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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THF HEKAID 13 TO ATTEND WORLD CONFERENCE Laurie Ellis, (far righl) will be ollcnding a Girt Guide World conference to be held in York University, Toronto, Ihis summer. She is from Champion and a Universily of lelhbrldge student. National volunteer bureau would be resource centre She is o member of Ihc First Chinook Area Cadels, which formed in fall ot 1971. Olher Chinook Cadels are, lo right, Cheryl Adams, Champion; Linda McGarva, Pinchor Creek, and Mary Jo Schill, New Dayion, Phil Foulds Photo TORONTO (Cn The; peo- ple run volunlccf bureaus arc Irving lo organize a na- tional association nf bureaus and similar agencies. Muriel Casey says Ihc idea oul of infonnaJ conversa- tions a man ft colleagues. A pre- liminary meclim; lias hn.cn held and a steering com mil tec set up to draft goals and a con- stitution. IE (here is enough in- IcL-cst, an organizational tneel- iup may be held next Ml. Mrs. Casey is tin-color of the Central Volunteer Bureau in Toronto. She says: Ihtnk volun- teering is just at (lie hreaking- ouL stage. There are so many human services that arc going to have to go on in this coun- try. There isn't the money lo pay for them, and Uiey don't all require a professional." She Fays broad aims for the proposed association were con- sidered at the first meeting. IL is hoped a national group would improve recognition of (lie work o[ (.lie bureaus and the value of volunteer effort. It would provide channels for i communication, among the 1m- rcaus and w i I ti the govern- i merits. -ation 35... J, n ano oul getting her ft to keep her COWfliftl lit I.'ODJC, Meeting lime for Southrnins- Icr UCW are as follows: Susan Galbraith: Wednesday at p.m. at the home of Mrs. .1. A. McKcmlry, 150-1 Ctti S.; Tuesday Evening: Tuesday ill E p.m. al the home of Mrs. II 302 24th SI. S.: llicrc will a film discussion on cancer, visitors welcome. Alma Buchanan: Wednesday at p.m. al (lie homo of Mis A. Dulf. 83.1 ]2th St. S.; Ellen Dcnoon: Wednesday at 3 p.m. at the home of Mrs. C. Goiter, 1265 5lh Ave. A S.; Grace Marshall: Wednesday nt p.m. at the home of Mrs. G. L. Dafoc, JI22 17tli St. A S.: Ogrlra Unit: Tuesday at p.m. at Ihe home of Mrs. A. Rose, 1624 9lh Ave. S. HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effect! CALL 328-28GO FOR PICKU? SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 Isl AVE. S. "Plecise Don'I Eat The Daisies" SPRING TEA and BAKE SALE FIRST UNITED CHURCH APRIL 12 P.M. Tickets 50c and 25c Nuriery Available By JUTIATK KAZICKAS NEW YORK (AP) If n woman can carry a baby, Ihe groceries or Hie office files, can slle carry a rifle in com- bat as well? Women's fitness for tbe battlefield comes up (or new debate now t b a I an amend- ment lo the United States constitution granling women equal rights Jias been passed by Congress. If ratified by 38 sl.ile.5, it will in .ike women subject to the militarv draft anil possibly combat duty. Tbe official military posi- tion is a cautions one. In a recent statement, Brij'.-Gen. Mildred C. Bailey, director ot i Ihe U.S Women's Army 1 Corps, declined to sperulate on what combat duties wom- en in tbe. army might lie as- signed. "However, T am sore that Ihe army would be guided by the same fundamental policy j Ilial it now uses in assign- j mcnt of duties lo men, whicb is that duties assigned must be cormnensnrale wilh each i n d i v i d u a I's physical one] menial said Gen. Bailey. Vrivalely. some male sol- diers say they'd really ralher let the men throw the gren- ades and build the bunkers. Some psychialrists, how- ever, see no reason why women, simply because Ibcy arc female, can't be Irained to kill. "Women don't take lo kill- Ing comfortably, but Iben no mie really doe s." says Dr. Leon Salzman, a clinical pro- fessor of psychiatry at (lie Albert Einslein medical school in New York. "I think women would make very cf- feclivc killers if Ihey get Ihe same kind of training our Vietnam soldiers do. FOR THE for LADIES' O HCF.L HUGGCR O SCI BY O PAVCL GOLD CROSS A A A U tr. P O AA n R lo 1 J for MEN HART MACrARLAMf SAVAGE RAMP AA to F lo I 4 OPEN All DAf WEDNESnfVY THURSDAY Till 9 PM. for TEENERS O HUSH PUPPIES OOMPHIES WOOU.EY R OS IT A. AA 1 1 for CHILDREN BUSTER BROWN SAVAGE CLASSMATE A fo D "I have never believed iha( women by i li c i r nature are snfler or more sentimental. It really is a matter or c- u 11 11 r a I (raining. Women rould be trained just like men to despise and kill Ihe enemy." WOMEN GOOD SHOTS Professional soldiers arRue tha( women simply haven't the physical strength for en- duriug CO rl a y s in the field with M pound packs on llicir harks. Saliman agrees, but adds, "Most mortem weap- onry requires simply pressing n button. Women have proved lo be Fitie mavksincti and have good co-ordination. They also s c c in lefs 50 JACKPOT _ 5lS GAME (X) 10th GAME JACKPOT IN 43 NUMBERS MEMORIA1 HALL PUBLIC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY IOUNGE Children under 16 not nlloweri hy todies Auxiliary (o Cnnnrlian tngion BONNIE BELL 1006 LOTION One B-oi, hoiilc oncl "JC One 2-oz. hoflle for only THAT'S MY COLOR" (HAIR COLOURING) Reg. 2.25 SPECIAL C-2 PAIN TABLETS 100's SINHIAC .99 PER CAS5 DESERT FLOWER CREAM ANTIPERSPIRANT 1 FOR THE PRICE OF 1 Reg 3.58 OUR PRICE .63 VASEUNE (INTtNSIVE CARE HAND IOTION) 18-oz. witli dispenser rf CC Rog. 1.99 SPECIAL D.T. 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