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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta ft THE lETHBRIDOE HERALD Thursday, 7, 1973 Xi Nu executive Xi Nu Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, recently installed a new slate of officers with Anne Chanda as president; Leslie Martin, vice-president and Jo- hann King, recording secre- tary; ANNE president Marlene Armstrong, corres- ponding secretary; Dianne Hoi- field treasurer; City council representatives are Ruth Rittenhouse and Pat Hooper Standing committee chair- men are: Ruby Misak, social; Marie Bartosek, service; Anne Baschermaim, tickets, Donna Rowntree, program; Rolla Chambers, publicity; Bev Perkins, scrapbook; Gloria Virostek and Phyllis Hall, yearbook. Rhonda Schindler, ways and means; Mary Hall, regal; Pat Hooper, parliamentar- ian and Cathy Khan, contact Perfect attendance cbarms were bestowed on Anne Chan- da, Ruby Misak, Johann King and Ruth Rittenhouse. Rolla Chambers, outgoing president, was presented with a gavel pin and in turn pre- sented her outgoing execu- tive with appropriate pins. In the tradition of Xi Nu Chapter, new members Marge Sanford. Bev Perkins and Gloria Virostek were given new plants GEORGE TAKEYASU MANAGER BERT MAC'S Radio-TV Ltd. Has Moved to 708 3rd Avenue South PHONE 327-3232 Next Door to A E. Cross Photography Just Jude By JUDE TURIC An excellent turnout marked the first annual tea bake sale and bazaar sponsored by the residents of Blue Sky Lodge. The lodge is the newest residence for senior c.t.iens and is located on 13th St. N. Residents of the lodge assisted in the tea preparations and serving of guests. Women to attend YWCA convention Pictured above left to right is, Mr. Henry Krahn, President of Krahn Homes Ltd presenting Mr. and Mrs. Jvergen Renter with a cheque in the amount of This award is the result of a promotion held by Krahn Homes Ltd. and Astro Realty Ltd with rtgards to the sale of new Krahn Homes. ASTRO REALTY Westminster Shopping Plaza LTD Phone 328-7748 Four Lethbndge women will attend the quadrennial conven- tion of the Canadian YWCA 'in Banff June 10 to 15 and I an equal number will attend the training workshops which I are to follow I Myrtle Christie, chairman of the board; Jean Findlaj, trea- I surer of the organization, Jean- na Baty, executive director, and Jean Boon, program assistant; will represent the local YW at the convention Mrs. Christie, Miss Baty, iDss Boon and Wal- lis Allen, summer program assistant, will attend the train- ing sessions. The aim of the YW is stated as meeting the apparent and identified needs of -women ard j regional developmer girls and seeking to provide opportunities for personal growth. Four areas of concern were selected as issues at the quad- rennial meeting development of the individual woman, devel- opment within the YWCA, de- velopment of the YW in the comiEumtj, and development in cc-operation Basic questions to be consid- ered by the delegates include- should the YW be a women's movement; how does the volun- teer organization contribute to the community; what are the priorities of the YW of Canada for the next four years, and is the YW in favor of greater The W. A. of the Lethbridge Auxiliary Hospital sincerely thanks everyone who helped make Ihe Sunshine Bag Tea such a success. B5NGO SCANDINAVIAN HAll 229 12th St. 'C' N. FRIDAY, JUNE 8th at 8 p.m. DOORS OPEN AT 7 P M. NEW JACKPOT IN 53 NUMBERS 10th GAME WIN ON EMPTY CARD 4th 8th 12th GAME in 7 NUMBERS or LESS 5 CARDS FOR ENTER YOUR NAME FOR POT OF GOLD Smqle Winner First 12 Games Neighbors Receive 50c GOLD CARDS PAY DOUBLE EACH 2 DOOR PRIZES 36 FREE CARDS 5 DRAWS FOR NEXT WEEK Sorry No one under 16 of age allowed. Under the topic concerning the development of the individ- ual woman, questions which have been sent out to delegates for study and possible discus- sion include Does the Y provide oppor- tunities for women to speak up about their needs and to band together to solve problems that are social or political in nature? Does it help women to look at the many choices they must make today; and does it chal- lenge women to take responsi- bility for the quality of local, national and international life' As preparations were being made for the 1973 convention, the national organization re- minded its members of some of the guidelines in the final chapters of that book At that fame, the YW made implicit promises to help the joung women in Canada's fu- ture attain the top peak of their intellectual capacity and stir them to realize that Canada needs their active participation in its political life; to help them to see and accept their respon- sibility in the final and com- plete elimination of every sort of discrimination so that all men and women can walk to- gether in equality of opportun- ity, and to spur in the young women of Canada a profound desire to make an enduring spiritual impact on the world of their brae. THROUGH years of read- ing star-dusted love mag- azines, it becomes apparent to most teenage girls that get- ting engaged is a once-in-a- lifetime experience. An artist's glowing concep- tion of 'that night' includes soft candle light, tender mu- sic floating in the back- ground, a burst of fragrant flowers from a nearby gar- den, and shimmering eyes, in- tense over raised champagne glasses. He asks the magic ques- tion, she responds, and the summer evening is filled with stars twinkling, love birds gliding, and beautiful bells tinging in the distance. After harboring that roman- tic image for years, it's a real shock to realize engagements just don't happen that way Reality strikes each of us a smarting blow right about the time we stop grinning over a newly-acquired ring and start thinking back to how and where we received it An office poll can be en- lightening, and brings we fe- males together with the realization that we are sisters under our rings. When it comes to original engagement stories, the Her- ald staff can probably outdo them all Girl 1 picked her special ring out in a relative hurry because husband-to-be felt they were all pretty much the same and celebrated by taking an apartmentful of roommates out for lunch. Girl 2 received her sparkler in the back alley, after a day at work, where she was pre- sented with a paper bag which contained a box and a ring. Girl 3 found in a watch box which supposedly contained a broken watch, and joined the ranks of two others who got their rings in the living room in broad day- light. Another acquaintance found hers tied to a wine bottle Christmas Eve, which smacks slightly of romance; while a lonely country road in the late evening produced a diamond for someone else and an overseas parcel brought more than a letter for one more. My No. 1 friend accepted a proposal in her boyfriend's home in the bathroom. It happened to be the only room where the two of them could be alone and away from the prying eyes of younger broth- ers and sisters. Several office-mates dis- covered a ring in the car before, after or during an in- cidental date. Then there's the one who received her proposal while dog-sitting; and another who barged into her fella's house to retrieve a tennis raquet and got her ring over a bowl of chicken noodle soup, then left and had lunch with the girls Real live romance crept In- to the survey when one girl admitted to receiving her sur- prise diamond at a dinner date complete with soft lights and music. All told, it was decided that chivalry and gallant propo- sals are not chang- ing to suit the times. WeeWhimsy GIVE HIM A McCULLOCH FOR AND WE'LL GIVE Hlf AN EXTRA PRESENT WORTH MAC 10-1QA That extra present is a beautiful hard cover Complete Do-lt-Yourself Manual published by Reader's Digest. It's worth 50 but it's yours free when you buy any McCulloch Cham Saw. Whether he needs a saw for working the backyard or the back 40, we can put power m his hands. McCulloch power. McCulloch's gas powered chain saws start as lovt as for the Mini-Mac I with and manual oiler. Mini-Mac I "A" Automatic oiler, 12' blade 95 Mini-Mac 6 "A" Automatic oiler, Mac 10-10 "A" Automatic oiler, and 3.3 cu In of power foi the man with a bigger job to For the man who prefers the clean convenience of electric power, McCulloch's Mini-Mac Electric is only 95. MINI-MAC 1 r SfpHcn'on rece ves drawing for her WetWh rnsy Send yours TO this paper YOUR LOCAL MfCULlOCH CHAIN SAW DEALERS ARE: BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. AND MOTOR MOWER 913 3rd Ave. S., 817 3rd Ave. S., Lethbridge Noted feminist dies TORONTO (CP; Margaret Ellen MacLellan of Toronto, former national president of the Canadian Federation of Univer- sity Women, is dead following a lengthy illness Miss MacLeiian, a native of Dresden, Ont, and federation i president from 1961 to 1964, died Monday. She was a combines investigation officer for the fed- eral department of justice be- fore retiring in 1966. She also served as chairman of the provincial council of the Elizabeth Fry Societies of On- tario after helping to found a society branch in Ottawa The societies help rehabilitate women prisoners. When the royal commission on the status of women was ap- pointed in 1967, Miss MacLellan prepared a report called His- tory of the Status of Women in Canada for the Past Hundred Years, which was made avail- able to the public in book form after presentation to the com- mission. She came to Toronto in 1970 from Ottawa and became a spokesman for the National Ac- tion Committee on the Status of Women Miss MacLellan Is survived i by a sister, Mabel UndertilL Golden Mile Tuesday: Singing 10 a m Old time dancing 2pm Coming events: centre will entertain sen- ior citizens from Winnipeg on June 16 at a potluck luncheon at 12 noon. Members are asked to be present to greet the visi- tors and to also bring a favor- ite dish The singers will travel to the Ridgeview Senior Citizens' Lodge, Raymond, OH June 21. A bus will leave the centre at 1 p.m. Non-singing members are welcome. There will be no charge for the trip and mem- bers are asked to leave their name at the centre as soon as possible Notenorthj Members are asked to please pick up their tickets for the three-day trip to Fairmont Hot Springs as soon as possible The dates are June 18, 19 and 20 The centre is accepting names of senior citizens who would like minor repairs done to their homes. Please phone 327-5333 The community college and the centre will co-operate in the fall on several recreation pro- jects that will be of interest to members. Further details will be announced at a later date. JACKPOT BINGO THIS THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 7th Sponsored by Ladies' Aid of St. Peter and St. Paul's Church STARTS P.M. SHARP-PARISH HALL CORNER 12th STREET B AND 7th AVENUE NORTH Jackpot Starts at and it Won Every Thuriday 2nd Jackpot in 53 Numbers 5th-7 No. Jackpot o' Cold 25C PER CARD OR 5 FOR Sl.OO ALSO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZi Persons under 16 years not allowed Up To SPRING CLEARANCE SALE! At GENERAL PAINT WALLCOVERINGS Ready Pasted if Dry Strippables if Vinyls if Fabric Backs A wide selection of colourings and patterns. OFF g9'tt 4 Per Single Roll REGULAR RETAIL LOADS OF PARKING AT REAR OP GENERAL PAINT WALLCOVERINGS 1020 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-9221 or 328-9222 ;