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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Studies continue on status report OTTAWA (CP) The federal has given a de- tailed accounting of its actions fo lessen discrimination against women, listing steps that have been taken to meet 111 specific recommendations in the 1970 re- calendar of local ings Parents Without Partners will meet tonight at Immanuel Lutheran Church at for a general business meeting and a discussion of the children's Easter party. The Alberta United Music League Society, a non-profit group of businessmen and mu- sic teachers will present a con- cert by students of the United Conservatory of Music at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Yates Memorial Centre. The aim of the society is to present as many musical children to ble.- as possi- The Girl Guides of Canada will hold an annual dinner meeting at 6 p.m. Friday. April 13, at Sven Erickson's Family Restaurant. Several local wom- en will be presented with guid- ing awards for long or unusual service on this occasion. The Midnight Squares will hold a regular dance Friday at p.m. in the Fort Macleod elementary school. Round dance practice will be at 8 p.m. Women are aked to please bring a box lunch and cups. Everyone welcome. South-minster Circle Square Dance ulub vrill host the South- ern Alberta Square Dance As- sociation Saturday at p.m. in Southminster hall for the spring festival. AH square danc- ers welcome, women ste ask- ed to please bring a box lunch. The officers and members of Dominion Rebekah Lodge are invited to the annual banquet and roll call of Faith Rebekah Lodge, to be held Monday in the Oddfellows Hall. Oddfellows, Rebekahs and friends are reminded of the card party to be held Tuesday at p.m. in the Oddfellows Hall. The regular monthly meeting of Vasa Lodge No. 579 will be held Sunday at p.m. Hos- tesses are Ingrid Erickson, Fern Field, Kay Holte, Lorraine Larter, Marjorie McLean and Martin Pederson. port of the royal commission on the status of women. The accounting came in the form of written answers to questions by Frank Howard On some recommendations, no concrete action had been taken. On the recommendation that abortion by a qualified medical practitioner be allowed on the request of any woman less than 12 weeks pregnant, the govern- ment said it is giving no consid- eration to changing present laws, which require a woman to get the approval of a hospital board before having an abor- tion. Mr. Howard asked also about the recommendation that the three-year separation require- ment for a divorce be reduced to The reply: "Consideration is being given to this recommendation along with other proposed amend- ments to the Divorce Act. It is probable that amendments to the Divorce Act will not be pro- posed until after a report on the act has been received from the law reform commission of Can- ada." STUDY PUBLICATIONS In another reply, the govern- ment said the public service commission is monitoring the text and illustrations of its pub- lications to ensure there is no "sex-typing" of occupations. An example of sex-typing would be always showing one sex in pho- tographs of a particular occupa- tion. The government also said it has met the recommendation that at least 10 per cent of per- sonnel in the career-assignment program (CAP) be women. CAP is the usual route to higher i positions in the civil service. Studies were under way on how women might be employed as regular members of the RCMP. The armed forces had opened many job categories to women, although not in combat Canadian Forces policy was not to force a woman out of the armed forces when she has a child, the government said in reply to another question. The woman would be released only at her own request "or where there is a clear indication that her retention will conflict with service requirements." A bingo will be held in the Scandinavian Hall tonight at 8 p.m. This week's jackpot is Everyone welcome. ana of to Friday, 4, 1973 THI 1ETHMIDGE HERALD -17 Excited children enjoy competition By JUDE TUR1C Herald Staff Writer Endless rows of little beads bobbing between theatre seats gave the appearance of a sea of anticipation. Some were already veterans of the music festival, having participated when they were in Grade 2. Others were experi- encing the fun, excitement and seph's School, Coaldale, were i waiting for the shuffle of feet to stop, the adjudicator to sig- nal his readiness, and Sister Yvonne to start them on the trek up to the stage, to com- pete in the folk song chorus. Comments from the children were general, ranging from sure hope we win we came in third this to "we have a choir in school too. but we couldn't enter because of the Christine i strike Cind said she Iiked the fegti. tension for the first time. K a t h y %ostiuk, Hranac, Cindy Virginillo and Kenora Roth had all been ya, it's a good way for through the pre-perf ormance t t t te h jitters before: and had already t f completed one entry earlier on Iront Ol in the day. Learning to listen to notes Li VilC WOJ 'At Al_ Now, the children of SI. Jo-, sing with the music were fit 4-rt aninvrt tirniiA important to Kenora. while oth- er children in the chorus just "like to be in the festival.'' While waiting to be called for their number, they explained they hadn't been working on their song "for very long be- cause we just got back to school." After a few short minutes on stage, with mouths opening wide to sound the vowels, and eyes following Sister's hand di- rections, they returned to their seats ,_ t kjg gjgj, jggjj Supermarkets are raising prices i f C6indf out sr confirmed it with "boy I m glaa Price freeze possible BRANTFORD. Ont. impose a compulsory price freeze. Elaine Collett, food edi- tor of Chatelaine, a Canadian women's magazine, suggested here. She made the comment m a 10-minute question-and-answer session following her address to a meeting of 400 women organ- ized by the women's advisory committee of the Ontario minis- try of industry and tourism. Her mention of a possible compulsory which she prices did not enlarge in response to a woman who asked: "Why did all the food prices go up at that's Sister leaned and asked one big-eyed girl: "do you know you sang a She grinned sheepishly and shook her head. Sister smiled. The adjudication was good, with chorus members com- mended on their vital tone, bright and shimmering style. good chording and singing in tune. Many of the children kept their fingers crossed in their laps: some held hands and sat straight up, listening for the final mark. It all worked. Look ma. lie's for reall Touring around Ag-Expo, Marian, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kovac of 2318 23 Ave. S., spied this loveable little pony, and clambered up onto a chair to make friends. The pony find a new home with some lucky child tonight, following a draw sponsored by the Southern Alberta Exhibitors Association. They placed t I first, with a mark of 86: and Miss Collett noted thai other clapped loucUv when the scroll baa increased along wafven youngster from ou t Life is drab for Cuban women wn By MARGARET NESS HAVANA, Cuba (CP) Sharing pouring honors at the i The women's liberation move- d key Ladies annual spring tea and bake sale to be presented by the women of McKillop United Church, Sat- urday April 14, from 2 to 5 p.m. will be Mrs. Juline Underdahl. Mrs. F. M. Pritchard: Mrs. K. R. Mills. Mrs V. Stewart. Mrs. J. C. Innes and Mrs. W. Hooper. Greeting guests during the n will hold a bake sale Tuesday. April 19 from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. at the Centre Village Mall. All minor hockey mothers are asked to contribute if possible. McKillcp United Church wom- en will sponsor a spring tea and bake sale Saturday. April derson, Mrs. D. K. Walker, Mrs. H. Filmer, Mrs. R. Heden- strom, Mrs. -1. G. Baker: Mrs. R. F. Sewers, Mrs. S. K. Sproul, and Mrs. N. H. I Quick. Servers .include: Mrs. M. D. Rombough, Mrs. G. Watts. Mrs. P. Dodds, Mrs. L. Carefoot. Mrs. C. R. Foiry, Mrs. C. Ro- ment has not reached Cuba. But the minister of light in- dustry is a woman. There is also a Cuban Women's Federation, set up by the government in 1960. It now has a national member- ship of A booklet prepared by the information department of the ministry of foreign relations says the federation "has co- operated actively in the edu- cational advancement of peas- ants and domestic servants, in the preparation of health as- sistants and program direc- tors, the incorporation of women into work and has mo- bilized its membership for voluntary agricultural tasks." 14 from 2 to 5 p.m. in the. charch hall. Everyone wel-j come PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. Inflation Egypt the supervision of the Canadian Girls in Training. EASTER PERM SPECIALS COMMENCING APRIL 10 THRU AWMl 2B Reg. NOW 17.50 Reg. 15.00 Reg. 12.50 Reg. 10.00 Under 14 years of age 8.00 For Appointment Phone D J Koirstyling Solon Ltd. 506-4th Ave S same: Airs. H. A. Madill. Mrs. J. i Sherman, Mrs. C. F. L. Hasr- ard. Mrs. E. Schwalder. Mrs. R. H. Thornton. Mrs. P. Prate; Mrs. A. L. Wadstein. Mrs. J. G. Baker. Mrs. H. Kirchner, j JMrs. D. M. McKay, Mrs. J. jlJJ JReed and Mrs. E. H. Myers. Liska and Robin units will con-} vene the tea tables, with the- CAIRO (AP, _ Egyptian Kilmer aad Sewers unto in j housev.ives are oavins about charge of the bake table. j cent mcre than a A nursery wfll be provided: year ago and can it IrtOT" ttia glirxai 4 I I legally only four dajs a week, i The price cf milk ras by nearly SO per cent and fish coris a4- much as it did last year I But relief may he conung. j To head off further increases j in the cost of living, the govern- ment is expected to impose far- reaching price controls in the comng Presidenl Anwar Sadat has notified his new cab- inet thai it ha? !wo month? !o clear up he calls the "people's problems." which most shoppers wou'd agree in- clude inflation In an anti-inflalaon move last" Sunday, the government order- ed cut? of 30 to 40 per cent in some clothing reducing them So what on the first day of the year Along with curriing the j govemrnenS is expected lighten control over tion of food have been reduced hy crop- damaging winter wealher and population growth Housewives already are w-ed lo restrictions including Jhc meatless days and rationing Ration cards been used here since Wi- when was stall a British pro-teclorate. for such hasac items as sugar. 'krtehao oil and kwosene. Tt also plans and operates the nursery schools which provide day care for children of working mothers- Women mostly do clerical work and the less strenuous jobs in factories. In a cigar factory visited in Havana there were more women than men, sorting and stripping the leaves and hand-rolling the more expensive cigars. They sat in rows at long tables under good electric lighting. To break the monotony, read- ers are supplied or sometimes musicians play and sing on the raised platform at the front of the largest room or stroll through the other rooms. At the town of Cardenas near Varadero Beach, women work at the light jobs in the group if allied factories based on the sugar cane. Cuba's one has a ration card. The stores are pitifully empty. At one general merchandise store customers line up out- side the door on a Saturday afternoon and only 2 small number are allowed in at a time to shop for the few items on the shelves. Men and women lined up for half a block to buv a small ers are permitted to retire at 45 if they so wish. But with the average monthly wage at 150 pesos (about not many can afford that luxury. The compulsory retirement age is 60 for men and 55 for women. All workers are enti- tled to one month's vacation a year. The work week is 5" 2 prices iiaa increased, v.ith salaries, and said. dustry has warned labor of the ad v'ancing prices and blames it on labor demands." Asked her opinion of the cur- rent meat boycott organized by a small Toronto group calling themselves Women Against Soaring Prices, Miss Collett i said: "You can boycott any- thing you want, but by doing this you discourage the food producers." She suggested that anyone planning a boycott should first give serious thought to all pos- sible developments resulting from their actions. "Why do women boycott asked Miss Collett. "Why not cars, appliances and other In between classes, the group stood in what passed for uni-, son. whispered goodbyes and filed out smiling and giggling happily. For these youngsters, the fes- tival had been a great success: a bit of fun, happiness and praise and already thoughts were turning to next year and the possibility of an even great- er triumph. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Meehonk Capitol Furniture Bldg PHONE 328-7684 cup of coffee. Cosmetics, tooth da-vs' from a-m- to paste, paper tissues, all the things Canadians take for granted, are hard to find or non-existent. Housing is so scarce that people cannot move to better quarters even if they had the money. The once privately-owned, elegant three- and four-storey arcaded houses fronting the bay now are heart-breakingly neg- lected. LACK PAINT A 1960 built suburb, called SEE THE AMAZING 4-WAY 7ORWERK The cleaner that will revolutionize house cleaning FAIRFIELD APPLIANCE SERVICES LTD. 1244 3rd AVE. i. PHONE 327-4070 main industry. These are a j East Havana, with a popula- sugar refinery, alcohol distil- lery and candy factory. Woman's lot in Cuba is a drab cne. Ccasumer goods are scarce, so roost things are ra- tioned, including meat. Even-- UteeWhimsv CASH BINGO ST. BASH'S HAU-Cor. 13th St. and N. FRIDAY, APRIL 6th O'CLOCK 4th and 8th Games in 7 NUMBERS-12th Garni 5 CARDS FOR CM 25c EACH BLACKOUT JACKPOT NUMBERS IUCKY NAME DRAW WORTH UICKY NUMBER DRAW WORTH Penom Under ST. IASIL-S MEN'S CUM r3-'r' tion of 60.000 has a number of tail apartment buildings but poor construction and an ob- vious lack of re-painting since erection has resulted in a for- lorn, uncared-for look. There's hardly a building or house in central Havana, except for a few government ones and the university, that does not need a ne-.v paint job. School children musl con- tribu'.e working hours to the community. For example, secondary schools in the coun- try give certain morning hours to help the fanners, ft might before classes to feed chickens at a chicken farm. CiSy secondary schools must give 45 days a year to com- m u n i 1 T work. The trtsok school moves out lo a projecl. helping in Ihe fields or fac- tory. The pupils are and fed by the government. School and books are free up to and including university. Education is compulsory At ace young people musl start unless going on for higher education Work- i 321-MSO THE TA8ER JAPANESE BUDDHIST CHURCH Presents A Cinema Double Sunday, April 8 2 p.m. Featuring Paramount Cinema Theatre "Battle of the Japan Sea" "Urban Garbage Collector" EVERYONE WELCOME BAKER'S FABRIC CENTRE SALE EFFECTIVE NOW THRU APRIL 14th SEW and SAVE! POLYESTER and SILK Ideal for Pont Suits, Slacks, Shorts and all Summer Wear Geometric Design 4.9S Houndstooth Design Regular 6.98 ......SALE STRIPED WAFRE DESIGN POLYESTER tea. SAU ftEGISTXATtONS FOR OUR SEW and STRETCH CLASSES new feting held. wrakt wotting Men., Apr. 9th. Monday and Tvrsdoy 7 9 p m PUASt IN STORS JUST ARRfVEO NEW SEERSUCKER Popular again tor Spring, in polyester and cotton. BAKER'S FABRIC CENTRE ;