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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta J6 THE IFTHBRlnGE HRAID Frldny, May 34, 1972 ami winy Having a baby? bring the family T'KNTICTO.V. B.r. (CP) A Calgary obslL-lrkian told the Ilrilish Columbia medical con- dition here that he would like to bring children into hospital dl'lnery molhm rooms to wa'.ch Iheir in childbirth. ily health clinic at Foothills i Hospital in Calgary, said cut I ful thought would have to be given to the age and maturity of (he children before allowing them into the delivery room: He said his scheme would "What belter way to teach j lead lo stronger family leh children about their sexuality." bonships and healthier, more asked Dr. Harry Brody, head relaxed altitudes towards sex. of olislelrics and cynecology all gex counsellors Dr. A. E. the University of Calgary. Dr. Brodv, heads a (am- ficers Cheniick and Dr. Beryl Cher- nick o[ London, Out., !old the convention that heart patients needn't renounce nil thoughts of continuing their sex life. The medical team said sex is no more physically stressful on the heart than climbing a (light of stairs. "A heart patient can die walking across Ihe they said. "There's no reason to automalically assume he'll die if be indulges in sex." However, heart patients were advised to confine their sexual activities to their marriage partners. A study in Tokyo showed the greatest number men who died of hcarl failure while en- gaging in sexual acts were with prostitutes at the time, they said- WILMA EVANOFF president Perceptor Eta Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, recently installed members of the executive for the new term, Wilma Evanoff was named as president, with the follow- ing as officers; Shirley Walkey. vice presi- dent: Christine Van Der Lee, secretary: Lillian Eva noff, treasurer: and Dorothy Robin- son, city council representa- tive. Retraining s step forward OTTAWA (CP) Federal regulations to permit house- wives and young people to get job trauiing grants from the government were endorsed by DENTAL GRADS Lelhbridge Denial Nurses Assistants Association held ils annual graduation cere- mony at Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant yesterday. Second year graduates, who are now full-fledged dental assistants are back row, left lo right: Leon Peterson, Katherine Gietz, Connie Wesley, Diedrc Bell. Moving into Iheir second year of study are, front row, left 10 right: Cherie Plante, Doreen Chollaclc, Diane Long. Edward Finlay Photo Men's lunch spot i invaded by libbers Business is patron Tapestry weaving gaining popularity Women almost every- where iliese clays, even into. Ilic sacred male preserve of a Kitchener lioir.l. Here, a re- porter tells how she broke a. 11-year barrier. By KOSE MARIE EAIILE Kitchener-Waterloo Record KITCHENER, Ont. (CP) I can recommend the business men's luncheon in the Wal- per's Hotel hofbrau room, It's if you're a business woman. "I didn't know what to ex- pect at neon when I joined a group of secretaries fcr lunch in the hcfbreau, previously reserved for men only from noon to 2 p.m. We gathered nervously out- side (he door for our assault, planning strategy. I was to be in the vanguard group of five at p.m. The rear-guard of six would follow at We sent one girl's boss (male) in first as a decoy. Then we sneaked through the tobacco shop rather lhan make a direct attack through the hotel lobby. MET NO OPPOSITION The first thing we noticed was the absence of the sign ouLsidci Llie hofbrau stating it wns a business man's Junch- eon and a male preserve for two hours every day. We opened lha door, met no opposition, and took a table. A waiter look our order- steins of beer and food. It was a bit unnerving. He was so pleasant. The crowd of business men In the room eyed us with amused leoks. The rear-guard entered now and received the same hospi- tality. Manager Bill Lcucas ex- plained (lie change in policy: "No women ever came in before. If they had tried, wo would have changed the pol- icy then. He explained that the busi- ness men's luncheon was in- stituted 14 years ago before there was such a thing as women's lib. love IS. rt tentkr look thai becomes a ha- bit. BRENDA'S BEAUTIQUE BEAUTY SHOP 922-5 Ave. N. Phong 32B-7366 LONDON (CP) The art of Minister" y lapeslry weaving, begun in Brit Manpower Mackasey in the Commons Monday, In a reply to Lome >VsLrom NDP-Yorktou Melville, the minister said the change would be a "desirable step forward" and said he has asked his de- partment to study the idea. Under current regulations only those who have been in the labor force may receive federal job-training allowances. Mr. Mackasey said the ain about 400 years ago, is en- joying a revival. But today cor- porations and busmes firms tend to be the patrons rather than the wealthy householders of previous centuries. Tapestry making arrived first Ln England through the Flem- ings, but local subjects and col- oring were introduced and the tapestries soon acquired a rec- ognizable national flavor. The first tapestry firm of any size change would require a minor was set up by William Sheldon j Ln 15C1. 11 He started it to provide em- ployment for tenants living near his manor house in Warwick- alteration in the law. "If later in (lie session were to get some indication ol speedy passage I would be glad to propose such an amend- ment." LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Campus Corner Winston Churchill High School Pat Schanrtor With only a couple of weeks of school days left, the calen- dar of activities for Churchill people Is pretty limited. All most students have lo look for- ward to is final exams and then, finally, summer. Afler a spirited campaign, elections were held to deter- mine who would occupy posi- at Banff this past month- Starring in our school play, he was awarded the honor of best supporting actor in the festival. Quite an honor, considering Ihe number of plays entered in it. Terry Thorn and our art teacher, Gary Shilliday are also to be congratulated on the great set they made for the lions on. next year's student council. Peggy Zmurchyk will head tiie council as president while the senior class president is Denis DeGroot. John Voort will represent the sophomores and Pani James is the incoming ire.shman cljss president. Thc.sc people, along with the twenty-four grade group chair- man, have a big job cut out j we grads do. for them next year. I Sure, it's dillerent. It's uni- Churchill is a school where I que. It's also a very reward- t.he students come first and the ing place to go if getting an council is structured so J education is your goal. student priorities arc of Enjoy every day in Churchill, play, as is Lily Latter, who directed the play. A fine showing for our school. WCHS will welcome some 200 new students next fall (the and will bid fare- well to the graduating class in a very few days I'm sure tha kids coming in will like the school as much as or Loca ki lenac sluden that gre.itp.st importance. j because tlirrc years goes by so i fast maybe loo fast. A special thanks is in order for this year's outgoing council. Gocul luck lo all my fellow Headed by President Sharon, Rraduands in Iheir future cn- Sleveiison. they did a very' dcavors and lo the staff who Golden Acres Lodge will sponsor its eighth annual tea ou Wednesday from p.m. Featured will be a bazaar and bake sale. Everyone is wel- come to attend. The tea is under the convenorslu'p of Mi's. Kay Lcnning, matron of tho lodge. There will be an admis- sion charge. There will be a dance held on Saturday commencing at 9 p.m. in the Polish Hall, 13th St. and 8th Ave. N. Good music and lunch provided. Members and guests welcome. Sponsored by the Ukarainian Men's Club. Southminster Circle Square Dance Club will hold a wind- i up dance on Saturday at j p m. in Southminsler Hall. All s q u a r c dancers welcome. Women arc asked to bring a favorite dish for a smorgas- bord. Duns will be supplied. The Good Shepherd Lutheran sliire. His manager, Richard Hicks, had learned the tech- nique on his travels in the Low Countries and the Sheldon tap- es t r i e s now are considered equal lo the best Brussels ones of the same period. In 1619 Sir Francis Crane was granted privileges by James 1 to set up a lapcjtry factory al Mortlake on the Thames and, with the help of 50 Flemish weavers, local workers were trained. Soon Mortlake tapes- tries were recognized as among the finest ever produced. The Mortlake factory was sold to the king in and contin- ued in production until 170.1. ART DECLINED But by the end of the ISth century the increased use of wallpapers and paint meant that the demand for tapestries declined. For the next years Lhe art almost disappeared. Then came the Victorian in- terest in the Gothic style and the Royal Windsor Tapestry works were built with the sup- port of members of the Royal Family, It only lasted 10 years but its products were of high quality. Today new designs are giving a fresh appeal to tapestry. In past centuries nearly all Lho subjects were allegorical, reli- gious or historical. Few fea-! hired contemporary figures, al- i though the backgrounds be-1 longed to the century in wlu'cb they were woven. The cost of tapestry always has been high. The skilled weaver can produce only two or three square feet a week and Lhal is faster than in the days when weaving could be done only in daylight. The cost today is to a j square foot, depending on the intricacy of the design. Six j months to a year is needed to produce even a small lapeslry. EDINBURGH Film TOPS j The mosl important firm pro-! ducing tapestry in Britain today j Report on women i MOSCOW (Renter) There! are more lhan HI million Soviet I is (.he Edinburgh Tapestry Co. At their Dovecot Studios Ihe master weaver and designer is Archie Brcnnan who trained nt the Dovecot and in Europe and runs the department of tapestry at Edinburgh College of Art. Dovecot tapestries employs 10 weavers and has a queue of or- ders that will lake two years to fill. There are two approaches to making tapestry. The weaver may work from a painted de- sign or cartoon by an artist who may or may not have expert- an 0. a out town St. Basil's CWL would like to thank everyone who came to the Mothers' Day tea, and to Lhc girl guides who served and the men who worked in the A rose was given to the oldest mother present, Mrs. E. Vedres, 91, and the youngest, Mrs. Brenda Wandler, 17. The door prize was won by Mr. J. Vedrcs. Mrs, 0. Hrycyk was hostess at a recent miscellaneous show- er held in honor of Wendy Lynn Anderson, bride elect of June 10. ence of the medium but is notI himself a weaver. Or he may himself also be the designer, de-1 velopmg while he is actually j working. Recent Dovecot commissions Include a series of panels for a New York gallery, twin panels for a church in Edinburgh and a panel for Huntly House Museum in Edinburgh, featuring tho [aces of Sir Walter Scott. Rob- ert Louis Stevenson and Robbie Burns. CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HAU-Cor. 13th Si. and 6th Ave. N. FRIDAY, MAY 26th 8 O'CLOCK 4th and 8th Games In 7 NUMBERS-12lh Game 5 CARDS FOR OR 25c EACH BLACKOUT JACKPOT 54 NUMBERS LUCKY NAME DRAW WORTH LUCKY DRAW WORTH Persons Under 10 Yean Not Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASH'S MEN'S CtUB Live one's two times over (L1L 2TO) Makeup your own way to remember your code. Then send it to your friends. ,K; -PD51W.CDDEPQ5THL SchenfeyTradition introduces: The Great Canadian Quiz. commendable job with a group of largely apathetic students. arc leaving WCHS. I think a significant thing for alt of us to know, remember Albert. the next and apply is Churchill's mnllo Elliot. Gould? '.Veil, maybe. Our j Hi Oun He- Albert really showed his stuff I ward." Church Women will present a women, or slightly loss (him Till mission festival on Sunday al per cent of the Soviet 7 p.m. at Hie church, corner ol' population of Ml million, stalls-: Illb Ave. and 2-llh St. S. Na- tics published Wednesday show. I live foods, costumes and dis-; The publication, marking plays will lie featured. Slides Women's Day, a lrailiLion.il. an- i and commentary on modem nual Sonet holiday, said women China will presented by Mr. j up 72 per cent of the Mak assisted by Mrs. Dricdger. I country's doclnrs and 71 per Everyone; welcome to allend. cent of the. school Kvwnrrf COMING EVENTS THE CAIGARY SALVATION ARMY PRESENTS "HOSEA" Sat., Moy 27lh B p.m. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE IEARN TO PUY A GUITAR THIS SUMMER GOOD SELECTION ON HAND PLUS EASY TO FOLLOW INSTRUCTION BOOKS LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BIDG., LETHBRIDGE THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes Ochcnley Tradition is Mended exclusively for people who live right here. People who appreciate a positive rye taste. While you and your friends nre enjoying your next Schenley Tradition. have a shot at our Canadian Quiz. The answers are printed upside down in Ihe bottom right- hand corner. Anyone who gets more than -50% right is an absolute genius! 1 is the highest mountain in Canada? 2 How many kinds of maple leaves are there? SH Mt Lotfan? owmany JUl.uji.aii. WorldLadics.ski Champions have been Canadian? 4 Which Canadian 'Rye whiskyhas a unique detachable maple leaf on the boll le? 5 What was the name of the only ship ever to circumnavigate both North and South America? what town does (he sun rise first in Canada? what town does the sun set last in Canada? (S Who scored the most goals in a single Stanley Cup playoff _______ game? Answers: T. ismcltn 'H 61'fj s 'CI adrf) punojn 'fit J3I1UUAON no iiioj] OSS'YiI Mt.Waddington? SchenleyTradition. "Have you got another hot like that? I wont lo keep on laughing when this one wears out." So Canadianyou can taste it. The Company that hasbccn bringing you the Canadian Scbcnley Football Awards since 1953, ;