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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE IE1HBRIDGE HIRAID Solurdoy, Stplimber 1975- family life by MAUREEN JAMIESON IT WAS BLACK FRIDAY for my youngest daugh- ter yesterday. I can cope with her almost-endless dress prob- lems and with broken teeth I can patch and put torn jeans and skin I can even gel her into the bath tub occasionally while putting on a superb act of unflumed calm. But I have to admit there is a yawning chasm a generation gap when it comes to solving a grade two-er's social problems. On Monday I was informed with diie importance, that there was to be a school trip to Fort Hacleod. The big excitement the first day or so was the fact that it was to be by bus. To this poor little underprivileged is constantly chauffeured all over town by her witless bus ride is a rare treat. Then as the days passed, it gradually dawned on her that the most vital aspect of what was evi- dently supposed to be a learning experience, was that she got to take a lunch. She had very rigid views about this lunch. It had to be a sandwich, a piece of fruit and a can of pull-type can at that. It being pretty close to shopping day, and be- cause we'd had a big run on bologna and peanut butter this week, she watched mournfully while I placed slices ot "mean ole ham" between two pieces of bread, cut and wrapped it, and shoved the finish- ed product into a plastic bag. An orange followed. As I reached out for the can of pop, I froze at the sound of a horrifying shriek. no pull-top on that pop. I can't possibly take that old rather she sob- bed. "I'll have to stay home and teacher will hate I made soothing noises and mopped tears with one hand. With the oilier, I reached out and popped the can opener in with her lunch. "Nobody else on the whole bus will have a can opener with she wailed pitifully. "I'll be the only only Dear Ann do you help a daughter who's on the verge of becoming socially unacceptable just because, in your ignorance, you handed her a can opener? Wages of sin WELLINGTON, N.Z. (AP) because two unmarried per sioners receive more than married twosome, some couple, in New Zealand are finding profitable to stay unmarriec The difference comes to a year, making the wages of s a week. Seven plays to be staged by Theatre Calgary group HAROLD BALDR1DGE cLocal Jva The Whirl-A-Ways will start ilie fall season of square and round dancing in St. Augustine's parish hall on Monday at Round dance practice at p.m. All square dancers welcome. Women are asked to please bring a pie. Tickets for tho Pemmican Club bus trip to Dinosaur Park on Oct. 1 must be obtained prior to Sept. 20 from Mrs. L. J. McKcnzie, 626 6th St. S. Pas- sengers will be limited to ticket holders only and tickets must be presented before .boarding. Ti'e Ladies of the Order of ;c Royal Purple will bold dec- ration day on Sunday, Sept. 24 t 2 p.m. Everyone is asked to Members are asked lo their reservations early. make The Carsc-Evcrson section of ACW will meet for a pot luck supper on Tuesday at p.m. at the home of Mrs. Carse. The members cf St. Mary's ACW will hold the fall tea and bazaar on Thursday Oct. 26. HAIR STYLIST Bryan Welsh, of Keith of London Boauly Salon, Edmonton, hoi joined our slaff. Bryan has specialized in Hair cult- ilng. Perms, Coloring, Blenching, Slylrng. for Phone Bryan at 328-3650 B. J. Hair Styling Salon Ltd. 506-4th AVE. S., LTTHBRIDGE e at the Elk's m. Hall at ANNOUNCING! The arrival of our first shipment of RA1AC LEATHER AND CALF SUEDE COATS Excluiivt, Incomparable leather Is proctMcd in England from the choice Span- ish hides. We have Ihem in t-iuin tind in: Norwegian Fox Golden Possum Mink Raccoon Fur Trim Come hi while our selection Ti complete and fake advantage of our lay-away plan. McFARLAND BtDG., IETHBR1DCI PHONE 327-2277 Southminster Square Dance earners' group will dance on londay at p.m. in South- linster Hall. All interested ouples are welcome. Women re asked to please bring a box unch. The Women's Auxiliary to the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital rill hold the regular meeting .t 2 p.m. on Wednesday pre- eded by a luncheon at m. in the nurses' lounge. Rev, H. Hankinson will speak en he role of the chapel in pa- ient care. A good attendance is requested. Guests and new members welcome. i The regular meeting of the Lethbridge Auxiliary to Shrine Hospitals for Crippled Children mil be held on Tuesday at p.m. at the home of Mrs. Karel Roelofs, 1816 20th A Ave. S. t Tho Ladies of the Old Timers Pemmican Club will told a whist card party on Tuesday at 8 p.m. hi the club rooms, 9th St. and 5th Ave. S. Cash prize and lunch. There will be a tea and pantry table on Saturday, Sept. 23 from 2 to p.m. in the club rooms. Do- nations to pantry table will be appreciated. The regular monthly meeting ot Immanuel IAVML will be held on Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the church basement. Everyone welcome. The 1014-18 War Veterans As- lociation will hold its first monthly social on Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the Legion Memorial iall. Transportation available f required. The Lelhhridge Handicraft will meet on Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the Bowman Art Cen- :re. A good attendance is re- questf1 St. Michael's Hospital Ladies Auxiliary will meet on Monday at p.m. in the nurses' res idence for a potluck supper. A good attendance is requested. The monthly meeting of th' Lionelles will be held on Tues day at p.m. in Sven Erick Family Restaurant. By S1AUREEN JAMIESON Family Editor An actor "has to be dedicated and a little according to Harold Baldridge, newly-ap- pointed. aTtistic director of The- atre Calgary. Harold was in Lethbridge this week to publicize TC's upcom- ing season, which gets under way Oct. 11. "We're doing seven plays in seven he said, "with one Canadian play after Christ- mas." For the past 12 years, Harold, who was one of the first drama majors at the University of Al- berta, has studied and worked in New York. "I've been looking for a way to come back lo Canada and Canadian he said. 'When I left there was very lit- tle to say for choice of theatre. "Now there's something to come back to, which is very ex- citing." Theatre Calgary, he explain- ed, is one of only three profes- sional companies in Alberta. Although he has not worked with the group before, Harold said "I think from what I know of TC thai the standards have Ijeen very high, and they're not likely to change. "My season the choice of plays reflects our byword, which is something for every- one, It he said. will range "from light, frothy comedy to something a little more serious, a musical French cabaret, a thriller, Shaw, the original Canadian play, and something with a western setting. "I've tried to mix them up, quite on purpose, "One thing you might be in- terested said Harold, "is that In the future, I'm hopeful, and I've been talking to the Al- berta government about some kind of touring operation that might bring things here, rather, than having to bring you to us. "I think that since we are the only professional theatre that's been operating in southern Al- berta, we should he servicing southern Alberta, rather than just Calgary. "Well, the government's inter- ested; that's the reaction I'm getting." Harold spoke highly of ama- teur grovips. "Being a he said, "I have to say that's where my interests lie there's something wonder- ful about amateur theatre, "They may not do it as well bul they're doing it because they love it. "It's very exciting, bul I think it is important if we are going to raise the standard of ouv amateur theatre, we're go- ing to have to raise the stan- dard in general. "There is one bit of phi- losophy about myself and TC (and this is going to take some tune to implement as I'm just fresh but being from Al- THE BETTER HALF By Barnes berta, my interest is western; and regional theatre in the west las been in the habit of bring- ng in a lot of actors and a lot technicians from the east. "My feeling is thai as I go on in Ihe next two years, we're joing to be looking for the same jind of calibre person in the west, because I think we should keep 'em out Harold said. "And I'm also interested in doing various training pro- grams for people like that, "I've been holding audilions Calgary since I've been he said, adding thai he would be willing lo audition in Lethbridge. "If I felt that the inleres1 worranted it, I would certainly do it. The more people I see Ihe happier I am." When auditioning aspiring ac lors, Harold said he looks fo "background, whal they'vi done and how lliey prcsen themselves. "I think there are man; routes" to h said, citing amateur thealr and drama courses. "I wouldn' ;ay that any one way is th lest. "If you've got talent, you gc He then added a few words o caution. "It's a very demandin profession, and it's very slin rou know. "Even the better-paid one maybe only work 4V4 month, out of an entire year, in term of working days." He advised anyone intereste in auditioning for him, or any one wanting a program sche- ule for the coming season t contact Theatre Calgary at 41 310 9th Ave. S.W., Calgary phone 262-2146. "I realized I hadn't married a financial tycoon when' Stanley's check for our marriage license Equal rights for tvomen might end tvidow's pension Cardinal larifies decree WINNIPEG (CP) Most ev. George Cardinal Flahiff, of Winnipeg, said ere Pope Paul's decree made ublio Monday is not an Jmpor- ant statement of the role of omen in tha Catholic church. Cardinal Flahiff, an Interna- onally recognized spokesman status of women in the hurch, said the six-page molu roprio a decree by tho xipe's own hand contains nly two lines dealing with the ole of women. "The document is not talking f this role. It is dealing with he revision of certain liturgi- cal offices." The decree, which states tha ower church ministries of e reading and alter service may be performed by lay Calho- ics provided they are men, has >rought strong reaction from Catholic women's groups. But in its passing reference o the role of women, the de- cree said only that things should as they are until the ssue can be investigated more :ully, Cardinal Flaliiff said. He said there are plans for a Vatican City committee to study the theological and historical queslion of the ordination of women. In the meantime, there are many church sendees wo- men can perform wliich, pcr- taps, are "more proper to women." He said it was unfortunate this issue has not been fully resolved, "hut at least some- thing is being done." d out an The recent John Howard So- ciety house and garden tour and tea realized a profit of al- most according to Mrs. Mario Wylie, president of the Ways and Means committee. She said the board would Ilka to express its thanks to the con- public and everyone who assisted in the program and made the tour a success. CURRIE'S FINE FOODS OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK A.M. TO P.M. 1516 9th Ave. S. BETWEEN THE TWO HOSPITALS GENEVA (AP) Equal rights for women should mean an end to that time honored in- stitution of the widow's pension, says a study prepared for the International Labor Organiza- tion. French expert Pierre Lara- que, author of the study says in a society where there is full legal and economic equality be- tween the sexes, "the problem of widowhood would appear in a completely different tight." Laroque says if a widow Is young enough to w o r k, she should either resume her for- mer job or be trained for a new one with an allowance paid dur- ing her training. baroque proposes that woman reaching pension age should get one even if her hus- band is still alive, In calculating this pension, he says, these factors should be considered: CALIFORNIA DISNEYLAND US ViGAS Departing Ocr. 7 end Dec. 23 by deluxe hiwny cruiser SEE Disneyland, Los Angeles, San Diego, Tijuana, Mexico, Las Vegas, Salt Lake City and more. 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