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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Fritfay, Mnrcll 10, 1972 Recreation ior children aim of city youth project j-a Ky JUDi: Tl'KIC' llcralil Shift Writer Nine I.cthlnidye stmk'iil.s r action between groups anil in- The problem now (acini! Ilic inking UK' federal j student croup is an inability to povermnent's Opportunities for secure sufficient equipment for Youth program. At Ilie same the recreational programs they time they are atteinptini; lo Invc planned for Hie summer lielp ciiy'chiltlren enjoy months. tional activities v.hieli I li e y I "The funds which we arc go- mii'lit not otherwise hi- able to in? to receive (or the project.'1 take part in. said John, Roinp to be John Demers. spoki'siurm for able lo cover the piircnase of the group, said the summer pro- equipment, What have to do JL'ct was meant lo leach skills I is depriu! on donations of ten- Saturday and recreatiimal enjoyment to nis racquets. clubs and any Slinners am children whose families amid camping equipment." not afford to supply equipment John said all MAl'KKl-'N .IAM1KSON L-'amilv for the proposed spoils. be out in full force lo bombard donations of, local citizens with tickets for equipment would be helpful lo their .danl sweepstake. "We" plan to lake the children' Ilic "project, and information All Shrine proceeds are car- bikinc tenth MitAival li'dmi- clunulions can be oh- marked for the crippled clnl- dues leach tennis, puif. wood lamed by phoning Staa. dren's hospitals and the three and tin v.cekcml camp- The members of the group have ail had extensive experi- ence uith child groups and are roctly on these activities, will have a varieiy of juics.1 .speakers on various The project is tniMiil to facil- itate eutertainmcr.l needs, (If- velon interest and Keen liic children occupied mul eniiapcd in meaningful activities. It is hoped the children will some practical knowledge also experienced hiking and campinp hist rut lors. out ana and Mrs K H. liisler returned to Lelhbridgc a vaeatiei: in burns hospitals supported by "Siiu'e the Shrine hospitals began" fifly years said Jack Moore, chairman of Ihe Shrine Crippled Children's Conv mntee in "they have cured or materially help- ed about H55.CIXI children." "Any crippled chili! can apply to the Shriners and he sent for he explained. "The child has to be referred f or" doctor, and an sive She is application form is given to tho parents." The nearest crippled chil- O By PAT SUIAM10K the of daily school lifo in the hallowed halls oE Chur- j i chill. I EHIND I ho excited cheer- Though not meant to be a ing and shouts of "Go. i replacement for dear departed Fight, Win." the Winston Chur- young Winston U chill Griffins did just that lo j working his into the hearts capture the Southwest Zone of Churchill people and will "B" girls basketball champion- soon. 1 predict, have the run ship last weekend. of the whole school. The Griffins, who faced stiff j competition in their three A few activities are planned dren's hospital is m Winnipeg Mr. Moore said. have about eight chil- dren we sctnl to Winnipeg. The Lctbbriiiue Shrine Cluh pays for transportation, and treatment is free fur any child up to age iii.'1 Tlie first child from this to he sent to n Shnne hum hospital, he said, was eight- i old Stacey Manser, 1 merly of Tort .laclpod and now living in Lcllibriclge. Two years ago Stacey's niiiht povin caught fire and by the tiiiiu she was given aid, she hat! sustained burns to PO per j cent of her body. I was "miraculous" Staeey survived. Calvary hospital ofti cials at the time. Staeey sent to the burns ex t on- to re- turn there in April, said Mr. Moore, for further reconstruc- tive surgery which is presently unavailable in this area, Spe cialized techniques and equip- ment and certain anesthetic pro- cedures will be used lo help re- build her IIOFC and remove scar tissue from throat. IOM! Shriners pay the chil- dren's transportation costs di- rectly and actual treatment costs indirectly, through club fees and charitable activities. dollars from the dues of each of the Shriners in the organization go towards the operating costs of the hospital, as does all money raised from the Shriners' numerous pro- jects, HIGHER AND HIGHER Combine 35 inlerdenomino- ticnal ChrisJian young people, take them out of high schools, university and career situations, and have them rehearse together for six months. Result: Nafurat High, a falk-rock musical, directed by Mrs. Annabslle to be presented Sunday at 7 p.m. in McKillop United Church. The group has performed in several churches in 1he cily, ond plans lo travel !o olher soulh Alberta points. games, won the zone trophy for a crack at the provincial cham- pionship With the school squarely be- hind iis, it would certainly be to win it all and for the month oi March. French Travel Group will span- sor a Wake-a-thoii. Entrants j stay awake as long as possible j ,1ACK MOOKF women's and are sponsored for each back the championship trophy, j hour they are awake. Time will tell! I Our first Wake-a-thon. held in Meanwhile, our Bulldogs will November, was fairly success- part icipatc in thoir Southwest fnv. but this one hopes to be r tor Mechanic liad a. problem a. elati continues Zone Tournament this weekend, i be1 tier, and especially, The tourney, to be held at the j more profitable. Civic Centre, promises to pro- j vide a great deal of basketball Four members of our student j iiam nas t entertainment and excitement, i council will partake in an ex- _ es m! nov? S The Bulldogs have a fine i change with student council chance of winning this tourna- i niembsv of the r'aber W. El. ment and advancing to the pro- Myers High School from March vincial finals to be held next 22-21. weekend in Edmonton. Good luck Bulldogs and "GO, TEAM, The exchange is designed for swapping ideas, and ideals. suggestions No student council is perfect With hvo great performances j and seeing how other ones func- behind them, the cast of The j [ion is a vital step in the im- King and I would like to enter- j provement of one's own. This tain YOU tonight or tomorrow j would seem to be the central night at the Yates Centre. concept behind the exchange, This producUon is really and a relevant concept it seems great and I'm sure you'll enjoy to be-. it immensely if you go. The many hours the cast and j March 30 is the day set aside crew have put into this grand to honor an extremely worthy was reunited 1 ith parents, OS II AW A, fCT! Myrna Hanf has, found two nn- 5 looking foi an aunt. Mrs. Llanf's father, Merton Adams, was one of four children placed in foster homes in the 1920s by their parents. Mr. and ST. CATHARINES, 0 n t. fCP) Women's advocate Laura Sabia has gone through two elected municipal posi- tions and some of the callers her radio phone-in pro- gram offer her surprises siie never knew as a former alder- man and one-time separate sciiool trustee. .nc man quoted the scrip- tures to the effect that woman was put on earth to do the Mrs. Horace Adams. Thcv'lived I and if she were in Northampton, Mass., at the limy. "My grandmother was very ill and they had no money. My grandmother had the children in the state hospital and had no equal to a man God would have made her in His own image. Another caller, a woman, said she was "undermining the family unit the way choicc but to let them go into of life in Canada. foster homes." Mrs. Hanf s father, who now I lives in Yarmouth, N.S., ran away from his foster home and show have not been for nothing, within our student body. That group is our osvn cheer- Their enormous efforts are re- warded with this stage spec- leadens, of whom we are all s taclc. proud. Tickets arc still available for- Even (hough they, like any Mrs. Hanf says she used to ask her grandfather about his dispersed family. "Ho wasn't sure they were, and lie said 'You'd tonight's and tomorrow night's other group have had their ups f'nc] them1. 1 thought wouldn't it performances at the Yales box j ar.d downs this year, they were Dc nice it y-'o knew where some office. Get yours now to avoid j always there when you ncedec ni-v family ai'e-i so began in- to help cheer you on to vesligating." disappointment, By the way, the Graduation Committee's raffle draw for the portable stereo c a r t- ridge player will be made on Saturday night during one of The King and I's intermissions. School spirit has perked up considerably since the acquisi- tion of our new mascot, Win- ston. He is a real cute as a bulldog can be) liltle dog and seems to be getting afong quite nicely with most of our 650 students. He has already been exposed (o the noise and clamor of bas- ketball games, the solitude of the student council office and Jlsnf found her uncles spring, and lias visited j Some callers during her two-hour morning stint berate her for her "high" education, she said in an interview. Tt is these callers Mrs. Sabie be- lieves would vehemently op- pose her if sbe tried to enter federal politics. The same people, she said with a sigh, refused to elect ber mayor four years ago. TOLD IT'S MAN'S JOD "Friends told me being mayor was a job for a man, not a womai." But the woman who couldn't schools ar.d I didn't be- lieve in the system and so I she recalled. INTERESTED IN IUG1ITS Her public service career has veered to the area of women's rights and site be- lieves she has established her credentials. She served as an rnitspokon national president of the Ca- nadian Federation of Univer- sily Women and now is con- tinuing her efforts through her National Ad Hoc Ac-lion Com- mittee of 40 organisations Jo They probably don't know how much thev were appreci- them. Elliott, 51. lives in Con-j get elected mayor was one of atut through the football and i cord, Mass., and Ernest, fil, those most influential in per- lives in Grafton, suading Ottawa to set up the Mrs. Hanf believes her aunt basketball seasons anri, hopo- fully, this day of theirs will h r i n g them the recognition whith. is rightfully theirs, The {lay will conclude v.'Kh a dance that night featuring ......_ j Sun. 1 tion. He has her records from te fwcll. fts j Como on out and have your- tlit? Northampton vSlalc Hospital good time at Churchill! (The views voiced in llio jjhovp coluinn (U> neces- sarily concur with either tluise The Ilfraid or Leister's, are a reflection of the Miniont's T-V COMING EVENTS "THE KING AMD I" Presenlecl by Churchill Higfi School YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE MARCH 8, 9, 10 ond 11 KATIE JOHNSON A votol recital presented by the Anne Campbell Singers ond the Teen Clefs SUNDAY, MARCH 19 ALBERTA BALLET COMPANY Presented by the ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL royal commission on the also somewhere in st-ttris of women, setts. And despite what callers "A Dr. Morris Kaplan is sny, Mr.s. Sabia is convinced ig to send me soiv.e informa- she Jias her (Sues as a n.oilier. ''ICvei ybody'.s forgotten I've And last summer I located u 1 raised four she great-uncle I didn't know ex- said, "f never worked in my isled. ITo told me that he saw i life tmiil I was 51 and it's LAURA SAI1IA get women to insist on their rights. lie.- immediate target is the telephone company, Cell Can- ada. "There arc women working at Bell and you can't tell me they're fill stupid women they employ. There are 21 vice-presidenls in Bell. I'd like to see some women up there." This means, she says, giv- ing Bell a hard time, if neces- sary, at its annual meeting next month in Montreal. ''I1 ve taken on she said, and then warned: "My next fight is going to be with the banks.1' TORONTO (CP) A Toron- to h on c ar.d act re s s w recently graduated as a quali- fied dicsel mechanic .says the toughest thing about her coutv.? wa.s the location of Ilic wash- Roderman, whose stage name is Peggi Loder, is GETTING THE SPIRIT BURWELL, England (API Druggist Arthur Clark was granted a licence to sell spirits to elderly ladies too shy to enter pubs to buy medicinal gin or whisky. Centennial Community College here. "It was pretty gruelling and she said of the course, "but everyone was very end T made out just fine. My biggest problem was being on all-male campus and hav- :he first woman to graduate j ing to walk a block to the near- from the 20 week course r.Ucst washroom." CASH BENGO ST. BASH'S HA'.L-Cor. 13ih St. and 6th Ave. N. PRIDAY, MARCH lOih 8 O'CLOCK and 8tli Games S30 in 7 MUMBERS-12th Game 5 CARDS FOR Sl.OU OR 25c EACH BLACKOUT JACKPOT 53 NUMBERS IUCKY NAME DRAW WORTH LUCKY NUMBER DRAW WORTH Persons Under 16 Hot Allowed SPONSORED DY ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB PUBLIC B1WGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. Fcst With Escape Plan PHASE 4 STEREO Whof ii Phose 4 ?Q ehonntls of sound combined ond blended Into precise per spec rive. The marvel of lound, Ihe mosr and flexible of all slereo recording techniques, SUGGESTIONS-. 1. Moog 2. Beer Barret Polk 3. Tribute fo Saich LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Paramount Theatre Bldg, Lothbridge my aunt in 1923, ?.t two months of age Siring with a Mr, and Mrs.'W. B. Po'.tcrs. "I feel really bnlibly. I feel Tin going to find soon, Later I'm getting a letior with a list of 30 agencies I intend to thrct years now that I've bran working." Child-raising is r.ot nil that she has put behind her. When all tier children at- tended school, she ran for and got elected to the separate write lo. Al.so I have the head i school board. supervisor of welfare and the 'T spent four years on head supervisor of adoption at l.hc Boston state house looking (or her. was learning and J was think- ing and sufb'eniy I realized we. didn't need separate It's siinp may Jose po in VDII this h'jm'c r no lroi ;it -JllKt and nsk for E'utir t n pin t boll It: a ;uH Rrapcfruil juice fiJl 1he T.-ike tw d n y 'i 3 r P Her! Jf your fi nhow fini.-' .slender more if lightly fiiL. rwliicihlc pounds mid incliea of dine. excess fat rton'f disappear from tirrifU. H s iii'i'k, chin, nuns, nbclomun., hipa, II iind coKt.-i ancJ .'inkJc-.f just return Hie empty bottle for yrmr money Follow (his riisy v-ny en- dorsed by rniiny who h.ivc Iried this plan find help liriiifj Iwicc n c.l follow the lose l lhiy fnt and hcfp youthful appeniing nncj curve H cmle lilont IIOM you foci. Morr SEASON" SIDNEY POITIER, JUDY GEESON AND LULU IN START TUESDAY, MARCH 8 LESSONS FOR ONLY LEARN TO MAKE; T-Shirls Zippers without tea m. Slacks O Gor.l Skiit. Al Pocco Swcaleti ''ns'rJa'e" 41 Bathing Suits Lingerie Please Enrol! I Name Me In The Stretch Knit Classes Beginning March 14 Address Plione........ ;