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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Trucking manager prizes femininity EDMONTON (CP) - She's all for feminity, doesn't believe in women's lib, and discreetly disappears if the men she works with want to tell dirty jokes. All the same, she's no shrinking violet and will drive a truck in an emergency-"although not for two or three years now, and I've never driven anything larger than a one-ton truck." Judy-Lynne Schonert, 28, is a slim pretty brunette who looks slightly incongruous in her role as general manager and secretary-treasurer of GT Express Ltd., a city cartage firm. But it becomes apparent when she begins to talk about trucking that looks are deceiving. She has been elected to the board of directors of the Alberta Motor Transport Asso-c i a t i o n (AMTA)-The first woman to be so elected-and is convinced she gained the post on the basis of knowledge, not looks. "A lot of people who agreed to nominate me had never seen me. "I think they expected me to be 55, four feet high and three feet wide." UNPAID AT START Mrs. Schonert, mother of four, entered the trucking business about five years ago, when her husband Terry  started the firm. She says she started "as slave labor ... as one of those interfering wives" and that for the first three years she worked without salary. Her husband has been get-ing out of the trucking business gradually "and into real estate." "He comes in once in a while when I'm in a real bind," Mrs. Schonert said. She doesn't feel that her children-aged nine, seven, three, and 14 months-have suffered. "We have a housekeeper who comes in during the day, and my evenings are pretty well solely for the kids." "We're a closely-knit family," said Mrs. Schonert, adding that she and her husband "haven't much of a circle of friends-other than business associates." HAS FEW PROBLEMS She said she has little problem working as a woman in what is often regarded as a man's world. "I find guys will ask me subtle, leading questions to see if I. know what I'm talking about. But I'm used to that. "I've always been treated with respect. I've never run into trouble with them yet." Mrs. Schonert has little sympathy for women's lib. "I'm not about to go out and burn my brassiere. If I did, no one would know I'm a woman," she says with a wry smile. "I believe in feminity. I think we're the only express company in the city that doesn't hire women truck drivers." Mrs. Schonert said: ''We transport a lot of heavy, dirty stuff," adding that any time the firm used women to do man's work "it hasn't worked out." "I don't like to invade male territory," she said. "If the guys want to sit at the back of the lunch table and tell dirty jokes, I make myself scarce because that's their right." *$n and out of L Receiving guests for the OES home fund tea, Saturday from 2 to 5 p.m. in Southminster hall, will be Mrs. Irene McDougall, worthy grand matron; and Harold Gulliver, worthy grand patron of Alberta; Miss M. Gibson, PGM; Mr. B. Stretton, PGP; Mrs. C. Miron, PGM; Mrs. R. A. Lyck-man, and Mr. L. McDonald. Treasurers for the afternoon are Mrs. W. Shaver, Mr. C. Evans, Mrs. J. Talbot, Mrs. M. own McKay, Mrs. 0. Odney and Mrs. C. Miron. In charge of decorations are Mrs. K. Barlow and J. A. Nor-rie. � * � Mrs. A. G. Schroter will con vene the public reception to be held following the Sunday per formance by the Anne Campbell Singers and Teen Clefs. Mrs. R. Gerla, Mrs. C. Peter son and Mrs. P. A. Woolley will I be assisting. Friday, March 93, 1973 - THI LETHMIDOB HERALD - 15 win x9 THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "I'm taking our credit cards out for a little air ... See vou at dinner." O.E.S HOME FUND TEA SATURDAY, MAR. 24 from 2 to 5 p.m. SOUTHMINSTER. CHURCH HALL Proceeds in aid of the O.E.S. Homes Bake Table Everyone is Welcome CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HAIL-Cor. 13th St. and 6th Ave. N. FRIDAY, MARCH 23rd - 8:00 O'CLOCK 4th and 8th Games $30 in 7 NUMBERS-12th Game $40 5 CARDS FOR $1.00 OR 25c EACH BLACKOUT JACKPOT $130-53 NUMBERS LUCKY NAME DRAW WORTH $70 LUCKY NUMBER DRAW WORTH $3 Persons Under 16 Years Net Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASIL'S MEN'S ClUB A Concert by Young People . . Mental health association oes reorganization Spring wraparound The simple, uncluttered lines of the wrap-around coat are big news or* the spring fashion scene. Plaids and delicate pastels are popular, but Lethbridge model Gerry Herbuf pauses on the rear parking lot at Centre Village Mall to adjust the belt on her soft, sophisticated camel-hair, with its generous collar, flap pockets and banded Cuff trim. RICK ERV1N photos The Canadian Mental Health' Association, Southern Region, held its annual meeting this week, with a board of directors nominated for the coming term and Dennis O'Connell named president. Directors, listed in alphabetical order, are Mrs. Marilyn An-| derson, Terry Bland, Norman Cowie, Kenneth Elrose Max Gibb, James F. Gough, Mrs. L. K. Haney, Mrs. Lola-| mae Hooper, Robert Jacobson, Rev. Ken Jordan; Mrs. Laura KiUback, Mrs. | Lorene McCready, Dr. LeRoy McKenzie, Ivan Millar; Mrs. Clifford Palmer, Sister M. Clarissa, Sister Nora Sullivan; David Stockman, Mrs. June Tagg, and Mrs. Tosh Takeda. Preceding the meeting, a group of volunteer young people, the Zion League, were individually presented with commemorative awards for their service to the CMHA. Reports were received from several committees serving with the association, and the upcoming television program, | The Family, was discussed. Until recently, the local association has continued its work in the community and surround' ing area through funds made available by the United Appeal, and various fund raising projects conducted by its mem-I bers. A new development has been the withdrawal of the organization from United Appeal, and plans are being made to secure finances through projects 1 alone. health, who spoke on organizational changes within mental health associations. He said attempts were being made to make the best use of professional people in various fields, and to "mobilize manpower other than the medical." Dr. Helton explained that a push was being made to involve the family of the mentally ill, and to keep the patient in a home environment. He added that he hoped to see a time when the mentally ill would no longer be separat* ed from the physically ill a stigma which has been fought for a long time. Guidance clinics are also a hope for the future, he said, as well as day care centres and sheltered workshops. DENNIS O'CONNELL, ... president During the year, the mental health association realized a deficit of $534, considerably less than was expected, according to the treasurer's report. Guest speaker for the evening was Dr. Charles Hellon, provincial director of mental THE LADIES' AUXILIARY TO THE LETHBRIDGE FIRE FIGHTERS Draw was mad* on Feb. 24th at the INDOOR HOSE COUPLING COMPETITIONS Winners Were: MRS. MARY SIMPSON 429 12th St. N. $50.00 MR. GARRY WILL 401 Mayor Magrath Drive $25.00 Proceeds went to Muscular Dystrophy SEE THE AMAZING 4-WAY VORWERK The cleaner that will revolutionize house cleaning FAIRFIELD APPLIANCE SERVICES LTD. 1244 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-6070 Family life films for cablevision oriousbeer of Copenhagen Anne CampbeM Singers and Teen Clefs With Chamber G'oup, Margaret, Perry, Nancy and Suian Fo&ler Life is to Live, a series of 12 films designed to introduce viewers to some of the vital areas and issues of family life education and to serve as a stimulus for group discussion, begins Monday on Channel 2 Cablevision. The series, which lasts for six weeks, is sponsored by the Canadian Mental Health Association of Southern Alberta. The first of the half-hour films is entitled The Family and will be shown at both 4 p.m. and at 8 p.m., (All films will be shown twice on Mondays and Tuesdays - during the afternoon and evening). The Family, stresses the fact that the old ways of coping with family life problems are not always adequate to meet the demands of the pace of society today. Some new concepts of the family such as those proposed by Alving Toffler in his book Future Shock, are also con sidered. However, the key to the whole series is a positive approach to healthy living. The second film entitled The New Married Pair, which will be seen Tuesday, deals with the conflict between the Holly' wood version of marriage ver sus the real thing. It also deals with such problems as intimacy and anxiety, sexual adjustment, roles of husband and wife and the in teraction of family, parent, and friend. The 12 films follow the pattern of family life described by E. M. Duvall in her book Fam ily Development. It traces the family from its beginning where emphasis is placed on husband and wife learning to adapt to one another, to cope with children and problems of early education, teenagers, to the final development of the family when the children have left home and husband and Sat., March 24 and Sun., March ?5 Yates Memoral Centre - 7 30 p.m. Adul'i $2 Studenti %] Iickt'li Or. Sale al leltter't PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 $500 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. wife are left to spend their old age together. Hosts for the series, which is presented through the co-operation of Mount Royal College and the Family Life Education Council of Calgary, are Elaine Kinney, a social worker, and Wil Porat, a Calgary minister. Dr. LeRoy R. McKenzie of the University of Lethbridge introduces the series on behalf of the Alberta Mental Health Association Southern Region. calendar of local Lappet inqi Oddfellows, Rebekahs and friends are reminded of the card party to be held Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the Oddfellows Hall. Everyone welcome. * * * The final speaking contest for the United Nations Pilgrimage for Youth, sponsored by the Oddfellows and Rebekahs, will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. in the Oddfellows Hall. Everyone wel come to attend. * * * Southminster Circle Square Dance Club will hold a gradu ation party for the learners group Saturday at 8:30 p.m in Southminster hall. All square dancers welcome. Lunch will be a smorgasbord. Women are asked to please bring a favorite casserole, sal ad or dessert. Buns and pickles will be supplied. Grand march will be at 9:30. � *  Quota Club of Lethbridge will sponsor a rummage sale to be held Saturday at 9:30 a.m. at 303 5th St. S. * * * The General Stewart Branch of the Royal Canadian Legion will hold a general meeting and supper Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in the Memorial Hall. Initiations will take place for all new members, members who have not been initiated, and presentations of pins for members who have 25 years of service will be conducted by comrade R. C. (Bud) Bach, zone commander. All members are asked to attend this important meeting. Delegates to the provincial convention will be elected. AT REGULAR PRICES Now brewed in Alberta Carlsberghaslongbeentheworld'smost exported Lager beer. Nov/Carlsberg, this glorious beer of Copenhagen, is brewed right here in Alberta. And because it's now brewed here, you can enjoy Carlsberg at tegular prices. Carlsberg ... brewed with all the skill and tradition of Denmark to the taste of Canadian beer drinkers. 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