsi- Dilities you cannot pay for. Pay your bills promptly and never borrow money unneccessarily. If you make plans, stick to them." The U.S. have a trailer in busiest port on the Montana border, advising tour- ists on travel in Alaska. Hun- dreds of tourists pass through this customs post looking for information, yet, the planned Canadian centre has not ye' been set up. Instead, the trained students are shunted around places where they feel super- fluous. Mismanagement? (The views voiced In the above column do not neces- sarily concur with either those of The Herald or Lei- ster's, but are a reflection of the student's opinion.) Money-back guarantee by singer Optometry tests covered In provincial health plan Optomctry's roU in the na- tional and provincial health plans were discussed and com- pared during the international convention of the Canadian As- sociation of Optometry held re- cently in Vancouver. According to Dr. C. A. Palm- er, who attended the conven- tion, in almost all the provinces the public may have at least one eye refraction test every years and in many prov- inces including Alberta, once every year. The people of Quebec have all optometric services considr ered by the association, impor TORONTO (CP) Kris Kristofferson, a country song- writer-singer, may be the only entertainer who provides a money-back guarantee. Kristofferson a coffee-house apologized to audience here for what he described as an inept performance and asked the management to refund everyone's admission charge. Club owner Bernie Fiedler agreed, and 112 patrons ac- cepted the offer with four re- fusing. The author of the recent hits, Me and Bobby McGee and For the Good Times, stopped twice in the middle of songs during the show. Mr. Fiedler said he had never heard of a performer making such a move, but he COOL SHADE -Although swimming at Leihbridge's Henderson Pool four year old Sean Taylor hasn't quite gotten used to the Alberta sunshine as in the shade of a patio umbrella. Sean and his parents moved to felhbridge fr York City only a month ago. __ lot of fun, s he hide, om New Winter showing combines all Bible school for children on vacation An interdenominational vaca tion Bible school is planned fo August 5-6, and 9 through 13 and will be held in the Leth- bridge Friendship Centre. All Lethbridge and southern Alberta residents are invited to have their children, age 4-1 attend the daily classes whic will run from to a.m Special features will indue handicrafts such as beadworl and Mrs. Rose Yellow Feet wi present special demonstration of Indian dancing. Brotherhood, and the pracl cal everyday applications of tl Bible's teachings are to h stressed at the free session Weather permitting, some the classes may be held in Gal Garden. Anyone wishing further info mation about the school m; call 327-3404. talian fashions in nt lo complete visual care, ovided in their medical plan. Dr. Palmer said "very good ogress" has been made in Al- and that in the near fu: re many more optometric rvices, necessary in many ases for complete visual care, ill be provided in the Alberta ealth Plan. Such services could include mometry, a pressure test for laucoma; visual field cnart- ig; orthophitics, muscle train- _.ig exercises; subnormal vis- al tests and aids and contact ens fitting. 18... _ working hard so you caw surprise her with an extra week of vacation. CARPET and UNO (Complete Free Estimates! No Obligation! PHONE 377-8578 CAPITOL FURNITURE "The Carpet House of the South" didn't mind. "It wasn't came off Kris' tab." my money. It Family reunion STIRLING (HNS) Approx- imately 90 members of the late Alexander Adamson gath- ered at Woolford Park for a family reunion. Those attend- ing came from throughout southern Alberta and as far away as California. ROME (AP) Italian fall-] winter fashions turned back to the 1940s Sunday with a strong trend to masculine cut. Some- times they coupled nostalgia with the nude look. Antonclli's collection showed a hodgepodge of styles that de- noted either little courage or great confidence. It takes faith to stick to one style, but mixing them is likely to confuse pros- pective buyers. A decisively masculine trend emerged from the collection with trousers and vests. A short pinafore dress in black went with a man's shirt and tie and heavy walking shoes. Soft fell hats and'hair styles evoked the war years, while fur muffs gave a feminine touch. Coats came in brighter colors than the suits. With evening wear, Antonel- li made use of more and more black. A big round collar over a black see-through blouse hid part of the model's breasts. LEISTER'S MAIL ORDERSI Tick off the selections you want and send to us. You'll receive your records for only each. Please add 15e postage on orders and under. 1. SWEET CITY WOMAN-Stampeders f 2. IT'S TOO LATE-Carole King 3. NEVER ENDING SONG OF LOVE- Delaney, Bonnie and Friends 4. INDIAN RESERVATION-The Raiders 5. HOUSE AT POOH CORNER-Nitty Gritty Dirt Band 6 WHO DO YOU lOVE-Tom Rush I 7. RAINY DAYS AND MONDAYS-Ihe Carpenters 8. SUMMER SAND-Dawn 9. WHEN YOU'RE HOT YOU'RE HOT-Jerry Reed 10. I'VE B5EN MOVED-Andy Kim [111. RIDERS ON THE STORM-Tha Doors 12. SOONER OR LATER-Grass Roots A FORUM ABOUT MATURE WOMEN IEARN TO PLAY A GUITAR THIS SUMMER! CLASSIC GUITARS REDUCED FROM 10 50% Off Reg. Prices CLUB SERIES GARNET AMPS REDUCED BUY NOW AND SAVEI Large Selection of 45 LP RECORDS 250 EACH OR 5 for 1.00 LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDG., IETHBRIDGE NAME Dear Margaret Brookfield: My age is 50 and my hus- band's is 58. Our only child married recently. Of course, while he was growing up he was our m a i most of the time our only interest. Now we're experiencing the problems most middle-aged couples have. Not much to say to each other and wondering what we have in common. So I'm thinking about going back to work. I have a B.S. degree in education, with experience in the teaching field but no de- sire to return to it. Do you have any suggestions? Y. R., Corpus Texas Dear Y.R.: That's what comes of put- ting your eggs in one basket, so to speak. Now you really have some catching up to do, in terms of your marriage and your work. If you can, why not take a trip alone with your husband to a place where ne- ither of you have been? It needn't be an expensive or an elaborate trip. The idea would be to get out of your familiar nit and see what you can do about rediscovering one anoth- er. As for your vocational de- cisions, since you do have degree and some previous work experience, that's all to the good. Why not check with your local employment agen- cies or your slate employment service? They might be able to suggest administrative or oth- not necessarily involve teach- ing. i Dear Margaret Brookfield: Open black evening dresses showed a lot of the model's fig- ure and in masculine styling thei'e was a spangled tuxedo and gardener's overall in black sequins topped by a chess-board jacket. Black minidresses under long fur coats proved that hot pants have not edged out the short dress entirely. Tita Rossi went in for cape coa's in ivory, green, red, blue and black with matching feath- ered berets. VESTS OUTSIDE There were many wide-legged trousers with vests and coats. Some coats had the vest on the outside a curly fleece like a shepherd's jacket. Rossi widened sleeves by making them start from the waistline and tapering them down to the wrist in many of her evening dresses that come in melting blues and greens. Shorts appeared briefly in green sequins under a tulle petticoat dress. Black made a definite come- back in most collections. The simple little black dress and straight velvet coat were in again at. Baratta's. Baratta raised waists a little and just covered the knee in suits and dresses. But Baratta didn't go in_ for complete mourning. He mixed shocking pink with blended grey gowns and brought the rainbow out after the clouds in a bril- liantly colored taffeta full- skirted dress. The Fontana sisters narrowed and shortened kouser legs in as concerned with coats and capes. The coats had wide houlders and elbow length sleeves, the rest of the arm protected by black knitted gloves. A black tie put the finishing touch to suits, giving them a severe uniform look, with boots or knitted socks to match. CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HAll-Cor. 13th St. and 6th Ave. N. FRIDAY, JULY 30fh 8 O'CLOCK BIACKOUT JACKPOTS NUMBERS 4th ond 8th Games in 7 NUMBERS-12th Game 5 CARDS FOR OR 25e EACH LUCKY DRAW Persons Under 16 Years Not Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB ADDRESS or kinds of jobs which could utilize your background but I am 46 years old and these are some of my problems: 1) two grown daughters in col- lege; 2) demanding parents; 3) always feeling cranky, irri- table and nervous; and 4) a mixed-up husband having an affair. H. R., Burlington, N.C. Dear H. R.: Having two daughters in col- lege is not a problem, it's an accomplishment. As for de- manding par'ents, they're often only as demanding as you let them be. If you can draw the line realistically between what you can actually do for them and what you cannot, they may simmer down somewhat. The cranky, nervous feeling you describe may be a result of your problems or related perhaps to the menopause. Why not see your doctor and find out if you might be suffer- ing from a hormone deficien- cy? Many doctors prescribe estrogen replacement for such conditions. Your most serious problem would seem to be your wandering husband, but he turns up nt the bot'.om of your list. Perhaps he felt you've been so tied up with those other problems that he had to look elsewhere for at- tention. Why not give him top priority right now and sec if you can repair your relation- ship? their casual suits for the morn- ing. But most of their collection STRETCH STITCHES OFT FACTS flfT ISyeariagoElNA rAVli creottd Stretch Stltchei, Now competitor] are gelling exclttd Our I9J4 (15 yeori TAli Hold) SUPERMATIC can do more thon our "com- petitors' 1971 modeli. rirT. The EINA SUPER- rAll; MATIC It rated .....IJI. uanntllft machine. DON't BUY UNTIL YOU THY For free demonstration contact SEWING CENTRE 401 SIS Street South 357.1177 or 327.8111 Hey Kids There's Still a Time Left to WIN A CARLTON CRITERIUM ID-SPEED TOURING BICYCLE Exactly as Shown Above Valued at ABSOLUTEl" FREE Just mail your name, address and phone number along with 6 BOTTLE CAPS or MIXED of the following great FANTA DRINK PRODUCTS to Bon 5000, lethbridge, Alberta: GINGER ALE FANTA ORANGE SPRITE fl FRESCA ROOT BEER Enter as often as you wish See the bikes displayed at Bert and Mac's Cycle Ltd., 3rd Ave. S., Lethbridge. TAB GRAPE CREAM SODA GRAPEFRUIT 5 BIKES LEFT 5 DRAWS Next draw will be made July 31st and every Saturday for 4 more weeks. (Win- ners will be announced each L Be a winner with FANTA ORANGE PURITY BOTTLING (1967) LTD. AUTHORIZED BOTTLERS OF COCA COLA ;