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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thundny, Noy.mb.r 23, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD If Groenen photo ONE HUNDRED YEARS YOUNG Mrs. Kalarzyna Dol- bak will be honored with a party and family reception Saturday on the occasion of her 100th birthday. Friends may call at the Southland Nursing Home commencing at 2 p.m. Born in Warsaw, Poland, Mrs. Dolbak came to Lethbridge in 1950. She has one son, Gerry; two grand- children and seven great grandchildren. The ideal Christmas Suggestion GIFT CERTIFICATES 'or our classes in the new year BASIC 8 Monday, Jan. p.m. Tuesday, Jan. p.m. Thursday, Jan. 18-Afternoon p.m. MEN'S PANTS Thursday, Jan. p.m. LINGERIE Tuesday, Jan. p.m. NEW IDEAS Monday, Jan. p.m. MEN'S SHORTS, SHIRTS AND TIES 2 Lessons Beginning Wednesday, Jan. p.m. LADIES' AND MEN'S JACKETS Thursday, Jan. p.m. See How Easy It Really Is? FREE DEMONSTRATIONS EVERY SATURDAY-STARTING NOV. 25 3-4 p.m. EVERYONE WELCOME 50% TABLE SAVE ON ASSORTED STRETCH FABRICS ORLON PILE Available In 5 colors J.50 P YD. See Us Now At 475 Holiday Village Phone 328-7843 Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Your responw to "I Hate Med- icine" drove me to write. Your suggestion that parents, when they don't feel well, should keep it to themselves and not let their children know, was nutty. I have eight children, six still at home, and I have plenty of splitting headaches. Why shouldn't I let the kids know? Usually they are the cause. The younger generation's motto, "Tell it like it is a good one. Rethink your answer and change your advice. No Phoney Baloney DEAR N.P. Children are the world's best imitators. In- variably they take on the physical symptoms they hear dis- cussed at home. Mothers who complain of "cramps" will have daughters who will do the same. Fathers with frequent back- aches will have sons with frequent backaches. There's a difference between "telling it like it is" and tell- ing more than people need to know. Discretion is the great- er part of valor. DEAR ANN LANDERS: My husband and I have been married 24 years. We have four good children. The youngest is 6. Ten years ago Tom was promoted from machine operator to foreman. A few years later he was made assistant superin- tendent. Last year he was made superintendent. Now Tom says the reason he got those promotions was because he gets along so well with the men. What he wants is one night out a week to enjoy male companionship. He says I should play cards with the girls. This week he informed me that all our friends are begin- ning to look old everyone but him, that is. (He is 45.) He says the reason he looks so good is beacuse I have never nagged him and if I know what's good for me I won't start now. I don't mind Tom going hunting and fishing and golfing, but I don't like this one-night-a-week-out. He usually is home by midnight. Shall I agree? Chippewa Falls DEAR CHIP: My advice is for you to get a card game, or a bowling group, and have your night out, too. Insist that your husband keep his curfew. Make this the bargaining point. The alternative is a weekly battle and you'll lose every time. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Several women teachers at our school have been doing a slow burn over the letter from the lady who doesn't mind picking up her husband's socks. What gets us is this: He's the same guy who drops his underwear, shirts and slacks on the floor, leaves the cheese and crackers on the counter, doesn't take his dishes back to the kitchen after a snack, and thinks it's beneath his dignity to rinse out the bath tub or pick up a towel. A good marriage is based on mutual respect and considera- tion. Under this system, everybody picks up his own socks and underwear. You sure missed the boat, Ann. We are very dis- appointed. Disgrunted Teachers on The South Side DEAR D.T.S ON THE SOUTH SIDE: I'm a happily mar- ried woman on the North Side and for 33 years I've been picking up socks and underwear and I don't mind in the least. I firmly believe that the wife who resente doing such a simple thing for her husband is really mad at him for some- thing else. I learned early that my husband was a sock- dropper, and he wasn't too careful about where he left his snack dishes, either, but I opted not to retrain him or nag about it. No real marriage is without differences, and I save "complaint and criticism tune" for tilings that are more im- portant. A no-nonsense approach to how to deal with life's most difficult and most rewarding arrangement. Ann Landers' book- let, "Marriage What To will prepare you for better or worse. Send your request to Ann Landers in care of Landers Reader Mail, Chicago Sun Times, 401 North Wa- bash Ave., Chicago, 111., enclosing 50 cenls ;n coin and a long stamped, self-addressed envelope. STUDIO ON FIPTH ARTISTIC PICTURE ARTISTS' 710 -SAVE I Wee Whimsy Anne Shanko receives the origin her Woe Whimsy. Semlv Muted violins for music week By MAUREEN JAMIESON Family Editor Canada Music Week, current- ly receiving national recogni- tion, has fallen victim to the soft pedal in Lethbridge. Apart from Mr. A. K. Put- land's lectures at the university and a lone exhibit in a music store, local musicians are play- ing it mucho pianissimo. Not a melodic squeak, toot or plunk can be heard above the frenetic beat of the uninvolyed regular rock groups in the city. "In past years we've had con- certs and recitals, but this year they're preparing for the annual convention of the Alber- ta Registered Music Teachers, which is to take place in Banff at said Mr. Putland, provincial chairman for the ARMT and provincial convenor for the Canadian Federation of Music Teachers' Associations. However "they're doing quite a bit in Calgary and Edmon- Mr. Putland admitted. "Not many people he said, that "the first competitive musical festival in Canada was held inEdmonton, in May 1908." He said that locally, "the standard is quite good I'm thinking more along the piano lines. Woodwind and strings are beginning now to ma k e pro- gress, but we haven't got the teachers for that." Of the Lethbridge Symphony, he said "for an amateur orches- tra, it's good. It's improved a lot the last two or three years. There's a terrific lot of Ca- nadian music being published Mr. Putland pointed out. "A great deal of the bigger music is commissioned by the CBC and the Canada Council for certain celebrations and events." Some of the major in- dustrial companies and sym- phony orchestras also commis-! sion Canadian compositions, he] said. "At the present time there are over 90 musicians in Canada actively engaged in composition, and the Canadian Music Centre in Toronto has over compositions on file." And many of the musicians achieving national acclaim are from southern Alberta, said Mr. Putland; listing, among others Violet Archer, head of the com- position department st the Uni- versity of Alberta; Leonard Lea- cock and John S. Bach, descen- dant of the illustrious Johann Sebastian, both of Mount Royal College in Calgary; Dr. Murray Adaski of Saskatchewan who re- cently received his doctorate at the U of L, are closer to home, Lucian Needham and Dr. Ken Hicken. It is the aim of both music associations, according to Mr. Putland, to introduce students to contemporary Canadian music and stimulate them to a keener appreciation, and to support composers and performers. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "Don't you have any local beef? 1 can't afford this Kansas beef that was brought here by limousine." MR. A. K. PUTLAND SANDY'S JEWELLERY SPECIALS BALLERINA BRACELETS 100 BLACK MAGIC BRACE1ETS Jewellery, Chinctware, Watches, Etc. 305 5th ST. S. PHONE 327-4625 Pre-Christmas Regular 12'50 PERM Now Only PERM SPECIAL! (THIS SPECIAL IS OFFERED FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY] Phone COBY or JUDY at 327-5687 (COBY'S BEAUTY SHOP) for your appointment now! 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