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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta If - THI LETHBRIDGE HERALD - Wednesday, March 3, 1971 University serves community U of L head tells Alta. WI By MARILYN ANDERSON Herald Family Editor Intolerance, even arrogance Is evident in many of today's university campuses, Dr. Sam Smith, president of the University of Lethbridge, told the 100 women attending the 50th District 4 Alberta Women's Institute conference Tuesday. Dr. Smith in referring to a six-month sabbatical he spent in 1970 during which he visited 25 universities in countries around the world, said arrogance was a disease to bp guarded against. "I wish I could say that arrogance was restricted to the unlightened outside of the university, but it is not the case. Beta Sigma Phi fashion show March 16, 17 Trend - setters, '71- the annual fashion show sponsored by Beta Sigma Phi sorority, will be held March 16 and 17 in the Yates Theatre at 8 p.m. Co - conveners for the two-day event are Mrs. Joan Erd-mann and Mrs. Pat Hooper. Commentators will be Maxim Higgins and Reno Lizzi. Organ music is to be provided by Bert Walton. Entertainment will be the scholarship winners awarded m the Lethbridge Music Festival, by the sorority. Tickets are now on sale by sorority members. SUNSHINE TEA The Women's Auxiliary to the Lethbridge Auxiliary Hospital will hold a Sunshine Bag Tea, April 28. All proceeds will be used for the comfort and care of the patients. It is often in its most hideous form on campus," he said. He said there have always been the haves and have-nots, the long-hairs and the no-hairs, but there is a new viciousness in opposing philosophies. "The right of men to disagree without dishonor has disappeared." People would destroy those who disagree with them. The theme of the WI conference, World at your Door, was used by Dr. Smith to illustrate the need for awareness of the risk of incipient arrogance. Quoting from author Lionel Rubinoff, Dr. Smith said that it is a peculiar characteristic of Canadian federalism that no occult commitment such as "the Canadian way," or "the Canadian dream" has arisen. "Canadians are not driven by neurotic needs to find their identity." Canadians are therefore more free to find, discover, reject and experiment. A form of arrogance to be avoided was the narrow, self-destructive provincialism. Examining arrogance oh the university campus Dr. Smith said the university must reach into the community and adopt continuing education as the overriding educational scheme, not as a preipheral venture. "It's high time that universities, such as the University of Lethbridge began to concern itself with programs which are useful to existing society." He said programs are needed which are practically oriented and which have immediate, social usefulness. "We need to educate the bill payers. "I am not impressed by those who say it is not our role, or that it is demeaning to redesign our program. Suggestions of possible reform for universities included the intensive experience of reality testing "we're getting too big for our britches", and facing the reality that unchallenged acceptance of the university was changing. "It's so much fun to be the saviour of the world," he said. Dr. Smith touched on the Alberta WI brief which was submitted to the Worth Commission on education. He said he enthusiastically endorsed tha recommendation that additional universities be constructed rather than enlarging upon present facilities. Those present at the conference could "put the heat on" universities for reforms, he suggested. "See that institutes of higher learning include international perspective in its programs. "If we in our ivory towers hear from you often enough wc are going to do something. Organizational inertia is a terrible thing. I urge you to attack us. our phony assumptions and our faults." Wl conference concludes Directors' reports, constituency reports and financial statements comprised the first of the two-day conference of the District 4 Alberta Women's Institute meeting at the Park Plaza Motor Hotel. Nearly 100 members from BINGO - MOOSE HALL 1234 3rd AVENUE NORTH - WEDNESDAY at 8:00 P.M. Jackpot $125 in 56 Number* - $25 in 7 Numbers 4th  8th - 12 Garnet Doubted in 7 Numbers - 5 Cardt $1.00 2 FREE GAMES - FREE CARDS - DOOR PRIZE NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 SPONSORED BY THE LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE Warner, Little Bow, Taber and Medicine Hat, and Lethbridge heard addresses from Mrs. J. T. Morrisroe, Alberta WI vice-president, of Red Deer and Mrs. C. L. Alexander, provincial president of Cayley. Mrs. Iris Mossey was featured speaker for the banquet held last night. Constituency reports continued today under the chairmanship of Mrs. Ruby Holland, district director. The report of the nominating committee concluded the day's official business. Wootcv Hi 5? HAVE YOUR WIG LOOKING IT'S BEST WITH A PROFESSIONAL LOOKING STYLE! BRING YOUR WIG OR HAIRPIECE IN AND LET ONE OF OUR WIG CONSULTANTS CREATE A NATURAL LOOKING STYLE WITH AN EXPERTLY DONE COMB-OUT! WIG CUTS WIG COMBOUTS HAIRPIECE COMBOUTS 2.50 50TH ANNIVERSARY - On hand to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the District 4 Alberta Women's Institute conference were two of the provincial executive. Mrs. J. Morrisroe, of Red Deer, provincial vice-president, left and Mrs. C. L. Alexander, Cayley, provincial president, right, pose with Mrs. Ruby Holland, District 4 Director, for the cutting of the cake commemorating the 50th conference at the banquet held Tuesday. Day care centre program has support of Sask. nurses REGINA (CP) - A national program to provide day care centres as recommended by the royal commission on the status of women should be established i m m e diately, the Saska t c h e w a n Registered Nurses' Association said here. The association, representing more than 6,000 nurses in the province, urged immediate action on day care centres in a letter to Prime Minister Tru-deau. The request was also forwarded to the 13 members of Calendar local La, \ppenina& The executive meeting of the First United UCW wUl be held in the Ladies Parlor Thursday at 7:30 p.m. * *  The Lethbridge Old Time Dance Club will be holding another of their fox-trot, circle two steps, etc., type of dances on Saturday, at the Assump- love is 3-3 . . . meeting in Hawaii for R & R. tion School, 24 St. and 14 Ave. S., at 8:30 p.m. Everyone welcome. * *  The Lakeview home and school will hold a general meeting Wednesday at 8 p.m. A panel discussion on discipline in the schools will be held. Everyone welcome. * *  LA to ANAF will hold an executive meeting in the boardroom, Thursday at 9 p.m. * *  Ladies Aid to St. Peter's and St. Paul's Greek Catholic Church will hold its regular meeting Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the parish hall. Hostesses will be Mrs. Frank^ Peta and Mrs. Walter Ptycia. * * * St. Patrick's CWL will hold its regular meeting Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the rectory meeting room. Following the meeting, a panel discussion will be held on the topic of Abortion. AH members and interested persons are invited to attend. �  � Southminster UCW will hold its regular business meeting Thursday at 2 p.m. Important business is to be discussed, so a good turnout has been requested. FINAL 3 DAYS OF GREEN'S ANNUAL SHOE SALE WOMEN'S AND TEENERS' SHOES Good Selection of Sizes and Colors PAIR .99 3 " GREEN'S ��-> ON SIXTH STREET SOUTH parlia m e n t from Saskatchewan, the association said in a news release. The nurses also asked that "a minister of the cabinet be named to consider the report" on the status of women and assign the responsibility for legislative action to the appropriate g o v e rnment departments. Home economists fmust be counted? "We, as a profession haven't taken a stand on current important issues such as the Royal Commission on the Status of Women, pollution, etc.," stated Mrs. Mona Cox, last night at a meeting of the Lethbridge Home Economists Association. She told the members that the organization has to start to take definite stands on pertinent matters. "We must stand up and be counted." Mrs. Cox, who was in Lethbridge for a two day visit, is the associate, head of the home economics extension department, Alberta Department of Agriculture, and also public relations officer for the Edmonton Home Economists Association. Mrs. Cox spoke on the subject, how home economists can relate to their community today, and explained how the Edmonton branch of the Association was endeavoring to become an integral part of the community. Some areas in which the home economists are beginning to become active in are: television and radio spot commercials to correct any misleading statements or claims made by "food faddists", university curricula, day care centres and their menus, senior citizens homes and their menus, local politics, drug information, homes for unwed mothers, end programs involving the many Indian reservations around Edmonton. The Indian program included one in which natives moving to the city of Edmonton would receive aid, and information to help them integrate into the city society. Another program which the Edmonton association has become involved with is working with former patients or patients soon to be released from mental institutions. The individual association member would work personally with each person and help to re-acquaint them with society. They would act as a liaison between societies. Mrs. Cox stated mat home economists must reply to the challenges which are now being made to them by differ* ent members of the community. "We must become a vital working part of the community or we will be classed with other non - professional groups. We must remember that we are professionals." ski weekend The Lethbridge YMCA is now accepting registration for another ski-weekend excursion to be held March 19, 20 and 21. This trip will be to Big Mountain Ski Resort in Whitefish, Montana. All ski excursions are being co-ordinated by Dieter Gerngross, Family Y health club director, and ski club coordinator. The weekend is open to the public, but Ken Spence, of the Family Y stressed that registration, and deposit of the fee should be made early in order to assure accommodations. A weekend excursion to Fer-nie was made recently, and, says Ken Spence, "it was an overwhelming success." Take Off Fat With Home Recipe Plan It's simple how quickly one may lose pounds of unsightly fat right in your own home. Make this home recipe yourself. It's easy, no trouble at all and costs little. Just go to your drugstore and ask for Naran. Pour this into a pint bottle and add enough grapefruit juice to fill the bottle. Take two tablespoonsful twice a day as needed and follow the Naran Reducing Plan. If your first purchase does not �how you a simple easy way to lose bulky fat. and helo regain slender more graceful curves; ff reducible pounds and inches of excess fat don't disappear from neck, chin, arms, abdomen, hips, calves and ankles just return the empty bottle for your money back. Follow this easy way endorsed by many who have tried this plan and help bring back alluring curves and graceful slenderness. Note how quickly bloat disappears-how much . better you feel. More alive, youthful appearing and active. An Incredible Special Purchase! Pant Suits All New Spring Styles From A Famous Maker... ^% Sensationally Priced! Get the "IN" look now, at a saving, with your favorite Pant Suit. Choose from Crimp Knit, Crepes, Silk Knits all in new spring shades. 9 styles to choose from in Sizes 7 to 15. Reg. $36.00 to $40.00 Haninsworth's  DOWNTOWN 320 6th St. S.  COLLEGE MALL ;