The Leader-Post from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada on November 2, 1989 · 29
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The Leader-Post from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada · 29

Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
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Thursday, November 2, 1989
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The Leader-Post Regina Thurs., Nov. 2, 1989 Lifestyles C3 tesatf tewW "? ; 5 Ml Of ' 1 1 H ' Upcoming Saturday The Regina Symphony Orchestra and pianist Stephen Hough will perform in the Masterworks Series at 8 p.m. Saturday at the Saskatchewan Centre of the Arts. Hough will perform Mendelssohns Piano Concerto No. 1, op 25, G Minor, while the RSO will perform Rossini's Italian in Algiers Overture, Mercures Kaleidoscope, and Bizets Symphony No. 1 in C Major. Tickets available at both Centre of the Arts box offices. Cathedral Area Skills Exchange craft sale and flea market will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Cathedral Neighborhood Centre, 2900 13th Ave. Lunch is available. Lynn Miles will be guest artist at the Regina Guild of Folk Arts coffeehouse beginning at 8:30 p.m. Saturday at the Copper Kettle, 1953 Scarth St. St. Johns UCW will hold a fall tea and bazaar from 1:30 to 4 p.m. Saturday at the church, 4th Avenue and McTavish Street. Items will include home baking, crafts, books and white elephant table. Everyone is welcome. Excelsior Chapter No, 21, Order of the Eastern Star, will hold a Memories and Melodies Tea and Bazaar from 2 to 4:30 p.m. Saturday at the Masonic Temple, 1930 Lome St. All are welcome. The Ladies Auxiliary to the Royal Canadian Legion will hold a Poppy Day tea from 1:30 to 4 p.m. Saturday at the Atlantic Auditorium, 1820 Cornwall St. Baking, sewing, white elephant table and other items will be featured. Queen City Walkers invite you to join them at 2 p.m. Saturday at the CBC Broadcast Centre, 2440 Broad St., for a walk in Wascana Park. For more information call Joyce at 352-1723 or Mary at 352-1700. Fellowship Rebekah Lodge No. 123 will hold a country fair tea from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Odd Fellows Hall, 2080 Rae St. Featured will be crafts, home baking, home preserves and pickles, and many other items. Carmichael United Church Women will hold a fall tea and bake sale from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday at the church hall, 15th Avenue and St. John Street. Home baking, calendars, books, etc., will be sold. The Saskatchewan Caribbean Canadian Association presents Roberto until Saturday at the club, 1148 Osier St. For more information call 525-1991 or 352-6580. St. James Anglican Church will hold a Canadian Country Christmas Tea and Bazaar from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. Saturday in the church auditorium, Empress Street and Northwest Boulevard. The Regina Natural History Society will hold a Wascana walk from 9 a.m. to 12 noon Saturday. Meet at the museum parking lot. As Wascana Lake begins to freeze over, lingering waterfowl are confined to crowded pools. The wooded parts of the park may harbor creepers, kinglets, woodpeckers and finches. For more information call Bob at 584-3140. The Minus One Club of Regina will hold a dance for widowed, single, separated and divorced people from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday at St. Martins Hall, 4720 Castle Rd. Guests are welcome. For more information call 359-7711. Library Lakeview United Church Women " invite you to its Bow-Quet Tea from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday at the Lakeview Church Auditorium, 3200 McCallum Ave. Baking and novelties will be available. The Regina Highland Dance Association will hold a closed competition Saturday at Theatre Regina, 1077 Angus St. The morning competition begins at 9:30 a.m. with the pre-open dancers. Afternoon sessions for open dancers begins at 1 -p.m. Saturday Central Branch, 2311 12th Ave.: RPL Film Theatre: A Rustling of Leaves, 7 p.m. Milk and Honey, 9:15 p.m. Central Childrens Branch, 2311 12th Ave.: Saturday Stories: 11 to 11:30 a.m. For children three to five years old. Chess Club: 10 to 11:30 a.m. For children 10 years and older. Z St. Peters Catholic Church in 'Lumsden will hold its annual Snowflake Bazaar from 12 noon to 4 ' p.m. Saturday. The bazaar will consist of local craftspeople displaying pottery, baking, jewelry and many Christmas ideas. St. Peters Pantry will be open for the hungry shopper. !The Hilltop Mall has treasures at ;; ; just the right price. For the children Reminders Thursday Regina Chapter No. 7, Order of the Eastern Star, meets at 8 p.m. in the blue room, Masonic Temple, 1930 Lome St. Order of the Royal Purple, Regina Lodge No. 4, meets at 8 p.m. in the Atlantic Auditorium, Royal Canadian Legion, 1820 Cornwall St. Catholic Group for Widows and Widowers meets at 7:30 p.m. at Holy Cross Church, 315 Douglas Ave. E. Closure foirces A blind to move TORONTO ( CP ) After 18 years of living in Torontos only home for the blind, Gay Morrell says the prospect of having to move out is like being cast into the wild. It is awfully, awfully hard to learn your way around a new place, the 83-year-old said. Its just like putting me into a wilderness. But Morrell and the 64 other mostly elderly residents of the Clarke-wood home for the blind will have to find somewhere else to live by the time it closes next August. Built in 1956, the 112-bed home has stairwell barriers, hand rails and braille elevator buttons. But a deficit and $3-million bill for structural upgrading to meet provincial standards led the Toronto branch of the Canadian National Institute for the Blind to close it. The decision shocked the residents, whose average age is about 87. It also spurred the creation of a group now fighting to either save ; the home or close it by attrition, allowing current residents to remain. Institute officials say they hope to find another home for Clarkewoods residents, allowing the group to stay together. The institutes national council has decided that operating homes isnt a priority, said Gerry McCowan, chairman of the institutes Toronto advisory board. Since the early 1970s, 14 of the institute's 21 homes across Canada Anniversary The Seeds then (left) and now 1929-1989. Ivan and Kathleen (Kelly) Seed celebrated their 60th anniversary recently with a come-and-go tea hosted by their daughters, Joanne and Dianne, and son Coulter. Many family and friends were present to share this special occasion. The Seeds farmed in the Tregarva district until their retirement in 1973. The Events column, a daily public service announcements column, prints notices of upcoming events for non-profit groups at no charge. The following guidelines apply: Notices of upcoming events must be received in writing seven days before the event. They are published once, two days prior to the event. Upcoming events are not taken over the phone. Because space is limited all reports are edited. All surnames must be preceded by a full first name. AH events must include the name and the phone number of a contact person. Write-ups of events that have already taken place must be sent in within one week. They should be typewritten or clearly printed on letter-size paper. When photographs suitable for reproduction are supplied, they will run with 50th wedding anniversary reports. The Leader-Post does not cover such events. For more information about the Events column, phone 565-8235 between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Monday to Friday. The Great Divide is here. I.OTIX) 649 players in search of a new and easy way to win are joining this exclusive group. You can too! By joining the Great Divide you will get to participate in 100 six-number selections for only S i per draw. Greatly Increase Your Chances to Win Your 26-week (52 draw) Great Divide certificate entitles you to share in 5,200 chances to win. 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I thought Id be finishing my days here, said Rita Murphy, a longtime Clarkewood resident. Seated in Clarkewoods basement craft room, the 83-year-old said she cannot bear the thought of moving to a place not geared to the blind. Morrell scoffed at the institutes assurances of satisfactory accommodation elsewhere and promises of training to smooth the way. In here, I am a self-reliant, independent person, she said. Somewhere else, Ill have to be a nonentity who someone else will have to look after. Of 64 residents, 47 require extended-care treatment and 10 are bedridden, say institute officials. Herbert Barnes of the Save Clarkewood Committee said he doesn't disagree with integration, except when it comes to the elderly. That's fine for young people, students, who are able to adapt to new ways, said Barnes, a former member of the institute's national council. "But its of no value to people who are 80, set in their ways, and want to be comfortable. 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