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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 1C THE LETHBR1DOE HERALD Saturday, October 30, 1971 For The Record By MARILYN ANDERSON Family Editor TF YOU'VE HALLOWEEN1NG to do tonight or just sending out the little ones, a caller of ours wants to help. She suggests putting on make up with cold cream and paint tablets. You can get the desired color and yet it will all wipe and wash off in a minute without traces of. lipstick and eyebrow pencil. It's a good hint for those masquerade and Mardi Gras parties next year. It does work beautifully. It's early yet but our idea oi having Christmas dinner is such a popular one I'd like to share it. We have dinner on Christinas Eve. Everyone is much more ready to enjoy the meal in anticipation of the next day and tradition holds that the family piles in the car after dinner to look "at the lights." Christmas clay dawns, and the cook is not con- fined to the kitchen while the family enjoys itself elsewhere in the house; she has time to look at toys, and be with her family; she is not fretting about getting things started while the family is en- joying each moment of gift opening; and one of the unfortunate parts of scheduling a big dinner at a certain time is that either the children do not want to stop what they're doing and eat; they've al- ready filled themselves on stocking staffers and ex- citement; or guests pop in at the inevitable moment the first course is to be served. In place of a Christmas Day dinner, serve a buffet which is spread at about 1 p.m. Turkey, rolls, chip-dip, oysters, fruit, Christmas cake, whatever your family desires. Plastic wrap keeps everything fresh for several hours and the family is free to snack when they are ready to eat. We first tried this idea when our youngest was barely tall enough to reach over the table top. Even though ours didn't, you have to be prepared for a run on potato chips and oranges, and avoid the motherly hovering over everyone to make sure they eat well. They might, and they might not. It doesn't really matter whether they get a well balanced meal one day of the year, let them eat what they want. Left alone and with enough variety, they won't make themselves sick. Even having to assist younger children, it's still the most enjoyable way of celebrating a day which can be most exhausting and should be most enjoy- able. And if guests do drop in you don't have to hop out into the kitchen to cut the shortbread and (Calendar of local ha. Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ho Urban society complex By MAUREEN JAMESON Christmas cake. It's all wrong with you." The children love it. Every year they check it out to make sure dinner is on Christmas Eve and the buffet is now anticipated as much as the is a common feeling in our said Tony Miller, "that the man earns the money and goes out to parents have an awful lot of information they don't communicate in our type of society said Dr. Miller. "We tap this." Miller and urban society is too com- In reflection over six years; I still think Mann, University for the individual to pi-asp. pedestrian lignt on ot. is in the wrong lacuicv too many cars make a left hand turn from the leading the discussion right through the light while the north-south bound traffic is stopped it's dangerous and pedestrians lights in general are not used properly by the public, neither are they responded to properly by final session of the family workshop sponsored jointly by the Canadian Mental Health Association and the U of L. Child rearing and gifts help USC fund same body of persons once they enter their car are regarded as the eighth consecutive there's still too much goofing around on school of the Christmas gift card dona- trols school zone signs are not marked to Miller co1 tinued. are being made available hours of operation and the playground zone at Westminster School is not respected by drivers during daytime hours. In six years I have met some of the most delightful people in the world, and one or two the man has little involvement in the house and doesn't know is going on. In these circumstances a couple can operate on parallel tracks, and sometimes interested persons. Through the Unitarian Service Commitiee project, Christmas shopping for family and friends can be made simple and worthwhile. formed some wonderful friendships, and become wide apart of sending personal tated others and had some very enriching finally money is donated to the ences, and a few discouraging ones Miller said married fund for children over- -A- will go for years This donation is made for W Reflecting upon the past doesn't change to each other what they like or don't "like. But person who would have received the Christmas present. was. tell a problem to a turn, the USC sends a Regarding the future may influence what the couple card to the person be they both don't whose behalf the conlribu- And from me to you via Frederick same has been made thanking will do my thing and you will do your thing, I am not in this world to live up to your expectations and you are not in this world to live up to mine. I am I and you are you and if, by chance, we find each other, it will be child management or the sexual area, this lack of communication is a very serious thing, he added. "There is an automatic assumption that parent for remembering others. For further information interested persons may contact the Unitariaji Service Committee of Canada, 56 Sparks Street, Ottawa, Ont. Have a good day tomorrow and each said said, so he tends to be se- Mann. "Therefore if about what to receive. THE BETTER HALF By Bob n M n rt 1 1 tin iV Iral V3 W Weekend visitors in the Uj Mrs. Stella Willsson, Mrs. C. Marriage roles stereotyped One of the problems is that [about change, he added. She we separate work from life, Dr. improvises on small incidents get into trouble, there must be we separate work from ]i I Miller said, and we a use our leisure and frequently finds her bus- time in a positive way. "We are not engineering for people to live, we're engineer- ing environments to store peo- ple." He claimed that instead of building little houses and experiment with Dr. crowding into them, the money could be turned over to create an environment for living. He said there are zoos bet- ter designed for living than high rise complexes. band is uninterested. Boredom creates desperation, and out of it can come such things as wife and husband swapping. "That's the reason some kids Tlie Potters Guild will mset in the potters room, Bowman Cenlre, Tuesday at 7 p.m. Li a r r y Weaver of the Univer- sity Art Department mil be in attendance. The History and Current Ev- ents Department of the Mathe- sis Club will meet at p.m. at the home of Mrs. Jack Heinitz, 1910 5th Ave. S. Laurel Chapter, No. 43, Or- der of the Eastern Star, will lold its regular meeting in the Masonic Hall, on Monday at 8 p.m. Visiting members are cor- dially invited to attend. McKillop UCW Units will as follows: Dodds Unit with Mrs. J. li a r n e s, 1127 17A St. S., Mon- day, at 8 p.m. Madill Unit with Mrs. W. R. Marlill, 1612 IR Ave. S., Tues- day, at 2 p.m. ilnrau Unit with Mrs. W. Turner, 2409 11 Ave. S., Tues- day, at p.m. Goodall Unit with Mrs. P. E. Blakeley, 2313 11 Ave. S., Wed- nesday, at a.m. Thornton Unit in the church i lounge, Wednesday, at 2 p.m. Quick Unit with Mrs. N. 1 Quick, 2414 16 Ave. S., Thurs- 1 day, at 8 p.m. FOE bingo tonight at 8 in me Eagles Hall. Jackpot is 5165 in 58 numbers. Everyone is welcome. The Whirl A Ways will square and round dance in St. Augustine's Hall Monday at p.m. sharp. All square and round dancers welcome. Wom- en are please asked to take box lunch. The Christmas party will be held on Monday Dec. 6. Mrs. A. Roberts, DDP, will i preside at the annual meet-j ing of district No. 17 of the I Rebekah Assembly of on Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the IOOF hall, at a special meet-' ing of Faith Rebekah Lodge. Members of Dominion No. 41, Faith No. 93 and visiting Rene- kalis are asked to please attend. Lathbridge Community Col- lege Faculty Wives Association will meet Monday at the home of Mrs. Ruth Blaiie, 2216 16 St. Coaldale at 8 p.m. Members will be making decorations for the staff Christmas party. The Ladies of the Old Tim- ers Pemmican Club will hold their regular meeting Wednes- day at p.m. in the club rooms. A good turn-out is ei- pected. The units of First United UCW will meet as follows: Margaret Atkins: Wednes- day, Nov. 10 at 2 p.m. with Mrs. D. Shorthouse, 1311 3 Ave. N. Annie I. Chappell: Tuesday, Nov. 9 at 2 p.m. with Mrs. 5. Howells, 322 19 St. N. Lily Jackson: Monday, Nov. 8 at 8 p.m. with Mrs. 0. K, Davis, 1615 13 St. N. Jubilee: Tuesday, Nov. 9 at 8 p.m. with Mrs. M. McDon- ald. Miss J. Kergan, at 908 12 St. S. Clara King: Monday, Nov. 8 at 8 p.m. with Mrs. R. Dunlop, 646 12 St. S. Emily Lytle: Wednesday, Nov. 10 at 2 p.m. with Mrs. E. Clayton, 509 12 St. N. Magowan Harleman: Wednesday, Nov. 10 at 2 p.m. with Mrs. A. Hubbard, W. Leth- bridge. Whitmore-Johnston; Monday, Nov. 15 at p.m. in ladies' parlor, First United Church. Miller said; it is an exciting change from boredom. "The ideal home nsecutive "T here is one tiling human j ird dona-; beings cannot stand, and that's He also considers 90 per cent college and university stu- dents believe their education llany''a suburban "taewife Ito te of to sur: !vive within the system, and find it "plain, ordinary, bor- ing." "We really haven't done much to produce systems for those who want said Dr. Miller. to bring 'Abortion laws St. Basil's Holy Name Society BEEF RAFFLE WINNER WAYNE ULMER 1023 23rd St. S. lelhbn'dge F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT EAGLES MALI 6th Ave. A and 13th St. N. Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. 5 Cordi for 1.00 or 25C Eoch Twelve 7 Numbtr Gamn JACKPOT Free Games and DOOR PRIZE Gold pay double money Children under 16 not "I doubt if it will do any good not bubbling to the same tempo as my stomach." HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CAtt 328-2360 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 lit AVE. S. Come in and see Moniquc for all your hair dressing requirements. SHE WILL EXPERTLY STYLE YOUR HAIR TO ANY HAIRDO YOU PREFER MONIQUE at the MARQUIS OTTAWA (CP) Middle- aged club women and young j feminists met in foree to hear j from author Germaine G r e e r j that they have too much con-: trol over their children and not enough over their bodies. Miss Greer, 32-year-old author of The Female Eunuch, told m embers of the Ottawa Women's Canadian Club that present abortion legislation must be changed because "as it is now no one's conscience is salved by it." j She added that "the question of women's rights is also a question of children's rights" and argued that the responsibil- ity for child-raising should be shared among older adults. The Australian-born writer and teacher rejected, however, alter being Mr. Mudrik's I Anderson lunch a title as "high priestess" si the mother) Mrs. Agnes Thomas The carnival is to start at 5 I v-'omon's liberation movement. and family and Mrs. Viola Chil- j p.m. Everyone is welcome. u merel-v added lo a Popular ton and family, sisters of Mr. were Mr. and Mrs. Alec Mud- rik and their seven children from Patlilow, Sask. While in the city they visited wilh Mr. Jorgeason, bake table; Mrs. L. Hewlett, white elephant; Mrs. Olga Chisle, Comai, and doll raffle; Mrs. Mrs. C. j and Mrs. Andy Horvath: (the j Credico, sewing labie; Mrs. R. IN PRIZES! See Page 27 CASH BINGO TONIGHT, SATURDAY 8 O'CLOCK HUNGARIAN OLD TIMERS HALL A SI 00 Blackout Bingo played for till won every Saturday plus 2 "-Number Jackpots JACKPOTS NOW AND 5 Cards for or 25e each (located Next !o No. 1 Firehall) LADIES' AUXILIARY TO THE REHABILITATION CENTRE FOR THE HANDICAPPED Annual Tea Sale of Work Pantry Table Thursday, Nov. 4th from 2-5 p.m. REHABILITATION CENTRE 1261 2nd Ave. 'A' N. "PLEASE HELP THEM TO HELP THEMSELVES" Mudrik and Mr. Bob Lowe and family. St. Basil's CWL nil! hold its annual tombola tea and bazaar at the parish hall Saturday, Nov. 6. Teas will be served from 2 to 4 p.m. Conveners are Mrs. A. Ter- lesky, Mrs. Helen Henscl, Mrs. Rod Margaret Rodzinyak, Sf., Home baking and delicates- sen lables will be a feature of the annual tea and bazaar of tile Women's Federation of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church from 2-5 p.m. Wednesday in UK church hail. Guests will be re- ceived by the Mesdames L. D. Hankinson, L. A. Wylie and J. A. Norric. A family fun night will follow at 7 p.nT. HADASSAH'S ANNUAL SALE CLOTHING AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS prejudice that women's lib is "a OPENING Monday, Nov. 1st at 9 a.m. 319 5th Street South (Next lo Stan'l Men'i Wear) crackpot religious she said. Currently on a speaking tour of Canada, Miss Greer argued that present abortion laws both in this country and In the U.S. i satisfy no one. "That includes the nurse who j is trying to save the life of a child in one room while knowing that in the next a nurse is dis- posing of a six-month fetus." The current law in Canada, she said, is based on a morality that holds that a woman must pay with pain for an abortion. It puts women through an agoniz- ing ritual of hospital boards, doctors' examinations, phony as well as real tears, before they can obtain a simple olwration that could be performed safely in minutes. For Miss Oreer the first step out of the situation is to make abortions available on demand in hospitals but in free clinics. Tire issue is a moral one, she agreed, snd women have a moral right to choose whether to terminate an unwanlcd preg- nancy. "My first duty is to save my own she argued. Have you mode your Christmai appointment yet? CORRIE DAWN 16 Monthj daughter of MR. ond MRS. DON AtLEN IETHBRIDGE LOCATED JUST ACROSS FROM THE CPR DEPOT PHONE 327-56SI ;