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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE IETHBR1DGE HERALD Tueidoy, Jgni 6, 177J Svmohony woman j i appoint executive Mrs. Sheila Wickey was elect- ed president for the ensuing year at the annual meeting oi the Lethbridge Symphony Women's League held recently at the .home of Mrs. Gladys Shorthouse. Other members elected lo tho BHEILA WICKEY presiclen PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM [Upilolrl] EVERY THURS-8 p.m. xccutive are Mrs. Louise uaw, vice president; Mrs. Kit mnkett, recording secretary; Irs. Mary Pieschuk, corres- ending secretary; Mrs. Marion Greemvay, trea- urer; Mrs. Jean Maguire and Irs. Dcrnice Spence, directors. The league was originally or- anized in the fall of 1800 as committee to assist ne newly formed symphony rchestra and its conductor. In February of 1961, it be- anie a league pledged to the upport of all branches of the symphony Association which in- orporated the orchestra, choir md junior symphony, the lat- er having since been disbanded. The Lethbridge Musical Theatre was also an offshoot i{ the Symphony Association, >ecoming autonomous a few years ago. The major fund raising pro- ject and social event of tho eague's year is the Annual Symphony Ball, to be held this season on Saturday, Septem- >er 16 at the Holiday Inn. Proceeds of the ball and other events go toward scholarships and the purchase of musical in- struments for the orchestra and Lhe chorus. HUMAN VALUES COUNT MONTREAL (CP) Unless society replaces the mechanized work ethic with more human values the price of progress will be the maladjusted child, says Charles Caouette, University of Montreal psychologist. 'Society can't go on valuing people just for what they can produce be- cause in the next two decades only 10 per cent of the popula- tion will be engaged In actual production." One court for all family law advised in report on reform JASPER, Alln. (CP) A proposal to consolidate all fam- ily law matters under the juris- dicalion of one court was rec- ommended here in an Interim report on tlie Alberta family court system, Prepared by the Alberta In- stitute of Law Research and Reform, the 100-page report was presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Bar Association's Alberta branch. A final report is to be prepared by September. Institute Chairman W. H. ilurlburt of Edmonton said rec-' ommondatlons in the final re- port will be sent to the minister of jusllco and the Alberta gov- ernment. The Canada Law Re- form Commission is also re- viewing family law. In Alberta, family law mat- ters now fall within the juris- diction of five different courts. Some disputes have involved the jurisdictions of up to four courts. "Nothing short of the inslitu- I I H II alendar of local lia. K10-TO-KID small fry of the animal world were a big attraction for these youngsters from Lee Crock Educational Centre in Cardston, during a visit to the Stewart Game Farm. Gathered around the baby a ntelope ore Calherine Hemingway, Kim Sudo, Peter Vander Heide. to right: Cindy Healy, Kerber Photo HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CAIL 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 1st AVE. 5. BINGO LETHBRIDGE FISH 4GAME ASSOC. IN THE EAGIES HALL 13th SI. N. JACKPOT 53 NUMBERS FREE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS (4th, 8th and IN 7 NUMBERS NO CHI1DREN UNDER 16 Opportunity for involvement provided by special funding rPhe Women of the Moose, A Chapter No. 328, will hold the regular meeting on Tuesday at 8 p.m. Hostesses will be Evelyn Carlston and Estella Spaceman. The regular monthly meeting of the Wilson White Community Club will be held at the home of Mrs, R. W. Greeno on Thurs- day at p.m. A social hour will follow the business meet- ing. i Friendship Lodge will hold the regular meeting -on Wed- nesday at 8 p.m. in the IOOF Hall. Usual lunch. Tlie Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens Organization will hold a tea and home bak- ing sale on .Wednesday from 2- p.m. in Gym 2 of the Civic Sports Centre. Highlight ot the day will be the crowning t the queen. Everyone wel- ome. t Tlie regular meeting of Do- minion Hebekah Lodge will be ield in the Oddfellows Hall on hursday at 8 p.m. A banquet precede the meeting at :30 p.m. Sister Paulina Jas- man, president of the Rebekah Assembly of Alberta, will be making her official visit at this ime. Members of Faith' Rebek- ah No. 93 and other TORONTO (CP) Native people, pensioners, feminists and pregnant women will all get some help, indirectly, from the YVYCA. Nine projects that Involve these various groups have re- ceived money from a fund offered by Roots, a com- mittee of the Y. Roots received 53 applications from seven provinces and one territory. Some applicants were referred to other sources of funding. For quality and value depend on CIL Paints. Dollar for dollar your best Hoots funding went to com-i unity based groups that could ot find funding elsewhere and at offered opportunity for in- olvement, rather than employ- ent in the usual sense. A Y release says: "Roots Is om milled to a process ot soci- 1 change and wishes to aid peo- le to develop the skills which ill enable them to gain control ver the decisions which affect lieir lives." The commillee was made up f young people, some of them lembers of the Y's youth and itercultural commillee. They voted to the Nee- gonagishic Native Youth Organ- zalion in Sudbury, Ont., to 'create an awareness and iroaden our cultural back, jround. The Labor Centre in AVindso: Ont. got to help provide meeting place where workers students and community peopl' can discuss problems. ACCRA Abortion and Con :raceptive Counselling and Re- search Association, got to provide a voluntce abortion counselling service an compile research informatio: for abortion law repeal groups. The Kanawak Indian Hand: crafts in Caughnawaga, Que got It comprises si women, who want to start wholesale business for India handicrafts. The largest grant, wen to the community workshop i Kamloops, B.C. It Is a worksho which local welfare recipi- nts, pensioners, and low in- ome people can produce anc ell handicrafts, repair and scl onated articles and distribute sed clothing. Other grants went to a groii] n St. John's, Nfld., to provide a eminist speaker to initiate dis ussion on the status of women o services for unmarried moth ITS in Halifax; a food co-opera live in Kingston, Ont., an Vomen's Coalition for Abortio jaw Repeal in Montreal. love is, visiting Rebckahs are asked to alleml Ihis banquet and mect- 'gmnaj a Annie Chappell, Tuesday, June 13, at 1 p.m. with Mrs. T. Osecki, 618 11 St. N., luncheon; Jubilee, Tuesday, June 13, at p.m., polluck supper at the home of Mrs. M. Goldie, 033 10 St. N; Clara King, no meeting Ihis month; Emily Lylle, Thursday at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. V Rhodes, 1232 5 Avc. N; Magowan-llarletnen, Thurs day at p.m., potluck luncheon at the home of Mrs W. Nicol, 1717 7 St. N; Whitmore Johnston, Thurs clay al p.m., potluck sup per at Ihe home of Mrs. J. It Chollack, 1703 6 Avc. N please bring a prospcctiv member. The Ladies Aid of SI. Pete and St. Paul's Church will ho! the regular meeting on Tue. day at 8 p.m. in the parish hal lostesses for the evening wi je Mrs. Ann Davles and Mr: Helen Deal. The monthly meeting of tl Sir Alexander Gait Chapte IODE, will be held on Thur> day at 2 p.m. at the home Mrs. G. S. Brown. Christian Science teslimon meeting will be held Wedne day at p.m. in the chun auditorium, 1203 4 Ave. Everyone welcome. of a single court" will Ive the problems of multiple rlsdlclion and having differ- t phases ot the same dispute in different courts, port said. Other major recommendt- ons: The proposed court be part the Supreme Court of Alber- "separate in organization nd witli specialized judges and presiding judge, but recog- zing the chief justice of ial division as Its forma! ead." The legislature give auth- rity for the appointment of art-time judges in areas 'here it is impractical to hava full-time family law judge. The judges be given per- manent appointments and elected on the basis of capa- ility and interest in family aw matters. The courts have a strong ack-up force of trained per- onnel to assist tlie judges. Legal aid be available to hose who need it. Although the report recom- mends a single court lor fam- ly law, it said it may be nec- essary to have one court for matters under federal jurisdict- ion and another for those un- der provincial law. Mr. Justice William Sinclair of the Alberta Supreme Court, Trial Division, questioned whether, by having judges spe- cialize in family court matters, :hey would be able lo maintain their impartiality and remain dispassionate. Mr. Justice Sinclair said there are about 25 fields of law touching family situations and, to follow through with the one- court concept, all would have to he brought under the jurisdic- tion of the new court. Hugh Landerkin of Calgary said the proposals raised red flaps" which requir- ed atlcnUon by the legal profes- sion. One was whether informa- tion given to a social worker attached to a family court should be privileged. He said this area raised many questions including rules of hearsay evidence which had to be considered. u knowing she's watching your graduation. The L e t hbridge Christian Business and Professional Wo- men will hold a dinner meeting on Monday, June 12 at p.m. at Sven Ericksen's Famil} Restaurant. Speaker will be Mrs. Joanne Penner, Medicine Hat Club Advisor. Featured will be a Japanese floral ar- rangement presented by Mrs. A. Terasliima. Music will lie provided by a trio from Medi- cine Hat. For cancellation ot reservations, please con t a c t Susan Enns, 345-3426 or M. Langman, 345-3965. Included In the activities planned for senior week Chinook Senior Citizens and Peasioners Organization is a trip to Dr. Stewart's Game Farm on Thursday, with the bus to leave the post office at p.m. There will be a pot- luck luncheon held on Saturday at noon with Colcman, Belle- crest and Blairmore branches as guests. Members requesting more Information or tickets for the game farm may phone, 327-3264. First United Church UCW unit meetings for June are as follows; Margaret Atkins, Thursday at 1 p.m. at the home of Mrs. D.! Shorthouse, 1311 3 Ave. N.' Luncheon will precede the meeting; THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "Let's go somewhere else. That's what I'm trying to get away from." SIMPSONS-SEARS SEWING MACHINE RENTAL loll of mending lo do? A wedding icon? A lo be creative? Rent and Sew with a gargeoui KENMORE ZIG ZAG Irom Simpsons-Sears. 328-9231 Or Drop In At Simpsons-Sears, Centre Village Mall For Complete Delalli JOHN FORREST COLOR CENTRE Painti and Wallpaper J21 5lh St. S. 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