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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 _ THE LETHRRIDGE HERAID Tucstlny, December 7, 1971 Calgary women's group want role of watchdog NEW PC WOMEN'S PRESIDENT Mrs. Maurice Holt, Peterborough, Ont., olderman, was elected president the Progressive Conservative Women's Association of inada ot its annual meeting in Ottawa. CALGARY (CPi Two city women's groups want to give the government a hand in run- ning one of its services, at no cost to the province. The service in question is the Alberta Women's Bureau and the organizations propose wom- en volunteers work directly in the bureau operations. A brief from the local Council of Women, and another from (lie Calgary chapter of the Voice of Women said the vol- unteers could deal with re- quests for information and do general office work. The women involved would become more knowledgable both of government programs and public concerns. Both briefs, along wilh a third from executive members of the Junior Lf.aguc of Cal- gary, said improved communi-' cations and a structure to fully inform women's groups of de-1 velopmcnts concerning them were needed. "Much duplication occurs in the various projects and con-1 eerns of women's organiza-1 lions.'' said the Council ot j Women. 1 "By informing each other of present programs, unnecessary overlap may be avoided and in- tegrated be rea1' izcd." The briefs from the Voice ot Women and the Council of Women proposed an elected board representing provincial women's organizations. It would perform a watchdog role by keeping tabs on the bu-1 reau and would report directly j to the provincial -executive j council and the federal secre- tary of stale. I Both said there must he pro-, vincial and federal co-opera-1 tion and financial support in providing services specifically for women. To help keep women involved in their own affairs and aware of developments, a newsletter was suggested, as were educa- tion workshops and regular television programs. The Council of Women also thai one senior s.aff member of each provincial de- partment work closely with the Albena Women's Bureau and tint tho bureau locate in com- nuii'ilics where it would give a 2-1-hotir access. Ann Van Heteren. author of the Council of Women brief, said ll-.e idea was lo expand bu- reau scnws to all major popu- lation centres. Tho bureau was formed five years ago as an information centre for women. Grand assortment of toys gives Santa a helping hand By .IUDE TURK: Slaff Writer Happy small fry this Christ- mas season a sure with the selection available to Santa (and mom ami dad Local businesses have brought in an array of toys thai Invariably hop, buck, talk, dar.ce and scocl across the floor. Old favorites are hack, slightly remodelled lo ensure Hie '71 look, along with the usual ban-age of newcomers to the ley scene. Popularity contests appear to '-.avc been won by the many i.vpes of fashion doll. They make quite an exciting lineup, I along wilh their glittering ac- cessories i-.iid Inuse sets a I'cfinKe delight for any little girl. A distinct come bsck is be- Family Living President supports concept of women's political groups OTTAWA Alenc Holt, the new prc-ident of the Pro- gressive Women's Associalion of Canada, strongly supports the concept of wom- en's political organizations de- spite some controversy alwul this in the association itself. A Peterborough. Ont., alder- man for more than 17 years, Sirs. Holt told delegates to the association's annual meeting here Saturday that women's groups "bring in that many more people Ic Ihe party be- cause in ir.any cases women want to work together." In an Interview later, she said, however, that if women prefer to work in the main po-1 litical organizations, they should be free to do so. Some wcracn in Alberta, fn-r instance, seem- cd to prufer this. As national president. Mrs. Holt plans to work for greater i co-operation Mill) ths provincial j women's associations. j She has had first-hand cxpe- i rience r'- the provincial level. as president cf the Ontario PC Women's Association since 1968. Bom in Stratford. Ont., Mrs. Holt spent some of her school years there as v.ell as in Chalk River and Windsor. For many years Mrs. Holt. whase husband Maurice is a WORLD OF SHOES 317A SIXTH STREET SOUTH __ realty manager. been ac- tive 'in voluntary service and charitable organizations. has done some radio work and during the summers of 1969-71 was hostess on a weekly television program in Peterborough, doing interviews about water pollution. Mrs. Holt entered municipal politics in 195-3. In 1M2 she was appointed Pe- terborough's first woman may- or for three months to complete a term for the incumbent, who resigned to take an appointed office. In 1959. she was appointed an alternative delegate of the Ca- nadian delegation to the gen- eral assembly of the United Na- liens and in 1963 received the centennial medal for valuable service to Canada. ing made by the old-fashioned Raggedy Ann dolls and reveral locations are sporting match- ng Raggedy Anclys. They don't do anything, but they can pro- vide fun for (he child and bring back memories for the parent. As usual, the male section of the child's world is given the clioice of a variety of cars. Some are the standard type of pedal car, others run on or- dinary batteries. The young lad can choose from iTi assortment cf racing cars, firctrucks (fully equip- ped) or go modern and hit the snow scene in a zippy snowmo- The fabled characters of fab- ulous Dr. Seuss have joined the ,oy scenerama, and they, like most cf their counterparts, talk. The strange storyb o o k characters come to life for the child and can make reading more meaningful. The usual array of plush and stuffed animals and characters is available for the real small fry looking for Christmas sur- prises. Cartcon personalities live in the soft and cuddly forms of W. E. Coyote, Twecty, his tor- mentor Sylvester, Bugs Bunny and the speedy Roadrunncr. Along with them is grand as- sortment of cats, dogs, bears and the odd snake. Games are present in a va- riety which can provide fas- cinating and provocative pas- times. Almost anything front simple balancing feats to the mind dazzlers can be found. Stores of things to please ev- child on Cliristmas mor- to frustrate every stropping parent with decisions of which to buy LIME GREEN AND STANDING GUARD Smiling and looking inviting in a hot sports car, the doll saems un- concerned about her plush jungle playmate who's worried about i-.iding a home. He shou shoppers will find him, and for gifl-givina. Idn't be many Christmas Ihe other toys, just right Tension Pour a Yi Ib. package Cow Brand Soda into a tub of warm water. Step in. Lie back. Relax! Soaks away tension. Relieves sunburn, hives and itching skin. COW BRAND BAKING SODA IOVE STORY'S CANADIAN DIRECTOR One of Hollywood's biggest sur.resies is Ihe movie version of tove Story. But it olmost didn't get filmed. Now that it's a hit, tove Story's Canadian director is a millionaire. Reod about Arthur Miller's triumph this Saturday IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE LIKES JOB DARTMOUTH. N.S. (CPI Shirley Shaffner, this city's newly appointed policewoman, says'shc'd be "bored to death with any other job now." Before assuming her new position, she was secretary to Police Chief Roger Smith. He asked her to become a policewoman to fill the vacancy caused by a retire- ment last year. A native of Bridgetown. N.S., Mrs. Shaffner is married and has three chil- dren. (Marriage custom changing Pensioners wives keep maiden names celebrate OTTAWA fCP) Young' says a woman must change her women in Ottawa are begin-insme. ning to keep their maiden; Their landlord fought when names, even after marriage, j the couple wanted their sepa- Mary Margaret Gaye. 21. is rate names on their mailbox. one of them. She is finding that as a student teacher of Grade fi ''Even when we explained the circumstances and showed him More arid more people have discovered the Shoppers Drug Mart Have you? Last week we filled love is... happily meeting the rat of her jam- children, and being six months nie marriage certificate, he was I pregnant, it is not all that easy, j stin thoroughly convinced we Hsr students have their i were living in sin, and couldn't doubts, said Miss Gaye. Al-! understand why we wanted to though introduced by her single i advertise Carol said. I name, at Ihe end of the week j Carol had originally been i she found herself being called j classed as dependent under Mrs. Gaye. i Bruce's medical insurance plan. The whole idea is perfectly 'But than bc referred to gal. Eul the Vital Statistics she took ollt her oml prescriptions in all our stores. SHOPPERS DRUG MART Open every day, every everting kid every SUftctev PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS-8 p.m. Act sj'.vs a legitimate child must j pohcy. have 'the father's name, so "It shouldn't he considered an Mary Margaret's baby will have honor or a goal to he Mrs., tire surname of her husband said. Doug Ilalverson. j Mr. Halverson doesn't seem to mind his wife's decision, bu1. 21-year-old Carol Hemrich said her husband is not entirely happy about it. Ilrucc. a leacher who didn't want his surname used, said he feels that Carol should take his name, but she said it is only a custom which can easily be changed. "I wanted a more equal mar- riage, not one with male-female she said. "And keeping my name allowed me to keep my independence." Carol, too, is having prob- lems. When she registered for Ot- tawa Teachers' College this she was told her certificate' would have lo be issued in her' husband's surname. It look a legal battle before it was dis- covered there is no law which The annual Christmas party of the Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens Organization will IK held on Wednesday, I Dee. 15 commencing with a pot- luck supper at 6 p.m. Following the supper will bc a special Christmas program wilh guest enir-rtainment and a tour provided by Ihe City Transit buses will again be available to take members to see the Christmas lights. A bingo game will follow the bus tour and refreshments will h? j served prior to the arrival of the Lions cars which will pro- vide transportation home. Men are asked fo donate a dollar loward extra purchases for the supper, and the women I are asked to bring salads, jellies, casseroles and other such items. LEGION BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY AT 8 p.m. JACKPOT BLACKOUT IN 58 NUMBERS OR LESS (Increasing one number per week until won) 1st GAME JACKPOT 5th GAME (X) 10th GAME BLACKOUT IN 55 NUMBERS OR LESS SPECIAL 2 FREE GAMES FOR TURKEYS MEMORIAL HALL PUBLIC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY LOUNGE Children under 16 not allowed Sponsored by todies Auxiliary lo Canadian legion_____ HELP US TO HELP OTHERSI The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clolhing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CALL 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR tEAVE AT 412 1st AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE FISH GAME ASSN. WEDNESDAY AT 8 P.M. lEiriDniuwb run c BINGO IN THE EAGLES HALL 13th St. N. JACKPOT 56 NUMBERS FREE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS (4th, 8lh ond 12th) in 7 Numbers NO CHILDREN UNDER lo CHRIS' BEAUTY SALON Is Now UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT! Mrs. Muriel Magnus is happy to announce she is now the Owner and Manageress of Chris' Beauty Salon. For the month of December all perms will be reduced Our operators Miss Rita Walsh and Miss Gail Strain specialize in His n; Hers Shag Cutsl Chris' Beauty Salon 706 3rd Avenue South Phono 327-2079 PRE-INVENTORY SALE! Special values throughout the Store Louene Prince ENGLISH CRIMP (11 01.) Tho best in crimp material. Reg. 5.98 yd. Now Only CRUSH VELVET Pre-inventory. Special Only PLAYTIME COTTONS Regular lo 1.69. Pre-invl'ntory special only PARTY BROCADES Regular to 7.69 yd. Pro-inventory special HEATHERTONE ENGLISH BONDED Mix and Match. Reg. 5.39 yd. Now Only A QQ K Yd- yd. Vd- QQ iww O QQ Savings on nil "STRETCH KNIT" MATERIALS Register now for Stretch Sewing Classes Beginning January lllh, 1972 CASH OR CHARGEX AH. SALES FINAL 426 13 ST. NORTH PHONE 328-4536 ;