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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Calendars The Lethbridge Old Time Club is holding-a dance at p.m. Saturday at Assumption School, 24th Street and 14th Avenue S., with the Country Couples in attendance. Everyone welcome. The Southern Alberta Writers' Workshop will hold a meeting at 2 p m Saturday at the home of Hattie I. Chester, 1309 14th Ave. S. The Anne Campbell Singers and Teen Clefs wilf hold practice from 5 to p.m. Friday at Southminster church hay First United Church will hold a rummage sale from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday and 9 a.m. to noon Saturday. The Anne Campbell Singers and Teen Clefs will present a Sacred Concert at 8 p.m. Sunday in Southminster Church, following a valentine supper at 6.30 p.m. Tickets for supper and concert inclusive are and may be obtained from the girls For anyone wishing to attend only the concert, there will be a free will offering The Playgoers of are presenting a workshop series on theatrical production from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday at the Bowman Arts Centre Topic will be speech, directed by J Fleming. The Golden Mile Dancers will entertain at Green Acres Lodge, 102 5th St. S., at pm Saturday. All dancers K'ease meet at the Golden ile Centre at 2 p.m. for transportation WteeWhimsv Officials survey day care needs win be sent the original artrfor he quote Send you' child s quotation to this paper OTTAWA (CP) With more mothers forsaking the traditional housewife role and taking jobs in the federal public service, government officials are looking at childrens' day care needs of their employees. The office of equal opportunities for women, a branch of the public service commission, is conducting a survey this year to determine what can be done to provide such day care for working mothers And a group in the secretary of state department is in the early stages of development of a departmental day care centre. The people involved, mostly women, hope that eventually government-provided day care for public servants can be introduced to serve needs of of federal employees who work in Ottawa-Hull. Then they hope it can be ex- tended to other federal employees spread across Canada. Altogether there are about public servants working in departments, departmental agencies and Crown corporations. About one-third are women. The public service commis- sion has a policy of attracting more women into the govern- ment to provide a more bal- anced public service. That policy was enunciated two years ago by commission chairman John Carson. The commissioa will conduct its survey among government workers in Ottawa. Parents will be asked to outline child care arrangements. Sears portrait photography has an art." Excellent quality... Outstanding price __ __ subject plus 50c handling per portrait An 8x10 Colour Portrait of your child. 3 days only Choose from finished portraits nol proofs1 Choice of poses Exlra prints available at reason- able prices No obligation to buy addiJtonal portraits one offer per person, two per family Child age limit- 3 weeks to 14 years Sears SMPSONTS-SEAWS PHOTOGRAPHER'S HOURS: TMi, Mh and A win. I frit fern, to p.m. No classes Only one of the 32 teachers at Richmond Hill High School in Richmond Hill, Ont., showed up for class one day this week. Some of the students spent the day playing cards. A strike by 667 teachers in this area north of Toronto has virtually shut down the century-old high school. Gait nurses alumni elect new officers The election of officers of the Gait School Nursing Alumni Association was held recently at an annual supper meeting. Marion Wakelen was elected president with officers Maude Christensen, honorary president; Helen Hope, honorary vice- president; Donna Karl, past president, Edith Cook, first vice-president, Sharon Hirsche, recording secretary, Karen Porter, second vice- president, Barb Willis, corresponding secretary; Marlene Hirsche, treasurer, Judy Neufeld, archivist; and Ruth Melvin and Alrene Takasaki, social convenors. It was decided that the annul reunion and graduand banquet will be held June 15 at the Gait School of Nursing MARION WAKELEN Ann Landers Dear Am Landers: May I borrow the largest billboard in the world to get a message across? Madame: Does your husband say, "Stay in bed, dear. Don't bother about getting up to fix breakfast. I'll get something downtown." Do you then brag to your neighbors and the bridge club how considerate he is? Well, I have news for you. Chances are better than even that he is thinking of HIMSELF. Go into any downtown restaurant before working hours and you'll see dozens of men contentedly reading their newspapers, but with the fresh memory of tangled hair, puffy eyes, a ratty bathrobe and a pair of house slippers flopping around like two dead animals. Who wants to face that? It's infinitely more pleasant to urge her to stay in bed while you enjoy your juice and coffee and Ann Landers downfcwn. Bob S. Of The Snskue State Dear Snshtee: I wouldn't win any beauty contests in the morning, but I still get up to have br ist with my husband., far be hasn't suggested that I stay in bed. Besides, 1 like to be on hand when be reads Aim Landers. He's my severest critic! Dear Am Laaders: Someone wrote to you recently and asked why in the face of the zooming divorce rate you didn't write more about marriage the way it really is for most people, minus the Stardust. The implication was that you were derelict in your duty. Unfortunately, too many kids come from homes where their parents are separated, divorced or their parents' marriage is nothing to brag about They look to you for guidelines because they know you fefl it like it is. So, Ann, why didn't' you mention your booklet. "Marriage What To I sent for it two years ago and it was the best 50t I ever spent in my life. I was 18 and sure I was in love. I had already accepted a ring. After reading that booklet I realized I wasn't ready for marriage and the guy I was engaged to was even less ready than I was. When I told him how I felt he roughed me up and tore my blouse. He married another girl three weeks later. Don't be bashful, Ann. Speak up. That booklet is neat. Grateful IB Great Neck Dear G.: Me Since when? O.K., you talked me into it Anyone who wants, "Marriage What To Expect" can write directly to Ann Landers, Box -3346, Chicago, Illinois 60654. Enclose and a long, self- addressed, stamped envelope. Dear AH Laaders: That man who wrote in and said goats, both nannies and billies, who are well cared for 'don't smell must either be crazy or he smells like a goat himself and doesn't know the difference A few years back I was privileged to watch the changing of the guard at an old fort in Quebec. The mascot was a billy goat A prettier snimal would have been hard to find -1 snowy white hair, gilded horns and hooves. But it happened to be a windy day and the spectators were downwind from the parade grounds. There was never any doubt as to what that animal was, especially for those of us who had been around goats before. That expression "to smell like a goat" didn't get into the language by accident. 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