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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IFIH5RIDGE HERALD 1hundny, March 16, 1972 I V Just Jude By JUDE TURIC Herald Staff Wnler Even if it is a rainy day. or if there is better to do. or if you'd like to pass Hie time till supper rolls let anybody read between the curly cues of your handwriting. He'll probably tell you you're an egotist. Not that this type of information spoils your quite the contrary. It only serves to balloon youi egotism and it becomes increasingly difficult to get down from the ego trip you are already on. Other deep dark secrets which you are trying to hide, are often revealed through your unfaithful hands and traitorous pen. it might be revealed you are prone to being secretive, or you tend to pessimism, and even in- stability concerning your future. Naturally, the good side is" always the best and stays in your memon much longer than those probably-not-true-anywa) nasty-isms. The one thing which might lead to an upsetting scene later on, is to be told you have an underlying fear of driving, and of cars. Now this really needn't be as unnerving as it was, except for the fact Mac (a friend way back from iittle school) and I are planning to travel to Windsor this summer. Not only do we have plans of driving down from the wonderful west and right into the glorious east, but we are going to do it in a Toyota. At this point. 1 must add, no one around here has faith in small cars. When, as the occasion lias arisen, we mention our plans to others, they are all in favor. Responding to the question, how are you going? brings on: 1) a pale complexion 2) a smirk 3) an outright laugh 4) you're kidding! Mac and I have laith in our little cars. We have built up our confidence and our will power, and shall not be dissuaded from choice of transport. We will take one (the choice being made with the flip of a coin) and will follow the mapped out route of many before us to the shores of Lake Erie. As sure of our vehicles as we are, we do admit to one great fault. The thought of freeways leaves us cold. Their existence was brought to our attention some days ago when a person ventured to say, "have you thought about to which Mac promptly replied saying, "is that like Scenic Following several lengthy dissertations on the perils of freeway travel, including the hazards of trying to manoeuvre a "car like you've got" at ter- rifying speeds, we have managed to overcome this unforeseen problem with all the wit and intelligence we could muster. Our journey will extend to a small town outside of Detroit, and a safe distance from the entangling arms of the freeway demon. A simple phone call for help will result in having Mac's father arrive on the spot to escort us, and the car, onto the freeway and destination Windsor. Besides having ironed out all of these minute details, we have also decided our first day of travel will take us to Thunder Bay, Ontario, quite easily. After ail, it's only nina inches from Lethbridge on the map. ST. PATRICK'S SMORGASBORD Sar., March 18th, 5-7 p.m. St. Patrick's Church Hall Adults Children (6-14) Pre-Schoolers Free Raffle draw for Needlepoint Handbag will bft made JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday Evening, March 16th Sponsored by Ladies' Aid of SI. Peter ond St. Paul'i Church STARTS P.M. SHARP-PARISH HALL CORNER 12lh STREET B AND 7th AVENUE NORTH Jackpot Starts ot and is Won Every Thursday No. Jackpot Pot o' Gold 25t PER CARD OR 5 FOR Sl.OO ALSO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZE Persons under 16 years not allowed SS TT 'I I' v i j l! THiXOff x 'J INVITATION TO THE MAYOR-A group of Champion residents stormed city hall Tuesday and inviled Mayor Andy Anderson lo the unveilfng and; dedication of Ihe ClevervINe Champion History Book March 2'1. Champion is Mayor Anderson's home town. The festivities for Ihe 700-page book dedication will begin at 6 p.m. in the champion community hall. All former Champion residents now living in Lethbridge are welcome. ca lei'ulai' f local lappeiunal an d out town Worthy matrons of the Order of tlia Eastern Star from south- ern Albcrla who have been invited to share pouring honors during the Home Fluid The Lethbridge 01 (I time nonors mrmg me uome r im Dance Club will hold a dance Tca lo Saturday, at Saturday at p.m. in As- Sou hmmster Hall an _ _ Mi-c f ITm-ric f sumption School. 2-1 St. and 1-1 Ave. S. Everyone bring a neighbor or friend. The Anne Campbell Singers wilt hold a praclice Saturday, March 18 and 25. at p.m. in Southmin.ster Church. Mrs. C, lle.rris, Champion, Mrs. J. Conquergcod, Bow Is land; MJ-S. J. Olson. Vatixhall; Miss W. Rouleau, Milk River; Mrs A. OMfield, Vulcan; Mrs. E Mason, Fort Macleod. matrons of the Le'.h bridge Chapters also pouring the afternoon are -Mrs J. Maxwell, Mr.v I) R IODU, founder's tea will be Cars-n. Mrs Vcra McDonald held from 2-5 p.m. on faiur- j R. n. Thornton, Mrs. C day, March 25, in the Oldtim-! K. Diller and Mr.-. T. Morris, ers Pcmmican Club Rooms, Thosc SDrving thc arp Senior Citizens Centre Xcxt Wefk: Monday: Keep fit, a.rp Tuesday: Staging, a.m.; Whist drive, p.m. Thursday: Singing a.m Friday: HousOTarmittg par- ty, 8 p.m. Lunch, slides, dance. All welcome. Saturday: Open from 1-5 p m Coming Events: Pool and Ehufflcboard tourna meats will start Tuesday, Apri' 4. Members only. A rummage sale will be held Saturday, April 22 at 10 a.m. Clothing do nations would he welcome. corner 9 St. and 5 Ave. S. Pensioners and Senior Citi- Mesdai.-.es D. Parries, H. G. Koulton, J. E. Woody Ncety, E A. Rislcr; Turner, R. A. Ankill, P. zens Indies Auxiliary, affiliated with the Provincial and Nation- j 53. Alexander, M. E. Haynes, P al Pensioners and Senior Citi- j jxrwko; zens Organization, will meet n A' Ni j Pelham j trid ay at 2 p.m in gym 2 cf p j Pistasvka D. Fcl. thc Cme Sports Centre. Bingo [nv.s." will follow the meeting. Tea R. Ainscough hostesses arranged. All members and friends welcome. The OES v. ill hold the South- era Home fund tea Saturday, g McMahon. R. Hughes, W. Jacobsou, M. Grant; S. Wisharl, S. Collier, J. McCiilley, L. Larcombe, Miss March Iti from 2-5 p.m. in Soutfominster church hall. Lau- rel Chapter No. 43 and Maple Leaf Chapter No. 7 will jointly look after catering arrange- ments. Rose Chapter No. 101, Picture Butte are in charge of the hake table. Co-convenors of this annual event are Mrs. A. S. and Mrs. R. A. Sales. Council of Home and School Associations will Kuchcn helpers will be Mes dames J. W. Maxwell, D. R. Carse, J. K. Graham, A. dim- ming, L. C. Tcth; Dorothy Jolmson, N. Gilles pie, K. Branch, W. C. Everson, Vcra McDonald; Jean Tennant, Lucy De Vrics, G. P. Talbot, A. G. Eccles, C. G. Orton; M. I. Peterson, P. Story, R. M. Purdy, M. N. Wray, D. Ihe i Turner; monthly meeling H. .Malson, J. While, K. March 27 at p.m. in Georgo McKillop School. Mrs. J. Boychuk, Gilbert Patcrson Association and Mrs. L. Care- foot, Lakcview Association, del- egates to Ihe Annual Conven- tion of Home and School Asso- ciations, will present their re- ports. Barlow, W. C, Jordon, and Miss B. Tiffin. Treasurers for the event will be Mesdames D Sorcnson, E. Anderson, K. Robertson, W. Shaver, If. Hatt, and A. Miron. Decorating duties will be un- dertaken by Mrs. Jacobson and Mrs. W, J. Richards. See the NEWEST SHOE STYLES ALL THE VIBRANT SPRING COLORS AND STYLES AWAIT YOU AT GREEN'S SHOES ON SIXTH STREET SOUTH ABRIDGE tlONPA BUDDHiST CHURCH Chow Mem Supper and Bazaar Would like 1o lhank all the who contnbuled lo the bazaar and supper by way of help or donations also to the public who made is such a success. RAFFLE WINNERS 1st PRIZE Rug Mr. I. 1E32 12lh Ave. N., lelhbridge, Alia. 2ND PRIZE Cocty Johnson Box 101. Alia. 3rd PRIZE K. Kotkas 2418 20th Ave. S., lethbridge, Alto. NEXT MONTH, 105 Still smiling and hoppy to be going home following major surgery at Sr. Michael's Hospital, is 104 year-old Mr. George Szpendyk. Mr. Szpendyk was born in Hajkowka, Russia, of Polish anJ Ukrainian descent and has lived in Raymond for the past 22 years with his wife Maria, 84. Mr. Szpendyk has two daughters, two sons, I wo stepchildren in the Ukraine, 23 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren. Wishing him well as he leaves are student nurses, Alma Pelletier, left, and Linda Najda, Faulds Phofo ivin for woman teacher (CP) fa's women teachers don't face discrimination in terms of sal- ary or pension that doesn't mean they have equal oppoilimily with male teachers for advancement, says Mary Nixon. "Figures indicate that in Alberta between September, 1058, and June, 1971, the desig- nation of principal or vice-prin- cipal was held by less than four per cent of the female leaching force she wrote in the February issue of the Alberta Teachers' Association m a g a- zinc. "And tliis is a province where women make np CO per cent o! the teaching she added. Mrs. Ntxon, currently working toward her master's degree in educational administration, said there is no evidence to suggest women a re overt ly d iscrimi- nated against when they seek school administrative appoint ments. "Equally, there is no evidence that either the Alberta Teach- ers' Association or the school boards are doing very much to encourage women to apply for such FEW APPLY Numbers oi women in admin- istrative positions in the prov- ince have declired in th: 10 years, she writes. In 1901-62. women held 5.5 per cent ot school administrative positions, but by 1970-71, this figun dropped lo 3.6 per cent. Mrs. Kixon found that re- search info applications from males and females for such ap- pointments in Edmonton showed that, (tithough few women ap- plied, the of .successful applications wore higher for women than men. 'Women teachers have (hem- selves partly to bis me for the small percentage of school ad- ministrative appointments they hold in Die province. Very few women appear to apply for these appointments." The reasons women teachers were relucts nt to apply wer e mainly the "traditional atti- tudes." Even in choosing teach- ing as a profession, many 1609 9lh Aje. S, or v 635 5IK Av _____ tllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllU1 BEST-0-MSLK (LETHBRIDGE) Presents Eost-o-Milk Milk Sensation O POWDERED CREAM SUBSTITUTE SKIM MILK POWDER 2% MILK POWDER CHOCOLATE MILK POWDER INQUIRIES PLEASE PHONE LETKBRIDGE OFFICE 328-7114 RES. 32C-7505 COALDALE 345-3471 THIS WEEK FREE LABOR On All DRAPERY ORDERS BRING IN YOUR OWN MEASUREMENTS women might have been fcclcd by lliose altitudes. "Having chosen a "suitable" career, they are accepting that their chances of promotion are limited and have Uttlc wish to widen their sphere of educa- tional influence beyond tho classrocm.11 BESET GUILT Married women teachers also were beset by traditional atti- tudes, called for them to hold a job yet fulfil a full-time homemaker role as well. They might further be drained if there children and few working molhers were immune lo feelings of guilt that they not meeting the traditional uximan's role in the home. It also was traditionally ac- cepted by society that a wife's job most not be as "important" as her husband's, so she might not apply for positions "for the sake of family harmony." "It must be added that many women teachers probably do be- lieve that school boards prefer to appoint nvjn to school admin- istrative prGit.ions. This belief undoubtedly c o n t r ibutes to women teachers1 reluctance to apply." Mrs. Nixon said women them- selves must ombat the leth- argy engendered by these tradi- tional atiludes. As well, female administrators must encourags women teachers with leadership potential to seek jobs. BINGO Scandinavian Hall 229 12th SI. "C" N. hi, Mar. 17 Starts at p.m. Doors Open p.m. 5 Cards for 1.00 4th, Slh and 12th Gamei in 7 WORTH En 54 Donation to Easier SB alt Sorry No One Under 16 Yean of Allowed 426 13lh St. N. Phone 328-4536 JEN'S UNIFORM CENTRE SPRING SALE All uniforms white colored 50% OFF White Sister La Cross White Crews Uniforms Registered JEN'S UNIFORM CENTRE 404 Slh ST. S. (UPSTAIRS) PHONE 328-3631 OF PIANOS AND ORGANS Discounts of to ACADIAN HERITAGE SCANDIA ELGIN Prices effecriva till March 30th Reg. SALE Benches Included HAMMOND ORGANS Model LI 12 Hammond Chord Hammond X77 Leslie Tone Cabinet Model 122 Reg. SALE S895 S8795 S7200 S845 YOUR KEY TO MUSICAl HAPPINESS 7lh St. S. Phone 328-2663 ;