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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Octobir 1971 THE ICTHMIOOI HIRALD IS REBEL TEMPERMENT Leila Doolan is a former Irish actress with a rebel temper- merit who is assuming the job of artistic director of Dublin's famous Abbey Theatre, a dramatic institution with a significant political and cultural past._________________ In And Out Of Town Quota Club tea, bazaar and bake table will be held Satur- day, Oct. M from p.m. Receiving guests will be Mrs. Eleanor Holroyd. Treasurers will be Mrs. Dora Moreland and Miss Mary Slevin. for the tea will be Mrs. Blanche Wilks and Mrs. Marjorie Fleming. Serviteurs will be Miss Ailsa Chalmers and the Mesdames Alice Gregory, Lois Grant, Elizabeth Dykstra, Ann Gray, Macy Koole, Betty Myers, Joy Pin- ney and Marg Ingle. Bazaar table will be in charge of Mrs. Laufey Parry, Mrs. Helen Robins, and Miss Marie Louise Loescher. Bake table Miss Jean Ringland, Mrs. Evelyn Murray and Miss Elleda Levitt. 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Assisting in other capacitie will be Mrs. Rene Park, Mrs Hose Heaton, Mrs. Marjori Austin and Mrs. Marion Peszat Concept '71, the second an nual {all fashion show by th Daughters of the Nile, Ira Club No. 4, Mil be held at p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 3, in th Yates Memorial Centre. Refreshments will follow with Mrs. J. W. Hunt and Mrs P. G. Gore Hickman receiv ing. Pourers will be the Mes dames J. W. Hunt, T. Gore Hickman, E. Owen and J. Hoss with Mrs. J. K. Ferguson in charge of serviteurs. Kappa Chapter Beta Sigma Phi, held a preferential tea at the home of Mrs. Jan Tait. Hon- ored guests were Mrs. Irene Mack, Mrs. Susan Gilfen, Mrs. Faye Coleman and Mrs. Lucille Thompson. Special guests were Mrs. Joan Robinson, Mrs. Glad- ys Simmons and the girl of the year, Mrs. June Crighton. Pouring honors were shared by Mrs. Jean Poile and Mrs. Charlene Forrest. Ann Landers Swiss men's referendum zwes women first vote DEAR ANN LANDERS: My husband and I just celebrated our 20lh wedding anniversary. He's a good provider, no bad habits a wonderful father to our children and everyone who knows him thinks he's great. So what am I complaining about? The mam does not stop talking. The first thing I hear in the morning is his voice. At night when I turn out the lights he's still talking. He asks me a question and answers it himself. He tells me he wants an opinion and then he gives me one He repeats a conversation and before I can com- ment ho tells me what HE thinks. When we're out socially 1 never get a chance to open my mouth. People must think I'm a blooming idiot. Some of our friends don't know I have vocal cords. Any To A Talking Machine DEAR WED: After 20 years, accept the fact that this man is not going to change. It will save wear and tear on your blood vessels. And please read the next letter. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I've been married for 22 years to a mam who will not talk to me. He refuses to discuss family problems and makes no comment whatsoever when I present family problems with which I need help. I've tried every approach the nonchalant, casual, "What do you think about this, to the impassioned request. "I need your help and finally the screaming anguished plea, "For God's sake will you answer His response is a blank look and stony silence. Once in a while he mumbles, "I hadn't thought about it." My husband is an intelligent professional man who has a lot on liis mind, but who doesn't these days? I ask very little of him. I am tired of making all the decisions alone. I'm on the verge of blowing my mind. Any sugges- Of The Great Stone Man DEAR WIFE: After 22 years, accept the fact that this man is not going to change. It will save wear and tear on your blood vessels. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'm your age, married about the same time you did and we have three children. My husband has chamged jobs 33 times. One of our children is a schizophrenic. He does fairly well when he's on medication but he has tried to Mil us twice when he was off his medicine. Six months ago my husband bought a 10-acre plot of ground about 30 miles from here. Although I've worked for 22 years, he did not consult me. When I learned of his fi- nancial commitment I was furious. He built a crude shack on the place and goes there every weekend. After putting in a 40-hour week I am not up to roughing it in a barn with no plumbing, no to mention plen- ty of mice and flies. Last week I learned Hiat my young cousin has been going there with my husband. This has been driving me up the wall. When I confronted them they looked me straight in the face and insisted it's a brother-sister relationship. Leaving him is impossible. What can I do? I want both hire and my cousin to know I don't buy the brother-sister garbage. They read your column every day. Give me a hand, will you please? DEAR YOU: Here it is. You're right and you're welcome BERNE, Switzerland (Reu- cr) Women vote in Swltzer- and's general elections for the rst time at the end of this month, but dramatic changes in neutral country's tradition- lly calm politics are unlikely. The decision to allow 1.8 mil- on women the vote was eacbed by an all-male referen- um last February, reversing a imilar referendum taken in 959. Until then, Switzerland was Jie only country in Europe part from tiny Liechtenslein to eny women the vote on a na- ional scale. Despite the breakthrough, In he campaigning for the general ilections to be held during the L.A. TO F.O.E. BINGO Monday, Oct. 25th JACKPOT NOS. "20 ALARM BINGO" Gold Card Pay Double Door Cards (Many other extras) Regular Cards 25c or 5 for 13th St. and 6th Ave. 'A- N. No children under 16 allowed (Calendar of weal The LetJibridge Council of Home and School Associations will hold a meeting at p.m. tonight in the staff room at Hamilton Junior High School. All associations are asked to send representatives, 'as plans will' be made for the annual convention of Area 11, Nov. 13. Sigma Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will meet at the home of Mrs. Marie Bartosek, 2811 22 Ave. A S. at 8 p.m. Tuesday. Mrs. Bartosek will present a program on your poise and charm. Co-hostess is Mrs. Edith Bosch. The annual Hadassah sale of clothing and household effects will commence Nov. 1. Watch for further details. McKfflop UCW will meet in the committee room Wednes- day. Business session at p.m. and at 8 p.m. a program, swinging art, will be a lesson on making mobiles. All women of the congregation invited. McKillop UCW will hold a holly tea from 2-5 p.m. Satur- day, Nov. 20 in the church hall. Preceptor Eta Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, will meet this Tues- day, October 26, at at the home of Mrs. William Olfson, II d 3402 Lakewood Ed. Mrs. Olfso will also be presenting the prc gram at this meeting. weekend of Oct. SO and 31, polit- ical parties have made no spe- cial drive to capture the new female voters. Hires historian TORONTO (CP) The fac- ulty of fine arts at York Univer- sity has hired Luke Rombout, a Dutch-born art historian, as director of the art program. Rombout, 38, studied art in Paris and has a fine arts degree from Mount Allison University Us in an effort to find work in New Brunswick, where he has been employed for the last three years as a lecturer in art history. More than three million peo- ple altogether are eligible to vote for the 200-member Na- tional lower house of the Swiss Parliament. Po- litical observers believe the re- sult will mean the return of the four-party coalition that has been in power for 12 years. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "I could make love like that if I got his salary." MRS. F. G. GORE-HICKMAN Convener of the upcoming Iras Club No. 4 "Daughters of The Nile" second annual fashion show, "Concept Wednes- day, November 3rd, p.m. Yates Centre. Proceeds towards the Winni- peg Unit Shriners Crippled Children's Hospital. PERSIAN RUGS Every 10 years world famous H.A.M. one of the largest Carpet exporters to foreign countries has the largest Persian and Oriental Carpet showings in different parts of the world. This year this surprising exhibition is going to take place in Canada. At a result their merchandise can be taken ot the lowest possible price. EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL General Grant Room Thur. and Fri., October 28 and 29 from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. This collection has been carefully selected from 30 branches In Iran. Included ore soms fine pieces of 100% natural pure silk, as well as some very rare and valuable wool pieces. Choose a rug for your Living Room, Dining Room, Bedroom and Hallwoy from a collection of aver 250 pieces, size from 1 x 1 to 20x12. All items to be ot PERSIAN MARKET WHOLESALE PRICE (Plus a small shipping and handling charge) Therefore, why shouldn't you decorate your home with Persian Carpet! that not only beautify your home but also deposit an investment for you. Besides, they are life-lasting quality ,made of pure sheep wool, never wear out or change color. Dont miss this opportunity. A Catalogue will available at viewing Terms Available No Interest Oul of Town Call Collect Lie. 1434 KRESCES FALL SPECIAL ATTEND THE ALL NEW A.N.A.F.-UNIT 34 BINGO COR. 5th AVE. and 6th ST. S. IN THE CLUBROOMS TUESDAY, OCT. 26th-8 p.m. First 12 Games Firit Card Others 25c each 1st No. Jackpot (increases weekly) 2nd No. Jackpot (increases weekly) Extra 5 Games Cards 25c ea. or 5 for Blackout in 50 Numbers All regular games pay double If won in 7 nos. or less MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS YARDAGE BEAUTIFUL COLORS SEVERAL PATTERNS ON SALE MONDAY TO SATURDAY ;