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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE IETHBRIDCE HERAID Wednesday, July 11, 1973 Annual reunion date set by women army veterans THE BETTER HALF The Canadian Women Army Corps Veterans will hold their 32nd annual anniversary cele- and om. of own An open house and tea will be held in honor of Mrs. Nellie Wardrope on the occasion of her 80th birthday, Saturday from 2 to 5 p.m. at 2414 18th Ave. S. Friends and relatives welcome to attend. brations in Toronto, the last weekend in September. All CWAC are asked to assist in locating other members of the group who served during World War H and would like to attend the reunion The event js sponsored by the Canadian Corps Association CWAC Unit No. 47, and the schedule will include photo viewing, placing of wreaths, so- cial time, reunion luncheon and banquet. For complete reunion infor- mation, interested persons are asked to contact Mrs. Shirley Wood Heesaker, veterans re- union chairman, 201 Niagara Street, Toronto M5V 1C9, On- tario By Barnes "This bill may be one of his methods of reducing my waistline... He probably assumes I wear a money belt." Cross-Canada trip for policeivomen CALGARY (CP) The fairer sex they night be; the weaker sex they're not. "Just recently one of our girls happened to be near the scene of a bank said Jeanette Allen, police su- perintendent of the combined constabulary of Nottingham- shire in England. "She saw the police officer getting roughed up by the robber who was six feet, five inches, so she jumped right in. "She was only five feet, four inches and had only been on the force for two years. "Did a jolly good job." Superintendent Allen and Jane Williams, an inspector OUR LARGEST SALE OF THE YEAR 25< DRESS SALE ITEMS INCLUDE: DRESSES HOT PANT DRESSES PANT SUITS FOMMALS MATERNITY DRESSES YOU BUY ONE DRESS AT THE REGULAR PRICE. YOU HAVE THE CHOICE OF ANOTHER DRESS OF COMPARABLE VALUE FOR ONLY 25c. EXAMPLE: BUY ONE DRESS AT BUY ANOTHER DRESS FOR 25c YOU PAY FOR BOTH. COATS Summer. Regular and Part Coat Lengths All Weather S.zes 10 10 20 5 to 15 As Low As I 0 JACKETS Nylon and Assorted Fabrics Red White. Navy 7 so 15 "Fortrel Plain. Check and 10 w 18 As low As S5 SPORTSWEAR Name Brands Pans Star Tan Jay Etc Tops Shorts Pants. Skirts Blouses BATHING SUITS Name Brands One and Two Pee Styles. Bikini. MATERNITY WEAR CENTRE VILLAGE MALL COLLEGE MALL 712 -4th AVENUE S. (Downtown) with the London metropolitan police force, were in Calgary recently while on a cross-Can- ada trip. Women could be used more extensively in police work in Canada, they suggest. Superintendent Allen, who beads a staff of 86 police- women in the city and county of Nottingham, said she has two policewomen on the per- manent drug squad, two on the regional crime squad, two detective sergeants, 12 detec- tive constables, one uni- formed chief inspector, two inspectors, and 10 sergeants. The remainder are uniformed constables. "Women were brought in as matrons to help out at the be- ginning of the Second World she said. "They've been fighting ever since for equality on the police force. "We now get 95 per cent of the pay the men receive and by September we'll be getting equal pay. "They (policewomen) can begin when they're 19 and re- tire between 30 and 35, with a half pension after 25 years of service. They spend three months at a special training school studying basic law, swimming and life-saving, first aid and self-defence. "We require them to pass an education test, but Fd rather have somebody with a lot of common sense than with a string of academic qualifications." Superintendent Allen and Inspector Williams said men rarely assault policewomen, but that women will "have a go at us anytime." "A drunken woman is far worse to deal with than a drunken man, too." English policewomen deal with many situations, they said. "They often have to go into horrible places where the smell is so rank it almost takes your breath away and your feet stick to the floor, it's so Superintendent Allen explained. "And they have to contend with the very depths of sexual offences... "You feel like going home, having a bath and washing your hair afterwards." However, there's com- pensation, too. They're on duty during all the royal cere- monials and premieres and have the best view. English policewomen, like their mate counterparts, do not carry guns. They rely on tact to solve many strained situations. One policewoman "rescued a baby when it was taken up on a roof by its.father, who threatened to jump In- spector Williams said. The of- ficer talked the man out of jumping. "There was a lot of public- ity on the incident and she re- ceived 20 offers of marriage. the grab bag MAUREEN JAMIESON GOME sort of controver- sy, apparently, has been boiling over back East about whether men should wear di- amonds. Why? There's nothing new about this. The first record of man wearing diamonds was in 400 AD. Through the Dark and Mid- dle Ages, men wore jewellery not to gild the lily, but as a good luck talisman, a reliqu- ary for salvation or as a badge of office. It was only in the Renais- sance years that all this changed, and jewels became a show of wealth. Charlemagne wore dia- monds. Napoleon had a fabu- lous 140 carat sparkler set in the hilt of his sword. And good old male chauvinist Henry VHI is reported to have owned 500 buttons set with diamonds, plus a few stray stones set in shoe buc- kles. According to the Diamond Information Centre, dia- monds have entered a new phase the extension of the wearer's personality. Men wear diamonds today because they want to, says the centre. The stones have become part of the display of individ- ual character, to go along with those bolder, brasher suits, wildly printed shirts, and fashion-fur overcoats. So if your favorite feller is fed up with Oie routine spcks-shirt-tie thing; come gift-giving time, why not give him a truly liberated present like a diamond something-or- other? A copy of Recipes for Heal- thier Children, by Edith Red- man, landed on my desk while I was off on a short leave of absence. While my culinary flair oe- pends entirely on meat, veg. and the can opener, those who travel the soyabean- stoneground wheat flour road will, I am sure, find these recipes interesting, easy to follow and varied. The book was obviously written to help combat the inflated cost of foods of doubtful, value, and recipes emphasize better, properly balanced nutrition for all chil- dren from infancy througn the formative years. Watch for a sudden break in the monotony of the navy serge blues down at the bor- der, late this year. Both male and female immigration offi- cers at various Canadian points of entry will sport new ensembles and accessories in turquoise, blue, beige and dark brown solids and plaids. Hostesses will get to mix- and-match-it in red, black and beige. The new styles will include black or brown leather purses only for the gals. Now .that, fellers, is discrimina- tion if ever I heard it Here's a nice and easy rec- ipe to solve your summer en- tertaining problems. It also tastes great in fall, winter and spring. Quick Company Casserole Ib. smoked ham (cut in small pieces) 4 or 6 hard boiled sliced 1 tin whole kernel corn 2 cups medium white sauce Vz cup buttered crumbs Place half the ham in the bottom of a well-greased cas- serole. Follow with a layer of sliced eggs (2 or then half the corn. Pour one cup 0 white sauce over this mixture. Repeat with the remaining ham, eggs, corn and white sauce. Sprinkle top with buttered crumbs. Bake in 400-degree oven for 20 to 25 minutes. LeRON'S HAIR STYLES 524-6th STREET SOUTH PHONE 328-4729 ARE PLEASED TO WELCOME WANDA HUZAR WANDA HUZAR TO THEIR. STAFF Wanda the winner of 4 provin- cial hair styling competitions and has completed an advanced styling course in Toronto. Wanda Invites her friends and customers to come to te Ron't GREEN'S ANNUAL CONTINUES SUMMER SANDALS AND DRESS PUMPS Short end discontinued lines. iReej. to Summer Sale, Pair I BALANCE OF SUMMER SANDALS Men's, Women's and Children's SUMMER SALE 20 Off SELECTION OF PURSES NOW Vsoff All MEN'S AND WOMEN'S MOCCASINS NOW 20 ODDS and ENDS CHILDREN'S SHOES Savage Raster Brown Reg. to pair LADIES' PUMPS AND DRESS SHOES Gold Crass Pavel Wooley! M MEN'S I SUMMER SHOES MUST GO 20% OFFAu WHrrc SHOB Shoes For The Young Man MUST BE CLEARED VANOTI HER SAIE, PAIR OTHER SELECTION, PAIR 14.991 9.991 [Reg. to JMMER SALE, PAIR ANOTHER SELECTION OF PUMPS AND DRESS SANDALS ftea. to 27.00 SUMMER SAVE, PAIR CLEARANCE OF CHILDREN'S SUMMER SHOES and Reg. te 13.00 Summer Sale, HEEL MUGGERS Snoit and Discontinued lines Heel Hugger and Selby Shoes Reg. to ,99 GROWING GIRLS' TIES Reg. to 17.00 SUMMER SAIE, PAIR 3.99 17 s- GREEN'S SHOES DOWNTOWN ON SIXTH STREET ;