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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Love is. Writing a poem-for mother on her own day, just to let her know she is someone special. These verses were written by Lethbridge grade school students whose names have been deliberately withheld because, Mom, they put into words what your own children would like to say to you on Mother's Day. Soturdoy, May 12, 1973 THE ISTHBRIOGE HERAtD calendar of weal kapp The Ellen Denoon Unit of Southminster United Church will hold the annual coffee party 9 to a.m. Wednes- day. Mesdames E. C. Miller, H. Chester and J. F. Johnson will be in charge of home-sewn gifts. The home baking table will be convened by Mrs. M. Kitchen, assisted by Mesdames S. Ellis and E. G. Hunter. Everyone is cordially invited to attend. The Southminster Junior Girls' Choir will sing their Al- berta Provincial Festival songs at Sunday service at 11 a.m. in Southminster United Church. Girls are asked to wear their rainbow dresses and be at the church at Songs are Little Lamb by Mary Cald- well, clarinetist. Paddy O'Con- nel; Lollipop by Prokofiev, ju-! Auxiliary' will meet Monday at nior choir accompanist. Paddy Skelton; Wonderous Love by Page, sung by choir; Now on Land and Sea Descending by Handel, solo by Ray Johnson accompanied by Elaine Gas- zler. pany auditorium. For further i the door. All proceeds to information please contact 328-1 band uniform fund Please at- tend and support these young musicians. The Rosalia House Society will hold an annual meeting Monday at 8 p.m. in the Bow- man Art Centre. All interested persons welcome. 9357. The regular meeting of the Major Burnett Pass Noble Grands Club will be held Tues- day at 2-30 p.m. in the IOOF. Hall. Visiting grands welcome. I The Music and Arts depart- i ment of the Mathesis Club will i __ r meet Tuesday at p m at! the the home of Mrs. H. A. Hunter, No. 32. Order of ths 1603 20th St. S. i Purple will meet Mon- I day at 8 p.m. The regular meeitng of the Lethbridge Auxiliary to Shrine j Hospitals for Crippled Children will be held Tuesday at 2.30 p.m. at the home of Mrs Leb Sorenson, 2303 6th Ave S. All' Shriners wives welcome. V St. Michael's Hospital Ladies' The WA of the Lethbridge 1 Auxiliary Hospital will meet in the hospital lounge this coming Monday at 2 p m. Members are asked to note the change date. Mom's special treat Piactice makes perfect and with a little bit of help, mother just might receive breakfast in bed tomorrow morning without having a tray tipped in her lap. Re- hearsing for the big day are nine-year-old Nadine, helping her mom on with the slippers, ond little sister Marie, 5, trying her hand at the breakfast tray. Lucky mom in the middle is Mrs. Ida Nelson of Raymo nd. Manitoba government hires woman as fire patrol pilot School children visit Parliament OTTAWA (CP1 Almost every day the House of Com- mons meets, the public galler- ies are filled with school chil- dren, brought by their teachers i from near and far to see Cana-1 dian democracy in action. When the bell sounds for the j daily opening, long queues of them wait for the gallery doors to open. Most stay only for the 40-rninute question pe- riod that usually provides the most interesting exchanges of the day. Reaction of the children to their first glimpse of Parlia- ment ranges from a definite "interesting" to an equally def- inite "boring.'' Of more than two chil- dren asked at random, about half thought the question peri- od was interesting but the star attraction was the sight of Prime Minister Trudeau. "I like his said one 12-jear-okJ girl. "I think he's gccd." "I liked it when Trudeau an- swered said a boy from Shawville, Que. SOME LIKE STANFIELD Some of the children gave Op-osition Leader Robert Stan- fie d hi.-h marks for his per- fi. ir.uncc. "Stanl'ield has more PSSUT- snce rm his 12- year-old boy, whs thought the prime minister's performance in the question peruxi was weak. "Some of the they asked him, he couldn't answer them that' he said. One 13-year-old from Moncton, N.B., described the question period "as a time when Trudeau finds out who are his friends and enemies.1' For most of the children, ranging in age from cine to 13, it was their tune seeing the Commons in session. One girl was a little disap- pointed that there wasn't more action. "The way I heard 51 there was too much arguing back and she said. A group of Manitoba school children recently wiote letters complaining about the actions of legislators after class visited the provincial legislature in Wurupeg.' But most of the children vis- iting the federal Parliament came away saying simply "It was all right" or "It was okay." "There's quite a bit I didn't said one Nova Scotia girl. And then there was the little girl who "didn't hear much but it TOM good." WINNIPEG fCP) June Irene Montgomery a 26-year- old native of Warren, Ont will become the Manitoba govern- ment air sen-ices' first woman pilot when she begins May 15 Miss Montgomery will be fly- ing fire patrol this summer out of Thompson in the northern part of the province. With pre- xlous experience in Alberta, she anticipates no problems flying in the tough northern bush pilot league and doesn't expect any preferential treatment And. she adds, she has httle sympathy for forcing women into careers traditionally domi- nated by men. "There is only action through hard work and integrity." She is the second woman pilot to be hired in Manitoba this year. Transair Ltd earlier announced that Rosella Bjorn- son is in training to become the country's first female airline pilot. Miss Montgomery brings an added bonus to the air division As well as being an air trans- port-rated flier with 3.000 hours experience, she is also a regis- tered nurse Having completed one year of general science at the Univer- sity of Alberta, she has applied for admission to medical col- lege there next fall. "I'm. looking- toward aero- the daughter of an Ontario farmer says "Although I it hasn't been given official rec- I ognition in Canada, there is a i need for it There is no doubt medical problems figure in many air accidents.'' I Miss Montgomery's training i began soon after she graduated from the Kingston. Ont School of Nursing and moved to Vic- toria, B.C. to work. She took pilot training at the Victoria Flying Club and earned her wings in April, 1970. She then "retired" from nursing 1 and worked as a flying instruc- j tor in Victoria j months later she moved j to Calgary where she continued instructing as well as flying a split schedule of charters and picking up her commercial and air transport rating Going into the busy summer of flying. Miss Montgomery, says if her medical c a r e er j doesn't materialize, she'll direct' her studies fulltime toward? the sirborne application of environ- mental services Guiders Club and 'eader training will be held at the Scout Guide Hall at p.m. Wednesday Case studies and problems will be discussed. f The Ladies of the Old Tim- i ers' Pemmican Club will meet Tuesday at 7 30 p m in the clubrooms for a whist party. j Oddfellows. Rebekahs and friends are reminded of the card party to be held in the Oddfellows Hall Tuesday at 7-30 pm. The Whirl A Ways will hold the wind-up dance in St. Augustine's Hall Monday at 8 p.m. There will be guest call- ers. Women are asked to please bring their favorite dish i for a smorgasbord lunch. All square dancers welcome. 1 w I The Chinook Outdoor Club i will hike to the Porcupine Hills 1 on Sunday, leaving the civic centre at 8 a.m The club will hold a monthly meeting Tues- day at 8 p m at the gas com- 8pm in the nurses' residence for the final meeting until fall. Guest speaker will be Doug Kornetz. city fire inspector. A The Lethbridge Handicraft Guild will meet Tuesday at 2 p.m in the Bowman Art Cen- tre A good attendance is re- quested. A, Spring Band Concert will be presented bj the LCI Con- cert and Stage Band on Tues- day at 8 p m at the Yates Centre. Tickets are available at The Family YMCA house- holder course will be held Mon- day from 7-30 to p.m. in the all-purpose room of the Y. This week the discussion will be on buying appliances for the home. The monthly meeting of the Rangeland Bottle and Glass Club will be held Monday at 8 30 p m in the Scandinavian Hall Novelty talks will be on stone tables and spoon collec- tions A cabin still hillbilly bot- tle will be door prize. Guests welcome For further informa- tion contact 327-0320 or 328-5796. LOSE INCHES IN 90 RELAXENG MINUTES THE NEW, EASY WAY! Figure Trim Guarantee You'll lose 2 inches overall on your first visit, and 5 inches by your fifth or your money will be refunded in full. NO CONTRACTS TO SIGN PRICE OPENING SPECIAL FIGURE TRIM WESTMINSTER SHOPPING CENTRE 425 13th St. N. Phone 328-9886 Cyril Firid'AV itiB original flrt for Whimsy. Stnd youfii to PECTACIOR STARTS MONDAY A.M. SHARP PERSONAL SHOPPiNGONLY! 1st QUALITY POLYESTER CRIMPKNIT YARD e in style this summer in easy polyester crimpknit. Made to and easy to keep that way. the -fabric. Machine wash, Reg. yd. Travel in comfort, arriv care, easy sew look smait, feel good Neatness is built into drip dry, wear. 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