Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
16 _ THI inHBRlDGE HERALD Friday, Seplembor 24, Lola Lange in city Oct. 5 Mrs. Lola Langc, commis- ings arc with women in the Ca- sioner of the royal commission naclian economy, legal aspects on the status of women, will be in Letlibridge Oct. 5 to at- tend an open meeting with city women to discuss the recom- mendations of the report. The meeting is sponsored by the University of Lethbridge Women's Association and will be held in the faculty lounge on the second floor of the Science Building on the cast campus of the U of L at 8 p.m. The Association has opened up its regular meeting to the public to allow as many peo- ple as possible to meet with Mrs. Lange. Groups and organizations have been inviled to attend this meeting. Further information and arrangements for trans- portation to the university may be made by telephoning 327-1 2391. Mrs. Lange will be the main speaker at a study of the com- mission's report in Calgary Oct. 1-3. Main areas of concern expected to be covered at both Lethbridge and Calgary meet- of marriage end divorce, politi- cal participation and criminal law regarding women offend- ers. Status session set for Oct. 1-3 LOLA LANGE J If t I aiendar of local h Faith Rebekah Lodge will meet Monday at 8 p.m. in the Oddfellows Hall. Visiting Rebe- kahs welcome. K ff Mr. and Mrs. Neil H. Bowles of Atlanta, Georgia are guests in the city. Mr. Bowles will present a free public lecture on Christian Science tonight at 8 at the Lelhbridgc Community College, Kate Andrews Building room 7. Any interested boy or girl age 10-14 may attend a snow- ing of an educational film at George .McKillop School Mon- day at 7 p.m. sponsored by the leaders of Juu'or Forest War- dens and Girl Guards. Further information may be obtained by telephoning 327-4625 until 5 p.m. or 328-4623 after 5. Southminster Junior Girls Choir will practise on Satur- day, from 4-6 p.m. and again on Monday, from 4-5 p.m. The Operetta "Puddin Head" will be presented on Saturday, Oct. 23 and Sunday, Oct. 24 at the Yatcs Memorial Centre. Oper- etta is under the direction of Mrs. Amie Campbell. CALGARY One hundred women will attend a three-day seminar in Calgary during Oc- tober to review the findings and implications of the report of the royal commission on the status of women. The women delegates from Alberta, the Yukon, and the Northwest Territories will at- tend the seminar, "On Being a Woman in Today's Society" to be held Oct. 1-3. The purpose of the seminar js to provide participants with I h e personal experience, in- formation and skills they will need lo interest and stimulate and professional groups and individuals to study and react to the status of wom- en report. Seminar organizers hope that by bringing together partici- pants from a wide variety of geographic locations, b a c k- grounds and interests, dele- gates will belter understand what it means to be a woman in a period of transition and rapid social change. Mrs. Anne Wilson Schaef of Denver, Colorado, will be the major resource person at the seminar. Mrs. Schaef is at pre- sent in private practice as a training consultant. She is par- ticularly active in workshops ana out of- town, The annual memberslu'p tea j family counsellor with Alberta and bake sale of the YWCA NewStart, was recently ap- will be held Tuesday at the' pointed to the Senate of the YW residence, corner of 6th Ave. and 8th St, from p.m. Convener for the tea is Mrs. Bea Beadling. Pourers will be Mrs. R. W. Williams, Mrs. K. Doughty, Mrs. J. Bruchet and Mrs. J. Fairfield with members of the residence and world re- lationship committees actinR as serviteurs. Visiting Lethbridge for the Voice of Alberta Native Women Society's human relations work- shop is Mrs. Bertha Clark of Fort McMurray. Mrs. Clark, a University of Alberta in Edmon- ton. THE WILL TO DO With tremendous effort and determination, a 95-year-old housewife in Carmen, Man- itoba, completed a multi- colored afghan for shipme it overseas through the Unitarian Service Committee. Patterns for afghans and other much needed items are available through UEC headquarters at 5C Sparks Street, Ottawa. that relate to community de- velopment, black-white encoun- ters, and the role of women. Mrs. Lola Lange of Clarcs- liolm, Alberta, a commissioner on the Royal Commission on Lhn Status of Women in Can- ada, will be the keynote speak- er. Organizations sponsoring the seminar include the Alberta Native Women's Association, Calgary Local Council of Wom- en, National Council of Jewish Women, Calgary branch, Ju- nior League of Calgary and Women of Unifarm. Financial assistance for the seminar has been obtained from the Department of the Secretary of State, Government of Alberta, Adult Education Di- vision of the Calgary School Board, General Foods Kitch- ens, and the Sheraton-Summit Inn. All vomen interested in the social, legal and human impli- of the Report on the Status of Women in Canada are invited to attend the seminar. Further information about the seminar and registration proce- dures be obtained from Mrs. Anne Van Heteren (243- 5897) 24 Laxton place, S.W., Calgary, Alberta. Ann Landers MAIL ORDER51 Tick gff the selections you wont and send to us. You'll receive your records for only each. Please add 15c postage on orders and under. I) I- I HEAR THOSE CHURCH BELLS RINGING-The Duik 2. SO AWAY LITTLE GIRL-Donny Osmond 3. MAGGIE TO BELlEVE-Rod Stewort 4. NIGHT THEY DROVE OlD DIXIE DOWN-Joan Baoz 5. SONG OF LOVE-Deloney and Bonnie 6. DO YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN-lee Michaels 7. WONT GET FOOLED AGAIN-The Who J 8. UNCLE ADMIRAL HALSEY-Poul and Linda 9. WHATCHA SEE IS WHATCHA GET-The 10. MEND A BROKEN HEART-The Dee Gees 11. I JUST WANT TO CELEBRATE-Rare Earth [112- DOWN BY THE RIVER-Joey Gregorash SEPTEMBER SPECIALS at LEISTER'S ALL GARNET AMPLIFIERS REDUCED TO CLEAR TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEW MODELS ARRIVING SOON. if COMING EVENTS -fc THE PLAY "YOU NEVER CAN TELL" GEORGE BERNARD SHAW Yates Sept. 25 FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT Presented by the UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY DRAMA SOCIETY Tickets Available At Leister's CJOC RADIO PRESENTS A CONCERT DANCE COMBINATION Sunday, Sept. 26th p.m. Lethbridge Civic Centre Tickets Available a Leister's THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE CONCERT SERIES begins Wednesday, Sept. 29th p.m. Yates Memorial Centre Ticket! Available al toiler's LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE DLDG., LETHBRIDGE NAME DEAR ANN LANDERS: I laughed when I read that you had entered a contest 20 years ago and worked your head off and didn't win anything. I liad better luck than you, Ann. Here's my story. I heard about a contest on the radio and decided to enter. I had to write a letter saying why I thought my mom deserved a dozen roses. Six months passed and I didn't liear anything. I was quite disappointed. A few days later my mom arid I had an argument. She was awfully mad at ir.e. When I came home from school she was all smiles and there was a bouquet of red roses on the piano. The radio station had read my letter on the air and all the neighbors and relatives heard it. Dad got a copy of my letter and took it to work. It was a great day for all of us. So don't give up, Ann. You may hear from them yet. Teen Reader. DEAR READER: After twenty years I think it's safe to assume that I was not a winner. Especially since the first prize was a Hudson sedan and they don't even make 'em anymore. Thanks for writing. V DEAR ANN LANDERS: In the last few months you have printed several letters from women who have lost babies. They have written to teil you some of the thoughtless and hurtful things people have said to them. Last year we lost our first baby in my sixth month of pregnancy. The doctor said it was a blessing because the baby was deformed. I am pregnant again and understandably I am apprehensive. You can't believe the number of people who gone out of their way to say, "I hope this one is all right." Don't these fools realize this is what is on MY mind night nnd day? Why must they bring it up? I know they mean well, but it's so stupid. Print my letter please and tell me, if you can, why people are like this? City DEAR M.C.: Your answer is in your letter. They mean well but they're stupid. Thanks for writing and good luck to you. t, DEAR ANN LANDERS: You outsmarted yourself when you told the man who wrote about going steady with the same girl for 32 years to quit bothering you with phony letters. Again you made a point of the fact that the letter came fron? New Haven and accused the Yalies of playing games. Don't you think anybody in New Haven has real problems? I used to live in that town and I can tell you that there are plenty of mixed-up people there. Do you actually think it's for a couple to go together for ,12 years? U so, you've got a lot to learn. My personal opinion is that anyone writes to you from any- where has got to be Bay DEAR G. B.: You wrote, didn't you? I don't think you're nuts. But then I live in Chicago. What do I know? THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes ADDRESS "You told me you won four dollars in that poker gams, but you keep saying '82 bucks, Wow I1 over and over in your sleep I" ANNE WILSON SCHAEF Home-school association meets Sept. 27 The first meeting of the fall season of the Lethbridge Coun- cil of Home and School Associa- tion will be held Monday at p.m. at Winston Churchill School. The meeting of local repre- sentatives will be preceded by a supper for the executive o[ Area HA, at which rural rep- resentatives (Arm HE) will be reporting on progress made in the past month.? Also at the supper meeting, plans will be made for the yearly Area 11 convention lo be held in Novem- ber, possibly at Lethbridge Col- legiate Institute. Alberta home economists host Japanese trade mission Collins, and a Calgary inlc- EDMONTON The Alberta, While in Alberta, the Japan- home economics laboratory in ese mission visited the grocery the 0 K Longman Building store of one of Edmonton's cle- r parlment stores, an Edmonton was the site of an exotic Japan-1 pocking Lhc ned ese style luncheon for a Ja- i wheel Ranch owned by Mickey panese processed food mission, of Alberta food processing firms and members of the federal department of in- dustry, trade and commerce which brought the mission to Canada lo give Canadian firms .'hance to obtain market data and information on consumer preferences in Japan. It was grated food mamtfacturinE plant. Free recipes for Japanese dishes are available from the Home Economics laboratory, 0. S. Longman Building, GOOD I16lh Street, Edmonton. women challenged 2 world conscience REGINA (CP) Parlicipa- IJ1CJ.C1 C11LI-3 IN liupun- irw.j also attended by the new involvement were key vincial ministers of agriculture for the delegates lo and industry, the Hon. Hugh lh? meeting of the Calh- Hornor and the Hon. Fred Pca-j ollc Women's League of Canada being held here. cock. The meal consisted of a wide All seven members of a panel selection of Alberta products j used these words in telling dele- that either lend themselves to gales how [hey could best em- lie Japanese style of cooking ploy the theme message of the jr arc known lo appeal lo the convention: "Women of hope." Japanese consumer. Dishes "You challenged us lo bring eluded pork okazu, sukiyaki made with pork, a prime rib roast of beef, ham and bacon, processed meals including party egg malange, wieners, hope to change the conscience cirssions such as work, pray, love and hope. "Those are the words we live she said. Twenty-lwo resolutions, call- ing for action against liberaliza- tion of the abortion laws, for stronger legislation to prevent child maltreatment and beating, for reforms in some television programs and advertising have been prepared by the executive for discussion. of the said Anrjeline During the weekly sessions, Lucas of Saskatoon, former pro- vincial prcsidenl. Meg Bemier of SI. Louis, frozen trench fries and potatoes; Sask., urged that young people made up from potato granulars. j lie welcomed into the league. The mission included renre- She also urged league members sentalh BS o[ Vhe Canadian em-1 to go out and work with young hassy in Tokyo and managers I people's groups, of Japanese department store; Mary Dobcll of Toronto, na- chains and super markets. Al-1 tional church life convenor, said berla luncheon delegates in- i that she was exeitecl by the use eluded representatives from a of four-letter words in the dis- large Edmonton depart- ment store, an Edmonton pack- ing plant, a honey processing j company, an egg processor, a potato processor, a biscuit man- ufacturer and an Alberta dis- tillery. Harry Hargrave, Alber- ta's marketing commissioner, chaired the luncheon which was designed to show the variety j and ranee of agricultural pro- ducts available for export and j to give processed food repre- sentatives in this province a chance to meet their Japanese counterparts. President Iphigenie Arsenault of Charlotletown asked all mem- bers who had not yet written a letter lo the prime minister as part of Project to do so. Project seeks lo have all those who agree that abor- tion is murder of the unborn child, lo wrilc letters which are to be presented by a league del- egation to the federal govern- ment in October. CASH BINGO ST. 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