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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LETHSRIDGE HE3AID _ Wednesday. January 17. 1973 the grab bag MAUREEN JAMIESOM 3 JTLECTKIC blankets have come under the eagle eve o: '.he Canadian Standards Association. New star.ciards for CSA cerM'icaiion state that materials j used :'or the1 cu'.er she'd must be able to withstand a test to ensure the rate of flame spread Another new CSA standard provides clothes dry- ers a safety door release which can be opened frorr. the inside, j .And by 1973. CS.A ceniiied ranses will have I lower temperatures limits for all external surfaces, mciudirc har.dies control kr.o'os. v, we're on the subject o: standards, don't you manufacturers, o: wieners and buns sot toceihvr' Wieners come in packages oi six or 12. sr.d :r. eiih'.s. Not ony tha; the wieners are r.suLil'v shorter than the buns, leavin; a sood- sized oi !r.un.chjig a; each end. Sr.or: .-re _ooa. cnii c; oee: anc !.r- expense, bu: lew, slow cookT.g to nias( them tsndor. Give a ;ry. 3 Ibs. leer, beef is.- ar.d tro'An bee: in heavy Skillet. While brcwnin; add the onion sr.d celery. When bee: :s brcv.T; vege- tables. Snorkle salt, pepper. crumbled thyme Ccver closely and bake in oven abc-u: three hours or until beet is tender. win Myths hinders development oi modern women as persons TRIPPING THE LIGHT FANTASTIC Venice end Gromps Davis, crd the cic'esr cf-ncer on fiocr, tecri UD fcncy foofwcrk during ine weekly eld. I'TS re'd (be Gc den ,WI8 server cis.zens' centre. ON SALE: JAN. 17th TO 2Oth WHILE QUANTITIES LAST By Jl'DE TIKFC Herald Slat! The working woraaJi was Hie focus of aitentittn at the second in a series of films and discus- sions presented by the Leth- bridge FamUy Services. Her cbanpDg roles in a mod- em and demanding society were explored, reasons i brough: cvi: for these changes. I with the increasing female work i force also examined. Concrete issues involved in i having more women going to work instead of staying at home. ?aid counsellor Joan Puckett, include increasing pop- ulation, resulting in an increas- ed demand for services: I A rural collapse, wiih urban- izaiion. which again leads to a I need for services: The reduction of actual work in the home through the use of machines and ready-made pro- duct: And a longer lifespan. with i the breakdown ci the extended family and ihe development of the nuclear, mobile family. Mrs. Puckett cited examples I of countries which have met these changes with an increas- ed work force of wcmen in all fields, inciudirjg the profes- sions: ara coatn-iied the fig- ures wiih those of N" o r 1 h 2 a.m. feeding or a seven-year- old with broken teeth." dependant means feminin- ity: "Thinking of women as weak, help'.ess. foolish crea- tures means ttey're delicate. If they were, the race would have died out long ago. The strength and endurance of women has been what society has been grounded on. Women are net dependant and they do get re- sentlul for having to play role.': with the right man you will slay young and beautiful: "Expecting your knight in shining armor to solve every- thing won't work. He's a human being too. trying to exist, and he doesn't have t h e instructions stamped on his bottom. Lean- ing on him too much will make hiin fall down with you fal- ling down right on top of him.'1 Mrs. Puckett stressed that ''these are all illusions, fantas- ies, images which hinder our development, not as women. but as persons.'' She said women have to ccme out of these mytrE, be- cause it was no longer conven- ient for society. "We're going to be pushed out otherwise. End it'll be a she added. Mrs. Puckett said each wo- man deserved a time set aside to look at and know herself as a perscn, "not the wife of, mother of, daughter of, or neigh- bor oi but herself." She said the first step should be to dispel the myths. ''This doesn't necessarily mean things will get better, or worse. They'll iust change. "Our old image as women doesn't fit any more. And if it doesn't bend, it'll The next session, concentrat- ing on the widow and her prob- lems, will be held in the Red Cross building. 1122 7th Ave. S.. Tuesday st 1-30 p.m. Babysit- ting is available. "Women here are ies teachers and very fe'.v are lawyers and doctors." said Mrs. PuckeU. "Sorce of the factors involv- ed which are detrimental to the procress of women are held not by men. buc by themselves." Among those were. people will make you happy-: "Reiving on others to make happy purs all the Pressure oti someone else, and if you're not happy, they must hsve railed you ar.d you ;hen become 5L-S. Puckelt ex- plained. love is a solution to every- th'.ng: "Love isn't ;re snswer ar.d It often aocs corriplicatlc.ns when we expect what canno; hap- pen.1' children are a joy forever: ''They're a ioy to anyone who hasn't had a diraec diaper, a local liti ippcr.inqi All person raeresrc-d in tiae and nodem dance an? welcome to attend th-2 I'.: Neighbor Club V.'etbesos? from to p.m. at West- Scr-coL The Scarlet and the wives cf the RCMP. v.H mec; Thursday at S p.m. at o: Mrs. V. Loshnv, 2615 lith AYS. AN. The ihirri rnej'.bc o: the ViVL. scn Home and School Asssocia- tion "ill be held tonight st p.rj. in the auditorium. PErer.t- will be on the second rc-pori card. Urxh Till be served. A gctxi atten- dance is requested. A bridge. v.hist will be sponsored by social corr cc Friday at S p.m. in Riinbow Hall. 54 Ave. X. Everyone YWCA news This is Xationsl Y Week Car, GO a. The theme of thi? year's celebration is Peo- ple Helpins Change Happen. All the VWCAs and" YMCA? will spend this week encouraging people to lake a look at their c.-gsnizations. what they stand for and what thev offer. A r.-.essage to all Canzdjaas comes 'o u? f-PT. :hc Ncuoaal Couo- ciis of both Ys. O'jr theme was chosen be- Canadfi's Ys ih-e re-soiirc'es and skills 10 holo fjxi the anSTrers of today's pressing prcblens. Breakcov.Tj in conmunica- liyr. between the sge groups: social. ar.d economic problems creat- ra by rci'.uticn: srd poverty of these require tha; we pool our efforts to hehp frd S'j-jr. rro'i'enis c-suno-t be cr if neclect- ed o: mishz-idled they will ser- ioufly sirnin tv-ir couatn''s hu- mar. aM Far rrare than a hundred the Y> have done sn vb rn serving the needs of cf Consdians. Per- hars rc-je has tended to social and Today, more than ever, our Ys are cosine ou: o; their CQ niz: unities ;o nee: modem- day prvclerr.5 wh-ere ihey eiist, ;hat d'-rirg Cansdian Y Week" you will visit ytxir lo- cal and learn more o: we are ccpg to heip, Fcop'.e C'nlnge Hap- pen. YARD CRIMPKNIT DRESS LENGTHS Tne beancers" square QETXX wJl darxe Thursoay at S-30 p n. s: the L. T. school in T a b e r. are asked to please bring a box -oz-ch- This is held in cor- juzctioa ;-j the recreation de- CROCHET COTTON MASTERPIECE COATS' THREAD BINGO MOOSE HALL 1J34 3rd AVENUE NORTH WEDNESDAY oi P-M. Jackpot S125 in 60 Numbcn 12 Games in 7 Number! 4lh Slh CamiK Doubled in 7 S Ccids SI.00 2 FKEE GAMES FREE CARDS DOOR PRIIE NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 SPONSORED BY ThE LOYA'. CSrE? CF AVENUE SHOES ANNUAL SOUTH MAID CROCHET COTTON I'J CONTINUES DRESS PUMPS and STRAPS from only, pair TERRIFIC VALUEI TREMENDOUS SAVINGS! WOMEN'S NYLON DOUBLE KNITTING YARN Our Hj'jlir fne Sksh KRESGE SPECIAL SNOW BOOTS ALL SALES CASH AND FINAL NO EXCHANGES OR REFUNDS PIEASE! CHUNK HEELS Reg. value! to 14.95 AVENUE SHOES CHARGFA Open Daily 9 am. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 am. to 9 pjn: ;