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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE IETHDRIDCE 1IERMP Monday, 10. 1973 women (J available iu bull (AP) A woman. Thc nearest Ihing lo a (he bull in modern bullfighting, not, says Angela Her- Camino has appeared in is a same -vi.tti Miss care ban in Spain againsl dcz she fic.hts from a women fighting bulls on foot. horse. She lias been a is part of Ilia dora filling from j-wotncn's liberation back- -since she was nine. Hut sic says. she is nol allowed lo dismount. "Women should have the and kill Ihe Inill at Ihc end depriving thc rights as men, including licr male counterparts do. fiKliling bulls in public. Why Miss Hernandez, however, can'l I do wauls lo forjjcl about torses A 23-year-old blonde, Miss all together nnd fight on has rocked tbe because "that's where CALGARY (CP) standard above the experience o( caring further by money is who oppose day care centres own children is in no she intends lo take She thinks she will be are only depriving Hie this is the cnse equivalent oT caring for case lo tbc Spanish Su- added draw lo any male and rot. keeping (lie mothers al home, a meeting of Albert a home economists were told the statistics indicate that women arc returning to work in increasing numbers and by not providing adequate, d a 20 children all o[ thc same age and all from extremely varying Cowl, if necessary. fight card. Most bnllfifililers, managers Up lo women in Spain anil fans think she hasn't got could fight bulls on foot. Tho a chance. dictatorship of Primo do the we are clcarlv not keeping 1U1SS Camino, president of crn ordered a ban lhat Norma MaLhcson, day care consultant for Calgary, in thc home hnt we cd care cclltrcs arc com' may he denvinq adequate care ,mon m Hie UiiiUrt Stales and lo a lol of children liavr sPrcad tn Winnipeg Spanish Bullfighters' As- until 10.11, when tbe Rcpubli-socialion, says he is all for can government restored Ihe women having equal rights, rtRht. But thc government the city has Toronlo. Une of the myths about I repeat women Gen. Francisco Franco spaces for more than preschool children of working mothers and thc situation is lhat it, lends lo family breakdown because thc mother con go lo work, she (in (he U.S. franchises) ranges from pure custodial to child development fight, bulls because a celled it al Ihe start of (ho bullfighter is and should be a Spanish civil war in 1936 and man." it has remained the same across (they arc) _ _ In I3G7, federal statistics s lowed lhat one in five breakdown by relieving certain physical and on the upper class day care CLEANING ers with children under 14, on family life such as of the child women, were w here the orienletl programs (TTJ rf Some of the women work shifts in order lo staff and appeal lo PER LB. choice rather than lor thc because of the THE per order she said, but in one myths were that teaching gear they out of 10 in Canada the woman is the sole wage earner programs produce children who are frustrated has real sales appeal for the parents as it is DUCK DRY (here are more in M'hich she said, and (hat (caching children to read 13ih ST. 327-2770 molher works to hring the can look after children. an early _ __ M NEW EXECUTIVE ElECTED At Ihe annual three-day conversion held in Lelhbridge the lollcr part of last week, the Public Health Association selected a new ex- ecutive. Lefl to righl: Dr. K. Adler. Fort Mack-ad Health Unit, chairman of medical health offices: Professor Harding Le Riche of Ihc Toronto Schocl of Hygiene, a visiting pancU ist al the rnoelino; and Dr. A. A. Byrne, medical hcnllh officer for tethbridge, vice presi- dent. Kerber Pholo Pensioners' [ICrl VitlCS "When the YWCA was bon those al thc Civic Ccnlrc arc gas lamps were lighting city this v, c-ck's Tho annual banquet of the strccls find wore considered Jn full swing are: tiny Original Pensioners and ullininlt! in illumination, creative movement, junior Citizens Society will be held live in an atomic e'ymnastEcs, p.m., Tuesday, April 1R, at -space or ciistancc are no bar keep fit nnd swim, mixed Svcn Enckscn's Family Res- riers. oyball, Indoor-Outdoor at rant. We are confronted with new i islniclion. R y n Fcatuml mil be versions of old problems In nized swimming, Mr John-, ton and musi- thc 1'va-v wc Vlilh lncm nns adult guitar, Blue L-a cnterlairmicnt will he pro- changed. have creator an.clcs, junior drama, Y ctj 'knowledge, deeper insights, dif- and Mom and Me City buses 1 and 1A will lake jasscngcrs to the restaurant. Members needing trfinsporla-ion home arc asked lo ITIC.MS I.MI'OHT.A.VfK: But through all llic thaiifjini; 1 To Staii vSoon a structure of Hie vnirs. iun> r.ov: antl exciting session of our purpose to build an as- classes is pronnscrl ivith socirtion of f.'irls antl women in, the roUnn nf 327-6PCH for reservations. A nominal charge is made we can develop ova- full- Hearing who has hecn studying esl potential a.s Chrislian citi- j al thc Ashram in his service. Other activities for members include cards in Uym 2 at Ihc Civic vSporh Centre each Monday afternoon and in Room 1 each Thursday afternoon. Thc club's penoral ..meeting s held the fourth niphl of each mnnlb. and find a of life in Hay. B.C. for fnrthcr an-which can v.aik joyously loimt'omcnt concerning the and confidently as children of new Classes. God." President, Y A. Nc-.v To You tlie YWCA of Canada. sponsored shop is doing well Perhaps now lhat the snow lhanks lo thc generous dona-snow and cold weather Fire ions nf clothing and household creeping away. can sellfc wares, down lo .1 warm, relaxct Any furlher donations meetings iiio linki thc seconr nnd Fourth Fridays of each month, 2-1 p.m. in Gym clothing or household items or Aflcr the Easter break. Ihc volunteer help will be grate-YWCA programs will continue fully Thc shop pon.si oners also bow! every Tuesday afternoon. Anyone wishing further infer malion about the club is asked 10 phone 323-67G5, a regular basis starling tn- is npcn me to five every riay f ay. except .Sunday nnd the phone All programs in thc com- number to call for further in-munity and (he schools plus- formation is 1976 or t J Hi! Calendar of- local F Wfj, Chapter. Beta programs will he will hold a supper mealing Kiinling, by Mrs. L c n 0 r Svcn Kncksen's I'amily Fletclier, and tools for the al p.m. of lite-lhoiifjht, by Mrs. ay. L.A. TO i Chapter, Beta Siijriii The literature department SB n R n will meet at B p.m. Tuc.s- Ihc MaShesi.s Club will mecl JO) EJ u5? in the home of Mrs. I.eiirire 11.111. Tuesday in Ihe Coaldale. of Mrs. E. C. 11 Davis, Moniloy, Apr. Mrs. Joanne Kinder. T.MJ Manr.r, 'Jlli Avc. JACKPOT Beta vSigm.i "50 ALARM will nu-et al p.m. Cold Card Pay at Ihe old Fort Whoop- Door Prize-Free Buildinf; near Ihc l.cth- (Many cllior extras) Renu.-ur Corrli 25c 2 idge Community College. Tiic program, pictures, will be S for by Mrs. I3cv Perkins Protoarh lo Cancor Mrs. Marge- Sanforrl. Mcel- I3lh Si. nnd 6lh Avn. 'A' lunch will follow in (he No children under 16 THURS.-8 of Mrs. Bcv Park. 12 Ave. S. Co hostesses are BINGO RAINBOW HALL 5th Sandra Radcliflo and Mrs. Carolyn Tucker. TUESDAY, APRIL lllh nl B Ogclcn Unil nl Sooth- Firsl Jatkpol SBO in 59 Noi., 2nd Jackpot 560 In 57 UCW will meet al the Free Carcji and 25t per Card, 5 Cardi SI of Anne Holfc, 162-1 0 3 Fres Gomc-i Door Priie No Children Under 16 S., at p.m. Tuesday. Sponsored By A.U.U.C. Nu Chapter, Beta Sigma UKRAINIAN GREEK-ORTHODOX CHURCH will hold its model on Tuesday at p m., in Cor. 13lh Slresl rnd 7lh Avenue home of Mrs. Phyllis Hall, PUBLIC 27 .St. S. Mrs. Rolla Cham-bcr.s v.ill present the program, EVERY TUESDAY DOOR PRIZE FREE CARDS FREE GAMES BINGO CARDS 25c EACH 5 CARDS SI. Kla Chapter members of Beta Phi will be BLACKOUT IN 60 NUMBERS OR their next meeting this Tuesday, April lllh. at (Juckpol Incnaiel IS r.l Ihe home of Mrs. S, S25 JACKPOT in 7 Numberi or of 519 1Mb Street Three levcn number! or leu Jackpot The programme will be Sony No person under 16 yean of age by Mrs. Douglas Robinson. What's taken the financial crunch out of car injuries? Your new Alberta Automobile insurance Plan. Alberta's new Accident Benefits Insurance means quick compensation when people are hurt in an automobile accident. Starting April 1, these Accident Benefits are an automatic supplement to the liability portion o( your automobile insurance. And liability insurance in Alberta is now compulsory so virtually everyone is prelected. The cost is low and the benehts are big. Here's how it works: People who can no longer work because of an accident receive cash payments after the first week; dependents of people killed in accidents receive prompt cash payments; passengers are covered; so are pedestrians. It doesn't matter who was to blame lor the accident. In most cases you deal with your own insurance company. Ask your insurance agent or company for full delails about the new Alberta Insurance Plan benefits. You'll feel a whole lot belter, just knowing you have thorn. insurance explained Please send me a copy of D Car Insurance Explained D Alberla Insurance Plan NAME___......... ADDRESS______ ._______ Mail to: Insurance Explained P.O. Box 192, Edmonton, Alberta T5J 2TO CITY PROVINCE. insurance Bureau of Canada Representing General Insurance Companies ;