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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, S, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGI! HERAID ivin Sister Immaculala Honored Damage By Local Tenants Not A Serious Problem By MARILYN ANDERSON Herald Family Editor Damage caused by tenants in rental housing is not con- sidered to be a problem in the city, according to spokesmen for several rental agencies. In a telephone survey of five rental agencies careful screen- ing was given as the reason for a lack of careless tenants. Several agents said they have so few worries over dam- age that they very seldom ever take a damage deposit. One agent said that a damage de- posit will be returned to clients who prove to be good and con- scientious tenants. Another agent said that agen- cies will possibly have fewer problems than private land- lords. "We're careful, we select, we think." Another agent said his agen- cy has cut cut damage deposits entirely, and has no problem with tenants. He said the type of position a tenant holds, and the amount of rent to be paid, often indicates responsibility. He said an individual not living in the city who rents property is foolish not to use an agency. Landlords may be a little more fussy than agencies in what amounts to damage, said one agent. "If somebody puts a nail in the wall they might consider it damage. We consider it wear and said the agent. Low rental housing doesn't appear to have more than its LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Campus Corner By SIMON RUDDELL UBC proposed North Leth- bridge golf course for those players of twenty five years of age and under is a highly worthwhile project for golfers, whether or not they are under twenty five. In very few other Canadian cities does golf play such an important part in the recreation of the young, and in very few other cities are the conditions so conducive to the youth having their own course to run properly and play on ser- iously. Lethbridge has much land to spare for this sort of venture and should take ad- vantage of the situation as at the moment both the existing courses are a long way from anyone living on the north side. Quite naturally it is a privil- ege for the junior golfers to play at these clubs and there are many restrictions on their teeing off times. Most of them are reasonable but the fact re- mains, however, that the ju- niors" time is limited by this means as well as by school, university and summer jobs. What they need is a course. where they are entitled to play at anytime at their own con- venience. The new course will supply just that. It will permit promising young golfers, both male and female, to pursue the game without obstructing the older members. It will lead to more companionship and more competitive play in the form of leagues and tournaments than is now existent. Family memberships and games are still to be encour- aged at the other clubs, and it is at these times that both etiquette tnd general deport- ment on a golf course can be instilled into the young player who will in turn see to it that such standards are maintained on his own course. This will not detract from the impor- tance of having a course where the juniors can play at any time with their friends or mere- ly practise by themselves. I feel, however, that it is ask- ing too much of the already overburdened Lethbridge tax- payer that he should have to finance such a project. Is it not possible that it could be re- garded as a business venture by some of our more enterpris- ing citizens? LEISTER'S MAIL ORDERSI Tick off the selection you want ond lend 10 us. You'll receive your records for only each. Please Add 15c Postage on Orders and under. 1. EVERYTHING IS BEAUTIFUL-Ray Stevens 2. AMERICAN WOMAN-The Guess Who t 3. UP AROUND THE BEND-Creedanco Clearwater 4. LITRE GREEN BAG-Thc George Baker Selection S. SOMETHING'S BURNiNG-Tst Edition 6. LET IT BE ME-Tho Beatles 7. PUPPET MAN-5th Dimension 8. CECILIA-Simon and Garfunkel 9. GET READY-Rare Earth 10. HITCHIN A RIDE-Vanily Fair COMING EVENTS JUNE 7th- p.m. Yates BIG BAND CONCERT Sponsored by ladies' Auxiliary to SI. Michael's Hospital Overture Concert Series Tickets Now Available LONDON STEREO CASSETTES Examples: TQM JONES ENGELBERT HUMPERDINCK THE VENTURES ROLLING STONES THE MOODY BLUES, ETC. Regular SC98 5 LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. I PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDG., LETHBRIDGE NAME I ADDRESS share of thoughtless renters, according to the Mid-West Properly manager at Rideau Court. He said the majority are "real good tenants." Most of the repair is from normal wear and tear. He said he's fixed up one apartment where the bathroom and bedroom door had been kicked in and repaired holes in the walls. He was in agreement with other agents however thai these problems are few and far between. There's still a waiting list for the low rentals wilh some per- sons wailing nearly two years to get an apartment Tenants must be making under to qualify and will not he evicted until they reach A deposit is maintained for damage at Rideau Court. However, amounts taken off are usually for small items, said the manager. cLocal Social and Dance to be held in Polish Hall, 715 13 Street North. Sponsored by the Ukrai- nian Catholic Women's League. Music by the Southerners. Members and guests welcome. Southminster Junior Girls Choir will nol practise on Sat- urday but will meet Sunday at a.m. at Southminster United Church hall. Picnic to follow at Mrs. Templeton's farm. Golden Jubilee Celebrated Sister M. Immaculata, one o( the pioneer members of St. Michael's General Hospital, was honored on Thursday on (lie occasion of the fiftieth an- niversary of her religious pro- fession. The day was observed with a High Mass in the hospital chap- el at 4 p.m., followed by dinner in the cafeteria dining room for the Sisters and guests, and concluding with a social eve- ning in the auditorium of the residence. Sister M. Immaculata was assigned to the hospital in 1931 the year the new St. Miclnel's Hospital was opened, and in 1932 was appointed Adminislra tor and Superior. Since that lime she has been closely as- sociated with the hospital for a total of approximately nineteen years, serving at various times in the capacity of administra- tor and superior, as phantn cist and as building consultant for the new service wing com- pleted in 1967. During the early years, Sis ter Immaculata guided the newly established hospital through the difficult period of the depression. During her time of administration the east wing was added to the hospital and also the School of Nursing and residence. Born and educated in Nova Scotia, Sister M. Immaculala entered the Congregation of the Sisters of St. Martha in 1918. After her religious profession in 1920, she took laboratory work and attended the Nova Scotia College of Pharmacy In Halifax. In 1929 she graduated from St. Michael's Hospital School of Nursing in Toronto, and in 1931 obtained her B.Sc, degree from St. Francis Xavier University in Antigonish. In 1939 Sister Immaculata re- ceived her fellowship in the American College of Hospital Administrators. In 1937, while administrator at St. Michael's, Sister Imma- culata was elected Superior General of the Congregation of the Sisters of St. Martha, and spent the following six years at the Motherhouse in Antigonish directing the activities of the growing community of Sisters, Sister Immaculata also served ers DEAR ANN LANDERS: On occasion you have admitted you made a nu'stake and changed your advice. I hope you will do so again. I refer to your counsel to the woman who didn't want children and married a man who said1 he didn't want children either. Seven years later he changed his mind. She was furious and signed her letter "Betrayed." You advised counseling, called her "immature and selfish" and said she would probably lose the guy if she didn't grow up. Well, she might be immature and selfish, but she is also honest enough to admit the mother role is not for her. And what's so terrible about that? I see many women who would be better off if they had made the same so would their unwanted, ignored children. The most pressing problems in the world today are over- population and pollution. And the second problem is linked to the first. It is a known fact that people are the greatest polluters. The last thing the world needs is more people. So I pick up the paper and see where Ann Landers tells a gal to get counseling so she will be able to tolerate kids she doesn't even Please eat those With Her DEAR SIDING: Gulp, gulp, gulp. Consider the decision reversed. I would not, however, go so far as to agree with Paul Ehrlich's statement that "the mother of the year should be a sterilized two adopted children." a Alcohol is no shortcut to social success. If you think you have to drink to be accpeted by your friends, get the facts. Read "Booze and You For Teen-Agers by Ann Landers. Send 35 cents in coin and a long, self-addressed stamped envelope with your request. In the following houses of the Congregation: St. Martha's Hospital, Antigonish; St. Jo- seph's Hospital, Glace Bay, N.S.; St. Peter's Hospital, Mel- ville, Sask; and Mineral Springs Hospital, Banff. Her long and fruitful years in the service of the sick have won for Sister Immaculata many loyal and devoted friends. t by Walter Kerber SISTER IMMACULATA 50 Years In Religious Order Campus Corner Columns Needed The Herald and Leister's Music is opening its Campus Corner column to the public for the summer months. Any youth between Hie ages of 1C- 20 wishing to submit mate- rial for tills column should contact the Family Desk in writing or by calling 32S-141U The Herald reserves the right to edit all copy which should be typewritten, ap- proximately 300-soo words in Jength and accompanied by name, address, present school, and picture if pos- sible. Payment will lie standard rate for the column. Deadline for Friday publication is noon Thursday. CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HALL-Cor. 13th St. ond 6th Ave. N. FRIDAY, JUNE 5th 8 O'CLOCK BLACKOUT JACKPOT NUMBERS 4th ond Eth Games in 1 NUMBERS-12 Came LUCKY DRAW 5 CARDS FOR OR 25c EACH Persons Under 16 Years Not Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASIL'S MEN'S ClUB QF LETHBRIDGE HEALTH UNIT DENTAL SERVICE A free dental service is available to all pre-schooi children of the City during the months of June, July and August. Appointments for topical application of fluorides may be made by phoning the Health Unit office at 327-2166. DR. A. A. BYRNE, Medical Officer of Health. J The Better Half cartoon will be found on page 21 for today only. AVENUE SHO McFARLAND BLDG., LETHBRIDGE Always Offers. More Fashion and Value For Your Money! See our great selection or Summer Shoes Now o can depend on us for best valuei alw SANDALS In White, Beige, Brown and in alt heel heights. CHUNK HEELS DRESS PUMPS By NATURALIZER, RED CARPET and other exclusive rond Names. All reasonably priced to fit any budget In the very Newest Slyles for Summer, Sheila M. Malm was recent- ly granted her Ph.D. in Theo- Chemistry by the Univer- sity of Bristol in England. Her studies abroad were sup- sorted first by a Commonwealth Scholarship and later by a Spe- cial Scholarship from the Na- ional Research Council of Canada. Dr. Malm, the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. N. Malm of Calgary formerly of Vauxhall) received icr elementary and secondary education in Vauxhall and her J.Sc. in Honours Chemistry at ho University of Alberta, Ed- monton. She is presently engaged in further research at the National Research Council of Canada in Ottawa as a post-doctoral fel- low, i FOR PR1C CHUCK STEAK! STEMETT EGGS GRADE 'A' MEDIUM L GINGER CANADA DRY NO DEPOSIT QUARTS POTATO CHIPS GOLDEN TOP Tri Pak APPLE JUICE SUN RYPE p RED LABEL j Q tin R> WATERMELONS RED, RIPE, and JUICY each STRAWBERRIES FROZEN SCONA 15-oz, pkg. PHONE 328-1751 FOR FREE DELIVERY ;