Brandon Sun, June 12, 1974, Page 29

Brandon Sun

June 12, 1974

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Brandon Sun, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1974, Brandon, Manitoba Around Town Popular figure irVMA unnnv JfftTTTRWKITIT THE HANOON SUN MMnwtoy 12 15 with EUGENA MOORE JOTURNBULL J272451 Mto Jeatt Vatewn x unoeeiect of July 13 was honored at a miscellaneous shower held in Trinity United Church Miss Rhonda Winters made the presentation assisted by Misses Terena and Janice Mabon of Belroont Mrs Maurice Valcourt of St Rose mother of the guest of honor and Mrs Herbert Dandy mother of the croomelect were special guests Mrs Lyle Gawletz Mrs Kenneth Gowler Mrs Colin Camp bell Mrs Robert Maw Mrs Harold Stewart and Mrs Walter Frederickson were hostesses The Brandon UM Ls held a windup dinner at Kam Lungs restaurant preceded by a game of miniature golf The annual Brown Bagg Ball will be held Sept 21 at Valleyview Community Centre Miss Elliabeth Tegg a brideelect of June 15 was honored at three miscellaneous showers Mrs Ken neth Anderson Mrs Glen Nicol and Mrs Douglas Ar diel were hostesses for a shower held at Little Souris School Mrs Terrence Tegg and Miss Cathy Pachal hosted a shower at the formers home and a shower was held at the Foresters Hall given by members of Court Princess Mary L2 Special guests at the showers were Mrs Clarence Tegg mother of the brideelect arid Mrs Jack Ardiel mother of the groomelect Family and friends held a social for Miss Tegg and Mr Ronald Ardiel at the Elks Hall A presentation was made to the couple by Mr Howard Anderson who will be best man at the wedding UCWL donates Margaret Trudeau has gone into the election campaign with enthusiasm T M dhffm by STEWART MacLEOD The Canadian Press Margaret Trudeau the attractive brighteyed wife of the prime minister has come a long way since she nervously accompanied her husband to Moscow in 1972 appearing confused and uncomfortable with all the social graces surround ing her position You can form many impressions of the prime ministers wife as she throws herself enthusias tically into the election campaign but confusion and discomfort are not among them It was just two years ago that the Vancouverborn Mrs Trudeau was quietly telling a handful of reporters I am a mother I am me I am not a public figure And it was just a few days ago that she stood before an audience of 2000 in her home city and con fidently introduced her husband as a man who is quite a beautiful guy She has stood on railway platforms in the Mari times shielding herself against a stinging sleet to be at her husbands side during this campaign She has squeezed through pressing crowds to shake hands to talk to children to smile obligingly for local photographers She has sat on countless stages to heartily applaud her husbands speeches She has smiled comforta bly at the many standing ovations she has received If the smile is constant it does not appear frozen In terms of cheers she might well be the most popular figure in the cam paign But it appears that few people actually will know what she thinks of the whole show She has refused requests for inter views has said little of sig nificance in chatswith reporters and has managed to maintain a high degree of privacy des pite her frequent ex posures to the news media and the public Margaret Trudeau 25 has been described as everything from a burned out revolutionary to a sim mering radical while dur ing her three years of marriage the country has tried to discover what is behind those attractive features What else she may be she is emerging as an asset to her campaigning hus band Also it appears she has plunged into the cam paign of her own free will whether out of curiosity enthusiasm or a selfdecid ed obligation Last year the ptime to childrens camp pope to improve image st Marvc TTlrrainian foneress I St Marys Ukrainian Catholic Womens League ended its activities for the season with a dinner meet ing held at the Prince Ed ward Hotel Mrs John Romanik president presided at the meeting which made a donation of towards a childrens camp at Camp Morton Plans were made for the fall dance to be held on Oct 19 Mrs John Wawruch and Mrs Michael Wawrykow were named Follow the when using Charcoal briquets are good for outdoor cookouts Misused they can be lethal like using the cheap con venient flameless and tas teless briquets indoors in a confined space where they give off odorless but dangerous gases Last summer three On tario campers decided to barbecue inside their trailer because it was rain ing They died victims of carbon monoxide poison ing Burning charcoal is dangerous if the gas it gives off is confined in a So to warn briquet users delegates to the Congress of Ukrainian Catholics on June 28 July 1 in Saska toon Mrs Mary Teresko a longtime member of the league who is leaving Brandon shortly was presented with a gift Mrs Romanik made the presen tation and expressed the appreciation of the work done by Mrs Teresko for the league The next meeting will be held on Sept 3 rules briquets of the dangers through improper use of this fuel the department of con sumer and corporate af fairs through its product safety program has issued a regulation requiring manufacturers to put cau tionary statements on the packages in both English and French All charcoal containers offered for sale after May 1 1974 must carry a clearly visible no tice warning the public that toxic fumes may ac cumulate and cause death if charcoal is burned in poorly ventilated or enclosed remember TRIOLOUNGER EL RAN The choir with everything of sisters nun says LOS ANGELES AP Elizabeths eyes flash fire when someone says nuns should be meek and docile and belong in a convent The public image of women in religious voca tions is in very bad shape she says Like many nuns Sister Elizabeth 30 doesnt wear religious garb or live in a convent She believes the sisterhood is an attrac tive in which ayoung person can use her creativity and talents to serve God in society Nuns usually thought of as teachers or nurses can work in politics prison reform or help the aged she said Sisters are usually stereotyped a la Audrey Hepburn in The Nuns Story now being replayed eternally on the late late show she said I think there is real hope for improving the image of sisters Id like to make their work more visible and believable If people can look as the community then it becomes more possible for them to have some im pact She practises what she preaches Sister Elizabeth is the founder of Rainbow Word and Picture Co the only advertising and public relations agency for Roman Catholic religious communities She was named Outs tanding Young Woman of America for 1973 for her work She also is editor of Women in Love With Life the publication of her order the Congregation of the Humility of Mary based in Ottumwa Iowa MARGARET TRUDEAU minister told reporters I dont like my family life mixed up in politics and that he wouldnt think of using his wife for such purposes However he added that Margaret is a Canadian ci tizen and free to do what she wishes He appears to like what she is doing now I think this is really an important thing in our marriage has said Pierre doesnt have any expectations of me to al ways be at his side and I dont have any expecta tions of him to always be at mine During the 1972 cam paign she seldom was at his side during public ap pearances But this time she is there most of the time On a fourday whistle stopping tour from Sydney NS to Montreal Mrs Trudeau appeared at every stop every meeting and every side visit She was introduced as the lovely Mrs Trudeau this very attractive visitor and a very very special guest She talked naturally to children who presented her with flowers and with mothers about their babies After being presented with snowshpes for son Justin in St Tite Que she made a thank you speech in French She foundered on a word and appealed to her smiling husband for help To the delight of the audience he merely ges tured for her to continue and her efforts received a resounding burst of applause In private her French is said to be articulate The visits Margaret Trudeau appears to enjoy most are those to senior ci tizens homes On several of these visits she has broken away from her hus bands entourage to mingle with the old folks and to become involved in lengthy conversations Theyre just beautiful she said to a reporter while listening to senior citizens take part in a Toronto singsong Excuse me I think there are some people over there I would like to meet On the train trip no one could accuse the Trudeaus of using baby Sascha for publicity purposes He wasnt photographed once with his parents Paulines HAIR STYLING OPENING SOON 161 Mi Street AssocumoroF MANITOBA FESTIVALS ALLMANITOBA HILITES CONCERT with MANITOBA NATIONAL FINALISTS Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium SATURDAY JUNE 15 Music in the Mall MUSIK MEISTERS AUTHENTIC GERMAN MUSIC Entertainment provided by Music Performance Trust Fund Financed by recording industries through the cooperation of Local 475 AFM Brandon Thursday June 13 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