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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta July 1J, 1972 THI ICTHMIDOt HERALD ATTACKED BY MONKEY Catherina Maloney ex- amines the biles on the head of her daughler, Mary Theresa, 7, after she was atlacked by a chimpanzee ai she walked along a Toronto street. Eight stilches were re- quired to close two inch-long bites in the girls head. LaMarsh is host of open line show VANCOUVER (CP) Judy LaMarsh, lawyer and former Liberal cabinet minister, launched a third career here as moderator of an open-line pro- Scliuniann ends visit to Peking PEKING (Reuter) French Foreign Minister Maurice Schu- mann left today for home after a five-day visit to Peking culmi- nating in a meeting late Mon- day night with Chinese leader Mao Tse-tung. Schumann, visit has produced increased Sino-French cultural, medical and scientific contacts, said before departure his meeting with Mao was cor- d i a 1. International problems were reviewed during the dis- cussion at the Chinese leader's Peking residence. In reply to a question, Schu- mann said Mao, two weeks ago, looked well. The French minister, who also had talked at length with Chinese Premier Chou En-lai, was seen off by Foreign Minis- ter Chi Peng-fei with whom he had a total of 12 hours of discus- sions during the visit. Women in Senate TORONTO (CP) Recom- mendations that women be found to run for political office and to be appointed to the Se- nate were passed Tuesday by delegates to the national con- vention of the Canadian Federa- tion of Business and Profes- sional Women's Clubs. About 300 women are repre- senting the group at the four-day meeting that opened Monday. They resolved that members of the B and P should look for women qualified and willing to be nominated for municipal of- fice and give them support and encouragement- Resolutions to be taken lo the federal government recom- mended that more women be appointed to the Senate and lhat the property qualification for membership in the Senate be abolished. Women represent half the country's populaiion, but only four per ccnl of the Senate, the resolution said. gram on radio station CKWX. Miss LaMarsh says while she is with CKWX she wants "to make the discussion of women and the woman's role a regu- lar theme of the program." "I think this may be a belter way than politics to improve the lot of she said In an interview. The former secretary of state and health minister in the Lester Pearson government started her program off on an appropriate note by attacking open-line colleague Barry Clark for his office pin-up gal- lery. Mr. Clark, the Liberal MLA for North Vancouver-Seymour, said he thought the women's liberation movement was com- posed of "frustrated females who have failed In the world of competition." But he added lie thought Miss LaMarsh had done a good job as secretary of state. "Thanks for the Miss LaMarsh retorted. The 47 year old Niagara Falls lawyer said audience re- sponse to her program will de- termine whether or not she stays. "I'm only here now for three weeks. If the response is good and I like the work, I will stay." "But it's a big decision. I have a law practice. Law has been my life's career. I haven't yet decided what to do." One of Miss LaMarsh's rivals in the open-line business is Ed Murphy, formerly of CKWX and now of CKNW, who suc- cessfully sued her for libelling him in her book of political reminiscences, Bird in a Gild- ed Cage. However. Miss LaMarsh said she was not worried about him- "In a few days, he is going to have to worry about me-" Miss LaMarsh denied reports she will run in the next fed- eral election. "I've been approached by two parties the Liberals and Action she said. "I've also been asked to run for re- gional mayor, local mayor, pro- vincial Parliament and the leadership of the Ontario Lib- erals. "But I am not seeking any office. It seems lhat whenever a job comes open, someone says 'ask Judy.' Asked about reports she met with Prime Minister Trudeau .0 discuss running federally for Liberals in her old con- stituency of Niagara Falls, she replied: "You'll have to ask the prime minister about lhat." SERVICE A full-time telephone service low is operating between Aus- ralia and China. Home Recipe Plan Takes Off Ugly Fat It.'a simple how quicldy one fniiy lose pounds of unsightly fat right in your own home. Mnkc this homo recipe yourself. It's cnsy, no (.rouble nl. nil mid cosLs lillio. 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Reg. to DRESS SHIRTS A big selection of delightful suits in both tropical and year-round weights. Delightful choice of current patterns. And the style treatments are up-to-the-minute vents, wider lapels. Reg. to Short and long-sleeved dress shirts including famous brand names and our own honoured label. The values are nothing short of unbelievable! Up to three shirts for the price of one I Reg. to CASUAL SHIRTS Here's brand name shirts at half price and lower. Short sleeves, long sleeves, wovens, knits, traditional sport shirts and pullovers. Plus a special group of cotton pullovers at just Reg. to AND UP A summery selection oicasuolor dress slacks, flared or straight- legged styles in the season's latest shades. Knits, polyesters, and fine wool blends. All sizes. Reg. to L OUTERWEAR Terrific golf jackets. Every bit as smart on the street as they are oa the course. Reg. now just And nylon Squal Jackets. Reg. now just Plus, very current Safari Jackets. Reg. sale priced at just Reg. to AND UP Alterations extra on oil clothing reduced by or greater. Centre Village Mall 1 EXTRA SAVINGS! Ties, socks... practically everything else in the store... 50% OFF TIPTOP Open a convenient Tip Tbp Charge Account. Lethbridge Phone 328-8255 ;