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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 IHE VETHBRinGE HESAIO Snluidoy, Oclober 5B, 1971 life by MAUREEN JAMIHSON A prcUy trammilic' j-iluiitioii arisen in cur former- ly-happy household. Alter I" I liave finally had t.o face the fact tlial I urn alas, married to an (.'nteoliag Untie. The penny dropped llii. pack her baps anil -vp i-ui. Down the iia'd ioe.> Guldii1. and out lo moot an- ..tiier fe'.ler mat siu- really love. I sit I'm1 re and -I'.ui'.e like a kid at t'no dentist's. Iju; right in ilie l.isi minute, the blind boy's door opens Goldio's come hack'. 1 inumhio lo my hiiii'.nio as the final scene fades out :uul 1 inop and blnv on tny (lijinlciiraiiiig Then the traitor shows his hue colors. curls into a cynical sr.o'.T as he says ihe blind liny siiniiid never have taken ('.oldie that if he had anv sense, the eny would he eau'eriy vailing lo ineet Ihe next broad thai moved into the apartment. 1 mean, Goldie how can anyone talk about her like that unle.-; he needs rilhci- new glasses or sometimes 'actually, lots of times) I gel caught 'nth my answers down. What do you fay when Sou One. a mulling asked what he wants to "vhen he urims up." tells everyone he plans to become- a midget wresllor'' When Younger ilaughler. a grade two-er, is neartbrokeu because the first man she's ever asked to marry her tells her he's going to many his dog when he grows np Daughter, aged and a Grade 4 sophisticate, promises lo give up smoking her friend's mother's cigarette butts it she can have her ears pierced? ,Sou Four, v.earin.t his company manners while out visiting, wistfully tells his hostess that he's not allowed io ask for candy, but he'd sure like some? HELPING UNICEF Under ihe direction of Miss Ingrid Sdiefter, children at Assumption School are pulling on a school play on Monday io raise funds for children in under-developed coonlries. Calhy Hamilton, left; Darrel Wandler, seated; and Stephen Craiggs rehearse the slory aboul a Canadian boy falls asleep in front of ihe TV let and dreams himself in Africa. Grcenen, pholo kindergarten suggested peech therapy hard on I5y MAUKEEN JAMIESON Family Editor Five-year-old David Is the tremendous psychological proh- The bulls here in Madrid only bow to client] of hravel service-! 22-DAY HOLIDAY IN SPAIN Fly wllh Air Canada nnd Iboria FROM 5407 Weekly A.M.A. WORLD TRAVEL 608 5th Avc. S. All inquiries Phone 33B-1 181 or 328-7921 1 Locarian-: COLLEGE MALL 112 Hlh STREET SOUTH youngest child in a large, out- going family. He has no appar- ent physical problem, but speech is slow nnd difficult for Dr.vid. I us mother Is actively In- volved in trying to promote a specialized kindergarten in the city, where children like her ?oti can receive regular pro- fessional assistance, "ft can produce a num- ber of interested she said, the Lethbridge Project will form a group "so fhildren can get specialized t raiment where speech is em- Tn David's case, his mother said, "being Hie youngest he nhvays treated as the Eo when lie didn't speak, we didn't lake much r.oiice." V.'hen David was five, on the advice of the family doctor, lie v.T.3 taken to a speech therapist (or treatment, which cost liis liaveiits almost a mouth. IJut not every family can bud- tjX-t for therapy. "The parents of one child who started v.ith my said David's mother "gave up after I'.ro They said they just couldn't afford it. "Once these children start schcol, if tli3y can't speak prop- erly, the other children laugh must start from 1he beginning, groups where they'll be help at them, and this creates a so his handicap is not so pronounced. According to his mother, "Da- vid's teacher is proud of the fact that he's coming on so well, __r ____ but I'm interested in getting I cannot in these because lem." David is one oE the luckier ores. He is now enrolled at a regular kindergarten where the children speak French. All even more. "There are preschool class available for chJldren w Score one point for women's lil EDMONTON (CP) Score nother point for women's onnic Iloffsteicr has become dinontoti's first low ruck operator. Miss Hoffsteter was certilicd y the Alberta Motor Associa- 011 after taking a two-week oiirse and now is A regular rive: wilh a large towing corn- any. 1 felt this would be a chal- .she said. I've really cn- oyed it so tar." Of course she's had to contend stranded motorists who arc hocked to sec her climb down rom Ihe cab of Her truck. "They look four or five limes o see whelhe: I'm male or fe- she said. But invnriably hey give Her praise and encour- ige incut. "They tell me: 'If you can do t, more ixiwer to you." The course lauglit lici low to tow the various makes and models ol cars, principles nvolvcd safe hoipling anc ranapoilation of vehicles ant many otlie" skills needed to sick cars back on the road or into a service bay. OWNEU PLEASED No one is happier with her performance than Rudy Kolody- chiik, owner of the towing serv- ice1 which hired her. HG said Miss Iloffsteter Is his No. 2 driver. "The I've had with male He said with a shudder. Women are more reliable, said Mr. Kolodychuk. Men were forever getting black marks on their driving records, in trouble with finance companies or hav- marital difficulties. JLiss HoffsLeter had some ex- perience with trucks and ma- chinery before she decided to take the towing course. Her She also worked as an attend- ant at a service station ono win- Lack of female companions on he job doesn't bother her much. Besides, there's a good siliility thai more women will be hired by the company. "As far as I'm concerned, we're going to be looking fop more female said Mr. Kolodydmk. Parents shouldn't speech and perceptual difficul-1 fiither owns a feedlot rear Ed- she explained, but David monton and she learned to these children into specialized LCC Faculty will meet nt H p.m. Monday in the Kate Andrews building at the college. The meeting will begin wilh a toivr of the college to prepare Die wives (o assist with Week- end College. St. Patrick's CWL will hold a regular monthly meeting at 8 p.m. Wednesday In the rec- tory meeting room. FT. Caroll will give a talk on the church's thinking on invalid marriages. AH members are urged lo at- tend. Tnc annual convention-work- shop of Area Eleven of the Al- Lcrta Federation of Home and School Associations will be held Saturday, Nov. 4, in the audi- visual aids room at Gilbert Paterson School. Registration will begin wilh coffee at 9 a.m., and lunch will also be provided. A film and special speakers on the agenda. All associa- tions are asked to send repre- sentatives and parents are wel- come to attend and discuss cur- rent trends in education and of- fer opinions. A moving of Ihe parenl-ad- group for whose children nilciid has bean by Mr. K. Saner, prin- cipal, for ]0 a.m. Tuesday, in I he confcfer.fc ronm at Ihe All pai-piUs asked 1 a smorgasbord at the Park Plr-za Motor Hotel. Highlight of the meeting will be live enter- tainment from Hawaii. Refresh- ments will be available, and details will be (Hscussed ot tours lo Mexico and Hawaii at substantial savings. Members and friends welcome. his problem is just speech. At the Lethbridge p u b 1 Ic school board, speech therapist Ann Johansen said "we are looking at our total preschool program fcr: IxHhbridge, and this Li going to include all this (tpceoh) kind c! tlung. "So cften kids don't have per- fect speech at level at three ar.d some she SEicl. "They're not sup- posed lo be perfect. Let's not force them as far as maturation and development, are concern- ed we're not made that The regular monthly meeting of the Lcthbridge Social Credit Women's Auxiliary will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Room 1 at the Civic Sports Centre. Ev- eiyone welcome. The Whirl-A-Ways will hold a Halloween masquerade square dance in St. Augustine's Parish hall at 8 p.m. sharp Monday, and women are asked lo please bring wieners and buns. All square dancers welcome. for you love. ei beouiiful portrait in nntural S way." 'But there lems among tre some prob- fives Ihet wo landle his 1 (arm vehicles. New look TORONTO CCP) A woman doctor at the University of To- ronto has said lhat birth-eon- liol to vices should he made 'ailable to any girl who wants em. Dr. Marion Powell told an On- rio Public Health Association invention that "any girl who in (lie risk of pregnancy iould receive the best possible rth-control help." Dr. Powell, assistant r at the university's school hygiene, said parents should ot, even be told when their aughlcrs ask doctors for birih- devices. 'I wouldn't inform the par- nts even if the girl was under Women's liberation and tha urrcnt emphasis on sex is en- ouraging girls lo say they sex, she said, adcbng that hose changes in standards ould produce hangups. "Cut I'm not sure if they're ny greater than Ihe ones we ;ol being brought up in an op- iressed Victoria Dr. said. "At least our chll- kcn will have a lot more fun rom netting their hangups than ve did." men is ruininatjie .sponsored IJr.'mcli ACW of; and Joanne E. Pierce, 31, will Si. Aufiiisu'nc's Church, i 11 be equipped like all oilier held from 7-9 p.m. Friday j agents with .3C-calihre pistols nnd 0-11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 4, ?Jid will earn the basic starl- in the church basement. ing annual salary of plus guaranteed overtime of Next week only, the Milk River Belles 'n Beaux square dance Thurs- Tuesday at IJ in the Krle Rivers School. Women asked lo please a box lunch. branch of the should do something she said. "Generally, is a need 'or preschool Johansen agreed, "but a lot of it is just a natural matura- problem. In Lethhridge, as In other centres, the problem is a shortage of trained profession- als, but Mrs. Johanscn soicl on the whole, the city was better equipped lo handle the situation than many other centres "in chiding Edmonton." Five speech therapists gradu aled from the course the University of in Edmonton last year. This is the first training program avail- able west of Ontario. Tony Tobin, co-ordinator of social planning for the cily's preventive social services, said "apparently there are no grams here strictly remedying that particular prob- WASIIINGTON TAP) The -Mr. Tobin, self confessed identifier and co- ordinator of community prob- JenLS wants "to help find out if o-her parents are expressing similar difficulties." If the response is there, Mr. Tobin said he would approach the Preschool Services board to expand Ihe present program or develop one lo meet the needs ol these children. He said he found it exciting thai the parents were bringing agents at ir.rd niceUng of FIJI Academy has graduated new term snd (o help ils first women FBI year nhaatf. Coffee i agents, who are now en route to ar.d St. Agents in Omaha, L, Holey, 25. complete the 14-week training United program at the FBI Academy in Miss Holey is a former Ma- "lhcsc issilcs" forward and not rine Corps lieutenant and back wailing lo be help- Pierce, formerly of Niagara P'alls, N.Y., was a Roman Cath- olic nun for the Sisters of Mer- cy from 1959 to 1970. They are the first women to a tea from 2 -r> p.m. Sunday nl Ihe Sir Gait Museum. Ev- v.ill be to maintain, im- prove-, and increase (ho Ukrain- ian display at tlin mu.soum. South minster square dance mers' group will dance at 8 p.m. Monday in Soirthminslcr hrill. Ladies am asked lo please bring a box lunch. Tim Oncr.ial Cultural Society I will meet at 2 p.m. Sunday for cd. "The potential USCT.I are do- lor-mining the sliapo of these he said. In desperation, David's moth- er wrote for help to the Hon- orable Neil Crawford at the De- partment of Health and Social Development, who she claims, avoided a direct answer. "He went alt around the problem." On March 27, the department replied I hat "Mr. Crawford and me of a revolver, shotgun will be Riving further considcr- ancl rifle. ation to this problem." but not, apparently until v.ith a together in .sufficient lo make tccition methods. their voice heard not even In Tli ere are six other women I his election year. now in training at (lie arrdemy Further information Is avnil- applications from 2-1 wo- able on ttic planned specialized me arc under review. I kindergarten at 328-9-151. By TIIE CANADIAN PItFSS Elegance and conservatism are Hie terms men's fashion c> perts are using lo describe th season's clothes. But a Cross-Canada Survey b The Canadian Press indicate they may not mean exact what they've meant in ollie seasons, as fashion experts pr diet the popularity of strelc materials, bright, floppy-lcggc pants and velvet suits. A Toronto fashion writer one of several who reports th British look is in. There a suils, jackets and topcoats restrained twectls, houndstooi checks and plaids. A Halifax expert says there a return to flannels, an old clo brought back in a new style. But in Saint John, N.B., Ih worsted men arc buying Is stretch version, worn when ti weather is too cold for their summer double knits. In Van- couver, the double knits lhal were considered an innovation a year or ago, arc good for year-round use. Suits are also being made and sold In corduroy and velvet. A Vancouver buyer says the classic silhouette is a slim, long-line look, hut ac'-Js lhal it ends in flared troupers, some ol them two-inch Shirt colors are said to he lored down, but an Edmonton i fashion co-ordinalor says the popular ones are rich, dark col- ors such as brown, ard u'hito- Shirls arc knit and filled. Tics continue to he wide and worn with hig knots. Wrap coats, trench coats and coats In wid-2 cuts and with (ur trim arc fashionable. Quantico, Va. The program, the same for men ami women, in- cludes running two miles in less than 17 minutes, ncrformie 25 sitiips and 15 pushups and pro- ficicnly in self-defence tactics They also had to pass Jn such subjects as constitution- al Jaw, federal criminal pro- cedure and scientific and de- ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN'S FEDERATION Tea and CHURCH HALL 1318 Sir. AVE. S. Wed., Nov. 1 2-5 P.M. Home Baking Sewing Delicatessen TEA DOOR PRIZE parents of children speech problem hand WANDA HOVEY and JOE VANDEN DUNGEN INTRODUCE BRENDA'S BEAUTIQUE 922 5th Avo. Norlh Now under their management. Thoy also welcoms Sandi Pefcrioii and Irene Leys lo Ihoir sfaff. OPENING SPECIALS PERMANENT? 7.00 BOOK NOW FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS APPOINTMENT PHONE 323-7366 ;