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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Greyhound See everything you want to see close up! In friendly luxury. Greyhound's air-conditioned, rest- room-equipped Scenicruisers (and safety-proven drivers) can show you what enjoyment is all about. Expo 74 World's Fair in Spokane Greyhound is the Official Motor Coach Carrier for Expo 74. So come with us and celebrate tomorrow's fresh new environment. discover 100 acres of en- chantment and fun! Greyhound has a wide range of package tours to suit any .budget of time or money. Reservations at the hotel of your choice are in- cluded. For your own convenience, be surejo book early! For tour facts call your local Greyhound agent at 327-1551 Greyhound the super travel value Tan time! What better way to spend the afternoon than lazin' in warm rays of sun- shine? Five-year-old Rhonda Michalezki of 210 North Mayor Magrath Drive took advantage of the lovely weather arid de- cided her favorite doll needed a tan as well. The glasses might not be a perfect fit, but they do the job. Girls9 club to visit in Montana Some 16 members of the Alpha Theta Rho Girls Club 1 will attend the club's annual state assembly in Fort Benton, Mont., Friday. Judy Sallenbach, president of the local club, will give a report on the year's work. The girls will participate in the flag ceremony and fun night. Several Rebekahs from Lethbridge, Fort Macleod and Pincher Creek will also attend. Fourth Section The Lethbridge Herald Lethbridge, Alberta, Wednesday, April 24, 1974 Pages 37 'Few men can argue against women's lib9 MONTREAL (CP) It's easy for a man to accept the justice and aims of women's liberation, but how does he react when his wife or girl- friend joins the movement? With increased anxiety, re- sistance and a refusal to ac- cept what is happening, an- swers Josh Zambrowsky, who is leading a consciousness- raising group of men at the YWCA. The group sessions are called "male liberation" but Mr. Zambrowsky said in an interview the title is mis- leading. The purpose of the group is to get men "to understand and accept the changes that occur when women reassess their the 32-year-old criminologist said. Twelve men have been at- tracted by the eight weekly sessions, organized by the YWCA women's centre. Without saying what goes on during the group sessions, Mr. Calendar The Girl Guides of Canada will present a music day from 9: 30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at Gilbert Paterson School. All Guides and Guiders welcome in full uniform. Bring a bag lunch. Beverages will be served. The Girl Guides of Canada Guiders' Club and Training will meet at tonight at the Scout-Guide Hall. Program will include a sing-off, news from camp advisors' conference, camp forms and a review of camp papers. The Lutheran Women's Mission League of Southern Alberta-Kootenay Zone will hold the spring rally at Trinity Lutheran Church, 893 East Ave., Pincher Creek, Saturday. Registrations will be held at a.m. The theme for the rally will be admission possible. The Ladies Auxiliary to the Original Pensioners and Senior Citizens Organization will meet at 2 p.m. Friday at the civic centre. Following the meeting, bingo will be played and lunch served. A good attendance is requested. St. Augustine's Parish Guild will hold its annual auction sale at 7 p.m. Friday at the parish hall. Items for sale may be viewed Friday afternoon. The Margaret Hartley Club will meet at 8 p.m. Friday at the home of Mrs. Stella Irvine, 1509 '6th Ave. S. The Lethbridge and District Parents of Twins and Triplets Association will hold its monthly meeting at p.m. Thursday in the Gas Company auditorium. Guest speaker will be Dr. E. Melville. A clothing sale will follow. For further information contact Virginia Stockharn at 328-2449 or Sheryl Mclnnis at 328-6321. The Ladies Auxiliary to the Fraternal Order of Eagles will hold a regular meeting at 8 p.m. Thursday the Eagles Hall. Nomina- tions of officers will be held. Everyone is invited to dance to the Moonglows Friday at the hall. The Lethbridge Oldtime Dance Club will hold the annual meeting at 8 p.m. Friday in Room 1 of the civic centre. Everyone welcome. The Hi Neighbor Club is holding the wind-up dance for this season from to p.m. Thursday at Westminster School, 5th Avenue and 18th Street N. The DDJ's Orchestra will be in attendance. Everyone welcome. Hearty meal Oatmeal pancakes made with sliced ripe bananas added to batter provide a hearty breakfast. Serve with butter or margarine and maple syrup. Goby's Perm Special Regular 12.50 SPECIAL ONLY WIGS CLEANED and SET, only HIS HERS HAIRSTYLES GOBY'S BEAUTY SHOP c V 322 -13th St. North Phone 327-5687 Zambrowsky said the participants "are men who have found that their relation- ship with their wives have changed, or men who are go- ing out with women who are involved in women's liber- ation." Few men can argue, in- tellectually, against women's liberation, he said. But many find it hard to adjust emotion- ally to the new lifestyle it brings on. "Often men can't argue log- ically against the goals of women's liberation so they fall back on passive resist- ance. Because they can't ar- gue against it, often they won't ven discuss it with their wives or girl-friends. They keep all their resentment inside. "What we hope to accom- plish during the Mr. Zambrosky said, "is to have the men able to express their views and anxieties, not to keep everything bottled up." Herald- Family He said it is often difficult for a man to accept that his wife no longer feels her major role is to keep house and rear children. "That knocks down a funda- mental premise of the mar- riage and forces a reas- sessment of their he said. "I hope that the men can clarify their own thinking and resolve some of their anx- ieties and conflicts. "The group could provide a base for them to adapt and be more flexible in their relation- ships and expectations of women." Mr. Zambrowsky said men have traditionally felt secure in marriage and find it hard to accept that women want equal say in decisions and equal freedom. He said many men are also worried about the sexual free- dom implicit in the women's liberation movement. "Sexual freedom has al- ways been a danger to mar- riage. Men always felt the double standard looked to their advantage and they are worried when they see women enjoying the same freedom." Mr. Zambrowsky said most liberated women don't want extra-marital sexual relations "but the mere fact that they claim that freedom to make that choice produces anx- iety." "Most extra-marital rela- tionships are more than purely physical. They are also emotional but most men feel they can terminate them on their terms. They don't -be- lieve women can do that and still preserve their mar- riage." Man can benefit from the women's liberation movement "if he can get over the tradi- tional view that the man must be dominant, the provider and the successful one in the fam- ily." Now that many women have jobs, men can accept jobs with less money but do something they like. Now many men feel trapped in a 'society that places emphasis on competition and status. "Men can liberate them- selves, extricate themselves from the work ethic, the com- petition that leaves them just as enslaved as many Mr. Zambrowsky said. 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