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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta J2 LETHBRIDOE MRA1D Monday, Maitk 33, Own Insurance For Married Women WINNIPEG (CP) Married women should be allowed to ob- tain their own registration num- bers for medical and hospital insurance, the Manitoba Pro- uncial Council of Women rec- ommends. The council made the propo- sal lo the Maniloba government saying it is concerned with "the dignity of women and the as- surance that funds received from medicare are reaching the right destination." June Menzies, an economist and chairman of the council, said there has been ot least one case where the husband has cashed his wife's medical care cheque, leaving her to pay the doctor's bill. She said this could happen in cases where the husband and wife are separated and it could result in undue hardship for the wife. Mrs. Menzies said Ihe coun- cil agreed lhal women should pay Ihe premium if they wanl own regislratioa number government must keep in mind that women should have equal rights." The council has asked the government lo enforce ex isting legislation concern in; pollution, lo conduct researci on the effect the health of and to provide controls to shape present and future pollution pol of pollution on the communil> cJLocai iitrf'-V-. CLOSE CALL YMCA Flyers Girl's team bar iy misses a goal in the net of the Clipper Queens, LCI team. Final score was 3-0 for the Flyers. The Flyeis have a game plan- ned with Ihe Circle Hills girls' team in the near future. March general meeting of the Original Pensioners arid Sen- ior Citizens Organization Incor- porated will be held at p.m. in gymn 2 of the Civic Sports Centre. Tickets for the banquet on April 22 and memberships will be on sale. There will also be a bingo and lunch. Everyone is wel- come to altend. '48 Unit of Spulhminster Uni- ted Church will holt- a work meeting Tuesday evening in preparation for 'Spring Thing' i heir annual coffee parly aiid bake sale to be held Wednes- day morning. Canadian Cancer Society will hold residential orientation ses- sions in the Gas Company au- ditorium al 10 a.m., 2 p.m. ar.c p.m. Tliis is for all su- pervisors, team captains and canvassers. AH canvassers are requested to attend with team captains or supervisors in A new Flower' about Dr. and the periwinkle flow- order to gei receipt book. I.A. TO F.O.E. BINGO Monday, Mar. 23rd JACKPOT 55 NOS. "20 ALARM BINGO" Gofd Card Pays Doublft Door Cards (Many other enlras) Regular Cards 25c gr 5 for 13th 51 ond Ave. 'A' N. No children under 16 allowed Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will hoM its next meeting at the home of Mrs. Nifa Hub- bard, 1933 21 Ave. S. Co-hos- :ess will be Mrs. Verna Blair. Members are reminded of the general election of officers to be held at this time. The model meeting of Kappa Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, will be held on Tuesday, at p.m. in the home of Mrs. Phyllis Hall, 326 27 St. S. Pro- gram will be given 'by Cathy Johnson and Faye Slead, on architecture. Xi Nu Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi will meet Tuesday at p.m. in the home of Mrs. B Logan, 906 10 Ave. S. The pro eram on The Various Man wil be presenled by Miss Bealrici Paterson. IODE Officer Dies TORONTO (CP) Kathleen I. Dropc, 69, a past president o Ihe Independent Order Daugh ters o! the Empire, diec Wednesday night. She receiver, the Order'of Merit from Polar) for Polish relief work and a order of merit from UK Britis Save the Children Fund. arty's Education Critic First Woman Deputy Leader For NDP SECOND TO SALT Second only lo salt as a popu- lar seasoning, onions are ujed in practically every country of the world. Ily I.OX WOOD VICTORIA (CP) The Bii- tish Columbia New Demo- cratic Parly has selected as the province's first woman dcpuly party leader an even- tempered redhead who be- lieves that questions arc a big part of the answer. The new deputy NDP leader is Eileen Dailly, 44, a gentle woman from the Burnaby North riding delights Ihe Opposition benches by touch- ing off fiscal firecrackers in the Social Credit govern- ment's education policies. Mrs. Dailly spent 12 years teaching in the Greater Van- couver area and 10 years as a school trustee in Burnaby in- cluding three as school board chairman. She has a 12-year- old son in school, a brother1 who is a school principal, and her husband Jim Is a Burnaby alderman. When Mrs. Dailfy was first elected to the B.C.' legislature in 1966, she was immediately tabbed as the party's educa- tion critic, a major role in the Opposilion benclres. Her elevation to deputy leader poses no special prob- lems as far as NDP House leader David Bairelt is con- cerned-he says Ihe fact that she is a woman is "inciden- tal" to her as one of be party's front-line troops. MAKES THEM Dlfi Mrs. Dailly dees her home- work. Her carefully con- slrucled questions often send civil service mandarins scurrying back lo (heir offices for files, cabinet ministers fumbling in their briefcases for data. And Education M i n i s I e r Donald Brothers looks for- When you need money for any reason within reason, see HFC Don't misunderstand. We still urge you to "Never borrow money needlessly." But after 92 years know that people have very good and real reasons for needing to borrow. And help when it's a matter of paying bills, buying a better car, replac- ing appliances or for any reason reason you may have. Apply for your loan by phone, supply your loan by mail. IVjjhl Cl PLANS 11 1! 31 Jt 11 1 10) SLD isc; S..... 'JVJF, 0! [I ..11 ..hi sj.w .i', 51J1 .IIISI.B i HOUSEHOLD HNANC LETHBRIDGE 506-4IH Avenue Soulh-Teleplione 327-1511 (two doon weil ol Kretgii) ;varu to debate on his depart- mental estimates every ses- sion with something less than glee when Mrs. Dailly is in lighting trim. "To me, the asMng of ques- tions is the essential firsl step a peison must make to relate lo any problem or she said in an interview. "Why don't people relate their problems to government? Be- cause they don't ask ques- tions." Nobody asked, bul Mrs. Dailly volunteered that she was "lired of being asked whal it's like being a woman MLA." 'H's exactly Ihe same as EILEEN' DAILLKY being a male it's much nicer being Irealed as a person in my position than ir- relevantly as a female." Mrs. Dailly, a signatory of Prof. Melville Wai kins' eco- nomic Ihe new ba- rometer of left-wing Canadian THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes placed by parly of- ficials as slightly lo the left of Ihe centre. TALENTS WASTED Her first leanings toward socialism occurred during her early teens, when her father, an experienced sea captain, haunted the Vancouver waler- dont searching unsuccessfully for work. "I was about 12 or 13 years said Mrs. Dailly. "1 knew Dad was experienced, vith'ability through years as a master ol ships. "I Itegan to question a sys- em that can't use the talents if an individual to fill the needs of society." She joined Ihe youth group if the Co-Operative Common- vcallh ner cf the it ras the only party that ques- :ioned the system." Mrs. Dailly remained aclive n the CCF during her years of teaching and as a member of the Burnaby school board. tVhcn Ihe chance came for a crack at the legislature, she took it. The former teacher won the Burnaby North riding by a comfortable margin of voles in Ihe 19C6 provincial election. She retained it easily in the 1969 election despite a Social Credit landslide thai saw Premier W. A. C. nell's government knock off several prominent New Demo- c r a t s, including provincial leader Tom Bergcr. Tl'llSED OUT UNFIT In addition to persistent at- tacks on Ihe fiscal aspects of the provincial government's complicated education financ- ing formulas, Mrs. Dailly is also a harsh crilic of the gen- eral trends Ihe government has initialed in public educa- tion. "Unless Ihe government changes these policies we're going lo lose a lot of people- specifically, public school, university personnel and in YWCA A new series of keep til and rim classes will begin eek of March it, n'.iss eek of March 30 on account 1 the facilities being used for hildrcn's programs during I lie aster holidays, lien resume ie week of April G and con- nue through until tte week ot une 1, inclusive. Class limes are as follows: londay Keep Fit: 7 lo 8 p.m., to 9 p.m. Swim: 8 to 9 p.m., to 10 p.m. Tuesday and Thurs- ay morning Keep'Fit: to a.m. Swim: to .m. These classes are held at Te Civic Centre and are pro- idcd in co-operation with UK City Parks ar.d Recreation De- artment. Babysitting provided or all morning classes. Girls Gymnastics (S lo 15 Monday 7 to 8 p.m. at veslminster School, Thursday: to 8 p.m. at Allan YY a t son School. No classes M o n d a y, March 30, or Thursday, April 2, on account of the Easier holi- day. Blue Triangles (8 to 12 years) sill be held at the following schools: Tuesday: Agnes Da- vidson Westminster, Thurs- day: Lakeview, Galliraith and Senator Buchanan. Susie Baw- den cancelled for Wednesday. Deb Teens: Tuesday at Wil- son Junior High. David- son cancelled for Monday. There mil be no Blue Triangles or Deb Teens the week of .March 30 on account of flic Easter school holiday. Housewives Holiday: Classes in bridge and crafts will be held at the residence on Wednesday 'rom 2 to 4 p.m. Mr. Koenig of ,he Tandy Shop will do a dem- onstration on leather work, fabysilliug provided. English classes al tte north side library, Wednesday, 2 to 3'M p.m. A World Sen-ice Tea with an lr.tvrnalio.-ial flavor will be held at the Vtt'CA on Thursday, April 30, both afternoon and evening. Jn own Mrs. K. L. Lowings, Mrs. Dean Holroyd arxl .Mrs. C. Ros- aine will convene the bridge and whisl party of the Ladies Auxiliary lo the Lcthbridge Mu- nicipal Hospital to be held Mon- day in the nurses lounge. Economists To Meet The Alberta Home Economics Association will bold its airaual convention, April 3 and 4 in the University of Calgary. Mrs. A. J. Zorn, president of the association has been assist- ed by Mrs. T. R. Eggertson in planning the convention, The Challenge of Change. those whcm we him oul into the world socially ar.( vocationally unfit." Reminiscing, she said there is one twist of fate that has al ways left her with a question in mind. Mrs. Dailly kept crossing pains with Kay Pcr- I'ault, former B.C. Liberal leader and now MP for Bur- naby-Seyinour. "I grew up with Ray Per- she recalled. "We went to Uie same school and took many of the same classes. "Today, we both agree that one of us went wrong some- where." Males Needed MONTREAL (CP) Ncssa Leckie, director of musing and nursing education al Douglas Hospital, says there is a con- slant need for more male psy- ch i a t r i c nursing assistants. Most of the persons who lake the 55-week course use their raining only as a stepping stone to llier positions such as dmiriislration or recreational lierapy, she said. "How could breakfast be ready when I don't smell anything FINAL DAYS OF BASTEDO'S BIG VALUE SALE! OUTSTANDING SAVINGS ASTEDO B FURNITURE t UPHOISTERY 522 5lh Slrect S. Phone 377-7711 MOFFAT brings you The Counter That Cooks by CORNING You've got lo see this new ccn- c'tc! of cooking. A completely ne.v idea in cooklcps. A smaoih, whila easy lo clean s-jrface. Turned it's usable co'-nterspace. Turned on, it's a superb vray to ccolc. Corrprole a tel of Cook- males thai will bring out the best in ycur cccking. The Counter Thai Coa'ss1'1 electric cccklop and Cookmates7-'1 COD'K- ir.g vessels are sold SEE IT ON DISPLAY HERE 319 7th St. S. Phone 328-1673 1038 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-1332 We Take Grain In Trade! 1.0VE THOSE Vs MKR1DAN, Idaho (AP) verycne in the family of Ver- Law, former Pittsburgh! Pirate baseball pitcher and coach, has Ihe same initials, and his wife. Vanila, lave six children Vr-ldon, 17; i'eryl, Vance, 12; 10; Varlin, 7, and VaLynda 14 j months. Refrigerators 3 tablespoons of Cow Brand pei quart of water will clean refrigerates remove film and stains, absorb unpleasant odors. Recommended by trie leading refrigerator manufacturers. cow BRAND BAKING sooA 3 DAYS LEFT Come in and save selection is still very good. We are moving and don'i want to move all our EXTRA SPECIALS WHILE THEY LAST 36" DRIP DRY Mode Italy Key. 2.85 yd. PINWHEEL CORDUROY 36" wide-Orange, Hot PinV and Red. Lilac, Now Yd. RAYON BROCADES Red, Gold, Orange Green, Reg. 3.50 yd, v1.95 and NOW! YD. more unadverthecf ipecloTi Linirtgi and Notions Nol Included, Ann's Fabrics Shoppers' World Phone 328-2888 TEENS' AND LADIES' DRESSES In o Hoil of Slylei and Glowing New Colon. ..20% OFF CLEARING AT SPECIAL RACK OF DRESSES Af Tremendous Savings. NOW GOING AT ONE PRICE CLEARING AT TEENS' AND LADIES' BLOUSES lyTei. ilon. 20% OFF Frilfy and Tailored SlyTel, White and Pastel Cole 15% OFF BLOUSES SHELLS SWEATERS LAOIfS' CHILDREN'S SLACK SUITS and DRESSES In a Nice Selection of Styles and Colon. EASTER SPECIAL 10% OFF SLACK SUITS Ntvml Slylti and Fabricl. CLEARING AT 15% COSTS FASHIONS 'OOFP 322 13 STREET N. PHONE ;