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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 34-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wtdnwday, March 20, 1974 Women adapt to jail life ADANA. Turkey (AP) Life behind bars has not become more bearable lor Kathenne Zenz and Joann McDaniel with the passage of time It is still difficult to adjust to prison after Ib months, said Kathenne, 28. a nurse from Lancaster, Wis Miss Zenz and Miss McDaniel 29, a social worker from Salem Ore were moved recently to a large and more modern prison in this southeastern Turkish city of 500 000 Here they will await the result of their appeal against life sentences for drug smuggling They were convicted by a court in Antakya a provincial town 120 miles from here Miss Zenz, Miss McDaniel and Robert Hubbard, 23, of San Diego, Calif were arrested in December, 1972, en route to Turkey from Syria They had travelled from Munich West Germany, to Beirut Lebanon, and were on their way back to Europe, driving three minibuses A court was told" a police search at the border revealed 264 pounds of hashish, hidden as slabs in the ceilings of the vehicles Kathenne, Joann and Hubbard were convicted of conspiring to smuggle drugs, an offence which carries the death penalty under Turkish law For good behavior during the trial the death penalty was commuted to life imprisonment v Girls sentence commuted to life Americans claim they didn't know of hash smuggling An appeals hearing is expected next month. Calendar of local happenings A flea market and rummage sale will be -held in McKillop United Church from 9 a m to 2pm Saturday LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE 1234-3rd Ave. N. Regular Wednesday Night p.m. 25 MONEY CARDS-MANY EXTRAS THIS WEEK JACKPOT IN 58 NUMBERS Enter for the 550 Easter Draw 5 cards Double-Door Prize Wo one under 76 years allowed to play AFTERNOON BINGO MOOSE 3 Ave. North 5 Cards Money DOUBLED Weekly Jackoot Prizes Free Cards Soonsored by THE MOOSE LODGE No Children Under 16 Allowed to Welcome There will be a rummage sale sponsored by the Evening Branch ACW of St Augustine's Church from 7 to 9pm Friday, March 29, and 9 a m to noon Saturday, March 30 in the parish hall The DDJ's Orchestra of Claresholm will be in attendance at the Hi Neighbour Club dance to be held from 8 45 to 10 45 p m Thursday at Westminster School, 5th Avenue and 18th St N Everyone welcome The AARN meeting scheduled for this evening has been cancelled until further notice A rummage sale sponsored by the Tuesday Evening unit, UCW of Southmmster United Church will be held at 9 30 a m Saturday in the church hall The regular meeting of the 60 Plus Club of First United Church will be held at 2 p m Friday in the lower hall All members and interested persons welcome Members of Dominion Rebekah Lodge No 41 will hold a sewing tea at the home of Mrs Stan Pisko, 2116 6th Ave AN. Thursday All Rebekahs and friends welcome Sears It's a wig! But it doesn't fed like a wig! 19" The bob-cut wig. Tough it. Try it on. Run your fingers through it, and fall in love This is the wig you've been waiting for. It's versatile, it's capless. it's m new, frizz-resistant Kane- modacrylic. You can wear it off your face, or with bangs; parted or tousled. Style it with your fingers' In off- black, aubums, browns, blondes, greys and frosteds. Smpsor trt Simpsons-Sews you get the finest guarantee and free dew cry Ope" flady "rom 9 a m 10 5 3D c rt aid fneiy 3D a m 10 9 00 c f oe Ms! or" 328 9231 The UCW of First United Church will sponsor the showing of two cancer society tilms, Decision and To Build a Dream On, at 8 p m Thursday in the lower hall A doctor will be present to discuss the films and answer questions Refreshments will be served Everyone welcome The Lethbndge Lacrosse Association will hold an important general meeting at 7 30 tonight m Room 1 of the civic centre An election of officers will be held and all persons interested in lacrosse are welcome to attend The Ladies Auxiliary to the Original Pensioners and Senior Citizens Organization will meet at 2 p m Friday at the civic centre Following the meeting bingo will be played and lunch served A good attendance is requested The RCMP Scarlet and Gold will hold a combined meeting and farewell social at 8 p m Thursday at the home of Irene Loshny.2618llthAve AN.To be honored are Marie Moar, Gail Madngga and Joanne Singer The ACW of the Church of St Mary the Virgin will hold a flea market from 6 30 to 9 30 p m Friday in the parish hall, 12th St C and 6th Avenue N A variety of items will be available WeeWhimsv V i P Send YCVT s quourton 10 this paper Stereotyping can be broken BURNABY. BC Veteran MP Grace Maclnnis says girls should be taught Srom the time they're old enough to understand that thev don't have to settle for being stewardesses when they, ran be pilots "When I'm asked what my greatest achievement has been in political life, it is this I think I ve been able to bnng understanding of women another inch along." said Mrs Maclnnis. New Democratic Party MP for Vancouver- Kingsway 4 And I think that's really something The stereotyped roles of men and women can be broken down." she said on the weekend in a speech to 400 delegates to a status of women workshop sponsored by the British Columbia Teachers Federation Women invade mines most men don9t mind i By ED TOWNSEND Christian Science Monitor NEW YORK, NY Women have broken through into another once all-male field of employment coal mining In reaching that landmark, they had to overcome superstition along with custom For as long as oldest miners can remember, they've considered it the worst kind of omen for a woman to go down a mine shaft Two are doing it regularly, and most male miners are accepting it Diana Baldwin, a former hospital receptionist, and Anita Cherry, a nurse, gave up their jobs in December to apply for coal-mine jobs in Letcher County, Kentucky They were primarily interested in the money, more than a workday under United Mine Workers contracts, but both also were interested, they said, in "challenging" mine jobs Employed by Beth- mine subsidiary of Bethlehem Steel, the two became the first women to work inside U.S coal mines under UMW contracts Both now have been as tar as one mile underground Before them, two other women Bessie Kelly and Loretta Childers, were employed by Beth-Elkhorn in above-ground jobs at a preparation plant in Jenk- ins Ky The two new barrier breakers say they were terrified' on their first day deep in the mine they were afraid, they admit, of getting lost They now say the fears are gone They have adjusted to underground work and are getting familiar with mines and mining techniques Men in the mine crews are divided in their reaction to having women enter the mines Some of the older miners object to women moving in "It's no job for a one said recently "They ought to stay home That old superstition7 Nobody admits to being worried about it, but there is some apparent uneasiness about tempting fate in one of the most hazardous fields of employment Some of the younger miners have no objections to women joining them in the mines 'It's right one told a reporter And what about his wife's reaction9 "I don t have one, he said When several women showed a passing interest in coal-mining jobs elsewhere in mid-1973, one objection to their employment came from wives Miners often work in pairs in isolated areas Wives object to co-ed shifts Birth rate Golden Mile group will stop receives grant from in 100 years New Horizons UNITED NATIONS (AP) A new United Nations reports says the world's population probably will stop growing in about 100 years and remain steady at around 12 3 billion, something more than three times what it is now The report is the first attempt of United Nations population experts to look so far into the future, and gives a different impression from a pro-birth-control speech that President Robert McNamara of the World Bank made five years ago He said then if population kept growing at the current rate, "a child born today, living on into his 70s, would know a world of 15 billion His grandson would share the planet with 60 billion McNamara added that such projections were, "of course, unreal." because "mass star- vation, political chaos or population planning" would not let them come about. The UN report indicated that nothing so catastrophic is needed to level the population off but that expected trends in birth and death ity" and themselves eventually would do the trick, producing the family planning advocates" long-for "zero population growth It repeated the experts" 1968 projections that world popu- lation would hit over four billion in 1975 and 6 5 billion in the year 2000 and extended those projections into the next century In making the calculations, the report said "it was assumed that mortality would decrease everywhere to reach, sooner or later, an expectation of life at birth of 76 years, and then stabilize "Fertility was assumed to decrease, sooner in some regions and later in others, until a level is reached assuring exact replacement of the population in the long run West winds MOSCOW