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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Wednjidov, May 10r 1977 roina IroJii Role dilemmas acquired in infancy Uy .ll'DE TLTiIC llc'ralil Stuff H'rilor "Tin1 b ;i h y doc'sn'l ncod mollH'riii.u' lu'i-nuso lie's an in- fruii. In1 need-- il liwausc lie M-ill Iv an iiiluk." .-iim! Joan ViK'kL'LL, al IL lecture illl'.l film picscnlalion al the l.olhbridgi' Family Smkr on Tuesday. Mrs. I'm'ki'li, family coun- sellor, oiil JiKiny pmms nn family living, an'l (ho circles formed amiinu' members of I he family onci1 parenthood ar- rivi's. She slresswl lhal the needs of a child niusl lx> mr-l during Uir infaiil scars, and if Ihr-y arc mil. I ho child be "ob- viously and irrevocably hamp- ered emolionnlly as an adull." Mrs. I'uc.kcU said Hint views on raising cliildren seem to have gone the "full circle." She said parents are now "trying Id respond lo the child's clock nol ihe '.rail dock." In Ihis Imlny's parents have, hecnme more permissive Uian (lie parents of years ago. Jlrs. t'uckeit spofee of (he role dilemmas and definitions which the >mmn child acquires during the early years. She said "Hie concepts he picks up arc flat, base dr.fini- achieved through watch- ing others around him. The child views relationships as "cellars which he builds his emu personal life on." She said that in adult life "we fall hack on parent roles, and use methods used on us. on our own children, even though we know they are not going to work." She said that many parenls lend to slip back into (his type of behavior because "there is nothing else to use as a model." j Often, the parenls rebel 'against was their up- bringing, and do the opposite. In this type of situation, they ''don't focus on (lie needs of I our (nit are looking at themselves and satisfying their own needs. "What is good for us is good for said Mrs. Pucketl, is the attitude taken. She said that what was need cd was to realize "what's good for this child in this century." [is important, not "me gnnving up all over afiain." I Mrs. Puckelf spoke of the [changing role of the mother as j a parent in today's world. I "There are crucial problems for she said, "and the question is, is a female woman if she is not a She commented on the changing rule of parenthood, whore the mother is no longer continuing in that role for (lie ler.tuh of her lifetime. "Who deserves the primary loyalty." asked Mrs. Puckelf, "the child, the male, or her- "The mollier is more separ- i ated from (he children, and has fewer lo raise.'' she said. "The alternatives are becom- i ing the typical meddling movie I mother in law. sit at home depiesscd, or becoming an- other kind of self." She said thai "a woman to- day can'! make it if parent- is Ihe sum total of her life. She cannot find role defi- j mlion as a mother. 11 is loo uaroow, too short and loo limi- ted. "She must ask, what am as a person, urn as a woman, nol a female, but a human be- ing The next program will be held on Tuesday al 8 p.m. in the Red Cross Building. 1120 Tib Ave. S.. and will deal with one-way conversations. FEW QUALIFY MONTREAL (CP) The M o n L r e a 1 Catholic school board's consultants on teaching i a second language say teachers I of a second language, cither i French or English, should teach only their mother tongue unless they are totally bilingual. Onlj- five per cent of 572 instructors teaching English in French ele- menlary schools were found to be qualified, compared with 23.G i per cent of French teachers in English schools. SIMPSONS-SEARS The age of elegance Elegance ir. 3 like you. confident of knowing what bosl suits you. Knowing Ihc difference between chic and faddish. And, knowing lhat a capless wig fashioned of easy-cnre Dynnl is probably Iho most important beauty accessory you can own. Whether you're going down South, cr !o Iho Ihealrc, your Dynel wig will never let you down. Seen here, 2 beautiful "accessories" from the (amous Eva Gabor collection. Al Simpsons-Sears you'll (ind these and other beautiful fashion wins. And our Win, Con- sultants will be happy to help and advise you in choosing a style that's yours alone. Come, be a part of the age of elegance. win.. curly r tones ..........S.TS Wenr as n or ns n chignon S20 Give Mother her vnry own Win Gift Corlific.'il" ,Shn .'.nlfc! Ihr; Ir h.on lhat she loves hnEt. Wig Boutiquo Dr.oartrr.rnl. Qualify Costs iMoiv ;il Simpsons-Sonrs STORE HOURS Op.n Dnily 9 n nv p.m nnn Frlrltlv P y. French supersonic airliner. She described the flight os "sensational, brilliant and fascinating." Her husband. Lord Snowdon, accompanied her on the flight. (AP Wirepholo) PRINCESS AT THE CONTROLS Princess Moroorel sils al tha controls of the Concorde Pro 2 in Fairford, England, following n 90-minule flight over ihs Bay ct Biscay yesterday in the British prototype of Ihe Anglo- Bureaucracy in France Jn MJ Of causes great frustration toim By nEVEHLEY HDAIIir MARSEILLE (CP) Be- hind a partition in Hie annex lo the Palais dc Justice, two clerks shuffled a stack of doc- uments with the mixture of officiousness and utler bore- dom one is templed Lo consi- der typical of the lower levels of French officialdom. At my Ibird timid cough inlo Ihe partition, the ear be- hind twilched and ils owner, cvidonlly annoyed at the dis- turbance, stared in my direc- lion. Considerably intimidated 1 managed only to slammer a request for directions to the washroom and fled. That was my introduction lo the Kafka-esque nightmare of French bureaucracy. A week later I found the courage lo return and complete the busi- ness f had hoped lo do the week before. I needed a national idcnlily card, a document which a French I had be- come a French cilizen upon my supposed lo have on his person at all times. Obtaining this card was to be one of the least compli- cated of my entanglements with local red tape: If I re- member correctly, the only supporting documents I needed fo produce were a cer- lificate of French citizenship, delivered at the courthouse, a proof of residence in the form of an electricity or gas receipt and our livrct de famille, a booklet in which each French family keeps an official record of births, deaths and marriages. TOOK MANY MONTHS To obLain a certificate of French citizenship, f needed a copy of our marriage certifi- cate issued by the French consulate in Montreal. Upon application lo Montreal, we were informed that all such documents now were being filed in France. We wrote lo the indicated address and received Ihe copy. I discovered that possessing o French passport is no proof of French citizenship. I slill don't know why. but I have learned never to ask questions which may irnlale official clerks. f consider myself forlunate to have obtained my national identity card aller four visils lo the courthouse, three visits lo the local police stalion and a wail of several months. Meanwhile I was learning. When registration opened at the Faculty of Letters al nearby I sent my sister in my place on the pretext that she lived in Aix and I had to (ravel 15 miles. I also promised to take her skiing during the winter. The only Ihing she balked at was signing my name in the university register, the final formality before one is issued a student card, so one morn- ing I found myself al Aix at Ihe end of a line of students wailing to sign. WhEil. an hour later. I reached the head of Ihe line, the secretary glanced through my papers, then asked suspi- ciously whether I had a carle de sejour, a visa issued by Ihe police authorizing foreign stu- dents fo stay in France. The Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens Organization, affiliated with Ihe Provincial and National Pensioners and Senior Citizens Organization, son MLA and Mrs. Anderson, and Mr. and Jlrs, A. A. Ncddow. Fort Macleod; Mrs. Al finddard. national secretary. Mr K .1. IJemnle. will hold an annual banquet on pl.ovinciil{ Mr. am Wednesday, May 17 at Ml-s. c Mr. am Ip.m in Glen's Den, El Raiiclio Kcstauranl. Guests will cattienKnckea. partmcnt of ;ind Sociaj include Mayor j Development H A, n and Mrs. Deane Gunolock, MP, I Mr. R. D. Gruenwald MLA and Mrs. Gruenwald. Mr. J. Andcr- Sir. and Mrs. rtex Johnson, Lioas Club. Mr. Doug Card and Mr. W. Skclton. C.IOC Radio and Miss Turic, Lclh- bridge Herald. I Mr. Landeryou, honor a r y member v.ill be chairman for the evening Transportation will be ar- ranged for those who require it. Members must pick up their banquet tickets by Saturday and the secretary will be in I Centre Village Mall all Satur- day afternoon se that every meinber can get a ticket. Members will be requested to show their membership cards at the banquet door. For further information phone the secretary at .127-3264. being together in joy and in sor- rotf. BRENDA'S BEAUTIQLIE BEAUTY SHOP 922-5 Avc. N. Phone 328-736S GIVES ADVICE CAPE TOWN (AP) Singer Earlha Kill, on a visit here, told heart surgeon Chrisliaan Bar- nard: "Smoking is no good for you. You should not smoke if 3 ou Lake out people's hearts." BINGO MOOSE HALL 1234 3rd AVENUE NORTH WEDNESDAY al P.M. Jackpof 5125 in 5B Numbers 12 Camtt in 7 Humbert 4lh BIh Doubled in 7 Numbert 5 Cards 2 FREE GAMES FREE CARDS DOOR PRIZE NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 SPONSORED BY THE LOYAl ORDER OF MOOSE FASHION SCOOP! Just arrived at Camm's! 17-INCH HI STYLE FASHION BOOTS WITH THE BIG CITY LOOK! Cl-.ooip from thr following colon in Dcldi Suede. lnck Crffdo Dnrk Nnvy 9 Wnshntl Onion SiiOJ 6 lo 10 SOR them now nt CAMM'S SHOES 103 5th Street S. Phone 327-3050 WOMEN OF THE MOOSE RAFFLE WINNERS lit. friii Winner of Sloli MRS. BETTY MARSHALL 2013 -20lh Soulh 2nd Prize Winner of Bouquet of MRS. IVOR WESTER 334 Rideau Court 3rd Prize Winner of Candy MARNIE HOPWOOD S14 I2lh Sired South I TO MOTHER. ;v V-'-i- to -f.t. Pant Suits Blouiet and Slacks Pursci and Scarves 5 kin i and Conta nnd 4 Many more gift ideas We Gift Wrap Free of Chorrje! A Once-A-Ycar Oppoitunity PHANTOM HOSIERY SALE Caniinucs to May 13 A great serving of Savfl Pven morn if you buy in (TMJ It i plot of 3 pair PRIMROSE SHOP "FASHION WITH A HAIS" 313 6lh St. S. Pliono 327-2244 OPEN THURSDAY ond FRIDAY UNTIL 9 P.M. ;