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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Women's attitudes worst enemies EDMONTON (CP) - Women's attitudes towards themselves are their worst enemies In the struggle for equal rights, a panel reviewing recommendations of the Royal Commission on the Status of Women has told. Lois Campbell, an Edmonton Public School Board Trustee, said "the concept that a person has of oneself as one moves Into community life is very important." "This means a woman knowing she can do a job as well as any man given the same opportunity and qualifications." Joanne Russell, wife of Provincial Liberal Leader Bob Russell, felt there is not much hope for equality in the present generation. "Perhaps by the time our daughters enter the labor force, there will be equality, but only if we start training children now to realize that a woman's THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "The boss shot down our bluebird of happiness." place is where she wants to be, and that intelligence and ability are not governed by sex," she said. Jan Steele of London, Ont., chairman of a three - member Liberal study group investigating the commission recommendations, said in an interview women in the family and economy are the two issues of most concern to Canadians. "The need for day care centres is of high interest, as are other matters , in the report's section on women in the family - abortion, sterilization, birth control, and family planning in general," she said. "People are also questioning why more women are not Involved in politics and decision making positions, including the judi c i a r y," said Dr. Esther Greenglass, assistant professor of psychology at York University in Toronto and member of the study group. "Most women don't have capital of their own. If we want women to run in politics, we have to face up to the fact that the parties will have to pay for campaign costs," Dr. Green-glass said. The study group will present their royal commission report priorities to a Liberal party council in October. Homemaker service valuable What is the Homemaker Service? This is a service provided by the Lethbridge Family Service, and involving child care, and geriatric care. It is one of the services receiving financial support from the United Fund and the City of Lethbridge preventive services department. Fees for the service are based on the financial circumstances of the client family, AVENUE SHOES Annual Store-Wide Continues.,. Canada's finest footwear slashed in price to clear during our once-a-year giant clearance. Better hurry-plenty of great buys here yefl ALL SHOES Regular Values to 22.00 SUMMER SALE, PAIR ONIY .. . 13 99 SUMMER SALE, PAIR, ONLY ... SHOES Regular 22.00 13" BEIGE SUEDE CHUNK HEELS Regular 14.95 value, m An SUMMER SALE, ' ' PAIR ............W WHITE CHUNK HEELS Regular to 16.95. m A A SUMMER SALE, #% ' * PAIR ............U BLACK PATENT PUMPS Regular 14.95. ft A A SUMMER SALE, {77 PAIR ............ V WHITE DRESS PUMPS and STRAPS Sling or Closed Back, Regular 16.95. _% A A SUMMER SALE, X* ' ' PAIR, ONLY...... U All SUMMER SANDALS GOING AT GREATLY Reduced Prices! CLOGS Regular to 11.95 Values Colors: White, Beige. PAIR, A,T^ ONLY........... V ALL SALES CASH AND FINAL - NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES PLEASEI Always More Fashion and Value For Your Money at: AVENUE SHOES 515 4th Avenue South Lethbridge and are assessed during the interview prior to"" homemaker placement. "We (the service) believe that families should remain together. Homemaker ser v i c e can assist in this by placing a qualified women in the home to help a family during a difficult period," says a spokesman for the service. Child care is provided in situations where, due to illness, or absence of the mother, there is a need for someone to care for young children and do the housework. The homemaker's presence in the home provides for the physical care and supervision of the children. ' Geriatric care enables older citizens to look after themselves by helping them with the household cleaning, meal preparation, etc. The homemaker may give some personal care, but no nursing care is provided. Companionship may also be a valuable aspect of this service. . The homemaker strives to maintain the normal household routine, by keeping the home in order, doing a reasonable amount of washing, ironing, cooking, and plans meals as necessary. The homemakers are women who have been selected for their ability in caring for the home, for their practical experience and for their interest in people. A homemaker is not designed to become a cleaning lady, but through personal conference with the supervisor and periodic training courses, their skills are increased. Before becoming part of -the Family Service staff, each homemaker has a medical examination and chest X-ray. All references are also checked. Friday, July 2, 1971 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - ft *3n and of ti ou t own Mrs. Clara Babaian (nee Clara Miklos) along with daughter, Annette, and son "Joey," are in town visiting with Mrs. Babaian's mother who has been a patient in St. Michael's Hospital for some tme. They will be house guests of Mrs. Babaian's aunt, Elsie Szucs for the nest three weeks, after which they will return to their home in Detroit, Michigan. Skelton's Gigantic SALE SALE IN EFFECT JULY 3rd TO 10th SAYINGS OF UP TO 25% OFF DIAMONDS BRIDAL KNOT, CHARME, LOVE BRITE, PORTRAIT Solitaires and Clusters with matching bands in white and yellow STARTING AS LOW AS -2Z $78 MEN'S DIAMOND RINGS ................. as low 3 PIECE SOLITAIRE MATCHING LADIES' AND GENTS BANDS STARTING FROM SI65 AND UP 3 DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING FROM SlOO SYNTHETIC RUBY 2 DIAMONDS S200 GENUINE BLUE SAPPHIRE, 2 Diamonds .......... S300 DINNER RING with 31 Diamonds ........... .. S300 JF?2-S> _______ LARGE VARIETY OF DIAMONDS AND MATCHING WEDDING BANDS SlOO TO S150 SET LARGE VARIETY OF DIAMONDS AND MATCHING WEDDING BANDS $150 TO S200 SET LARGE VARIETY OF DIAMONDS AND MATCHING WEDDING BANDS S200 TO S300 SET AND UP SPECIAL! DIAMOND SETS l/2 PRICE 2 ONLY RINGS SIZED SAME DAY AS PURCHASED AT NO EXTRA CHARGE SKELTON'S JEWELLERY 327-5th St. S. Phone 327-4627 Read About Our Exciting Dollar Buys in Finest Foods! Come and Get The Bargains PRICES EFFECTIVE In Lethbridge July 2-3 SAFEWAY DOLLAR DAYS U a m*mm. a I AAUM Town House, Whole F F 1 00 Kernel tern ^^^.^dsi |3 Crusty Rolls Green Peas Safeway, Fresh Pkg. .of 72____ 3 6 Beans with Pork ^ 4 Canned Tomatoes 3 Taste Tells, Assfd. or Creamed Corn Canada Choice .. 14-fl. oz. tin Pure Jams Cut Wax Beans Hot Dog Buns Potato Chips Ice Cream Empress, Apricot, Black Current Cherry, Peach .. 12-fl. oz. jar Taste Tells, or Cut Green Beans Taste Tells Canada Choice .......14 fl. oz. tin Skylark, or Hamburger Buns Pkg. of T2..... 3 6 3 Party Pride Reg. 9-oz. pkg Snow Star 4 Delicious Flavours Bel Air, Frozen Concentrate Pink or Regular 6-fl. oz. tin Lunch Meat Tuna Fish ROUND STEAK Jubilee 12-oz. net wt. tin Savoy, Solid, Light Meat 7-oz. net wt. tin ... FULL SLICE, BONE IN or RUMP ROAST All cuts, Canada Choice, Canada Good Beef..... lb. .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 Manor House, Frozen Whole, Canada Grade A, lb. Smoked Hams Watermelon Burns Shamrock Part Skinned, Whole, Half or Quarter Fresh, red and juicy, whole Cut Up Pieces 2 lbs- 19b New Potatoes California, White Canada No. 1 Grade, Cello Bag We Reserve the Right To Limit Quantities 45 ... ib. 40 2115' 10 ! 69 SAFEWAY CANADA SAFE WAY LIMITED ;