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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 34-THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Wcdnatday, October 11, 1974 La Boheme to be presented Overture series visiting city Lethbridge is one of the remaining two Alberta cities included in the forthcoming tour of the Canada Opera Company's new production, Puccini's La Boheme. The opera, which will be the opening concert of this year's Overture Concert Series, will be staged Nov. 5 at the Yates Memorial Centre. Other attractions in the series will include the Munich Choir Boys from West Germany who will per- form in April; the Canadian instrumental ensemble, The Cassenti Players, under the direction of George Zukerman, in January; add the new Canadian duo- piano team, Two By Four, consisting of Robin and Win- nifred Wood, appearing in early December. Admission to the concert series is by membership only and the membership drive is under way at Leister's Music Ltd. For further information contact Jean Ringland at 327-4415 There's more than price tag to consider Read the fine print first when buying a 1975 vehicle Twins condition critical LOS ANGELES (AP) Siamese twin girls, joined at the chest and abdomen, lay face to face in critical condi- tion today as doctors worked We would like to help you with all your hair needs at the LAKEVIEW BEAUTY SALON 327-4843_______ to ease their breathing. Dr Louis Cabal, director of the newborn intensive care unit at County-USC Medical Centre, said the girls are suf- fering from severe respiratory problems caused by a lack of maturity of their lungs. The girls, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Sevino Morales of Los Angeles, were born early- Sunday by Caesarian section. OTTAWA (CP) If you're buying a new car, remember there are interest, deprecia- tion, insurance, repair and op- erating costs to consider, as well as the price tag on the vehicle', says the consumer, af- fairs department. And though not required by Canadian law, some 1975 cars will come with catalytic con- verters, an anti-pollution de- vice that requires non-leaded gasoline. "A commodity which may be difficult to find in some areas, and which can be more expensive than the leaded va- the department adds in its monthly circular, Con- sumer Contact. "Besides using a more ex- pensive gasoline and using more of it, these cars are more expensive to purchase, as the cost of the device is passed on to the Before purchasing any ve- hicle, the buyer is advised to scrutinize the warranty to verify whether it is from the manufacturer or the retailer. Make sure you understand all the terms right down to the fine print, the department says Decide on the amount of money you want to spend on a car and what size and type will best suit your needs. "It is very difficult to com- pare prices from dealership to dealership unless you can identify the model of the car, what is optional and what is not. Some dealers order cars with more options than oth- ers "Remember that add-ons add up. Options on a car in- crease the cost, and what are options on one car might be standard equipment on an- other." In used cars, options are usually included in the pur- chase price. Although price is often an incentive, ask your- self how the price compares with the age of the car, the consumer affairs department advises. If you own a child's car seat, take it with you to the dealer. "Don't take anyone's word that it will fit. Seeing is be- lieving." Before you sign any pur- chase agreement, the depart- ment says, make sure you un- derstand it. Have any verbal agreements written into the document and signed by an of- ficial of the dealership as well as the salesman. "There are so many vari- ables in buying a car it is only possible to lay out general guidelines The best rule of thumb is buyer beware and at every step, protect yourself." Nursing Aides 'should earn same wage as EDMONTON (CP) The Alberta Human Rights Com- mission has decided that predominately female nurs- ing aides do essentially the same work as male nursing orderlies and should be paid the same salaries. Seven nursing aides at the Royal Alexandra Hospital lodged a complaint with the MACLEODS value-packed for winter i leading Canadian Great looks in winter jackets and pant coals for the new season ahead! Warmly fash- ioned in the suede look, the leather look, the fun fur look, with or without bells, some embroidered, some classic- ally plain. They're all geared for warmth and fashion at a terrific low price. oil you reollu need CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 329-0037 OPEN THURS. AND FRI. UNTIL P.W. Prices effective Wed., Oct, 16 fo Sal, Oct. 19 or white slock lasts. commission in April, 1973, claiming they should be paid as much as the orderlies. An orderly at the hospital earns a month while a five year certified nursing aide makes The commission appointed a University of Alberta professor, Fred Laux, to con- duct an inquiry, and Prof. Laux released his decision late last week. The Alberta certified nurs- ing aides association has about members in Alber- ta. Assuming that they all get about a month less than their male counterparts, a wage increase to give them parity would cost Alberta hospitals more than million a year The commission has 30 days to get in touch with the At- torney General's Department, which can lay charges if the Royal Alex decides not to comply with the decision. Margaret Trudeau will visit Paris OTTAWA (CP) Margaret Trudeau will travel with her husband, the prime minister, to Pans during his visit next week to the French capital. Courtney Tower, a press officer on Mr. Trudeau's staff, confirmed Tuesday that Mrs. Trudeau, recently treated for what she termed "severe emotional will travel with the prime minister. Other sources said Mrs. Trudeau also plans to go ahead with a visit to Japan later in the month to launch a new oil tanker, the World Canada. Mr. Tower refused to com- ment on reports here that Mrs. Trudeau travelled to Boston last week. "The prime minister's press office is not Mrs. Trudeau's press office." The prime minister said recently that Mrs. Trudeau was feeling much better. She was going routinely to Ot- tawa's outdoor market near the prune minister's official residence to shop. "But don't bug Mr. Trudeau said. Mrs. Trudeau left the Royal Victoria Hospital in Montreal Sept. 22 after two weeks of psychiatric treatment. During her stay, she said she was under care for emotional stress but that she thought she was on her way to recovery. The 26-year-old wife of the prime minister made a brief private visit to Paris in early August. She has made few public appearances since the July 8 election campaign, when she campaigned actively for her husband. When she returned from hospital in late September, of- ficials said she would not have any public engagements in the foreseeable future. Sources said she asked to accompany her husband on his Oct 20-25 visit to Europe. WeeWhimsv Mark McOermon tte onyot tn tor ho quora Chris Stewart Local cars on TV Five restored cars owned by members of the Southern Alberta Antique and Classic Auto Club were featured last week on the TV show filmed in the Diamond City area. A classic example of what can be done with old vehicles is the blue and black Ford coupe, owned by president, Ben Carter, which, while taking 10 years to restore is far more valuable today than when he first acquired it. Club members, ranging from teens to grandfathers, hope to stage an antique car show at some future date The Southern Alberta Equestrian Council will sponsor a one-day .workshop on Nov. 16. Bill Barres is council president. The 58 members of the Whoop-Up Saddle Club (half of which are young people) will push for additional riding trails in the city and coulees when representation is made to the Land Use Forum Nov. 7. Jim Calder, president, will preside at the annual banquet and dance slated for Gym at the Civic Centre, November 23. Members of the Lethbridge 4-H Lighthorse Club will stage their annual award's night banquet at Ericksen's Restaurant at p.m., Nov. 26. Named to the executive at the club's first fall meeting, Oct. 7, were Marilyn Hudson, president; Cathie Bartlett, vice-president; Diane Curtis, secretary; Maxine McKenna, treasurer and Susan Day, publicity. Where have all the men gone? That's the question confronting members of the 60-Plus Pensioner's club which meets in the First United Church, the fourth Friday of each month. So far only women attend says President Mrs. Mary Nichol. Miss Zelraa Stirling, reports free transportation is provided for all handicapped persons attending the monthly meetings ot the Lethbndge Handicapped Society (held at the Moose Hall, the first Friday of each Transportation can be arranged by telephoning Mrs. Frances Hochman at 8-5893. The Shinpa Seizah School of Japanese Floral Arrangements conducted at the Lethbridge Buddhist church by Mrs. Yasuko Terashima will be discontinued until the flowers bloom again next May. Ten youth groups will be participating in the rally slated for the Lakeview Mennonite Brethren church, Oct. 19, when Rev. George Bracks of Youth for Christ, will be the special speaker The 20-member Happy Hour Bible Club choir, directed by Mrs. Mabel Petkau, with accompanist Lora Jacobs, is busy rehearsing at the Nazarene church for their first Fall CJOC taping The show will be seen at p.m. Oct. 20. Mrs. Ivy Owen, director, reports 20 homes have already opened for clubs this Fall. Volnteer teachers and assistants can notify her at 328- 6796. John Peacock, 21, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Peacock of Picture Butte, graduate of Disbury's Mountain View Bible College, has been named assistant 'pastor of Edmonton's Missionary church. Mayor A. F. Blakie will officiate at the opening of Coaldale's Senior Citizen's Centre at 2 p.m., Oct. 19. The centre, a converted house located just behind the Ventura Hotel on Highway No 3, will be open to senior citizens Tuesday, Thurs- day and Saturday afternoons from 2 to 5 p.m. Dick Mells, director of the Lethbridge Musical Theatre, is busy rehearsing the musical Zorba, adapted from Nikos Kazantzakes' book. With lyncS written by Fred Ebb and music by John Konder, the musical, with its cast of 30, will run at the Yates from Nov. 14 to 30. Jack Warburton, who starred in Fiddler on the Roof, plays the lead role of Zorba; Sheila Pisko, Madame Hortense; West Stefan, Nikos; Kathleen Thompson, the widow and Ellyn Mells, the leader. Membership in TOPS in Coaldale has spiralled to the point where the club has divided into two. Roberta Wahl and Carol Roesler are heading the groups which meet in the basement court room of the town hall from 7-30 to 9 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays, respectively. Samuel Escobar from Peru, general director of Inter- Varsity Christian Fellowship, will meet with area committee members, sponsors and volunteers at the Gait School of Nur- sing, tonight at p.m. A Community College Inter-Varsity group meets in the stu- dent lounge each Wednesday at noon. Members of the U of L VCF met with professors Tuesday for breakfast, Bible discus- sion and prayer. Consideration is being given to classes for HAM radio operators in response to many requests, according to Juergen Renter, president of the Southern Alberta Amateur Radio Club. Similar classes were offered by the club 15 years ago. The club's next meeting is slated for October 18 at the gas company auditorium. DID YOU KNOW? That a full man for VACUUM GLEANERS ONLY AN Kinds, all We Stock all Vacuum Cleaner Parts fnplicnunt Motors Guaranteed HOSES AT FAIRFIELO APPLIANCE SERVICES LTD. B. MMH rl PlMlKMITO THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "You probably wouldn't get wrinkles if you'd stop worrying about them." 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