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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 TH6 UTHBRIDGI HERALD April 10, 1973 _ calendar of- Local happening Xi Nu Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, will hold the regular monthly meeting tonight at at'the home of Mrs. Leslee Martin, 1310 iSlh St. S. Mrs. Mary Hall and Mrs. Anne Gas- cfcermann will be cohostesses. Tie program, institution otj marriage, will be presented by j Mrs. Marlene Armstrong. Mrs.; Leslee Martin and Mrs. Elaine j Sackney. The Lethbridge Minor Hock-, ey Ladies' Auxiliary will hold a bake sale Thursday. April 19. i from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. in Cen-1 tre Village Mall. All minor: hockey mothers are asked contribute if possible. to The Chinook Senior Citizens' j Handicraft Club will meet j from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednes- day in the all-purpose room at the civic centre. A potluck luncheon will be served at noon to all members and friends in- terested in liquid embroidery. The Ladies Aid of St. Peter and St. Paul's Greek Catholic Church will hold its regular meeting tonight at 8 in the par- St. Patrick's CWL elects executive St. Patrick's CWL recently held an annual dinner meeting and election of officers for the coming term. Elaine Schill was named president, with Cathy Gleason as first vice president; Joan Steele, second vice president! and Diana Slemko. third vice president. Past president is Mary Wad- den. Other officers include Betty Reimer. recording secretary; Ida Vasas, corresponding sec- retary and Amanda Wolfe i treasurer. Councillors are Rebecca To-' bin, Frances Costanzo, C a r o 11 Barry, Mary Wadden: Grace Suyker. D o r o t h Lacey, Mariette Moroz: 'Ellis Velker. Rose Crople% and Louise Laqua. A general meeting followed the dinner, with committee re- j ports received and a review of the year's activities given. Acting president, Monica j Noel presided. CWL director. Father J. A. addressed the meeting j of working together and lead- and spoke en the aims and pur- j ing in the spiritual aspects of poses of the CWL. the parish. ELAINE SCHILL president He stressed the importance j EVERY WED. AT 2 P.M. AFTERNOON BINGO MOOSE HAIL 1234 3 Ave. No. JACKPOT WON EVERY WEEK SPONSORED BY THE WOMEN OF THE MOOSE No Children Under 16 Allowed Everybody Welcome BINGO LETHBRIDGE FISH ft GAME ASSOC. IN THE EAGLES HALL 13fh St. N. JACKPOT IN 58 NUMBERS FREE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS (4th, 8th and IN 7 NUMBERS MO CHILDREN UNDER 16 ish hall. Hostesses for the eve- ning will be Mrs. Albert Gill and Mrs. Nick Koskowich. w The regular monthly meet- ing of the Wilson White Com- munity Club will be held Thurs- day at p.m. at the home of Mrs. Frank Vailie. Tan Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, will meet tonight at 8 at the home of Mrs. Judy Corbett, 1019 Henderson Lake "Blvd. Co- hostesses will be Mrs. Liz Sch- roeder and Mrs. Delia Pearson. A program on literature will be presented by Mrs. Barbara Marshalsay and Mrs. Carolyn Tucker. Hi Neighbor Club will bold a regular dance at Westminster School from to p.m. Wednesday. There v'l! he re- view of the Solomon Levi. Beau- tiful Katie and nsw Members are asksd to remem- ber there will bs no dence April 25 as ths school will be closed. Wind up dance for this season will take pkce May 2 with the Westerners' Orchestra from 8 to 11 p.m. The beginners' square dance will dance Wednesday at p.m. at the Central School in Taber. Women are asked to please bring a box lunch. This is being "held in conjunction with the recreation depart- ment. The Alberta Association of Registered Nurses will meet Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the Haig Clinic. Dr. G. Driedger will speak on genetics. Kappa Chaper, Beta Sigma Phi. will meet at the home of Lucille Thompson. 2110 22nd Ave. S., tonight at Cohostesses will be Susan Gif- fen and Faye Coleman. A pro- gram will follow the business portion of the meeting. The Wylie group of St. An- drew's church will sponsor a dime-a-dip supper to be held Wednesday at p.m. The Ruby Walker group will I j hold a rummage sale in St. Andrew's church hall. 1313 5th! Ave. S.. Friday at 6 p.m. House- j j hold articles will be featured.' i i Christian Science public j j meeting Wednesday at p.m. in the church auditorium. 1203 4th Avenue South. Every-! one is welcome. j The Ladies Auxiliary to the j FOE No. 2100 wiD hold a regu-; j lar meeting Thursday at 8 p.m. j in. the Eagles' Hall. Hostesses I will be as arranged. Puppets perform for patients Cartoon characters came to life at o recent puppet show hsld for dsnts at the Lethbridge Community College. The performance was o the little patients at St. Michael's Hospital. Donald Duck, Mickey Mouse and students' course project, dasigned to familiarize children with hospital pro- Pluto put on the show, with a little help from their friends, the nursing stu- cedures and to alleviate many of their fears. omen should be able to do own thiiii Phone 327-2277 McFarland Bldq. By JEAN" SHARP CP Women's Editor TORONTO (CP) These days, to be a woman with a family is almost automati- cally to be a woman in a di- lemma. Woman appear to feel they must justify every move. whether they stay at home, do community work or work for pay. Three women who have sorted it out for themselves offered their points of view in interviews. Mamie Paikin 5s a Hamilton wife and mother of two young teen-agers, who is deeply in- volved in community life. She said: "I have bsen sur- prised at the amount of talk- ing that women are doing and the intensity with which they discuss the value of what they do. "I compare it with the med- ical student who has all the symptoms he is learning about. The more women read about how confusing it is for a woman today, the more con- fused they become. "The inculcation of guilt has bean a life style for women for a long time. They have a right to make a choice, to de- cide what's good for them and do it and not feel that every- thing that gees wrong is their fault. "The variety of choice today makes it hard. I'm not sure we've been brought up to cope with a variety of choice. ar.d you don't ever have to cope if you say. 'My husband won't let me' or 'I can't be- cause of the kids.' URGES FLEXIBILITY She said some serious com- munity organizations now are looking for women members and she believes women should agree to join boards or whatever, even if they believe it's tokenism. "I think the point is you don't make one choice and settle into it for 30 years. Women should be flexible enough to change. If I change, that doesn't invalidate what I'm doing now." Mary Lou Nicholson of St. j Catharines, Ont., is the wife i of a department store assist- i ant manager and mother of j three boys aged 10 to 15. The family has lived in six cities in 16 years as her husband's firm has moved him. Mrs. Nicholson said she feels her job as stay-home mother and community volun- teer is a valuable cne, and she resents what she sees as pressure on her and women like her to get piving iobs as well. think society has put a dollar 'value or everything. If a woman isn't working for a dollar, then her work is not considered worthwhile. DECORATES, GARDENS "I come home and find all the kids in our basement and I'm told it's because their mothers work. I've just come in from an afternoon of teer work, but that's free, and that doesn't count. "I don't feel that I'm a drag on my husband, that I'm a prostitute for my comfort. I do most of the decorating and gardening, I refinish our an- tique furniture. These are things that Bill doesn't have to pay people to do. "I used to feel guilty be- cause I didn't dedicate my whole life to my children. I don't how. "I think Bill and I will have more time to ourselves, to have a leisurely dinner or do some of the things we want to do." Sheila of Toronto is p: .oil manager for a mail- order firm. She has been working since her three child- dren were ycung. Now they are 19 ard 23. Her life has bean simplified to the extent that her mother lives with her and her electrician husband and has been able to look after the children. GOOD FOR FAMILY But Mrs. Haslam said she would have worked anyway. She began because they needed Ihe money and contin- ued because she perfers the life to being at home. She said she feels the whole family has bEnefitted from the decision. "I think you enjoy your chil- dren more. You er.d up with a more compatible relationship. You have a broader scope, a broader understanding, and they are more independent. Mrs. Haslam said she be- lieves there are some ground rules for a successful combi- nation of job and horns work. "You have to be sure you and your husband agree on raising the children and on whether or not you should work. "You have to feel that your children are taken care of ad- equately. "There is a need for day care and for after-school care, and they should be geared to income. ".Somewhere you have to the fact that you are what you are. and you don't want to stay home." HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Need Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CALl 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 1st AVE. S. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes dstided to be cheerful and optimistic at breakfast from now on Regardless." f 4f jga UM PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHSRIDGE ElKS LODGE ROOM (Uprtoirs) EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. CELEBRATES 100TH SAINT CESAIRE. Que. (CP) 1 Mrs. Auolphs Brotieur cele- i i braled her 100th birthday at a j i party given by friends and reJa- j j lives. Mrs. Brodeur has J9 J grandchildren. 107 great-grand- j children and 38 great-great-1 j prandchiJdrcn. 1 GiON BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY of 8 p.m. JACKPOT ElACKOUT IN 54 NUMBERS OR LESS (Increasing r.umbet per week until wren) Ut GAME S50 JACKPOT Stti GAME S2S (X) 10th GAME JACKPOT IN 48 NUMBERS FREE eUS SERVICE HOME AFTER BINGO MEMORIAL HAU PUBLIC AND GUESTS NORMANDY LOUNGE Children under 16 net allowed by lodiei Auxiliary to Canadian Juniors Fashions Featuring CHILDREN'S SHOES by BUSTER BROWN and SAVAGE Downtown McfoHand Bldg College Mall ;