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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD Monday, February 18, 1974 Council chairman states.. Women must have power Getting women involved Laura Sabia says women need to get into positions of top-level decision making. By JEAN SHARP TORONTO (CP) If things are going to change, women are going to have to get serious about getting power, says Laura Sabia. "Women must get into politics. "We have to get women in places of decision making." Mrs Sabia has become gadfly extraordinary on behalf of the women of Canada, whether they like it or not. Her latest base for attack is as chairman of Ontario's status cf women council, appointed in the fall. Mrs. Sabia has a long list of involvements with volunteer groups on St. Catharines in her background. She has been a school trustee, an alderman, a defeated candidate for mayor and for member of Parliament. She ran a lively hot-line show for several years. She rocketed onto the national scene in 1965, gathering up women's groups in the gogo-go whirl of tall; and bustle that has become her trade mark. USED AS BASE She was president of the Canadian Federation of Uni- versity Women then and used that as a base to draw women's groups together for a push that resulted in the establishment of the royal commission on the status of women "I accepted the university women's presidency because I thought that's a way I can get to women "I had no sooner taken it on than I realized they weren't going to support me. But at least I had the office. Women have to wield power if they're going to get anywhere. "In my own federation, a few applauded, but some didn't. I was unladylike. People wrote to say they were going to turn in their membership cards "But we got the job done. The national women's groups got the commission because they all pulled together. Gov- ernments love it when you stay separate." This need for women to get to where it matters is a con- stant theme in her conversation nowadays and in her work with her 17-member council. "I've done all the voluntary work you could think of, the Y, university women, home and school. "Voluntary work is often an exercise in futility. I ve been on 15 deputations to government of ons kind and another, and I can't point my finger at very much that has changed. "I'd done all this while raising our four children. So I though, well, I'm not going to do any more." QUIT SCHOOL BOARD She was elected to the separate school board and quit because after a few years she developed a conviction that there should not be two school systems. She served seven years as an alderman "I always led the polls. But when I ran for mayor, women said, don't you think being mayor is a man's job9 Or my husband says. "I was defeated." She ran as a Conservative in the 1968 federal election "Then I decided that, at my age, I had done politics." Mrs. Sabia is 57. Since the day of her appointment to the chairmanship of the status council, Mrs Sabia has said she will quit if it is ineffective. "I've been appointed for two years. If it's effective, and I'm asked, I'll stay on. "I'm in the fortunate position of not having to give a damn. I don't have to work. "If we can move governments and the private sector, we'll be successful. We now have one woman deputy min- ister. There now are three women on the economic coun- cil out of 24. That's an improvement, but we need 10. 'FED UP' "I'm fed up with people like W. E. McLaughlin of the Royal Bank who tell me it takes 10 to 15 years to develop a woman before she can be appointed to the board of directors. CLEARANCE SALE ON BESTLINE PRODUCTS OF CANADA ZIF ALL PURPOSE CLEANER O75 NOW 8H-7 HAIR SHAMPOO 4 85 eoz.Rej.t2.35.............. NOW I LIQUID FLOOR WAX -185 1 qt. Reg. NOW LAUNDRY COMPOUND 10 Ib. Reg. NOW W AUTO SHAMPOO 4 50 NOW I CARPET SHAMPOO O20 NOW All Products Are In Limited Quantity For Free Delivery Phone 328-5400, 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Royal Purple honor members Thirty-year pins were presented at an anniversary PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES BLACKOUT (Played Until Won) LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THUBS.-B p.l. celebration of the Ladies of the Royal Purple Lodge No. 76. Recipients were Kathleen Price, Evelyn Watson, Thelma Brown, Montana Jones, Zina Gilbert, Lucille Rainbow and Viola Watson, all past honored royal ladies. Lynne Rutledge and Irene Gier received their 15-year pins. Herald Family THE BETTER HALF By Barnes UKRAINIAN GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH BINQO TUESDAY, Feb. 19th 8 p.m. EAGLES HALL 13th St. N. Jackpot in 48 numbers Increases and one no. weekly MINI JACKPOT-TOP AND BOTTOM LINE 55 IN 19 MOS. and one no. each week all Regular Btagoe f 10 POOR PRIZE-FREE per card 8 "When I first met him I thought he was too much and now he is.' DURING HDME EXTENSION PHONE BARGAIN CONTEMPRA with dial conveniently located tn handsel Choose from son yellow, warm white. Dutch blue, beige, deep green monthly. DESK PHONE turquoise beige, green, rvory red. grey, yellow, white, blue. pink, ebony S1.2S monthly. an extra-phone family! NoinstallatkMicharge on home extension phones ordered before March 30. Greal selection! Great convenience! And... a great saving! Now is the time to become an extra-phone family. Act now and save the S10 installation charge on the home extension phone of your choice. (Mutfi-pi'ly have a Ofa or Phone Bargain Days offer valid only on extension phones.) All prices quoted are tor home extension m color. EMCOFON perches on its own dial. Red. blue, white, green, ivory, beige. monthly. a petite little number. Blue. beige, pink, white, turquoise. Night-light dial monthly SMCEMMCER Jhe compart phone to up where wonspace fc limited hrory, ebony 40 monthly. WALL PHONE two receiver in front or re- ceiver at side Turquoise, blue. beige, grew, hwy. red. grey, yeftow, White, ebony. monthly jrov In touch with a frargain STAMUTC with its own cheerful night- light Blue, beige, nrory. white, ptnV, turquoise 81.85 monthly SPRING FOR A COLOR PHONE BARGAIN! Lionettes club elect officers The Lethbridge Lionettes have named Chris Burwash as president for the 1974 term, with Mrs. Terry Riley as vice- resident. Doreene Johnston is past president. Other officers named to the executive were Marilyn Bergman, secretary, Marguerite Snyder, treasurer and Gwen Edwards, penalty officer. Deputy district governor, Andy Archibald of Lions International District, was installing officer. Funds raised by Lionettes members are used to sponsor a monthly sunshine tea for blind citizens, of. Lethbridge and district, and to provide transportation to the tea. Chairman of the tea committee is Verda Ross, assisted by Mabel Jordan. Club membership is open to wives of Lions Club members from Downtown, Norbridge and Lakeview clubs, with dinner meetings held the third Tuesday of the month. Pemmican executive The Ladies of the Old Timers Pemmican Club recently named Delia Salmon as president for the coming term. Honorary president is Lala McKenzie, with retiring president Mary L. Roberts. Elected vice-president was Muriel Mitchell, with Kay Vaselenak as treasurer and Muriel Colby as secretary. At the annual meeting, the date for the fall tea and pantry sale was set for Sept. 14. CHRIS BURWASH BINGO HON.. FEB. 18th Jackpot tlOeUCardsPayl M DMT MM-Free (Man? OMr Star SI 1MlM.M4MlAOT.-A-N. ns This Week's Specials MIRTONS LICORICE TOOTHPASTE AUSORTS MM MUM let. II-23 UTTLE JOHN DISCOUNT 328 601 SfrMt 8. We reserve the rigtti fo limit quantities ;