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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD Thursday, April 18, 1974 Pregnancy clause causes humiliation CALGARY (CP) Women employed by the city can t collect Mck pav unless the> swear in writing that their absence wasn t due to a pregnancy-related illness and they don t like it It s disci immatory and an invasion of your privacy says one employee who asked that her name not be mentioned Whether you're pregnant is private business, she said You shouldn't be forced to submit to that whole humiliating process It s as much as telling them had 'your regular monthh period She said it wouldn t be costly for the city to apph the sick leave to related illness because an emplovee can only be sick w ith pas twice a year for three consecutive days each time Orlando Campo, union representative for city hall inside workers says the union local gets complaints about the clause from female employees all the time but the citv just ignores it Mr Campo says the local has no bargaining power to have the pregnancy clause revoked because such benefits WeeWhimsv k b vll will be sen! the or g nal art lor hnquoie Send your child s quotation 10 this paper We Aim to Please You and the LAKEVIEW BEAUTY SALON 2638-S Parkoide Drive Phone 327-4843 are negotiated by the Calgary Civic Employees Benefit Society, comprised of about b 000 management and employee members covered by Canadian Union of Public Employees contracts "We ve been protesting this clause since it was established at least four years ago Mr Campo said the clause is ridiculous because "it's impossible to prove whether any illness is related to pregnancy Bob Vouch benefit society administrator, declined comment on the situation Peter Cresswell, regional supervisor for the Alberta Human Rights commission, says it s questionable" whether the city has a right to require signing of such a form 'It s hard to tell whether we have jurisdiction in this area The problem is pregnancy occurs only to females and it could well be argued that you are discriminating in favor of females Elderly get grant A federal grant to the Society for the Study of the Heritage of Canada will enable 800 senior citizens to travel to Ottawa at a fee of per person The program will include travel accommodation, and meals All interested parties should write to the society at 77 McLaren Street, Ottawa, Ontario K2POK5 Donation received The Lethbridge Branch of the Victorian Order of Nurses has received a donation of from the Kmette Club of Lethbridge for the continuation of services to home patients who are unable to pay visitation fees The VON depends on such donations as the fee structure is based on actual operating costs Trim5Compact Zenith Eyeglass Hearing Aid Make the right decision now and try this reliable Zenith Carlyle aid at no obligation And if within 10 days after purchase you aren't completely satis- fied, you may return the aid and your money, except for the cost of a custom earmold, will be refunded Batteries for all makes of hearing aids The quality goes in before the name goes on LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. "Helping the hard of hearing since 1943" Paramount Theatre Bldg. Phone 328-4080 715-4th Avenue S. 327-2272 Spring clean-up at Easter break It seems no matter how hard a fella tries, mom or dad always manage to find some work to do Dis- posing of fall leaves and getting the lawn in top shape for summer caught up with, left to right, Randy Kuzmmski, 15, and his brother Danny, age 13, and their cousin Gilbert Schreyei, 12, of Radway Drug-users escape city life at get-your-act-together farm GRACEFIELD, Que (CP) On a 280-acre farm near this community, 60 miles north of Ottawa, people who have had enough of a drug- oriented, city life are being offered a chance to escape into a new reality of clean country air hard manual work and an absence of drugs Get-Your Act Together Enterprise (GYATE) is a culmination of the efforts of Tony Mole, who says he is a former heavy user of speed He found that a three-month stint on a tobacco farm helped Oneida happen! Introducing Louisiana Oneida s newest Community Stainless pattern is so beautiful you II want to add to your collection So, for a limited time when you buy a 40 piece Service for Eight for 95 you II receive an elegant matching Louisiana Serving Set consisting of Butter Knife Sugar Spoon and two Table spoons in gift box for only 00 (Regular 95 value) All the charm and tradition that was once New Orleans that's what you'll find in Louisiana. Richly ornate with floral beauty and flowing lines in glistening Stainless. offer ends May 31, 1974 restricted to Louisiana Call Housewares at 327-5767 'DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd South USE YOUR CHARQEX OR HOYT8' OWN CHARGE ACCOUNT free him from dependence on drugs He has translated this experience into a program that accepts drug-users willing to help themselves and offers them an atmosphere to bring things back together There is not much time for tripping or deciding what you're going to score for your next drug lift if you're splitting wood, turning over ground for a garden or trying to adjust the cranky carburetor on an old tractor GYATE has a half-way house in Ottawa where applicants for the program go for screening The city house also offers a gradual weaning for the drug-user A commitment to stay for two months is demanded before access to the wooded, hilly farm along the Gatmeau River is permitted The farm operates on a self- motivated basis No one is required to work but the demands of a primitive rural existence no wood chopped, no hot supper are usually enough to prompt the required effort The farm opened in its present location last fall and so far the object has been to acquire some stock, furnish the 100-year-old frame house and prepare the land, for spring When a person feels he has had enough of the farm and is ready to return to city life he can go back to the half-way house in Ottawa From there farm 'graduates" are given assistance m finding jobs, training and their own place to live The program is financed by a LI P grant and by contributions that those involved make for room and board out of welfare payments The farm is owned Divorce filed LAPORTE, Ind (AP) The wife of millionaire Charles 0 Fmley has filed for divorce claiming their 32- year marriage is irretrievably broken Shirley Fmley seeks custody of the couple's three minor children and a week for their support The couple has seven children by three of the staff and instalments on the mortgage are paid from their weekly salary So far the program has offered the opportunity to 70 people and about 60 have taken the option But, said one staffer "Sometimes they will walk six miles through the bush on a freezing winter night to get to a source There is nothing we can do for people like that "The neighbors are incredibly said Tony Mole "The first day we were here a neighbor came over THE BETTER HALF with 400 pound of oats and assistance of the neighbors is important since most of the staff have little practical experience in farming GYATE has applied for another LIP grant this year because they have decided to cut down on salaried staff They are hopeful ths will be the last year they will have to go to the government for assistance They are preparing an area for a large garden this spring, hoping to be able to sell their produce to nearby restaurants and stores By Barnes "Certainly I'd like to see you wear your dresses longer... at least two years longer." after you see your doctor bring your prescription to 1609 9th S lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Herald Family City food prices continue drop The Lethbridge consumer's food bill continued to drop, according to this month's Herald survey of 54 food items But not by much A slim margin of 97 cents pulled the total down from last month's bill of 22 and set it at 25 Meat prices helped with the grocery bill, with no increases noted Four cuts remained at the same price and four went down in price ranging from four cents to 44 cents Eggs and butter took a notable step up, with an egg price increase of 13 cents and a seven-cent increase in butter prices The cost of a half gallon of 2 per cent milk had not changed at the time of the survey, but should show an increase soon The milk surveyed had been left over from the weekend and the store would not double-price the gallon Items which helped take the bill down a notch included celery and potatoes, both dropping a few pennies in cost, sugar went down from 25 to 23, and laundry soap was down from 85 to 79 The money-wise consumer could also save on several specials which could take the edge off the grocery bill Increases included fresh tomatoes, up 26 cents from last month's price, lettuce up four cents, spaghetti was up 20 cents and cooking oil climbed 23 cents higher than the March price European prices aren't as rosy On a national and international level, consumers in Lethbridge are sometimes ahead and sometimes behind the game A price survey conducted by the United States department of agriculture based on mid-January prices showed a pound of apples cost 27 cents in Ottawa, Americans in Washington, D C were paying 35 cents and the Swedes were paying 37 cents In Lethbridge, we were paying 29 cents per pound A pound of tomatoes 39 cents in Ottawa, 88 cents in Brussels, 82 cents in Copenhagen and 55 cents in Lethbridge One dozen eggs cost 84 cents in Ottawa, 34 in Brussels, 24 in Copenhagen, in Stockholm and 85 cents in Lethbridge Butter in Ottawa cost 76 cents per pound, 22 m Rome, 20 in Pans, in Holland, 25 m Bonn and 80 cents in Lethbridge Meat prices showed interesting variations, with pork chops selling at 55 in Ottawa, ?2 09 in Bonn, ?1 98 in Stockholm, 98 in Hague and 55 m Lethbridge Broiler chickens cost 74 cents per pound in Ottawa, in Stockholm, 36 in Rome and 79 cents per pound in Lethbridge Calendar There will be a regular meeting of Parents without Partners at 8 p m Friday at First United Church, lower hall, 13th St and 5th Avenue N Rev Ken Jordan will be in attendance A collection of handicrafts made by senior citizens and the handicapped will be on sale tonight through Saturday at Centre Village Mall Proceeds will go toward Watch blade Never leave a knife in a pan of sudsy water in the sink where the blade can't be seen Such a practice leads to many cuts continuation of the handicraft work The Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens Ladies Auxiliary will hold a bridal shower for Mrs Alberta Wells at 2 p m Friday in the civic centre A combined gift will be presented Social and refreshments to follow All members and friends welcome QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH CtrtHlMl Mcchinlc Capitol Furniture Bldg. PHONE: 328-7884 GOLD'S FABRICS Fashion Fabrics for Creative People SHOP AT HOME WITH GOLD'S MAIL ORDER SERVICE Our mail order department olfers a com plete home sewing service and has been enlarged to give you better service this year Share with our Vancouver customers m the fantastic selection of spring sum mer fall and winter fabrics By registering now you will receive samples of the latest fashion fabrics (prints plaids fancies and plains) plus samples of Gold s money saving special mailings featuring dra pery upholstery or bridal fashions Samples will be mailed to you every 10 to 14 days from April 74 to April 75 Please complete the following (enclosing 00 to register) and return to GOLD'S MAIL ORDER SERVICE 2627 ARBUTUS STREET VANCOUVER, B C V6J 1V5 NAME ADDRESS CITY POSTAL CODE PHONE ;