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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta I I Women to pioneer radio station May LBTHBBIDOE HERALD-21 TORONTO A group of 18 to with what they consider the subtleties of sexist propaganda on have banded together to start their own station here. They hope to go on the next able to get a li- cence from the Canadian Radio-Television Commission they are learning the technicalities of operating a radio station at a night course at Humber College of Applied Arts and Technology. Most of the women have gone into the radio course without previous training or experience. Flo with Judy thought up the idea for Radio Free said that because so few women are in the broadcasting field Humber's offer to present such a course was a shot in the arm. Free Women will come into the category of a community she said. CRTC has been encour- WeeWhimsv L Trimble will be sent the original art for her quote. Send your child's quotation to this paper. 0 as EFI03 OPTICAL MISCIimON CO aging such stations we found as a community it hasn't been such a great help to us in organization. We've had to find out things for which has been She said the station will run as a collective with women in charge of decision and policy making. Radio Free we want to involve as many people in. the community as possible. We don't want divisions such as found in commercial broadcasting corporations. In this project everyone has an equal say in what we air. Flo Woods said the station will have to raise to buy equipment. are looking for donations from groups and individuals who see and believe in the necessity of a radio station beamed at women listeners. So far we have relied on a Local Initiatives Program grant from the federal government and donations from the United Appeal and a women's The group hopes to operate the station without commercial advertising. we are trying to figure out how to be financially stable without selling said Judy Gerrard. Programming will include Indian women ask for changes Alta. More federal money to finance native-controlled alcohol rehabilitation and treatment centres is sought by the treaty voice of the association representing the province's treaty Indian women. A resolution to this effect was passed at the association's first annual meeting here with about 100 delegates from 30 of the province's 42 reserves attending. The women said there is an alcohol epidemic among natives. Differences between status Indians and non-status Indians and Metis were accentuated in another resolution asking that status children apprehended by social agencies for foster care or adoption not be placed with non-status Metis or non-native homes. A third resolution asked that natives be given some voice in hiring practices of the Indian' affairs department so that anti-native elements in the federal department can be fired. after you see your doctor bring your prescription to 1609 9lh S. music produced and performed by women. are quite a few good women songwriters right here in Toronto who have already expressed an interest in the said Flo Woods. besides offering a service to women we are providing a vehicle for those women in the community who are talented in the audio News broadcasts will concentrate on women's f news. give Toronto women news and views about their own said Judy Gerrard. aren't particularly keen on pushing women's lib at the but naturally for balance there will be programs done on that The station would be on a low-power with three kilowatts and the group hopes to broadcast 12 to 15 hours a day. Ann Landers Dear Ann I am my fiance is 26. We plan to be married in a few months. We get along but something unexpected happened. We had a long talk last week to the I asked him how many girls he had slept with before me. He paused for a while and I almost fell over. He couldn't even remember some of their names and I asked how this was possible. He only saw them I hardly slept that night and I haven't had a good night's sleep since. I spoke with my clergyman and he told me to give the fellow credit for being truthful and forget it. I even discussed it with my doctor. His advice it out of your mind. It's not important I am haunted by those 40 faceless women. When he puts his arms around me I wonder if he's thinking about one of them. Do you believe I ought to marry a man when I have these terrible Disillusioned Dear No. You'd be a miserable wife and he'd get fed up trying to defend himself. You need counselling so you can talk this out of your system. Once you get it through your head that those hit-and-run affairs were adolescent attempts to prove he was a real you'll be able to forget about them and build a life together. Dear Ann I was very upset when I read the letter from the woman who was mad because strangers came near her guard dog and when they tried to pet him he lunged at their throats. She couldn't understand how people could be so That woman doesn't have a guard dog she has a neurotic killer. A properly trained guard dog attacks only on command. My advice to tnat addle-brained woman is to get rid of the vicious beast before he kills somebody and she finds herself with a great big lawsuit on her hands. If she wants a guard dog she should get one that is properly trained. Also Appalled Dear I received hundreds of letters from readers who expressed the same view. My thanks to all who backed me up when I that dog off the lady. He's Don't Hunk your chemistry test. Love is more than one set of glands calling to another. If you have trouble making a distinction you need Ann's or Sex and Hot To Tell the Send a self stamped with your request and in coin to Ann P.O.. Box Illinois 60654. Copyright 1974 Field Inc. 320A 6th St. S. STERLING SHOES Mull Orders Accepted 327-3344 Trudeau Beulah wife of Conservative House Leader Gerald poses with what is per- haps her vision of the prime minister. It is en- titled and is one of the wall hangings on display at the Confeder- ation building in Ottawa. WOMEN TAKE KARATE QUEBEC Josette Normandeau is out to prove that sexes are in karate. She said she was the only woman three years ago taking a karate course in Que- bec. Now there are 15. can easily apply to she said. me it's relaxing. More and more women are being attracted to the Bluenose in Baltimore The Nova Scotia schooner Bluenose enters the Baltimore inner harbor for her first visit here. The famed sailing schooner was heralded in by a pier fire and left alone after the fire ship escorting her went to aid the harbor fire ships. Club corner notes The next meeting of Disabled on the Move will be held Tuesday at p.m. at the home of Frank 2711 21st Ave. S. Topics will include a report on activities of the Alberta Committee of Action Groups for the and the Joint Committee. For further information contact 328-4029 or Gerald Trechka at 329-0911. All interested persons welcome. Bethel of the International Order of Job's Daughters will hold a strawberry tea Saturday from 2 to p.m. in the Masonic 317 10th St. S. The annual 14th Lethbridge Cub and Scout and Venturer tea and bake sale will be held at McKillop United Church hall Saturday from 2 to 5 p.m. Advance tickets available from any Lethbridge members. Children under five years of age admitted free of charge. Tickets will be available at the door. Everyone welcome. PILL FREED WOMEN LONDON The pill liberated and may have assured that there would be more women to use it. Doctors in the World Heath Organization who studied Hungarian women found that the frequency of daughters soared among women who had been on the pill. Make Your Hair Appointments Now for the R.C.M.P. Ball AND Mother's Day Freda Walton of Classic Coiffures would like to announce that as of April Linda Ponech will be joining her staff. Linda has had a wealth of hair- dressing experience and special- izes in long hair. Linda invites all of her friends and customers to see her for all their hairstyling needs. Linda Ponech CLASSIC COIFFURES 323 6th Si. S. Phone 328-3066 1 NORTH LETHBRIDGE YOUR PRO HOME PHONE 328-4441 WESTMINSTER SHOPPING PLAZA Our Spring Summer Sal Is In Full DISSTON CORDLESS ELECTRIC UPRIGHT GRASS SHEAR No kneeling or stooping. 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