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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE LETHSRID5E HERALD Tutjday, 22, 1770 NDP Feminist Slams Unions OTTAWA (CP) The laho of the Democrat Party bristled here as Kris ta Macots, a party feminis slammed unions for joining ir dustry in "forcing women bac into the home." Miss Maeots, a speaker at th NDP council meeting here, sail labor has actively worker, against the interest of women ir some cases. She said no union has eve gone on strike for matern i L pay, in-plant day care or equa pay. Women had little weight i collective bargaining commit tees. About <10 men and 15 women listened. The men includec about 10 trade union represen tatives on the council. Jim Perma. Canadian direc tor of tire glass and cerami workers union, replied that it is hard to get women to meetings Miss Maeots suggested child care facilities at the meetings When Mr. Perma asked who would pay, she said the union local should. Mr. Perma, apparently irri- tated, said that wherever wo men have a union office, they are treated "exactly the same as the male." He asked Miss Maeots and love telling Aim he's like yot'i- favorite improving with age. Mary Eady, Winnipeg house- wife and former union educa- tional worker whom they would choose to hire between a man who had to support a family and a woman who didn't. "The one who could do the job Mrs. Eady replied. Mr. Perma said no one would know at that stage which appli- cant could be best. "The Miss Maeot said. "You answered my question replied Mr. Perma, adding that he didn't know how anyone could chose the woman over li e married man. "I don't know where we're he said stomping back to his seat. "That's what you wanted to Miss Macots said coolh An attractive blonde about to have her first child, she is mar- ried to James Laxer but prefers to use her maiden name. A research assistant at Queen's University, Kingston, she criticized Queen's for a rule :hat women are supposed to re- sign when six months pregnant. How could there be such a rule at a time when many woik ng women with children were self-supporting? Toronto law professor Dfis- nond Morton commented on Vliss Maeots' pro p o s a 1 that party structures be altered to ;ive women a 50-50 representa- ion and to ensure that women re candidates not just in seats liat are sure losses anyway. He said B r i t a i r' s Liberal party gave the women 50-50 rep- esentation in 1919 and the Con- ervative party the same hi 923. The NDP had to face the fact didn't have the support of in general. Changes had be made but he didn't think tructural changes were the an- wer. Educationist Before Her Time VICTORY SMILE Amid the chants and cheers of a recent local- high school football league game, Brenda Mclntyre of fethbridge was crowned Miss LCI Ram of the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute, for fhe coming school term. P t U aar oLocal CORRECTION The date of the Daughters of le Nile Zodiac Fashion Show hich was advertised as Oct. 2, ill be held Oct. 7, in the Yates entre. YWCA NEWS The fall series of. ladies keep fit and swim classes will begin the week of Oct. 5, with pre- regisLration on Thursday, Oct. 1. from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Civic Centre. All interested ladies are urged to pre-register so that classes can be set up in ad- vance. This will be a ten-week session, continuing until the week of Dec. 14. Class times will be as fol- lows: Monday keep fit: 7 to S p.m., 3 to 9 p.m., swim: 8 to 9 p.m., 9 to 10 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday morning: keep fit: to a.m., swim to a.m. These classes are held at the Barbara Jean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Ten- nant left on Sept. 17th for New York where she will Join 90 other Gonzaga Uni- versity students that are leaving for Florence, Italy, to continue their studies. The students will have a tvvo yeek guided tour of Holland, Germany and Austria before they go to Florence. Civic Centre and are operated in co-operation with the City Parks and Recreation Depart- ment. Babysitting provided for all niorning classes. Girls Gymnastics (8 to ]2 Allan Watson School, commencing Tuesday, Kept. 22, 7 to 8 p.m. Blue Triangles (8 to 12 years) will be held at the following schools, and all girls in this age group are invited to attend: Tuesday: Agnes Davidson and Westminster, 7 to 8 p.m. Thurs- day: Lakeview (commencing Sept. 22) and Gabraith, 7 to 8 p.m., Senator Buchanan, to 8 p.m. No clubs have yet been or- ganized for girls over twelve, but any interested girls are asked to phone the YWCA office (7-2284) in this regard. Synchronized Swim (10 to 20 years) will meet at the Fritz Sick Pool from to 6 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays when the pool re-opens. We have some vacancies in this group, so if you are interested, please leave your telephone number at the YWCA Office (7-2284) and you wiil be con- tacted. Registration for bridge classes will be held at the Resi- dence on Wednesday, Sept. 30 at 2 p.m. A meeting will also be held for those interested in crafts; though we are not offering a crafts class this term, we ivould be pleased if the women would like to organize a crafts club for themselves here. English classes in the north- side library will resume short- date to be announced. The regular meeting of the Pensioners and Senior Citizens Society of Lethbriolge (Original) will meet Wednesday at p.m. in gym: two o[ the Civic Sports Centre. New members and visitors welcome. Bin- go and lunch featured. Doininion Rebekah Lodge will hold its regular meeting Thursday at 8 p.m. in the IOOF hall. Members of the YWCA will speak at p.m. Visiting Eebekahs welcome. Lakeview elementary hold its first home and school meeting Wednesday at 8 p.m. Coffee and lunch will be served. V A teen dance will be held at the Lethbridge Friendship Cen- tre, 102 5th St. S. Friday from to midnight. Music by The Native Creed from Cardston. Everyone is welcome. f V Kappa Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi will hold a progressive dinner party Tuesday at p.m., beginning in the home of Mrs. Wayne Humphrey, 934 17 St. S. Round Dance Review will be held in St. Augustine's parish hall Wednesday at p.m. All round and square dancers welcome. Women are request- ed to bring a box lunch. Past Matrons of the Maple Leaf Chapter No'. 7 OES will meet Wednesday at p.m. at Ericksen's Family Res- taurant. Hostess is Miss Mamie Gibson. Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: In regard to your answer to M. J. M. approving of vasectomy: that's dandy! But what about people who lose their children in an accident or a disaster? Once a man has that operation, his fathering days are finished. And consider, please, another possibility this one comes straight out of my own life, I was a widow with one child. I married again last year and am now pregnant. If it were the other way around, and my husband had lived instead of me, I would want him to rebuild his life with another woman and have more children. I, too am concerned about the population explosion, but I don't believe the male operation is the answer for every- one. From Kentucky. DEAR KEN: Neither do I nor did I say it was. It is my personal opinion that no man under 35 should consider the operation unless he is certain he would not want more children under any conceivable set of circumstances. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes LADIES OF THE PEMMICAN CLUB BAKE SALE and AFTERNOON TEA in the Club Rooms Corner 9th Street and 5th Ave. S. Saturday, Sept. 26th p.m. Admission Door Prizft EVERYONE WELCOME A MUST FOR YOUR VACATION OUR NEW EASY CARE WIGS r-sr 24-95 29.95 39.95 ,-f "first wilh Wigs in Southern I RU5Y PIERSOH fhoppe.-i' World Ph. 338-2566 "Why don't you hobble over to the mirror and see if you like RUG CLEANING WE HAVE THE EQUIPMENT AND THE KNOW- HOW, WITH OVER 15 YEARS EXPERIENCE, TRUST YOUR FiNE RUGS TO BENJAMINS CLEANERS TAILORS 317 STREET S. PHONE 337-5771 Montessori Method Returns To Favor By EUWA1SD MAORI ROME (AP) In a way, Maria Montessori was 100 years ahead of her time. The centenary of the birth of the influential educationist, one of the greatest feminists in his- tory, was marked in August. Eighteen years after her death, the Montessori method of teaching young children is enjoying a strong revival in many countries, even the homeland which onco ostra- cized her. During a time when Italy suppressed its women almost totally she broke new ground for females in professional life. At a time when the Homan Catholic Church prac- tised harsh discipline, she was an unwed mother and a chal- lenger of the concept of orig- inal sin. At a time of ascend- ant fascism, she was a cham- pion of individual liberty, and a foe of social prejudice.. Even the Communists hated Miss Montessori. They said her educational thought was a horrific product of capitalism. Today the Italian govern- ment and ethers subsidize Montessori schools, although the majority of Italians do not know what the -Montessori method means. ISSUE STAMP The centenary of her birth was marked by little more than the issuance of a postage stamp, and a scholarly con- g r e s s of educationists in Rome. Miss Montessori was born Aug. 31, 1870, in Chiaravalle, a little town near the Adriatic Sea. She learned to do battle against established thought early in her adult life. Against her parents' wishes, she enrolled in Rome Univer- sity's all-male medical school. In. 1894 she became Italy's first woman doctor. Male prejudice prevented any bet- ter job, at first, than that of looking after children in a madhouse. But this started Miss Montessori on a lifetime career. Under her tutelage, re- tarded children began reading and writing better than "nor- mal" children, for whom she eventually opened a school in a 'working-class neighborhood. Soon tiiey were showing phe- nomenal learning results too. As her fame spread, educa- tionists began drifting in from other countries to inspect the House of Children, as the Montessori school was called. Miss Mpntessori trained teachers to step down and mingle with children. She worked with small tables and chairs, informally arranged, rather than austere desks and aisles. The method was in- tended to give the child maxi- mum freedom within a con- trolled environment to de velop his own capabilities, through self-motivation. Miss Montessori challenged the concept of unquestioned child obedience, charging: "Never were any slaves so much the property of their roaster as the child is of the adult." Soon Miss Monlessori ran up against her first big oppo- Vatican. When, un- married, she gave birth to a child, it drew the church's ire. The teacher never made a se- cret of her unmarried state and expressed pride in her son, Mario Montessori, who now heads the Montessori In- ternational Association in Hol- land. Jesuits attacked her method as ignoring the Roman Catho- lic belief that man from birth is marked by fundamental sin. As the church gradually be- came more 'open socially, it dropped its stern disapproval of the Montessori method, but even today the nuns who run many of Italy's nursery schools express disdain of the Montessori method. Yet some Homan Catholic universities in the United States and elsewhere helped in the present revival of the method by setting up Montes- sori research centres. Dictator Benito Mussolini forced Miss Montessori to leave Italy in 1934. She went to Spain and later to India, and finally settled in Holland. So well-known is Miss Mon- tessori in India'that the New Delhi government has pro- claimed year-long centenary celebrations. Italy has 178 Montessori nursery or elementary schools but some of these are private- ly-run schools and Montessori in name only. T here are long-standing, though now no-longer wide- spread, criticisms against lira method. One is that its ap- proach to leaching is too un- disciplined, and that it stresses individualism over group co-operation. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES LETKBR1DGE ELKS LODGE ROOM JACKPOT (Upstairs) EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. BINGO RAINBOW HALL 1401 5th Avenue N. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22nd, at 8 p.m. 1st Jackpot 53 Not., 2nd Jackpot 55 Hot. free and Games, 25c per Card, 5 Cards 3 free Games Door Prize No Children Under 16 Years of Ago Sponsored By A.U.U.C. Association LETK8RIDGE FISH GAME ASSN. WEDNESDAY AT 8 P.M. LI. inumuvh run BINGO IN THE NEW EAGLES HALL BLACKOUT 54 NUMBERS FREE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS (4th, 8th and 12th) in 7 Numbers NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 LADIES' AUXILIARY CANADIAN LEGION BINGO Wednesday .at 8 p.m. Will W Air Memorial Hall 1st Game 6th Game 4th Game Jackpot 8th Gamo in 7 Number! If 4lh Game Not Won. 10th Game Blackout 15th Game Blackout for in 50 Numbers or Less Luck Draw Extra Cards Door Prize Standard Games Doubled if Won In 7 Number in first 12 games TICKET GIVEN TO WINNESS OF ALL GAMES EVERYONE WELCOME DATSUN1600 AUTOMATIC It's so good we're thinking of making the stickshift an option There are semi-automatic small cars. There are two-speed automatic small cars. And there are big-car automatic transmissions awkwardly stuffed into small cars. To us, none of these makes sense. Which is why we developed the Datsun 3600 automatic It's a three-speed automatic trans- mission that's designed to work with Datsun 1600's gear ratios. To put it simply, the transmission is en- gineered to match the engine's performance. It sounds logical enough, but it isn't true of every car. We took a lot of trouble to make sure our automatic transmission didn't rob the engine of horsepower. We were careful to see that the difference in gas mileage was hardly appreciable and that Datsonl600's performance remained just as sharp. After all, Datsun 1600 has won more inter- national rallies than any car in its class, so it has a reputation to maintain. An automatic transmission is usually an option We mnke a great sticfcshift, and it sells for a bit less. But in today's traffic conditions, Datsun 1600 automatic makes so much sense, that maybe we ought to make the stickshift the option. DATSUN 1600 AUTOMATIC J2405 Suggested telal! jjfice, port of emry Vancouvor.Monii-cat, Halifax, Plus local SceyourneatbyDatsundealertoday. the more- for-your- money car Want to know what else you get? 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