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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THF milBRIDGE HFR.Aln Tlmnriny. Mny Women must fight says union leader OTTAWA K'H Dcnise DC. i equipment operator eight lancy bus plans lo help women: years, in Ihe civil service help Iliem- "clancv 6elvcs- lilx'raiionisl. but I'm trying to Mrs Uclaney is the nc'.vlv gcl Cornell more involved." elected president of Slalislicsi---------------------- Canada Local 7IKM, largest lo-1 cal or the HO.ono-mcmlrtr PUD- lie Service Alliance of Canada. Women account for the major- ity ol Ihe local membership of Mrs. Delaney says she (eels that the women must tight lor their riphls instead of merely complaining. "If they won't help themselves, there's no- thing we can do." "The women leave il lo Hie men to represent Idem. Bui' they can't expect Ihe men lo Colden Reflections, a fashion j think of all Ihe problems thai show featuring senior citizens, j women encounter." I and their fashions, will he pre- High on Mrs. Delaney's prior-' senled on Sunday at p.m. ity list is the question of promo- in the Yales Memorial Centre tons, which she says she feels Commentalor for the pro- go more olten lo men lhan gram will be Mrs. Joan Wa- women. She has been an office terfield. Show co-ordinator is j Mrs. Elisha Rasmussen with Just Jude By JUDE TURIC Herald Staff Writer Senior citizens' STRETCH STITCHES SWISS MADE GET THE FACTS 18 ywri rAlliir.attd Smith Slllthti. Now umpOilon are getting gxtltid FALI: g d) SLJPERMATIC eon do men than ear am- pttltori' 1971 modeli. enrr. EINA SUPER- rAU: MATIC It tin 'Ptld'i rnoit nwlng DONT BUY mini YOU TRY Foe Ine demonnrarien centocl SEWING CENTRE 401 5lh Shwt South Phon. 3974177 or 337-1111 Mrs. Rose Benjamin as co-or- j dinator of models. I Styles to be shown include current and yester-year fash- ions. The gowns from Ihe past range in age from 56 lo 150 years old. Mid-show entertainment will be selections by Mr. Lief Erick- son on the viohn. accompanied by his daughter, Mrs. Margaret Young, on piano. Choral selec- lions will be presented by the Golden Mile Centre Choir, un- der Ihe convenorship of Mrs. Doris Blacher. Tickets are available at any of the following outlets: T. Eaton Company, Leister's Mu- sic. Sfubbs Pharmacy. Merle Norman Cosmetic Boutique and Tbirftway Drugs. The program is sponsored by the Southern Region. Canadian Mental Health Association, with the assistance of the Ladies Auxiliary lo St. S eral Hospital. Lai lo Lethhridgc Municipal Hospi- tal and the Gall School of Nurs- ing. AN overactwe imagination lias been my downfall for for many years, and somewhere along the line, I turn up Hie worse for wear. Usually, Uie unhappy incidents occur after I have seen a horror movie, or had a gruesome talk with friends, Ghosts, spirits, cold air in a warm hallway, or dead bodies jumping at you, make up Ihe bulk of the topics discussed, and they slay in my head for weeks afterwards. It's not that T have the luxury of nightmares. My look-over-the-shoulder thoughts happen in daylight. Worse, they happen at work, and bolting out of the coffee room panic-striken can be difficult to ex- plain to the innocent, person you have run over. Tilings aren't as bad as they have been in the It must be the nise of the teletypes, ringing phones, battering typewriters, and general gabbiness of the staff that helps my phobia stay below boiling point I'.ut working in a hilltop hotel as a chambermaid for the summer, with the wind constantly bowling, floors of vacant rooms, and carpeting that soaks up the sound of approaching footsteps can be hard on the heart. The Prince of Wales has never been known to be sound proof, and the fifth floor can tax most any- one's courage. Dark rainy days combined with wind and finding yourself alone'in an isolated room, often brought about a sudden dash for the protection of an open window, or backing into a comer and facing the dcor. What f never quite understood was what good an open window or watching the doorway would do in case of attack by unfriendly psychic visitors. Hospital morgues have also proven not to be a friendly part of my life. Quickened steps are the tell-tale signs that a per- son is nearing the morgue, and several weeks ago, I suffered a cracked knuckle because of my need to walk past the place in St. Mike's The closer the door of the morgue came, the more I thought of it, the faster my footsteps and more ob- vious the beat of my heart. By the time 1 had passed by, and was about to consider myself spared the corpses' attack. 1 had I ACCEPT Prime Minisler Trudeau kneels in a courtly geslure as he accepls a copy of Ihe final report of the tiberal party task force on the status of women from Jan Steele in Ottawa. Looking on are, left to right: I Task force recoininendfilious Esther Greenglass of Ycrk University, Manpower Minister Bryce Mackasey, and Marie Gibeault, president of Ihe Women's tiberal Federation cf Canada. (CP Wirepholo) Housewives need a better break LET STAND To prevent eggs from crack- ing when added to boiling water, let stand in warm water a few minutes while cooking wafer is being brought to a boil. JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday Evening, May 4th Sponsored by Ladies' Aid of St. Peter and St. Paul's Church STARTS P.M. SHARP-PARISH HAU CORNER Ulh STREET B AND 7th AVENUE NORTH Jackpot Starts at and is Won Every Thursday 5lh-7 No. Jackpot Pot o' Gold 540 25C PER CARD OR 5 FOR 51.00 ALSO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZE Persons under 16 years not allowed uxibarv reached the outer door, and was about to take my leave. Unfortunately, a sudden and booming voice echoed throughout the tunnel, shocked my system into frenz- ied panic, and forced my hand to blurt for the door. The door, in turn, out for revenge for all the times 1 had kicked it open, had left its large, round, heavy, and set-close-togcther bandies in just the right spot for me to smack my hand and ram my knuckle hard and painfully into if As usual, 1 scuttled out of Ihe place, hurried to the car. and zoomed away, all the while looking fearfully over mv shoulder for, well, for something that didn't look earthly. Still, for all of my ill-defined and madly persistent horror phobias, I insist on seeing the latest horror productions, and consilently close my eas at the climax. It must be Ihe masochism in me. ST. AUGUSTINE'S "SPRING TEA" PARISH HALL SATURDAY, MAY 6th lo p.m. BAKE TAB1E 5Oc DOOR PRIZE NOVELTY TABLE Weighty cooking ST. AGATHA, Ont. rolls. Mrs. Schumilas serves When Mrs. Wesley Dippel and Mrs, Anthony Schumilas make j cabbage rolls, they make cab- bage rolls, hundreds and hundreds of them. Mrs. Dippel and Mrs. Schu- milas prepared cabbage j rolls for a dinner at a bazaar given to raise money for a home for crippled children. as general convener and kit- chen chairman. Four years ago when the auxiliary made 500 cabbage rolls as a take out lunch item, they were sold out in an Now they offer a lunch of chicken soup, chicken burgers j or cabbage rolls, with relishes, I dessert and coffee. Into the cabbage rolls went! 50 pounds of beef, 20 pountls Mrs- Curlis and Mrs. of pork. 13 pounds of rice and I Elmcr Swarlzentruber made two crates of cabbage. I As well as making cabbage the soup with 50 pounds of chicken and six pounds of egg noodles. The bazaar is a non-denomi- national, community effort, pail of a three year project lo buy body building equip- ment For the children at the home. This is Ihe project's sec- ond year. OTTAWA fCP) A Liberal Parly study group has given Prime Minisler Trudean a se- ries of recommendations which, if implemented, would remove abortion from the Criminal Code and give housewives a bet- ler break on pensions and re- training. The three-member group, ap- pointed lo look inlo the report of the royal commission on Ihe status of women, presented iis recommendations after cross- Canada studies and consulta- tions with Liberals. The group also recommended that: parents and the heads of all families receive a guaranteed annual income. or public funds be used to back candidates in fed- eral elections. Only per cent of candidates in 15 general elec- tions were women, and the main reason was women lacked money lo conduct a campaign. 1 women be appointed I lo the Senate, courts and boards I and commissions. Liberal parly should "lake definite steps to seek out and support competent women candidates." lo prevent dihcrimina- lion against women in job em- ployment should be enforced. The group noted "fairly sizable pay gaps" between male and fe- male employees. federal Human Rights Commission be set up lo enforce anti-discriminatory legislation and the Bill o'f Rights be amended to forbid discrimina- tion on the basis of sex or "marital status." federal governmeni seek agreement wilh Ihe prov- inces for the adoption of a na- tional day-care act, "Mothers of. small children cannot enjoy equal opportunity in the labor force without day-care centres and the same principle applies Lo a widowed father who is lefl with young children.1' The student-loan plan should be broadened to cover part-time i students "in order to enable i more women to pursue their ed- ucation." The report also recommends Ihaf housework be recognized as the equivalent to paid employ- j ment regarding eligibility for federal training allowances. Husbands and wives should be i permit I oil lo file a joint income fax return, and the Canadian Citizenship Act should he j amended lo provide lhat a child i born outside Canada is a natu- ral-born Canadian if either of the parents is a Canadian citi- zen. 1 Another recommendation was that Ihe federal prison for women at Kingston be closed and replaced by "a series of small, Xiite half-way (houses across Canada." At present, many female prisoners were too far from home to be visited by family and friends. The reporl now is in (he hands of Manpower Minisler Bryce Mackasey, who has been given Ihe job of co-ordinating government action on status-of- women reports. COIY'S Ladies' Children's Wear 2 Racks of Women's Teens' Specials PRICE DAMAGr.D KXEE PERTH. Auslralia (Rcu'.cr) j Faith Scudds, 59, who injured i her knee when she slipped on a hair curler in a beauly shop, has been awarded just over damages. BINGO Scandinavian Hal! 729 12tli SI "C" N. 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