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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LETHBRJDQC MfcHALU tmt' Herald Family Marital counselling succeeding at LCC By MURDOCH MACLEOD Herald Staff Writer Lethbndge Community College students with marital problems can get help from the student services depart- ment at the college LCC has a higher proportion than the University of Lethbndge of married who have come back to improve their education after holding says Jim MacNeil director of student services at the college When one partner in a marriage becomes a student alter bringing in a pay the situation often produces marital Mr MacNeil and marriage counsell- ing is offered to help students cope with their problems Going back to college in- volves a major decision and a large family commitment to eventual improvement in economic or employment op- portunities he says But less money may be coming in to Price protest leads to charge TORONTO A Switchboard operator whose complaints about food pricing helped lead to the conviction Thursday of Dominion Stores Ltd for misleading advertis ing has described events last summer that resulted in charges against the food chain Vera Sutton told of finding several prices on a one pound package of bacon last August and ol seeing a Dominion employee changing the price of shelf stock _Later that day she was sur prised to learn that Dominion had placed full page adver- tisements in a Toronto new spaper stating that Dominion promised not to raise the price of shelf stock In a six-page written judg- ment provincial court Judge S Tapper Bsgelow found the advertise- ment that Dominion would not change the everyday price F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT EAGLES HALL 6th Ave Aand13thSt N Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. SCardsforl.OO or Each Three 7 Number Games JACKPOT FrMGiiMsifldFrM Carls DOOR PRIZE Gold pay double money on any existing shelf to be or misleading He fined Dominion for misleading advertising after rejecting the company's claim that the advertisement contained a promise and not a statement of fact H seems to me that this is a classic case of willful Judge Bigelow said The virtual immediacy of the publication of the adver- tisement and the violations contrary to its statement of company policy make it im- possible for the company to escape its responsibility RECALLS TRIP Miss Sutton described the shopping trip last August dur- ing which she spotted a Domi- nion employee repricing bacon She saw packages bearing three price rising from 26 to 38 to 68 and recalled her reaction at the time They must be feeding the pigs gold nuggets the way the prices keep going up news stories based on her Dominion was investigated by the trade practice branch of the depart- ment of consumer and cor- porate affairs and was later charged under the Combines Investigation Act ADDING FLAVOR To pep up the flavor of meat stews add a little tomato paste and dry sherry Beta Sigma wishes to Announce that the Winner of Their TOTE-BAG Was GERRI HILL of Lloydminster the household temporarily Financial readjustment while a spouse is a student can strain a says the counselling head And if there are children and one spouse works while the other attends school baby-sitting or other child-raising methods can become issues Mr MacNail also says the non-student partner in the marriage often feels left out of the college world to which the student partner has returned Counselling student marriages can be successful if the husband and wife sit down and re-examine the reasons for one to return to school and reaffirm their commitment that things will be better because one has returned to says Mr MacNeil But it is not always obvious that marriage counselling is what is he says If a guy comes in and says I m not you sometimeJ talk to him and find it s because there are too many other things on his mind when he goes home to study Marriage counselling at LCC enjoys a high success rate Mr MacNeil says He can only remember one divorce in the college s stu- dent body in the last and there is a positive relationship between better marks and successfully counselled students If they come with a marriage that was on the ropes when they got he sayb We can't do anything But if its school we can Mr MacNeil stresses that family meri make good students I wish we had a whole school full of them They do things for the he says They are also respected by younger students who last year elected family men over 25 to the three key positions on LCC s student says Mr MacNeil The marriage counselling program was advertised earlier in the says Mr MacNeil but not enough students were attracted for group counselling Some couples are in one-couple counselling he and it is hoped to attract enough couples to run counselling groups in the se- cond semester WeeWhimsv What are you waiting Are the new small cars a for you' Clothts feel Do you avoid the bathrooms state' These are sure signs you're gaming __ unwonted weight1 Oo something about it today Weight Watchers can help you lose weight and keep it off for good pleasant am includes 3 hearty meals a day Skilled lecturer helps you every step of the way. You can join Weight Watchers this week and be on your way to a slimmer figure. NOW ACCEPTING NEW MEMBERS LETHBRIDQE St. AugiMthw'sAngllcwi Church 11 Street wid 4 Avenue 1 p.m. end p.m. CARDSTON United Church TABERChrtc Centre PINCHER CHEEK Town Hill Community HaM WeOfWeOCyet 0-RV tNIKXMlNT 00 WIEKIV HI THWIAfTM 00 UNKM cmam OVM WEIGHT WATCHERS You don't havt to alont anymore Long time in the building This is the house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1938 but built only last year at Taliesm West in Arizona. Homes should be poetic vision architect Frank Lloyd Wright housing had to do more than shelter. It had to offer and a lift to the spirit. This second of five articles on Inward tells of a Wright designed house embodying this ideal that was recently built at By MARILYN HOFFMAN Christian Science Monitor Ariz Frank Lloyd Wright believed that residential space should provide privacy and refuge as well as stimulation and ex- citement The the late architect should always be and poetic He called a poet who wrote his sonnets in syllables of stone one of his most poetic visions has at last been translated into solid structure here The house was designed by the master in 1938 But it was linally built at Taliesm West only last fall Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer director of archives for the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation acted as project architect He shares ownership with his Arthur E Pfeiffer Here is a structure that em- bodies the basic values which Wright strove to express They are values foi which more and more people hunger in an increasingly crowded world Wright who based all his architecture on the principle ot the sovereignty of the in- dividual said his aim was to bring both delight and dignity to everyday life for he proved one does not begin with a look but a feel How does or should a house feel9 The feel became that extra dimension put there by spiritual values that enrich and ennoble He believed that wood and steel and glass could be assembled in a way that would the soul elevate the and restore the spirit Because he insisted that a house work well for its inhabitants and that it func- tion with comfort and his next ques tion would inevitably be. How does it That he designed dozens of homes that live well work and is a tribute to his enormous talent He demonstrated that a shelter could enclose without confining that one could have a sense of being yet not feel shut in The Pfeiffer site the house s location on it were selected to give complete privacy as well as to exploit the vista mountains 20 miles to the south-southeast beyond thousands of acres of untouched desert and the foothill against which the house is built HELP US TO HELP The Salvation Army Welfare Services Netd HotiMhoM Call For Pickup Sendee OR LEAVE AT 412 lit AVE. CASH BINGO SATUMY OtLOCK HUNfiAIMN OLD TIMERS HALL A tin McM tfcfl phfri lir Ml wM 2-7 Mo mm SMinfcT pta 2 JACKPOTS NOW AND Itoirt to No. 1 Chinook and Stntor ANNUAL TEA and BAZAAR Siftrfty. Dtimfcr 2 to CMC Spirts Centre Sewing WMte Door Pnz6 Tea Tickets 50c The house was first design- ed for a bachelor in California who wished to make provision lor house separated from his own living as well as for says Mr Pfeiffer His property was bordered closely by neighbors on either side but extended in one long with an ocean view The same con- ditions of close neighbors do not apply to us But the same need for privacy does To the where the road approaches the privacy is provided by a six-foot gar- den wall To the east against the rising foothill the lounge windows are clear glass To the west where the drive curves and enters the car court a gate between two large columns offers visual protection from this angle And that leaves the magnifi- cent view to the south The gently curved roadway to the house was laid ou' so that cars enter from beland the house and then turn into the side They neither obstruct the view nor intrude on privacy As long as I have known Mr says Mr Pfeiffer this has been my favorite house plan It is a space concept so far ahead of its time that it was new 35 years ago and it will be new 100 years from now This advanced concept of living space composed entire- of circles connected by a covered patio was an idea and a form that conservative clients and contractors could not understand They backed away Mrs Wright widow of the architect who passed on in 1959 took a great personal interest in the construction of this dwelling She terms it her own personal dream house and designated the desert site which it now occupies. She says This is a house of the future set upon the Arizona desert as though it were spun out of materials from another planet It in Olgivanna Lloyd Wright who first suggested to her husband that he design a house based en- tirely on circles She remmoed him that everything in nature is always circular the she said come in and curves He countered that he thought the the triangle the and the rectangle the shapes of pure were the truer elements of architecture He added that he observed that snowflakes and other crystals were not but angular But crystals Mrs Wright replied are not living things She must have made her point for within weeks he presented to her the plan for this very house of-circles now built by the Pfeiffers During his 74-year Wright designed some buildings and 600 were built Furnishings in the Arizona dream house are sparse and the atmosphere uncluttered in line with the Wnghtian premise Let the ornament and pattern of our houses be an integral part of the architecture rather than an applied afterthought Let us eliminate from our homes all that is neither personally useful nor personally beautiful Given this almost all the furnishings and are built in The custom cabinetwork throughout including kitchen drawers shelves and seats is luan mahogany in a light tan finish all built of course on Frank Lloyd Wright architect before his time the curve Mr Pfeiffer calls the cost reasonable in view of retail furniture prices today cost of the including furnishings and landscaping but not the land was As to how his circular house lives Mr Pfeiffer wake up every morning and pinch myself to see if it's all real ft JS so beautiful and gives me such joy' I don't see now how people can live in square rooms Mr as you was trying to avoid right angle both horizontally and vertically and he manages it completely in these circular rooms Speaking generally of Mr Wright s views on Mt Pfeiffer his later houses he opened them to private gardens if in the city and to dramatic views otherwise The entrance was always the screened side of the inviting but protecting occupants from view of those approaching Often slot windows relieved the long blank walls facing the public side of the Sometimes clerestory windows above the eye of the passerby admitted light without sacrificing the privacy of the owner Conventional American houses of the time when he was building put windows on all sides regardless of the lack or privacy afforded the inhabitants NEXT Pri'-acy and gracious living on a small lot still Don't Believe It Same Day Service on my Outstanding room design This view of the lounge in the Wright-designed home shows how small windows are located around the periphery of the room just above the built-in circular seat. Wright also designed the octagonal tables. KWIK KOLOR Opening Soon In College Mall Men attracted to homemaking R.W.Y. Antique and Modern Upholstering 1st Ave. South Phone 328-5257 Anytime Open 6pm to 9 p m weekdays WAITER YACYSHYN TORONTO An increasing number of men are employed as day-care workers primary school teachers and social a conference dis- cussing the training of visiting homemakers was told this week Suzanne a Vancouver social worker and social development said the federal government is un- intentionally helping men move into the field of homemaking Two government programs Opportunities For Youth and Local Initiatives have sponsored homemaker type projects in which men work The four day which ended was told that homemakers in Kurope willingly do housework part of their job but in North America they don t to Trager a health service consultant in San said more and more we hear ot un- willingness to do housework and the devaluation of all household tasks There seems to be a cultural attitude toward housework which devalues it. she said But this is not so in countries like France Miss Trager said that in England she saw homemakers gel a sense of satisfaction by making someone comfortable MXIIII India The the French-born leader of the Aurobmdo religious move- ment in died of a heart attack Saturday at the age of 95 The matriarch came to I'ondicherry in 1914 as Mirra Alfassa Richard the wife of a French diplomat She had liv- ed in the religious community since 1920 first as a disciple of Aurobmdo Gosh an Indian scholar and alter his death in 1950 as Ic.Klcr ot the movement SOUTHMINSTER U.C.W. 60th Anniversary Bazaar and Food Wttosfey. at SwrtlMiitttif 1011 4th An. 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