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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 22-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD-Saturdiy, April Calendar The ACW of St. Augustine's Church will hold a spring tea from 2 to 4 p.m. May 4. Everyone welcome. The Green Acres Lodge will hold a 13th anniversary tea, bazaar and bake sale from 2 to p.m. May 8 at the lodge. Everyone welcome. A tea. bazaar and bake sale will be held at the Golden Acres Lodge from 2 to p.m. May 29 to mark the 10th anniversary of the lodge. Everyone welcome. Southminster UCW will sponsor a Used and Usable Sale May 2 and 3 in Southminster Hall, llth Street S. Items to be sold include men's and women's clothing, children's clothes, jewelry, books, ornaments, small appliances and household goods. The Chinook Outdoor Club will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the gas company auditorium. Election of officers will take place and possibly a showing a film on cross-country skiing. A good attendance is requested. WeeWhimsy Ml b-; sum the original art tor Send vuuf crVd's quoiaiion 10 thispapur FORYOURFURS EXPERT REMODILIHG FURS [CLEANED RESTORED INSURED PUR STORAGE NEW YORK FURS] 604A 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3276 Laurel Chapter 43.0ES, Past Matrons' meeting will be held at 8 p.m. April 29 in the Pemmican Club rooms. The meeting has been moved up from Monday. The Leihbridge Handicraft Guild will meet at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Bowman Arts Centre. A good attendance is requested. The Original Pensioners and Senior Citizens Society of Lethbridge will hold its annual banquet at 6 p.m. May 8 at Sven Erickson's Family Restaurant. Guest speaker will be J. W. Grant MacEwan, Lieutenant-Governor of Alberta. Tickets are available from members of the executive or phone 328- 4280. Musical entertainment will be provided. The Whirl-A-Ways will square and round dance at 8 p.m. Monday in the Moose Hall. All square dancers welcome. Women are asked to bring a box lunch. The Allied Arts Council of Lethbridge will present concert pianist, Constance Channon, in recital at 8 p.m. Monday in the new theatre gallery at the Lethbridge Public Library. The ladies of the Oldtimers Pemmican Club will hold a whist party at p.m. Tuesday in the club rooms. 9th Street and 5th Avenue S. There will be cash prizes awarded and lunch served. The Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens Organization will meet at p.m. Wednesday in Gym 2 at the civic centre. Following the meeting the Salvation Army Band, songsters and timbrelis will provde an Easter music program. 'Transportation provided as usual. All members and friends welcome to attend. Lunch will be served The Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens Handicapped and Hobby Centre is open each Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1 to 5 p.m. Bead demonstrations, quilting and animal creations are being enjoyed. Games and cards are available, hobbies for men are being arranged. Refreshments are served. For further information contact 327-3264 or 327-7730 or 328-6206. All members and friends welcome to attend. Call Eva for a new HAIR STYLE Gemini Beauty Salon 706-3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-2079 Open Thursday night The Fine All 73 Styles 10% and 20% OFF Alterations Extra On Sales JEN'S UN 504 3rd AVE. In Uniforms One Special Rack Of One Special Rack Of y so p R I N G S A L CENTER PHONE I're here to help you lose w embarrass you. 'Wherever You Live, There's A OOH Near You For More Information Call ZE-06124 LETHBRIDGE St. Augwtine't Anglican Church 11 Street and 4 Avenue S. TuMdayt, 1 p.m. end p.m. FRANK Community Hill Wedneedaye, p.m. (loll free) TABER Civic Centre Thurtdajrt, p.m. PINCHER CREEK Town Hall Monday, p.m. WEIGHT Herald Family Receives scholarship Laurie Fumagalli of Bellevue, who has won various awards in the Kiwanis Music Festival over the years, picked up one of the top awards at the festival's annual banquet this week. She was awarded the Smith Scholarship of for her artistic ability at the piano. Margaret Foster of Lethbridge, who was unable to attend the banquet, was the recipient of the other high award, the Janet McLeod Memorial Kiwanis Scholarship, for the most promising musically. Game of the name strikes a blow for women's lib By JUDY KLEMESRUD New York Times NEW YORK When Jane Burrell got married last June, she decided to continue using her maiden name. The ground didn't shake, her in-laws didn't disown her, her marriage didn't dissolve. In fact, her husband, Michael Brunson, a sales trainee for a printing company, was very much in favor of her decision. "I just decided that my name before was very important to me, and that I didn't want to assume someone else's identity." said Miss Burrell, of Brooklyn, a 23-year-old portfolio assistant at a Manhattan investment banking company. "I wanted to retain my identity: I think a woman loses something of herself if she doesn't." Time was when the woman who continued to use her maiden name after marriage was considered rather daring, iconoclastic, and perhaps a bit of a weirdo. That is, of course, unless she was an actress or a writer or some other kind of professional. Nowadays, in the. wake of the women's liberation movement, more and more rank-and-file married women like Jane Burrell are continuing to use the names they were born with. Others are returning to their maiden names, while still others are using their maiden names as their middle names (as in Jane Doe or hyphenating their maiden and their married names (as in Jane This game of the name has become one of the major recent cause celebres of the women's movement, keeping feminist lawyers busy and resulting in a whole new crop of organizations to help inform women of their name rights. These include Centre for a Woman's Own Name, in Harrington. 111.; Name-Change, in Newtonville. Mass.; and the Olympia Brown League, in Milwaukee, Wis. "Unquestionably, there is a tremendous interest in maiden name retention right now." said Robey Lyle. 75 years president of the Pioneer Maiden Name Organization, the Lucy Stone League, founded in 1921 to establish the legal right of married women to use their own names. "We're getting letters from all over the country about it." The league was named after the woman who, in 1885, became the first woman in the United Stales known to retain her maiden name. Her friend, Olympia Brown, a minister after whom the Wisconsin group was named, is believed to be the second American woman to keep her birth name after she married. Council sets up fund Female escort service appealing for Alberta farmwoman OTTAWA ir'Di h TOKYO (AP) A foreign- run female escort service in this land known traditionally for its appealing, demure women, its geisha and its thousands of club hostesses? Yes, is the answer of a young woman who has started one. The aim said Mary Adele Rees, a tall blonde from Fa- yetteville, Tenn., is to provide bilingual escort girls for both Japanese and foreign businessmen. Part of her advertising pitch for Executive Service Ltd., says: "If you find that night after night of entertainment is beginning to wear you down, we can provide beautiful, charming and entertaining escorts of all nationalities." A lot of business in Japan is conducted in bars, nightclubs, restaurants and on golf courses. Miss Rees said she thinks that many businessmen are trying to find a "way out of boredom" and that a professional escort service can help them. More than 150 girls have ap- plied for jobs with the service. About 50 have been accepted, she said, including two Ger- mans and one American. The reason for turning down most of the others was because of their lack of foreign language fluency. Miss Rees said there is no age limit, but those who have been hired range from 18 to 35. They speak either English, Spanish. French or Italian and some still attend college. "I was surprised at their in- tellectual Miss Rees said. "It seems to me that many of them are interested in using languages as they meet foreigners, rather than in money alone." She said escorts should be "witty, attractive, charming and intelligent, for a client may want a quiet conversation or he may want an evening of dinner and dancing at a club." The rules prohibit going to private rooms, hotel or other- wise, but there is no time limit set for the escort service. OTTAWA (CP) -The advi- sory council on the status of women has decided to endorse a trust fund set up for Alberta farmwoman Irene Murdoch, who they say "has become a symbol of the inequalities of Canadian matrimonial property iaws." The fund has been set up by the Calgary Council of Women to help the Nanton, Alta., farmwoman repay debts from a recent defeat in the Supreme Court of Canada to win a half-interest in her husband's ranching business. Mrs. Murdoch owes about in legal fees and court costs as well in uninsured medical expenses. The council was "distressed by the Supreme Court deci- council chairman Katie Cooke told reporters the end of a two-day general meeting. Mrs. Murdoch was awarded in monthly separation payments. Her husband of 25 years kept the land, farm buildings, house, furniture car and all revenue from the farm and cattle. "Irene Murdoch has become a symbol of any discrimination against women." said council member Joan Wallace of Van- couver. "We want to give her some concrete help." F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT EAGLES HALL 6th Ave. A and 13th St. N. Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. SCardtforl.OO or 23C Each Three 7 Number Game! FrM Gimis Ifld Fm Cuds DOOR PRIZE Gold cards pay double money CHANGE OF NAME Graham Johnion Draperies will be Changed, Forthwith To... CATHIE'S DRAPERIES 325 5 St. S. Lethbridge To Celebrate This Grand Ocassion We are Having a Clear-Out Sale of Stock Velvets Plain Crushed yd. Terrylene 118" Wide 395 yd. Rayon Acetates 100 yd. Antique Satins yd. Acrylic's 200 j to yd. Pattern Toss Cushions Price FRINGES Trims 25% Off RODS While They Last 15% Off All Sales Final Bonnets Grandest ladies in a Vancouver Easter bonnet parade were a small girl with a live bidgie inside a cage, left, and Janet Marconato with a glittering foil and balloon creation. CASH BINGO TONKHT, SATURDAY O'CLOCK HUNGARIAN OLD TIMERS HALL A Si 00 llickNl pUrid lor till won Silirdlf phu NMter Jicfctiti JACKPOTS Now and (Located Next to No. 1 Firehall) HOODOO IT! HELP US TO HELP OTHERSI The Salvation Army Welfare Services NHd Clothing. Furnllun. Toys. Household Ethels Call 32I-2MO For Pickup Service OR LEAVE AT 412 1tt AVE. S. VACATION CHURCH SCHOOL FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 1614 5th Avenue South For boys and girls ages 3 to Grade 9 MONDAY, April 15 to FRIDAY, April 19 to a.m. BIBLE TEACHING SINGING FUN CRAFTS Send for our beautiful new vacation kit. PO Box 2500, Edmonton, Alberta ;