Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
18 THi IETHBRIDOE HERALD Fridoy, November 17. IV71 local wncniiig dancers uelcume. en asked to please bring a first linn1 in 14 years, tiie Muni- real Museum (if Fine Arts ri-siis- temi an operating surplus in emnpared F, HMHl-70 deficit of Mu- seum treasurer M Branlt said ii was achieved by redueins I he amount available fm cxluoitions to less than one per rent of total expenditures. The over-all result, lie said, was inhibition "of our usefulness to the comnmni! 10 week modelling course I'nffee will be served, and tick cts are available at the YMCA rci.-cption desk The Kit' wives will hold their November meeting at 8 p.m. Monday in the home of Mis lieathii Thie.-sen. Hender- son I.nke Blvd. There will be a demonstration on flower ar ranging and members are m- viied to bring guests. JESTER'S MUSIC LTD. Campus Corner Sharing of college dorms sisn of ''healthy realism' f "S NEW YORK (AP'i A priest- psychiatrisf says that sliarinR of'college ricrmiUrics hy men and women sludcnts can help produce a "healthy realism" about thc opposite sex and lead to more successful marriages. Rev. James J. n Jesuit priest and psychiatrist of Har- vard L'ni-eriiiy health services, savs co-educal tonal housing can (ween two people, thus narrow-! Me says parents an too pro: ing learning of thc oppos-1 to think that shared dorms i id. sex lo an individual. 1 liberal visiting privileges Ic; This often leaves them with to sexual promiscuity. someUmes error.e-jin Certainly, sex is "one of impressions of Ihe opposite sex. 'Of must college lio-, at a lime when (hey may foo he says, chocsmg a marriage part ne r, I R c conccTns i Father Gill says. i broader than (hose of past ptn- chance to share dormi-' including issues ol so- lory Hvhv particularly in dining justice peace. but revoil lo that1 "A hijuslicc is done tn a woman is "something 'more i 'hem by those whr, view all than an erotic he i P v a..' encounters who oppose such arrangements I s' a vmmg woman _ are "blocking inter personal j knms OTO complex and deserving of sytn expcrienci-s urgently needed by in pathetic urn.erstanding en the their offspring for tneir full do-j h a t men are like.' j adults. in the j (he tendency! He says people tcdrr In stereotype (hem on Ilia basis need to be reassured (hat they 'of her one close relationship." 'are tiusted." lusions about one another. Parents and educationists "Their world is much mor ASTRONOMICAt ODDS These two sisters gave birth to boys on the same day at Santa Rosa Medical Centre. Their husbands are brothers. Ronald Spanley, left, and his brother Robert escort their wives Carol, left, and Virginia home from the hospital. ftr.man Catholic monthly, St. Anthony Messenger. He says young people need extensive, informal contact with a variety of persons of the op- posite sex under ordinary liv- ing conditions in order to Jc- vclop mutually sound, realistic attitudes. But restrictive college rules often deprive their, ot that expe- I he says, especially since dating patterns tend toward ex- I elusive "steady" dating be- RUMMAGE SALE Saturday, Nov. 13-9 Civic Sports Centre Faith Rebekah Lodge No. 93 Some debts HEATHER LITKIR'RST Letiihriilgp Collegiate Institute With the current drop in uni- versiiv enrolment all across Canada there seems to be an indication that more and more students are considering wheth- er a university education is worthwhile or even necessary. It has proved in the past few years not to be the automatic stepping-stone for a job as numbers of graduates have found, much to their disap- pointment What are kids doing then'.' Well, many of them are attend- ing technical and vocational schools where they learn a trade and. as anyone can tell you. many trades have too few tradesmen to satisfy pub- lic demand. Householders be- moan this when they've tried to get a plumber or an electri- cian in a dire emergency. Oth- er students put off attending university in order to travel for a year or so, i mostly through Europe i giving themselves the opportunity to consider what thev want to do with their fu- tures. Of course, there will always be those students vrho wish to pursue careers in medicine, law and other professions, so that universities will always he filled, but the days of over- crowding may be over. It seems that kids are taking a more realistic outlook towards the whole university scene. For some students, a liberal arts course to further one's knowledge is rewarding in it- self, and they choose courses which they feel will give them a belter understanding of life. But lots of kids think there is i nothing quite like travel to give a good sound all-round educa- tion. .Hist wish 1 could do a lit- tle of it when I graduate! Now lo other matters. I won- der if our football coach is kicking himself now for ban- ning the "long hairs" from the team. N'othhg can prove that i they were really missed, but there sure were some good "longies" who could have given ttie team a boost and per- haps stave off CCIiS. Funny. Joe Xamath has long hair and his coach didn't seem to care However we have another hope ahead with the basketball sec if >ve can't do better this year, all you Rams! And another thing: It looks as if our fantastic band may get uniforms in thc future af- ter all. LCS had a raffle re- cently with all proceeds going towards the, band. Tf we didn't j make enough to get the kids i uniforms we'll just have to put on our thinking caps and come up with a few more projects. V.'e can't have our band tramp- ing around town in jeans and T-shirts can we'.' They just gotta be fancied up a bit! fTlie views voiced in the above column do nol neces- sarily concur with either those of The Herald or Lei- ster's, hut are a reflection of the student's opinion.) Cl P iiid MAIL ORDERS! Tick off the selections you want ond send to us. You'll receive your records for only each. Please add 15c postage on orders 54.00 and under. DESlDERATA-Les Crane GYPSIES, TRAMPS AND THIEVE5-Cher IMAGlNE-John Lennon Plastic Ono Band YO-YO-Osmonds SUPERSTAR-Carpenters 6. PEACE TRAIN-Cat Stevens J 7. FREEDOM COME, FREEDOM GO-Fortunes 1 8. MAGGIE MAY-Rod Stewart 1 9 WONT GET FOOLED AGAIN-The Who j 1 10. WHATCHA SEE, IS WHATCHA GET-The (Ml. THEME FROM Hayei j 12. DO YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN-lee Michaels VISIT THE SOUND CELLAR DOWNSTAIRS AT LEISTER'S Garnet Amps and Systems Gibson Guitars and Accessories Altec Lansing Speaker Systems Premier ludwig Electro Voice and AKG Atlas Stands and Booms p ore pleased to be to it oil' om rnnny ime brand instruments. We extend our knowledge, snrvice id competitive prices to you the customer, Visit the "SOUND IDEA PEOPLE" at Leister's TORONTO Main people who claim to he rich! free do net realize that from the mo- ir.cnt they arc bom they are in debt in one way another. For instance, the moment an expectant mother readies the maternity ward, social capita! in live form of hospital service Is involved. Even father's to the hos- pital doer cnll.p for social capi- tal. The mads he takes, the po- lice escort he may require, the .stop signs, are there only be- cause of money borrowed by various levels of government to 1 pay for their existence i maintenance. In I9fi9 (latest statistics avail- able1 the Government of Can- ada uas in debt to thc tune of j billion. Debt at the provin- cial government level totalled S2U billion across Canada. Mu- I nicipal debt was somewhat low- i er at ?6 billion. The total of gov- eminent debt was over SoO bil- lien roughly per pvr- son. Tliis is a debt which no one expects to be repaid Throueh these debts. Cana- dims are provided with nation- al defence, a judicial system, 1 roads, police and fire protec- tion, parks, recreation, ednca- i lion, welfare, postal and other communications systems the 1 list is endless All Canadians are involved I Therefore all Caradians are m 1 debt. Looking at debt in another way. it may be .said that chil- idren oue their parents a debt if only for their very existence on earth. This debt, plus the debt in- curred through upbringing can never be repaid. In North Am- erica, parents generally don't expect repayment anymore care of the aged has become a government expense. But in many societies, compensat i o n comes through continuing fam- ily care of the elderly. Historically we mve a debt to th? people who discovered, explored nnd settled Canada. For cur freedom we owe those who signed the Masr.a Carta: it wa.-, paid for in Many of us tend to look at debt as merely unpaid bills. We clean them tin once or twice a month and we think we're out of debt. What do they involve? -Mort- gage payments, medical and dental expenses, or payments on consumer goods purchaser! through credit This is ju.M the beginning of our real debt. The total pic- ture extends far beyond these horizons COMING EVENTS "THE SINGING TREE" Anno Campbell Singers one! Guests December 12, 1971 LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDG., IETHBRIDGE NAME ADDRESS tn V" tin SIMPSONS-SEARS Saturday PECIALS .Mis! Hair Seller Reg. I 1. J J Lady Kenmore s 15 rciler srt with mist, fhat helps your hair slay beautiful. Beauty and Health Facial Sauna Reg. 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