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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IFtHBRIDGE HERAtri Friday, March 1T7? ami ivinct nls find place to relax minister s baseine ]ly .11 Tl'IIK! Herald Slafl UrilcT Wilh I'lirlap "ii tin- vails, dim j lighlinu. records and posters ,if "We nre playing it all by I the possibility of having some. ear." he liu- I'oun-1 nf evening artivily later llors associated vilh it arc j on. ore for referral, not lo run now. it's vorking on a (iew-e 'llavrh Ihe tiling." I penilLu- pattern of it's own, ami 'the" taM'im-iil' There is on official name for I rolling with on the umiosphoi-f Ihe basement project vhieli is I "e said, "we-re waiting to sco hoiisi'. up in the Bullions' liome. it isn't, Moslly. it's across from the school, lu The kids don't like lo have :l son, place of .1 coff It is. just n Inyerneilt v e r the bnsemrat home can Ihe kuls of Kale Amlivtts it called a drop-in centre and prohlr-ins. but Kev. Balden School ran c.ime lo u-t auay we are running a contest for a j "'f Hie kids I from Ihe environmcni. good name." lie explained. Jhey LI live up to that fit and talk listen to records.' AH tile work Lias been done Inl5t and olav t-in-j iionq if Ihey feel by Ihe students themselves. "You conld keep minim" like il v.'iih some brincins cu-'.iuins.j downstairs lo see v.-liat is hap- II started as an idea, which becks, games, posters, and sup- penins "U Ihe lime." he said, was presented lo the kids hy plyiim a record player. "M nl Ihe angle of Inisl Hev. Albert lialdeo. n minister "We don't want to ask people is to not keep on peeking." [''ollou-ini: a .s e m i-olficial spring Seven-year-old Brent Morris of Slumjjhiipssy reports seeing 1 lirco Ca tint) a geese an cl a robin. Charles and Carol Jarvis were on their to school wlicn they saw pussy willows in bloom corner of 6th Avc, Mid J9th St. iN. t Marianne and Mancres Fer- nandez, ageci G and 5, 512 !Uc- Killop Place in North Letli- bridgc, arc telling (heir friends they have tulip buds in their garden, Cliarlene Barva, It, .lives at 2fifli St. S. She reports her neighbor has three pussy wil- low (roes in bloom, and in the big tree in her own garden there is a bird's nest, but no birds. She says she will know spring is really here when the birds come hack to the next. nl the Coaldale I'nitetl Church, 'for anything." said Rev. "It was ln-i-un on an experi- Ralcko. "and Ihe cost of it has i opening vlneli took place re- mental iiaiis "in a sense." iiiicl been minimal." with coffee be- i ceully. (lie bascmeni hrought in Rev, Baldeo, "we wanted lo j ing tiie only expense. i 1M students who came to provide an informal setting for All students from tho school jooh- ami out v-'lmt wris the kids. A place they could are welcome lo attend, and for n come to and talk if tLiey want I (he time being, the basement 'will be open at noon hour, wit Campos Corner By UBDY CORNOCK i is still far enough away that we l.CI don't have to look beyond At last it's happened! LCI's j to .lime's final exams, students pour out of their class- es at every break to enjoy it. (And occasionally don't re- turn! there. during noon, the num- ber of students fluctuates from day to day. Often there are six or seven, sometimes tticre are more than thirty. Itev. Baldco says the num- bers of students coining doesn't liolher him and he is not dis- couraged by ttie turnouts. He wants lo create "an atmo- sphere, the kids can bo comfort- able in. confident, and share their anxieties if they want to to go." So far, the atmosphere has been one which is easy, re- laxed, and sports a poster ad- vocating, 'have a nice day.' A PtACE TO BE The kids of Kate Andrews High School In Coaldale, have their own basement for iheir own use. Located across the street from the school, the room was made available to the students on n noon-hour basii by Rev. Alberta Baldeo, of !he Coaldale United Church, The students are free lo come and go as they pkase, have access to games and activilies and can receive coun- selling If they want It. .gers [Constitutional amendment- prepare igives women equal rights tour The happening? Spring sun- shine, of course freeing us from dreary lunch hours spent theatres and li- in lecture braries. Now we can spend our lunch hours breathing real air, and sunning our winter whitened bodies. Strange, though, that we call this Spring Fever. Isn't it real' may safely look one week beyond Graduation Day, ever. For on May 16 the cur- j tain goes up on Bye, Bye Birdie 'super-colossal' musical production. Its cast is now working full free-time hours for a top per- formance, while Students' Coun- cil appeals to various sources or of f flu South minster Circle Square Dance Cluh will hold the regu- lar dance on Saturday at i Take-off date (or the Kuro- i pean tour of the Anne Camp- Ibell Singers is dose at hand, i with June 26 named as the ex- peeled departure day. The group, which is made up of 35 singers from LoUibriclge, 'Coaldale, Kaymond, Tabcr and Pinclier Creek, is representa- live of southern Alberta. j Included on the charter flight which is to leave Calgary and land in London as first stop, are accompanist Mrs. Marian Swanston, chape rones and p.m. in Southminstcr Hall. djrccior Mrs. Anne _......, square dancers welcome. Worn- Campbell. for financial support a ne- en arc asked to please bring a tom- take about four WASHINGTON (AP) End- ing four decades cf reluctance mid indecision, Congress has ap- proved a proposed constitutional amendment designed Lo provide equal rights for women. The B-l-to-H Senate vole that comple Led congression a 1 icticn on the proposal brought shouts of joy and a spirited champagne party by snppor- held in a meeting room off the Senate floor. "It finally said Representative Bella Abzup (Dem, "I don't believe this amend- ment will have the effect of cre- ating idcrtical human said Senator Birch Bayh (Deiu floor manager of the amend ment, "I do believe it create i d e n t i c a I JegaJ But Senator Sam Ervin (Dem. rights." who lost 10 attempts toj Ervin, who doggedly led a modify the amendment, said: j small band of senators against "You are crucifying women on the amendment in fair clays of a cross of equality. Forgive debate. contentful it will mean them, Fattier, they know not i legal chaos ahead, what they do." j He argued that laws dLserimi- To take effect, the amend- nating against women should be ly a fever for 13it1 coming Summer? of cessity for Birdie's success Success certainly seems to be the thing at LCI, as congratula- tions go out to Leo a Grade 10 student who won the pie. The Whatever the fever, though, it grand award at ttie Lcthbridge irtainly brings a lot of smiles. Regional Science Fair. Keep up cert ._ ._ Especially on Ihe faces of those Clipper Queens. In their final game at the Girls' Provincial A Basketball Tournament in Medicine Hat, they played St. Mary's of Cal- gary. And for the fourth year proved that LCI's green and gold are the colors. the good work! Recently, an assembly of stu- dents was called, for the pur- pose of hearing evangelist Barry Moore. His lecture on problems of youth was extremely weU-re- ceived, as he proved to be civ That provincial trophy is get- tertaining while simultaneously ting to he a very familiar hall- mark at LCI! But the Clipper Queens donH have the only smiling faces. There arc also those who smile at the thought of being honored for completing a dozen years of schooling. LCI's 350 graduates. May 12th is their day. It's also a day for some very proud parents and teachers, for together they will mark the ev- ent with a banquet and dance provoking much thought and self-re-evaluation. A more worldly assembly will be the Model United Na- tions Assembly at LCf on April 3 and 4. Its 12S student delegates will be discussing such topics as Atomic Energy and Racial Dis- crimination. The interested public are most definitely in- vited to attend. You know, T really hope this spring sunshine keeps shining i weeks to complete and will in- elude visits to London, Man- Southminsler Junior! Llangollen. R li o n J a. Cardiff, Bath m Britaitij also Girls Choir, under the direction of Anne Campbell, v.ill prac- tice Saturday at p.m. The Holland and northern Ger- many. High poinL of the tour is to he girls will meet at a.m. Sun- L HlE of to he dav at the church hall for the j days spent m Lloiigolicn. Havmond trip to sine in the Walcs- wll9re lllc were United Church and Ridgcvicw successful m lhe Lodgc. AH are asked to wear Eisteddfod competitions pink dresses. Ine trip is being financed ihrough various sources, with i the parents of the members re- The regular old lime dance! sponsihle for the majority of mil be held in the Fort cost. Icocl elementary school Salur- j Each girl is responsible for day at p.m. Beginners' Ics- learning as her individual ment must he ratified by legis- latures of 38 states within seven years. It become effec- tive two years after ratification. Hawaii, acting an hour after the Senate vote, became tho first state to ratify. The vole iu the Hawaii legislature was uiianimoiLs. The victory celebration was changed at the state level, not by constitutional amendment. Proponents of the amendment said tiiat would be toa slow, and that even federal guarantees for working women are ridden with loopholes and slow in the en- forcement. Ervin sought, to have tho amendment modified io pre- serve laws requiring fathers to support their children, to keep women out of (he draft, sntl oul of combat, but IK: lost eacii test. The military issue carried much of the debate, uith Sena- tor John Stennis (Dem. MissA chairman of the Senate armed services committee, floating im- ages of women in combat bools, toling rifles "and being made; prisoners in the jungles." i However, Bayh predicted that: only a sinnl! of women would ever lie assigned to com- bat units. The amendment was first pro- j posed -12 yer-rs ago. Efforts to j I push it through the Senate as j recently as two years ago i failed. I 25. seeing she gets plenty of rest fts an expectant mother. Ask About The NEW INVISIBLE MULTIFOCAL LENS (MULTRUX) sons from p.m. Dancing until p.m. Lunch will he served. Children under 13 free if accompanied by parents. contribution, and they are all doing various jobs from babv- 1 Id! sitting, to selling records manual labor. Money will also be available instcr i through the Anne Campbell the n jS'nSers funds which have been We are ptcaied to announce that JOSEPHINE EBNER Tioi rejoined our ilaff and will be available on Fri. and Sat. only for appointments She will be very pleased To serve many new and former patrons. LAKEVIEW BEAUTY SALON 2438 S. Parkside Drive Phone 327-4843 e an- artv collected over the past several y in a r s from concerts ami Olhel But thank goixlncss that day for our Easter holidays! COMING EVENTS ALBERTA BALLET COMPANY Presented by the Allied Arli Council SUNDAY, MARCH 26 LCC RODEO SATURDAY, APRH 1 WESTERN CANADA NATIVE WINTER GAMES SPORTSMEN'S STEAK DINNER THURSDAY, APRIL 6 WHITE HEATHER SCOTTISH CONCERT PARAMOUNT THEATRE WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26 ANNE CAMPBELL SPRING SING APRIL 16 Group of _____ United Church will hold the nual yirc-Easter coffee PL and bake sale Wednesday the church hall. Chicken pics ncs' are a specially. Doors open at L 0'30 am ifrom local individuals, i 'las ljccn no financial i lance. Loyal Order of Moose card i Fund-raising activities now j and dart night will he held Sat-1 being planned include a Euro- 1 urday at ii p.m. at the Moose ,pcan tour travelogue, an EUC- Halt. Members only. j tion sale and a spring sing. rcc 8ifts there assis- CASSETTES 0 Spillour or breakage Taper Jersey Tape wraps around Capstan Poor Sound Dropout or Distortion Having any of theso If >o It'j time lo change brands MALLORY DURATAPE Guaranteed, fineit qualily at prices A Tape For Every Voice nnd General Purpose Tape C60 Minute Blank Casietlec........... 99 Music and General Purpose LNF 60 (with buitl head (leaner) INF 90 (with buifl in heod (leaner) Musil Low Noise, High Fidelity (Professionol Qua'lily) INC 60 a-j no INC 9f) Afso Cassetfe and Htad Cloancrs ond Smply Plastic Sforaga Boxes ,3Q and .69 each LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BIDS. I.ETHBRIDCE The McKilfop Senior Choir PRESENTS "Stainer's Crucifixion7' Under Ihe direction of MR. HENK VAN EGTEREN Featured Soloisls George Skipworth (Boss) Lcn Wright (Tenor) Tom Lovers (Bass) Sunday, March 26fh p.m. McKILLOP UNITED CHURCH THIS EEK' MINI-DRAW WINNER ANNE R. CUTHBERT, CALGARY The first annual meeting of the Society of Ixitti- bric'-.u; be hold ii p.m. in C-iiurth, IS Avc. S. Ofiiccr rcporis will be and an election of directors 1-cUl. Fca- 1 lured sponkcr v. ill be M rs. Jc a n AI a r L n public re kit ions officer for Iht- Society of Canada, ,Slic will spcnk on inciltc'V-s relating to (lit; Mc- movement. All are requested to al- ien d. Minns Onn Club will hold n danrc Saturday from p.m in Ihe Polish Hall, with tiie Orchpslra in at- i tendance, and guests j welcome. Bcfhlen Presbyterian Ladies' Aid will hold the spring bazaar and tea on Saturday at 2 p.m. in the church hall, 1020 HHh Ave. N. Everyone welcome. LONG MICMORY FLINT. Mich. fATM Petite 19-year-old Clarke was a popular addition lo Flint's corps of barbers for most men. But on her second day at Ilil- j btfrL Ham brink's ihop a man backed away from her chair anrl said: "N'o member ivhat Dcilah did to I Sam-son." is siffit for you. a sign of the times. Moore color. 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