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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETHBKIDGE HERALD Soluidny, Moith It. 1970 Easter Eggs Finale To Easter Season By JAUM1I.A PAR1ZKOVA limes using different colors.: is to "scratch" the eggs. The. midnight at which time the I see who crn "whip up" the BliNO taster, a particu-i lllc wax is oil 1 shells are first colored black boys begin to indulge in msre I greatest number A colored larly festive lime ol tlie year in1 and the ffg polished with bacon aixl designs and inscriptions are exciting pursuits. II can lx- a FEES ard sheets No house oc- i Moravia in The result'is a work ol then scratched on'with a spe- time o! somr eastern Soulh some anxiety for (ami- trat Czechoslovakia, dainty colorful, in-1 rial kind of file. Although the; lies ivith daughters. vvilh Ihe firsl blossoms of deigns resembling folk'result is only two conlrasling i A whitewashed path leading' hi lhe smell year aiid man's urge lo relm-n 'rl- i to folk customs and traditions. I Shop decorated ii advance vviili flowers, pussy vv LI-... lows, choroliuc bunnies and 1 ltleflllV' hens, herald Ihe coming cf -lhe arQst cupicd by a female, whether five years old or 50, is led out excilemciu begiiLs from ore toure to anollie 'y allraelire. -eluded, Mi-ays a secret. Tte wone nvemptoj'cd and the The most festive ot ihe daysjare Ihe simple jokes. More dil- folk costume earning rf dKigii and Ihe season H Eastern to luderslaid the ne.M cases lull of artistically Slovak border ou day called painted F-'iister eggs, appear lhc stroeLs lo sell their wares i PL ley the mountain slcpes around Vel- IHE REAL THING Albi Caiman picks oul a couple of bils of fluff from Ihe latesl hatching just in llrr.e (or Easier. chick lo passersby. A big day is ''Death Sunday' which occurs two weeks before young girli c! lie villages un- dertake (o bid farewell lo vvin- ler. In each of Ilic villages the girls gather together lo make a large figure of straw "Death" which they dress up and ceremoniously c a r r y through the streets as (hey sing the' words "we carry death out of (lie ar.d 'bring the now summer in After drowning "Death" in a stream or a pond, Iliey dance. The symbol of the new season becomes a green branch or a small lice decorated with color- ed ribbons which Die singing girls carry frcm lo huuse to Icl everyone know dial win- ter lias been done away with ar.d that spring has arrived. Although Ihis is a period ol joy and happiness for the chil- dren, it is or.c cf work for the adults: the entire village must be made spanking clean and neat, so tl'icre is much cleaning up, whitewashing, gar- dening, and, of course, painting it is along Ihc- river val- "whipping morning is Low the boys yol a which has its beginning on Ihc wagon vvlicel propped behind evening of Easier Sunday when: the chimney on the rtof vviih- Ilic boys of the village gatlier'tml Ihe inhabitants of I as 10 feel and dec- cotoied ribbons. Wee betide any girl wlio ap- and Ihis difference is re- (in groups and through (he 'knowing abaiH il or how in ing places are Jrrquenlly in- the Easier eggs, I slreets singing to the oc- doorway to the house i thc> bc.vs cllen having "l'ic'larcno1 so brigMly color- companimci-.l cf, usually, an ac- Ijricked up, forcing Ihc bread- lira ltl- lhis region cordion. This can go on until i winner to exit via a window. Illegal Vacuum Salesman On Loose In Lethbridge Hy J1ARILVN AM1EIISOX llornlil family Eililor Tlic vacuum salesmen are at il again. The lalest fraudulent of Easier Eiisli-r egg 5nlc3 involvcs a card scn( Married In Sewing Pavilion art andUo the" household asking tire DU1 'hcrc to participate in a l0day consumer svn-vey. In ,'eUin, the an airplane facloiy, and Ihe phenomenal price is The householdci', hoivcror, lias .lo work for the special price by providing the salesman Hilh a list of names and addresses to which the hoiuseholdcr Christmas cards. 1 iKtuseholder will receive a doll maslci-s of it. The painting of eggs in essl- 1 ern South Moravia 13 cen red chiefly in the villages of Vnoro- vfhcn lhc 'Medical Career vy and OsUozska Nova Ves, which lie in the Moravian River calls By JACK TIIACY OSAKA (CP) One of the first al Asia's wor.'d fair took place Sunday when a young British Columbia couple was married in the heavily-pro- worker, were married in a miriu'c Ciiriitian cci'einony. Licence for the marriage, one silwr-gsrbcd i from red-ccalcd Mounties and host- .T, n- ian, Rev Richard motional atmosphere of a sew- ing-machine pavilion al Expo i bio" of Kobe Union Church, _ television lights ar.d: Protestant interdenominational photcgraphcrs' flash bulbs for English-speaking minated the white interior in the nearby pert city, the Wacoal-Riccar Pavilion, iwrformed the ceremony. Gera.'d J. Foster, 22-year-old Aflcr Hie Chrislian ceremony, Vancouver art student, and Ki-1 which was attended by about 30, cola Jane (JouM, 21, an office i including newspaper men, nine of 52 to be held en weekends at from the nearby IJ.C. pa the disc-topped pavilion during vilion, an ornate Japanese cere- thv; six months of the fair, was iiK-ny folloived. arranged by Canadian consular isoo ADMITTED 500 fair-goers, Kin- j ].iOUrs ouisidc in the ran. the telephone number prodded mil i oa "1C cari'' an appfinlment is 'miles i to have a salesman visit asl cf tills ccco'iid'ciiy of Czech- j lh'e The folk arlists of I At no time, cither on the card j these villages usually employ or ov er the leleplwne, sre va- vvhal is called lhe wax tcclnu-' cmiin cleaners mentioned al quc. Tliis begins vvilh the jail. "painting" of a design on The salesman does indeed clean while cmply egg with Die: bring wilh him at the appoint- pin thai has been dip- e-d lime a little doll's house of wax. The egg is Ihen I supplies all of brand name ped in hoi wax. The egg i were admitted for Ibis pail o.' rlunked into a yellow coloring Ux! ceremony. j a n d allowed to dry alter which Dancing girls in white ostrich; a11 of 'hc UM arc lo re- plumes performed around a [man yellow are again '-painted" stage while hidden lighLs picked i ovcr wax- Another dunking out inidcsccnt parts of Ihcir (follows, filis lime in a red color- i ing. And so it coniinnes, the pro- being repeated several NOW YOU ARE FINISHED SCHOOL And Desrre to leain o WHY NOT BECOME A HAIRDRESSER We have 3 fully qualified full lime Instruct- roises and we leach all phases of beauly cvl- lure, hair styling and cutting, bleachingr fmtirig and permancn) waving. You 'lit enjoy our new rerr.orJ ailed end school, A prcfessfonnl beaulrcian payi hrgti- er Irian tho income and dpportun- itici ore unlimited. i I Beauly School Fill Oul 324-Sth St. S., Ulhbrirfgs This Coupon NAHE I -ADDRESS ..............i For More InfQrmnMon low Monthly Tuilion Claiitt Slorling New costumes. Then lhc couple mcur.led tho stage to have theii- hands bound logeUier by (lie dancers with sil- ver and gold clolh. Afra. Foster (old (eleriiion in- terviewers they met when Pos- ers car ivas in Vancouver or.c snowy night in January a year ago. She gave him a p'ush and weeks later they be- came engaged. B.C. Pavilion authorities, learning of Lhc plans to stage Expo v.'cddings, tipped Vancouver newspapers, and Miss d'ould read abcul it, applied awl were se- lected by the scvang-machino company. They had to pay their way to Japan but after lhat Wa- icoal-Riccar picks up the cheque for their honeymoon here. supplie; prorlncls. The request is then made to show the hcuicho'.der another product. A package is brouglil into the house from (lie sales- man's ear fully wrapped. The vacuum cleaner is re- ported lo hare been made in THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes B.C. Commissioner General i John J. South'AOrlh presented !hc bride at lhc ceremony anil Mrs. SouLhworlh was her al- teiidanl. After !he ceremonies, the Xfounlies and a Canadian girl piper escorted the couple to a receplion al the B.C. Pavilion. The bride wore an ankle- lenglh red woollen gown nilh' monk-like cowl. The groom woa, colorful in green shirt, tan: suede jacket and slacks and cov.'hoy booLs. The first of the series of ived- (lings wa.s liclil Eoluniay when: a Japanese couple was msr-1 ried. i "Would you like me to buy you a pulmotor so you won't have to energy EASTER SEAL CAMPAIGN Sponsored by CASH BINGO HUNGARIAN OLD TIMERS HAU TONIGHT, SATURDAY 8 O'CLOCK A 5100 Blackout Bingo played for lill won every Saluiday plus 2 7-Number Jackpoli JACKPOTS NOW AND 5 Cards for or ?5c each (locoed Nexl to No. 1 Firehallt Week KurSiing Recruit menl ,Vcek, sponsored by Hie Health Caieprs Branch of lhe Depart- ment cf Health in Edmonton will he observed in Lclhlmrtgc March 23 llirough April 4. The recruitment, applies nol only lo nursing hill lo all fields ol work in Ihe hospital. Lethbridge Municipal Hospi- :al and St. Michael's (Jencral Hospital have already taken nigh scliool slndenls interes'.ct in medical careers on tours Ihrough the hospitals. Inter- views for cnlranls are also lieing ncld on a lime-availahla basis during the up coming monllis. given a usually wilh much loughicr, screaming or shrieking. The whipping is iu.1 always pleasant, even when carried o u I by loving hauls. If Ihe lays fcerkir.d-hearted and vvltp liirir victim across her in- riumerable skirls, she is being let elf easily. But il can be pair.ful if the wliip strikes her her legs. Everything is permitted at Erslcr however, and strange as :l may seem a proper whipping N proof cf a girl's popularity. I There is m help ICT iiie girl fcr 5h? is always outnumbered aril in Ihe er.d must pay off with Easier eggs ard drinks for Ihe boys. The boys then loasl DM ar.olher's health and head j for UK; ne.xt house to shower I (heir favors on any girls living there. No girl is overlooked for sends j'o girl this would be con- sidered an insull. lie sateriMii oxpl.iins his 'company' decs nol use news- or lelcvLsioa advertising, :hey prefer vvonJ-of-moulli. A check wilh W. E. Irish- man, city license inspector, re- vealed (hat no such salesman has a license lo operate vvilhin Tho traveller happens lo be in Ihis region during the fes- livc Easter season will find it difficult lo leave. No' only arc Ilic people warmly hospitable but they seldom permit anyone lo remain merely an onlooker, lir-fore he knows it, the lourist jwill find himself seated vvilh "Householders hreilalc (o ask jlhc villagers, glass or red or for a salesman's provincial and I mcc singing v.-ilh city license but Bionp. And in lhe end he, salesmen tlie-m lo, wllt prchnhly get his have no objwlinns if llicy'icicnilncoI to w1liP "P" said Mr. Lc'islv as a sou- venir cf his visil lo an inlc-r- Tiic card, which was sent lo the one householder wlio re- ported the incident was lakenj by the salesman and no record j of the phone number was kept. I Cily police report no calls! illegal vacuum salesmen I working in the city, however j any complaints would lw check- ed out. Both the fact that the cardj conlaincd the name of the- Toronto Welcome Wagon and (he use of Christmas lisis' would appear thai the operation is a fly-by-night one viorkiiig across Canada, andcolcrfulregion. 1 DAY LEFT Don't Miss Out On The Saving On Our Stock Reduction Sole Ann's Fabrics Shoppers' World RF.TTEIt LIFE WITH M'AIEIl There arc more and more, ways that water can make life I more pleasant for you. Seme of them are: Two lavatories in! one or mere o! your balh-1 rooms; a home steam balh; au-1 lomalic sprinkler systems; a swimming pool; and tot ar.d cold water in lhc garage. WIG SALES AND SERVICE BEAUtr WUPl 1 SAION 321 I3lh SI. N. 327-56S7 QUALITY DRY CLEANING We strive For excellence in our dry cleaning, and al all limel keep up-to- tlale tethniquej end de- in lhc field. We have you the cuslomer always for email in our mind and endeavor al all limei to give the Fines! Krv'ico and lhe mosf expert dry (leaning. For Free Pickup and delivery BENJAMIN'S Cleaners-Tailors 317 lOlh Street S. (Masonic Bldg.) Phone 327-5771 GREEN ACRES KIWAN15 CLUB Funds raised from this while camprjign go help many crippled children and adults Ihroughout 3 o u I h e r n Al! Your he'p could help ihem Jo regain ihe'r blrlhrighJ to once again bs useful Crlizeni. 1970 OBJECTIVE Please Muil Your Eostcr Seal Conlnbulion In Promplly To P.O. Box 953, Lethbridge "Help us to help them fo tielp themselves" MOFFAT brings you The Counter That Cooks by CORNING Yo-j'va lo ihis r.ovt ccn- ccpt ot CoaVir.g. A ccmploleiy Idea in cocViops. A smoolh, rasy lo clean syrlaco. Turned o'l, It's usaUa co'jnterspace. Turned OTI, it's a superb lo cosk, a cl CcoV- rolcs I'-'tl vril bring OL! lha fcsii In your coaVing. The Ccunfar That Crjokmal5ST-l cook- ing vossc'a are sold fnd In tj LIMITED SEE IT ON DISPLAY HERE 319 St. 5. Phone 326-1673 1038 3rd Ava. S. Phone 328-1332 We Take Grain In Trade! Childhood I) Special Picture It Nowl BRIAN-7 yean KATHLEEN-3W yean TIMMY-21 month! Children of MR. ond MRS. P. H. CONNOUY LE1HBRIDGE ;