Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
Friday, October 4, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Weaving displayed A display of weaving and related textile arts are on exhibit at the Lethbridge Public Library until Oct. 18. The display was opened last week and includes a variety of textile arts including weaving of all kinds, batik, macrame, needlework and antique stitchery pieces. Entries came from craftsmen throughout Al- berta. The exhibition is sponsored jointly by the Leth- bridge Handicraft Guild and the department of culture, youth and recreation. PUBLIC BINGO m 16 GAMES BLACKOUT (Played Until Won) LETHBRIOGE ELKS LODGE ROOM EVERY p.m 50 years later Mother's past traced RUMMAGE SALE SATURDAY, October 5th a.m. 1020-1 Oth North Bethlen Presbyterian Hall Winter clothing HouMhoM CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HALL Cor. 13 St. 6 Ave. North Friday, Oct. 4 8 o'clock 4th and 8th Games in 7 Numbers 12th Game 5 CARDS FOR OR EACH BLACKOUT JACKPOT IN 57 NUMBERS LUCKY NAME DRAW WORTH LUCKY NUMBER DRAW WORTH 3 FREE GAMES DOOR PRIZE Undw 16 Yun Not AlkraMd tW ST. BASIL'S MEM'S CLUB____________ SAINT JOHN, N.B Fifty years ago a touring com- pany of players staged their production here and used a lo- cal baby as part of the per- formance. This summer, the baby girl, now Mrs. Winona Rand, re- turned to this area for the first tune since that stage debut in search of a mother she never knew The F. James Carroll Players visited here in February, 1924, and used the seven-weeks-old girl as part oi their production of Womer Against Women The touring company latei discovered that the child was the daughter of a womar whose husband had recently died and because she had two other children, was having dif ALBERTA FEDERATION OF LABOUR CONSUMER PROTECTION COMMITTEE WILL Investigate consumer problems Initiate action where possible Monitor activities of consumer affairs departments of provincial and federal governments Expose price gouging i.e. Retail prices, rents, interest rates press for adequate consumer protection legis- lation Advise the Alberta Federation of Labour of your problems as a consumer Write to: ____ A.F.L CONSUMER PROTECTION COMMITTEE P.O. BOX 45 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA ficulty raising three. The players decided the small girl would need a new home and, according to a new- spaper account of the curious transaction, after some per- suasion the mother, assured the child would have a good home, consented to adoption. Because more than one of the players wanted to adopt the child, lots were drawn and a scenic artist named Robert C Banjamin and his wife won the right to take the child She was given the name Edna Winona Carroll Ben- jamin and was taken back to the Benjamin home in New York This year the now Mrs. Rand came from Cataret, N.J.. with three of her four children for a visit to try to trace her mother's past It all came as a result of the urgings of her 20-year-old son Robert, who wanted to know more about his own mother's past. Mrs Rand says she wasn't too interested in her early years in discovering her mother.. "I was bitter. I couldn't un- derstand how a woman could give up her child like that. "About June this year I started to think that maybe my mother was still alive and perhaps my children would have a grandmother. "I'm no longer bitter. As I got older. I was better able to understand my mother's ac- tions." TOotfl AgnnSroats iM fce tef Tte fltwte Photos by Phil Illingworth Do try our BEAUTY FORM BODY WAVE SPECIAL AT THE LAKEVIEW Beauty Salon 2638 Soutn Or. 327-4843_______ i The return of the at CAMM'S Local hair stylist attends championship Ideal for office or Campus All leather uppers and soles, stack heel. Colors Red, Tan, dark brown and dark antique brown A Lethbridge hair stylist served as president of the judging panel of the World's International Hairstyhng championships held in Vienna, Austria recently. Jorgen Maegaard, manager of Viking International Hair- styling, was one of four Cana- dian men representing in the hairstyung competition Specializing in men's styles, Mr Maegaard won the right to represent Canada in Vienna at the national hairdressmg competitions held in Van- couver earlier this year, for which he also served as one of the judges. From Vienna, the eight hairdressers on the Canadian team went to Lorrach, Ger- many where they competed in a second contest, featuring 244 contestants from 22 countries In Lorrach, Mr Maegaard placed third as an individual stylist in men's modern hairstyling category In addi- tion the men's team, of which he was a member, ranked fifth in group styling com- petitions. 1 Joyce Dressy Snowboots Exactly as shown in brown or K black leathers Also similar styles by Kaufman The LARGEST ASSORTMENT of imported styles in LETHBRIDGE Playpens by MISS SUSAN So popular again this fall Available in black brown or navy AA and B widths Sensibly priced at Open Thurs. and Fri Until 9 p.m. Camm's Shoes 403 -5 Streets. sunburst ceramics limited A SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT Beginning this week, SUNBURST CERAMICS, will open its doors to the public every Thursday and Friday evenings to sell many of its fine quality products DIRECT TO YOU The world famous SUNBURST line of handcrafted pottery, ceramics and ovenproof cookware, will now be available on a "as supply lasts" basis at 40% to 603 reductions. All items are the fine SUNBURST quality, but will be limited to supplies on hand of slight imperfections, overruns, out of production, and salesmens1 samples. Items for sale at the 40% to 60% reductions include: bean pots--souffles--clay bakers--giftware and asntrays, plus mixing bowls casseroles and many one of a kind handcrafted ceramic products. SUNBURST CERAMICS is located at 1014 3rd. Ave. North. (Across from the Alberta Liquor Control SPECIAL SALE HOURS ARE: THURSDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS 4 PM TO 9 PM Retail sales begin this week, October 3rd. and 4th.