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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta }JS Ttlf ICTMBRinCE HERALD Snturtloy, H, 1970 For The Record By MARILYN ANDERSON Hciald Family Editor Turner speaks al local convention Auxiliary spending should change f I if lendar or Local tiapp IT not lie rcspedable or forgivable bttl Hie fad ftimc people jusi like (o work. They nol only like In work, they actually like their In I'nft Iheic beeotties their hobby, llieir pas- time, their Nl'e. Tlu- niolioN. himself lilt! 1 lop n .impo ihe same situation applies to tmiiiy vo- >iprn ivho arc fiilitiiitc wives and mothers, and lnni.-e- Of course (here's no promotion involved, unless vou i-otisiricr Iho last youngster heading for school a rironioliori into the outside world. It's nol likely how- r-ver. lhat mother is going lo think of that as she heads into the silence of Ihe kitchen lo listen for A voice which isn't uiere. There isn't any salary promotion lo work lor either since 1IKK money depends upon HIS money and he's off having fun! She might have a husband who shows his appre- ciation for what she does all day, and encourages the children lo do She same. She might not. lie might have grown up in a household where women's work was lakcn for "ranted, like the rising of the sun. There's a great need for everyone to he appreci- ated, to be involved, to accomplish concrete and worth- while objectives, and to feel satisfaction over one's efforts. This need to be needed sends many women out Info the community as volunteer workers. They do many small services in the hospitals, in the schools, in the churches, and for service organizations. They have talents and abilities which are only slightly lapped. Their work is not worth feature stories and. interviews. To many people it isn't even meaningful. But it .fills a need for them, and extends the links in the chain of assistance in this community. The trend in women's groups is turning from leas, hake sales, and bazaars ('which raise needed funds no 1'l'in, Hi-ralil .Staff Writer In order Fur Ilic Hinds of ho.s- piliil auxiliaries lo reflect coin numily needs in there he a eh.'lnge in spending policy, Mrs. it. G. Tumor of llaiiiia. She to dele gaU's aHeiidiiif; tile llos- pilal Auxiliaries hold in l.eth hridgo Ihi.s week. She said auxiliary funds are often used for conwtniction, nia chine replacemen! and othet items (o rcl.-iin Ihe hospital's status quo only, insfrad of the hospital taking ;i slep forward Tho concern of Ihe auxilum is moving ;iwav from bed .side concern into a coiwiiviuity on enial ed field. Pooling funds with mental health associations, vis- iting nursing organizations and many others could facilitate bet lei" usage of money in areas where ii may not he available rum other sources. The fields of research and continuing education should he very important to (he auxiliary said Mrs, Turner. Many related items include: research pro jects from books to expensive equipment. correspond e n c e courses, hursaries. scholarships tuition, health care career lit- erature for schools, half. way heifses, and day care centres to enable trained medical person nel to return to work. She said auxiliaries should Sake note of why they are rais ing and determine where the m o n c y actually is, and where it should he spent. Because most people are Holiday fil Si. Marys 'for inlerciavs The. Lutheran Women's Mis- sionary League will meet al 1m- manue'l Ijitheran Church, cor- f covered by medical insuraiifr pilalizalion llnw. This fact In-1 will need meals and exlra care.: ncr fil1' Avc- aml slie said hospitals could become i creases the need for volunteer i while those being dealt with in j "esday al 8 p.m. Miss IJaruara v.'rv crowded, creating less per- workers and funds. People who; out pnlient care may have! Tschrettcr will be the tealiirert send tie Him nt e Bowman Arts Tuesday al. ii p.m. Centre on Hall. Coffee will be served and all are welcome. Minus One Club will hold The Ladies Pemmlcan Cluh will be holding its regular card Mftiai evening Monday at 8 i party on Tuesday in the Pem- o clock in Southminster upper j mican Club Rooms, cor fll.h hall for a pot luck supper', St. and 5ih Ave. S. Everyone members are requested to welcome. Lung something- All widowed, separated or divorced persons Ladies Auxiliary ANAF Unit welcome. For further iofor- j 55 hold its regular meeting lion call 3274448. Monday al s p.m. in (ha club rooms. Tori square dancers j will hold a regular dance Mon- day at p.m. with round dance practice at 8 p.m. in the elementary school. All square dancers are welcome and wom- en are requested to bring a box lunch and cups. j 1 The Lethbridge Univers i I v i EaSles' o{ Women's Club will meet Tues- 52 numbers. Everyone wcl- at 8 p.m. in the Gas Cotn- Southmrasler Square danvJ learners' group will meet day at 8 p.m. hi Soiitliminster hall. Box lunch please. Regular FOE bingo IMS held tonight at 8 o'clock in the p a n y auditorium. Representa- from ihe Oldman River Regional Planning Commission Mr. and Mrs. N. C. (Bud> Petersen will celebrate their and the Municipal Planning i 25th wedding anniversary on Commission will be present to I Friday with a be held n the Royal Canadian Legion Hall. All relatives and friends are invited. c how they affect plan- ning in Lethbridge. and their problems. 's M e n c 11 c s will hold a bridge and whist party Wedncs- at 8 p.m. in the YMCA all pin pose room. Persons wishing I HARRODSBURG, Ky. (API to make reservations are re-' Hollie Chilton, a 100-year-old quested to call Ms. P. Nicas al j Mercer Cmmt nlan has U7 SEl by Monday. j...._ Meaningful and necessary commumtv work need M The par- nover lack for adequate news'coverage by any media. TAtl TOMATOES Tom Sternberg ond family, left, admire greenhouse produce which Gordon Miller, health handicapped trainee at Sunrise Ranch points to with under- standable pride. The occasion was open house, celebrating the first anniversary of ihe opening of the Ranch, which Is a project of the lethbridge Associolion for the Menially Retarded. by Kegular meeting of the Leth- idge .Multiple Salerosis Soci- be held in the Auxiliary i Hospital Wednesday at p.m. This is the finai meeting of the year combined with a Christmas party. All members are requested to attend and vis- itors are welcome. ideas about miniskirts. "Arfiifl all those short dresses the women wear nowadays tfjr- he says, "It's so i never see a woman's face any more, but I know all ihe womtm in my neighborhood by their PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES IETHBRID6E ElKS tODGE ROOM JACKPOT (Upstairs) EVERY THURS.-3 p.m. EXPLOSIVE BOWL MELBOURNE fAPJ A dis- tributor has recalled a type of er. Interviews were scheduled glass .salad howl because the from 8 a.m. to 6 bowls exploded like grenades wlien scratched or cracked. One MALV POINT utt ana Kaymono is low- __ f hold a social and dance er. A I f I f I I Hali' l234 A Parents who miss the con- JO I I I I f I k Saturday at 9 p.m. with ference will receive a written [II V J I I I J VV I L by the 'Vagabonds. For report bv mail from the teach- L t-VX. J. j I f r h d jnyiw f Receiving al Ihe tea. bazaar Mrs. M. Hopwo'od. lea tables; 'be in Hie church ball. Sat- and bingo sponsored bv the Wo-, Mrs. C. Klynn, sewing tables; urday, Nov. 21, from 2 until 5 Mrs. D. Tudor. A- of F. raffle; p.m. men of the. Moose, Loyal Order of Moose will j hold a social and dance in the ve. N.i music mem- Ths Ladies Auxiliary fo Si. Michael's General Hospital wil! hold its monthly meeting UGH- Learn Hairdressing MARVEL BEAUTY SCHOOL REDUCED RATES-TERMS WRITE FOR FREE INFORMATION (DVES METROPOIITAN 326A Slh W., Calgary to scrape shredded lemice of! clurie 'he air around ihe to j frftm 3 lo P-m- w ihe lampshade. be frozen. Mrs- E- Carleton. be There will be a1 door pri Conveners are as follows: Mrs. A. Wilson, pantry table; Mrs. E. Watmough, kitchen; bringing her some daisies for her kitchen. leclion of NEW FURNITURE HIDE-A-BEDS For that extra OCAIED JUST ACROSS fSOM THE CPU DEPOf ODD CHAIRS Recliners, Hostesses, CHESTERFIELD SUITES FURNITURE 8, UPHOtSTERV S22 5th Street South Phono 327-7711 i and everyone Ls welcome. Grandmother Hghls fires H. G. Houltoiu L. B. .Jones, K. L. bowings. K. W. Thuvston and Clara Thompson, Plans have been completed j Welcoming the guests will he for the annual Holly Tea of Ale- Mesdames H. A. Marlill, J. Kiliop Church UCW which will y_ Baker. 11. R. Anderson, H. H. Chambers, S. K. Sproul and K. W. Dunn. Serving the giiesis will be the M e s d a m e s W, Baraniuk, B. Thorlacius, R. liedenstrom, M. J. Afonner. C. G. Orion, T, Swan- son, T. B.' Lanson, D. K. Walk- er. J. McCall. C. Rosaine. W. Bice. L. Carefool, W. Gurr, B. A. Allen. A. L'nrau, F. K. Blake- ley, W. D, Bessie, J. K. Fergu- son, and H. Amiable. A nursery will he provided for the youngsto's. MILL VALLEY, Calif. Everyone laughed when grand- mother Jeanne Creemer applied to become a volunteer fire-fight- er in this San Francisco sub- urb, says Tainalpais Valley Fire Chief Richard Oswald. "The joking subsided when she started handling an DO pound pressure hose iike it was nothing." adds Oswald, who recommended accepting her ;is a volunteer. The department's board of directors agreed. Mrs. Creemer, who has i married daughters and two young grandchildren, refused to reveal her age. hut insists, "Anything that comes up, I'll acklc." TFFTHInll CC "Hill iBabyOra T effective proloitg'. ara-jel CASH BSNGO HUNGARIAN OtD TIMERS HAU TONIGHT, SATURDAY 8 O'CtOCK A Blackout Bingo ployed for till won every Saturday plus 2 7-Number Jdckrjci. JACKPOTS MOW AND 5 Cards for 51.00 or 25c ecicb ilocoled Next fo No. Fireball! ST. BASH'S C.W.t. TOMBOIA AND BAZAAR PRIZE WINNERS _ MARY VEDRES 603 12lh Si. 'C' N. 2nd i50 ANNE RUSHfORD 737 )5lli Si. S. 3rd .S30 BRUNO MATTEOITI 1812 Jnrl Avn. I- f. EVDOKIMOFF 1319 2nd Ave. 'A' r 5ih Sli JEAN FEfilESKY 1613 9il-, M. i 5 MISS SUSNAR 736 12th Si. 'B' N. o JOF CiKhion MRS. P. BACEDA CokM Wrnrly Pinlnp nnrl Pi-rill We Apologize -t Of DUBCQ DISCOUNT STOSfS UP. 307 ilh St. South Had a Grand Opening wWch surpassed all our expectations. We would like fo thank the people of Lethbridge and District for making it such a success and apologize for not being able to look after you in our usual personal manner. However our Grand Opening continues all nexf week, LOOK FOR THESE VALUES: ALL SWEATER'S Reg. to GRAND OPENING SPECIAL 100% WASHABLE POLYESTER BLOUSES Sizes 10 lo 18. COMPARE TO 12.95 GROUP I GROUP 2 ;