Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
i UVit v Just Jude By JUDE TURIC THE local soaphox has been standing vacant for some time, but with Ihe naming of the astronom- ical figure that Goldielocks is about to receive for skating around, it won't be vacant long. It's about time somebody decided to take a stab at the wonderful winter sport of boxing, name-calling, and general hullahalloo nicknamed hockey. Sports are great. But so many people have gotten so carried away, it's hard to recognize what sport is being screamed for, and who or why the people are screaming. Talk about not wanting the kiddies to see violence on TV or movies! Parents ought lo take a real close look at the wonderful world of sports. The most irksome factor is the amount of good green money these gladiators are being swamped with. Fantastic sums with OOOOOO's till they come out un pronounceable, hit me as being far beyond all reason. Although Goldielocks may deserve a great deal of recognition, as he is a terrific sportsman, it still leaver me cold thinking of paying out to see a person use a set of talented feet, strapped uito hoots on knives, and sliding on frozen water at a couple hundred dollars pei stride. That money could be well used elsewhere, and do a great deal more good, other than feeding Goldielock's family with steak and lobster seven times a week. Plenty of people are managing just fine with income less than the third million, and find it possible lo survive with a roast or fried chicken on the dinner menu. Naturally, the hockey association isn't the only trans gressor, but shares the spotlight with many other lean and single sports, including football. The point of the matter is that these funds could be reduced to a more-than-comfortable wage, and the re- mainder much better used in medical research, social problems and society in general. For one, I'd much rather see 2.5 million go into re- search on cancer, multiple sclerosis, cystic fibrpsis and a hundred deadly diseases like these, than into the pocket of a famous hockey player or football hero. Unfortunately, those in the silent majority run true to form, and remain silent. Ihutitlr.y, Juno 29. THE LETHBR1DGE HERAID 21 GOLDEN WEDDING ANMVERSARY Mr and Mrs. George V. Price were honored recently on the occasion of their 50lh wed Jing anniversary with a calling reception. Present at ihe celebration were their Two SOTS, George and Roy, as well as tlieir six grandchildren. The couple are long-time residents of Ihe city, -de Jourdan phoio Shades have come a long way: utility blinds go decorative Ann Landers By JEAN SHARP CP Women's Editor TORONTO (CP) Shades lave come a long way from v i n d o w blinds. The once trictly utilitarian blind now is jeing promoted as part' of the decorative scheme. It comes in colors, with fringes, and design- ed to pull up instead of down 3r even sideways. Margaret Livingstone is fash- on co-ordinator for Daly and llorin Ltd. of La chine, Que. She says if you're interested ,n buying shades, plain or 'ancy, the first thing you have to do is measure correctly. "Most people don't now how a measure. When they find :hey must be correct to the absolute inch, they are lost. "Measure inside or outside DEAR ANN LANDERS: May I reply to the woman who has no guest bed and only love seats in tie living room to make sure nobody sleeps overnight in her home? I must say the old sourpuss is missing a lot. One of the happiest weeks of my life was when I had eight house guests plus my own family of five. We slept on the floor, on army cots and in a hammock on the porch. We ate in shifls and it was sheer bedlam. But what a wonderful time we had! It was a party, around the clock, with everyone pitching in. The house was filled with laughter. There wasn't a single com- plaint. That woman with no extra bed will never have such won- derful such memories. I'll bet her well-organized life is deadly dull and I can imagine what her friends and rela- tives think of her. Open-Hearted in Plainfield DEAR OPEN: You make it sound easy but not all guests can be put on the floor, or in a hammock, or counted on to pitch in. I have childhood memories of sleeping on the floor when our house was filled with company and it was great fun for us kids. But it was my dear mother who did. all the work. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'm a 14-year-old girl who doesn't know what to do about her seven-year old sister. There's going to be a talent contest soon and she wants to be in it. This would be great if she had talent. The poor kid thinks she can sing. When 1 was in the fourth grade I thought I could sing, too. I remember gelling up in a school assembly and making a big fool of myself. I don't want it to happen to my sister. She's been rehearsing for the past week and it's pretty gross. Mom says to leave her some people have lo learn the hard way. 1 hate lo see her suffer like I did. Please, Ann, how can 1 help Sister DEAR SIS: Leave her alone. Some people have to learn the hard way. Is alcoholism raining your life? Know the danger signals and what to cto. Read the booklet, And by Ann Landers. Enclose 35 cents in coin with your request a long, stamped, self-addressed envelope to this newspaper. (c) ltlT2 Publishers-Hall .Syndicate a range of colors, Miss Living- j stone says people use them alone, in combination with cur- tains and drapes or wallpaper to get all sorts of effects. "You can use a see through curtain over a colored shade for a kicky effect. "You can contrast the plains if you use them with a print. "In an apartment you can use shades and drapes lo cre- ate a colored wall without paint- ing. "Willi ture we get a lot of requests for a clear red. Primary colors are selling to young people. They want yellow, not gold, or clear blacks and whites. "One thing we tell people is that you do have to have a cer- tain amount of color balance, especially in a large room. You contemporary (urui- the window frames where you shouldn't put one big blob of want the cloth or tha rackets, red here and not put red any- where else." Miss Livingstone says vacu- There is about three quarters of an inch difference. "Shades do come in standard sizes, but as long as they're plain, they can be cut. If a shade is cut or made to mea- sure, you can't take it back." Because shades now come in IETHBRIDGE Bui I'm allergic lo medicine! OFFICE FURNITURE LIMITED POST OFFICE BOX 938 LETHBRIDOE, ALBERTA Lower Level 7lh Street Shopping Mall 316 7lh St. South Phone (403) 328-7411 Pretidont STAN WORBOYS Voluntary health centres EDMONTON (CP) Com- munity health centres can be established only on a voluntary basis, Dr. Graham Clarkson of the University of Alberta's health services' administration, said here. He told the annual meeting of the Canadian Nurses1 Asso- ciation the centres wouJd make major changes in health ser- vices in Canada, but open re- sistance by the medical profes- sion would make it a slow pro- cess. Dr. Clarkson said the cen- tres could be a threat to public health, mental health and so- cial welfare programs luidcr the control of the provincial governments. The centres should reduce hospitalization and surgical rates and provide a full range of preventive, diagnostic and curative services, he said. If the centres are to survive, governments will have to pro- vide grants or loans, Dr. Clark- son said. KEKI' FROZEN You can keep cooked meat- stuffed cabbage rolls in your freezer for as long as two months. uming does a lot to keep plastic and plastic-coated shades clean. "Each time you vacuum a room, vacuum the shade and wash it twice a year. "You wash them flat on the Eloor or on big table. Wash one side at a time and dry one side at a time. When you hang it back up, roll it completely up over one night." She says people with large, problem windows can get shades that will pull up instead of down or pull across. "It can give you better light control or he useful in an apartment where it's the bot- tom of the window you want covered. But it's a tricky in- stallation that's definitely made to measure." Miss Livingstone says cur- tain and shade manufacturers will have to comply with new legislation and indicate the fabric content and fire hazard potential of their products. CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS TORONTO, June 29th When a woman Jooks noised and confi- dent you can be sure she's fastidious not only in her dress, make-up and hair, but also in her personal Tare. Thai's why she uses DEMURE CLEANSING DEODORANT DOUCHE. You see, Demure was created to cleanse internally, so you feel com- pletely clean and fresh. 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