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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta so, ros UTHMIOOI HRALB is Mrs. C. Wadden CWL President St. Patrick's CWL held its araual toner netting recently in the Marquis Hotel. Mrs. C. A. Wadden WES elect- ed president. Other officers el- are: first vice-president Mrs. W. G. Porteous, second vice-president Miss Kirby, third vice-president Mrs. E. Schill, recording secre- tary Mrs. R. Costanzo, cor- respondittf secretary Mrs. N. Vetter; treasurer Mrs. H. Bartram, ire Mrs. G. Anderson, Mrs. F. Droste, Mrs. L. Irvine, Mrs. W. Laqua, MRS. C. A. WADDEN n. 1. Lacey, H, NeHer- mler, Mr.. L. Mn. Sullivan, Mrs. A, Tedeseo, Mrs. R. Tobin. Retiring president, Mrs. R. xetamo gave a report on the activities of the put year St Palrick'i CWL tew had busy and successful year with members asnsUnf at the Gold- en Mile Center, Red Cross, Leth. bridge Auxiliary Hospital art fission, a> well as several par sh functions. They also took part in the World Day of Prayer and will be plans 'Meals on Wneeh." Key. J. A. Carrell presented a Pact President's pin to Mrs. I. Castanzo. The evenug conducted with Cleve Hill, as featured speaker a talk on, God' Most Precious Creation. Honor scrolls were presented to the following six members for serrice to CWL, Mrs. J Burness, Mrs. Helen BeUiveau Mrs. F. Droste, Mrs. W. Porteonc, Mrs. Connie Stank and Mn. L. Irvine. FREE CONSENT UNITED NATIONS N. (AP) Braza has become the art party to an international agreement requiring, other things "free consent" both bride and groom for mar riage, the United Nations QQUDOBQ. St. Augustine's ACW, Central jteup wBl hold a general meet- ing oa Monday in toe Parish all at 8 p.m. All members are urged to attend. Calendar Uf JLo St. Basil's CWL annual han- will be held Sunday at 30 p.m. in the parish hall. Ul of the parish wet- ?n Out on McKillop Church Ladies wffl bold their Spring Tea and Bake Sale at the Church from 1 to 5 p.rc. oo Saturday. There will a display of polished rocks and gems. Pourers for the occasion are Lite Members, Mesdames J. Baker, R. bedeostrom, R. Lyck- man, T. A. Reynar.- Hostesses are: Mesdames A. Kloppenborg, B. Jones, M. Pratb; Servers are: Mesdames J. Look, N. Quick, M. McKay, D. Tburiow, U. Kirehner, C. Orion, E. Wagness, W. Gurr, L..Carefoot, A. Wad- steini L. Larcombe, J. Ferguson, C. Haszard, H. A. Madu% W. Rice, C. Rosaine, R. Heden- strom, J. C. Ban-. Nursery care will be provided. Tickets avail- able at the door. United Nations speaking con- test sponsored by the Oddfet- tows and Rebekafcs will be held in the Oddfellows HaU Sunday at 2 p.m. for Theta Rho girls. Winner will receive an all-ex- pense paid trip to the UN. Everyone welcome. The Board of Directors of the Lethbridge and District Old. timers' Pemmioan Club will meet ia the Club ROOKS oa 9th St. S., at I p.m. Monday. Other members of the club are wel- come to be present circle square dance dub will hold its regu- lar dance Saturday at p.m. ia Southminster hall. All square dancers welcome.- Women are asked to please bring a box lunch. Ann Landers The annual banquet and roD call of Faith Rebekau Lodge will be held on Monday at p.m. in the 100F Hall A meet- ing will follow 8 p.m. All Rebekahs welcome. long distance is a on TO ANY PLACE IN ALBERTA It's the talk of the province! On Sundays you can call long distance ANYWHERE IN ALBERTA and talk for three minutes for a maximum of fifty cents. SUNDAY saves 'you time as well as money because this rate applies to ODD calls. Just dial direct to anyone in the province, then start talking. It's a nice way to keep in touch. You -can do a lot of long-distance talking for just half a buck anytime between Saturday midnight to 6 a.m. Monday. do not appfy fo person-to-person, third party billing, time and charge, coin phone, or credit card II you happen to ffve fn an area without ODD service, SUNDAY 50 rates apply to sfalion-to station calls placed with the Operator. ALKKTA Advice Course OpenToWidoics At Montreal YF MONTREAL (CP) Twen- ty-one widows, whole from 27 to 70, are en- rolled in an cxperimoital course being sponsored by the Montreal YWCA to offer guid- ance advice for thoee nd- draiy left wittnot PbyHis Poland, of the Vistas for Women program, said Thursday the women share experiences and listen to ipeai- ers. Many widowi an not aware of the gummiieut serv ices and reeourcei avaiiebie to them. The Canadian Press erro- neously said in a story March 9 that Mrs. Poland is a widow. She is married to Fred Poland, medical reporter for the Mon- treal Star. .She said Ttmnday the idea for the course ii to keep it small enough so "that lectures could be fairly Intimate and people could have a chance to talk." "Right opw we're Jot feeling rar way Bot one woman, widowed sewn yeen ago, came to us and said: if only there had been like this at the time of my bus- band's death. It wonH have helped so much'." MAXI SEASON BELGRADE (AP) To (he delight of the textile bdueUy, mad fashion gorged to popu- larity among Yugoslav women OH winter. Toe principal de- partment store reported sales of cloth up 40 per cent over' last year. DEAR ANN LANDERS: My lister-m-law tehphoaed us lut week from somewhere in Arkansas. She sad they were driving to the Coast and would be in LousiviUe "in a few days." I offered them the hospitality of our home BEFORE the told me they had another family with them seven people In all It WM Uw late to beck out We expected them on Wednesday certainly no later than Thursday. When they didn't show up we decided they had by-passed Louisville so we accepted an invitation for Friday evening. We got home at midnight aod were shocked to find the whole tribe aeleep on the porch furniture. My sister-in-law opened up a mouth that could be heard a mile away. She insisted we bad been informed of their coming and should have been home. (They had car trouble.) Feelings are now strained. Were we wrong? Ky Woes DEAR KY: Since your guests were .not specific about the arrival time you were under no obligation to be at home waiting. Forget it. With luck they may be sufficiently annoyed to go to a motel next time. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Have you ever dealt with prob- lems that arise when a married couple works in the same organization? If so, I have not seen it. We have two couples in this office who are ruining the morale of the entire organization. Exhibit A and B met in the accounting departinent last year. They fell in love and were married in December. They are still honeymooning and her typing looks tike she left her brains in Niagra Falls. He. calls her Pussy Baby and she calls him Cuddle Bug. They haven't been to work on time in three months. Since be is head of 'the depart- ment, nobody can say a word. The second couple is something ebe. They've been mar- ried ten years and axe known as the Battting Bearcats. When ttey fight (which is every TOO can hear them all over the office. Sometimes she gets mad and leaves her desk for Her work must be done by the other girls and they resent it plenty. Pleaee comment on married working together. And I hope yon say it's a bom ttea, because it ia. Witness Who Speaks for SO DEAR WIT: Some married couples manage well In the nine organixation, but generally it's not a good idea. In addition to the problems you too much togetherness can put the dead hand on a relationship. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Our IS-year-oM daughter Wongs to a dub. There are 15 members all girls between 15 and 17. They raise money for worthy causes and have oone wen. Yesterday, Cathy tola us they bare decided to riffles for M cents. The winner gets a date, all expenses paid dinner, theater aod dancing with, of all people, HER. My husband is furious. He refuses to allow oar daughter to sell herself like a common, ordinary Ycu-Know-Wbat I thought the idea was very clever until be made a scene. Cath is deeply disappointed. She felt, honored to hare been the prize. We've been arguing for two days. You win cast the deciding vote. What is it? -Erie, Pa. DEAR ERIE: I vote no. Since the girls are so fun of clever ideas, let them come op with, something else. focti of DEBT a> Canadian way of high- liahrtd by-'Robirt MeKeown In W.tkwid Magaiint Saturday. 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