Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 3, 1967 · Page 30
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 30

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Club Calendar ALPHA Sigma Chapter, Epsilon Sigma Alpha, 8 p.m., Executive Towers, election ot officers, Mrs. Marvin Shield, chairman. ARIZONA Retired Teachers Association, Central Area, 2 p.m., First Christian Church, 6700 N. 71h Ave. Dr. Irma Wilson, chairman: Dr. Lesler S. Perril, speaker. BETA Sigma Phi, Psi Chapter, 8 p.m., home of Mrs. Joan Mackerl, -1(i27 N. 30th Drive; Mrs. Forrest Jones, speaker. BETHEL No. 7, International Order of Job's Daughters, 7:30 p.m., Scottsdale Masonic Lodge. GOLDEN Desert Lodge No. 5215, Ladies Society of Hie Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Engine-men, 7:30 p.m., Camelhack Women's Club, !!!!02 E. Indian School Road. i'HOKNIX Piiiiholli-nic Association, 7:-ir> p.m., home of Mrs. William Ik-illy, 1512-1 N. 2nd St. VILLAGE Tillers Garden Club, 7:45 p.m.. home of Mrs. Severin Barstad, (5732 E. Cypress, Scotlsclalc: Russell Otto, speaker. Election of officers. -Advertisement- HOW DO YOU BEAT THE BLUES? The bfuei often hit you hardest during certain timet. of the day, week or year. Read when these lows occur, and what positive Ueps can help you feel better. Just one of 41 articles and features in the April Digest. Get your copy today. READER'S DIGEST Sister Predicts Greater Role for Catholic Women By MARIE H. WALLING Republic Religion Editor With a confident smile, Sister Laurenlia Digges predicted last week that in the future, women will have a much greater role in the Roman Catholic church than they have had. The tiny five-foot nun, author of several books, was in Phoenix to visit her mother, Mrs. Mary Digges. "In some ways, I think we have tended to emphasize women too much in our society," declared Sister Laurenlia, S h c admitted having a "thing" about women in the role of priest and would prefer not to sec them laking holy orders. "Women and men should be complementary." She added, "I'm very big on rights for women, though." The nun said she believes women will "definitely have more influence in determining canon law that affects women. "Women in the church have been ruled by men for centuries!" However, the canon law which demands celibacy of nuns should not be changed to a voluntary law, she believes. Recently, the laws of celibacy governing priests have been challenged by men both inside and outside the clergy. No such challenge has been made in behalf of nuns. "What's the point of it?" asked Sisler Laurentia. She noted that there are ample opportunities for women who wish to marry to undertake the same kinds of commitment to service that nuns do. "The basic thing about the sisterhood is the community life, which is impossible without celibacy." The perl, nun approves of Republic Photos By Forrest Stroup Reward Yourself open a GOLDEN PASSBOOK ACCOUNT EARN 5% DAILY INTEREST HW LONG MILS? Now you can h«v» i^EW (ong, lovely F>*rman*nt naili Wonderful new plastic base makes a beautiful nail in just three minutes! Kot a temporary "p.tMc-on", but a nail that you nuke yourself. Mixture flows on quickly and h.irdens to a suon» beautiful nail. Very simple to use. Full instructions in each kit. Get LONG NAILS at your i'avonte cosmetic counter. 1.95 and 2.95 plus tax, "In both marriage and the religious vocalion, it is always hard to commit ourselvrs permanently, to toss our life liglitltcartcn'ly into a commitment— and !rave it there." much of the updating of the Roman Catholic Church. "We have made several changes in my community," she noted. "For example, we pray where and when we wish, except for Holy Office. We can travel alone instead of with another sister.'' While she believes .some modification of nuns' habits Haircul Ends Note Passing HAMBURG, Germany (WNS)—Horst Meierhoff, 24, has gone back to a crew cut after having worn long blond locks for six months. He Jives in an apartment across the street from a businessman's hotel and says that too many notes were slipped under his door suggesting dinner dates. "Obviously they spied on me at a distance and mistook me for a girl," he- said. might be wise, she is not in favor of radical change. "We never worry about being molested, even when we're doing service work in the toughest slums. The habit seems to call for reverence automatically. "Besides," noted the vivacious nun, "people always come up to us to talk about their problems. They recognize that I am a nun and believe f am a person they can , trust, who's not out for myself." The dropout rate among nuns has increased markedly in the past decade, and the number of women and girls entering the sisterhoods has decreased. Sister Laurentia bel i e v e s this is because "everything is in a state of transition. Today there are so many possibilities for what a woman can do with her life. "The unrest is reflected, also, in the climbing divorce rate," she noted. "In both marriage and the religious vocation, it is always hard to commit ourselves permanently, to toss our life lightheartedly into a commitment — and leave it there." Nevertheless, the general unrest is healthy, she believes. DRY CLEANING SPECIAL: fret Pickup & Dalivary . Throughout During April Th , Va ,,. y Ladiet & Mens SLACKS 59' Phone AL 3-5175 333 N. 7th Ave. 4 DRY UEAVINt OMM. KNITTERS! Bernal's New Collon — Silk Yarn Opal Tweed (Jewel colors) Spec. — Mohairlalnc Shell Pak, rog. $5.50 Alterations — Instruction — Blockins $liZ9 Skn. S I iZ9 Skn. $3,49 Mall Orders CAIYIELBACK KNITTING SHOP ARIZONA'S LARGEST YARN SHOP «1? 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Her latest book, Adam's Haunted Sons (Macrnillan), is a dramatic retelling in human terms, of the stories of several Old Testament figures. The lyric style "aims to banish fear and boredom" in Bible reading, "to share with others the fascination of the most famous book in the world with its tremendously vital human characters." 16 Jhe Arizona He-public Phoenix, Mon., April .1, 19fi7 SPECIAL THIS WEEK Plain—Men't ind SUITS ~99 C Ctrtfully CLEANED, AND PRESSED MAISON BERNARD HAIR STYLIST 4969 N, Central c*£?i\ MD AM 4-9221 "Now open 7 A.M. to Midnight" PERMANENT WAVE If you ipsnd $15$20 or $25 you cannot get a better permanent! ALWAYS THE SAME PRICE No Appointment Ntctisary INCLUDES HAIR CUT SHAMPOO COMPLETE STYLE SET n- nee NOW OPEN Presenting . . . quality women's apparel at BARGAIN PRICES Straight half & petite lizet in dresses, tuits and iporliwear. 112 W. FIFITH AVE. 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