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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THf ItrHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, MortS JO, 1973 Guides to attend model parliament Two Lcthbridye girls, Jiloar, 18 ami Joyce Oishi, H. attend second session of the Alberta Girls' Parliament, the first all-girl model parliament in Canada. Trie (our-dav AGP will be held April 24 to 27 at the Alber- ta School for the Deaf in Ed- monton, (he first session was also held in 1972. Girls from southern Alberta made an excellent showing, last year, with four girls at- tending. This year, more are ex- pected, including Miss Jloar, who has already been appoint- ed minister of finance and del- egate Oishi. According to Yvonne Sloi'fic. cadet leader and district guicler, Girl Guides "are particularly suited to the program of ship and of the girls' parliament." "We've also discovered a se-! riou.s lack in she said, "in how to chair and conduct business meetings and how to speak concisely and when need- ed, elaborately." "Such skills would serve them well." according to Mrs. Storfie, at times like the annual area dinner, to be held April 13, for all leaders from the Chinook area. Because of the AGP, the Toastmastei Toast mistress clubs recently rli reeled a training session for a" procedure and impromptu speaking. "These Toastmasters and Toastmistresses are said Mrs. Storfie. "What they've done with our girls, you wouldn't Guide leaders' were so im- pressed that a sleep-in seminar lias been arranged on More Parliamentary Procedure. "The girls are goir; to start the evening of the 13th. sleep- ing on the floor at St. An- drew's Presbyterian Church, and go on all day on the 1-1 th. Also on the Mth, leaders wlio have gathered for the annual Chinook area dinner will meet for a workshop on chairing and conducting business meetings. The spacious facilities "can accommodate both groups and keep them absolutely said Mrs. Storfie. The AGP is "terrific training for girls that age, whatever they do in later she said. The T n x i s and Older Boys' Parliament is another group which has helped the girls con siderably, Mrs. Storfie pointed out. "The girls are invited to Tuxis training sessions. Four girls went to the last one at the University of Calgary. "Tuxis boys have done ex- Cheque for Sunrise Ranch interested Cadets, Hangers and older Girl Guides, advising Dave Allan and Mrs. Betty Andersen, fourth and fifth from left, representing the Sunrise Ranch, accepl a cheque for S534 from Jolin proceeds of the Simpsons-Sears toen council fashion show, upcoming i tremely in all walks of Spring of '73, held eorlier this month. Council members, dressed in tors and life, "They've got a great track i: record." she said. "Tliis is what we're hoping to: smart grey and yellow culfits, are left to right: Joyce Harago, Dalyce .'Aarlin, Susan Snell, Judy MacFarlane Dawno Martens Malkin and Karen Goughnour. them on basic parliamentary' better for it." the girls to have them lake their place in society and be HEIP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Nonet Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CAU 32S-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 1st AVE. S. Just arrived PINK AND YELLOW SANDALS Women increasingly involved in. crime Betty Friedan, one of the in he said. "Women arc said one. "A woman's place is foundc'rs ot the movement, I mure likely to commit murder in ths can a Family Living See all the latest styles arriving daily at WORLD OF SHOES 317A SIXTH STREET SOUTH Open Thursday Till 9jOO p.m. By MARSHA DUUOW j NEW YORK (Heuter) With or without the insnira- lion of Women's Liberation, women are becoming increas- in'yly involved in crime. Latest figures of the Fed- j eral Bureau of Investigation j show lhat the number of women arrested for "serious" crimes such as murder and armed robbery increased per cent from 155Q to 1871. The increase for males during that period was per cent, i Equality is still for away. While the number of women arrested for all crime.s in the United States in 1971 in- creased, twice as much as that of men, the FBI shov.- some arrests of fe- males compared with male arrests. lint the women's crime rate is rising and some authorities .see a direct Sink with women's lib. "W omen's liberation has given women freedom and re- lease which has opened a lot of formerly male occupations, including said Supcr- inLEndeul Essie Muiphy of Hik- er's Island women's jail in New York. A spokesman for the Iious- ton police department said women's lib's influence had made things acceptable which I v.ere totally taboo before. Dollar for dollar, CIL wants you to gel the most washable paint money can buy It's simple to change the mood oE your home and keep it fresh looking. With CILTONE Flat Enamel Ihe wash rn' wear paint. It stays like new wash after wash. Try it. thai the increase in fc- male-cc mini lied crime may be a byproduct. "As WOHVJII become more assertive, and it' they are barred economically and in other ways from dignity, and mini mal comfort. they are likely to take agressive and hostile she said. The number of Cemales ar- rested for homicide in 1971 rose per cent from the pre- vious year compared with n decline of one per cent for males. Auto theft arrests of women were up 18 per cent for women, dnv.n six per efint for man. Robbery arrests of both sexes increased but the figure was 19 per cent for women and 11 per cent for men. The i i n erect so in bu rgl ary arrest was three times as high for j v.omen as for men. J. Miller Leavy, head of the trials department of the Los Angeles district attorney's of- fice, said: "There used lo be very strict divisions between female committed crimes such as shop lifting and male- comniUted crimes involving violence. Cut now you have women in homicide about as cold and cruel as you can think." TREND BEGAN EARLIER Percy Foreman, a noted Helton criminal lawyer, said emancipation, abolishing the double has in- vited increased participation of women in crime. But the trend hart begun long before worn ens lib. I don'L find any more women shooting their hus- bands or boy-friends now than than men are. are emotional anil most murders at'i? committed in emotional circumstances." Prisoners interviewed at Rikevs Island disagreed. "A man is move emotional ihan a woman but he will likely put up a shield to hide it." said a 10-year-oUl girl, held on charges of fatally stabbing a woman during an attempted robbery. "It is usually fear that might make a waman panij kill one but with men it is just hatefuiness." "Women can stand rr.or-j than sairl a 20-year-old whose convictions includsd possession of -J4 ounces of sto- len drugs, two revolvers and stolen cheques. more ijiiis than MEN KAN OFF Ssvevnl pr i s on er s com- plained that their male part- ners had run off and left them to take the entire blame. "I've directed lets of dudes (males) in said a tomboyish 17-year-ckl. fold these dudes I was going to rob and they t'idn't even want lo go because they thought I'd things up be- cause I ivas a girl. Well, 1 succeeded better than they ever did." Several of the p r isoners agreed that "ttomen choose more and more to go out on crimes alone or with other women" rather Ihan take servient roles like driving getaway car for a man. However. same group rejected equality for women. 1' Men should a 1 vvays have more authority than woman be a wife and mother and bead of a household and wovk Dr. Pisy 11 is Ch es ler, psy- chologisl and author of a best-selling book, Women and Madness, said most crimes related to racism, pcveiiy ar.d pressures of urban life rather than women's lib, which she described as a "phenomenon of middle class aiul-or educated aml-or white women." The trend is tn o d i f yi n g classical attitudes of chivalry on the part of police and male "I remember a time when needs no dough from gov't. we busied couples and made deals lo_ let the womsn said a iiouslon Police spokes- man. "Thais not so true any move." But Ms. Fricdan contended that the serious' crimes arc not committed by women, "like genocide in decisions for bombing and napalm were not made by women.1 "No women are in the mainstream of the Mafia as far as 1 know and the Mafia is perpetuating narcotics, prosti- tution, gambling and financ- ing other underworld activi- she said. Simple meals i best TORONTO (CP) All the luxuries of the larder at the Wcstbury Hotel are available to him, but when Antoni Roldan, executive chef at the mid! own Toronto hotel, goes home he likes it simple. "You know wives should re- member this about cooking for their he said in an interview. "If they eat lunch out every day, they really enjoy simple things at they don't gel in restaurants like meatballs, meat loaf, lima beans, spinach." To emphasize his love for simplicity, the man who bosses one of the top-notch kitchens in the city gave bis -interviewer his recipe for what he calls the perfect hamburger: A little oatmeal, fresh ground pepper, salt and just a touch of caisup with the meat. The oat- meal makes the patly puff a lit- tle and keeps the juice inside. "You know, the art of good cooking lies in he said. Despite his love for simplic- ity, he is a creative cook. "A nsw name, a rew recfoe, That is my satisfaction tn liie. To make a dish that others have never made." Chef Roldan came to tha Westbury in 1957 as assistant chef. Now he has two other under his command. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes I YWCA activities Many iniere.sting and varied spring programs v.ill be cu'er- i alive movement be divid- ed by the YWCA commencing ect into two age groups. The the week of 20. three- to four-year-olds will Prc-rcgistratioi-s will be meet Wednesdays from 2 to en this week during cilice iiour.s p.m. in Gym 2 cf the civic TORONTO (CP) John Wit-1 ter, 79, who has worked as a baker for the last 50 years keeps gelling tax bills from tbe j revenue department for the old-1 age pension ho has refused lo collect. The department contends that he owes for the last tax year, apparently beeause be didn't list his pension as in- come. But Mr. Witter, who earns I a week at his trade, has never a I claimed the pension and refuses to do so. ''The dough gets harder to knead all the time, but I'm in! good he said, 1 Travel agent Andrew Banik, i who fills out Mr. Witters tax returnst said the government has saved about because of his client's refusal to claim the pension and because he pays unemployment insurance Sessions for the tiny lots ere- Piemiums. "I've been working as a baker for 50 years and I've never "Can I get you someth Comic book ling else Coloring book is Teddy LETHBR1DGE FISH O K] WEDNESDAY SGAMEASSOC. D I AT 8 P.M. IN THE EAGLES HALL 13th SI. N. JACKPOT IN 55 NUMBERS FREE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS (4lh, 8th and IN 7 NUMBERS NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 at the YW, 601 Cth St. S. As some classes have been filla-t to capacity ar.d people have centre; while (he four- to five- year-olds v.ill gather Thursdays from 10 to a.m. at the taken a nickel in unemployment said the baker. "When will I retire? Well, I guess the wife will tell me.' the stages and to dale hns proven to ix.' a great success. Persons interested in lennis i and badminton instruction are been turned away, avoid disap- place. This program is in pointment pre-regisier to fjoure a in dass. Regu- lar will uikc'i one-half-honr before the first class. Xoiih'-idc keep fit enthusiasts j asked lo mske of the fol- arc lo HDle the j lov.'inf! times. Uraith kcfp lit and volleyball I Tennis v.ill Iw held Tuesday ciass lias been moved lo Sen- ator Buchanan School, llth St. and Ave. N. (t is hoped that this will ac- more women who from 9 to 10 Fi.m. at the civic certre. Participants muU pro- vide Uicir own raccjuet.s and balls. Instruction will begin March 27. with a limited regis- PUBLIC BENGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THUR5.-8 p.m. LEGION BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY at 8 p.m. JACKPOT BIACKOUT IN 56 NUMBERS OR VESS (Increasing onv number per week unti) won) I si GAME JACKPOT Sit. GAMS MS lOlh GAME JACKPOT IN SI NUMBERS FREE BUS SERVICl HOME AFTER BINGO MEMORIAL HALL PUBLIC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY LOUNGE Children under 16 not allowed Sponsored by Ladies Auxiliary to Canadian Leeitn might l-.e interested in a night out for fun, fricr.ds and some invigorating exercise and a-j- tivity. The time will he the same as it was at Galbraith, Tuesdays frtm 8 to 10 p.m. A program is offered for pre-schonlers ilio verlL'tmenl in little people from 3 lo 5 years Herald, program (ration. Eadmirilon instruction v.ill. commence March 27 awl is lo be held Tuesdays or Thursdays j from 10 to 11 a.m. in Gym 1' of (tie civic centre. 1 For those who atl- j s SaUirciay i inEormaiio.i' old. may bo ohUincil by plioninij The program incorporates j 327-221N. songs, a dance, ei-cative Remember, this is the v.'tak movemeni lo music, imagina- tion and curiosity, lo prcser.t a Paints Lccreational 45 minutes for tiny i spring in tots i program. lo prc-register for classes. Take a little iimc off to enjoy this MEN'S SHOES Hortt Macfcirlane Pedwin Walla Bees Savage Rand Sisman A to EE widths to size 14. ALL THE LATEST STYLES FOR SPRING 73 YWCA sponsored JOHN FORREST COLOR CENTRE Points and Wa'lpnpsr 3J1 5th SI. S. Ph, 327-2383 BEAVER I "EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR HOME DECORATING" PHONE 328-4461 COALDALE LUMBER PRODUCTS LTD. COAIDAIE PHONE 345-3085 RUMMAGE SALE Thursday Evening, Mar. 22, p.m, and continuing Friday Morning, Mar. 23, a.m.-Noon FIRST UNITED CHURCH 13 STREET NORTH GREEK'S SHOES DOWNTOWN ON SIXTH STREET I iJiink so of these I get at JOE GREEN'S, I want lo make I don't gel ihem Opon Thursday till 9 p.m. ;