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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta J'.O THE lErHBRlDOE HERALD Wednesday, November !8, 1970 June Callwood raps with Kate Andrews students By M.UUJ.Y.N ANDERSON IJrnili! Editor W h f ii the family works, t'KiT'.s no Mti'r way; when I'd liki' Ihi- kitl to bei t" u'aik (mi, Minimod up Jane Callwiwl Iw ;il Kale Andrews High School in Coaidale Tuesday. i It was all part of the iibera-1 tion policy that Miss Callwiwd belii'vcs in. "I'm for anybody's liberation. Children shouldn't I tion on demand, I don't like tlie belong to parcnls. You should Criminal Code owning my belong to yourself. uterus, I'd like ii back. "There should be a liousc on War Measures Actt I'm one every block where you could (hose "Weeding hearts." for the night, or the week, lib: I'm a little old the month where there's a for oil lhal marching around, rocking chat and cookies." Marijuana: 1 tried it last Miss Callwood had a few week and it didn't do anything pointed remarks to make about for me. Maybe I'm too old. social "sacred cows." Maybe I'll try hash. Abortion: I believe in abor-l Us use: I can't see any use for it any more than I can see any use in wine with dinner, but I like wine with dinner.. legalization: I'm for the legali- zation of marijuana uiKl hash- ish, the soft drugs. Pierre Elliott Trndcau: The most interesting man Canada has ever had, intelligent, cold- hearted, no compassion, not a very rice man. Oilier dignitaries: We have lunatics like the mayor of Van- couver and the police chief of Regina our comical police force in Quebec. I keep hoping they'll all arrest each other by mistake. Parenthood; We have one child 25, one nine. That's sloppy planning. It's not cohesive. One batch we practised 6n, and then had another. The confrontation between STOCK UP FOR THE FESTIVE SEASON AND SAVE ON THESE WELL-KNOWN BRANDS. Moirs Pot of Gold Mb. Box Reg, 1 .99 Pot of Gold 2-lb. Box QQ Reg. O.77 Black Magic Mb. Box Reg. 1 .99 Black Magic 2-lb. Box Reg. Rowntree Dairy Box Mb. Box Reg. 1 Rowntree Dairy Box 0 Reg. Aftei Eight Mints 7V4-ozs, Reg. Moirs Selection Cherries 12-ozs. Reg. no- Moirs Soft Centres flQ, Terrys Milk Tray 1 OO 12-ozs. Reg. '7t Mb. Reg. I'00 QQf 1 Dairy Box I) QQ Terrys Milk Tray QQ. Reg. A.77 Reg. 77U Moirs Assorted Selection 12-ozs, Reg. 99c Arcadian Cherries 12-ozs. Re0. 1.33 New World Chocolates Mb, Reg. 1.99 Simpsons-Sears Delicious 4-Ib. Rich Fruitcake Our most popular -fruit cake and no wonder 4 full Ibs. at 1his low price. Rich with raisins, peel and cherries. Topped with pecans and melon. Great for al! your Chrisfmas entertaining. Teleshop 328-6611 Miss Callwood and the students got off to a slow beginning. Miss Callwood prefers a facc- to-face discussion and the stu- dents were obviously prepared tor a lecture. Explaining that it's not rewarding to be talked about, she involved them in a School Game. Dividing the student body into the dumb kids, the bright ones, and the "grinds" she demon strated labelling "one of those things we do with one another" as often being self-fulfilling prophecies. In pressing her point she re- ferred constantly to "country" students, in particular refer- ence to use of grass in the school. "I want to explain that it was not alfalfa that I was speaking about. That's for the country kids, who live shelter- ed lives, who don't know about cities, who don't know what the problems are in a The quick visit to Coaldale from Lethbridge where Miss Calhvood attended a Canadian Mental Health sponsored workshop may have left stu- dents wondering whether it was all a put-on, "Is she for asked by one student may have been answered by another "she knows where it's at, A bad situation at home didn't always mean a teen-ager could turn lit; or her back on it and walk out, she answered to a question from the students. She said a teen is in a good position to help parents instead of hassling with them. If there's an alcoholic parent in the family, for instance, why j not make an attempt to under- I stand the problems involved for that individual. She explained the situation vhereby she and her husband, I'rent Frayne, have tried to allow their youngest son, ascy, who is nine, more in- dividual freedom. "Ho doesn't have to go to school every day so he goes icarly every day anyway. He only lias to clean his room if le wants to, and he's very neat, le can wear what he likes and le wears what everyone else wears. He can choose any reli- ;ion he likes, and he reads his iible every day. "Eds tend to sell themselves out. They decide what Uiey can do with a minimum oS effort. They decide life's not worth the lassie. The good kids I'm worried about them." "Is there much grass in the school" icla o, oca t h St. Patrick's Home and School Association will meet Monday at 8 p.m. in St. Patrick's School. Speaker is Maurice Landry, di- rector of elementary schools. His topic will be The Child in Today's Elementary School. The public is invited to attend. St. Augustine's Evening Branch ACW will hold a rum- mage sale, Friday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Saturday from 9 to noon. All are welcome. The regular monthly general meeting of the Churchill Par- ents Association will be held at Winston Churchill High School Wednesday at p.m. Discus- sion topic: "What do parents, students, school, expect from education? Is this goal being Refreshments will be served. An invitation is ex- tended to everyone. The Afternoon Hi-Tops Club welcomes anyone interested in joining the club to meet Mon- day at p.m. in the base- ment of St. Augustine's parish ball. For further information call 327-3869 OT 328-32SO. The Ladies Auxiliary to Fra- ternal Order of Eagles, No. 2100 will told its regular officers' meeting Thursday at 8 p.m. to the home of Frances Lazaruk, 131 15th St. N. Co-hostesses is V. Price. The Homemaker By Elizabeth Bartman, District Home Economist Early childhood education affects all of the'child's future j social relationships. About 90 per cent of our under six pop- ulation grow up within their own homes and neighborhoods. Thus, Canadian mothers still possess their favoured opportu- nity for leading their little ones along that path of lifes never ending lessons. Small children are curious and interested .in the world around them. Young mothers rightly value their privilege as educators during this most im- portant stage of their child's de- velopment. So they can make good use of their "teaching roo- j meats' through construct 1 v e I games and activities. Here are ideas for these, some were suggested by stu- dents of one of the baby sit- ters courses olfered by the Al- berta Safety Council. Perhaps you will find them useful, too. Play children's records; have them do interpretive dancing to i other records of semi-classical music with good rhythm. the children draw i funny profiles of each other. buttons thread a two holed button on a string and tie a knot In the ends. Twist the string and the button spins. up balloons and play with them. Die thimble. puzzles together. pictures and tell I stories about it. things with paper- folding, cutting and pasting. shadow pictures. out animals and paste them to corks or popsicle sticks. These float in a basin of water. phone teach chil- dren how to correctly use the mix up dif- ferent things. dough 2 cups flour; 1 cup salt; (a small amount of liquid oil keeps dough from dry- ing Use enough water to moisten flour and salt into dough. To add color, add food coloring to water. Consistency of cookie dough. NOT FOB fid out an of town Guests attending the South- minster Food Festival, Bazaar and Tea on Wednesday will be welcomed by Mrs. R. W. K. El- liott, Mrs. George McKillop, Mrs. J. A. Palmer and Mrs. A, V. Walker. Pouring honors will be shared by Mrs. C. A. Wadden, Mrs. Vince Mrak, Mrs. W. P. Skelton, Mrs. Clara Thompson, Mrs. H. A. Matlill and Mrs. G. W. Moora Treasurers for the afternoon will be Mrs. G. C. Miller, Mrs. W. M. Woolhouse, Mrs. T. M. Harnblin and Miss C. MacEach- ern. Store Hours a.m. to 6 p.m. Daily Thursday and Friday Until 9 p.m. Centra Viilcijjo 2 Ave, find 13 THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "The man who plays the hero is divorcing his sixth wife, and the villain has jusf endowed another children's hospi tal e" Just arrived! Sunkist Mandarins Pickup a handy home carton. Sunkist ;