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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 16-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD December 1973 Birthright distinctions questioned TORONTO The Canadian Civil Liberties Association has urged state secretary Hugh Faulkner to amend a section of the Cana- dian Citizenship Act which it says discriminates against Canadian wives. The section in question confers automatic Canadian citizenship on children born of Canadian fathers or of unwed Canadian but a child born of a Canadian mother and a non-Canadian father does not automatically become a citizen. should the right to confer such citizenship advan- tages extend or.ly to Canadian husbands and not also to Cana- dian the association asks in a letter to Mr. Faulkner. The association says it probably would win if it took the matter to the Supreme Court of but suggests this inequity be remov- ed in parliament rather than in the GM institute graduates Canadian women Ont. Al- though some male chauvinists believe women can't tell the hood from the trunk on a car let alone know anything about the the day may come when General Motors ap- points a' woman for its president. The first three Canadian women students from the General Motors Institute in are working on the shop floor at the Oshawa and St. Catharines plants. And with a history of institute graduates filling GM's top ex- ecutive the day of the woman president may not be far off. Barbara Rollheiser from Saskatoon is studying in- dustrial administration at the institute. Working on the assembly line as part of her she was little dis- concerted at first when I walked into the plant and there were about 600 pairs of male eyes staring at Must have been my Her Adam Ham- said Barbara's en- thusiasm and high spirits on the job really infectious and the other workers are en- joying her stay with us tremendously.'' It took the 18-year-old an hour to learn her sealing crevices in car body and two more hours to perfect it. Her foreman M. W. Day said Barbara is a thinker and a good as to the possibility of having a woman for GM presi- dent sometime in the I say why They deserve a break But tired bones and aching muscles come with this part of Barbara's training. used to an eight-hour schedule of an easy chair- sitting school she said. a day here on my feet they get pretty sore. But that's all part of the job. Just got to grin and bear Barbara decided to leave University of Saskatchewan after one year studying com- merce after discussing the GMI course with a career con- sultant. The institute was es- tablished in 1919 and conducts five-year programs on the co- operative plan of education for students sponsored by the participating units of GM. want to do more these days in fields where men traditionally she exlained. Keep Christ in Christmas IniertRd by Balrdt Show ft Luther Ltd. Print Litho QUALITY PRODUCTS Instant Printing _____4 MM U'til Sen iff Business Forms DESIGNED AND MANUFACTURED IN LETHBRIDGE First time for females Private Laurie Minor of Coutts uses a square for the first time at the Canadian Forces School of aerospace and ordnance engineering. She is among a group of 10 young servicewomen taking a seven and a half month metals technician course at the school at Canadian Forces Base Bordon. Widow follows husband's footsteps Fla. The widow of a slain Florida Highway Patrol trooper is joining the force to dedicate her life to the police work her husband loved. Connie said she hopes to work in the patrol's communications department. thought if something like this ever happened to my hus- band I would hate the highway she said. he loved the patrol so and it's been so much a part of my lite that I want to dedicate my life to police work as he she said. Claude was shot to death Nov. 17 when he stopped a car suspected of be- ing stolen from a Tampa women who was raped and robbed. A Sarasota County grand jury has indicted Henry Lorenzo for murder in connection with Baker's death. Officials said Mrs. Baker applied to join the patrol and arrangements are being made for her to begin work when a new station is opened near her home early next year. Permanent Press WASHER or DRYER MAYTAGPiiHHilPiBi WASHER Permanent press and regular fabric cycles 3 Water level settings 3 Water temperature settings Zinc coated steel cabinet with tough acryl- ic enamel finish Family size tub with Power Fin Agitator Attractive brushed metal trim MODEL SAVE Colors Available Limited Quantity A106 MAYTAG Halo olHeaf DRYER Permanent Regular and Air Fluff cycles Famous Maytag Halo- drying eliminates Large porcelain enamel drum with easy to clean lint filter Zinc coated steel cabinet with tough acrylic enamel finish i SAVE MODEL 306 Gas or Electric Colors Available Limited Quantity LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES CO. LTD. THANK YOU for your tremendous response to Stereo Fair 74 AND NOW December 12 and 15. EVERTHING MUST or make us an offer. Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m LOCATED IN Holiday Village Suite 433C Next door to Holiday Inn KELLY'S STEREO MARTS ;