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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Pope advises cautious talks VATICAN CITY Pope Paul has called for cau- ion in discussions of a woman's role in the Roman Catholic Church and society ind warned that the- 'feminine of women nust be considered as well as their fundamental rights. Addressing members of the nternational Vatican com- mission on the role of he pontiff called for 'progressive equality in the fundamental rights of both men and The commission's work must be to protect the dignity of woman considering not only her personality but her feminine values and the func- tions which correspond to he said. Members of the 25-member commission must ensure that t'.ieir discussions do not lead to any that which is an essential part of a woman's to tier own personality and to her role in the the Pope declared. The set up last May following recommen- dation by tbe 1971 world syn- od of includes 15 womea of whom two are nuns. It is chaired by Msgr. Enrico bishop of Italy. An official statement issued after the first day of the com- mission's first plenary session here and members' dis- cussions had centred on four broad The woman as a biblical and theological research on the woman in the eyes of the woman in society and the woman in the church. The commission did not dis- cuss the possibility of the church allowing women to be ordained as priests a sub- ject which Pope Paul has told members they must not con- sider. In our 326 7th Street South location only. Our second annual fur event in Lethbridge an assortment of fur especially purchased for this event some just flown in from Montreal. group consists of fur short and some full length coats. Choose from novelty styles in fox wolf and others. Many are one of a kind. FOR NATURAL MUSKRAT COAT WITH AUSTRALIAN OPPOSSUM COLLAR .00 This event is on for a limited time in our downtown location only. Now is the time to get into that new fur you've been dreaming about use your Sweet Sixteen Charge card open your very own personal fashion account... or use your Chargex charge card. Qptn Thurs. till 9 p.m. where the credit's all yours. airs antique china Treasured pieces of antique china are restored by Mary Holmes of Niagara who launched her business because she was upset over the number of people who discarded old china. Mrs. Holmes is shown repairing a valuable work by John Rogers entitled School of Examination for a Hamilton customer. Restoration of antiques turns hobby into service NIAGARA Ont. Mary Holmes mends old antique that is. Upset by the number of peo- ple who threw out old china in need'-of- Mary began repairing pieces for friends as a hobby some'time ago. Now she gets calls from antique dealers' and others .with valuable China asking for her services. Her first job was restoring two antique vases for a neigh- bor who. claimed they once be- longed to a former United States president. As the word who works in a small room off her has found that storage of the china pieces is becoming a problem. Blessed with a talent for repairing and as as she' spends long hours bringing the antiques back to life. So plans are afoot to enlarge the room to' separate the restoration and painting. Mary has been working on a called the School of Examination by John Rogers. It was brought to her with a child's arm miss- ing and to be mended in the right way because of its Mary said. On the table in the living room sits a beautiful Epergne in shades of pale .white and damaged and waiting for her attention. The most difficult china re- pair is she al- though she has tackled a job on this type of china with satisfying results. Looking .Mary ad- mitted that boredom prompted her to start this work. She was a food techni- cian for 10 a designer of floral arrangements and later an office worker until an il- lness forced her to quit. Being idle virtually drove her she and so she started repairing china and seeing how much valuable antique china is junked. Her charges for restoration work are not based on how many hours she puts in' but on the piece she is handling and the extent of the damage. She is currently booked up until January but takes calls and give opinions on whether a customer's piece is worth re- pairing. She said it's a work of love to create a missing repair cracks and chips and repaint scenic flowers. The joy comes when the treasured piece is restored to its original beautiful form. Ann Landers noun apple mom with the family-pleasing taste of B.C. Spartan apples. And brighten up all your family's other favourite apple because B.C. Spartans retain all their orchard-fresh flavour when cooked. Their un- usually small core means you get more usable too. So Spartan-Up all your apple with rosy- red. all purpose Spartans apples. Sportons Dear Ann Our 17- year-old daughter is a serious minded girl who is determin- ed to go to college even though we are in dire financial straits. For two summers she has worked at her uncle's resort. This past summer she decided to take a job as a sitter for some friends of ours because they live within walk- ing distance of a wonderful library and a fine museum. For nine weeks that girl stayed on their place and took care of three children youngest' two years of while both parents travelled for three weeks. The rest of the time they worked together in a business. She did all the and cooking. They paid her a week and room and board. We feel they took advantage of her. What do you N.C. Dear You call that I call it a combina- tion laundress and child-tender. Your daughter has a lot to learn that she won't find in the library. I hope she makes a smarter deal next year. Dear Ann A word of advice to that human dynamo who painted a ten- room house and puts up screens and storm slops built a replaced the sews her own clothes and works right along with her husband in the fields. she has six I was one of those incredible dames with so much energy nobody could believe it. I thought I was but as it turned out I was the biggest fool who ever lived. My back is ruined and I have female troubles from all that lifting. When I had my varicose veins stripped last the doctor said he never saw any woman with legs so I wish I knew then what I know now. tip 'em off. Thanks. One Wkwe Get Up Aid Go Got Up And Went Dear You did and I thank you. Wedding presents displayed By CAROL KENNEDY LONDON wedding receivtd by Princess Anne and Capt. Mark -Phillips are laid out in an astonishing array in six staterooms of St. James's Palace. The exhibition opened to the public Tuesday for about six weeks and the 72-cent admis- sion charges goes to style wedding dress and jewelled train highlight the display. Most items are listed in a catalogue. Canada's official a- wool wall tapestry by Quebec artist Marietta Rousseau- was delivered on the wedding eve and will have to be listed in an additiori to the in two weeks' time. The Queen's daughter has received some bizarre ob- including a barometer lurking beneath a carved wooden horse's head sur- mounted by a a tin souvenir tray of the old Cunard liner Queen Mary now berthed in Long Ca- as a and about .20 home-made portraits of the some downright ugly. Horsey objects include sad- dles'and 18 copies of the Encyclopedia of the model horses in pottery and fox- hunting prints and even eight nylon haynets for holding fodder. The Ma'rquess of Aberga- venny is listed as giving them a gift not on dis- play. Among gifts with evident Canadian ad- dresses are given for the do- a collection of post- card views of .a souvenir tray from Nova a malachite seal from the St. John Ambulance Brigade in Canada and a silver brooch with the arms of the Royal Canadian Mint. Lord son of the former sent two books .by himself. Even the gifts of the royal relatives show a sometimes- homely touch. Princess Margaretha of 'married to a London sent eight dozen coat hangers. Princes Charles gave his sister a diamond bow brooch and Mark a pair of leather guncases. Anne's brothers and Andrew gave a mirror and a nest of small tables. Prince Philip gave them a Chippendale-period writing the Queen Mother a dia- mond and aquamarine tiara and the Queen gave to her daughter a gold-and-diamond stalactite brooch and two pairs of earrings and to Mark a beautiful gold watch and Sunrise receives donation Sunrise Ranch has received .a financial boost from the Women's Auxiliary of the Lethbridge Branch of National Chinchilla Breeders. The auxiliary raised 1141 through various projects and donated the sum to the sheltered workshop for the mentally handicapped at Coaldale. Sunrise Ranch houses 14 adults who are taught to take part in housekeeping and are given skill education. BINGO MOOSE HALL 12' 4VENUE NORTH WEDNESDAY M WO P.M. 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