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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 17, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 16-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - Thursday, January 17, 1974 ^Tlic Herald-- Family Pension^ insurance discrimination covered by gov^t TORONTO (CP) - Sex discrimination in pension and insurance plans will be one area covered in equal rights legislation the federal government will introduce this year, Labor Minister John Munro told the advisory council on the status of women this week. He told the council, an advisory group to the government, that a controversial section of previous legislation forbidding discrimination on grounds of sex and marital status in employment has been reviewed and changed. WeeWhimsy Buhhy PiM(sun will be sen! the original art tor his quote. Send youf child's quotation lo this paper QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH CvrtlKad Dmlal Mtchanle Capitol Furnltur* BMg. PHONE: 32t-76M The section, which was included in a 1972 proposed amendment to the Canada Labor Code, excluded pensions and insurance plans from laws preventing discrimination. That amendment died on the Commons order paper when the 1972 election was called. The minister said the section had been "thoroughly reviewed" and will be included in the "egalitarian rights" legislation that Justice Minister Otto Lang said recently would be introduced into Parliament this year. Mr. Muhro added that the, proposed law would come' before Parliament "very early in the new session . . . and we hope to have it in operation later this year." In Ottawa, Sylva Gelber, director of the women's bureau, said she could not reveal the terms of the proposed legislation but they were "more progressive" than those in the 1972 bill. The minister had made a commitment "in principle" that discrimination would be prohibited, she added. Many women's groups have been seeking equality with men in pension plans. In the Canada Pension Plan, for example, the husbands of female workers cannot receive survivors' benefits unless the male is disabled and dependent upon her. Mr. Munro's speech was released to the press in advance. CHANGING TEMPERATURES Conflicting forces of mainland and ocean weather cause erratic temperature changes on Vancouver Island. �"mm-- Canine hat trick Bruno, a six-month-old Newfoundland puppy, owned by the Grubb family of Waterloo, Ont., took the hat and despite a battle by 10-year-old Michael Grubb, he wouldn't give it back. Bruno held tightly and eventually pulled Michael into the snow. Anti-speeding war intensified By LARRY MARGASAK EVERETT, Pa. (AP) -Winniford J. Booze is the latest Pennsylvania State Police weapon in a war of nerves against speeding truckers. She wears a shawl over her uniform jacket and has a stuffed toy gorilla in the rear The Uthbridge Herald see& think Pta^tam 0 PART IV - PICTURE QUIZ 5 POINTS He is the British administrator for Northern Ireland. What is bis name? HOW DO YOU RATE? 91 to 100 poinU - TOP SCORE! 81 to 90 pointt - EictllOfit. 71 to 80 pointt - Good. 61 to 70 point* - Fair. 60 or Undar? ? ? - H'mml FAMILY DISCUSSION QUESTION What ml^t be done to reduce the number of snowmobile accidents? YOUR NEWS QUIZ PART I - NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL Give yourself 10 points for each correct answer. 1 Alexandre Emmanuel Trudeau, the new son of Prime Minister and Mrs. Trudeau, is nicknamed   ? �  a-Chrls b-Sacha c-Nick 2 Israel's Labor Party, led by Prime Minister Golda Meir. got a (CHOOSE ONE: larger, smaller) share of the vote In the recent parliamentary elections than it received in the previous elections 4 years ago. 3 Israel's parliament Is known as the . . ? . . a-Knesset b-Dlet c-Storting 4 Soviet o^lcials sharply criticized "The Gulag Archipelago," a book about Soviet prison camps and police methods, after it was smuggled out of the country and published in Paris by author . . ?. . a-Boris Pasternak b-Alexander Solzhenltsyn c-Boris Sipassky 5 (CHOOSE ONE: coal, oil) is the main fuel used to generate electricity in Britain. PART II - WORDS IN THE NEWS Take 4 points for each word that you can match with its correct meaning. 1.. ..censure a-officlal population count 2.. ..census b-ban or alter certain ..cede books, movies, etc. c-happen at the same 4.. ..coincide time 5.....censor d-criticize sharply e-yleld or grant PART III - NAMES IN THE NEWS Take 5 points for names that you can correctly match with the clues. 1.....Donald Macdonald a-Trade Minister 2.....John Munro 3.....Alastair Gillespie 4.....WlUlam Simon b-National Hockey League President c-�nergy Minister d-U.S. energy chief. 5.....Clarence Campbell e-Labor Minister 114-74 VEC, Inc. window ledge of her unmarked car. She is part of an enforcement campaign that began in November. Police are using women troopers, unmarked cars, concealed radar and citizen band radios to enforce the 55-mile-an-hour speed limit. Trooper Booze, 24, demonstrated earlier this month just before truckers began a shutdown protest over low speed limits and high fuel prices. She took after a rig heading west on the Pennsylvania Turnpike which had passed her blue sedan. She clocked the driver at 70 m.p.h. on her speedometer for the required .4 of a mile. She then accelerated to 85 m.p.h., removed her shawl and put on her police hat. She caught the truck and honked the driver off the road. The angry trucker claimed he was trying to deliver his load of lobster before a trucking shutdown began at midnight. He got a $15 citation. CHATS WITH VICTIMS The short-wave ra^io in her car began . .ackle with thp voices of �:ruckers talking THE BETTER HALF about the arrest. "We've got a female Smokey (trooper) out there," said one driver. "She's already stopped one 18-wheeler. She'll be right back out there. "She's at milepost 158," said another. "That's Honey Bear (the truckers' code name for Trooper Booze). She got me last week." "There's nothing honey about that bear." Trooper Booze joined the conversation: "You got that female Smokey." "Hey, Momma Bear, why are you picking on the truckers?" said a trucker. "We're just going along nice." Trooper Booze: "65-to-70 isn't legal." Then she explained her job. "It's a game of cat and mouse. We're the cat and they're the mouse. They keep tabs on us. We keep tabs on them." The truckers' citizen band network has enabled drivers to spot policemen and radio their locations to comrades on the open road. By Barnes 'I can't wait 'til we switch to the metric system. At least then I won't be able to figure out how much I weigh." STUDENTS ^^^^ '''^'^ Practice Examination! Valuable Reference Material for Exams. ANSWERS ON REVERSE PAGE k after you see your doctor bring your prescription to Ann Landers Dear Ann Landers: The letter signed "Another Sad Mother" must have hit a million mothers where they live - and at least that many daughters. I went through the same thing, only worse. My boyfriend was even more hopeless than her daughter's, Her guy was just a lazy slob who couldn't hold a job. My Joey was a junkie, wanted by the police for stealing, mugging and whatever else junkies have to do to support their habit. My mother kept threatening to turn me in to the police for keeping company with him. I begged her not to. Finally she compromised and told my high school principal. My life became a living hell. I kept fighting everyone who tried to break us up. The harder they tried, the more I defended Joey. As I look back I see what pressure can do to a normal person. It nearly drove me insane. When Mom finally gave up and let me alone I decided to drop Joey. The day I did that,, my life took a turn for the better. I am now a sophomore in college. I can't believe that was me back there. I must have been crazy. Today I wouldn't go near a guy who shoots up. But I had to decide on my own what to do with my life. I couldn't let anybody do it for me. - Got It All Together Dear Together: I received a blizzard of letters from girls who had similar experiences. It was no easy job selecting the best letter to print. Thanks to all who wrote. Dear Ann Landers: I had a sister-in-law just like "Rattled" and it was you who helped me solve the problem. I refer to the dear friends and relatives who simply won't stay out of your kitchen when you are entertaining. You ran a poem in your column a long time back and suggested I tack it over the sink. I did better than that. I had my artistic daughter make a canvas and I did it up in needlepoint. It is now handsomely framed and hanging on my kitchen wall. Theta Rho executive installed Theta Rho Girls Club recently installed new officers for the coming year, with Mrs. E. Myers, DDP of district No. 17 presiding at the ceremonies. Judy Sallenbach was named president with Teresa Baldery as vice-president and Ann Myers as past president. Other officers include Nancy Anderson, recording secretary; Catherine Myers, financial secretary; and Kelly Arishenko, treasurer. Kim McNab was named warden, Cynthia Dong, conductor, Barbara Sallenbach, chaplain, Corrine Weistra, RSP; Debra Urban, LSP; Deena Urban, RSVP; Nora Aegals, LSVP; Catherine Roberts, inside guardian and Toby Hein, outside guardian. In case you've forgotten it, Ann, here it is: Please stay away from my kitchen, From my dishwashing, cooking and such. You were kind to have offered to help me And I do want to thank you so much. I hope you won't think me ungracious When I ask that you leave me alone. For my kitchen is not very spacious And my system is strictly my own. So please stay out of my kitchen. It may well prevent a few wars. And when I am invited to your house, I promise to stay out of yours. - An Admirer Dear Ad: Thanks a lot. I HAD forgotten. It was good of you to remind me. Confidential to Dead End: The end that is dead is your head, kiddo. Stop wasting time and energy trying to place the blame. No wound will heal if you continue to pick at it. Calendar The Hi Neighbour Club will dance tonight from 8:45 to 10:45 at Westminster school, 18th St. and Sth Ave. N. Old time and modern dancing. Everyone welcome. * *  The University Women's Club of Lethbridge will hold its monthly meeting at 8 p.m. Monday in the Canadian Western Natural Gas Company auditorium. A program including Social Awareness and the Development of Human Resources Within the Community will be presented. * *  The Writers' Workshop will meet at 2 p.m. Saturday at the home of Eva Dore, 1116 17Ui St. S. (weather permitting). * *  Lethbridge Lodge No. 2, lOOF, will meet at 8 p.m. Fri-day in the Oddfellows Building. William Boyden, DDGM, of Pincher Creek will be in charge of the installation of officers. EFIOI JUST ARRIVED Multicolor Sandals TInmw look from By Rangoni Florence Italy A Sand Fumo Ciit Voghera, in combined colors of tan, green, and squash. Also: Susinniindirklin. Sizes 6 V2  11 (in the group) Widths AAAA-AAA-B (Not all widlhi in Ih* tiia) BENEFIT SHOES 615 - 4th Ave. S. Phone 327-7300 Open Thursday and Friday until 9 p.m. 534853535353235348485348 ;