Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
I _ THE LETHBRIDGr IIFnALO Wi-rfnodny. February lo, I77J ft fl alendar oj- local n 'lappeninqj No substitute for marriage: OfloA .still outweighs the bad Clii Jsliaii Science t c s timony meeting will be held on Wed- nesday at p.m. in Ihc cliiin-h auditorium, t Avc. S. Everyone Mapr .lad; Kois Chapter, IODE, will hold Ihc annual Founders Day Ten, on Satnr- day, March 25 in Ihe Pcmmi- can Club Rooms. Old lime and we.slcrn square dance classes will be hold in meeting in Hie gas company auditorium on Wednesday at p.m. .Motlo, don't Ircl over whirl you'd clo wiih your lime it could live it over arain: got hiisy wilh what you have Icfl. Iloll call. of a lea towel. Surprise, in charge, Mrs. Fairies. Tea hostesses, Mrs. T. o 11 and Mrs. A. Hunter. The Lslhbridgp riegisicrcd Music Teachers' Assncialion is Feminists teaching the cause: male ego trip now under fire M.U'HKKN -I.UIH'SON Family IMilor tempt new w ays of living to- gether.'1 "People's views on marriage arc changing in the direction of the reality of and Dr. Martin said this is prob- ably the reason for the return of Ihc extended family the family embracing grandpar- ents or oilier relalives. The important lunclion of the Marriage is lit-re lo slay, ac- i-orcling io Dr. Tony Jlartin. "I don't sec- anv real sub- stitutes for in Hie near said Dr. Mai tin. who i.s a practising clinical psychologi-si as well as a fac- ulty member of Iho I'nivcrsity substitutes acceptable lo a (hc o( Io bs large number of PPDD.C. i s i n r i c c I ly." l-.e .'.-.id nd always have fcn at- of ]ovc anfl tempts to oul nulemit ways lo live ami probably a curtain percentage o[ people will continue to ex- plore these v.-ays." "But ior most people in our society, marriage is a comfort- able snd uay o[ liv- ing.'' ''The way we conduct our marriages certainlv ?ets up in- evitable tensions between peo- ple in Ihe marriage1 and Iho But Ihe advantages' certainly outweigh the disad- vantages, given the context of OUT society." SINGLE LIFE DIFFICULT "We may numbci solve tbe ma.rrir.er i.r il Claris their bat.j of human con- lo very tact "by a tendency towards said Dr Martin. ''But most of neighborhood movements like l.bc evidence indicates these; day care centres and recrra- people Mill probably try to re-1 lion. Tt is sliomi in the desire marry. of many people to relmn to Mncle life for aciults is, small communities, or to move socially difficult, anil there are j from suburbs to the inner part relatively fev. people can (of the city and meet people comfortably live a bachelor i face lo face." existence." I In the nuclear family, iic On Ihe olher hand, an at-' said, when the spouse dies or tempt at group marriage would j leaves, the source of security is be uncomfortable for many missing, and it is difficult tn people because of the Iradi- j finr1 substitutes. Tlie one who is tional ways of inheritance and left is lonely, because of Ihe children, he do people lie ask- said ed? "But this does not mean lhal "We arc behind Ihe limes in married people might .nol at- providing ways of finding those security. Tar j-'liare in providing these lies within the In the nuclear marriage, which involves parents r.nd children only, he said. Ihe is Ihe major or only source of emotional support, i And vvh-n the nuclear family is j moved every four years or so, "they get cut off." "People are getting fed up j and arc trying to establish new ways of being together with according lo Dr. Mnr- iin. i "Some of tliis shows up in j kinds of experiences [or peo- ple." People go to retirement vil- lages or try to get involved in clubs and activities of one kind or another "or sit in a room and fall Epart, which again ar- cues in terms of Dr. Martin said. "I IJiink a lot of people prc- vciu this kind of situation now by staying put ami cementing rics with friends. A lot of men now are refusing promotion and the uprooting of the fam- ily." "They say it's just not worth ths cost." reminded of the noon luncheon at the This is being held in conjunc- -3 lion with the re-creation depart mcnl. Everyone welcome. Tata- on Thursday at 1! p.m. j a J'te ,D" side cafe The annual mcciing of South Alberta Presbyterial United Church Women will take p'ace Thursday a( McKillop L'niled Church. Speakers will IK the Rev. Gonion Williams, Rivcr- j side, Presbyterian Church, Medicine Hat. and Mrs. Doris Stevens, UCW delegate to the National Conference on pov- erty in Toronto. j The Women's In- i SiiiuLe hold tile regular TKAVEI.. STl.'DY THOIS-RIVIERES, CJue. (CPi A group of students from (he Trois-nivicres junior college: will travel lo Israel during the summer lo study Mediterranean geography first hand. The stu- dents will board with Israeli families during their stay, prov- iding them wifli an lo observe closely Israeli life and culture. may get an increasing group but the vast er of people willing to ninjority people are widcn- c Style-Rite Beauty Shop 1514 9lh Avenue South Introduces Shirley MciNalley lo their staff! irley hns 12 years experience in Soulri- crn Alberta. She welcomes all friendi lier expert services. Also on staff are: Jane Co etc Toni Muellen Marianne Brouwen Joe Vanden Dugen and Wanda Honey, Proprietors For the best in "Hair Care" and "Styling" can 327-5000 APPOINTMENTS NOT ALWAYS NECESSARY lly .IRAN KHAKI' (.'I1 Women's lulilor TO It ONTO (CP) A course in women's studies is not quite like other courses. It is apt lo be a mix of dis- ciplines, part hislory, part so- ciology, part literature, plus revolution, socialist as well as feminist, plus Ihc personal ex- perience of all the sludenLs and the teacher. Hundreds of people are tak- ing such courses. Tlie Univer- sity of British Columbia has almost 700 enrolled in a course on Hie Canadian Woman. The University of To- ronto lias SCO in an inlerdhci- plinary class and experts it lo expand next year. There are a variety of smaller classes, credit courses for uudergradu- and extension courses for all comers. A in Toronto indi- r-a'.cs most of the courses arc designed and by fem'a- Hs.'Thar degree of co'ivic- licn ranges from plain through radical, but. to a woman, lliey are teaching for tlie cause. STUDIES ATTITl'DES Joanna Sluckey teaches a tutorial course at York Uni- versity that examines (he alti- tudes to being male and fe- male that have held in var- ious cultures. "The theory of the course is that they are not opposites, but complementary. "I'm interested in doing this kind of course because I'm trained in literature and I'm a feminist. "But I don I lielievp in doing what men did. in putting clown women. I think it's impoi-tant lo see vthal kind of myth has done lo men as well as to women. Because they are vic- tims as well as women, albeit victims in a way lhal has given them a bcllcr position. "What my course is exam- ining is a male ego Irip." Maggie Ilctlson-Walker teaches images of women in GOLF-AHOLIC There is as yet no known way to keep the golf buff away from his clubs, once he can find a place to plant his lee. Any lime is the right time, regard- less of weather and ground conditions, for Ken Campbell to play a few practice rounds at Henderson Lake Golf Course. GREEN'S ANNUAL SHOE SALE HEEL HUGGER PUMPS Short and discon- linued lines only. 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M i n n. f.AP) Rliiada Jlariin ii amused by the sLir lier goal- lending has caused in an otli- crwisc all-men inlramural hockey league at the Univer- sity of "1 think it's fun hut every- body thinks il's said the 22-year-old .senior bi- ology major from Clue Earth, Mum "But I don'l think it's ah- normr.l. I don't feel fnylhmg differcml plnying hockoy than I would doing something eJse." Hiss Marii n, a prelly blonde, gat iiilcrcslctl in Ihe sport as a sriccl.'itor :w.d won Ihe two games in last yerir. K'.IL- pliijo.il games tins season, winning one allowing two eoals and losing the other with live goals against. "I really love lo watch hockey." i-'hc said. "When you like something, you should get inio it. I for a chance to play and they let me don't think a person should IKIVC lo scream women's lib eveytims she wr.nls to clo something riiffer- Miss .llarlii said "I am not trying to prove s o m e t h i n g v. iicn I play hockey. do it heeause I lo do 1 enjoy sports and I enjoy men and I do not think a (V.upie of lillle old technical Irr.ditions should prevent me from doing what I want." ,15 G9C DRY CLEANING SPECIALS! SPRING AND FALL TOPCOATS SLACKS. PANTS or SKIRTS SWEATERS Light or mcd. wcighl EACH NO CHARGE FOR PICK-UP AND DELIVERY BENJAMIN'S CLEANERS 317 10th ST. S. (MASONIC BLDC.) PHONE 327-5771 literature from current popu- lar through the classics. She leaches an ex- tension course Lo a group she says is housewives and mothers, and tutorials lo new-fledged college students at York. TEI.IJi OF OPPRESSION She says her aim is to teach about "the oppression of women, learning lo drf'me the problem QIK! actirg on it." She says sha Rets more ar- gument from the freshmen than from the older, more ex- perienced women, hut still feels she must go a little cau- tiously with Ihe older group. "For them a lot cf this is threatening, analysing mar- rage and Ihc family, hscause this is what I hey're into. I re- alized a lot of Ilic things I was saying were annihilating Ihings for (.hem. I had to slow down "I've U5cd quile a hil of the sairc in bfV.h groups. I dcn't have lo he quile so pussy-footed annul it with the ui-clcrgradiiaies." Barbara Cameron says wryly her classes can he as (lull as any ether, but agrees trey can also start emotional arguments. "Theories of the family can very tcuchy. 1 think we'd have more arguments if there were more men in the classes, but f don't know if they would be useful arguments." MOTIVES MIXHD She and Rcbin Enclves are two of ths 20 Leaching assisl- anls who teach the inter-disci- plirary Women m the lieth Century course at the University of Toronto. The ccurse has sb: main of women, women in the family, sexual- ity of women, women In the work force, women in revolu- tion, and the history of the women's movement. Motives for taking lha courses are mixed. Prof. Stuckey says she has two fem- inisl students looking for am- munition. M a g g! e Hodson- Walker says she has two mala students loolcing for girls. Queen's cousin to wed i (API Prince S Richaid r-f Gloucester, first I cousin the Queen, is going In many a Danish secretary, Bir- giile Van Dam's, lie announced today. The prince is 2U, his fiancee !25, and they have been goir.g j logciher r.hout six mcnths. He j told frionds they would he mar- ried some time this summer, t The Queen gave her consent, i required for a nismbsr of thr j Royal Family, bs f o r e leaving last week for a lour of the Far Eest. Prince Richard is a son of the Duke of Gloucester and is 10'h in line of succession lo Iho throne. His father was n brother of tlie Queen's father Kin" George VI. 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