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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Dccfmb.r t, 1971 -THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 15 HeZp Pakistani refugees: stitch a shirt for USC CONSERVATIVE WOMEN MEET Mrs. Robert Stan- field left wife of the Progressive Conservative party lead- er talks 'with Miss Helen Hunley, minister without port- folio in the Alberta government. Miss Hunley was the keynote speaker at the meeting of the Conservat.ve Women's Association which preceded the general annuol meeting of the party taking place this week in Ottawa. Tl'e immense tragedy of I be East Pakistan refugees in In- pvompting many in- quiries iit Unitarian Service ;omniiUee headquarters as to hmv Canadians can help be- sides send money. The USC has come up with a very simple pattern to Stitch a Shirt. Thousands are needed to aid refugee mothers to keep their children warm and cov- ered and clean. These garments can be made in sizes to fit children between one and six years of age. Any nvaterial such as cotton and light or middle weight syn- thetic fibres will be welcome, but not wool. Parcels should bo marked Stitch a Shirt and sent to: Unitaiirm Service Committee, Vancouver Branch "Stitch a 949 West 49th Ave., Van- couver 13, British Columbia. In the name of the very wor- ried mothers and their little ones, please accept the grate- ful thanks of the USC. o I' In Figure 1 INSTRUCTIONS Material: 1 yard, notions- bias tape thread. No. 1. Fold material in half. No. 2. Cut a follows. No. 3. On front, cut neck down 1" and slit 4 down centre sleeve and bias tape. No. 4. Sew side boltom edges. No iMRiire 2 seams. No. 5 6. Bind off Finish off neck with Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: The letter signed "Swinger's Wife" was terrific. Did you hear from her again? 1 am dying to know. Please update your rcaders.-Wife of a Texas WIFE- First. 1 think we ought to refresh the memories of UK other readers with a re-run of the letter vou are inquiring about: DEAR ANN LANDERS: My husband reads your column every day. When you print a letter that gives my husband a break he always says, "Hey, look at this one. I'm addressing this to him and if I'm lucky enough to see it in the paper I'm going to say, "Hey, look at this 0110DEAR SWINGER: You are nearly 40. Your children Ere growing up and they don't know you. You haven't been around home much. You don't know me very well, either. Whenever I 'try to talk about things that trouble me you shut me off by calling me a "nag." In a few years (sooner than vcu think) you'll be too tired to swing. Tire chicks you've been chasing will suddenly not seem worth the effort. You'll want to be part of the family. But it will be too late Your children will ha strangers. You did not want to be part of their lives when they needed you and they will not permit you to become part of their lives when you need them. I used to feel that I had failed you. I blamed myself for not a better wife. Now I know that no matter what I had done the results would have been the same. You weren't interested in a better wifc-or ANY wife. So I've built a life which doesn't include you and Than You Think. Please print it, Ann, and I'll let you know what happens. Wife DEAR READERS: I received 47 letters from women who wrote to say, "My husband was sure I had written that letter and IK wanted to talk about it." Some of the women said it resulted in the best communication thsy had had in years. A wife from San Diego reported that, her husband had the column in his hand and in her presence, telephoned his girl friend and tcld her lie wasn't going to see her any- more. So it appears the column did a lot of good and I am grateful to Swinger's Wife for having written it. Thank you for asking what happened. Calendar Uf aLec The Women of the Moose will hold their annual Christmas banquet in Hie Town Chef, Tuesday at p.m., later to return to the Moose Home for exchange of gifts. Assumption CWL will hold its Christinas party in the Parish Hall on Wednesday, with a pot- luck supper commencing at p.m. All women in the parish are welcome. The regular monthly meeting of Dominion Rehcknh Lodge will be held in the Odd Fellows Hall, Thursday at 8 p.m., with an election of officers. Mem- bers of both Faith Kcbcknh Lodge and Dominion Hcbcknh Lodge arc reminded of the combined Christmas party to held after I he meeting. All Rcbckahs invited. There will be an exchange of one dollar gifts. Tlie regular monlhly meet- ing of I he Wilson While Conv mnnily Ouh will bn hold at the home "of Mrs. Fred Uussell on Thursday at p.m. Mrs. G. will review the book The National Dream and Mrs. j George Wilmot. will entertain, i A slate of officers for 1972 will be presented for approval. The regular meeting of the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter of the ICDE will be held Thurs- day at the home of Mrs. C. Da'rcel, 1819 7 Ave. S. Friendship Lodge LA to UTU will hold its Christmas party at the home of Mrs. W. A. S. Johnstonc, 1253 r, Ave. S. at 8 p.m. The Christian Science testi- mony meeting will be held Wed- nesday at p.m. in the church auditorium, 1203 4 Ave. S. Kveryonc welcome. Forl Maclcod square dancers will hold the regular dance Wednesday at p.m. with round dance practice at 8 p.m. in (he elementary school. Ev- eryone welcome. Women arc asked lo bring a box lunch and cups. 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